17 Burst results for "Penelope Cruz"
"penelope cruz" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"It was like oh wow spice girl a little starstruck in the club. I remember really good question for tj. Because i know you're early days here in los angeles. You spent a lot of time at the club. What is the most starstruck you ever got out the most starstruck at club. Well i used to go to. This club called las palmas in hollywood back in the day. And if you ever looked at the playboy and like the second third page of playboy they'd always have like a sex who is out out out and about you always see half table with like twelve girlfriends. And i remember like going to las palmas to watch my boy. Dj am just tear it up rest in peace. And you'd walk in there and you'd see you know half with with with his crew and you just kinda stood there like. Wow this is real. This is real. This happened in two thousand. Four this jerusalem blasting the taste so loud for and. I'm sure i'm sure there had been other other times. I was more starstruck. But that's just the first thing that popped into my story. When i was starting to club already told on the show wearing a sweater. It was granny weekend. I saw not only. Did i see jose canseco in the nightclub. That's not really got me super excited. I saw ozzie canseco tonight. Oh my gosh. They hold with britain for most home runs brothers in major league baseball. I think it's jose with four hundred and eighty and ozzy was zero. The record for most home runs with brothers. Baseball has actually played meaningful games. So much can saco talk on the show this week. We gotta get him on next week. We gotta get some fanny packs of masks one. Send a swag. Do you think that's possible. There's only one hundred left so we don't want him to give out his supply of zero career. Home runs hero. Yeah better better. Career ozzy can saco chris smith. Jr smith brother got two million dollars now to play for the knicks. This up i would say. Christmas prego paid more. You ever ozzy played in games. I mean only seventy four hundred either another member of my all starstruck in the nightclub team. Chris smith saw that guy out about on crutches in a nightclub anytime you're to cast in a nightclub time to go home. You know guys. I just realized something. I remember the time i may have been most starstruck class time. I think it was like two thousand nine. I was in a club. And i happen to walk in. This is so weird. I happen to escort club because it was time to go on one hand pulling me was penelope cruz. The other hand was shakira. And i'm kind of walking them through butter in new york and like everybody turn. Have you ever been show. You've been the butter it's in the basement. It's really packed. And i'm trying to hope these to kind of get through the crowd and everyone just turned around and staring at me with penelope cruz and should carry now like this is really really weird so many questions about this angry that we don't have another segment coming up to know so much about this one. How why would you assume that i'd been to butter. Your man about town your new york royalty. And then get in. That situation where you've got shakira and penelope cruz. And now you're in a situation where you have brockman and to.
"penelope cruz" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Uh now I know we also have some pictures of your actual first weekend that you kind of heard the accent there. So, so embarrassing. It is. I have such secondhand embarrassment. Oh, do you think she's trying to be Penelope Cruz? Like trying to be cute. See its feels like that. Yeah. Yeah. If you watch the interview the way she's smiling and her facial expression, she's got that exact. That's exactly great way to describe it. It It looks like it's Kid play Kind of like she's kid talk. I guess I don't know. Maybe talk, baby talk. Yeah. Zach, complicated. The baby under Saxon. Yes, with the Spanish accent. Gosh, Alec. Wow. And you know, you just look. SNL is on break right now. But this feels like a skit, doesn't it? Do you think they'll go there? Because the show? I don't think that they will. I wish they would, But they should please. I mean, they they will be enemies with him forever. He'll never If they do touch this topic, he'll never work with them again. Because he's so, um Oh, boy. Well, this is his wife. I mean, you can see him, you know, really coming down on on that. But to not see the humor in this is well. Well. Oh, uh, There's just so many things like, even if like, if English is your first language, which it is for her. Even if you go to Spain and live there for four years or whatever you speak Spanish. You're still going to be able to speak without an accent, because when you were born and growing up You did not have that influence to make you have the accent like you know the different sound of it like inherently because you were born in Boston or wherever Yep, it's she's definitely putting it on. I mean, it. She is putting it on and for attention and for instagram followers, and so let's not pretend here. Okay, you know, embarrassing all around that she led people to believe I thought Did you find it out? I found another clip. That's even better. She even pretends not to know how to say an English word. Watch this. This is hilarious, Okay? It's just the cucumber one. Yeah. Participating cucumbers, cucumbers. We have red pepper potatoes way have participated to cumbre cucumbers. Oh, in English..
"penelope cruz" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"No They're acting. They're doing a role. They're doing a roll. Those photos mean absolutely nothing. So what I think it's so interesting about this, though, is it's almost like It is, uh, What's the word like this is like the clean up on aisle four. Like, you know, leveraging the story about Tom Cruise being Belligerent tyrant on the set to also throw out news about you, and he's leaving early on his private jet to go spend his Christmas with his son. Oh, of course, well, and of course, they're putting in that little nugget that he's going back to spend the holidays with a family member. You know, it's like it's just like when somebody resigns from certain positions, and they say they're just stepping back to spend more time with their families, right? No, it's not that this was like a full on PR disaster. Don't Worry about it. Don't worry about it. And then step two of the PR. The cleanup on aisle four. Clean up on aisle, belligerent tyrant. All of them. Let's be honest, right is oh, and by the way, he has a new romantic interest. He is inseparable. Now. What will be interesting is because this is not the first time that Tom Cruise has been romantically linked to a co star. You remember his relationship with Penelope Cruz? Right? Yes, Penelope Cruz. And they did that Vanilla sky movie together, which was by the way. Terrible like he did that dumb movie, but they but they kind of they had some dalliance is Yeah, and well, let's not forget The cool kid Madonna Days of thunder, Right? So this is like a move of hiss. Yeah, is toe like, pick out a co star and then have that person turn into his romantic interest. But who knows? I mean, we'll see if this actually stands the test of time. All right, Or if this is just a rumor that they're floating out there because they need some good PR for this damn movie. Well, exactly because Mission Impossible. Seven. Has gone through lots of starts and stops over 2020 and regards to its filming schedule. Like everything. Yeah, but mission Impossible. Seven did get flak for filming in Rome in a hospital where there were covert 19 patients, So I find it very interesting that Tom Cruise is taking a stance. On covert 19 protocols when it seems like, well, honey a couple months ago, didn't really seem that you cared friends. The bottom line is this Nothing is real and everyone smokes. Thank you, Hollywood so stick with us. And we will teach you how to read between the lines of what Hollywood is trying to tell you. When we come back on the culling and Bradley show we're going to get all the dirt straight from Hollywood with the dirt alert from Holly..
"penelope cruz" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"It's easy on Twitter, a low radio if you want to see pictures of the pen stirs We have so many nicknames for her pencil, Pennsylvania. Let's see. I've called her. Penelope. That's not her name, but I've called her that I'm called her. Penelope Cruz. Don't ask me why I call her Bubba. I call her B. I call her peppers. I call her goofball. Sometimes I tell her she's a doofus. Oh, my gosh! This dog has never met a leaf pile and by pile, I mean, two or three leaves. That's enough of a pile for penny. She's never met a leave pile that she could walk by and not sniff. So this is her favorite time of the year. It's my least favorite time of the year to walk this job because it takes us words anyway. So Penny's birthday was a great success. We survived. I am Praying that the dog will will last with me until 15. She probably barely be moving by then I'll have to pick her up to take her outside, but she makes me happy. And I hope that I've given her a good life in in my house, and so I was looking back through some of my pictures. To share those that I put on social media and what I found were pictures of her and my cat that I lost in May. Oh, you guys, I got all teary eyed Penny and Ellie, my 18 year old cat that I had to say goodbye to and may they were BFF's. They slept within 2 ft of each other. They were just They were really sweet together and I desperately miss Ellie as well. So I am just I'm assuming Penny's gonna be with me from now until the end of time. That's just how it Don't be so on Twitter, a low radio or Facebook, said your questions for Ask Amy and then our phone number 855 to 1 to 4 to 27. We are going to do with extensive QB news tonight because there's a lot taking place in this kind of lull between week 10 and week 11 0. How much producer David I love Mike Tomlin press conferences. Doesn't matter if he's talking about anything. We just like to hear Mike Tomlin speak on guy. Also a bit of a surprise change with the Chicago Cubs that we'll talk about. Oh and Jamal Adams. Don't think I could even get through 10 seconds of Jamal Adam's talking without rolling my eyes. I tried. I really do try to take him seriously, but not not as much plus the NBA draft, so we've got a lot going on. It's Ah, It's one of those shows where anything goes. And here's my Thanksgiving question for you. Some of you are constantly on my butt to rank things. Ranked teams ranked quarterbacks ranked the best ever rank the goats rank this right that. Don't let a little of that. Well, how about we rank from Thanksgiving food? Oh, I know. Producer Dave's eyes just lit up like a Christmas tree. Wrong holiday but still appropriate. Your top, Dave. I'll let you pick three or four Must has for Thanksgiving. You know how much we love Final fours around here, but I'll let you pick. What do you think? Three top three or four? Must have. Thanksgiving is 14 still a bill? No, no. Who's gonna be sorting through the tweets? Not you. So no, not fortune. Let's go with three. Sounds good. Your top three must have on the Thanksgiving table. And And so this is really funny. I told my mom that I was planning on doing this because she shed I love of course, Thanksgiving food, and we were talking about our menus. She's gonna be in Texas and I'm not s O all, mister, but we talked about the food and she said, I think you should ask people how many Family members or friends. They'll have it their Thanksgiving and I said, Mom, we cannot ask that question. Right now. First of all, people are supposed to be Limiting the number of guests. They haven't Thanksgiving. Second of all, we don't want to get people in trouble. We don't want cops knocking on anyone's door, so no, we're not What we can't do that this year s o. She also said your favorite pies, which maybe we'll do later in the week. We do love pie in my family. So anyway, For now, our home show question and producer Day's gonna put it up on social media. Your top three rank them rank has to be in the post rank your top three. Thanksgiving must haves O M g. This is gonna make me hungry. Let's welcome in Bob Buesseler because I would expect that that Bob would already be thinking about his Thanksgiving must have. What about you, Bob? I won't ask you how many people you're going to be celebrating Thanksgiving with But But what do your your three must have? Well, other than the turkey is, this is pretty easy. I you have to have stuffing. I mean, does that count as one of the things on this in the bird or not in the bird in the bird in the bird, then comes out of the bird with a lot of fattening gravy that Z. No, not gluten free glee. Grady is what you're saying. We won't mean gravy. We want that stuff that sits right in the pit of your stomach. E new. You're my favorite for a reason. Okay, so stuffing and gravy we'll take that is one. Yeah. Look, I love mashed potatoes and Maura that gravy on Wait. Say it again. Mashed potatoes, potatoes. I like how you say it not potatoes, but potatoes. Yeah, I don't know. It's funny. As you asked me to repeat, it just occurred to me. Wait a minute. I am saying that little on you. No, no, I like it. I'll never forget that Bob user likes potatoes. Uh, e. Don't know what I'm a Connecticut person. I'm not certain where that came from, but that will stick with it. Okay? And, uh, look, I'm boring you with my third selection, but pumpkin pie. I have it in. Well, that's my pie choice but cramp Kremer's cause. I never have cranberry sauce except On Thanksgiving, Right? Right. I won't tell you about my thing. My Thanksgiving cranberry horror story because it'll ruin everything for you. People always want me to tell the story. But for your sake, since you love your cranberry sauce, I will not. But I'm not a big fan of it. But I want you to eat some extra cranberry sauce for me. You got that will not be a problem or challenge for me. Well, that was fun. Thank you for playing and I know we're running late, but it's always good to talk to you. So now I'm hungry, of course. Speaking, We are talking about it with Bob. Yes, Exactly. All right, coming up. We're gonna take your calls. Lots of you. Oh, my. What just happened you our phone lines. I knew it. I knew people want to talk about Thanksgiving. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence. Here's our latest sports update. And here's Bob. Coming. See me? Yes. Sports flag. All right, Amy, this report brought to you by Geico. Whether you read your own.
"penelope cruz" Discussed on KCRW
"Costa voted Belgrade the cargoes truck is unknown and he doesn't ask and when he stopped to check points he has information that the public has a police images waving through so there's something going on we know what the cargo we will ever find out okay well this is a death defying trip this isn't the kind of film that you're thinking of when you're thinking of thriller it is cold and bleak and austere and it is more about the consequences of participating in a situation where there is no good chores and that's you know it's war saloons understatement subjects truly it's about the atrocities in the genocide that we know from wars like this but it's not sure we on any level it is the sort of gray austere colder really selling ambassador slap bass is lowest of burn and ultimately it is about who is evil mmhm and is it you that sounds fascinating it's one of the best films but also on my list it doesn't feel like it like a warm and fuzzy date movie nope that do you yeah nope so alright speaking of not necessarily warm and fuzzy but pager motive are you didn't normally associate him with at least wacky and you know this is the guy who made the skin I live in so you don't know so you know what you're gonna get when when he comes Lori very autobiographical film into you been there is giving perhaps the performance of his career plays an aging filmmaker he has various physical ailments he is dealing with anxiety and depression and hasn't worked for years one of his older films has just been restored and is about to screen which prompts him to reunite with the actor who is the lead in that film they haven't spoken since the premiere they had a falling out and over the course of reconnecting with the actor and then through that reconnecting with what we might consider the great love of his life you see this film maker coming to a reckoning with his past that includes his childhood his mother's played by Penelope Cruz in the flashback scenes and sort of figures out you know how to move forward from from where he is it is a haunting film it's beautiful and it's melancholy but it is you know so full of life in the way that I'm gonna words work is it has those visual flourishes and it has that empathy and an occasional moments of absurdity and it's just it's stunning okay that's panning glory by Pedro Almodovar Dave each of the documentary called black mother here just a little yeah Hey it's in the name of I think.
"penelope cruz" Discussed on KQED Radio
"His past life in his passions also starring Penelope Cruz now playing and the listeners of KQED today is a winter spare the air day six and a half minutes past eight o'clock good morning this is weekend edition from NPR news I'm Lucasian of our good morning Dhaka goes to the Supreme Court this week in the balance the legal status of seven hundred thousand people who grew up in America often called the dreamers they were brought to the U. S. illegally as children they signed up for the deferred action for childhood arrivals program after president Obama put in place seven years ago docker deferred their deportation and allow them to get social security card so they could work president trump tried to shut the program down after he took office but he was blocked by the lower courts NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg has the story of one of those doctor recipients Mitchell Santos came to the US from Mexico when he was to his father and mother came with temporary visas and brought Mitch and his older sister they never left soon Mitch had two more siblings born in the U. S. who were American citizens matches father managed to support the family doing manual labor under the table he would tell us time and time again your priority here is to study your priorities to do the best you can academically Mitch doesn't remember an aha moment the realization that he and his family were undocumented you start going through these milestones of adolescence like applying for a driver's license and then I realized await I can't do that he couldn't even accept a scholarship from a private school he watched his older sister and academic star unable to go to college but even that didn't stop his ambition I grew up like any other American kid right you you get these images of these colleges thrown at you I was exposed to it images of you super clean number one you know state school in California and even though after my parents let me know this is going to be really tough for you I still want to try and he got into a UC Berkeley but like his sister he couldn't figure out a way to pay the full freight and in those days undocumented students did not qualify for scholarships or loans eventually his mother suggested an alternative why not take courses at the local community college where tuition was more affordable and he could go part time my schedule almost on a daily basis was wake up take a morning class before work go to work and then drive back to school and then take a night class much of this would not have been possible without Dhaka Mitch concedes he was scared when he applied because it meant telling the US government everything about himself and his family but after not jumping at other opportunities out of fear that he would put his family in jeopardy I said you know what I I got to do this not only for myself but realistically I got help support my family as soon as he got his doctor status he applied for a driver's license and for a social security number so he could work legally I remember getting my social security card in the mail and I cried I really cried the doors of opportunity that that little piece of paper allows its life changing after four years part time in community college he transferred to Berkeley in twenty sixteen he graduated with highest honors and he was selected as the class speaker in the legal studies department until then his parents had never visited him on campus they couldn't fly or drive because they're undocumented so Mitch and his sister arranged to have them driven from LA to Berkeley in northern California they actually didn't know that I was going to deliver that speech and remember them walking into the auditorium where their graduation was held in being ushered into the front row and they assume they were in trouble and then they saw me on stage it is an honor speaking from all this morning but even in this final on to be addressing to particular people from the stage my mother in law and if I know my life.
"penelope cruz" Discussed on The Film Vault
"She's like I wasn't even enjoying that. This is a streaming on cinemax was good news of your cinemax subscriber. Grabber is also streaming on HOOPLA. Love me some flirting with disaster. Law is a good movie is it a bad movie is somewhere in between we'll never know very disappointing the counselor twenty thirteen. It's a terrible movie breath. It's there's some good parts to it. This is the only one of mine probably only one either are less worthy. Sexual deviance occurs offscreen in the counselor 2013 wrecked by Ridley Scott starring Michael Fast Bender the sexual deviance occurs offscreen but there is no less unsettling so brad pitt's character right. He's explaining the penalty for crossing the drug cartel Tomago Bass boundaries like well you you've crossed them so here's something that could happen. They'd like to make a video of of the after they've kidnapped something from that movie. The the catfish was the cafe. It's on the on the windshield of a car from the counselor yeah November cash. How do you remember the catfish Guy Fish? It was somebody Hammering D._a.'s and she was doing that move and then she spread suction cups herself yeah actual. That's a bit of a deviant sexual dentures. There's a lot of weird on their ladies on my list and I felt bad about it. Go opportunist okay well. Here's interesting well. Here's something that happens. That's upsetting. He explains Brad picks. Fast boundaries like well. You've crossed the drug cartel hotel so here's something that could happen. They like to kidnap someone who's close to you and make a home video where they behead that person and then after the person's head has been removed from their body and asked man comes into the room still on camera and makes love to the <hes> now headless corpse and they'll they'll send you that video so enjoy if that does happen to you smash cuts later in the movie when Michael Bender has crossed the drug cartel and is poor fiance played by Penelope Cruz <hes> does get kidnapped by the cartel and fast bender is he's really sweating right. He's really upset like even you say acting his ass off of this movie he's in.
"penelope cruz" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Sorry, I remember at the time. I was reading a lot of cool news website, still around. It's a movie, pop culture website, and they were going nuts movies, like it's beautiful. It's an Oscar contender it. And I thought and I was like it is not that at all. Oh, you have a rampage with the tents, it's going to anger. Call in the ward hawks. Okay. Bouncer. Yes, you're right. Ten. Trying to shoot a donkey giant donkey and it's like Nope back now. Yeah, I can't hurt him. No, I am. Yeah. Everyone of these movies is sort of an attack on this country's military really? They never work. I was just watching the last guy damn. Godzilla movie. And they had like f eighteen flying through the thriving across, and like Rodin was like, flapping its wings and catching up to all of them and knocking them out of the sky. Zam can go. I mean Rodin sorry, go supersonic just bike. If laughing it's way, there's byplanes in the pictures, they're movie got a right, by the way, with, with the armor, piercing rounds transformers from two thousand six early on. They call in the big guns, and they drive the transformer underground. Yeah, that's right. That's right. That's why we love that separately, engine part. Sorry. In two thousand one Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz didn't have a kid, but they start in a film about a drug that this young starlets father used to suck down in eight ball at a time. Emma Roberts her aunt. Julia probably gave her some tips for her performance in Nick Casavant as blow. That's not. Demme's brother. I know what years, sorry. I didn't see it died playing basketball. Oh, the director rector die playing bass way directed movie. Yeah. This is Ted Demme type. Demi- demi-. Yeah. Not too long ago. Young pick up basketball game best trailers have ever seen. I stay all those movies about sort of cocaine and all that stuff. They just kind of make me uncomfortable. Something I just don't I I'm not attracted to drug related movies. I not watch requiem for a dream. Yeah. I like I like the mob. I like mob stuff died in two thousand two during a celebrity basketball game cross the school been gone since two thousand and two. Have been related to cocaine later found in his last move almost one of all right. Boy, I don't know. I think the critics liked it. No plan. So I've written down eighty four. It's I doesn't good parts to it. Doesn't bad parts to it. It's just above just about fresh at sixty two. Dexter. I'm gonna give it a ninety actually because I think the drug thing kind of what you mean it kind of turns into bum out after a while. But critics few that stuff is edgy. They love stuff like that. Totally agree in Adams words. I think this gets major woke points. I said, eighty one blows rotten at fifty five. People that people have any seven, wow. Lot of style to it like it's very style. Oh boy. This one Kate Hudson, daughter of Goldie, Hawn, and some other guy is an American treasure. No virtuous blows performances like this one alongside Marky Mark about an oil rig explodes two thousand sixteen. Deepwater horizon. Never saw I always mean to watch this never do or watch five minutes of it. And then watch something else. It's, it's, it's, it's done correctly. It just sorta tells the story, it's fine..
"penelope cruz" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"And dark Phoenix, I hate to say it does exactly what you wanted to do, by the way, as a fan because it, it caters to its title, which is not happy, Phoenix. Not silly Phoenix. It's dark Phoenix now, and I think that there is. So I think that there is. I think your question is a various student nuance question, which is there is a expectation when it comes to big scale expensive movies? He's the you are going to be more passively and happily entertained, then in more challenging smaller scale films, where you feel like you're going to have to deal with some heavier stuff. And so I think that there, there is some level of resistance to dealing with that heavier stuff when you're going in on a Friday night with your box popcorn to something that you think is going to be about people that, just, you know, have raised the come out of there is, and are going to blow things up and suddenly revenue deal with, like trauma, and psychological disorder and death. And, you know, betrayal and things that are, you know, as saying darker, heavier themes and dealt with darker. Heavier way. So, you know, like I do think that they're, they're having said that I do think that one thing that's been great about the John RA of superhero movies, specifically is that they've allowed for so many different kinds of tones. Most of them comedic. But so many different kinds of tones you have gardens the galaxy. And then you have something like Logan. Logan's very heavy. Tone has humor in it, by the way, but as a very heavy tone, and you have thoracic Narok and you have endgame and you have that Zam and deadpool, and in so many different kinds of tones that I do think audiences are open. I just think there is an expectation that they're going to be a little more passively entertained than they would be if they were going to see a drama in the fall. What's next? What are you working on next? I know that your, your next project has already been announced that you'll be directing. Yeah. So I am directing again. Thank you for encouraging me. No, I mean seriously. I appreciate it. I that wasn't meant to be ironic. I mean I leave on Sunday to go finish prepping this movie called three or five which was a spy movie, and other John, that I love it was an idea that Jessica Chastain, and I came up with when we were on the set of this film for a female on samba all spy movie about women from different countries coming together from different agencies and. And it's more in the tone of Jason Bourne than JAMES BOND. So maybe it'll be too heavy again, but it's not quite as dark as it certainly not. And it's Jessica Chastain lupita Longo Diane Kruger, Penelope Cruz fan fan, Bing bang, Edgar Ramirez Sebastian STAN, speaking of marvel so it's gotten amazing cast, and we're going to be shooting in London all summer and Paris for a couple of those weeks. And so I'll be directing that starting in July. Do you know what's after that, or have you not seen that far in the future? What's after that is going to be a little vacation. Okay, good. I'm going straight off this movie like getting on a plane a week later. But, you know, the television show that, that I created apple that I care an immense amount about, and we start I'm not going to direct the pilot of that. You just can't. What's the title is an untitled science fiction move science fiction? I knew that and, and it's global science fiction show, very character forward. And we start you in that in October for apple, and I will want to be on the set of that. But I won't be directing the great well as usual, you have been very generous with your time. I can't wait to see what you do next. Give it up again, for signing Ginsburg, thank you so much. And that's how the QA went down special. Thanks again, to writer directors Simon Kimber for coming down to chat about his latest film dark, Phoenix..
"penelope cruz" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"penelope cruz" Discussed on WJR 760
"Captain marvel superpowers she can fly and she's real strong. I don't know if she got X revisions. I didn't stay that long. You didn't stay until the end. I'm pretty sure there was like a big battle. So why stay I mean, when I go across town, John Travolta, retrospect that I go there some of the best work some of my best work ever phenomenon blowout faceoff and other two were titles next movie called Apollo eleven. I think it's another superhero movie. No, it, isn't it isn't. It's a documentary about the space flight. I thought that was it. But when I heard about Apollo eleven I just figured it was a superhero sequel, I missed the first ten. No. Well, mayor COPA. Okay. So you didn't see Apollo eleven. Yes. I saw hundred sixty nine from black and white TV next movie plea. Okay. The next flick is called everybody knows excuse me. Sorry. I just drink. I had havi of. Yeah. About them. It has all right there right now. Zoo south. I'm a flaming heterosexual over here. It has it has bought them, and Penelope Cruz, the mystery flicked got a lot of Spanish. No, he Spanish that's the whole reviews in your. Any other films? There's one called Greta, it's kind of a thriller horror thriller thing Thrilla thriller. It can't make up his mind. Neither can you. Resolve long, Mr. Travolta,.
"penelope cruz" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Expos crazy. Crooked is this going to get a thumbs up to or now? Well, I wish it did. This is the kind of ambitious little movie that you want to like is made by Texans in Texas. It's a period piece set in the thirties, forties and fifties. So there's a lot of attention given to the costuming into the sets into the antique cars that they're using. And you have to appreciate the effort. They put into all of that e in spite of the fact that it never really looks in looks like a lived in world, the cars are to clean, for example, there obviously collector's items that were just taken out of the collectors garage. But we're really hobbles the movie is weak, writing and indifferent acting. It's the story of an oil baron young a young fellow from modest means out in west, Texas who desires to become the leader of his own oil company, and he succeeds, but then the oil company goes bust. It wants to be a new giant a giant. For the new age. But unfortunately, it's a giant that remains sort of a dwarf comparison to the to that previous film. So I'm afraid that in spite of all the effort that went into this picture. It turns out to be a cinematic dry hole as it were. It's too bad because it's the sort of movie like to support. Yeah. Okay. Let's move on to everybody knows. It's a Spanish film. We don't have any audio. Would you think of this one? This film is very interesting. It comes from an Iranian director of all of all things. Oscar for ATI who made the Oscar winning a separation some years ago. He also made a great film called the salesman after that. And it stars hobby or them and Patel Penelope Cruz Penelope Cruz plays a woman who's come back to her a little town in Spain from Argentina where she lives she brings along her teen daughter and her young son, and she reconnect with her childhood lover you. Might say played by hobby bar dam. And unfortunately, her daughter is kidnapped in the middle middle of the fest festivities, and they have to go through a lot of difficulties trying to raise the ransom money, but also dealing with background problems regarding the sale of land, which is created some poisonous relationships between the characters and also the a larger question about how far their romance went in the past the romance between Bardon and cruise. It's a good film. It's not as good as a is Iranian films. But especially with powerful performances by our crews. It's worth taking a look at it does run a little long, it's over two hours. And of course, you have to read subtitles. But nonetheless, I think it's a worthwhile film to look for. All right. Not too bad this week three out of four. Let's do a preview of the Oscars coming up on Sunday night, real quick best picture who do you think's going to win? Well, I if the if the. Voters have the courage to give the the Oscar to a foreign language film that comes from net. Flicks an outfit that most studio people really hate that will win maybe though decide finally to honor Spike Lee for black klansman that would be a nice change. They might go with something more conventional like a star is born or or a green book. That racist still pretty much up in the air. I think the acting races are becoming clearer people who weren't front runners at the beginning have now become front. Runners rainy Malik for bohemian rhapsody. Looks to be the front runner for that in the actor category. Glenn Close for the wife looks to be the front runner for that in the actress category. That would be quite a surprise because they weren't in the league at the beginning. I think if Hollywood decides to go for the obvious they'll decide to go for either Black Panther or a star is born in the film category. But we'll see what happens as Donald Trump. Always says, right? We will see what happens on Sunday night talk to Frank on Monday morning. It is a twenty five. Let's get an update on traffic..
"penelope cruz" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I have at times early in my career as a manager said Tyler pitchers, I want you to hit this guy on the ne- never said in in the head anything like that. I always made the target lower than that. I thought maybe the pitcher might aim at. So I always said that this guy on the knee. But I can honestly say I can't remember any picture really gone out there and doing that I had some that try to do it. They threw the ball back to the backstop. They hit the screen. Feel the ball in the dirt Mr. player by three or four feet. But I can't really remember pitcher really after I told him to do that going out there and doing it. Is there a moment in your career that you think of as your greatest moment in baseball. I think one of the things that really turned Macarena around was being traded to the Baltimore Orioles. It's the team that it's the team in your breath that you describe as the only team when you were a player where the black players in the white players hung out together. Well, that's true. It's Matty, I was treated very well at the ballpark and on the field and around the place when we're together on the road and everything like that. But once we were away from the ballpark within the togetherness wasn't there. But that Baltimore was just a real great atmosphere and a real good feeling among the players from the time that I stepped on the field in Miami Florida first spring training game that we had an I in the squad game. I time I step on the field. That feeling was just there was like, a family affair, and it was a togetherness and closeness among all the players. No one was treated any differently than anyone else. I want to thank you very much for talking with us about your career as a player manager. It's been a pleasure. Thank you very much. Thank you for having me on major league baseball player and manager. Frank Robinson, speaking to Terry gross in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight he died yesterday at age eighty three coming up critic at large John powers reviews. Everybody knows a new film starring Penelope Cruz, and Javier Bardem this is fresh air. This is fresh air, the new movie everybody knows stars Penelope Cruz, and Javier Bardem it's made by the Iranian filmmaker Oscar for Hoti who won Oscars for his films, a separation and the salesmen are critic at large John powers says it's good, but it has limitations compared to another foreign film currently up for an Oscar when people talk about art, they often argue over whether individual works can be truly universal one of the things they can is far hoodie, the gifted around filmmaker who in recent years is when foreign film Oscars for both a separation and the salesman as he puts it the taste of love, and the taste of hate are everywhere, the same belief in universality gets put to the test in his latest film. Everybody knows a tale of Levin. Crime to him working for the first time in Spain. With a cast of Spanish speaking stars. For haughty has a real knack for domestic dramas that unfolded with the suspensive, psychological thrillers. And that's just what you get here. Penelope Cruz stars is Laura a Spaniard who lives in Buenos Aires with her. Architect husband, Alejandro played by the famous Argentine actor Ricardo Doreen. As the action begins Laura and her two kids are returning to the Spanish village where she grew up to attend the wedding of her sister there. She meets her now married old flame taco played by Javier Bardem with more than a smidgen of ham Pacos boulevard man who owns the winemaking estate that once belonged to Laura's family, and we wonder do the to still feel the same old spark. Everything seems cool until the drunken wedding party. When lowers teenage daughter gets kidnapped. A ransom is demanded an early hundred who everybody knows is rich has to jet north from Argentina, the abduction tears away. All the good feelings, exposing years of male rivalry sibling. Squabbles financial resentments and clandestine yearlings, Laura Paco Ali hundred and the others must grapple with moral issues, and the weight of the past everybody knows something even if what they know isn't true. When the picture premiered, it can last may it was compared unfavourably to competition hits like shoplifters and Cold War. But context is all if you put everybody knows next to the movies coming out on a normal week. Like this one you'll be delighted by its old fashioned Hollywood virtues, a seductive setting a lively messy story, and a cast of sexy talented actors who are fun to watch. Even if Cruz has to cry a bit too much. As ever for haughty shines at creating characters emotional complexity helps disguise his penchant for arbitrary plot. Twists. If that disguise proves less effective here, it's largely because for heart is working in a country and a language that isn't his own. Although the movie doesn't feel to Ristic he spent two years living in Spain before shooting. It does feel thin next to a separation which is rooted in a home country whose daily lives and social issues for how'd he knows in his bones. Every seen that film bringeth. Interesting textures and details of Iranian life. This isn't true of everybody knows which feels less universal than generic its limitations become clearer. If you put it alongside Cold War, a best foreign film nominee, who's Polish-born autour Pablo Pavlovsky made the Oscar winning. Eva puff Makovsky tells a story based on his parents tortuous relationship. We follow the roller coaster ride of the romance between Victor, a detached seeming, jazz composer, and a passionate woman singer named Zula. Their love carries them from late forties. Poland recognizant was taking a firm grip to fifties. Perez and then back into eastern Europe's bleak nineteen sixties. Cold War is in immaculately crafted film, shot an exquisite black and white and marvelously acted especially by incandescent lead. Actress Joanna Kulik who's mercurial performance recall John Moreau at eighty four minutes. This is the rare movie that could be longer. Indeed, a Ferrara's film is a slab of breathe using Ripi motion pub Makovsky's is condensed and richly flavored as a perfectly slice sliver of finally aged parmesan. Called was richness comes from being steeped in detail. This is both personal the levers are even named after public off skis parents and cultural from the whaling polish folk music to begins the film to the party bureaucrats who transform art into red propaganda to the smoky Parisian nightclubs were Victor fines liberation and Zula sinks into upper rooted alienated from beginning to end, Cold War. Demonstrates would everybody knows does not the road to the universal actually begins with the specific critic at large. John powers discussed the new films Cold War, which has been nominated for.
"penelope cruz" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Online at KABC, you dot org. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelley, and I'm Ari Shapiro. An Oscar winning director from Iran stars from Spain. And Argentina critic Bob Mondello says the new movie everybody knows Mary's far-flung talent with story about a wedding gone wrong. The first images are pigeon, stirring, up dust inside a church belfry as a giant clock's mechanism words and huge church. Bells. Chime the hour the clock overlooks the central square of a Spanish town. That's about to celebrate a wedding big one. The daughter of its richest family is marrying and her far-flung tribe has begun to gather the bride's sister, Laura has flown here from Argentina with a rebellious daughter, Iran, who almost immediately hops on the motorcycle of acute boy from town that boy turns out to be the nephew of Paco handsome lug who used to work for the family, and who now owns part of the vineyard. He wants labored in there are deeper connections to. To as he discovers when she and her new boyfriend sneak off to the belfry as the wedding is just getting started by that she spot some initials carved into the wall who is that L. She wonders money your mother, he says. And the P is. Everybody knows Laura and Paco were in love as teenagers, and as their played by real life spouses Penelope Cruz, and Javier Bardem, it won't take anyone long to realize that there's still a spark there. But this is a movie from Asgard Farhadi, the guy who made the class conscious Oscar-winner a separation so lots of other sparks are sparking tensions between the town and the rich family long festering grudges, far high these master at showing how communities splinter along papered over cracks and this time he has the budget not just for stars. But also for luxuriant images twilight country,.
"penelope cruz" Discussed on Photofocus Podcast
"Oh, I think what I love best about that photo was like you said it was naturally in. You just knew how to pose them. You knew how to back light him with with some and just as expression, of course, being a phenomenal actor everything that image just played. And it's funny because some shots that I do you'll look at the one girl I photograph she looked like Penelope Cruz and everyone absolutely loved the photo. I did of her. And you sent me a message nice shot. However, notice how she standing what do you see that point of call, man? You're right way. She was standing crop it out. It just wasn't as flattering as it could be if I moved her just a, touch, but these are things that unfortunate. I wrote that article find a trusted voice that will help you. You and you've always been my trusted voice over the years. You tell me things I sometimes don't want to hear. But I know I need to hear them while other people are praising you'll sit back saying, okay, that's good, but fix ABC, right? Too many times I was just talking with collateral evola. Shop world one of my adamant things. I always talk about obviously, I'm very passionate about lighting too many times. People get so excited with a model there photographing they get the professional makeup artists in there. They fixed the hair that the talent in front of the camera extent tastic and they get excited they start shooting. But what they forget is what's going on in the background. All there. Some trash cans back there, or you know, the cliche the poll or the branches coming out of their head. I'd like to think that if they're shooting with the professional makeup artists and wardrobe person there beyond the poll coming out of their head, but they don't bother to light the background. They don't Bah. To create that third. Dimension highlights shadows are such a huge thing. And again, that's just through experience and training. Your I to details. Too many times see.
"penelope cruz" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"I would've never. Jesse? I would I wouldn't what's crazy is like this is the highest box office actor. So you think this would be Chris Pratt some huge name. Right. You know, Tom Cruise somebody has no it's not a big name at all. Which is crazy because they were in the big movies of the year. Anne, let's let's let's try to get this one. Guess now that you know, it's a woman, and you know, it's not someone who is generally thought of as a household name at least yet. Okay. So I'm gonna make one guess only because I saw her on the Golden Globes. Didn't know she is in a big movie Penelope Cruz. No Latisha, right Latisha. Right. She her movies brought in one point five five billion dollars in two thousand eighteen which is more than like, Chad bozeman. Chris Pratt all the marvel stars so latifah's roles. She was in Black Panther and Finnity war ready player one and the commuter. And so those four movies made her the all around box office champ after the news was released. Shia. What's other? What's interesting? She's a really outspoken Chris. That's why we. Yeah. One to mention it. She posted after the news was got out there. She posted a Malachi three ten on Twitter, which says see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven, and pour out so much blessing that there will not be room enough to store it then she wrote God opened a floodgate of blessings on in awe earlier this year. She explained to the UK talk show this morning that before becoming a Christian. She almost walked away from acting entirely but felt God call her back to it. Here's a clip I was going for a very difficult time in my life, and I just needed to take a break from acting because I really idolized it. So I came off from it. And I went on a journey to discover God our relationship with God. And I became a Christian, and it really just gave me so much love and light in my within myself, and so much I felt secure and I felt like I didn't need validation from anyone else from. The from from getting appall. My happiness was independent on that. It was dependent on my relationship with. I'm like, I feel like a lot of people, obviously, you got introduce a Latisha right this year because of her, you know, like her role and Black Panther was one of the highlights movie Suri, but she also has a really great episode of black mirror that she started. It's the final episode of season two right Tyler or season three. I think three the final episode of season three black mirror. She stars in it. And that's the first thing. I saw I was like I was I mean every second she's on seen onscreen is incredibly compelling cheese. She's a really exciting talent. And a big talent studios. Saw but see her feeling black mayor and be like we gotta get her in front of a bigger audience. She's she's very she's got a bright career head of her. She'll be around for a long time. Or if she doesn't she has enough money to not care. The one point five billion. Yeah. Susan some of that made it a movies the movies that she's in still on the side of the Hollywood, gender, pay gap. But you know, hopefully that'll change really frustrating to be the number one intake in movies and not personally. I bet. She's all right. I bet she's I'm sure she has a nice kitchen. She if you were to break down how much money actually made the male stars in her movie would make probably millions of dollars more than her and every single one of those happy new year. Hey in case.
"penelope cruz" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Seven twenty six got a few tax here about what we're gonna be talking about the last time you cried over something silly. But to the point about the teachers strike this possibly happening. We did get a texter says that's not accurate. What you reported the only hired four hundred subs throughout does not cover. Everybody. Our school is placing all grade levels together at every forty minutes. We'll be switching activities they'll be watched by non credential staff, and no curriculum will be taught so things like this are always tough on parents students. Teachers administrators you always hope that deals can be made. That are good for both sides to be honest. You know, it should be good for both sides. And you've found some parody in there. And you found some you can kind of agree on. So we wish him nothing, but the best because in the end the kids do suffer when they don't have the curriculum taught to them in their regular school. You know, I mean, that's the problem with the kids so eight six six five four four my FM, Texan three one two four three. The last time you cried for something, absolutely. Silly. Yeah. Pretty ridiculous reasons. Sixty six tech says one time I cried because I got cut by a candy. I'm thinking they meant maybe like in their mouth, you know, like a hard piece of candy, the cut the roof of their mountain six six one says when I was young my siblings would turn on ace Ventura when nature calls to make me cry because I would start bawling every time that raccoon would fall off the cliff. I think it's the very first scene in the movie. He's trying to rescue a raccoon. Okay. Doesn't make it. Oh, I'm sorry. Nine says, I went on a ten mile hike. I was exhausted we stopped from Mexican food. And I cried because my case a deal was too small. After ten and Tim said when my wife is pregnant, she would start crying at anything one time, she yelled because there was a spider told me to kill it. And then she cried for the spider because she was an accomplice. She killed. And then she cried after was killed cried twice. Yeah. That's ridiculous. I love this on Facebook. Denise said, I dropped a plate of sticky rice dumplings last week and just could not stop crying about it. Okay. Now. Wait a minute. I've done that before too. Will you make something you make something absolutely delicious? Maybe or you got some delicious dropping the Florida's. No good anymore. Yeah. When my fiance told me he was going to get our favorite ice cream without me. And then cat said I cried during the movie Vanilla Sky because I thought Penelope Cruz had such a beautiful haircut. She seems like a nice person. I remember thinking she deserves to have nice hair. I think I was just exhausted that day and feeling emotional and that'll be really hard to follow. I understand getting distracted by something like hair because that movie so crazy. All right. Eight six six five four four my Texan three one two four three. The last time you cried for a silly reason. Valentine.