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Review: Penlope Cruz Gives One of the Best Performances of Her Career in Parallel Mothers

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Review: Penlope Cruz Gives One of the Best Performances of Her Career in Parallel Mothers

"Brought to you. By american express business american express offers a line of cards dow. Take your business further because with needs like yours. You need a card built for business. Penelope cruz gives of the best performances of her career and pedro almodovar parallel mothers by stephanie's. Hr ick history is the work of mothers civilization. Can't move forward without them. That's the rushing undercurrent of pedro almodovar's eloquent and subtly affecting new film parallel mothers the opening film of the seventy eighth annual venice film festival. Penelope cruz plays jaanus a professional photographer in her late thirties. Whose relationship would they married. Forensic anthropologist arturo results in pregnancy and maternity ward. She befriends another mother to be anna at teenager. Whose child was conceived. Under very different circumstances both give birth on the same day two girls and in the time just before and immediately after delivery they trade confidences helping each other through this strange period of transition as they welcomed these instantly beloved little strangers into their lives. The story almodovar tells involves one shocking discovery. And the keeping of secrets as well as the way motherhood can bring women together only to lead them down different paths in that way. It provides plenty of opportunity for the melodramatic. Flourishes this seventy one year old filmmaker lumps so well but with this twenty third film. Amil dough var continues to tap the contemplative vein of his last feature twenty nineteen superb painting. Glory eight semi autobiographical exploration of aging and mortality. This time he's also delving more directly than usual into the pain of his country's past even before her baby is born. Janas who lives in madrid is consumed with one goal to open a mass grave in her home village containing the body of her great grandfather and several of her compatriots murdered in the spanish civil war and never properly mourned or honored. Somehow almodovar teases to entwining tendrils into one graceful vine a reflection on the way babies even as they pointed the way to the future connect us with their inherited smiles. The dna sparkle in there is with the lives of those who came before parallel. Mothers is a movie of infinite tenderness that rare owed to motherhood that acknowledges mothers as women first and mother's second women are almodovar's world and the movie world's he writes for them or rich and affectionate to and an early seen as this duo of moms get ready to push their babies out into the world. Their respective coaches with neither of the fathers in the picture. Show up and a double flurry. Anna's mother teresa a self involved actress sweeps into the room. And supple camel colored coat made more for a hitchcock heroin than a birthing room helper. Meanwhile jaanus is closest friend magazine editor. Elena played by the wonderful. Almodovar veteran rossi. Depalma who's marvelous. Shaw's is or the grandest in movie. History arrives in a riot of multicolored plaid. Ready to welcome baby into a polychrome galaxy of love. The contrast between these two helpers is a witty touch and just one example of the way almodovar enlists the power of color and costuming and everything. He does though. It's worth noting that he ultimately allows theresa even within her bubble of selfishness to emerge as a complicated fragile human. There are no villains and parallel mothers beyond political ones. Alma davar is interested in extreme drama with its inherent joy and emotional turmoil but he also makes room for forgiveness. There is no future without it and with these two lead roles. He gives newcomer melena smith and certified movie star cruise and unqualified gift. The friendship between janas and anna is at times frayed but ultimately forges itself into something stronger than sisterhood and smit and crews carry us deftly through its evolution when we first meet smits anna. She's practically a schoolgirl. Confused innocent who with her swollen belly has no idea what's in store for her later. Her life forced into a new shape by tragedy she emerges as her own woman. A warrior queen with a bleached. Pixie do smit. Her is both resolute and soft segues from girl to woman and a single believable heartbeat cruises has long been one of almodovar's signature. Actors dazzling witty presence in movies like all about my mother and volver these to understand each other completely. It seems she's able to follow the sometimes squirrelly crumb trails of his thinking without missing. A step. Cruise is astonishing here. In what may be the best performance of her career so far janas fragility fortitude or two sides of one coin and crews can shift from one to the other in the merest breath just as jaanus believes. She has everything she wanted and never thought she'd get. She has at last. Become a mother after thinking it would never happen. She's faced with a new trial and the possibility of loss because only in the movies are people's problems solved by a single event in real life. Most solutions also opened the door to at least one problem and yet through those same doors. Blessings also walk through cruise. Plays yana as a woman who learns to stop watching that door and instead simply welcome whatever comes next to reach that point she must also reckon with the way her own past her ancestry and thus that of her child dovetails with the sometimes painful history of her country crews folds all of that complexity into this performance with the blink of her cleopatra is she sends almodovar's morse code message of love out into the world. Anybody who's open to the lingo can understand. Meet shannon simmons owner of rat ad agency shannon's biggest client is across the country and they requested and in-person meeting tomorrow so she used her american express business cards app feature which lets her tracker business expenses from the last minute flight to the late night burrito upon arrival big meeting tuesday expenses recorded wednesday crushing it every day built for business by american express. Don't do business without it. 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Build Your Own Future With Or Without The Establishment

The Thriving Artist

31:01 min | 1 year ago

Build Your Own Future With Or Without The Establishment

"Walter driving artists podcast of educational feature of the clark healing fund for visual artists. The clock healing fund exists to provide business trading and entrepreneurial learning to visual artists to turn working artists into thriving artists sitting our appreciation to jerry's arte rama for supporting c. h. f. and this episode of the thriving artists podcast. Jerry specializes in art supplies. And framing you can find them online at jerry's rama dot com and at seventeen retail locations across the country jerry's passionate to serve artists their on instagram at sign. Jerry's arte rama just a brief announcement that c. h. f. has just released its annual report. This is our highlight reel. Providing quick head of high dosage insight into how we're unlocking the staggering potential of a world driven by creativity and connection a world fed by artists and innovators the summary of are fulfilled and fully delivered. Promise to mobilize. Your support can be found at clark feelings fund dot org slash reports. Now our guest today is ashley. Longshore new orleans based artist. Ashley longshore has never waited for industry gatekeepers to open doors for her. She's a wildly successful. Self made entrepreneur owner of the longshore studio gallery and to household name instagram profiles. Her collaborators and partners are a who's who of upscale brands and celebrities. Diane von furstenberg bergdorf goodman gucci rolex and even miley cyrus her collectors are equally namedrop group including blake lively. Penelope cruz salma. Hayek and eli manning ashley has been described as a modern andy warhol for her pop. Art sensibilities rizzoli. New york has recently published her second book. I do not cook. I do not clean. I do not fly commercial. Actually longshore welcome to the show. Oh i'm so excited to be here and to share my experiences with your audience. So is that book titled true. Do you really not do any of those. Three things cook cleaner flight. I cook i clean. And i would give anything on a delta flight right now. Well i don't know if this is your intention with the title but it's a it's powerful to suggest that visual artists doesn't have to have an identity that involves either starving or cutting off an ear that you can flaunt your success and so on. So what's your take on those old stereotypes about artists. Oh well i think. I think it misunderstanding. Where i'm coming from. My whole is to put out there that ardent are entrepreneurs that there is no limit to your success and there's nothing wrong with wanting to be financially successful. The idea is that you get to a point where your your profits are coming in people are engaging with your artwork. You you have that intimacy within your collector base and you've got enough money in your bank account to make any idea that you have in your brain come to promotion to me that the ultimate goal It sort of play on you know the old school trophy wife that you know the best thing in the world was just to be able to sit back and have everybody else you know. Pay all your stuff to made the drain to make your own money. That's where the power is an artist after history. Artists are the ones creating tangible item that are marking our human experience so You know that can be as big or as little as you want to be but this is why creativity and artists are so important in our society would call you a celebrity artist. Is it fair to say that you're left no choice other than to become a celebrity artists either after because you know the taste makers in the gallery. World initially rejected you. I mean i think in america. It's really great. Because you have opportunity to make your own packed. And when i was told i was it marketable. I decided to build this on my own. And although it wasn't the easy way it was the better way because i understand my audience understand my gauge moment. And you know. I i've been able to build friendships. That led me to great opportunities those opportunities that lead me to other extremely successful. Creative people so You know whether that means. I'm celebrity artists or not. I think it just means that. I after twenty five years i've been able to Find witnessed people have had great success as being creative. Authentic people do big the rejection from the art establishment. Perhaps isn't actually all that common or or do you not think. Am i allowed to use profanity. We'll have to believe it out the establishment what anybody else thinks You know you go after it. You cut your own path. You do what you have to do. You know i've been turned down more than a bed in a cheap motel. Jackson is part of what's going to happen no matter what you do as a creative person as an entrepreneur as an entrepreneur you have to have a strong inner and know exactly who you are and know exactly what you're creating because i promise you you are going to be rejected. You're going to be told that you're no good. You're going to get criticized. You must not thrive off of that type of attention period clinically. I often hear that that the celebrity artist if we could put that in quotes Is a designation for the few that make it via the traditional route. But you made it because you turned away from the traditional route if there is one so once you did that. Did anyone tell you anything about how to start a business or instinct or trial and error sort of play a role. I mean i. I have created what. I've created on instinct alone. And you know i. It's like artists. Don't how to use tools. They know process and early on when i realized. I'm not gonna work with galleries. i'm gonna create my own system. I'm not going to give up fifty percent. I'm gonna keep on and percents pop margins. I'm going to build a business. When i realized that i needed to hire people based on the demand of my work. More graphic designers more photographers. more sales. People You know there's a lot of of power in that. I mean i. I just knew that i was going to do my own way. No matter what so That's the thing you just you find your own pap and you you go for it It it is very instinctual. I mean You know now. I'm in a position to hire people that have a lot of experience in operations and whatnot. I mean i have a lot of employees now. And i don't wanna be a manager so it's i didn't you mentioned to our producer. That growing a business is like the slow and steady progress of termite mounds getting bigger over many years. What are some of the small steps involved in doing that. I mean listen. I mean it. You know i've gotten to. I've gotten it's taken me twenty five years to do so in the beginning honestly prolific as you can be understanding your inner voice being able to figure out how to be kind to yourself when you're not completely inspired it on fire You have to have again that strong. Inner voice of. I can do this. I'm gonna be okay. It's all right that i'm not inspired right now. It it's all these little Inner thoughts Positivity and optimism. That you've gotta start building that wall inside of you because as things start to the more you put yourself out there the more you are to criticism and the and the bulls from the world so I would say that is the beginning. Also i talked to a lot of artists. Now that you know they're like ashley you're all these opportunities you've got these collaborations you've got these collectors. Like yes but let me tell you about how beautiful the part of my career was. When all i had was time for my creativity when i hope the doorbell is ringing when i hope the email digging when i i my phone was ringing off the hook you know and now it's a home. Another process of time management. And the things that i need to do. So that i can honor my creativity. Be there for my team. Run a business at time. My collectors have time for these podcasts. You know it's it's a it's a it's a It's about thing so you know you have the experience you have to enjoy every single part of this process and again there. There is no instant gratification and success like there is in creativity sometimes and being arte having an idea and being able to paint. That idea quickly having the material that i need that. That's a very euphoric thing. The success that you need that you want in your career is going to take more time gonna take more time. But it'll be worth it got to be patient so you employ a team of thirty people your job creator and we make that argument at the clark. Healings fund quite frequently that successful artists do create. Do contribute heavily to the economy. Can you tell me a bit about that. Workforce what they do why you have so many in how they like. Their jobs is kind of like to get a reality program. View of that world. well I have an incredible team. They're all they're all very artsy creative individuals But i have photographers. I've got A team of multimedia liaisons than help with all of the glitter application and dazzling. I have a team. I have a special projects coordinator. I have A publicist. I have a gallery manager. That watches my gallery. Show room for. I have A manager that oversees all the multimedia goodness. I have People that help with products and mint and making sure that all of our certificates of intensity and all the things are put together for all of our collectors and everything shipping appropriately. and safeway. i mean you know there. There's a lot of layers to this. It's like onion really. I have For a person that just specializes in shop by that helping manufacturing. I've ahead of manufacturing sourcing people. That are helping me when i go. Hey i have an idea. I wanna do Two special edition cookie jars. You know ev- every year And then i got a sore thinking person and helps me find the right artisans. That can help the help that come together in my vision Then i have someone else. We run orgasm so you know asthma. Demand has gone up. I've been able to hire this incredible team of Creative inspired enthusiastic gracious individuals that are allowed to be a part of a team. That's really making moves in art world last week counted two hundred eighty eight thousand followers on your main instagram fifty. Eight thousand on a second one and it's a huge sales platform for you. One could say size matters. But you didn't get there overnight and there were punctuated moments of epiphany. So tell me about the time when you sold one point. Three billion dollars worth of in forty five minutes on instagram. Which time do you want me to tell you about you're you know i mean listen at the end of the day i think i see. I see young artists pulling prints of their work when their paintings are only twenty. Five hundred dollars and i think damn you know people spend a lot more than that on handbags and we are talking about art. We're talking about a luxury item. And that doesn't mean that all art has to be a million dollars. But i think when you look at your career you have to go. We'll coin prints and are making t-shirts that cost twenty dollars an iphone covers. That are fifteen dollars. What am i saving. Why am i not figuring out my audience. Why am i not going in with the idea that my goodness you know. Pe- people spend a fortune on shoes. I mean a pair of high heels can call eighteen hundred dollars boots that women by costs four thousand dollars and i mean no not. Everybody is buying that but also not. Everybody is an art collector. You know being able to collect something that somebody you know. They're taking their favorite putting it. You can actually buy it and live with it that that is a very work exciting very luxury type of thing. through you know thinking about my work in this way. I've always known you know. I'm looking at pulling kearns right now. Prince of the ultimate insurance policy. I'm not gonna go out and dilute my brand by having my work in a bunch of different galleries. I'm not gonna take the products that i am making. That are limited edition and allow other stores to sell them. Because if i do that. I'm rooting the impact. That i can make an demand when i make releases and the idea is here it is. It's coming if you want it. Here's the link you get on there and get it because the thing is going out to a lotta people and you got gotta you got one chance to get it. And it's just basic you know law economics supply and demand kind of thing. You have a subscription series also called art gazza where i think collectors pay a fee monthly or annually to get hand. Signed items from you. How did that idea come about or was it to market to a specific demographic of well. Yeah i mean and and what we were just discussing in me. Not making prints and g clays and all of that sort of thing it is. It's a way for somebody to and and we do. You can make monthly payments by five hundred dollars subscription but how fun for me to take one of my painters hamlets. That is the foundation of all my work. And i have it signed and doing our. This is something that's gonna happen. You i mean can you imagine if you wanna andy warhol rollers from screen printing. I mean you know not again. Not everybody is ready to make that entry level investment You know three thousand dollars to my artwork but maybe they have dollars a month or five hundred dollars a year to get these extremely limited edition crow thing that i'm creating specifically so that they go up in value it really honors idea that you know What artists make our special like for example. Do you remember when. Andy warhol made that book of one dollar bills and i think it was. It was a hundred and eighty one dollar bill but then the cost of the book with three hundred and sixty dollars just because it had his name on it and it was like he doubled the price of it just by saying you know because he put it together. You know artists special. We only have so many days on this planet to create. So you know it's nice to have a platform that isn't prints and g quays and you know there's other creative ways to get out there and business You gotta get your marketing as you out work. So i think you own your own galleries. You didn't make you're you're not on the back of galleries nor they on you but you own your own and although obviously the pandemic has paused most in person art transactions right now other than some cova graffiti. I saw near the subway. Tell me about your bricks and mortar gallery in new orleans. Clearly the physical space is still an important part of how you show your work. So what's different about selling online versus in person. I'll tell you one thing My trying to g Has always been to be reaching out to bigger cities and You know look. I love new orleans more than anything but we don't have a huge entrepreneurial base here that has a lot of new money that's constantly buying new stuff where city that leads the good times roll. We celebrate art. That's why love being here. But i've really centered most of the majority of my marketing efforts and much larger wealthier market because of that The majority of the art. That i'm selling eighty eighty five. Ninety percent of it has already been you know Getting lead in from social media getting people that had seen my work in new york shows that husein things. I've done in san francisco miami london even in shanghai that that you know i'm trying to create that engagement from doing all that work so now during this quarantine i've got these followers i've got this base is strongly email base. I've been growing for years. And you know i. I was just new painting and boom. You know people already know what they're going to get. The other thing is and i say this all the time. You could see a cake image on social media. Well yeah it looks delicious. It looks great. How often does that thing look worse. How often does that look or or you know once you finally get it in front of you drag your figures or the. I think it's even better than it was in the photograph. So i've never had a situation where somebody receives the artwork and they were disappointed after only seeing it in an image. I think the most important thing is is creating the energy and not a nurturer. Let your buyers. No now is the time to collect. And you do that using the media using social media using events you know continually being prolific building building. You know it's not social media's not just the answer having one art show is not the answer it takes years of pudding you know lots of lines in the water the more lines you have water the face. You didn't catch period most artists. I'd probably ask. Who are your collectors. And how did you find him. But it seems like your collectors find you. Is that accurate or actually. Are you still hunting your public and if so how are you kidding me. I mean listen. Every time i create a new series and i put it out there for people to see know. There's always do engagement. There's always i mean how many people are on the planet now. Nine billion people in billion people. I mean i haven't even begun to reach all the people that could relate to the message that i'm putting out there. I mean that's that's the whole thing. That's exciting as an artist. Regardless if you're a sculptor and abstract art at the pro-tiger a painter no matter what your subject matter is what your style is you are putting out your own life frequency and the magic is that other people are going to connect with that if you're willing to put yourself out there and allow that magnetism to happen when you when you do that it's a magnet for people all over the place so i mean. Listen i'm i'm i'm always out there looking for more people that love me. You can't ever stop putting yourself out there and hunting for the new collectors Fortunately once you get to a certain point though you get your art in houses you in posted images of that you have been. You're you're working in media you know it creates a big net and hopefully you get that magnetism for people who are like minded in their life. Experience specifically focused on some of the celebrity collectors. What's the blake lively story. How did she become such a brand of angeles your work. She's just a very kind Talented person who really really loves the arts and so does her husband and She was filming a movie Down here in new orleans. Years ago. And i feel comfortable telling you this because she. She's already told the story. I like privacy. You know with my collectors but She came in and and she you know she. She got it she she. She loves my art work. She loves color and She's very much a lady and very much a woman of her word. And it's just been very very good to me over the years here. Fizzy ask about my working as an artist. So you know that that magnetism can happen with anybody that walks into your world collector one partnerships with big brands and institutions including forty works in diane. Von verson berg's flagship store and being artist and resident at new york fashion and creating eight portraits for christians. Out of show. One would think companies like rolex don't just collaborate with anyone so what about your work your brand your presence. Do you think attracts the fashion industry in particular. I think because. I'm an enthusiastic self made woman and when you put somebody out there who is created their own business understand what they wanted the consumer it it. It sends a message. And you know i. I have built my brand. I have put myself out there. But i am also a consumer and I work hard for the things that i love. I mean it's it's also you know the things that i do. I do with enthusiasm. I do them with gratitude and I think i think that energy is really infectious I also work my ass off. I work quickly. Work my team and When i'm giving a huge opportunity up from a billion dollar global corporation. I work myself to death to make sure that i not only produced but produced and i blow their doors off. I mean i live for that moment when they go. You did what you did all this. You made these tedious. I mean. I've walked into unions corporations and they've gone. Have you done this war. And i'm going no and they're like wow you you put together something that our entire graphic he would take them a month You know it's all about earning that opportunity. Nobody's ever given me anything. So i've had to work for it now. You posted on instagram on february. Twenty four th that only thirteen point. Seven percent of living artists represented by galleries. In europe and north america are women is that because women are being shutout or are disincentives to enter that field for women or some other reason in your opinion. That's that's a. That's a serious Heavy conversation to be had. I back from this great Instagram feet called art girl. Rising and you know it's kind of like what even when i was in nevada kid looking at the largest privately held our collection in the world and i asked the woman. Where's the art by women. And she looked at me and she said there is none. There's no art created by a woman in the largest privately held art collection in the world. i don't know because for so long women weren't really allowed to express themselves creatively history. I don't know because of our own country. Women were combined to being in the home or secretaries or nurses. I don't know because we're just now in this unbelievable awakening of diversity often and being able to put yourself out there and use all this american freedom that we have. But what i know. Is this the more female artists that go out there. And that that make their money that are putting themselves out there The more power we have over the other female artists that are being paid and You know this goes along with artists from diverse backgrounds in our country. I mean it was just a few years ago at our pairs that i started to see paintings of women of color. I started to see you black artists that were being brought into these Art fairs Look now the right time to be an artist. I think a lot of this has to do with social media and You think social media you know you can control your own methods you can control what your putting out there. And the there's talent at again it every human being expressing their own version of their life that creates this unbelievable web of creativity that were living in marks and Know i'm not as smith and i. I'm not a negative person. I'm not gonna sit around and talk about the fact that you know. Oh no. they're not letting women. And no i'm gonna work really hard and and You know. I'm building the pyramid right now. I wanna have a huge foundation. I wanna have a space where i can showcase female artist and You know artists from diverse backgrounds artists from underrepresented communities. I wanna have a proper rack and do that. And the harder at work and the more money i make more power and control. I have over that. So i'm on my business and work hard and stop that paper up instead of sitting around and whining about it. I'd do something about it a lot of people in ordinary times but especially at a time like this have a story or a narrative playing in their head. I have to ex wires to get famous. I have to do xyz to be successful. And i can't win until xyz happens to me but you seem to have a take a bull by the horns approach if you could speak to run background in somewhere else there. Go well if you could speak to your earlier self about taking action getting off your chair of perhaps pity insecurity demoralization putting your vervins action. What would you say to that. Young artist newer in her career. Listen here's the thing you you've got to start off by you know. Success is so relative. I can tell you right now but success in my career. I feel the same way right now. And i sell a painting to somebody that i have to refer to as her excellency as i did when housewife with by one of my paintings. Fifty dollars twenty three years ago. When i got that fifty dollars. I can't tell you how good that felt. And that felt like success. Because i earned it on my own. You got to enjoy the moment that you're in. You cannot always be looking forward to something else. If you set a goal to be able to have a career where you can pay your rent. Buy groceries and buy art supplies. Let me tell you you are successful. That is the beginning of your success. You must find out how to be your most prolific. You must find out who your audience is. You must have that strong. Inner voice of i believe in me. Everything's gonna be okay. I i sent an email to that. Nobody email me back. But that's all right. I emailed them. I mean three call today. You know if your mission is to get into galleries will get them as a business relationship. They work for you if they believe you. Ask them to. Purchase art fifty percents. That you're going to keep track of your inventory business person and respect yourself and be kind to yourself. You're the only person you'll spend. Every day of your life with your success will begin with like healthy inner monologue so that you can deal with the rejection. The world is going to serve you. You are going to get rejected. They are gonna tell you cannot do it. Yeah must say i will succeed. I can do this. Start off with the goal. Like i wanna make two hundred dollars this week. I wanna make two hundred dollars. How can i get creative with my marketing. How can i find out who my audience is. you know. start with that with that. It's a little no one's to gratification. Instant gratification gets you drunk high or pregnant. Putting percentages of your sales back into the culture namely around the current pandemic recession and those relief efforts include. The art can at new orleans. Children's hospital new orleans women and children. Center project lazarus and other. Things has your financial plan for the year. Had to change a lot to make those things happen. No no because. I was simply making the nations based off how much my collectors. We're supporting me. And i hope that i would be able to do that. I mean being able to Take care of my team. Make sure that everybody was able to pay their bills. And and i keep everybody exactly where they were before. This dimic I had to restructure my marketing. A little bit And putting some smaller pieces out. I just kind of automatically assumed that because of the nervousness within the economy People would would be more likely to be drawn to things or the lower price point at this time and i was already doing spring. Smalls really so you know. I was blown away by the support. That my collectors have giving me over the last two months and yeah i mean Right now we put over a hundred and fifty thousand dollars back into the community to say. These are pretty strange days. What's making happy or inspiring. You're making you laugh right now I love sunshine I love. I love seeing my collectors. Happy i love my dog I love binge-watching shows with my partner. I love cooking. I'd have some of my best friends who are in my team. What i call it. we've been spending long weekends together and It's been really nice but I mean this has been a really stressful Very high anxiety period. For me. And i have to say the last two and a half months have probably been the most challenging of my career emotionally in cages. And they didn't make within my company and hiring chief executive officer and Making goals for the growth. That i wanna have and Realizing my strengths and weaknesses and You know i'm. I'm excited to start some new corrections soon. So you know that you've been listening to the thriving artists podcast and educational feature of the clark ealing's fund for visual artists. If you've enjoyed this program be sure to subscribe to new episodes and review your experience on itunes spotify or wherever you tune in for more information on ashley's work visit her website ashley longshore dot com or look her up on instagram for information on the clark healing spun visit clark healings dot org. Thank you for listening. Thanks again to jerry's arte rama and thank you ashleigh. It's been really great having thank you so much for the opportunity to.

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DNB: Tom Cruise's Pro-Mask Publicity Stunt, Ron Johnson's Hearing On Election Irregularities, Santa & Mrs. Claus Accused of Exposing 50 Children To COVID, Nefarious Philanthropy, & Vaccine Stickers!

The Propaganda Report

34:29 min | 10 months ago

DNB: Tom Cruise's Pro-Mask Publicity Stunt, Ron Johnson's Hearing On Election Irregularities, Santa & Mrs. Claus Accused of Exposing 50 Children To COVID, Nefarious Philanthropy, & Vaccine Stickers!

"Welcome to the drive time. News blast thirty minutes forty five commercial free minutes patrons. Jam packed with news of the day from a perspective of truth. Liberty and justice. This is monica perez. I'm brad weekly our top story. Wisconsin senator ron. Johnson is initiating an investigation via a hearing today into the twenty twenty election and click through only to foster his team. This team and i do not think ken starr is a straight shooter high. Just don't think so. But i did it was. He was somewhat redeemed in my eyes when i read this paragraph in the washington post that senator mitt romney had urged the hearing today not to take place quote. I don't think we have the resources to do investigations. The resources congress controls trillions of dollars. And they have almost no jobs at all. This is actually in the constitution. Don't have the resources to do investigations nor do we have the constitutional mandate to make judicial decisions. So i don't see the purpose of a hearing other than to stir up controversy. See what he did there. We don't have the constitutional mandates make decisions but they do have the constitutional mandate to verify to validate the electoral votes. So on january. Six they will fall to congress and senate to decide whether this is legit or not or how. Who's the president. That is where the power lies. Now whatever the details of course the way they word these things kind of like the hunter biden investigation for tax regularities and like. Oh how about billion dollar bribes. That might come up with something tax regularities. I have no idea. Yeah there's no matter. They have the resources he came out yesterday. And i don't know his exact wording but he he expressed that trump should accept the loss from what they were saying. Anyway and maybe that's him. Maybe this is more of him doing that. And trump had came out and said it's too early to to accept defeat that's what he expressed. I think they should absolutely look into it. I'm glad they're doing as well rand. Paul was i ran paul again. Today was a russian control by putin because anytime rand paul says anything. He's the top trend on twitter because he's rushing controlled by putin and what he said. was he said voter. Fraud happened and allow the election was stolen in many ways. russian russian. yeah. That's something russian thing to say putting the putin's propaganda out there putting congratulated biden. If i read that right you never know. But he congratulated him before. Mitch mcconnell did that sounds right. That was a snoops mitch. Mcconnell shouldn't these. I'm not sure if the senate mitt romney's senator i think it's congress itself that certifies the electoral on january sixth by. I don't know the answer to that. Well the role on the six they have to decide to accept the electors. And they're going to have the competing electors now of course on the left. They say that those aren't going to be able to do anything on the right. They say well there is. They could potentially do something. So there's gotta be questions over the role that mike pence has to play and what is power actually is because some are saying his role is symbolic when it comes to what he's able to do to accept electors from one side the republicans or electors from the other other say he actually has more power to to actually. Maybe make those republican electors carry. Wait do we know though. All it says here. I'm looking at the constitution. The congress may determine the time of choosing the electors and the day which they will give their votes which happened some fourteen which they shall be the same throughout the states. But i don't see where it says. How they should verify were validated. Except for its it does have a reference to the twelfth amendment and i did see people talking about the twelfth amendment. Should i read it aloud or is that a time okay. The electors shall meet in their respective states vote by ballot for president and vice president. One of whom at least shall not be an inhabitant of the same state with themselves. They shall naming their ballots. Person voted as president and in a distinct. 'bout person voted for vice president. And she'll make distinct lists of all persons voted for as president blah blah blah. They shall sign and certify. Transmit seal to the seat of government of the united states stretch to the president of the senate president of the senate shell in the presence of the senate and house of representatives open all the tickets and the vote sheldon be candidate the believe. This is january six. The person having the great number of votes for president trump be president if such number majority of the whole number of electors appointed and if no person have such majority than from the persons having the highest numbers not exceeding three on the list of those voted whereas president thousand representatives shelters immediately by ballot the president but in choosing to present the boat shelby taken by states the represents to representation for each state having one vote. A quorum for this purpose shall consist of a member or members from two thirds of the states and a majority of states shall be necessary to a choice so two thirds of the states have to be represented and then a majority of all the states so fifty percent of the total number of states. So that's whatever twenty six. This has been messed with lot. Even that amendment has been amended which was kind of well after the electors or read at congress. There is an opportunity for an objection so anyone can stand up and they can object to the states. Vote on any grounds and the presiding officer will only hear the objection if this objection is in writing and signed by both a member of the house and a member of the senate and if there is such a joint request and the joint session suspends and the house and senate go into separate sessions to consider it for the objection sustained. Both chambers must agree to it by simple. Majority vote if they do not agree. The original electoral votes are counted. Johnson might object. He's from wisconsin. Michigan should objects. but if they don't have a senator from a republican senator than that. They're not gonna get that. But i guess if it's leffler or purdue one of them should object on behalf of georgia but if it's wore knock warnock i said wore nick the other day. Yeah because it was a listener whose yes similar. I apologize for that. I took note for sure. I understand completely but yeah so i guess it'll. It'll come down to that. But this says the they're they're counting. The electoral in the electoral votes were so cast. So i think i think the objection would be the only way to go and finding that senator to also checked is but we're this debate is senator. I bet transient comes up with anything here that he might be he might be. The guy was up guys with such uncertainty in the world. Right now the best way to have true security is by growing your own food and neighbors feed and seed in smyrna georgia. They got you covered the offer garden supplies vegetable plants chicken feed bird feed farm supply everything. You're gardner farm. Needs even host a farmer's market on saturdays from ten. Am to four pm and right now for propaganda portless oli. They're offering ten percent of all online purchases at neighbors feed and seed dot com just type in coupon code prop zero all caps check out and if you have any questions give them a call at six seven eight six five three eight eight three eight. Did you hear about tom cruise. No i used to love tom cruise. Why don't think you're gonna like him very much. After this store i'm cruises latched another mission. Impossible two days filming another mission impossible. And that's where. This story occurred onset during the movie. There's audio tom cruise lose it. And he shouts down. This is what they're saying. Is this this scenario anyway. Could just be him in a recording studio screaming things out for all we know. He is allegedly yelling at crew members on the new movie the new mission impossible movie because he spotted them. Not wearing a mask he screamed. You can tell it to people who are losing their effing homes because our industry shutdown. It's not going to put food on their table or pay for their college education. That's what i sleep with. Every night tom cruise at. That's what i sleep with every night. The future of this effing industry. Sorry i am beyond your apologies. I have told you a now. I want it and if you don't do it you're out. We are not shutting. This effing movie down. Is it understood if i see it again. Your effing gone and my clear. Do you understand what i want. Do you understand the responsibility that i have. Because i will deal with your reason. And if you can't be reasonable and i can't deal with your logic you're fired that's it. So he continued to go onto. This is on the set of mission. Impossible seven this was like a dramatic. Tom cruise seen any movie that tom cruise. Tom cruise has a rant a speech where he goes off on a. Yeah every movie and this like this and when you read this setup there was a couple of guys apparently looking over a computer that had their mass kind of down and that just set. Tom cruise off. He launched into this thing. Maybe a couple of gaffer's or editors or something that he's just belittling in front of everybody if that if this is even real at all elliott angelina jolie wasn't he was yelling. He's yelling at somebody who has far less power than he does. This is an intimidation move signals to me is if you want to work in hollywood. Then you're going to wear a mask. And they don't even have to mandate it didn't have to be a government mandate because you just saw high was biggest stars undress. Some crew members be probably never spoken to crew members before because they're not even allowed to look him in the eyes but in this instance he takes yeah. He takes the time to address the crew members. Because they're not wearing a precious mass. Well is another part of this overarching propaganda campaign to scare people into masscare people into vaccines. You know why that triggers me at like beyond mike. Pascet handle it. Why because the reason people are losing their homes is because of these insane policies and he is and the people are wearing. The masks would never have have supported these life destroying policies because the science doesn't support it. That's why they're not wearing masks but to act like the people who are not accepting this delusion are the ones who are creating the problem because there's a correlation between mask wearing and stopping the spread. I'll tell you i have a. I didn't know you were going to say that. But i have a story front pages. The wall street journal today. Nigerian jihadists reemerge with mass abduction. They took three hundred and thirty three. I'm sure there's some significance in her boys from an all boys boarding school of eight hundred people and kidnapped them and people are worried about them. And i'm saying okay. They have eight hundred kids living together. They just three hundred and thirty three kids. They're not like locking down and masking up. I wonder what the death rate in. Nigeria is of cove head. Okay do you want to know. Roughly how many people have died in this country. Covert three hundred thousand in nigeria. Only twelve hundred people have died of covid so maybe their country is whatever like one hundred and one hundred fiftieth size or something of our country. Maybe it's not. It has two hundred million people in the country. It's more than half the size of this country. They should have even just to be matched with us. And our filthy maskless scofflaws. They should have andrea and fifty thousand people. And it's so. And i'm in california where they've been lockdown since saint patrick's day and they're still freaking surging and it just infuriates me. Because there's absolutely no correlation with that. All he is talking about is is is beyond. Virtue singling signaling. It's obeisance obeisance. It's a It's the ritual. It's the rendition. I think they call it. Oh you can tell. At least it's sheer. Seems this way to me when i listened to the audio and listen to it later. And tell me if you agree. It seems pretty obvious that he's wearing a mask that he's shouting through during this little rant that he's on it has to hear it kinda muffled a little bit what has what has surely or it wouldn't work because he'd be spreading droplets. He had people audition to be his wife through knowledge. Iw which which round katie holmes. maybe. I'll no katie holmes. Maybe rogers i think had a bad experience with rogers. I think she high tails it out there right away nicole. Kidman supposedly comes from a family like that kind of eyes wide shut family. They're were both in eyes wide. Shut her dad's supposedly died mysteriously and he was the the conspiracy theory behind. It is that he was the psychiatrist who was supposed to keep victims of this ritual child-sex-abuse quiet and unlike white balloon day. A bunch of them came out and he just whatever fell down. A sim flight of stairs in a hotel like her story is super weird and she stayed with him ten years to the day which supposedly was their agreement and then katie holmes. Just couldn't couldn't get the ted penelope cruz. I think was also in the running. That's a lot of auditioning. He's an interesting person if you look into his background in the scientology scientology is a weird town. I don't know enough of the details about to go into it right now. We could maybe do later show on that. I did always like him. I don't like him at all. Good actor. I like some of his movies but i'm not a huge fan of nearly fifty children in georgia in the same same theme that we're going on here. Were exposed to covid. Nineteen after santa and mrs claus test positive the most predictable story in the country. We knew this was going to happen now. Kids are afraid of santa claus. This is a way to affect children. Because part of the problem is that they think children are going to be super spreaders but now the santa has it. Kids are going to be worried. Ever since getting know the people and products at true science i have made. Cpt products a highly rewarding part of my life for muscle. Rub to body lotion. Cbd oil and my absolute favorite gluten-free. Brownies i have incorporated. Cbc products since my own approach to personal well-being to find out more about cb products in general and true ham science products in particular including their latest offering of gumy's check out their website request a free personal consultation at true him science dot com slash prop report. And this happened in long. County georgia in the school system has asked parents to keep children who were exposed because of santa or who show symptoms at home until after the new year even though classes are still going on there so that did have consequences going to see santa. My favorite part of this article. Is that the long county commissioner chair. Robert parker is quoted. As saying i've personally known both santa and mrs claus my entire life. You're wanting they would have never knowingly done anything to place any children endanger. That's so awesome. Us gradually saw santa wednesday. He used to sleep on the couch. They're just like we're not enough beds for all the kids. 'cause now he was not. I don't know why. I mean so for years after like i saw santa i mean i probably was a true believer for a long time. I keep every time i see today. That bezos ex wife was in the news for having given away four billion dollars. And then i was like wow. That is a lot until i saw that. She's worth sixty seven but byron was sure right when he pointed out that they're closing retail down. Just in time for christmas he was talking about france. We're probably still they. Those countries didn't always move towards cashless society credit cards online. The way we have. I think that's why they have to jump start them and that would be just a whole 'nother place for amazon to explode with new growth. But that's when i knew they were saying they're original. Argument is like two weeks some flat in the curve. The original argument was that if we close down like the three weeks around thanksgiving we can open up again for christmas. We're doing this to save our christmas season. And of course they're going to extend it. They're not going to save the christmas season. they're just destroyed killing it once and for on every reads the ports that basis is is made bank of all this. I saw that story didn't know who she was at first. And then who is this person who has as much money to give away and then i clicked on the article. Oh jeff bezos ex wife. Oh yeah and i guess. She had the stock as part of the settlement. You cash it out or anything so her fortunes have almost doubled as well as wish. I would have married him man. That's quite a quite a chunk that she got from that. It's anyway so of course. She joined the giving pledge by buffet and gates so that the money gets directed to worlds shape being literally. Right i think they say world shaping causes this big philanthropy thing. I've got more on it. I don't get into it but it is absolutely coming. That is how the world governments going be formed. they changed tack. It's not going to be world government. That's like presence stacey abrams. It's going to be world governments. Chairwoman stay. I love when people fail to see the the influence of that type of stuff the the philanthropy over the people they donate money to as though somebody would give someone or some organization or some movement a billion dollars and then just say do what you want with. It will leave you alone. do what you want was. I've talked about the norman. Dodd conversation with g. Edward griffin where they talk about getting into the carnegie foundation files and stuff and finding how they manipulated us to get into world war one that was part of the reese commission which was an investigation into tax foundations by the house. Unamerican activities committee it actually that whole thing had started was cox commission. Originally cox was the people. Wsb the ancestor. Whatever was governor and also a senator so they what they they concluded. And i have a book called taxes and foundations by rene wurmser. Who was the lawyer. Norman diva's researcher and they absolutely concluded that they were engaged in un-american activities and that their firepower was greatly enhanced by their tax exempt status and that unlike an individual which in law. I don't know if you remember this. I there's a rule against perpetuity is so you can't leave money to your kids and your grandkids and your grandkids and your grandkids and control. How they use it. You can't control it from the grave. But it's foundations can't and they actually suggested a rule against foodies to apply to foundations. And and the thing just got shut down there was intimidation blah blah but big philanthropy has been a back door to multiplying the dollar influence of these families and they are not for altruistic purposes. Any more than rockefeller giving out silver dimes. West with this global civil society is that they talk about the great reset is philanthropy among other things. Business corporations controlling the world shaping the world. They openly talked about it in their papers and their discussions. And it's not a see it's not the more look at it so hard to get your mind around their flowery language about how they want always minorities always third world countries always women. The imf put out a blog post today the head of the imf that you've shown me clips of her saying we have to help these third world countries. We can't just get back to the way it was before we need to use this opportunity to totally shape. The world that it has destroy has really setback. And i can't help but but think that the great respect is about resetting to zero. She talks about how women have lost so much ground because they've had to return home and and they also have jobs the poor people all this stuff and if i looked at that side by side with my nigeria story where they only had twelve hundred deaths they had a tiny tiny is nothing. I mean the that could be a rounding error that could be a categorizing. It couldn't possibly be the sickness that's crippling men. They probably have sicknesses like that all the time it must be. The policies orchestrated by people. This cannot be in their interest. This is about something else but it's so hard to get my mind out of like. They say they're trying to help. People and i don't like the way they're doing it but maybe they are trying to help people. They're not trying to help people. They're trying to control the world and she's proud she might be too dumb to know it which is why she would be in that position. But it's there's a bigger picture. I think it's about control and absorbing all surplus resources not only for the wealth of it but also so that no one else has any control any say. No one can pull a ron paul. Nobody can be an educated voter truly represented in the halls of power yet. It's unfortunate because there are sure. There are many philanthropy organizations. Probably not ones. That are as big as he's super mega ones. That actually have good intent. But you can always hide behind that. And somebody who is an evil supervillain is not going to talk about how they're going to dominate the world. Because they're nevil supervillain they're gonna use flowery language to hide bein- it's amazing that you would say that because usually i wasn't going to get into the whole big thing but there are these competing when i was reading that jesus article talked about these people who want to reshape charitable giving and are lobbying for laws to make charities. Give out more money. And i said you know. I saw wall street journal article yesterday. Saying something about the these. These philanthropies are up to no good an put the pieces together and what they're trying to do what the big big philanthropy is trying to do through. Congressional action is target donor advised funds. Which is the small money is small philanthropy and it's trying to get them to have to distribute their money faster than they want to and there are these laws that you had to distribute like five percent of your money to retain charitable status. But that's when a normal return was like seven percent but with near zero interest rates. You don't wanna give out a lot of money right now that you can't make up by investing the funds you wanna kind of like give out a little bit less than you earn you. Want to keep up with inflation and give up the surplus. Maybe less a little bit so that you can keep it going in perpetuity. These it the wall street journal suggests that these that these new laws that are being proposed by big philanthropy is trying to drive little philanthropy or out of the scene and that is also suspect. Big shoutout to liberty gear dot net. An online store filled with masks shirts. And even some cool posters including protests gear such as the obey cya up and flatten the allies masks. And lots of other. Funny weird stuff to lighten up your day even if you wouldn't choose to wear a mask. Many businesses and governments require them might as well use the device to reach out to like minded people in your community and make them smile at the same time. Even if you don't want to buy anything right now look through the merge chances are there's something there that will give you a much needed laugh in this crazy world and if you're looking for something you don't see keep in mind. They love new ideas and they take requests for custom gear. Just email them through the site so please support a fellow liberty lover and propaganda report fan. You probably know and love and get ten percent off all merchandise with the promo code propaganda. All lower case only at liberty gear dot net. Yeah people are bad at being. Criminals look like criminals and get caught and ended up in jail. people who are good at being criminals. Recognize that you have to blend in with society and appear to be not a criminal. Well it goes beyond that. They're so good that they leverage the holes of power for money for tax exemption for their intelligence for their operations. Think about that. If you are own a big oil company and you have foreign interests that you might have to negotiate with the foreign elected officials it better to just pay off a couple of politicians to send the us army over there. Yeah you're far more likely to get robbed by nun than you are. Someone who has ripped torn jeans. Dirty long scraggly hair. Maybe hoodie on it. Say someone who looks like a non. I'm saying if you're a criminal and you want people to not look at you at all or suspect that you'll do anything then put on nuns outfit. Yes but an actual none. I would say the crime rate among nuns versus dudes point. My point is the people that we are analyzing. And that's my father always taught me no. I was just clarifying that. It's not it's looking like a not being so my father used to always tell me. I will not send a cop to go get you if i if i am picking you up. I'm picking you up. And if a cop comes up and says that i sent him he's lying. Don't believe it. I just like a one time. I got off a bus. I was taking a bus far away. I was twelve years old. And i got on the wrong bus. I guess and i was ended up in the wrong place and my mother sent the cop like the port authority cop to get off the bus and he saw me getting off the bus and he said are you monica and i put my head down and i kept walking and he was just like. Hey little girl. I'm talking to you. And i was like and he literally had to interfere with me and i was just like my father told me. Never talk to strangers. Like i'm a policeman. I sure suri are so. I guess he same page with that policy sade again he he and your mom. He didn't tell your mom that. So your mom did send my mom's always been a little bit more of a norm but the cop did get me. Yeah i wouldn't. I would only go with him to the place though i wouldn't get in this car. I was just like whatever. I will follow you into that building. But that's a well something that we anticipated is finally arrived with the vaccine. And that is your. I got my cove nineteen vaccine sticker. Georgia you officially the cdc and prevention. They're encouraging employees and employers to print stickers and to give them to their workers who have been inoculated the cdc is urging this and the cdc released to release designs of these two stickers. What is orange one is white. They both say. I got my covid. Nineteen vaccine with an exclamation point and they have little. There's a little band-aid going one way. It's v to bandaids connected together in the shape of for v of covid. Yeah and or vaccine one is one is Has a check on it and the other is just a regular blue band aid. We should we buy a roll of those. I think maybe we should start selling them so we can have startled little black market operation. I wonder if you're allowed to sell those that. That's an interesting question. Would we make stickers like that and selden legally yes. So here's the thing i i think. A lot of people think that this bug was going around last year. So i thought maybe we were all exposed to it already. I want get nancy body test. Because if i can prove have antibodies for it or like anything because like any cold might leave. Antibodies that pass their antibody tests. So i went to look where. I don't want to get a test to see you know test. I want to get nancy body test. Do you need it where i am anyway. You need a prescription to get an antibody. Tests really need a reason. Is that nuts so you can get covid test. But you can't get a test that might give you an argument that you're immune but even say that. The immunity only lasts three months. I know but they just changed the rules of their dumb germ theory. Because then why did you ever get a mumps vaccine. Oh because this is different right. Why why is this different. Why does this happen to be different. This happens to be the big one and it happens to be different like that right well. Everything's knew about the new and unexpected is what they tell us and this propaganda campaign that we're continuing to see along with these stickers. There's an event a virtual event georgia today with doctors. That are talking about the safety of the vaccine. All this these are not. There's also the african american targeted vaccine propaganda was really sow cheating out. She came out and he was talking about how he was specifically addressing the african american community because as as a a black guy who asked him the question about it and it was clearly a stage thing that he did get. They're reading a script but foul. She talked about how one of the women in his lap his lab. We worked in his lab and happened to work on the vaccine. He talked about it like it was just. Can you believe it. A black woman worked with me and my scientists on the vaccine. It's a free. I mean it was really. That was the end of the story. It seems rather relevance of. It was too because louis farrakhan is coming out saying. Don't take that cracker vaccine so you with a cracker vaccine. Is he saying that. lewis fair. come out and say that. Because here's the thing. I wonder if they are actually. So they're really targeting minority communities particularly black people. So are they doing that for the same reason they always have because they feel like those are people who have less power less credibility less resources to fight if they get injured. Maybe they're much much more likely to be on like an obamacare approved program. You know what i'm saying. It is quite possible that they are being targeted for an affair. Ius reason see. That's the thing goes back to the imf stuff and everything they always say. It's good good good. These are people whose whose history has been riddled with caring about the least powerful individuals right. And when you target groups that are in situations where they can't get the the health care or the can't they. They could end up getting sick for other reasons. It could then be blamed mccullough which be used to just file the stuff if you want to find out more about that. Massive propaganda operation. That's going on right now. You can check out our rock video that we deconstruct on foreign relations panel discussion where they are talking about this very thing how to target minorities how to target different groups of people in the ways they go about targeting them with us vaccine push. It's a guy who's like head of the anti-racism league or something who's been hired by them to attack. Antibac- sers yeah. They've just totally conflated the issues absolutely as video video deep dive as well so check that out in the patriot fifteen. I would like to hear what you had to say about. Trump considering pardoning the silk road founder. I have stuff to say about that. And i also want to tell you what i have to say about scott auto and happy days reunion had no idea that was going to be happy days reunion. Well i don't think they told scott either you guys can find your on news blast near the proper dot com or your favorite podcasting platform of the propaganda report. 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"Hey it's podcast. We're in talks duties. Yo this third attempt to be cold this catch. Can we keep up. Here we go. We're fighting the fourth. So hey guys we are live. We're going to be on facebook live. It probably won't work all right so if you catch this little little bit here. Here's my recommendation to you. Stop doing don't do it. You're not going to be able to comment. it's not gonna work. It's unless for some magical reason. Yeah it would be magic jack. Frost legit a magical snowman. Check michael keaton rate jack frost. Yeah like looking for some magical reason if it works then great but if it doesn't just don't watch it and it will be live at the once we're done. Facebook will rendered all of the all of the glinting dole render the video like a good fat like a bear fat hard really hard fat like a fag. Ol- zehr jimmy ed bare facts render the fat on me render wants you to render them beans on facebook will render it and you'll be able to watch seamlessly. We just won't have the interactive features. But hey guess what. Just be all rendered. Oh you can just. We're recording now from two hours from now it's way later than we wanted to be here at all. Uc we'd be like like home pretty soon. Here yeah oh yeah Just text me jerry. That we ever phones. I meant that way if you're around if you know my number you can't even hear this though that's literally just got a text right now. I don't think it's anything over talking so yes. I think we're starting from scratch. So if you've heard this before i apologize but we apologize we are. We missed like a couple of weeks there So many weeks two or three weeks harvest so many weeks harvest was upon us And we got super busy and we just haven't had like rain days or anything like that and everything's just been ready all at once. Conditions out there are not ideal so we've been hit pretty hard so that's why we're running behind. Yeah life takes over you know and your life apparently is more important than everyone else's what it is. It is what it is. So we're here now. We are going to do a bunch of noose. We're gonna do what we're watching. We're going to have a lot of fun and we had a fun little activity that happened. I went to casey's on the way here. We don't need to hear the copy story again. I tell you what if i'm gonna talk about casey's before that we forgot. Let's talk about our tick-tock. We have a tic tac. So i started to talk a longtime ago and i on air. If you listen episodes ago tens of episodes ago a year ago really. I told chris that i started to talk. And i'm gonna do this thing. He takes the talk and he's like no. I'm not going to let china infiltrate my life. I'm not gonna do this tick-tock thing and he just belittled me about well. I continued. I prevailed if you will because at the end of the day. Chris found tick-tock. Yes and realized. It's the greatest thing known to human beings and just immediately did it better than ever. And he did he came on. I shared our tic tac account. The snarf talk account. If you get on talk and you searched snarf. Doc you will find us. It's a shared account. Chris and i both Post videos regularly as regularly as we can. But chris got on there and he started throwing out some videos that are top notch and they've made me laugh a lot In i enjoy them. So if you are on ten is jerry's got some Absolutely killers out there too. I got my favorite one is. Is that kate nash. Like when you're cutting the grass is that's supposed to be kate. Nash or i have no idea who some random coming grasp. I don't know who that is but struck a chord with me. The whole i did that because i was it serious like amy will mow the lawn every once in a while but i know joke will watch her out the window. You gotta go on to talk to understand what we're talking about but I have a problem. Letting amy cut the grass. Because i want it done a certain way either way when she's done. The grass is mowed. It's shorter than it was before. That's the idea right. Yeah but i will watch her. Do it it that way. I don't know why you're turning all the time like you know could have done it a little slower you know why joan so fast. I want you to do something tomorrow when it's daylight out here. Okay i want you to come back to the studio and drive around and see the job. Somebody did mowing the yard boy. It's i don't even know boy how it can be accomplished that somebody could mow. Anything is poorly as this yard motive. Poorly poorly wurley are video is live. It does not work Vic commented nope nope. I wanted to stop and say congratulations. Victor thank you for pointing it out now letting you because he just had a little baby girl he did penny. Penny rose analogy pini. Lope nope nope you say like mexican people say peanut meal like pay neil penal crews penelope cruz penelope pena lope. They don't say that you made that. No i didn't say that it's penelope I love the name penny. no absolutely. it's it's a killer it did kill me. I crumpled to the frontal still skin. I crumple still skin to the floor. As i read the name we had a little discussion in our. Take one on this podcast. I just think it. It can't be ignored what we talked about how we had been on the air and that we screwed the pooch so there's a lot of things like dropped the ball or kick the can but screwed the pooch my friend is saying it's a winner. It's absolutely a winner but it is across the board accepted by all people. You could say it to a child you could say it to a priest. Go could say it to your grandma you go to kindergarten. You're going to go up. You're you're gonna be grandma and your grandma. He really screwed the pooch here. You get all. Yeah he did and then you could send your five year old to kindergarten and he could walk into class and say boy. This is kay he really screwed. The pooch and they'd be they'd laugh. Yep yeah did they. Ever screw the pooch. What does that mean. chris. It means to fucking dog jerry. Screw a dog that somebody had sex with a dog and then somebody looked at that. And they're like wow. Greg really screwed the dog right there. Like he's screwed up because he's buried and i just watched him you know what honestly though i just thought about too. That's the whole word screwed up. Like i screwed up. I screwed up. It's just a pg version of by fucked up. Yeah but it's so common. A child could say. I screwed up. A teacher will say that in kindergarten. Class oop well wait. I screwed up. Hang on a second so commonplace is just replay. It wasn't originally. i screwed up. No it was originally. I asked up. Yeah and somebody just said. I gotta say that in class it under guard glass or a church or sunny. Wait a minute. i can't say the f. word in these things are going to say rude. it doesn't make any sense. None of it makes sense. What makes a word a bad word. I don't get the whole bad word who classified these things as bad words. Well first of all i will say. I'm very both of us really streamline. Pg on this podcast we. We say bad words occasionally to be honest even at home. I don't like the boys to even say like stupid. No no i do not let my children say any bad might not stop it as a bad word. Yep eight is a bad word. We don't any of those words. Absolutely and i don't say him around them. I try not to. That's a very conservative approach. I understand but i don't want them to do that in public. Yeah i try not to. But i have a very like i. I in my normal speaking on a daily basis to normal people. Yeah i swear. Constantly i did to two people everyone to everyone and to people in situations where you probably shouldn't be doing it and you know what my reaction is. Usually i feel like he usually get a pre positive reaction. Do you for people for like if you're talking to a person that like maybe a notch above you like somebody that you should respect right. I don't feel the same way i do. I feel like if you talk to them like it makes you makes them feel more. I don't know it makes you more or less relatable. I can understand the relatable portion to most people But anybody that in my field of work. Anybody that is above me. I i tend not to say bad words around mailer or that type of language. I tried to make my language. More work appropriate. Yeah work appropriate. And i talk differently. I really do around. I will talk differently but the people. I'm around day in and day out at work. I will absolutely speak Way more like derogatory like a british gangster. Yes absolutely like peaky. Binder all the at a chevy chase chevy chase. They always say jason. I don't know what they absolutely do. They don't say british people. Say chevy chase elsa chevy chase. That's a man it's not. It's the man is named after some british street the satter. Yeah look that up. Because i don't believe you chevy chase british no they say oh hell you fucking e the ballad of chevy chase is an english. Ballad catalogued as child battle. One sixty two. Where is chevy chase is a town. It's a city in england. I've known that the it's it's named after a ballad inspired by the childhood nickname in adult. Roy can't raleigh game. And i have no idea but we're going to ignore this anyway. I don't understand the whole thing with with screwed. The pooch any like clearly like antifreeze has clearly bad. it's accepted in like he hump to go. You know people say that and all the time really people said no one. I'm going to start it. Okay well the next thing. We're not tonight a special occasion it's fall harvest season. it is i was at our beloved. Casey's oh that's where all started you went to casey's in you got what i got. Oh pull it out. What is called this sack sack. Can't even really really screwing up it's called the. It's the bud. Light seltzer okay fall. Flannel collects fall. A boy four different. Flavors this is i really feel like a nothing against the whole. Stay at home. Mom thing but i feel like you guys are the ones that created this the fall. The lady aquinas. Her friend had him and it tasted like drinking a yankee candle. So there's four different fall based flavors in the fall flannel collection so tonight as we go through the night. We're going to sample if you will. All of the tastes of fall. The tastes so fall even though it's ten o'clock at night so we're going to be here for a while here waving white girl wasted. We're gonna white girl wasted here. We go. I got my boots on. Our gamma seltzer sir. Hey you're the first one we got is for full disclosure. This is our third. Take of this podcast so we actually already started drinking nice. Yeah i already finished this one actually So our first one. Here is apple crisp. It's crispy look at that. There's a little pocket on the front. Oh it's so aspel crisp joking from we set it on a So we smelled them. It does taste like apple pie. Yeah it smells very much. Like apple pie. It's got a very hard cinnamon tastes like a watered-down apple pie shot. Yeah it's just go to the bar in two thousand and ten and everything that you ever saw was big jugs of homemade apple pie. Shots continually re passing out with ever clear. This happened like ten years ago right or is it more recent no longer ago longer ago because when i deployed that was happening i was like two thousand eight. Six six okay. I was deployed in two thousand six and there were people that got apple pie. Shots sent to them as apple cider. Okay well right after you know after my twenty first birthday sometime in my early twenties is when apple pie became pop was a while ago. Yeah it was the night before twenty two. Remember i just told jerry. One of our friends david who needs to be on the podcast idiot that i have no memory of basically any time in my life before i was about twenty eight years old yesterday. Though it's just all blur it's a blurred. You don't remember me before. Twenty eight now is like a kinsman blur. That's what i call to. Kinsman blur the kinsman blur. Well i want to try different so listen. I one apple crisp that we even said that apple chris yeah Give it a score rate this thing right this bad boy. This is the fall harvest collection to fall flannel collection from seltzer. One out of five or attend one out of ten one hundred ten gives us a score out of ten. I'm going to tell you what for me. And let's just prefaces but we're not ultra fans right. No no no no. We usually drink a good year of some kind. Nice hard light beer. Let me tell you. I like a nice hard beer. A nice hard course light. I get home from a day at the my thick hard watery. Beer malt multi. Hard beer. Had mickey's so a choose a light. Version mickey's yeah. I have out mickey's little grenades. Not bad they're very good actually really good. Why did they such a bad name. I didn't know they did. I didn't know they had a bad reputation. Is like they're known to be like a poor person. It's a malt liquor. It's malt liquor. What's what is a multi liquor compared to like. I think they're similar thing. I don't really know the difference Here's the deal out of ten. I'm going to give the apple crisp a a four. It's not it's not for me okay. Well and i. I like the apple flavor i like. I don't think i could drink too many of these. Although the more. I drink this one. Okay i know you. And i are opposite so the first two drinks ahead of this. I was like oh. Yeah i could get into this. I liked it then after that like that. The first two drinks and then. Don't take a swig though. It's just does not drinking the rest of it. Overpowered me with the cinnamon and the the cold apple taste and i. I didn't like it as much so at first i would have said it was like a six or seven. I'm going to give a five a five okay and that's to give you. We have no frame of rummy up no bearing on any of this stuff. This is the first one we tried. I'm going to give it a five. Let's bring up number two. Yeah i don't know if that's fair or these are random. Low ball grabs. Oh god doesn't look good. Oh no ono jerry. We got we got a problem here. I don't want to drink. This toasted marshmallows toasted marshmallow. Oh i don't like marshmallows. In general this is should never be a drink right. Why why did they make toast. Mer know 'cause it's the fall flannel. it's the land. All toasted marshmallow is the falls ohio. It's a fall farrell collection see. Let's make us more. Yeah if i could make us more into a drain seriously seriously. This is what i would be like like. If you're not talking about the toasted marsh you to eat the mail you got. It's all about now to have the bello. You gotta eat the mo the male jessica got. Jim adjusts go. You're screwing the pooch. Elizabeth has your odds kind of look like toasted marshmallow. Your legs are fulham maller again. Let's try this. One cheers cheers. Wait let me small. Oh yeah we got. What's the notes i get. Oh enough no it comes in a wave smell blind. No no no no. It's smells like burnt. Oh my goodness it holy shit. It's smells like burning like burning tires spots like burnt something. that is such an odd smell. Smell right yeah yeah. I'm not a fan of smell already. I think that we have to drink these. It smells caramelized. It does smell caramelized though. It does of taste like toasted marshmallow to be honest. How is that possible. How do you make something. Smelled like toasted marshmallow. How do you do that. How do you make smells jerry. I was thinking about the other day. Because i wanna make a candle. Don't know how you make smell jerry. I wanna make a candle. That smells like drying corn. I agree it's the best smell adverts like a buttery smell. I don't know how they make us smell though i don't get it. Drying corn is the best smell in the. How do you make a smell. It's almost hard. I don't know. I don't know how you do. There's gotta be a way people do made. This tastes like smell like toast marino. It's all chemically induced fine chemicals. That okay. I understand the chemical attribute of but what do you use to smell. There's gotta be some sort of a machine that smells a smell and says what chemicals up that smell there might be now. But i think before it was just a personal. I've known a little bit about this. Because i bet on the ride calls journey into the imagination at the room. Smell like this burning down to senator. There's this journey imagination with figment. And you go into a small room and they shoot a skunk smell in your in your face. A love skunk sorry toasted marshmallow coming down. Let's try this. let's go. I don't like that okay. First of all i like. That's not terrible but it does not taste like toasted marshmallow tastes like caramel caramel caramel. They'll take your here. That's the correct aid hate that. Are you a caramel guy. Yeah for sure. Doesn't that say psyche caramel. It tastes like caramel like those suckers that you've got an ffa green wrappers caramel apple caramel part like sticky part. I get it oh man. I'm gonna tell you what i find this more drinkable than the apple crisp. It's almost got a coffee flavor to it. Tastes like butterscotch. Yeah like butterscotch toffee butterscotch caramel. I don't know it does taste very festive bike. Holiday like christmas really. That tastes like christmas. It does christmas had a taste. It would be bud. Light seltzer flannel toasted mars. I want to hate everything about this. Wanna hate it but can't hate it. I don't feel like i can. It's not terrible. I don't know jerry. Why do i look like a vampire in that video pale. Yeah we're both pale. i don't I don't want to like us at all. Pembrey everything in me right now feels like i should not enjoy anything about this because when i taste it i'm like i don't i don't wanna like that. I might like. I might like it. You might you might like. I don't know how to explain it other than that. It's not a pleasant flavor. No it isn't. It's very aggressive. Its aggressive but The more you drink it the more you're like man. I remember when i was a kid. Woke up on christmas. You got all these presents like. That's what it makes me. do i wake up. It reminds me of my childhood. It is aggressive though in. It's it's like in your face like hey you know what toasted marshmallows are right there. Wow right there. I remember waking up on my christmas. It tastes nothing like a toasted marshmallow. Right i don't think i was like i don't think that armel you're going to drink it. Trink- kit let's score for. It does coat your mouth. It leaves a film on your on your tongue esa or something you on something in there. Okay so we have to score this And i gave the apple. Chris before and i gave it a five. What the hell man. This is hard. Silly joe biden. What the hand. What the hell man hairy. why league. there's core beg meeded bad. Kim dow but i had a murmur leg hurt. Hurt legs like you know. Kids like harold as white blonde hairy leg hair to step on my legs. Hairy porn pop came up. He said i'm gonna kids harry. You'll be laying. Miss joe roff. That man is our president he is that just happened like on the campaign trail corn pop story. Oh yeah that was. Children that was last year was last year. That's old news chris. Marsh mel. Let's go score. It new gave five. I gave a four to the apple. Chris i really think i over scored the chris before. It was pretty terrible in my opinion. Oh really i think i scored it correctly. I'm gonna give this one a four. I'm gonna give this one a five. Yeah it's gotta be a four. It's less than the apple crates better than the apple. Chris but it's it's not great relievers are so different. I would drink and apple crisp before. I would ever drink this. It's not bad it's just a lot. It's too aggressive. it's a it's like a for a seltzer especially wouldn't sell seltzer. Water down a watered-down flavor. Yeah you get some of flavor and then it goes away. This one is more like. I'm going to attack you with us. Burnt terrible flav. No it's not terrible. So you know. What kind of reminds me of is in harry potter land universal studios statement. They sell butter beer the butter beer. Yeah i haven't had that. It's the best freaking thing i've ever drank in my life. Really it's like butterscotch soda. I love butterscotch candy and you can buy it cold. They have a warm. They've all different ways. Okay but i'm telling you this shit i listen. I thought it was scam. But i wanted to get the butter beer in harry potter. I'm here potter. Fan bucks right for for butter. Beer there leonsis for like twelve twelve hours till exact scott a solo cup full okay with some head on it all It's got a frosty. give me go ahead. It's so fucking good. I don't know why they don't sell butter. Beer in every gas station in america like put universal studios harry potter butter beer. They would be rich. It's the best hairy butter beer hairy butterbur. This kind of tastes like that but not as six. I'm going to give it a six. Oh my gosh if this is what or taste like no do you think it's the greatest thing you've ever. i saying. Think this gently reminds me in a worse way. I can understand that. I can understand where this would be a buttery because the butter beer has that same carmel. Type flavor does have a buttery caramel flavor. I do agree. It's getting better as i drink more. Minds reverting okay. We're gonna meals on her tonight. We're not gonna just only do this. We got two more flavors to go. But we're going do it. We're not chugging these. We're going to do it through throughout the night. There's a heavy feels ecology. There's a coating. There's coffee in their their coffee. Toffee toffee one of the off. That's what it is. What's the difference between coffee toffee. Well coffee is being toffee as a. It's carmello right but shot sugar. It's like a peanut brittle toffee china or is it chocolate. You names just ran the gamut of sweets. What's i don't know toffee as sugar like cocoa and coffee or maybe sugar. Maybe you'll get listen. Tom is made from sugar mixed with milk. Butter and cream plus ingredients such as lemon juice and golden syrup. I don't think. I got one of the few golden syrup toffee that that there's more in it than milk butter and cream right a. What's a golden syrup. Because i feel like that's dirty. Oh larger amounts of butter cream can make sure your softer toffees. That are like car caramels. I like us salted. While komo tuffy cooked to a higher temperature becomes brittle and it's still this is like salted karma carmo carmo caramel. Stop saying that don't say caramel. I literally just spelled that way. But quit saying it. That way. I i have a lesser. Didn't i won't do it. No stop listed. Say that again. Offi is a confection made up caramelized sugar or molasses along with by jiffy. This isn't for the bud light. Celtics we just started. Second it's so funny Toffee toffee bills shit salute. Bullshit is what you're saying anyway. We live that's funny so yeah no talk about. It's i give it a six. I don't mind you're giving into four. I give the apple address before you give it a five. Yes i gave the crafts of five and this one four okay. Let's do one news. Article will finish these and then we can get our next one. Okay so the big news article. That i brought up in take too big one. We're gonna talk about right now. Norm macdonald passed away a couple of weeks ago. I think now and that to me is an absolute travesty Nobody in his circle like the celebrity world even knew he was sick. Nobody knew that he had cancer but he did. And he was battling it for like nine years before anybody ever knew and you couldn't really even tell like in him that he was sick but he continued on he. Didn't you know he was relatively private. Didn't want to let everybody know but he continued doing what he loved to do. Because norm macdonald love to have a joke. Yeah that nobody gap he. He was in front of people in wanted you to feel so uncomfortable. Yeah you know. And i was also wildly funny. I mean absolutely like the more and more and more. I look into nor mcdonald's i feel like he's one of the most funny comedians at you will ever find so. I'm not just saying this. Because like post post humorously what is right posthumously. This is why. I don't trust your car. Girl posthumously why care about gigantic fan of mcdonald's for a long time ever since probably dirty work or maybe even billy madison like before that even. I was a huge fan of him on saturday. Night live. I've watched all of our lives. So is the kid. I started out with him with saturday. Honestly saturday night. Live guy i was. I was watching it very young Mostly over at my friend's house. Thomas lowry shout out. Yeah t. l. the vet. We would watch that and He i think honestly for me. I think he was the best What did they call it a weekend. Update guide there was he. May i love david spade too and the other guys but we always end up uptake. Yeah yeah i think so. But i've always been a huge fan of a standup. I've seen all the specials. Love his dry sense of humor and his just like he just seems like such a nice dude so the measles farmer from town smaller smaller than masan yup from canada. I think back even. Yes so very humble upbringings and he just made his way. Because he's so fricking funny and he's he was very very genuine very nice genuine. Everybody loved him. he was a nice person. He was a genuine person and he came across as as that like everybody that met him met the same person that you saw on tv. So that's rare in hollywood. That's rare when you get involved with like very like i don't wanna say important but like celebrities like big celebrities and norm was a big celebrity because of his comedy and he did an incredible job. If you watch some of his podcast stuff or youtube stuff. He had a youtube channel like live with norm. The jokes that he had on there. They pushed the limit on. Like what you would think would be funny. Absolutely and even just watching his appearances on letterman conan. And stuff like that. I think everybody's been going down the rabbit hole and emc pass away right. Everybody has but he also did some Youtube started doing their own. Live broadcasts of Certain like like big shows like The emmy's in oscars and things like that like award shows and they had norm. Norm was a like alive guy on one of those youtube shows and he came on that show and i. I don't know for sure. Obviously but i think he came on that show absolutely to destroy it purpose like to just tear it down for what it was because he didn't believe in the fact that like we need to be a certain way for tv right. Like i'm not gonna. I'm not gonna be the political norm of what comedians should be for a show so he came on that show and he was just like. I'm gonna do whatever i'm not 'cause youtube can't stop me. Yeah and he came out and he literally said some things like that made me cringe. Like i would listen to him. Say these things to guests. That made me cringe. Like oh boy. If i would've said that and you just sat there staring at him like you get an answer to answer that question in. It's amazing the stuff that he did. That was so cringing but when the best things about it is like he key has this persona being real simple or dumb. But he's wicked smart. You can tell in his jokes. Were so much smarter than what you could tell it. A lot of his conan appearances specifically like how smart. He was every single comedian. That you look at right now or listen to if you could hear them talk about Norm macdonald every single. One of them will say that he was the smartest comedian. You will ever find because of what he did. What he did was so much smarter. There was a joke. I tried to tell like In the last take but it was about cancer and he said you know a lot of people are battling cancer people just play it like die. Find it now. Who cares if we get banned from youtube. Pays us anything youtube anyway okay. Well here's this is like three minutes and fourteen new cares of big toffee comes after us. Well this is three minutes and fourteen. Great okay this is norm macdonald talking about cancer and battling cancer allegations heart attack or a cancer. That's the other thing you know. My uncle burp is my great uncle. But we call uncle bert. He got bala cancer now. He's he's dying of it you know and or like some people like to say now a days a man. Just get sick and die now. It had to wage a battle so my uncle. Bert is waging a pareja battle. Seeing go visit them and this is. The battle is lying in a hospital bed. Winter thing is watching matlock on the battle. Got on the box. Set of matlock was black thing in his bowel. And the reason i don't like it is because the old days they go. Hey old man died. Now they go. Hey he he lost his battle. That's way to end your life. You know loser that guy was. He was raising a brave battle but at the end got kinda cowardly was what happened. The guy break you gotta give it to the ballot cancer. you know. they're either battle. And i'm sure i'm not a doctor but i'm pretty sure if the cancer dies i mean if you've done the cancer also dies at exactly the same time so that to me is not a loss. That's a draw that sir graham fucking wife sweat cancer homemade away and i would have no brave battle when i'm fucking dying. Tell you 'cause. I'm not brave the fucking sickle. Death is over my goddamn. I'm gonna be so coward land. I'm afraid of going on serious wheels. Shit i'm not going to be brave. I don't care how old i ninety four i'll be like. Oh please take. My grandson taught leaving deal with the devil. No it's he's the best. He was the best i was to. There's one that i watched recently. That was him. I believe is on conan in. It was in like the late nineties. Nineteen ninety eight and you know he's saying back then he looks completely different but the guest. He was the first guests so they moves over on the couch. And the next guest in. And it was courtney thorne smith and i remember her. I think she was on like nine to one of those shows. Okay melrose place something like that and she just made a movie. That's why she was on. He clearly had no idea who she was. Yeah and She was lead in the movie chairman of the board. All i saw this with carrot top. Yes and he just like eviscerates her like but like smiling unhappy the whole time and writing about dumb founded lee clueless about like his insults and she. But you couldn't hate it. They played well. And she's like you know he was conducting the interview. Conan was just laughing. He's cnn interview with her and goes what's the name of the movie. She was chairman of the board and he goes. I bet they spelled at board de well but he did that because he was making fun of carrot top absolutely. It was making fun of care. Top was talking about him prior to that interview and saying like how terrible his comedic right prowess was like how boring him as a comedian was and then she conan's like what's the name of the movie and she said chairman of the board and he's like oh do you have anything to say about that. And he said yeah it's probably like a board and the place just blew up. His comedic style is not for everyone. It's not for everybody but it's not. There's nobody else like it. But i'll tell you what you need to look into him if you haven't well i'm gonna tell you what i have. Deep dove was gonna. Leave this for what i've been watching but i watched a bunch of his comedy specials. His comedy specials are golden. I mean they're professional but he also had the show on netflix. Recently within the last two years called norm macdonald has a show. And there's only like ten episodes but it's his late night talk show that he had have. You watched this. Is it with the other guy with no norm. Macdonald had a late night show net flicks like two years ago. Now i don't think there was like twelve episodes. Some of the gas that he had were he had david spade he had he had lorne michaels chevy chase. He had michael keaton. Wow he had An night shamlan. He had a bunch of other people. It is co host is adam e and i'm a big fan of adam egan as well and that's the guy that's on youtube show. Yeah they're they're buddies. I guess this is a must watch. If you're a fan of of of him right it is. This show is completely. It's like we made the show here in this room right. There is nobody paying attention. There's no directors. They just walk in filming from the beginning walking with the they sit down at the table. The guest has no idea that. This is the most rinky-dink operation in the history of mankind. And he just starts randomly talking and asking shit even if it's offensive not offensive. He just starts randomly talking about it. They don't have any structure and he talking points. Guests are completely bewildered every gas hot. They're like what what what do you do. We like this is so redick anna. It's the best thing that he ever did. I think because he's that is norm macdonald. Like that's how he was also comes across in the show how razor-sharp ius like intelligence wise. Yeah absolutely on point all of the time. Yeah if you ask him a question he's already got it in his mind and what he was going to say and you know what another stand out of the All of our great. I i love all of them. I'm gonna watch. I will watch these episodes one hundred times. They're so good. I loved the one. He does with michael keaton because michael. Keaton is hilarious. Also comedian and self earn his early days. That isn't nearly the best. One i mean the david spade one's really funny. Just because i love david spade each you. Turn it around on the test of marshmallow stock. So i i don't know if you have more to say about about nor mcdonnell. It's such a shame. He's he was so young sixty one. Yeah he was just like in his prime. I think feel like he was in his prime right now but i agree specials that show everything going on he really was blowing up on social media and in the cultural world. He was blowing up as being someone huge. But it's so weird that like some it's like the liberty world in the comedic world. Everybody are alleged that he was an absolute legend in just now realizing it. It's funny how certain celebrity deaths just hit. You really hard. I want some. don't right so like this one. The two who that hit me. The hardest recently was anthony. Bourdain okay. he's not a comedian or whatever. He was a chef. Like i loved that guy. Yeah absolutely. I was terrible. That was years and years ago but yeah years and years goes like two years. No i'm just saying. Yeah but anthony. Bourdain hit me really hard and a listener davidson up. Who absolutely should be on the show. I don't know why he isn't i. I also like the biggest. Not the biggest anthony bourdain fan. That's probably david. But when i found out that he died i literally texted david and i was like what the heck like i felt like i was involved in his life and then when i found out norm died norm macdonald. I say norma. As if he was like honest my buddy it was zuber affecting to me Also for whatever reason maybe just because of the horror of the story but kobe bryant thing just really. Oh yeah and i'm not even like i wasn't even a huge kobe bryant fan other than the fact that he was an awesome dude. As far as isn't it weird. I understand. there was some weird shit that happened. Maybe some accusations and stuff. I'm not talking about that outside of that. He was doing a lot for a lot of people and building businesses and communities and helping plot so that one was and it was just a horrible story. Everything that happened with him and his kids with him and the whole thing but yeah. The norm hit one. Hit me really. I don't know just hit me really hard. Isn't it weird. How you can have absolutely. I don't know these people know we don't know any of them. I think that's this. Whenever i first of all but you do feel so attached to these people because of things that happened in your life with them involved with something that you've watched but koby like. I haven't watched that much of kobe. But it you know it's been so apparent in your life. I think for like kevin smith died. That would be a big deal for me. If joe rogan died that would be a big deal for me because their podcasts for for us in general if those people died we would have a real problem with that. It would be something that affected us. Personally it's weird to say that. I understand that and both of us have gone through horrible tragic losses. He's in the last two years. I i'm not. It's not the same as that. i'm not i'm not talking. I'm not comparing these things. I'm not saying nor mcdowell's does hit me the same way as my father dying. I'm just saying like it is weird that you can mourn a celebrity that you never met right. What we're morning is the is their creation your morning the that it's over that there's no more there. There's nothing else that you will ever find of this person and it is very sad and i want people to understand that norm. Macdonald was a phenomenal comic. He's very and if you have never looked into him or watch his stuff. I would tell you right now. You need to look into it. Because i guarantee something he's done. You will enjoy more than you've enjoyed any other comic in recent years. I really do believe that. His last special it's all over net flicks right. Now is great every honestly everything he's done. I enjoy all right. That's enough of that. So yes norm. Macdonald died see talk page rate. We did talk about talk. If you're not following snarf talk on get on crossing of Are you ready for next flavor or should we do another news. I'm gonna do a real quick news thing. There is a reboot of arnold schwarzenegger's nineteen ninety-six movie eraser. I love that movie. I loved eraser. You know what i had a video game a. Pc video game of eraser. It was a demo right. I never had the full game. But i had a demo of racer the video game and all it was was. You're far back. And there was a house like multi-storey mansion and you a thermal scope on you were like looking through the walls finding the heat signatures of the bad guys. That had cons. You could see the had guns and you're shooting them with like a. I can't remember the name of the town but it was some kind of a like nine wasn't just like a regular. Just a bullet. No no it was like a pneumatic rail. Gun or something and you're a shooting them like through these walls and killing them in. that was from. That wasn't a racer demo. So i remember a racer came out. Yeah so in ninety six. I would have been nine ten years old and i probably saw ten or eleven years old and i loved it because i was all about arnold schwarzenegger on the on the java. You've the am the guy that you want to watch. This is a pretty good impression. This is a second breast. Arnold schwarzenegger impression i've ever heard of the are you serious. Schaefer does a vessel really for sure right. Okay well either way eraser they've already filmed it. It it honestly it says was secretly shot over the summer so they finished filming the second eraser. Movie that arnold schwarzenegger is going to be in what it's going to be like. I have no idea. I love the first one. The only reason i put it in my news is because because of how much i love the first one and he's very old. Now he's like seventy some years old whole. Yeah all love yeah. This is the game by the way that doesn't like it. I don't know that's not. That's not that's not this just like the beginning. This is nine nineteen ninety seven video game. Okay i'm gonna show you like some of the stuff that you did a this they give you this mission breathing. Okay and it was like a real. Oh it looks like like real video. That was your mouse. And that was the gun. Oh that's sickening. And you're shooting people and they talk about games even on there seemed on their shootout. He's got two guns. This is dead. Yeah that's weird but this isn't the mission with a rail gun. I find that one. It was live video. It was live video going through houses. Shooting people with your house. Does that crazy. Yeah that is relatively fool abuse usa batch. You're stuck your daddy. Oh okay guys. Got watch a video on youtube eraser. Turnabout nine hundred ninety seven game. If you ever saw a video game that people would complain about like looking guy flipped. His hands up washes the great. I wish i could. I could do a screen share. You could watch this though was gonna be great. He's gonna pop up and you're gonna shoot people real time watch. This guy's hands fly up z. Ono love a flash of light going through a room. Goodness got off like twelve bullets before got shot fourteen bullets and then he's still died. Yeah that game would not be approved in today's day and age is like a school shooter. Instructional i good turns out. That's not good either way. But the movie itself i enjoyed. I like the original movie of eraser honestly. Could i tell you much about no. I couldn't. I don't remember that much about it. either. I really i really. Can't i just know that another eraser is coming with arnold sourcing. Hey i'm on board with it. I'm gonna watch that whenever i hear it come out And they secretly filmed all of this stuff. Nobody knew it was happening. They didn't announce that another eraser was coming. They just made the movie and then everybody found out that oh they made another racer movie. Are we already in our in Yeah yeah that's insane that's not. We've not covered anything. Let's hate before you do. Another news. flavor three favorite three gas so excited. I don't know what it's going to be. It looks awful green plaid. it looks like maple pair what that does not even. It looks like i cam. O- maple look at ammo flannel again. This is the fall fiesta. Foll- flannel collection maple bear ready. No it sounds awful. It sounds honestly worse than the whole toasted. The toasted marshmallows not cheers. Golly cheers forget. Smell it oh my god. I don't even understand what that flavor is is that what maple tastes like. I was thinking syrup. Maple tastes like it's i would assume syrup it does have a syrupy smell right. Oh yeah it smells like maple syrup it does. Yeah but where's the pair. It's more like apple than here. The second was better to say nothing but with a slight maple syrup after taste to me. Yeah i get no pair out of this. What does pair even really taste like anyway. Does anyone know does anyway. You know what if what if you were to describe a pair. Yeah please if anyone in this world can describe a pair flee for i love pears by the way what does it taste like the home pair. Why do you like payers. Why do you like it. There juicy ever bitten into a pair. I can give you some juice. juice cares. Are the second best fruit ba. All only because they're juicy. Yeah when they're soft like if you bite into a soft pair. They're really juicy now. You don't want them when they get to old they get real mealy. Yeah they do. Don't like that. I agree with you. They are very mealy But a software or those pair halves that you got in school. I feel like you want them harder though. No no you don't wanna soft soft but when you just said overripe when they're overripe their mealy if i don't hear me leaning has to do with the ripeness does if they're over gripe type you know. There's like a million different kinds of pair you grocery store. There's like twenty pairs there. What are the payers. What does there's a ton of them. Okay tell me one one. Can you tell me one. Most popular paired it. Chris i want you to tell the one type partly bartlett's the mainland barlow is the main when you get into grocery store. That's the main pair. You just didn't look it up what's infrom few now. I'm looking it up. Oh seven types and varieties of pears plus delicious pair recipes. Okay great number one for rally pair. That's the number one. You're wrong this saying that. This person's opinion. It's the best tasting pair not the most problem. The bosc pear bartlett pear number three. Yeah well number three. I'm match hailers. Gold i've had those on. Ju ju that's probably what this made. Asian pairs of had all kinds of pears. I don't know what to describe about this. But i tell you what i had pairs off a tree. It's not bad but it's nothing. It does have a slight pair now. I just got the pair now. You know the pears. I the maple second try again. I don't care i. The pair comes first right out the gate. You get the pair on the tip your on okay and the maple comes into aftertaste. And you're right that's not a bad. It's not good but it's not bad. It's not good. It's i think it's the best one we've had so far. It's getting better with every i tell you. What when when do we rank them or reagan as we go. No i know but like how far through the can do you rank. Oh well let's see. I don't want them rank it yet. We're not far enough along. We've got to rank it no. I'm halfway through halfway through the kim. I don't know if i am. How do you tell. Wait by the way jerry. Something happened in this highest season which has been two weeks okay to to have three three weeks. I'm i'm don like eighteen pounds now. I've lost eighteen pounds. I want in three weeks. I want to do that as well. I don't. I don't know how i'm the heaviest i've ever been. So i'm i don't know i lost it. I haven't done anything. I've been eating. People have been bringing food and it's not healthy food. It's terrible but you know. I think it's the stress and exciting. I think it's the fact that you haven't had to pick up your kid from daycare that i've been doing for you or don't your kids get delivered here every day they do but i also deliver one child of yours. So what do you think it's weird. How we do this podcast. Yeah but like how intertwined our lives are in every aspect literally every aspect of our lives are codependent. Yep yeah they are thank you. I appreciate everything like your kids. Get dropped off here every day. You pick up my kid every day. There's something that happens in the background of my life. That takes care of all of that. Yeah yeah me when we go do things and mar doing them together. Thirty times a day every day. Maybe i talked to you more that i talked to my wife. That satcher now. It's probably not true. We haven't talked. We really talked much in your own. Good combined beans. I can't talk to jerry about random. Nonsense gotta calm silly. Because i want to talk about random nonsense. All the time who buddy these sensors are getting up there in my brain in my mind they are but i don't want more drinking than we rank it all right. Here's my question. Can i re rank based on this because this is better than the toasted marshall. But i don't think it's a seven is is better than toasted marginal. I gotta it a seven because i give the toasted marshmallows six we got. Yeah we'll yes we have to re rank. This is not a seven though as far as like drinks. Because i would never drink this now if i had the choice. I'll tell you what it's better than that prickly pear bullshit. I had that one time member trip. I'm going to re rank right now okay. I'm going to rewrite. I'm doing the apple. Crisp is to what the toasted marshmallow is a four and this apple or pear maple is a is a five. Your taste is so much different than the apple crisp. i would rank as right now you brought it up. Yeah okay and i would say the maple pair as a five and the toasted marshmallow as three. Oh wow because this thing. Whatever this is is horrific. I think as bad i liked it all right. Let's move on next next Next song next song. So but the maple pier. I would say is better at that. It's got a. It's got a crisp on the tip. It does adding. It reminds me of the apple chris. Little bite it's a little refreshing. It just not as good. It's heavy annoyed. Better maple if it was just pair. Yeah honestly it's very heavy on the maple to where they make it so that you get the one flavor first and the second one second just like we said. How do you make flavor. But i don't understand because that's what happens. I don't know how you make flavor listen guys. I need you understand it. When you take a drink of this you tastes no maple you taste pair but then after the pair taste dissolves away in the back of your mouth. A bunch of maple comes out. It is weird. How is that possible. How can you make it halfway layer as you were explaining it. It happened to me. I don't like that. I don't understand how you may have to make it my second favorite. Okay all right next news boy. Let me look it up. Next news had a spring stretcher. We never got to run out to that point. Yeah okay okay. We're gonna run out of time. Lock and he premiers october twenty. I'm excited i didn't know it was going to premiere so soon and i knew that. Yeah but yeah. I can key. The is this a second season or the second season. Yeah second season coming out october. Twenty second super. Mario brothers has an animated movie. I saw this. I'm super jazzed about this. Are you damn. Aren't i love super. Mario brothers well. I love the old cartoons. I love everything i love. everything about. Mario yes but the casting looks great. We looks amazing. what are you talking about. The cast looks great. It's all super celebrities. I understand but this rat is. Chris pratt mario so chris yes chris. Pratt is mario. Charlie day is luigi. Perfect jelly luigi charlie days account. Like that's great anna taylor. Joy is peach. isn't that cultural appropriation. Though don't shouldn't they hire like italian plumbers from new york. That's the big problem. Yeah that's what everybody wants to do is take like every italian. That has never had a job like mum amiya pizza. Sol's that's what people expect to be kissed. Yeah okay anyway. That's the big problem. Chris pratt was in a very very Academy award winning animated movie recently. Let's say Onward yes he did his best jack black impersonation on north movie. I like that movie. I just watched that the other day with the kids. Damn is it good. It's very very is so good pulls on the old heart strike. I cried i would agree. I did to the first time i ever watched it. I my kids are like. Why are you crying dan. i'm like because you're an atoll. It's because you don't understand about life stupid dead. Put your baby. Your life is just life. Sucks is brother was his dad the whole tie. No why ear lose things lost. That's a hundred percent true. Yes his brother. His dad brother took him a journey to realize it with his legs stands legs. Were there anyway moving on jack. Black's gonna be bowser. I love it. I'm in it scares me. And you know who's gonna be donkey kong in rogin all perfect perfect ocoee con. That guy's really worn out his welcome. Yeah he's just like super left-wing yeah. He's caused the problem himself. I don't know it. I don't know like i don't know about this movie all right. Let's move on. I got two more sips in this before. We do an expert Flavor okay Should i give other news news news it up. Oh all right. well. I o okay netflix. I liked that. I haven't turned it on recently because honestly not allow new shit coming on netflix straight. Now sandman is oh when they released a trailer. Oh my god. Neil gamons sand and it is shot for shot. They beginning of sandman comic. Stop it the first. Like four pages of the salmon comic. They're going to do it right. Jerry i don't know going to do it right. I'm telling you the first trailer that they put out curves trailer. That they put out is shafir shop the first four pages of the comic book because we might talk about another acclaimed comic book. That didn't do it right now but listen. I watched the trailer for salmon. And i've read the comic book of salmon. It is legitimately shot for shot like soap. Operas playing Very well. I don't know who they are sandman. Not the same man. What's his name morpheus. I dunno or he's a no name no name guy but i'm no joke. You need to watch this. If you haven't seen it you need to watch it. It is so good. The trailer is so good though. The old guy in What what what was that. Hbo thing that people liked. Don't tell you what I can't think of it right now the. Hbo thing that everybody liked plus old man. Yeah yeah like when. Type that into google. The hbo thanks. Everyone likes like plus the us old man. Those sort of see what happens. It was like going in style to those. It was like that one thing that everybody liked the sopranos. I liked it a lot. I watched a lot supremes. No well yeah watch channels but the other thing shaft more specific dude the other thing. Everybody liked watching. Game of thrones game of thrones. Who's the old man. There was the old man that was like the in the beginning game. All right. we're moving on. Let's all it's like the old guy that was like in charge of house tar garissa giora more not jorgen more. Jor jor on mormon right. might be. He was in love with canaries. Tart ear all old old guy like the guy that was like the king king targe aryan. Yeah the one that died on the toilet. He's a dire at toilet while the one i'm talking about. Did the guy in the target area in house. Game of thrones died on toilet. That guy taiwan lancaster. Yes taiwan lancaster. He's the one that brings back death. Okay taiwan lancaster was a main character. You can have just said that. no. Because i don't remember his name. Peter dig lynch's. I know that you could just said tyrian. Lancaster that he was only there for one one lancasters dad or jamie lancaster's dead. I didn't remember that it was their dad. He wasn't there for once he was there for like all of the seasons until the very end basically until ten no kills him in the fifth season. No it's not the it's charles charles. Dance that guy. That guy is awesome by the way is amazing. And he's in. He's in a bunch of shit. What else does he been. Yeah well. I don't kill these. How this guy is jacked. He's old and he's an old dude. You should see his wife i want. I just put it on the screen. I mean she's old too but all my that josh. How old is that good. He's he's ninety years old he's got be key looking down there. He's an old old man does he look old there. He doesn't this is why gold. I don't know now. No his wife is certainly not as kissing her jerry. That's weird. I don't wanna we'll get that anymore because it feels wrong. Okay look at look at how he looks like james bond coming out on the water looks like me. Pull up this dude. Oh my gosh. His face is sold that his body is looks like it's like his face zoll by tells me so young. oh yeah. They're kissing in the water. What he was young. Listen up this is what money can get you. Charleston's anyway a wiser while i'll while we that's the guy that brings back death sandman comic book and i'm telling you it is legit shot for shot. It is no joke. Death or dream dream comes back in the beginning right. Yeah so that's i. I said death. But i met dream so the first like four pages of neo gamons book. It's so long. Since i yeah of sanmen. What it's perfect perfect many. Do watch the teaser. It looks perfect. And the guy that they have as dream boy ably his. He looks real. Good it but it's not Reloaded allen richtman rickman. That's who it should have been like. He was born to play that role. Turns out he passed away a few years ago. Porta reporter bought up now. He was perfect. Perfect in diehard. He was perfect in everything he did. I loved him die hard. I loved him in dogma. of course he played What's the name of that angel. Search meta the meta tron metron megatrend calvin johnson mandatory all right next news. And then we'll do a new drink run on time here jerry or bird through time actually. All i have is Venom what's the news. Because we neither of us have seen it. No all of us going to say well like when i wrote this news down. Was that venom to comes out october. First we all know that and that reviews are incredibly positive. Ice go out of reviews are overly positive and saying that it is a very fun. Watch like very the first one was fun. Yeah that's what. What are we got for like fifteen minutes. Perfect forty minutes. We're at our last fall. Flannel flavor. Don't look at it. We got to do is a finnish. Yes you got to finish it yet. As poor perry would say check. Check shakes por- perry from shake shake shake. It is my kids for h. Leader one of my listeners. And the also ignores snarf talk yeah. He doesn't care for us but let's promote him go to tick-tock poor perry por- perry p. o. u. r. like lauria drink. He has like a million subscribers from kinsman illinois. he's a man that grew up with us. And you need to support him with you. Poor perry. he e. r. r. y. Lavery here we go. This one is the ultimate jerry. I'm gonna tell you right now. I might hate this. This is your ultimate white girl wasted. Ugh boots i got. What's the what's the pants. Were they right across the ass on the pants from virginia. Slims victoria's secret. Virginia slim pink pants boots blonde ponytail final category. Ah oh yeah have to wear that and drink in your pumpkin spy all wide. I think this would be in here. This is gonna be in here. I didn't think that pumpkin spice would be in their pumpkin. Spice now i i'm on the record i- brecon hate pumpkin pie. I don't like anything pumpkin. I don't like eating pumpkins. i like carving pumpkins. I'll i'll i'll eat pumpkin pie. I like it l. E. i will eat it but pumpkin spice law no no i won't. I don't drink anything pumpkin. You won't put on anybody comes to my house and said i have a pumpkin. This i used to go. I will put it in the trash college to caribou coffee. Let's stay on the line in the morning. Wait for my coffee. And there'd be all these girls you know in their boots they're pink. Oh yeah there pink pants there but that says pink platinum blonde dyed hair opponent napoletano. Yup enter patagonia. They pulled up. They double-parked in there. Bmw daddy bottom. Of course of course. And then they got their pumpkin spice law and went back to try it out and this is what it was like at u. of i smell it. I wanna smell. Oh yeah no. We cheers it. I think it smells like pumpkin. Smells like pumpkin. Exactly like pumpkin. It really does smell like pumpkin pie. As as i've mentioned. I hate pumpkin pie. I don't i don't why do i keep saying pumpkin. I know that's the correct way to say it. But right feels hard to say pumpkin. Pumpkin come up. We say pumpkin. Now on kim pong kin. I hate people that say that the pumpkin. Yeah every time you say pumpkin pumpkin. Stop it pumpkin. That's how you say. I don't know you don't know hunkin anybody that says pumpkin is lesser than. Oh i say pumpkin well you have a problem like at one point in my life i was in high school me and my dad and one of the guys that worked for us at the time. Who are you we're building. We became obsessed with being in the pumpkin chunking. Pumpkin junkin oh pumpkin dunkin contest. So we were going to build one of those big cannons. Did you do we. We never did why you want to. Yes he's just there compressed air. Yeah that's all it is to. You need like a giant propane tank yet. Get a really long tube. Yeah a bit. Like eight inch. Six inch Fighting to writing like eight and then a big cylinder to compress air. I have a one thousand gallon propane tank converted into an air compressor but it broke the compressor broke side of the take. Be perfect be perfect. I don't know four thousand gallons is enough air though. You don't think eight inch tube. Yeah you might need a. What's a bob tail bobtail. We'll test what this when i was in high school. Me and my friends made a Potato gun right. We made it out of a water heater tank. That's big with a eighty gallon. A big one with a two inch pipe and we would shoot. We shot this potato in the air and it just we counted like shot these on the air. We counted like twenty seconds before it lands miles down the road so then we decided to fill the entire barrel of this six six foot long barrel right to integral. We decided to fill it with balls. At a time we played paintball. You fill the whole thing the listen at the time. He played payback's so we experimented. We made paint mines paint grenades but we wanted to make a paint tank to roll out there like mounted on a four wheeler. Put out there man so somebody ran in front of us. We could just obliterate them. Turn the valve at just. Destroy them paint so we filled the barrel with paint balls to test this idea anyway and we shot it at the barn that was right like next and a perfect shotgun spread pattern about six feet across six feet. High that dented into the wood to an inch like thousands of inch indents. What in a six by six spread pattern in the bar side of the martin. And we're we almost use this on human beings. It wouldn't kill them. I would have been really bad. Hurt people really bad like hey at least we tested it i. I'm so glad you tested this in front of people because earth without people in front of you because because that sounds horrific. That's right absolutely horrific. Yeah eight we never tried them. The pumpkin spice stinking done smelled it. Oh i haven't tested it bank. no. I'm not trying it. I don't know if i want to own my lord. Wait wait live a off. Okay irio if you like pumpkin by you'll love this. It tastes exactly pumpkin pie terrible. It's pretty it's pretty drinkable. i'm not gonna lie. Well i take that first statement back. It's a is a little much. it's very sweet. Is pumpkin pie sweet. Yes i don't eat it. I haven't eaten years. Oh yeah it's very pumpkin kyw's savory now that's very sweet that's what it tastes like though my vague memory of pumpkin pie. That's what that tastes like that. I liked that. So you're an abu. Go get yourself among. Let's get some pink across your ass. Yeah i think i'm gonna wear. Pink is is. That's a little thing. I don't know i have. No victoria's secret silla store. Oh yeah we're going strong in the mall. yes. I don't know where else do i hear. They make the best brassieres they do. Yeah they're supportive. They're stylish for a measure you for large. Brush them really they do. They're yeah they measuring in the store to get you the right size. Take your nips out. Put a tape measure around it. What do you mean takes it. Take to make you take your top off. But what do you mean to get a measure across the nips okay. Why do you have to take them out. What do you mean. Take them out to get barebreasted. All right to measure. You're just mean like take your bra off get naked but you take your nips like today's poll them. What if you're not are not cold. Does that do they pull them. Like what if you're not heart hard net. Hey what's the next news article. Oh wait we got a rank this. I don't know no. I'm not going to rank yet. Can how far we've progressed here. I mean i feel like how strong are bud. Light solters five percent. Oh okay that's quite a bit. So that's like two cores lights. Okay gotcha that's all again. That's all i got for news. Okay i have one spring stretcher. I have an unpopular. And i mentioned this to you this morning. Anybody that uses this is my spring stretcher. Wait we wait. Doing you have a soundboard jerry. I know I don't know. I don't know what she'd use you do it on their. I know i'm just saying. Can i do this now. You're not even on the right soundboard. Dude god oh my god jerry. Hey there you go man. Nice ville yeah holy cow. I spilled a lot. Thank you no anyway. Yeah so the next news. We of jerick. The podcast is still needed. I know i got to figure out what. I'm talking about my unpopular opinion so chris had popular opinion. But i have one is italian beef. You like intel you me for it. Yeah well i put mustard all over my do you like nobody likes mustard on italian beef and i think it's the best thing in the world. I one hundred percent enjoy straight yellow mustard. You give me any type of mustard. could be spicy. Could be not spicy. But you put it on my italian beef. And i will enjoy it. A lot of people like nothing on their italian beef. And i don't understand that. Do you like do you like anything on your italian beef besides like the beef and the juice and the as you like the mozzarella either. I want everybody to know what happened in this. Jerry spilled his drink like a toddler and just jumped in action and cleaned it all up really well. You did nothing. You didn't attempt to do anything to help me. now i want. I didn't think shah you spilled your hall drink. No there's a lot left okay. We need the rank this. I'm i'm not put this three. It's better than apple crisp. it's worse than toasted marshmallow. Were so different. I had Apple chris but to pumpkin spice at three toasted marshmallow five was rape for four four. Here's four for toasted marshmallow five para maple let me. I like that. You like it to try it. You might like it Give it to mikey. He'll train i'm going to give. What did i give apple crisp salads six. I have no it. I'm getting give an apple crisp a six pumpkin spice five k. The maple payer of four toasted marshmallow. Three all right. So what are you ranking the harvest flannel fall flannel selection. In general that the whole offering bud light seltzer the entire offering out of the four. No i'm just saying like as a would you give a recommendation to purchase or not to purchase. I would say if you're the most basic human being of all time. Could you really sit there and drink any of these flavors though repeatedly long no listen. The only reason you're buying this is as a novelty is. A novelty is because of the name like the name of each drink. That's the only reason you're buying the only reason you're going to bring this to any party. You're gonna bring it because your wearing a player. That's it that's it. You're go to a party. You're gonna go party wearing a flannel shirt. And your like dungarees lease. Yeah with your boots. And you're gonna go there and you're like. He brought the flannel pack. And everybody's going to be like. Wow i never had that before and why because it's terrible. Yeah it's not. It's nothing anybody would drink novelty. It is not terrible for like a holiday party. It's the only reason it listen. You can't sit and drink these all night long. I mean we just did but we had four different flavors anyway. Yeah no no. You don't want this as a regular drink but as a novelty not bad. Actually there could be worse. I thought the apple crisp was absolutely disgusting opposite. I'm so opposite you have. I would drink the apple crisp over anything else in this. The toasted marshmallow tastes like caramel. Machi auto no. It didn't kind of i. Get the karma makia. Mike god hugh son of a bitch all right i like i like the spring stretcher. Let's go all right go. You don't really stretches my springs jerry. What chris when people Usually women refer to their children as lit tolls. Wow well his joke he laughing at me. yeah. I think i'm funny. It's the wrong you laugh. Oh why haven't you been using that all night. They have been. Oh my god. That's a game changer. Good but okay. So when people refer to their children as little's like oh on facebook especially like. Oh i had to run the littles here. Are there shut up. Fuck up yeah. it's your children. They're not little's we don't need cute little pet names like that. Don't call them little's if you call your children little's everyone hates you. Stop it. no one likes you as a human being. You might think people like you. They don't nobody likes you. No i agree. I don't like and i don't know what comes first. The chicken or the egg does the person not like you. Because you used the word little's or because you're the kind of person that used the word little's do people not like you angels on. Why why do you call them. Little's people do it. People do it all the time jerry. You've seen it. I'm sure you've seen it. No i i have seen it. It's not that often though. It's rare dushi circumstances. I've heard it. I've seen it. I've seen it typed in social media. That's the only place. I'm really soon i don't get it. I don't get don't do it. Nobody likes you agree period. That's by spring stretcher. So i told my unpopular opinion. But i guess. I would be a spring searcher as well. But you don't put mustard on italian beef go jerry. I put peppers. that's it like. Does anybody know nobody does that. Man literally nobody in a combo. It's possible nobody outside the midwest. Those with a combo is by beautiful. Yeah because we have a huge listening based in maryland and texas as well and you don't know to combos unless you're from the midwest. I put a lot of mustard on my italian beefs. Odd odd thing is that i don't know but just as because there's a lot of beef that goes in his mouth who had a lot of beef we have as a beefs lot of beef goes in this mouth and lot of vinegary just salty mustard just down the gullet. Listen jerry we just smother the beef with a spicy brown nice spacey brown. We gotta get what we're watching. What have we got type where we yet. We are at that number our in forty one twenty merits. I'm gonna start number one thing i watched. Oh there's a bunch of stuff. What is it what i'm going to go with number. One talked about mcdonnell show. Yeah great show watching up while the great. Thanks for telling us that kyle dunnigan. Who is are you a fan of kyle. Dunnigan who that is is a comedian. A youtube comedian. He has faced swap video fake. He's not fake. You just okay. There's some of the funniest things i've ever seen. And he has a show on youtube called the fresh pres- and it's a i haven't heard of face video show of joe biden as president in basically a kind of fresh prince of bel air kinda off and he does impressions of ben shapiro. He doesn't prussians of lovett. Joe biden bill. Maher love it. Just caitlyn jenner. Yeah so anybody like this is the best thing. It's so great. Kyle dunnigan and kurt metzger make the show at. It's called the fresh pres- i'm on youtube. It sounds good It's the fresh pres- of dc. That's what it is. Put it up her there. Okay looks really fake. Yeah it's a joke. it's comedy. I don't i don't have a way to make the audio work but check it out there just short. They're like five minutes that's it. That's my number one. What i've been watching. What about yoga I've got the newest season of guess. What what survivor. Out cat thoughts. I would good. I love the newest season survivor. There's only been two weeks in two survivor. it is wonderful. I also started watching the morning show on apple. Tv you know what. I tried to watch it It was not good. That's what i'm finding like some people that have watched it. That really enjoyed it but not me now. I'm glad you said that way we can we. Can i play the intro to the fresh pressed for you. Yeah now that. I have the audio work k. Let's start at beginning. Comedians can't make fun of joe biden. Because it's impossible. Because i know a bunch of fact bay vote are disappointing because trying to make fun of job Like rained a complete. Waste of time okay. That's our show. I want to thank my guest. Beat their job eyler. Marie were my course fast. Start making trouble at the swimming pool. Change their motherless trine moved to dc geraci grew gave the job to me shook fingertips big. Kissed the boy on this looking at that old ladies first person american the follow up the stairs ran for president was me. There's a pretty anyway. It's a literal sitcom it's like even the episodes. That's just the intro. It's gold man. Some heil dunnigan. Fresh pres- of dc sounds very anyway. I don't even know where that i can keep going now. I was talking about mustard on beach. No you weren't you. Were talking about whatever. You're what you're watching is. Oh stop it. You need to put. We're way past me left that we've gone from that jerry start putting mustard italian beef chris. Hey we were passed though. You're talking about a show. Do you like pickled things. I do like brainy pickled peppers. I love like to brian. The eggs like the heart taste on your mouth so the punch you would get from that brine right yeah for sure you love all the that's why you need mustard on your beef. That's what you get you get a beef. That spicy warn feeling on their mouth yet. This is warm beef. We've got it covered. Yeah then you pudgy. Pungent pudgier at the yellow mustard gotcha maybe a spicy. Burn you next time. I have to tell you a fall try. I had a as the other day. Hey hey quit acting like this normal. It's not normal. You mean to act like this is something new. It isn't who i'm going to try it. I told you need to put that spicy brown. I like spicy perm. What kind of. What's your favorite kind of mustard. What do you mean. What's your favorite kind of bustard than question. Yes a normal. Wash it all mustards. We got eleven minutes left. Xyz spicy brown. That's my favorite. We get back to what we're watching. You gonna put mustard on your for. not yes. I'm going to next time. That's all i want to know So yeah new season survivor. ted lasso. Obviously ted lasts was great. Let's just wait and talk about it at the end of the season next week i get it the a lot of episodes of happened. It's the greatest show that you've ever seen. It's on still feel like it's lived up to season one and season to season two very entertaining very good. Yeah i went and saw a movie called shanxi and the legend of ten rings house that i want to go see that this weekend. Maybe tomorrow with my children. I took my children and all of them loved it really. I enjoyed it thoroughly. I think you need to see it immediately. So don't talk too much about it. Because i think we're going to go see it tomorrow. I yeah i'm not going to say much It was something that man as i think of it. It's like a journey like a huge journey reminds me a lot of doctor. Strange over a huge doctor strange movie. So it's very epic in scope. Yes huge. It's huge like that. It's awesome loved. It made some money. They made like Like three or four hundred million dollars worldwide. That's very made two hundred million dollars in the us. I think that's pandemic money. That's pretty good. Yeah that may only open at seventy five. But so there's a time where i thought a got to big towards the end it was getting too big in scope yup of the movie And i didn't necessarily enjoy the way. They like wrapped it all together and got everything done. I don't know how to explain that any better besides that but it's it gets really big and then it brings it all down to to a point where you can enjoy it but It's very good like all in again. All right yeah. i'm gonna check it out really soon. One that i'm not gonna talk about because you haven't seen it yet. Is like are both favorite covered. Book of all time is been made into show. There's like six episodes out jerry for some reason refuses to watch it. But it's y the last man. I have so many opinions. I can't wait to talk about. I really wanna talk about this. But i cannot talk about this show until jerry is seen at least some of it. I don't even really want to give a reaction. Because i don't want to color your reaction to it so i don't want to do that so i will talk about one more show because all the time that i have been watching And i think texted you this the other day and i said it's the best show on right now not true because ted lasso was about right now right but comedy wise. It's a phenomenal comedy. That's out right now. And we don't get a lot of comedies anymore these days and it's what we do in the shadows right. It's on hulu facts as well. This show can water ski man. I love the show. I didn't necessarily get super into it and season one. And that's that's what i like. I would watch it occasionally. But i didn't need to watch it every week. So i'd catched one here there right and then later on i move back and binge and you'd miss one here and there odd but now that i know the characters and you actually get to like them a little bit and when they started in season two i just i think it's such a good show. It has no What are you doing nothing off. It has no like emotional resonance. It's a straight up comedy like dumb comedy about vampires right but i in in like an office vibe rate. So it's got like mockumentary. I absolutely love it. I think you would really enjoy it. I've seen the first season. And i thought it was hilarious. Yeah it took me a little bit to get into it. But i i did watch the whole first season and i enjoyed like everything i watched. Yeah i didn't So there's three seasons this is the is the third season that was the third. Okay yeah because. I don't think. I saw newest as i'm watching that i'm watching it week to week. Okay i didn't think i saw the whole. I think you're right. I think this is the third season on there. I'm telling you right now. This season has been the best. I've seen by far. Okay i need to catch up. I i really did. Enjoy everything about the first season. I need to catch up on the second and watch the third. I can't believe i'm still fucking drinking that it's so bad it's not good. It's don't don't don't do it. Don't get that it makes me cry. Don't get that. It's so bad jerry couldn't even do this podcast life. It's not good. Yeah let's wrap it up waiting. Let's you got more. What you're watching. I actually i think i do have one more. I'll foundation. I don't know what that is. You've never heard of foundation. Sounds like some church thing foundation apple. Tv nerd wow you start watching it was it's a visual adaptation of isaac as munaf renown novel as off as moss. Yeah right asimov as zim off as a muff as moths ats. I am lovie us as a moths plural. Asimov's it's isaac asimov. Yeah isaac avenue up asimov's or renou novel now. no yeah. He's the possessor of that. 'cause it's a possessive now. It feels like star. Wars is soon as you start the series. Oh i wanna watch it. I lo- isaac asimov by the way it deals like star wars series right off the bat and the way he well the way they portrayed the series right off the bat. I is a star wars type epoch. Okay and the like the way they film it like the way. It's portrayed like everything about it is very very good. It's very top. Tier like huge epic type film of story like the way they did everything it looks like they spent so much money to do the very first episode. And that's what drew me in like. As soon as i saw it was almost like land. Speeders write like them sitting in land speeder driving across like a desert scape as like man. This feels a lot like star wars pace. And as soon as i saw that and started following along and then got involved with the story. I like it. It's a bigger story than what i feel. Like star wars would be and it's more in depth and there's more to it and it's not just land speeders and bikes and whatever I don't know i like it. The second episode kenan like drew me back a little bit because the story slowed down. The first episode gives you a lot of story reddaway near like going forward. The pacing is very fast. And i was. That's why i fell in love. I was like oh man. This is really good. Second episode kind of slow down a little bit and drew me back. And i didn't know where it was going because because of how much it slowdown on character development. But i don't know. I mean i'm i'm into it. There's only like three episodes out of station. It's on apple tv in kind of into it awesome. So that's all for watch Cool yeah no. I don't have anything else either. I think we can probably wrap it up. Are you share. I think our recommendation is to not get a flannel. Pack of bud. Light seltzer okay. But i- recommendation would be if you're going to have a part it's a novelty. Yeah with a lot of people in a lot of people around port shots and then you can have a little yeah. I think that's okay if you're gonna have a party with like four people and you're going to be like hey. I got this flannel pack. What are we going to do with the rest of this flannel pack. Because we have four more. We're going to have to have other people around me not more former flavors but we have one more of each flavor. Yeah i understand that you can take home a pumpkin spice the applecross. I'll i'll take home. The apple apple was the worst one. It was not it was nothing. You're the best. One was the maple pair. Don't agree and the second best. One was the toasted marshmallows toasted marshmallow are. You've k- gimme me. A tough can give you anything. Like how excited are you for the new ghostbusters movie. Where did that come from cigarettes. State puff marsh moment. No you're right. I am very. I'm so excited about the new paul. Rudd ghostbusters have you seen the trail. I just hope it doesn't mean. I don't want it to be stranger things. He it's kinda be even though it's got like the stranger it's gonna be strength as name. Is finn wolf hard right something that hard about thin. Well he's a child that's weird. That's his name is literally wolf. Who names their kid fin wolfhard. Listen up if it's anything like stranger things. I'm all about it. You are too. I love changing things. I don't want ghostbusters to be like stranger things so stranger things stranger things. It's already going to be no. It doesn't i don't want it to be you. Don't get chain. I hope that children don't say the day. Because that's my biggest pet peeve case. I think that's absolutely stealing. That is a joke from a comedian. I recently heard on joe rogan. They were saying like chris. I think it's going to be the case. And they were talking about that movie. They said i hope children don't say like i have children. They're idiots. They don't know anything they are. They can't save anything they can't save anyone. They don't know what they're doing. They can't even barely wipe their own asses. But it's true what it's going to be well. I don't know what you just said yes like. It's absolutely true right. So i hope that's not the case that's all i'm saying. Are you doing over there. You're pressing buttons. I'm looking at times where two hours. Okay let's wrap this up. If you want to check us out on patriots patriots dot com slash comics tick-tock. At snarf. Talk yes everywhere else comics. Instagram facebook youtube. All those things for some reason it still starve comics. That's just the way this We we didn't even talk about it but we recently got press passes to be invited to in chicago. That's a big deal so we'll be there doing live coverage for the whole event that'll be in december. Hopefully they got your wifi. Because we're gonna live coverage at event yup. I don't think we're alva booth but will at least be walking around the floor. 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Respect | Copilot | The Servant

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"Hello welcome to this week's episode of truth and movies. I'm mike alita hutchinson and graham on the show. Today the queen of soul gets the bio-pic treatments the aretha franklin flick respect. We have the berlin film festival drama co-pilot and film clip. We're going back to the sixties. Joseph losy subversive drama the sevens plus jenkins beams in to share his highlights from the venice film festival. All coming up on truth and these little white lies podcast. Yes welcome back listeners. Comeback pamela rogan. Rogin have been have you. Has your life changed since space jam to. It's only gone up since space down to everything has improved significantly. No i've been i've been well. I have a slight cold if you can have our apologies by been very well. Good cook Clip soon Pamela it's been a while since you've been on the show since we've revamped to in the it would like to reintroduce our guest so pamela. Who are you what do you do. Who am i what i have no idea. I'm i'm a freelance writer. Film critic bend film history. I'm often found talking about science cinema. But i'm gonna try not to do that today. 'cause i don't think that's relevant. Yes because what i love is wherever i speak with you and most of our colleagues are off to venice. Toronto karen. you're going to another festival completely so everyone was jetting off to venice and you're going completely elsewhere in europe. I believe right. Yeah i just got back from india's. Baylor were one of the things really excited to see the sarah mouldering respective which is incredibly depth fantastic. I write little piece for the white lies about that of the new films i saw i really enjoyed the new honesty optometry new which is a little snippets of power asean suburban life in very personal. But yeah normally. I'm going somewhere whether or no. There's no dialogue but this time making the exception terrific can't wait to read piece. But speaking of film festivals. Dave jenkins is literally just returned from venice so i grabbed him for ten fifteen minutes. It to ask about his highlights must have listened to those right now. David jenkins welcome. Back is venice. It was delightful. Thank you very warm. I got covered in mosquito bites. I'm more bite the man now but Yeah i'm back. I'm full of appar- spritz and just going to spend the next week detox what's the staple diets out advantages. That's gelato placing lots of pizza. What was going on god. It was pizza. Impasse relentless. I mean there's not there's there is no real other options to be honest. Yeah it's all about kind of in between films rubbing what you can. And they had two of the only thing they had was fairly. Quick turnaround was pizza so by by about the third or fourth day. I was a kind of mass. Cobb cobb block rolling back. I suppose yet. Quick turnaround between screenings is what you want festival from. It seemed like a really great year for that first week or so. Everyone was giving five stars out like it was tomorrow. He really was. They were making those five stars. Rain really wasn't how is it for you. Wanna talk through some of your highlights. Yeah it was. It was really nice festival. It was a weird one because it was a coat like a the first big cove it venice after last year which was a kind of smaller. Smaller affair still had a number of press last year but from from wind. Exciting was far more intimate. This year it was there was lots of press and it was still like socially distant screenings. So you know fewer seats and more more so of competition to actually get tickets to see the films and that made things a little bit more kind of anxiety driven than you'd like festival but yeah it was. It was a withdrawn because all of bake american or english language. Hollywood films were all of stacked at the top because because of telluride which happens over the first weekend which is another big festival in america. Which takes all these films that have played in venice. Rescreen them but venice has to have the world premiere so they end up. Just encasing the mall in those first three days of superintendents so the first year the for the opening film was probably my favorite which was the new. Pedro dover film parallel mothers. Which is it's him doing his thing his his kind of intricate immaculate amazing thing of like a melodrama that is about to two women who have children at the same time and that kind of intersecting lives and one of the mothers played by penelope cruz and is kind of film that i mean i think a lot of his most recent films have this element of like he's got this such a such a huge cannon of films now that you have this element of. He's he's kind of referencing. His his older works of less referencing them. But like kind of bringing evolving them bringing them back in of riffing on those stories in new ways and this one kind of feels like the sort of emerging of all the best of his films films like air and all about my mother and talked to her. and yeah. it's just. It's just incredible. I think penelope cruz. She had two films in the festival which both great and the one could official competition. Which is which is she. Plays a director which you might have seen on on twitter. The all social media that she'd kind of when she was when she went to shoot the film she held up a picture of the director alma alma l. Hurrell and said make me look like this so she has these huge frizzy frizzy kind of ginger locks. And she's wearing like sequin catsuits and stuff like that. So it's really funny. Film that was official competition amp antonio banderas it with her and yet it's like a really funny kind of filmmaking satire. It's kind of bring the house down type of like cinema experience. Yeah talk some of these big english language movies than you started off with. What else applying there that stood out. Yeah so that was the penelope axis so yeah i think. I think probably weirdly. The the most beloved was june by denise villanova which is his huge sci-fi epic which was on the cover of recent white lies magazine which is out now for your delegation and it was one of those films. The i saw and i was watching it and just thinking. Wow i really like this. It's really good. It's got this of breathtaking epic scope. It's it's doing some stuff that maybe we haven't seen in these movies before. It's kind of quite slow. Burn and those kind of dramatic scenes that play out and this is all based on this famous sci-fi novel from the sixties by frank. Herbert and it's quite a kind of close adaptation Of this quite huge books. I think fans of the book are going to be very very happy with this and it. It's it's got timothy. Shallow mayonnaise is kind of god king in waiting. Paula trades and he has their assigned worms. And they're kind of helicopters that look like mosquitoes and there's elbow fighting this massive huge vistas of of desserts that kind of of radiating in the dusk. And yeah you. It's it's kind of epic on on all levels and you've got this kind of quite quite subtle. But really effective hans zimmer score as well And it's yeah i kind of like my feeling was i really loved it and i wasn't sure what anyone else is gonna to take from it. Maybe they thought it was too slow or because it ends halfway through the book so you kind of like well. This is this is. This is not a film. It's just kind of prelude listening out but it kind of it kind of gets by which we when you see you know what i mean. But yeah and then the reviews. The embargo broke. So you wait twenty four hours till you can post your reviews and then it kind of the floodgates opened and then it was just yet this. Everyone was was hopped opponent which was lovely to say ready. Because yeah it's it's offering bit different to the kind of with bankruptcy you type block that lived to see as someone who you parts of the big repeatedly. Don't get seasick festival who've been waiting so long for this because it's been one of those fits delayed films at to head that the recent thing exciting about it is Is all the better. So we mentioned panel crews earlier. Who said it was in two films. The person who really seemed to own the festival run the table. You could say Oscar isaac both on screen and on the red carpet with was he was he good. He was he. I think. Oscar isaac is one of those people who since inside. Lauren davis he has which which i think is his best performance. He has been. He's been good. In some quite mediocre films and i think that this venice level the tables where the film's matched his his charisma and his kind of level of performance. He's in june in a smaller role in which he's very good. And then maybe the highlight for me was the card counter. Which is new. Push refill his follow up to Fest reformed which was a few years ago and was was considered rightly major returned. Four for him. It's as usual thing about you. Know he's got this quote unquote god's lonely man who is struggling with existence in some strange very personal way. it's about. He plays a character who has gone to prison for some reason that you find out later on and while there he learned himself how to count cards so he's he's kind of a poker with and we joined him. He's kind of just driving around america to these slightly cd crummy casinos in keeping his head down winning decent amounts of money just to get himself by but not sort of not not going too big as to solve spo- like joy suspicion and y- make people's where he doesn't want to be kind of blackboard from these places which can be for for card counting so but then a kind of he meets a guy play by sheridan and they have a conversation and then he suddenly unlocks this of do narrative and think things get rid exciting. And yeah it's really kind of it's a really slick purposeful quite very strict back sometimes quite funny but but but oftentimes quite the implicate is a film that doesn't necessarily have like violence in it but like the implications of extreme violence that outside the frame. It kind have manage up the stakes of the drama. It's really great for. I think like i reformed was was brilliant but may be a bit more in this house. Realm this is. This almost feels like someone said. Oh could you do. I reformed again but make a little bit more genre january so it could play to wider audience. And i mean if if that was the brief like schreyer's completely nailed it. Because i mean it's just on a very superficial level. I think this one is a more kind of fun film. If that if that if that term comes into interplay when dealing with this subject matter really. So they're handful of films there from the known quantities. We may have known the names those who make beforehand. It's good to know those will likely come out on the horizon. there needs to be off the grid. Picks that you recommend is looking out for. Yeah i mean. I guess at time of recording. We haven't seen what the prizes are gonna be. Bong jun ho is the jerry president and. There's a lot of talk about what's wrong what's wrong. An ally called bone was going to like this bones. And they're like that. But i think he's a man of quite eclectic taste so nobody really knows what he's going to go for. My two of my favorites in the competition were a bit more. I guess a bit more low key one is called l. Bukoba by by italian filmmaker. Michelangelo tena he made a film in two thousand ten called liquid travolta which was about basically about goats it was just shots of goats but it was amazing in that film. He kind of brought in this these questions about. What's what's being southbound director. What's documentary who knows where that line sits and this new film is about a about a spur lung. King mission in the early sixties in which a group of cavern divers a drive off into the wilderness in collaborative which is southern southern italy. And they descend into this abyss with just ropes and pretty much. Yeah some some some very bad lights on their helmets. And it's kind of a document discovering the third deepest cavern in the world and it's got almost conical of hertzog five to it because it's like you know he's actually gone down and he's filming in this place and on one hand you're kind of. Wow this is an amazing feat. that's being filmed but then you kind of thinking. Well how the hell did they manage to do it. And their stories about how he managed to film it. Which kind of mind-blowing really like. It's been ten years since he's made his last film. And you think well maybe spent quite a lot of it making this one because it does it does not look like he said he set the bar high for himself but yet i believe that one has been picked up and it's going to be at the lsf so definitely count for that another another one which my final shoutout goes to film could live animal a french film by time. Filmmaker could audrey based on on one of her memoir by any. Who has those books released in. English translation on fits corralled dishes. Nice books with the white covers and Yeah a it's a kind of chronic critical of hurt her attempts in the nine early. I think he's about sixty two in so rural france she. She's a student in school and she's a bright future and she wanted to learn literature and she's she's she's top of the class. She gets pregnant after the summer. Break and Sh she would you know her knee-jerk decisions. I want to get rid of the baby and because abortion is legal in france at that time. And it's illegal even if you if you help someone else get an abortion. Which is you know considering what's happening in texas now. Very very very timely film. It's just a very kind of unswerving. Unsentimental chronicle of this goes attempts to get an abortion and basically the measures she has to take the kind of not within the realms of legality which the film kind of shows you so you kind of seeing quite a lot of Quite quite of hard hitting intense material in the film but it feels very calm justified. It's it's not kind of gratuitous toll. It's like this is a film about showing the reality of the options. That women have if they don't have reproductive health care available to them and it's it's not really a political film like in its intention but obviously it's going to be it's going to be one that's going to cause wide debate. I think even though it's like to me seems like there isn't really an argument. Feel the side if you watch this film but i'm sure there will be people who have one. Yeah i believe it's been picked up yet as time of recording but hopefully it will be. I'm hoping that it wins a prize. Maybe feels like it'll get like a jury prize or something. I don't think. I think some people found a bit heavy going for the to be the big the big one beer but on that on that on a final no. I would say that. Mike mike mike tip for the for. The big prize is probably jane campion's power of the dog. It's almost like it's a kind of western about toxic masculinity with benedict cumberbatch. And it's i think. Just as a piece of filmmaking as a piece of craft and the of detail going into the recreation of nineteen. Ten's montana rural montana it's set in this raunch and the the level of detail in the production design and the way it's filmed and the costumes and the dialogue is just kind of breathtaking. I mean i i for me this. The the actual storyline didn't quite land entirely. It's extremely good film. And it's the kind of talent and the quality of very very conspicuous but like there was just something about. It's kind of it. Has this very kind of trixie. Second act which didn't quite land. But yeah that's that's set come out soon and i suspect it'd be interesting to see. I mean another thing that happens at festivals you get a lot of people go to see films and they come out going. Oh also give her oscar for him. There's lots of this kind of knee-jerk prognostication and it's interesting. Because i thought that this would be an oscar film. But i think may some people might might think it's a little bit too subtle and slow burn for the oscar set but cam campion definitely very leaf deserves best director. Wow well that's wait see in the short term for what wins. All of the the lions this the venezuelan festival also oscars next year also remaining to actually talk these films when they do come out. Some of them will be on your almost immediately. Some of them may be one of those come out in two years time from a smaller distributor. But i can't wait to watch dave. Thank you for sharing your venice highlights with us. Thank you. i'm sarah. And i'm kirby and work. Los angeles strike becton is regarded as top tier skin-care by professionals of all kinds. We personally love how. All shrek news products are backed by science and independent clinical testing. If you're looking to strengthen a weakened skin barrier the brand just launched super be barrier strengthening oil which includes prebiotics to balance. Your skin's microbial. This oil doesn't leave or face. Greasy or oily feeling looks great under makeup calms visible readiness to learn more about stray becton. Visit acton dot com. Thank you today for sharing. His highlights in his predictions for all things. Venice film festival. Pamela what was the food culture like in this deal is power so david said it was very heavy in venice. Of course there's nothing. Come through the slow relaxed service miss of lisbon cuisine. And therefore you don't get your dinner until you already on the terrorists watching the ceremony films outside and that i had a vegetarian. Sonya and Sarah moulders festival films and that was my favorite phone culture. The way to do. Isn't it terrific. Okay festival talk. We have new releases to discuss up first. We have respect following the rise of aretha. Franklin career from a young child singing in her father's churches choir international superstardom. Respect is the true story of the music icons journey to find her voice and become queen of soul. So rogan rsp ct. I'd like to find out what it means to you. Once you make this. I thought it was a pretty standard biopic. I you know. I don't want to sound like an insult you know i. It was the film that got aretha. Franklin Aretha franklin's blessing. She requested jennifer hudson. She had i guess as much final say as she could before her death on how her story would be told. And i think the film reflects that i think you see a glimpse of more than a glimpse but you see the real hardship. She went through elliott highlife. It's interesting actually. Because the film only covers ages of ten to thirty. And she lived in seventies. So you see the real beginnings of parents what made her. And it's yeah. It's a real jennifer hudson showcase the coming for that nomination at least But yeah it is pretty much. Why expected it something that i feel like my mom would come watch on a sunday and again. That's an insult. I think that's pretty. That's what is the film sets out to do. And it doesn't it doesn't it does it. Well what pamela. Let's start with jennifer hudson then. There was some careful on social media around a an out of context quote about how they were slotted aretha franklin by having jennifer hudson the role let me need to drag over that but is it how is her impersonation does she. She composes up. Well in this. All ten percents always quite joyful presidents film. She's very sweet actress. I thought that there were times. When harun past the nation of the frankly oviously is so famous you have to attempt impersonation was quite spot on. But i did feel that it waivers quite often. It's it's odd that she's paying a character. He often doesn't say much about what she's thinking. And which does say something. It has quite import. There are a lot of scenes in this film of people. Men sorry talking over aretha franklin and then of course when jennifer hudson just come out with has one compliment. That baseline walls rocking. You really really it. I think that ten doesn't fantastic job because he's one of the few people who could even attempt to sing to impersonate the vocals as well as performing the role. But i did think performance wavered quite a bit. I was very impressed with the child. Actress see played her as a young go. She's very sweet and karol the realize reconfirmed complaint office the so so that thought carried it through from Rugged degree few. I do. I do agree. I think that the film runs at like two and a half hours for local homes on an enemy. But i did feel it. I did feel it. I think somewhere in the middle. I did think to myself. This could have been a film about a struggling young woman. In the music industry in the sixties there is there are chunks of the film. That don't necessarily feel like aretha. Franklin because they are sold back to showcase how well jennifer hudson can sink Really you know. They've really being performed the full songs at the piano. An injury it's interesting yeah. I think she definitely waiver amendments that she spot on she is spot on but they do feel few and far between but because she is such a in an enjoyable presence unite. It may not matter to everyone. Gosh two and a half hours because this is the podcast. So i have not seen respect so i really did mouth agape learn. That's a desert half hours pamela. I think it's really interesting rogan suggestion. Actually but you cut it down to a young woman in sixties music industry. Because that's the most interesting part the film in many ways. I mean you wouldn't want to be without first playing her father she'll fantastic ambulant as a but the most interesting parts of the film for me were about how retha franken did negotiate sixty music industry and her creation of music. I'm a identified anyone else. But i'm still a mask wearer cinema and i found my mask stretching as grinned widely during the extended respect sequence which she sort of starts tootling on the piano and that has to come in and then suddenly she's at madison square garden. You think you know maybe music hit. Its high point at this very moment. I was very very strong moments like that when you see her at work and i think it feeds into one a throwaway line in the film of one of her sisters calls are genius and there is a little bit about this zone. Eight can feel quite conventional boutique wise. But it's definitely got mission which is to give aretha franklin credit beyond being that famous singer that your parents like you know to sort of bec- feminist spirits in this film. So yeah maybe we could have done that we could have. We could have sent it on that and try and rather than having to have the of alcoholism and so on extended bad husband moments. We've spoken about a lot of music documentaries. Where recently on the show quite love really good strong releases. And that's always the question for me. I will watch music documentaries Tila cows come home 'bio-pics. I have trouble with mainly for that reason where they're so conventional they often to microcosmic rather than focusing in on the interesting story. Of course we had a great aretha. Franklin documentary was more performance film. Amazing grace that came quite. Is there something here that we're not getting in that documentary. That would put this in. Place of that's broken kremlin. No i'm with you. I definitely prefer music documentary. bio-pic but no i mean amazing graces absolute incredible and this is a oscar contender by numbers. As i said. I think definitely if you didn't know anything about her early life and the tremendous abuse. She went through as a child. Then you would come away learning something. But i think no. I'm not sure it artistically or about a refer. It doesn't reveal anything. I would say unique about her tylenol genius in this film. Of course it does lead into amazing grace. So if you were to double bell might have a preference for the second half but this film and with the concept that was recorded in not into the church in california. That was amazing. Grace so definitely. Wet your whistle for it. But yeah i mean that phil is responding. And i'm afraid respect is not spine-tingling. It's it's the most middle brow genre of all the biotech and they do a nice job with it most for the most part. There's always the awkward moments where they get a phone. Call right bad news and so on but we'll make. I did like often with pigs. An awful lot of a look. That's elvis presley kind of moments and a really early scene in this film where the young aretha franklin his party. And they're all these great musical names that mary j. blige is fantastic machine. But as a child she looks really all strokes when she saying you know how long it's quite natural because she's overwhelmed as as a person might be that yeah generally it falls into many pitfalls in the biopic ion i highly recommend it for people on sunday afternoon they want to disenchanted hats and saying that sounds like quite a quite taking sunday afternoon. Double bell this film then. Amazing grace afterwards. Asking to be good for hours of your time. I suppose but. Let's put some scores on respects Rogan come see i. This is in anticipation enjoyment. In retrospect out of five. I think i would give it three across the bull all mislead because I didn't cover to give anything because it does what it says on the tin. I wasn't ready. Conon expecting anything. I boundary breaking. It does what it says Perfectly fine if you will after another the franklin bio-pic. I gotta go to rome with this. They got pamela. This may be the most three after five film of all time because he really earns those three points the some great performances in hair obviously great music Very nicely down. I could see kelly corey writing but no it go any higher than three for me under three hundred hundred never spoken okay. that was respect of. We're going to a film that permitted the bill and film festival. This year. copilot's when shop. Science student athletes charismatic. Sayyed in the mid nineties. It's love at first sight. Love is. Mary and ashley swears to be true to slade. Never betray his secrets. That future looks bright. Specific twenty-first-century dawns site makes a decision. That will not only shatter as least dreams but shake the whole world to the coal. Pamela is supposed to start with on this film. It does have something that there is a context to this film. That if this were a marvel movie could be classes. Spoiler but of course is the festival movies so this is important context. We should discuss. Could you please introduces a bit to what copilot's is doing what that context is please say co-pilot is ripped from the headlines. Film absolutely it. It's based on something that happened real but then it featuring allies is a lot of that. I wouldn't really want anyone to go into this. Not knowing where it's leading because it's quite upsetting. Obviously eight is relevant foam in some ways. It's about one of the young men. He was involved in nine eleven attack. And it's about his wife. I think it's interesting to me because often with a tax like this of period headlines around the widows after latino how much did they know. I think people are looking to blame this film so do promises to explore what it would be like. Be that woman. But it's definitely trying to suggest that there's lots of innocence involved and that the you know trying to sort of say no. It was just a month like any other quieter monthly. I think so. There are people that will be opposed to this from the outset. Worry this phone from the outset for the most part. It's very sweet. So naturalistic romance. Romeo and juliet because mother disapproves of the marriage. Five hand held camerawork lots of people standing up and calls and splashing around in the lake. And there's a lot of sweetness to the film which then might feel he the end. I think yes so it actually puts it more maybe in a similar genre maybe to these true crime films. You've had recently. Like charlie says about the women pasta charles manson family and then also the film that the aca from film with the very long title. Come but something cruel which looking at this women in the context assist apart of true crime Rogan what did you make of that aspect of doing some ending interesting here with that. I mean i think there is potential there for a really interesting film about the graduate radicalization of a young man. And how you know. His wife deals without danny blind eye or dozen type. You know that that would be an interesting story to watch the films of jumps. It's like year one and see what mugniyah to I think six five six it goes across and like you know. There's a lot of potential in the film. I think the performance is a great but yeah the the nine eleven of it will does really And result cheapens at. I think and. I'm not sure i don't know why it was. It was made because it doesn't really offer anything interesting again. I think there is something to sort of about will try and uncover when it comes to gentlemen being radicalized and the people in their families that they leave behind and so on. But it kind of doesn't really do that is the sole star-crossed lovers thing right up until the end and you go and you know. There are hints of his radicalization throughout. But it's not again. I think it's secondary to the romance and i'm not really sure why that is what it's based on nine eleven. There is a sort of trick shot at the end. And and that's when you really invited to think about what the name co-pilot means and the complicity of accomplishment of the of this young woman but as roma concerns he knew. I think that we're all interested concerned fascinated. Whatever the word might be about how people do get radicalized in this way and this film has that subplot to be. You don't see so almost go. He knows if you marry. Someone inevitably be might get radicalized. It's not suggesting that happens and as synopsis points out. She's in phenomenally intelligent. She's a medical student a lot of time with her with cadaver which was an interesting choice on behalf of omega thinks. She's got something to say she would have stay about this if you were discussing with. Her were the. She's sort of machine vision of defending family arguments. It's almost like it. Has the film upside down as you say. The part that is most fascinating to was a as a coach is the subplots. And what is the the main plot is the greater nobility of that you have may be fully in love with someone who married to the may take vows about sharing everything guarding the secrets. The moment early on which very much hits that nail on the head about that that being part of their marriage houses keeping keeping the secrets but then that it feels like it pulls its punches of you negativity thematically as it goes the rest of the interesting parts. I think the performances are great. There's one bit where it serve to show the bit. Where in retrospect it's when he's playing a role of A sunkissed top. Down florida man. That speeding along to third eye blind tonight's obsolete s broke the opening sequence of the funfair. I can't remember the name the song it's one about my love of money. But he's got his strong beliefs. Which somehow turns your stomach at the end of the film a little bit but yeah you definitely some nineties nostalgia that perhaps some of us this interesting things and you are invited to feel sorry for her because they do talk about the family. They want to have things like this and speak. She's lost something but I think the filmmakers knew going in that they were dealing with something that was complicated and controversial of looking at the so mica the director. She's also made film brought portion. And things like this. Maybe she's not looking us to feel better about ourselves or feel like we're not something. She's looking to make us examine something rather unpleasant but she also sort of gives us. It's really romantic. Youthful raimondo says welfare haunted out to understand and it is something the end when complicity is brought to the foreground that sense that behind every great man is a woman that all that etched Whether you believe it or not that feeling that she unwittingly has been his supports all the way through and he calls calls. His co pilot is quite chilling. I can see in these colonel moments throughout the really profound filmed within. But there's some perhaps something missing me as the phone goes on to put some scores on this pamela. Come see. I uh so a i in anticipation to and at times. When i was watching it was a four. But it's it's it's down to a three a bist. Because i thought that this is making i and i'm left in torment. Maybe all consensual it. Six months broken. And i would say three. I think i always trying to go in and think you know. Hopefully it's at least the middle ground. And then i would say yeah. I almost four as well watching it. So yeah flip. Between yes fat. Three full there are some really great moments and icon. Kind of the site. If i feel like so. Terrorism supplement with maybe a cop-out all exploring or or having a subplot was a cop out because it's a really great love story that on the Great and then. I guess yeah two or three. In retrospect i wouldn't rush to watch again to recommend it. But it's not it's terrible wigs. Done way to spend your time. Sorry yeah so yeah got really interesting for me. I i will say that focuses. Those actors with fantastic filmmaker will will seek out their name again and festivals to come. We haven't had a new release week like this for a while because major studios have had that backlog of cova delayed films. There's always a major movie. The must see movie of the week this week. We have you know a a respected festival film and sort of meddling film as well which both giving so threes fours to. Which would you recommend. A panera consists rogan. Which you recommend these two if you could see one of the sentiments weekend one at this weekend only because someone would come knock my be angry with me if i recommended co-pilot even though it's probably better outside respects but there is another film up hold that thought but rogan out to the two new releases. I think i would. I would say respect as well. Yeah i i would say respects but yes pamela. Promised there is another film in cinema this week. It just doesn't happen to be a brand spanking. you put it is in a brand new restoration. It's joseph lozi's the servants. Tony was rich indolence. Charming and a little stupid. He wanted a man servants to do everything for him but he was too indolent to charming and little to gp to see the barrett was bogus to the coal and barrett. Day-by-day grew less violent and more indispensable with elegant savagery. The servants explores the relationship between the servants and his golden young victim. Wow that's a full tilt says if there ever was one so pamela. This is an absolute classic of british cinema always lists and so on so many routes into this stars the brighter filmmakers. Where should we start with the servants. Stop by nine this films from nineteen sixty three and it's about the british establishment collapsing in on itself in my savage brutal away. There were like snakes. Those corruption is mold. Everything's falling apart. It's really i think. The easiest way is in through the character of the seven which played by doug got and want to know something about great british film. History dope boycott started out as a matinee idol. He was the doctor who was always in love. And then in the sixties getting weird and so he may victim with joseph lucy he also directed this american director where he played gay barrister then he played the servant. And by the time the seventies roll around in sick twisted european arthouse films the night porter death events so this is his halfway house and halfway house to full on sickness and corruption. And it's pretty pretty vile is a great phone. It really is so much talk about broken. You make if this had you seen. This poses a i review. This is fast. Watch for me. And now i'm excited to watch more supplicy. Because he's someone might. My friend actually told me about two years garcia as had it in my head and came brilliant. Excuse yet it's wonderful. it's brilliant. it's beautifully short. The story is great. Yeah it on your skin. It's quite does not in some way but was incredibly beautiful to watch. It's it's really. I am excited to explore more Lacy yeah it's i'm very happy. Opened up put any well. I'm i'm glad you mentioned cinematography. Because that's something that we can always revisit revisits of see for the first time in popping four k. He restorations like this. Because it's douglas slocum who you're one of the funniest career trajectories of all time. Twenty thirty years after this became steven spielberg's cinematographer for indiana jones. And i think it's actually there. There's an amazing sense of space and camera movement within this very claustrophobic townhouse and also the moves. Between the way the way the frame is used and depth of focus to placements of characters in the space is. You can see this. Bill could be inspired by something like this. Even though the style of the film couldn't be more different from what he makes. It's all miraz instead every time you you you can't get away form this. The the house was actually bigger than a town house would be and yet feel smaller. It's like being locked in the front and thread house. It's it's really disturbing home under shadows owned by the staircase particularly vile sir. No it's it's really wonderful and also how pincer writing the screenplay starting that an amazing run of screenplays he would writes in the sixties and seventies. But i love how his stage plays would be all about. Power dynamics through dialogue and that is also matched by losy in slocum also using cinematography blocking tool so gets across power dynamics as they shift and the film that you think you're going to see it's almost played out in the first hour of this where it where barrett takes tony for a ride and brings in vera who is posing as assistant is actually his lover and they they then the cast out but then this very strange forty five minutes after that where it just keeps getting more and more twisted and surreal and subversive pamela. We should. i'd like to talk about james fox for a second. And what's what's his legacy. That isn't his son who shouldn't talk. That's cattle which fox's we discussed so james fox was actually dating sarah miles. I think he plays vera. Which is a freaky coincidence. When he look at some point so he's pretty bought into this and he's very tall blond handsome actor he's almost two property live and then we had crew then. He made performance. If you want to see a house in which two opposite people go mad in a westland townhouse. And you've seen this. You have to watch forms. Which is got him. In mick jagger their gangster and rockstar which i think was so disturbing for fox to make that he then didn't make for a long time so he has this incredibly powerful career that basically defines nineteen sixty s british cinema. He is wonderful in this. He is the son of empire the idiot as you point out so well in your synopsis. And he's rather sweet in his naievety. There is almost a almost a moment where you won't team to beat. Tobar it where you wanted to get out of unscathed. But there's no stopping the rise for the working classes until i sorry ninety-six after all but we were talking about pilots then about complex politics of themes and similarly respect films that sort of maybe give a simple view than the complex view. This is a very slippery film handle on. It's not as simple as the working class rising up by the end it's gone full delta vita and it's all about excess and indulgence and no one seems happy and you sort of have to be great to read about the film femur the lady actually trial read about these things miniskirts but also the film itself is complex psychological warfare and it works on that level. There's no way you would believe the film is going to go exactly where it goes the beginning. I don't how you felt about rogan amino see watching for the first time. Yeah no i agree. I i didn't really know where it was going and i am. I was wondering if i'm really interesting. It's this kind of reason. A rationale it's like he's doing this because he has. You know really strong moral convictions in a he. He's you know there's no indication that he is. I'm going to rise up as the working class. Just does it and i really liked taught because sometimes rich idiots should be punished and it was just really nice to see you know does nice. I like aspects of the the lack of explanation and just the psychological will fat in just just because and the way it moved his wonderful. Tony's not really applicant is a so just bought this house it's it's cooling apart you know. He hasn't hasn't really only pretends to be so he's phony and he still should be built around you know he's he doesn't even know what he wants. Romance to kind of gentlemen is he was the great line. I'm gentleman's gentlemen in your gentleman. It's a great thing it's always whenever we talk about these restorations and releases. Sometimes we can be tinged with a sense of something. We've lost that. We don't see films like this again but actually watching the seventy again for the first time in a decade or whatever. it reminded me quite strongly. Both in the sense of this phony at the center This direction less ambition and also the fact that this mouldy old british house. It does not look at look. Nice living talk. Remind me if the nest sean durken's film the only came out a couple of weeks ago has similar sort of creeping tension and rotted the core british society and we wonderful to see those two side by side. If either if you've watched that film yet. I haven't seen that one yet. I mean i was watching it. And i thought oh this is going to be like parasite it's not you can definitely draw them. Like surface level comparisons but no is quite parasite. Maybe more talented mister ripley or west yet but still no definitely. It's it's a wonderful thing. So rogan would you wish to go deeper into into this after after watching the sir. Absolutely yeah i think i'd echo pamelas recommendation performance. That's so this is pre beatle mania and performances postal mania looking at almost the similar things from two different angles or an accident. which is joseph lesean. Duck guard again and by god plays out to sleazy oxford dawn. Not really it's all about sexual harassment. Basically and the corruption at the heart of the british establishment. Which is an endlessly and the same as well as deep on that one can never runs out. Yeah thank you yeah. I'll check plays out absolutely and let's make you do. Watch any of those films and listeners. Let us know too. If you've watched either the new release this week all seven. maybe revisit. Maybe it's the i watch. Let us know what you think. The usual channels at l. d. lies on twitter truth and movies at t. c. o. London dot com fire email. Pamela rogan. it's been such a pleasure. Thank you for joining me this week next week. 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They Called This a Movie Episode 107 - Outcast (2014)

They Called This a Movie

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They Called This a Movie Episode 107 - Outcast (2014)

"God's work women and children in that with thrown is my some my baby brother because he knows your strong. You have to help the silver mountains. There sudden be bound is who spicer brothers men. What is mowing. How'd you find your that friend. We fought alongside one another. Call the white ghost and white ghost. If we escaped my brother. I will be the king. We'll give you a reward. Fourteen board golden. You cannot rule. God's will pretend an instant good altering welcome to they call this. A movie testing the strength of friendships. One terrible movie time subscribe to the podcast tunes another podcast services by searching. They call the movie. We were the main naming. Erica find more from us. The website the mainframe unicom on twitter facebook and instagram at the main amy. We're also now proud. Member geek vise nation you can find them at gb nation dot com. Welcome back to the movie. This anthony mackie always is dan. Acquaint landmark myers hello gentleman. How's it going. Everyone no bit just a question with this movie. We watched today be what happens if you have five year old. Write a script and they just wrote about all the things they like to see like. Oh i like a little bit of sword fighting oh and some archery and they have to be ninjas and just sort of thrown everything at the wall this might be the most sophisticated five year old ever but sure. I want to darth vader darth vader. Okay what else do you want. Nick cage five-year-old's. Midori is nick cage fans. They love five year olds. We really need to make a lot of money. In the chinese markets to turn us into one of those tweets where somebody says. Oh man my kid today. Oh yeah my kid. Wanted to know why he's going on like why are they trying to steal this thing. Why not your kids. Never ever mentioned anything like geopolitical. Anything like that. Your your kid was probably shitting. Its pants and yeah but before we get into the movie that our favourite five year old wrote. What did you guys watch this week. I actually took a break a little bit of a break. Because i had just been binge-watching horror movies and my psyche. Kinda really needed that. Because i was just it was just like constant nightmares really so the only thing i watched. I started watching the blood of zeus on netflix grand. It hasn't really helped my psyche because it's really weird. Because greek mythology was very like incestuous and just like you know. The gods are just like banging everybody guy. Well this is kind of a horror as well. So i didn't really help myself but it's a pretty good. It's an anime. I think it's pretty much in either of you. Seen the castle. Vania netflix's series It's in a similar vein as that but matthew mercer's in it so i figured i'll check it out. It's interesting but again kinda nightmarish. At times marco by you know movies only thing. I watch this week. That was quite interesting but got the sick along to it but the game historian came out with a new video and it was about when they tried to put mega man on the pc back in the nineties and just how it was basically one guy made it and just it was really interesting story of how capcom and how pc gaming was back then so that was really the only thing i watch out side of preparing for everything we got going on that. I think this will air after but yet just got the listen to that in the background. And if you have any interest in documentaries or even things with video games as a nice quick little one about something that probably many of us don't really know about okay for me not much. It is a short week. We recorded sunday so a recording this on thursday so we don't have a whole lot of time but in terms of me. Mandalorian came out. I have watched that. I've only gotten halfway through the boys. I've gotten halfway through watchmen all this great stuff that is at my fingertips and i can watch anytime i want but chose not to. What am i watching. We're running through the secret. Life of the american and i couldn't be happier because this show is insane. If this was a movie would be a perfect choice for an episode of this show. Yes the shows insane. I've seen it before or at least like the first two seasons or so because my parents used to watch it. And when i was the time of the show aired i was still living at home so i caught plenty of it. Shows wild a love. It it's maddening. the shingling woodley's character is the main character. She's the she's the titular american teenager. I mean everybody is but she's like the girl who gets pregnant in the first episode. She makes a he'll turn in in this show completely unexpected. Yep that's what i've heard. It's wilde's i don't usually suggest watching teen dramas mark might but i usually wouldn't this one if you're gonna watch one this is it. It's insane ernie hudson's in it sometimes. He's awesome jennifer. Coolidge has all extended the adherence. Molly ringwald molly ringwald. She's terrible honest with you. Stephen sherpa from the sopranos has an extended guest role from the writers of seven happened. Or the creator of seventy seven brenda hampton. This show's crazy. If you want to do a drinking game you wouldn't last a commercial break drink. Every time someone says the word sex nygaard even for teenagers. these kids are obsessed like a little too obsessed. But they're like chase that it so it's like the talking about it like clinically. Even i had to take a break every now and then when i was a teenager. Well it's not even like they're all having sex their oldest talking about the want to have sex and just very clinical about it Now i'm just saying like i thought about it talked about it and then you know at least a week day or like a like one day during the weekend to do. Just sit down and play. Some mario kart or something just to forget about it. But that's what we've been watching. It's really just a background show for us while we're doing other things but it's it's a fascinating show to watch suggest it for if you're in that kind of head space where you wanna watch. Something completely bonkers. Actually i had a question for you guys. I saw a tweet about a week ago. And i was discussing it with someone at work and i just wanted your take on it so there is a tweet about how on the set of the new james bond movie was at no time to die daniel. Craig's saw romney malik in make for the first time and the tweet was like he was so taken aback. Well we why does this always happen with actors like they know. Who's in the movie. Don't they know it's makeup. It happened with the dark knight with michael. Cain when i saw heath ledger as the joker did you hear that story. Yeah so yeah. Essentially the first time the joker comes up into the party. And that's the first time michael caine was seeing him and that's the genuine reaction like. Oh holy shit why you know you know who that is. You read the script. Did you. not the joker comes up to the. Oh okay so. That's when. I see him got it. M i wrong in my off here should should these people not know what the hell's going on. That's the thing. Dan daniel craig thinks it's all real. That's how they get such great performances out of him He's really a spy. Yeah he really thinks he's a spy you might chicks and they're like they gave him a special number right every time he calls. Ralph fiennes here. We go yes. Double o seven thinks knives out was a mission you have to go undercover the by you kind of work on my method for casino royale and never got out of it. James bond acting since two thousand six. Can you imagine that's terrible. Fate to suffer. He's just thinks he's bond and we go with it. They're really aliens in this western town. I would not want to be stuck in cowboys and aliens. That killed me right then. And there are other members masterpiece for all the good things. He's done like obviously. You're not always gonna hit home runs but that movie. Who boy that hurt i actually. I just realized that maybe like two months ago. It's remember like there was so much hype over that movie. Yeah it was so bad. It made no sense really. I remember seeing that in theaters. But that's about how much i remember. I watched it on a friday night. I just got home from work and it was probably like an awful day at work. I was like i don't want to go to bed because then i'll have to wake up in suffer life all over again. I just wanna stay awake as long as humanly possible and that came on. I'll watch it but man. It was probably worse to do that. Because then i watched that and then had to do it all over again the next day just punishing myself going back to my original point aren't actors should know what what's going on rate sure. Okay so it's not just me think everyone's like oh my god. That's that's amazing. I think in the case of michael caine. You're having to process a lot at the same time. Not necessarily just just the flustered from just the moment of being like you're seeing him for the first time not like. Oh my god. He's so scary looking more like oh all right. Well that's what he looks like at the process that i haven't gotten a chance to process like everybody else did in the middle of the scene. Okay that would make more sense. Because if he's not around heath ledger. he's not gonna be able to see that but like so now. You've seen rummy malik right. yeah but you're offset yearly. Are you gonna freak out every time you see him. Look like there's something on your face or you can. It's it's makeup daniel. Oh shit right scared me there. I think it's what annoyed me was. How if you saw that walking down the street. I don't even think. I'll give that a second. Look i just kind of look at it. I'm like oh that guy's got a fucked up face all right whatever but people. Oh my goodness this is incredible. Some reason it just bothered me You know what. I don't even really know what remained malik is supposed to look like in this movie right now. I'll tell you my head retreat when you go see this movie back. Dan was right genuine reaction to it. It's real you can't fake that but a- as a viewer. Has anyone ever done that when you when you saw the joker we did you jump in your chair. No dear god you know the joke going gonna be in it. i thought. Oh that's interesting. But i wasn't like i didn't throw my popcorn everywhere. Filling done that. David bowie did his cameo and zoolander. Like all these. It's really him but he duke. I don't know i. I don't think as a as a audience members of viewer outside of like a horror movie. Obviously where they're trying to make you jump. I've never been in like a marvel movie and they show like oh shit. The abomination incredible. It's you know it's fake. Well you say this now but when you see the new look of steppenwolf new in zack. Snyder's justice league. You're saying in different tune baby. I'm sure i will It's you know what if it's anything other than me yelling. Fuck you at the screen and turning it off. I'd be surprised. Yeah that's coming might not even happen though. 'cause took the trailers down so that means it's canceled canceled. Hashed everyone freaked out everyone. I love it. B.'s people are so fragile. Yeah it's and it was like it was the week of election national election and these people are trying to take over twitter about fucking snyder. Cut like let's process one fucking thing at a time people. We actually have something important happening. Yeah this is a real thing. We're we're trailer whereas my trailer. I need the trailer. Only one thing will help me through this. It's it's so beautiful. How these people cling to this it is. They're saving grace now. I just wanted to not come out so it can crush everyone soul and spirit. So they give up. Never gonna i don't. I don't have faith in humanity anymore man six so if you've noticed we're avoiding this week's movie. This week was dan's pick and dan. As few months ago. I had said that have been certain types of movies that were banned until the start of two thousand twenty one and i'd forgotten about that before. Dan had picked this but dan. Why don't you introduce this week's movie. Sure so yes. I will apologize. I'll start that. I apologize for this episode. I was kind of under the gun to be fair. We we had a short week. A short turnaround. This was like our thursday night football although also to be fair i said last week. If you could pick up before the weekend it would help me out. That's true well there goes that all right but anyway i was shirking my responsibility. I had a lot on my mind goes. Weekend was halloween weekend. I was hosting for a few people. And i was under the gun there. I wife killing me steiner. cut trailer disappear. Yeah i was not in the right head. Space right aunt all right. I was very distraught. I was i was just my soul was heavy but yeah i apologize for this but i luckily or unluckily whatever it however you wanna put it. I was scrolling through twitter. And i saw a tweet from scott weinberg who i follow and follow his well. He's very funny. He's a fellow philadelphian. Mark i believe and he posted that a movie had just come out on prime and it looked interesting so it had nicholas cage in it. It had dr fater in it. I can't remember his name. I just had it up. James earl jones jamie. That's hidden christianson. Yes james earl. Jones had hayden christensen and nick cage. So i said oh that's like the perfect storm of suck is right there. There's no way this can't be bad or good. There's no way that this can't be good to review. That's what i'm trying to say so i. I did a quick search on. It seemed promising outcast. That is what i chose and you know what not great Yeah outcast not great mercury. Come from that was the tagline for the movie. Yes so outcast. I had no idea about this movie. Obviously with the being more recent indicate movie. I haven't seen many of those. But i was excited when dan mentioned that it might have nick cage and hayden christianson in it because just that combo of acting together would be enough for this show and we do get a little bit near the end when they're both together but man is this. Is this movie not white. Savior the film in it. Kind of is yeah. It is everything about it just going through it. I was just like okay. I kind of don't know where we are like in the beginning. I kind of got that we were in the crusades and then they go east but they're not totally east because it's still like middle east. I don't know if they pop something up on the screen. That i missed really get location so but white people saving these darker skin people from things going on that's essentially with the entire movie was about and then all ends with a Cultural appreciation helm's deep at the end there with the battle outside the cave and where the only people strategizing anything are hitting christianson and nicholas cage for that thing. Despite the fact that two very competent warriors as we find out during the fight. I really wanted it to be more about the just character but i was slightly disappointed that it wasn't as good as it sounded like going in. Yeah i think the the problem is that we follow hating christianson. And aiding christianson isn't a nicholas cage. He's a blank slate. that's up fun. Nicholas cage is anything but a blank slate especially here than the twenty minutes that we have with him. He's off the rails not like super. Not vampire's kiss nicholas cage but for. Let's make this movie. The try and make money in the chinese market pretty off the wall here so he's only in it for twenty minutes. He's in the very beginning. He's at the very ends he's wild and then it's just a lot of walking around and a lot of action pieces. That aren't terrible. You know the the choreographies okay. It's just i liken this in our texts to legend hercules one. We did which started the ban on these types of movies to two. It just feels the same really. The very beginning of this movie feels very inspired by three hundred and kind of felt like Like last kingdom. Have you ever seen that movie with orlando bloom kingdom of heaven kingdom of heaven. That's what yeah. I'm pretty sure there's a movie called last them. That might be similar to this to maybe that might be newer but kingdom of heaven. I thought that's where they were going with this. I this reiterates. What i said about these movies. And the leading hercules. They're not for me. I don't know we therefore to be honest yet. It's just the sword and sandal. Movies is this is close close enough to that where it's just like all right. I get it. i don't love it really love. you like even the good ones item. Huge fan of like gladiators fine. I saw once. I don't ever need see it again. I know this is. This is coming the sound like blasphemy to to dan as he's a jazz russell. Crowe poster wait. Degen get a russell crowe poster. That's i'm not that big of a russell crowe fan i there one of those will now. That's in my room. I have that on the ceiling. So before i go to bed last thing i see and the first thing i wake up to his drawn butler she does have a Russell crowe poster down there. But it's that movie that he Shot in italy with ridley scott and penelope cruz or whoever owns a vineyard is that a real thing is god. That sounds awful name of it. But right now i just need some time i listen. I do like gladiator. I am. I thought that was a very good movie but i am not in love with russell. Crowe i think the only russell crowe movie i like. That's exactly what somebody who would be in love with russell. Crowe right. I swear it like them. It's called a good year and it wasn't. It wasn't penelope cruz. It was the one that looks like penelope cruz. mariane cotillard. she looks like crews. She's like a dark hair woman. Europe okay bound by the way. That's such a pretentious name for a wine movie. He added this year. This is how boring this movie was. Where the i started watching it and it opens up in the crusades and for some reason heating christians in the cage have enough time in the middle of one of the most historic battles in history. They have enough time to just of bitch and moan at each other mean. Meanwhile dudes are being shot. Arrows behind them getting sliced in half and they're they're just kinda you know shooting shit but you know i can kind of get behind this i. I like these types of movies. I enjoy war scenes. Who doesn't like that. And then it. It takes a heart like a nosedive after that when they leave the crusades now him christianson is drunk. And then i just decided you know what i'm gonna just like work out now. I'm just going to start doing some some exercises. And i'll catch what i can so i kinda got the gist of this movie. It was more more along the lines of cliff. Notes that i have here. They were longer movie. It's close to two hours right now. It's like an hour and forty. It felt like two hours. Yeah this is one movie. I do not need longer in grittier. But also kinda i kinda liked. The simplicity of the story was going for where it's a hostile takeover right we. It's happened in history forever. it's happening right now. Sort of and it's one of those things where it could have been done so much better. You know what i mean. And i think what mark is saying the whole white savior if you don't follow hayden christianson and he followed the brother and sister instead and maybe you get an occasion there at one point to just be like a mentor. Not not the savior. This movie probably does a little bit better but hidden christianson is just not. He's not dynamic enough. I think that's a good way to put them. Yeah you would have been great in. Its movie maybe not great. But for some reason chris pine i like chris pine i think you would do much better job than yeah hidden christianson. But his chris pine just not. Isn't he just matt damon in the great wall. Well does chris. Pine accent changed six times in the movie. I mean we haven't made this movie can make you can make him do whatever we want it. Who else was in great wall. What's his name is right. Mando izzy. I think so. That's his partner isn't it. I don't remember it's the it's the only three things i remember about. Great wall is that it was another thing may make money in the chinese market and matt damon couldn't decide on an accent now mark. You can't prove that it was supposed to make money in china. you can't prove that amid. There's no shred of evidence that the great wall was to make money in china and chinese. Destroy the mongols or make the mongols like supernatural animals or whatever it's for maybe third build hong kong actor. Andy lau how they all dressed up as power rangers in that movie. Did you ever see that. Everyone's like super colorful and their arms. Like like sharpen shiny. Yes i thought that was very fun. Just like they did in In ancient china power injure suits. There is a better version of this movie. And it's called the hidden fortress which was the basis of star wars. Done my cure cure sowell in the fifties or sixties essentially the same story. But yeah. it's a movie. I really have much interesting things to say about it. There's a lot of swath. Were things just happen. It's not right. It blends every kinda just blends where i don't think hating christianson says anything of importance. You know what it is. It's one long mission. Were christians in his just helping these two people get from imagine. We're moving. yes that's exactly what it is. It's just one long escort mission. They decided at some point they just take the most generic plots that you could take. Well i get disgrace. Brother is general but thinks he deserves the crown right and going to younger brother. But this isn't sexist so the daughter is actually the protector. Strong one and the younger brother wants to be the populace king that is out for the little man when he's confronted with one of them and then the white ghost is obviously your friend from on time ago all those tropes and just very generic tropes that can show that this was probably made written pretty quickly would be my guess that somebody just said oh we need like ants earlier we just need some movie that has far east stuff it that we can make some money in china. Just write something up. They love that whole dynasty. Bullshit right. yeah. Let's let's do that news for you this. This didn't make jack shit. He's also the girl they pick up lifts right out of this movie. I thought they were gonna make are either be like this really good martial artists or something like that like something else. That was missing a surprise. I needed magic. I think something. Like i think one of the girls should have been like he a magical healer like he gets run through like no wait and just like a hand thing on i was like oh my god. Why is this in here. I don't know but it's fun. Ancient chinese secret so the budget was twenty five mil. It made five million worldwide. Made five mil cumulative. That's yeah that's as they say in the business pretty bad the and i think that five million was probably like nicolas cage's paycheck his monthly payment towards his pyramids. The headstones are we worried that nicholas cage will be remembered as the guy who took whatever and not as like a pretty good actor. Are the problem for a mass audience. And i don't. I don't know if that makes me or you're just like i'm indifferent about it but because we've all seen the good that nick cage can do and there's there's episodes in sitcoms dedicated to him. There's podcast or directed towards just all of his movies. I feel like you see the good. That he's done is being overshadowed by this kind of stuff and i. I don't necessarily think he cares. But it's just weird to think that years from now when he dies people are going back like. Oh we'll we'll watch nicholas cage movie and they'll be like a thousand of them Where do i start. you know. it really doesn't matter. I guess because they all just kind of blend at certain points. Yeah i think. The precedent for that would be christopher walken so christopher walken. I mean he was. I'm pretty sure. He won the oscar for his role in deer hunter. So he's accomplished actor but as you got older. He was in the country bears movie and i think i always remember a quote of his compare. I'm going to paraphrase. Because i don't remember exactly what it was because someone asks him. Why does he take all these these roles in these objectively bad movies and he said well. I'm an actor. I do so i. So people offer me roles and i like to act so i asked these movies. I yeah i it's essentially. That's his job. Who turns down work to. If you're a freelancer at someone comes to you for work. You're not gonna turn it down. I just need everyone to forget about that. Unfortunate boat ride. I have with robert wagner the more the more movies i do less people remember. That's a great article by the way the onion article all my god still my favorite. I wonder what my life would have been. Like if i hadn't turned down star wars or thrown off that boat in the span of a week. I think you sent me to articles. One was the dreaded laremy one click hall which was like garbage sons. I'm telling you i am listeners. Out there go look up this article. Which one of my which one of my garbage sons are you. I have not laughed so fucking hard in so long than when. I read that article. Some of the choices are hiring. Eddie van halen ozzy come to my house until to go your father's house and tell them how bad your father is or something like that. It is so bad shit insane. But it's so good and i think we were discussing that article and you sent the onion one about christopher walk. What was he really up for the role. Yeah believe he turned down han solo. Wow there and there's a real quick Patent oswald does a bit about how apparently nick nolte was also up for the role of han solo. But turn i think he lost out to harrison ford at the last minute So he does a good bit. O held chewbacca. I don't know she's a fixed. The high oggi's it's that's essentially what. It's everyone's nick nolte impression. Because i've heard it on other podcasts. To is saying. Oh hell. I don't know i about the was. If he's batman. Oh hell robin though that signal. Call the cops but yeah. I would've liked to have seen that in. I like to see that in any movie. Put an outcast. Oh leave me alone. He would have fit right into that. Saloon he would've right as drunk. The drunk guy is drunk kid christian outcasts and in two thousand fourteen directed. By nick powell. He's only directed one other movie. The twenty nineteen film primal also star nicholas cage. That's the one where he had. He's a collector of exotic animals. That break loose on the shipping containers documentary. Yeah that's a. That's another that that movie sounds interesting. He's also he's accomplished stuntman. Nik powell is a stunt coordinator almost too many the name but some would born entity twenty days later cinderella man judge dredd braveheart starring. Nicolas cage hating christianson. Paul philip clarke simon chinn ho few lee also known as twenty nineteen twenty twenty s milan. She is the an the an the same movie. I am to be score of four point six and a rotten tomatoes score of five budget. Pretty low twenty five million dollars and it made five. We just let that hang there. It got run five and it made one million dollars for each percentage point around tomatoes. Or you know what. I think it is with this movie. It's not the fun bad 'cause whenever we review a bad movie it's fun bad right. This is bad bad yes it. It's a movie that and forgive me if you guys alluded to earlier that if they would've picked the lane and the beginning like we would have been a movie all about the crusades or movie. All about a far east dynasty thing may have had a better shot at making a better movie it should have been what it should have been so we have at the beginning where christianson cage or kind of going at it and how christianson makes a comment decays at. He's no longer the same person as he was. When this whole thing started we should have seen what built up to. We should've seen how these guys are devout christians. They're fighting for god and along the way they're just like they're doing all the atrocious things that were done in the crusades and like it it turns nick cage from zealot into like. What the fuck are we doing here with. And just but he says that in a really bad accent and you just do it that way instead of it just like you're a different person will okay. How do we know that he just he looks like nick cage to me. I think this move just takes itself too seriously honest with you except for nicholas cage. Nicholas cage is now taking this movie. Seriously he's in his own movie when he comes on screen. We talked about a lot of just like we're talking about. These bad movies is just rip off better movies this movie. You could rip off star wars in this movie. If you you could hate and christian sin could be the han solo of this movie. But he takes himself too seriously. It would have been great if at the beginning. There's the scene with all the cross bowman on the wall. It would've been great feed enact order sixty six and then everyone just runs in just slaughters of defenders. That would have been fun. A nice little throwback. I think the only time i was happy for something he did in this movie was when he punched that mme in in the face when they guy Yeah right just walks right up to punch her. Yes so that-that's seen to. That's like when they go to the town. I thought we're going to have a masa is league moment. you know that. Felt like especially when they're getting in there and she pays off the guards and the guards let them through. It felt like this was going to be like a mass is only seen but not really so. That was a little disappointing in terms. Of just you know that half that have fun. These exotic locations say right. I mean we do trot around the woods for fifty minutes of this movie which isn't fun. Like watch that on a shitty prime. Harvey trudging yeah. It's lord of the rings without any of the mysticism. Yeah you guys want against the plot. Yes i don't wanna get into the plot. What do you got. I okay so as i like to say and talk about our good friend. Tia and her podcast. Top ten with tia. 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We're going to get through this quick because we don't really wanna talk about it all that much. Yes and just being honest. Yeah so we open middle. East twelfth century and a group of phases warriors are barging into some castle somewhere and they're fighting other faces dudes and we see two phases hayden christensen and nicholas cage. And they're just killing a bunch of dudes swords but while they do. They have enough time to to each other one talking about how we don't need to do this. The other one saying no we totally do because god told us to the one that wants to run away as nicholas cage. He's tired of this bullshit more or less the generic thing we're just says go east that established where we are exactly no. We are middle east so he would. That would be right east right. Where like if you go east from most ways. It's just all desert in the middle east so you could just be sending him to his death. Essentially i think the hope was off die really so they kill a bunch of people and nicholas cage isn't happy about it but christianson seems to kind of be loving it and then we flash forward three years later and it's in the far east not the middle east and some king is dying because he's got movie cough so he tells his young son who's fourteen that he's going to give the throne to him despite the fact that he has a brother. That's been spending the better part of his adult years. Raping and pillaging as far as the eye could see all the name of his father so then his brother returns home. Shang his the great warrior brother turns home with a whole bunch of black soldiers. And they're like we are going to take a thrown forcefully so he stabbed his own dad when he won't give it up to him. And apparently there's some sort of seal that signifies who is the rightful heir to the throne. He gives that to the kid's name. Zhao is the fourteen year old kid and they escape with his sister was played by the girl that also plays milan live action film and they escape thanks to kung fu master monk who has never seen again because he dies it took too long to get to the martial arts to be honest this whole thing should have been martial arts move. This is just a martial arts movie. It was a moment where you noted movie is taking itself way too seriously if they just had that whole father son seen for way too long. Yeah so then. John his sister by the name of leeann they make it through the wilderness into some sort of outpost in the mountains trying to get away from the black guard and they stumble into some sort of sologne and they asked people that they need. They need help. They need protection to ride to a certain place. I don't even remember where the place was. But this i think it it winds up being like a general outpost or something so be patrons of the bar the saloon believe. Hey this is our chance to make some money. And then jacob who's played by a hating christianson doing his best. Chris hemsworth impression decides to stand up and say. Hey i'm drunk. And i won't my sword back because he sold his sword for some beer money and then he winds up just kill a whole bunch of dudes and saving their lives as i said through this really quick. It's crazy that drunk heating christianson could kill. Elite soldiers It's anyway he's not even drunk he's also high on opium. Yeah because every shot and another super annoying thing about this movie anytime we look at the world do hayden christians characters is. It's blurry blurry vision and it wears thin super-quick but they do it a lot. Yup anquish since character in the scene shows you what happens when you have fought for the power of god. That's good point like christianity makes you a super soldiers. Essentially it's worked for me. Is i know that. Yep so he kills those people and then jau leeann basically tell him now. You have to protect us. You're the only person that we could trust. You have to go odd to shingyoung. That's what it was at the shingyoung so and then he's just like i'm not but i'm going this way and you guys better leave this place or else you're gonna wind up dead so he goes out on the trail and then they are kind of following behind with slowly because he's got a horse and he's just like pc all but then the bla- the black guard is hot on their trail so then he feels like he's responsible for them so then he goes back to them and he helps them hide. And then they're off they team up eventually. They continue to walk through the wilderness. They come across a villages been sacked by the black guard. One of the guards is trying to get away with one girl that i guess he plans to rape and haning christianson from from way downtown takes out a bow and arrow and shoots him from about three hundred yards. And the most overdramatic shot. It is silly because then and like well. How did he do that. And he said impracticable practice. You probably got to be honest. I'd like holy shit. I can't believe that work serpentine. To and and there was the woman was on his back right. The the woman that he was trying to save is on the riders back. That's like a one in a billion shot right there and he does it somehow he does. It is just too good. He's like mickey mantle swing for the one of the mental. He put up career numbers right there so they saved the girl and she has no bearing on this plot whatsoever but she has personally got paid every day to show the set. I guess come on man. She does things she eats food. Yeah she says a couple lines presumably important stuff. I don't remember so then. They continue to go traveling around. Eventually they make to the desert and they happen across a caravan of people on camels and they are still being hunted down by the black arts or they pay the woman that is in charge of the caravan to escort them through into the next neighboring village and he gives them all bunch of gold and she says yeah short come along and they get into the city and we have. This is league almost scene where it to be a den of equity and there's harem of women and drugs and alcohol free flowing jacob. Hating christianson is enjoying every minute of it and then he gets drugged any pass out. It comes to. He's been tied up and locked into prison as well as zhao and leeann but he quickly breaks out a few guards when he sets his wrist ties on fire. Does everything else set on fire. Because all you see is it just goes up like the flame. Just goes around. That scene cuts away. I'm like that makes no sense. That's he's got a sword right there that he could probably use the cut the rope off. He was trying to be dramatic perfect. Yeah that was. That was an improv. made christianson. wouldn't it be cool for did this. Anyone should allow him to do any sort of improvisation. Ever you've lost that Privileged my man fun trivia fact killing the young ling's was all improv. You george i know you want this whole thing you go differently but what about if i instead of just like walking out from the kids. What if i just brutally murdered them. I don't know man that's a little dark. Yeah but isn't that like darth vader will do. I don't know if he would do that. Well i know poetry. I'm so i'm gonna say yes. He does destroy a whole planet. So i'm presuming their children on that planet shit. I'm going to sell off this property for four billion dollars like fifteen years in this movie hating christianson. Just pull out a dvd copy of episode three and go. You're going to do my improv right. I wonder if like on the set of outcast. Do think they were just like nick. Cage and hint christianson. Were just like comparing shitty movies that they've been in like jumper and then as was just like fifty different things. Well i got that beat. Phantom menace well. He was an infamous clone wars attack of the clones That's that's pretty good. Hayden is pretty good. You got me there. I don't know snake eyes wasn't hating christianson. A nazi movie. That was something but yes. Let's see. I also kind of feel bad for hayden because i wanted to bring it up that i feel like he kind of got the short end of the stick with those but the prequels Because i mean those movies are just poorly written toy grabs there. That's pretty much what it is. So he wasn't really giving the best but he didn't help i. I remember at when you. And i first met each other. We spoke in length about the sand speed. Yeah its course gets everywhere. You don't help yourself with that kind of monologues. Yeah that was so bad that i think someone did a whole video about how to change the prequels and i it's something along the lines of Like the sand or whatever. It's so funny. i size. Their animals i slaughtered them like an isolates league. It's the worst star wars movie. I think all three of those are really bad all of a sudden. It's gotten kind of people who've gone lax on it on the prequel saying on twitter. There's oh crazier twitter than film. Twitter or like geek film twitter. I'll say because like everything is underrated. Everything's like oh you know what it's actually not that bad like sometimes movies just suck. Yeah and it's okay to like we always had signed we do whole entire podcast movies that suck but half the time we love him right. Yeah but we're not going out on into the world screaming that these movies are good in any of these movies are actually pretty good use. Check them out. No they're bad but if you like bad movies watch it. I remember 2016. I remember hating suicide squad. Remember everybody hating jared leto specifically in suicide squad another one amazing spiderman to all of a sudden. Yeah everyone is an andrew garfield. Stan where were you. And he was trying to box office. If you guys showed up we might have had an amazing spider man three. So don't come around here now touting how. He's the best spiderman you're wrong you're wrong fucking wrong stone because you assholes. I assume i don't know if they're together in up. Yeah he just couldn't take the pressure of being the worst spiderman at the time fucking ryan gosling behind even mendoza's back to doing it so the that that's the thing man just don't use pretty soon we're just gonna be years from now. It's going to be like. Oh we have batman v superman. That's actually a good movie. Shut up shut up. you know. Movies totally underrated. Jona heck's i'm waiting for that. What about free lantern. you know. Go back and look at it. Ryan reynolds gives a nuance performs. Shut up go away please. If there's any genre of film that does not need to be reexamined. Its convert but we're doing just fine regardless. I feel like everyone keeps complaining on twitter. That there should be edit button. There should be a button. Where if you make a nonsensical tweet like that. You get banned for twenty four hours. Think the prequels are actually better than the. Hello what happened. I can't send what happened. Prequels better than the sequels. Bro of i think people are just trying to be edgy. Those hot takes. Yeah contrarian i guess it just makes you look foolish. People have replaced having personality with having a hot take. That's a very good point. But i think that's true because everyone just posts random shed and dislike us this as a like button if you think andrew garfield was the best spiderman when he was okay. Movies are terrible. They're objectively bad. Yes okay so he punches a woman in the face they escape after he fights some people eventually he gets wounded and he eventually tracks down jau and leeann who has gone ahead of him because they were trying to escape into the woods. Black guard was after them eventually passes out when he comes to some sort of medicine. Woman is working on him and a familiar face of nicholas cage by the name of d'alene at the was the name the how they pronounce his name and glain. And it's nicholas cage doing something he's got he's got gene. Simmons kiss hair with the little ponytail on. It's his is his talking style. I don't wanna say accent because it might be the same completely different than it was when we first clue. It's hard to decipher what he is. It's hard three years for glain. It looks like he to me. Maybe it's because. I blanked out the entire beginning of the movie but it just felt like he was a completely different character when he showed up here. Don't he is my favorite line reading. Is you want my blood. How he says it but he says it was so ridiculously. Want my blood. You all my blood. He say to the one girl he calls her like. No one says that to me child. His line readings are so good. This is what we should have had from the beginning. Yeah i'd watch a movie. Watch this piece of shit. So they should have done the opposite where they find hating christians in and he's only in it for twenty minutes. This is like the. It's like wicked from the witches perspective. Now we get a perspective go so gallons at some sort of like hide out in the middle of nowhere. But and having jacob have some moments and they don't really make up but eventually they find out the black art is coming to them so they kind of the enemy of my enemy is my friend so they kind of start loading up locking and loading and getting everything ready for the black guard coming. They build some grenades and they set some weapons up and tell everybody where they wanna be. Guard comes and sure enough. They set a trap for them by kind of burning some brush. All full smokes of the black art can't see so they kind pepper and pick off a black guard. One by one with arrows and eventually we just get some fighting. Some bombs are thrown booby-trap the cave with like the sweet home alone style. Swing of spikes that come in and hit the black guard and then eventually d'alene is in the path of a grenade. That's about to go off. So his wife may comes to save him. Pull them to safety and she dies so then he goes completely mode and starts just kicking ass and taking names and getting getting hit. Sometimes he's in a rage. He goes wolverine berserk rage. So eventually the black guard takes him in front of shing and they kill him. So then jacob then goes into his own little mini resercher and he starts fighting people eventually shing verses jacob in a one on one showdown i seized does terrible and then leeann tries to put a stop to it by holding a knife to her brother and her brother stabs her than jacob goes crazy and he starts winning against shing but then two guys ran in order to shoot arrows at him trying to kill him in the middle of their fight and then eventually jacob stabs shang and shamed is and then leeann just comes back to life all of a sudden. She's not gonna die. It might go into your theory. Dan was the character. That wasn't anything in the movie. Like holding onto her at this point. 'cause you have healing hands. Is that what it was. I'm just making a comment. Oh shit yeah shinya man. This movie doesn't deserve that. So then after leeann regains consciousness and shing dies the general black guard. Bend the knee. Zhao calling him your majesty's now they have agreed that he is the rightful heir of king so then they go to the general's residents and the generals find out the fate of jazz shing and leeann and jacobs now recovered from his wounds and they've buried may gain and jacob have one last affectionate moment and then they leave jacob behind because he can't go with them because his his soles to stained bodies followed him everywhere. Death followed him everywhere than jau makes it to the generals residents and they've been the knee as well. That's the end of outcast in the shortest possible way. I could describe this film. Was pretty sure i appreciate that thank you. Dan's got places to be. Oh yeah my bed yeah. It's yes we're gonna miss. They can all be winners. Yeah you know. I'm on strike to their be careful. Listen i'm going to try again next week or in a couple of weeks few weeks only one of us picked let on a leash. So that's true. Well you know. Listen guys this really sums up the beauty of nick cage. Either you're gonna get you're going to get a good performance a good bad performance or bad performance. So that's that's how it's going to be. Would you consider this just a bad performance. Yeah yeah this is the This is the ladder this third choice. Unfortunately but yeah. I was led astray. It happens none of us are perfect now and you would make this better. I liked my idea of setting it. During the crusades we establishing that it's a serious movie. We wanna have it where you know maybe hayden christensen is a young soldier of god. And he's he. He wants to do his part to rid. You know he wants to get the holy land back and nicholas cage grizzled vet. Who's seen some shit. And he's there they're fighting. They're you know doing all this up horri- stuff to women innocence and it just it really sours on nicholas cage is soul but hint christianson like really all about it. So maybe you get to the final act where they're storming the castle they take this. It's a huge step for them. Maybe there's a big fight at the end between hayden christianson and nick cage because it just cages had enough and him christensen calls him like a pussy or something like that. Go east you fucking pussy. Then get outta here. They fight they duel and hayden christensen kills in a cage or vice versa. However you wanna do it. But yeah i think it would have been cool to see from that perspective. How because we all know what religion can do to the easily swayed. I guess so. Yes something along those lines where hayden christianson just really he gets really into it and cages kind of on his way out with it. Yeah mine is what i said earlier. If they would just pick the lane like make it either. All about crusades are all about this far east royal family. I think either one of those films make it better but it's kind of hard to make a pile of shit better so that's really all i i would just make it more fun. I wouldn't take let it take itself too seriously. Like i think you'd be serious and be fun. This has no intentions of being fun. Like raise lost ark obviously all time classic but it's serious and at the same time tones. Yeah i did not have a fun time with this movie. That's all that's really like. I'm say no me neither all right. I guess we're done and that's the end of that chapter right. Play your shit. Yeah at the aucoin one. Twenty two twitter. Follow us at stranger damian's on instagram twitter as well. That's our real play. Dnd podcast and we. We have a lot of important updates for the game vault stream. We re tweet all the streams and anything else important that we have coming up so just you know if you wanna talk. D video games movies. Good movies good movies. Not bad movies that you think are good actual good movies. 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Blac Chyna's Rep Fights Back After Her Oscars Invite, Meghan & Harry to Reunite With Royal Family - Daily Pop 02/11/20

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Blac Chyna's Rep Fights Back After Her Oscars Invite, Meghan & Harry to Reunite With Royal Family - Daily Pop 02/11/20

"It's a discussion of the latest entertainment news and celebrity gossip that go beyond the headlines welcomed daily Pop. The podcast edition. That's such a huge show today. Nick and Vanessa are live studio. Were showing you how to get your favorite Oscar dresses for less less but first guys everybody who wants to do this. It was trending everywhere. Why was Black China at the Oscars? Well we finally have some answers. But we're not really sure if we're buying anchors. This is Justin and Melanie and welcome to Danny pop wondering why China was on the Oscars red carpet. It's funny because as I was walking to the carpet. I saw her come down the stairs from the Roosevelt Hotel where we were broadcasting live and I not GonNa live by. I thought was that China. Why because she doesn't work in film so a lot of people have said she doesn't deserve to be there well now. Her team is fighting back reptiles. Tmz whether it'd be the fact that she is a reality star a single mother or the inevitable reminder that she was a former stripper it does nothing to change the narrative that just maybe the Oscars indeed are so white. Her Rep also as a black China's still thinks it was worth it to take a stand and be a role model to show young people of color what they can achieve. Apparently she went with a music producer but harrap say she did score her own. Invite as well. So how do you feel let you know it was Black China being at the Oscars. It's we've all covered so many celebrity events and the Oscars usually like not necessarily reality Salazar their rights unless we know that they have a big linked to the movie industry. It's not like today putting a shop where you can have all different kinds of music. Celebrities Reality TV semi pretends into as like. That's anything goes there. And I remember seeing black China when I was there too and I was like okay because anybody can be invited to that. He also always very different. It's always a just the film crowd usually. Yeah so we'll show king that that she was that but not you know. I feel like we've seen more shocking. Things happen on a red carpet and I will say the security at the Oscars is so deep and if somebody makes it on the carpet. That means that they were invited. Maybe you were somebody. Maybe you got your own. Invite whatever it might be. You deserve to be there because you figured it out if I gotta invite whether it'd be a plus one to work the door to attend the bathroom. I'm going yeah I get it. And then here's the other thing too is so the car the red carpet shut down at like one o'clock. There's supposed to stop taking photos at one o'clock I we were all like scrambling to get there because we are broadcasting live and we were there a little after one I had walked back so it was about one fifteen so basically black showed up an hour past at least half hour or forty five minutes past when it was supposed to be shutting down. It's almost like they must have been expecting because they were like. We're going to keep this thing open to take her photo. I think shows up the people said to the Tokyo says hey and actually like. She had posted something on Instagram to say that she was on her way to the Oscars like so. That's probably why. But she is around. Passan like if you think about every year with the Oscars. It's very. You don't often see people who you don't think are going to be going the corporate shut down for people who are working so galas storrow but I think if you're invited was back at a repsented is raise the issue. Why PEOPLE ARE UPSET? Plan I think the easiest cop out and the easiest argument is always raise but I remember a few years ago in La La. Ken went to the Golden Globes and people were like. What is she doing there? Because she is a reality star and she had no links TV or film and what happened was her fiance. Now Randall. Emmett was nominated for a golden globe. And that's how she got on the carpet so I don't think it was race. I think it was like a Paris Hilton. Doing it. The awards type thing you know what I mean. He wasn't nobody was expecting her to be there. That's what it is as I said if it was like the opening of a beautiful boutique in Beverly Hills or the opening of a new restaurant. You have all different kinds of celebrities going the because you just tend to have the movie seven. Yeah I'm not really sure why he turned it into a race thing. It seems like a weird sense to take. I think it's an easy thing and I get mad when people use race when it's not a race thing because it kind of lessons when you really have to pull that card one hundred percent and I also feel bad for her. That people were questioning why she was there in the first place. I if it's your business it's just time and she looks absolutely beautiful and good. She was at the grammys this year too. But that's more like she's happy music stuff right. So that's less shocking. The Oscars are always give mind an industry events. So it's just anybody that's not in not industry. It's always a bit like why they light. Some people might say that about. Jeff Bezos of course Amazon now makes films but at one point. That wasn't so obvious since then people will ask him why entrepreneurs we're going to that kind of thing true true all right well a new twist you guys in the feud between Snoop Dogg and Gayle King. It all started last week after clip went out showing gail asking. Wnba star Lisa. Leslie a question about Kobe past rape allegations. She got a lot of hate for asking that question. And let's not forget. Snoops original response take a look park reputation respect to family. Backlash got so bad. That gail started getting death. Threats so now snoop has jumped back into clarify his comments. Here's his new post on the nonviolent person. When I said what I said I spoke for. The people. Felt like gale was very disrespected. What I look like one some harm to come to a seventy year old one. I was raised way better than that. I don't WanNa harm to come here. And then threaten her idea with said. Check it out you out of pocket for what you're doing and we watching you okay. So I must point out that Oprah. Many others are coming to Gale's defense using the Hashtag I stand with Gayle. It's been trending on twitter for a couple of days. Now was snoop out of line to post that initial video. He was Outta line in the sense. Because the first fifteen seconds I was like okay. I get where you're coming from. Europe set Kobe's name was tarnished. I'm with you but a lot of times and tell this friend of mine. Your reaction automatically makes you in the wrong when you listened violence or you threaten somebody. Are you use curse words? That don't make sense. And it's like had. He just set his peace and that he was upset about it we would have been making you have a point but yes he needs to realize that his words will call you. Choose an action and it costs people to go after gale and have death threats towards. I felt really bad for her. At that moment yeah. Do you think the second video makes up for it. No not really. I don't think so and I just I don't know I feel like y'all was just in a tough place and I think had it not been. His friend had been Bob. Costas are like a sports analyst. I feel like the question would have been okay. It still got some heat but it would have been okay but it was just a wrong time in the wrong place and journalists. We've all done it where we just go too soon. Are we go too hard? And it's just in the time of the moment you don't you feel compelled and I just everyone's made a mistake. Everyone's gone there without knowing what the repercussions are good. It'd be and I just don't think that threats are what should have happened to Gail Greene. Q. Had a vanessa posting about the struggle. That she's going through the my man and this is still a very real very raw situation and so people having an emotional reaction to gallium and what she asked in that interview. But you know it's just like hence the death threats and all of that stop people taking it very very personally but I I'm but snoop does need to understand the power of social media and if you say something how how emotional. He felt posted. How emotional of people are gonNA fail as well? It's just a question I always say. That MELANIA's only real journalist here. Because she will go crazy. You know I'm a career is but melanie is really. I'm just here for the fluff. Would you have asked that question if you were doing an interview? Yes I would have done and the reason I would have done this because we all have complicated lives right like oh like there is. That's what makes us peaceful is that we're all good and baton. We've all had things about us that maybe we don't agree with or whatever it might be And I think that Yukon Arrays History when remembering people I think the truth of somebody's life is always a little bit complex. I think the the problem is that the network the way they edit today and just sensationalized it. I think. Sometimes it's a mess not twice a difficult question you. I disagree with you in the sense that I know you would do it because you are that hard hitting I would have never asked it to a friend. I would have asked me to a sports coach. I would've asked to another sports commentator. I would have never asked it to a friend two weeks after the timing right so we had something different situation guys for. We've obviously had a lot of questions asked about Michael Jackson right and he has a complete complicated past wild. Is that right? Because he's not around to defend himself again very diff- different situation before twitter comes out me for this but you know that's a situation where you have to look. Somebody's full history. You can't just tell but with copay it's so soon. And that's that's the issue. I think again going back to what Vanessa posted yesterday. This is still a family. A nation fans friends grieving very not play over his loss. Yeah well yeah. We talked all about it. I said I thought it was not you know. It wasn't surprised that a journalist would ask that question especially Gayle King Gayle. King is known for asking those tough questions. That is the reputation. She's built herself as a journalist and she did. I think come out of a place of love. The second question the follow up question it got a little more intense because I think the journalists and her like snapped in But and she lost a little bit of sensitivity there however. I'm not mad at her for asking the question and I don't think he deserves the backlash that she's received. We all stand with Gayle high up next. Megan and Harry may be reuniting with the royal family for a final round of official appearances. But is it too soon? We'll be right back Harry. Megan are reportedly getting ready to face the queen once again. Where does she has asked them to come to? Next Month's Commonwealth Service. They went last year when prey. When Megan was pregnant with Archie and Buckingham Palace tells a news. They'll announce WHO's coming in quote due time. So if they do go how how did with the. How does the couple of handle the situation? That's what I would activate my black side and sweet best shit right under the I would walk in. I always those people the way you walk into. Family heated situation is the way they treat you. So have you walk in like a victim? They treat you like if you're walking angry. They going to treat you angry. I think what you need to do. Is Megan get what Harry? You'RE GONNA SAY WE'RE GONNA walk in. There is nothing was wrong. We're going to do our part. We will desert. They'll come back. We don't say bye bye go home. That's how you gotTa do you. GotTa be on the same page and I think sometimes we don't realize as a couple. We set the tone in family arguments. You know what I mean th baron mine. It's not like just wall with the royal family. Something like begging to go there and everyone's going to ignore them. That's still friends. Sh our happy with each other right now but they. Yeah but I mean like it's not like they do. They have to go while the come off is something that they've both been really involved in and it's really really important to the Queen. Remember we're GONNA see official events we all going to see them Let's see the Queen's birthday celebration whatever it might be we're going to see them at the south it doesn't mean that they're not going to go to stuff that's important to the Queen. Okay Begged Roy. Things are important and then like where do you draw the line like you think? Grandma's think a lot of things are important. Sometimes THEY NOT. Everybody always agrees is again. Take the Roy Innis out of it and just go with the family aspects. You go to the things that are important. That you know are going to mean the most to grandma grandpa daddy and you just suck it up for as long as you can but you gotta be on the same page. Now you ain't gotTA show up to every little dinner on Sunday but the big moments like this celebration you just got to put on. A brave face reminded every time they travel. It's GONNA cost taxpayers money because they have security at the moment that we think is being paid for by the taxpayer so if flying between Vancouver London. That's expensive. That's well however many Rosa first car seating with your security guards then landing at Heathrow then like your whole thing so they're not actually going to go that often to do stuff just because it's then the royal family will be criticized for the expense of the whole is there any chance that they'll turn gleaned down and not come now I think. She's like Andy Cohen. I think she hosts the paycheck until they get their funding part of their lifestyle. Grandma that gives you a trust on me. Said you gotTA CHECK IN WITH GAM GAM. Every time to get that check slipped under the table on that last week they did go and they did a private events in Miami. Supposedly now the highest paid speakers on the Speaker Circuit so these famous people that go and they get paid like six figure seven-figure sometimes go and give a speech to some private corporate people. Which is what they did. And so they are making money but how they do it from now on. That's why the questions are gonNA come. Are they going to take money from John? Jesus okay well. Just when we thought Prince Andrew was done representing the Queen. He does a public appearance. China's ambassador to the UK has tweeted a photo with Andrew his expert their daughter Beatrice and her fiance. They were there to celebrate the Chinese New Year. I kind of thought Andrew was supposed to stay out of the limelight. What is happening here? I think for them to me looking at this photo. They're probably trying to test the waters to see what the public reaction was going to be with him. Taking a step back into the limelight. So they sent him with the kids health even sent him with a wife that everybody hated barely enough you. He is going to do every so often some pieces and she. The business relationship between China and Britain is really important right because of Brexit. And he's somebody who has experienced in that field so it doesn't surprise me that he went and did this. Okay GAM- gambling shadier than we thought. She's really smart and actually a Prince Charles. Really smart like family has had so many ups and downs over the pasture and I think they are pulling back on the work that needs to be done as far as the the members of the family that we want to see and Change you bet is some difficult decisions that they've had to make if I was Prince Andrew and this is no shade to anybody in the world. Muggers said to me I would love to send you to China right now. With the Corona virus happening spreading on I would love to negotiate cans and his people at the airport and show that we are United Guinea pig. I would be like thank you mom. Thank you thank you for the new Charles to go kiss everybody and say hi and Corona Rock and running around and then he was like Oh Syn Burgi. We never talked to in ten years. Just CENTER ASK TO MONEY No. It's terrible it's terrible. Come on GAM GAM Caruso. Come on come on. I knew you were going to bring the cover. The Corona virus was gonNA come up in this conversation. I knew him to China thousands. The Chinese busted came to just come to his house. Okay well there's even more drama and the royal family the Queen's oldest grandson Peter Phillips and wife Autumn of announced. They're getting a divorce. After being separated for a year you might recognize their daughters. Always are playing around with willing kit. Cates kids at royal events. So it's just like another thing happening now. Is His gift just like I hate you. All say the reaction of camera was I think justine might have a crush on him. He's handsome isn't hey kings down you can have it. I think the royals are more like celebrities than we think. In the sense that went celebrities. Want to announce a split. They wait for a lot of things to be going on like a bigger split in the in Hollywood or someone dies or a headline comes out so I think for them. They were listening to you. Guys have been split up for a whole year. There's no way the royals did not know that they weren't split up. You gotTa tell them everything you're taking a poop at two o'clock they got a new one fifteen so I think for them. They were like listen. Just throw it in there. This whole thing's happening with with Megan Harry and just come on. Let's just do it right now? Is the time today and I was the queen's favourite grandson is what he's known as Sarah Senators brother but the queen is supposedly really devastates trauma in her life. I will say that they'd been married for twelve years. They're going to be CO parenting together in Gloucester share. It's like twelve. Years is a long time just like in Hollywood or Hollywood for twelve years is a long time in what else because it's a long time. What's the matter was ready for another black divorce in the family? 'cause I'm ready Peter Bill? He is handsome with those look at those choppers. He's so cute. Shoot your shot just in. Everybody help him. Okay let's let's send some tweets out if you haven't won their attention reading your thoughts on a story. So far Zima says says she gets. Why Black China was at the Oscar? She writes she acted the hell out of that. Embezzles seat on her reality show Noreen says it was a random. Why was she there? There are better reality. That really wanted to invite I invite cash and James Says Maybe Oscars invite a black China for their ratings and shock value. I was just as surprised when it came to before trying to do not walk on stage and presented best actress or she walked the red carpet. It happens all the time All right coming up like a million bucks but on a budget. We'll show you how to get your favorite Oscar dress for less. Next thing has good hab. You're letting Oscar fashion like we were but can't exactly afford the hefty price tag. This one's for you rent the runway style director. Blair Walsh is here. Welcome to the show. You're going to have some of our favorite looks for a fraction of the designer cost. Yes very excited. I'm here with rent the runway today. We're an online clothing platform that offers our subscribers and unlimited closet just having the ultimate Carrie Bradshaw closet at your fingertips instantly because it's sustainable right. If you're gonNA to wear something once it means that you can just rent and then give it back. It's good for the planet exactly so let's start with one that a lot of people say we're best was best rest of the night penelope Cruz. She had a beautiful black dress. Amazing so yeah. This is our penelope. She is wearing a Cynthia rally that we have on rent. The runway with a little beaded soak soak coaster rates. Ace symmetric hemline pockets. Can't go wrong with pockets at a red carpet event super easy to keep your lipstick And check and then also added a little costume floral broach. Just on the top to really pull the penelope Cruz. Chanel look together. So if people were looking at rent the runway before would they have seen this version of dress or is this how you styled it since the OSCO? This is an interpretation We have the Cynthia Rowley dress on site. Then they added some little costume touches. Really perfect that Penelope Cruz. That'd be great for like a formal wedding to a nighttime. Okay so Natalie. Portman made huge statement with her dress and a lot of people loved it. But it's very intricate. So how can we get a look like that was great? Isn't this look amazing? I mean so exactly like your So here we have a markes and no tay look at that beautiful gold embroidered on detail and we have a little updated version from the kate that she had on the red carpet and just added a Blazer. Just for a little effect here. Let's really good okay Mandy Kaylynn. She's sparkled yellow. Oh my gosh. This caller was amazing. The DOLECEK BONNA and her skin tone. So here we have our version as we tried to replicate the asymmetric neckline that she had on the red carpet by having this asymmetric ruffle hem with the beautiful statement necklace. A little touch of sparkle in the ears. Do you find the Oscar fashion directly correlates to what people renting room? You I think so. I like to think that all of our trends that we have on site or definitely what you see on the red carpet and the fashion shows We like to give our subscribers that instant fashion. Yes I feel like if you see a ton of one color on the carpet. I've been people are like that. Must be the color right now. I'm GonNa Bite that one and you can see it on. Yeah all right Brie Larson. Let's start let's look at hers. Hers was so beautiful one of my favorites of the night for sure and this beautiful Badgley Michika very similar to the slam. We saw re- Larsen on Santa Cape But she is beautiful on the sparkley blush number V neck line just like rehearse unlike support on the red carpet again with the little statement hearing as you have to ask. What are the biggest trends right now? On rent the runway one of the most popular styles being sold. Yeah so it depends on if we're going to do a one time rental for an occasion face or if you're a part of our limited subscription service which are everyday clothing But we definitely see a lot of upcoming transfer spring as far as florals pastels with POPs in Neon and there as well and some really cool street style. You guys look fabulous ready to walk the red carpet. Thank you so much Blair and all of our shoes today or by shifts to complete that whole red carpet. Look here I love it and you guys. All these looks at rent. The runway dot Com all right up next nick in Vanessa. Less Shea are here with a wild new way to find love. We'll be right back. You're going on your first date. How long is the perfect first day? We'll COSMO says and needs to be fifty seven minutes exactly why while. There's a couple of reasons. First date are for gauging interest and attraction and according to science you can tell if you find someone attractive in three seconds the fifty seven minute roles respectful of your own time and dates as well. It also sets you up for the perfect second date. It keeps you from going in too deep too fast. Like imagining your wedding. Which kids are GonNa look like and it gives you an easy out if you're not feeling it. He can tell your data about the rule ahead of time about that idea. Really controlling bright. Yes I'd love to go on a date. Now here's the thing I read and COSMO fifty seven minutes Yakima free. You know that I've been on a lot of first dates of course but my limit is an hour for the first aid. I never do a full course meal dinner. I always do coffee I always do you. WanNa taste because I just think that in fifty seven minutes sorry in our like. I like to say you got to give people the preview. You know what I mean and then you can gather just enough information to where you can do that background. Check with your favorite judy. When you get home you know what I mean like you can search figure it all out because I do agree when you give too much on the first date it could come off as either authentic or is this guy had to willing so. I've had states that last twenty minutes and I've had a state that wants lost four days. Ooh So it can it? It depends I think it would just go with the flow. See how it goes but if I get fast eight and know the idea of them I'm out of that I'm like all I've got to meet my mom. And then she lives in England but like I will get out to that quickly. But how did you go to four day? First date was really good. I'M I don't I've never put a time limit on that kind of stuff. I always feel like you. Just Kinda follow your heart with that and you just see how the conversation goes. I didn't see like a natural place where it's like good to go but like things are good but you know you wanNA leave a little something. Then you leave. Seven-minute says enough time to get to know some. That's the point it would force you to go on another date to dig a little deeper. I also and the type of person who likes to get a little the honor for the first day because my nerves are so bad but sometimes if you stay there for two hours in your in your third glass of wine then you turn into like you know terror we gotTA WATCH TO WATCH. How let you get and you just like the drinks just flow and then you get up to go to the bathroom and you look at yourself in the mirror? You're sweating again. It's just a mess. Yeah it's over two hours. What would you say though? Eat Food Tanning. But you don't say anything to them before you don't say like. Hey I'm going to go for an hour. Say Hey would you like to meet for drinks? I have a work event around the corner that starts at nine and I'll meet you at eight and then I just leave at nine and a half. A complete out to get out of there is good. That's good set the time limit. If you're going to do that with like a nonchalant way don't direct says I think that's awkward. Okay coming up. You Guys Corey. Feldman is here. He's revealing a dark secret. He's been keeping for decades or excited to talk with him next. We talked about the nine one. One call and your interpretation of that nine one one call. Okay want to play it. You could play on us. Okay you've heard the thing. Whatever your tell me rate for all that. So absolutely heartbreaking that joining us on daily pop now is Corey Feldman hair with that clip from an exclusive. Look that you've given us here at daily hop of your upcoming documentary truth. The rate of two coreys might truth my trees your choice. I mean it's called my truth. Yes yes that's another one of those legal. GotTa be my truth versus just blanket. Truth because it's gotTa be first person speaking of my own story so that was something that we had to do for legal purposes. GonNa make this on this very couch couch in this very room. I spoke to you. Very people are GonNa have a a explain how you're going to show asked. This is very exciting melanie. I'm just so thrilled to share it with you guys and thank you for being the first to show the trailer. Thank you for all the support and helping me get to this point. I really appreciate you guys. I really do so anyway. The great exciting thing about this is. It's going to be the first time anybody has ever done anything like this. A worldwide live pay per view event. That's a global event where literally everybody in the world can watch this movie at the same time standing up for victims standing up for survivors. By saying we're no longer going to be kept silent. We now have a new avenue for filmmakers for artists to be able to break through and be able to get their vision. Get Their Story to the main. Stay of the world to to the masses Which is the first anybody's ever been able to do this? Because it's a brand new vehicle brand new outlet which is a streaming platform basically that I integrated into my own websites. We created a website directly for this. It's called my truth. Doc Dot Com and in that website on February twenty-second. You go there. You purchase an e ticket and then you go back on March ninth. Which is the eve of the one. The ten year anniversary of Corrie's death. Wow so literally on the ten year anniversary of his death. You're going to go to the website at eight o'clock. Pm Pacific Standard Time and also on the website might truth dot com. There'll be a world clock and a ticking counter to show you when it's coming because a lot of people will be confused you know. We'll eight o'clock in Los Angeles is going to be four. Em in Louisiana big thing about this documentary is she'll story but you're also GonNa name yours us us what you've never done. Before I've I've I've named my abusers I talked to the police back. In Ninety three I told them all of the abusers names But they chose to not take it seriously not investigated because they were too worried about Michael Jackson. They weren't worried about what I was saying right. So that's the way it never got investigated and then the statute of limitations. Fill out on it. Now we change the statute of Limitation Law here in California this year. I am so as of now. People can bring cases forward that are dated pre two thousand seventeen so amazing right But that said this is going to be the first time that all the details. I've talked about it in my book. I talked about it on the lifetime. Film a tale of two coreys but this will be the first time. I kept my promise to Corey. We got around the legalese and I am able to actually literally say the names of who did what and the details of who did what. And that's what's important. Let me actually this question do your abusers know that they're going to be named. Have you been contacted by them? At all Interestingly enough I have been contacted by my own abuser. Who's been mouthing off about me on twitter lately and yes John. Grisham has been bold enough to go out there. That's his name. We've said it on TV already so we can say it here but but it's what he's been bold enough to go out there and try and call me a liar and accused me of lying as he's hiding out in Mexico even though he's on you know the run because he was supposed to register as a child sex offender and you never did but also the guy who raped my best friend I I don't even know if it was really him but I've been told he's trying to contact me as well so we don't. We don't really know I don't want to say too much. The last time you came here you were afraid for your life. Had been threatened. Tried to attack you. What's your fear for when this comes out and does it even matter? Do you just care that the truth gets out. Well absolutely. That's the deal. So so the thing is this look. Obviously there's going to be people who are going to be Very unhappy that this is coming out people that are going to try and want it silenced or stopped nothing can stop it at this point and that's why we're only showing at one time because we want to make sure that we get it out that. I've done my job. I've kept my promise. And what happens beyond that? I don't know you know if somebody wants to buy it for a secondary whatever. We can talk about that down the road. But I don't know if that will ever happen and I don't really care 'cause I'm not doing this for awards. I'm not doing it for festivals. I'm doing it because they made a promise to my friend and I made a promise to the fans and we're going to keep that promise. Has it been a healing process? Making my God. I can't wait till it's over ten years of me trying to do this to keep that promise. Corey asked me literally eleven years ago if I die before you will you please make sure that my truth and my story gets told how and so this is eleven years later and now we're actually telling the story finally so. I can't wait for people to hear all the details. Unedited UNCENSORED RAW. It's all coming and the Great Brian Hers Linger by the way who directed this. Brian is an incredible director. His first film was a documentary called my date with drew and he was a friend of both of the Corey. Also he's friends with James Neulander. Who of course was there at the beginning? When you know the two coreys things started so it's very nice to have like that kind of organic. Yeah Group of people that was around. I cannot wait to see this. Thank you so much for being truly appreciate it. You guys might truth the rape of two coreys premieres March night on paper view up next nick in Vanessa Shea. He's in love kids to kids to everybody. I've met the person I want to spend the rest of my life. I've never seen her before here. You will choose someone to marry. Nice to hear from you. Say See you without ever seeing. If you're ready to find the love of your life pods are now. Open the hose of this new dating show. It's called love is blind. Please welcome Mike and Vanessa. Less Shell is so unique in a look so spicy and so good bye. See US whenever you guys were pitched it. What was your first really. Yes we have to do this. You know it really just have elements of things that the like. I've seen this. I've seen that I see but not together all of these elements together in the fact that you never see them and then you proposed to them and then you see them. Sorry I feel like our first thought was I. Why hasn't this been done before? And secondly like is this going to work and this work and until we actually got on set and we started to put it into motion. I don't think anyone really truly knew if this was going to play itself out the way that we needed to and it was a big to watch this on a daily basis. Go to work and watch this thing unfold and watch all these stories. Start to develop organically and in a real way. Awesome not marriage therapy for us but it was like a cool level of our relationship because we filmed over eight weeks and we weren't there eight weeks straight because obviously we have three kids at home so this is really cool about letting us go back and forth but mommy and Daddy are away so we were trying to juggle that. We brought in our inlaws all the good stuff but every night filming we would go down to the lobby and we would have a drink and we would just talk about what happened and it just it. It was really interesting to see what we were doing as people watching it and hoping what people will take out of it. Truly judging people by who they are developing the foundation of an emotional connection falling in love with a person's heart and soul and then adding the physical layers of reality to read this certain couples that you were just like. Please don't please talk with the men and the women so I'd hear everything the guys are saying about the girls and then I'd hear from her with the girl I want to go to like. Look Dude I know you're feeling her going but I couldn't say happened. You can't do anything about it but it was so cool because we were literally work all day and then we we'd get home to want to talk about it even more. We're thinking like if we're so you into this thing and they get through editing it it's going to be an amazing show and it turns out. It's been amazing. That is insane. I just need to you all about the gays. I just need a hand everything you could think every possibility we put it this way comes out a slow. We had marriage proposals. We have people that didn't exactly at the imagine somebody might have might have was is you. GotTa Watch tell you because in this world everybody on the spectrum that there's so many things. I think that this person struggled with this is who I am but was scared to tell that and ended up saying it. And that's the whole point is you shouldn't be scared of who you are. But the bottom line is these are all people who are kind of fed up with the dating scene as it exists now with the swipe left and right mentality and everyone being judged on their on their appearance they came to be a part of this kind of social experiment because they were looking looking for love. Yeah partner and so. They're all there for the same reasons I think that's what we saw. The connections get made so quickly organically because these people wanted to fall in love. Yeah I'll be damned. They did the old fashioned way. You know just put together a one million dollar music video and have the hot girl walking and just over a judge. This you Nicholas. I walked down. He was like honey to your marriage. Is this you may be blind with marriage counseling you had met in this setting. Yeah truthfully do you think you would have picked each other? It's kind of should I let you answer? What if what if I said? Yes Sir because we we have the same birthday. Were very much the same person on a lot of levels. I think there would have been an initial connection of. Hey I'm into the same stuff you're going to have same values. Same Same Bob. When I first started when we started courting we were both it was right after the music video honestly was when we really started like dating and texting and calling. And that's what I believe solidified the foundation for our relationship. We weren't seeing each other's I wasn't able to select be distracted by his baby blues or see me in this uber. All it was truly like how was your day like. Oh you seen down what happened. Or what's going on in the vulnerability? We both had. This is who I am. This is how I am. This is what I love what I don't know we just got to know. And then when we saw each other we were like we got it get always tell a couple about how host events and I want to your Halloween party one year. And I'm telling you it was so much fun but you're at the Bar Chilin Beers holding the Bro. Steve and you were literally running all over the please dancing wine. She gets fixing everyone to go bags. And then all of a sudden you guys come back in here and it's the cutest thing but that's how I can tell when my couples are real because you guys have both different personalities. Always come back together. What she was just saying about how he first got together. I think it was just a great foundation for everything that's come after and I think that's true for a lot of the people you see on the show to. They built the core foundation of getting to know each other kind of the old fashioned way for who they are and whatever comes later. It's a great kind of jumping off way but there is a fine. I mean I don't know why I was thinking about this. When you're talking about like not getting catfish nobody got catfish. Let me put it that way. Nobody was like. Oh my gosh but there were moments where the girls would come out. And she's like well. He told me he looked like this. And I know what the album this is where my acting is going. Seem like. She said she looks like so. And so and he's very wrong. Way For this. I cannot wait to see this show. I can be so good and it's going to have seen after seeing you guys are a part of it. Be Part of it. All right you guys love and blind on Net flicks up next. 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112. Feature Presentation - Blow (2001)

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

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112. Feature Presentation - Blow (2001)

"After leaving his small New England town for college georgiana dives, deep into the booming marijuana market of the late sixties, but years later graduates into the dark and gritty world of Colombian cocaine as business escalates. So does the violence and Georgia's use of the drug in question as seventies turned to the eighties George find juggling his roles as husband father and drug trafficker while all the wall trying to keep the cost office back in his head above water. Welcome to another feature presentation midnight feature. And on this episode will be covering two thousand one's below directed by Ted. Demme. What's going on guys? Welcome back to midnight double feature tonight. We're going to be covering two thousand one's blow direct by Ted. Demme Zohab have, how are you doing this evening this morning for you? I guess. Yeah. Well, it's just ticked over too often. Yemen. I'm good. I'm good. I'm really good. Yeah. What? This is a weird one before we get into, like, you know, let's do concessions and all that thing all that shit. But I would love number one. My the main question in my mind is what the fuck did you make me watch this movie? Have you have you never seen this before? This is the first time for me. Oh my God, man, that like to me, this, this, this was like a staple by, like growing up. Like when I saw this, I was probably. Oh, god. I was probably like fifteen sixteen years old. And like this was right up there with stuff, like you know, you watch this goodfellas Scarface like shit like that. You know, like it was it was up there. But I this that's that's, that's the price of you've never seen it before. Yeah. I mean I was telling you. Sorry, I was telling you, I really like you know, movies about the cartel and shit like that, man. Like I this is like, that's kind of like almost in my wheelhouse, man. Like I love that shade, let the crime shed like men like I didn't have to tell you and remind you again, that's Cario is my baby of all time, and that fucking is all about the caught out like I love that, that kind of like sub-genre of crime films. But this one this, this is just one that like flew on my right arm. And like I'd never even heard of georgiana either. Wow, that's fucking crazy. I mean, I really I mean I hadn't really either to list movie come out. I'm sure like most people, I'd heard a public bar had heard of Norman's K. I had heard of, you know, the, the cocaine boom in the eighties and stuff. But, but no, I didn't know like the specifics of it, and being there's definitely some historical. Inaccuracies inaccuracies with this. I mean it's a fucking movie. But all in all I was like kind of something about it carried over from last week's episode about this, this crime, kind of element as account wanna do some this crime related. You know, as I want to do some high C crime e- druggies moaning out of fucking Bank. Yeah. Right. No, no. Norton coke. And rob van could cook? Somebody's peak. But yeah, I, I tell you, what I you go for you. Tell me what you talk, because I mean, it's my pick, I disliked the movie, I think that's kind of like a given. But I wanna hear you think I. Yeah. Well, okay, I'll get my thoughts but we didn't even fuck out. Wait. We just jump right into this. Fucking media's so guys whereabout get into thoughts on fuck in what's called the employer. I'm kidding. Okay. I know what it's called, we're gonna get into thoughts on blow just before we get into that letting full spoilers. We're going to go through it sequentially we're gonna talk about it same by saying, and, you know, get into it. You know, get into all of the, I guess, the Fame's and whatever the fuck and make just silly jokes and old oughta hygiene, so easily. If this is your first time chaining in this is what's called a feature presentation. We also have outcoming attractions episodes, as usually hosted by Matt, and usually house may on, and those basically news episodes that we just kind of like talk Boesch it about. And you know, talk about the new trial is, give out little short reviews on what's adding cinema right now we just saw John wick three so we reviewed that as well. Check that out. That's on the fate now. And where also we also had special features, as well which is kind of, like Al sort of like one off sort of special episodes. I think call I think I have a new one. Sometime coming Sern like saying game of thrones just finished typing have Joe Beck on. Yeah, she's awesome. Did love to have back on. And guys bay showed a follow us on socials. We have affect so page which has been double-faced Shah. And we have Al Facebook group, which is the off to potty so feel free to jump in on that basically. That's why we postal maims news and pray visa. What's to come next on not fair? Love that community. That communities, thriving love it also Instagram, which is that not double faith, which is another awesome platform that we're on love that, that page, and we're on Twitter, which is at MDF pod. And plays plays plays bass show to review us on turns that would be fantastic, if you think they need to improve just tell us where tell us what areas and, you know, if we need to improve the honest, one star or gives to stars or whatever the fuck you failed like we need. That would be awesome. But the bottom line is that way, would love to just get your fate back. So if you guys could do that. That'd be awesome. Now blow Mahto talk. I thought it's okay. Yeah. I, I think I think it's if I saw it back in two thousand one when it released and, you know, take away from the fact that I was fucking eight years old. If I saw it as a twenty five year old into one, I think I would locked it a lot more. I think it's kind of, like suffers a little bit because of because recently Spain Sar botch coverage of the midday Inkatel, like do you know what I mean? There's been some so many TV shows that have popped up, and I'm then mostly, like fucking quality, Tei shows, and quality movies, man. You mentioned Nakai's off, Ed like Nakai's as incredible as fast as Ivan saying the yet. Have you have you seen those two seasons? I actually haven't I it's like I'm in middle TV ignorant person, but it's one of the few TV shows on like when whenever I like get sick or whenever I break break other bone outta work for like a week. I'm gonna sit down and like binge the show, you know. Yeah. It's dude. It's incredible, especially as fast as in spins really good. Really good. But another, another film, actually that as I was watching blow kept coming to mind was maybe called American made. Have you heard of that? Oh man. That sounds really familiar. I don't think I've seen it. But I think I know what you're talking about. Yes, American made is a movie starring Tom Kerr's directed by Doug Lyman came at twenty seventeen. I'll Reiji the the plot synopsis. Right. Is very similar. And I think in, in my opinion, I think it told the story little bit better. It's not the same guy, by the way. So berry sale at Tate pollen is recruited by the CIA to provide reconnaissance on the on the Belgian in communist threat in Central America and soon funds himself in charge of one of the biggest covet. See I operations in the history of United States. The operation spawns, the birth of the midday Inkatel, almost brings down the Reagan White House. So it's a bit. It's a bit. It's a bit more on the political side of things like it goes into the CIA and stuff, but it's still deals with a lot of what blow does like talking about like trafficking drugs illegally. Try to do it. You know, under the right trying. Not to get fucking court. Like, you know, trying to get on the fucking midday and bad side. I it, it does a lot of what blurred dead, but I think, in my opinion data, and I think when I watched it when I watched American made, I think, watching American made before blow was kind of. Kind of putting blow at a disadvantage because I guess they went movies, lock Blau, like American made that in that time until has once I but yeah, man. Look, I thought I thought it was decent like it's definitely with a watch. I think the story of George Yang is a lot more interesting. And. And a lot more engaging than the actual film, making of the movie. I don't think when. Who's the director, is it? Ted Demme riot. Yeah. Ted Demme yet. Sorry, the name Ted Demme came up, and I was like, oh, Ted Demme the guy who directed fucking Sohn's of the lambs, and, like nine that's Jonathan Demme who passed Hawaii rate, saly Hemos, do you know, about Ted Demme, dude, I did a little bit of digging him into him. Not a lot. I know that Jonathan Demme's actually his uncle. Okay. They. I know that he, he died like right after this came out like a of ion ironically, he had a heart attack. And there is like cocaine in his system like oh, wow. That's well that's crazy. Right. That's what I was gonna say. Like he died on January attained to two playing celebrity Bosco ballgame, any collapsed and died of a heart attack by being related to Kane. Acta Michael report from fucking prison break, it was one of the participants in the game and miss the typing of buck indentifiable some shape. My why this is saying that that's not very relevant than was pretty gray matted ball. So, yeah, that's, that's crazy. Like that is wild. The fact that he just saw recently off this came out. Like, like I was best. I also Jesus fucking wild, like right after this motherfucker comes out, like man. That's, that's like that's crazy. It's like almost spooky shits. That's kind of it's kind of ominous. You know, Irie. Yeah. Areas. Faulk I think this is one of Johnny Depp's better roles. I think this was this was this was two years before because of lack came out. So this is before he kind of hit that, like, here's all ready famous. But he this is before he became like fucking A-List megastar like destroy stratosphere shit. Right. Exactly. So I mean, like he'd already played that Scissorhands and all that shit. So he was already pretty famous but. I thought he was good. Like I didn't really I think it was tough for me to connect to the George John character. And sort of like Johnny Depp soda portrayal of like it was just a bit. Like I'm not really buying it. Like I'm not really. I'm not really into it. And then like dot kind of suffers. When do you get the like, Penelope Kerr's character, by the way, an hour into the movie like yeah. Like was just like. I mess this. You I'm like, where where's the Spanish cities where we're? No. But yeah, like I couldn't really by their relationship, and yeah, I don't know. But. Then, again, man like competiton American-made, but in my head, I keep comparing it to movies, like, goodfellas, and boogie nights, and those movies are this fucking betta. I can't help but compare it in my head, and it just like. It, it just kind of fell away so me like blooded. So. It's, it's a decent movie. It's, it's fine. I was really surprised as to why you chose this. I've the other movie that you considering which would know going to talk about. 'cause like man. Those too even like stand up in your mind like makes Java. Yeah. But look, that's what, what do you give me your thoughts on blow? You obviously, like it hit me. Well, I it's funny because like there, this is like kind of Liga said, there's a large like following of movies, like this Scarface, carlito's way shit like that, especially Scarface are like around where I live a lot of love Scarface, I personally, think Scarface is like one of those overrated movies of all time. I just don't really enjoy it. But what's so funny is like seeing people that I went to school with who like, either lights this movie and this dude. And we're like, yeah, I'm gonna go sell drugs, blonde. Like I mean, I'm not growing up. I knew a lot of people this old drugs. Like I just did I went to school with those people. And it was I went to my high school was like sixteen hundred people like it was like a lot of fucking people. So at some point, like I just do all these people, I grew up around him. You know, it in just everybody knew everybody was kind of, like a small town a smaller town, but it was so funny seeing the, you know, the, the, the, the Johnny dab, send the, you know, the Tony Montana's and stuff to get idolizing. These guys stories are just about like the rise and fall in. It's, it's interesting though, with like with George Young. No. Because they, they kind of like. I'm trying to think they hero is him like so much in this. Like, like even though this guy I mean, if you really wanna break down on, like a moral scale and say, well, you know, this guy helps fund one of the worst, you know, wars in, in human history between, you know, the, the, the median are cartel. An all it's like all the communist rebels and, and all this other stuff. Like if you wanna get into that, you can, but he just comes across like so charming, so like so, like free spirit of the we kind of forget about that. And I and I do think that, that's one thing that we only get like a little touch oven. This is like the violence surrounding all this. There's really not anybody ever like killed except for one dude. And but when it does happen, you're like holy fuck, like it's brutal. But I, I really, really liked this movie, and I don't love it as much as I used to like I used to put this like up there like this was this was probably like my top favourite fifty movies. And, and I think it still might be, but it's just kind of like lower down on the scale somewhere. Now, it's not as high as it used to be. Just just because there are, there are some things that you can I it's like, oh, yeah, this was definitely made in their early thousands, you know. So there's there's, there's some stuff that like doesn't really make a whole lot of sense to me. And they, they punch up a lot of this, like they punch, a lot of the story like this woman at the beginning Barbara, like his, I guess I wife for lack of a better term, I like ninety nine percent. Sure she didn't even exist. I can't find any record of her anywhere in like I did some diving today online. And there's a lot of people on, you know, message boards, talking about georgiana, who were like, dude. I can't find any information on this woman in, it's a bio, pic, and stuff like that is going to happen for sure. But, like that's a huge plot point of this. And it's also one of the things that really helps us like, like empathize with George and why we end up liking him so much. And I don't know. There's a little bit of fuck re there. You know, because they wanna make a more likable character. Like, of course, they leave out the part where he's getting into a fight with his wife, who play by, Penelope Cruz in, in the movie, you know, they get into a fight, and he just shoves in real life. He fucking punched in the face in broker knows it's like, holy Ed, like, of course, of course, because gloss over stuff like that. And I think that kind of comes down to, like, like you have to realize that this is made by a director, it's written by people who probably a one to tell a story and bay won an audience to conduct sympathize with the character, and also say, con of have like a subjective view on the guy. Like do you know what I mean? Like, like a lot of people like if you're writing a story, they're not going to try, they want to try and say that their objective. But really, I mean you know, you're gonna like let y'all subject thoughts about the guy come into it as well. Right, right. Exactly. And I it's, it's, it's hard to it's hard to stay kind of, I guess objective about it. You know, if 'cause they're they kind of the kind of lean it either way gets, he gets a little dark, but he's always like this real UPI kind of, like positive guy. And that's just the way georgiana kind of is. When you watch interviews with them in south, but I, I really, I really love this movie. It's like I said, it's not as great as I remember it, but it's still like it's like fifty five percent on rotten tomatoes says dude, it's way better than that. Unlike come the fuck on like on a website where the room with Tommy whistle has a thirty three as below has a fifty five. Now, I don't think so the fuck outta here. And I think that I, I think that in the wake of stuff white because it's kind of suck between stuff like, like what you said American made and goodfellas like it's kind of there's moved there's better movies of it on both sides. And that's what kind of like stuff. That's over the better. And newer that's better. It's like fuck. You know, it's not like oh, we can let this kind of slide a little bit because this is an older movie. It's like no. There's newer there's older movies than this, that came out did this better. And obviously, I don't think any I don't think like anything is going to top goodfellas in that category for a long time. But for me when I was younger, I definitely preferred this to goodfellas now that I'm older like every I prefer goodfellas but. It's, it's interesting instance versus like an entire versus like an entire syndicate, or whatever you wanna call it a crime ring an entire family. It's just this one person. And I think more so than, oh, this is about the crime in the true crime in the murder, lots like no, this is this is about a guy who was like at the threshold of like this insane power that he had over people in in the eighties. I mean when you think about how much cocaine came through the US drain send t five percent in its dude. They said at one point, they were spending, like thirty five hundred dollars a day on rubber bands, just a cake just to keep their money. Holy shit dude, like making three to five million dollars a day in like like late seventies early eighties money. So Georgia young, he was like he like how. Money. Do you think you cleared all of your business? He's like probably five to six hundred million dollars like all of it together, though. Like five hundred sixty five to six hundred like seventies money, our money. He's like, no seventies money. Okay. So you think you made it well over a billion. He's like, oh, yeah. We were doing that shit for while even when he gets cut out. He still running with publis Kabar. So it's like like, like in real life. It wasn't like oh my God. He's cut out. He can never sell drugs again. He kept running with public for awhile, Pablo and him. We're still cool. So he was making pudding moves even with even without the ego Dogo. So, but I, I love this movie. I think that it's not as good as I as I remember it, but it's kind of getting lost time in a way, and I don't like that. I do think I'm like man is better than that? I it's, it's, it's a really really great like period, piece like when I, I saw the stuff for bohemian rhapsody and I saw the trailer Ford this almost reminds me of blow like like the way that the way that I mean, not just because, you know. Freddie Mercury snorts a lot of cocaine. But because of this, amber kind of like seventies color filter on south, you know what I mean? It had this great like seventy shine to it and light and in later on what I think I love about the movie. Is that that shine kind of starts to go away? Whereas towards the end, it's all these real like dark blues, these kind of like it's very cold kind of color palettes, and I love that about it yet when he arrives in California. It's all brought a shit, and then like at the end it's, it's our solar dull like like on peppis. It's, it's, it's crazy. Like I definitely love that stuff. Yeah, it's like when you first get to California starburst just just in your face, you know, explosion of color. But yeah, and I, I hope this movie gets more recognized. I don't want it to get swept under the rug is something that's not as good as goodfellas or American-made or something, because I can I can tell that having as early two thousand one Johnny Depp, reputation. Now where it's like, well, you haven't actors kind of controversial down came out at a time where a lot of good movies coming out, and I can see this kind of getting swept under the rug and loss loss to time. And I John man, I would just fucking hate that. I actually when I had theater in high school. I did to the monologues from this, and, and my, my theater teachers on your shoe gonna do this. This is really sad as like no it's cool. It's a really good. Let's into Rulli. Good monologue. I did the, the one where he's talking to his dad at the tape recorder at the end, and the very, very last one, the kind of narration the comes off. But I just thought man. And I'm pretty sure that. Very last. One is actually written by George John's. It's based off kind of like a book that he was writing. So he's he's, he's a writer, and he's written some interesting stuff. But what we should also mention that this is based on a book right, right? Yeah. I, I see the what's funny is like the original title. Think was it was like. It was crazy name is, I've got a grease outside. What is it? No, I don't have that I've got the books name like Bruce poed has ninety ninety three book blow L A smalltown boy made one hundred million dollars, but the many anti-tank cartel and lost it. All right. The the original title before blow was something crazy, like standing in the night grazing to something it was something crazy. And it's yeah, it was so weird. And then what's hilarious is watching all these George Young interviews and he's like oh, yeah. In the secretary, walks in for, for the for the for the author, he's like, why don't you just? She's, she's fucking call blow. That's when everyone else calls it, and he's like, oh, okay. We'll just call blow. Fuck it. Let's do that. But I say we go ahead and jump right into this shit. What do you think? Yeah. Man about one more thing before we dive in. So this is written by Nick cavities, which is pretty cool. So. I don't want to just quickly so Nick because of Eddie's directed. The night book and another movie that I like alpha dog he's, he's actually pretty solid. He's been in a fucking shitload of stuff if you look up into custody because of Eddie's. But he's also the son of John Cassavetes. It was a massive director back in the day. Didn't wanna poss? Yeah, that's fucking dive into the shifted. Let's do it, man. Oh, and I do want to note something. Interesting. Just just jumping this trivia, like his since you were just talking about your religious dump all this at the front. You might have noticed. Dennis Leary is like one of the producers to this movie did you notice that at all? Did I did. He's he was actually really good friends with Ted Demme, and he ended up, meeting georgiana and apparently, it's Dennis Leary, who got the ball rolling on this. He read George Young's book, and was like, okay, cool. Let's let's get the ball rolling in. He was originally supposed to play George Young. And what's interesting is. Yeah. Super weird. Right. But they, they either ship off the book or a script written after they get the book. But they send off to new line cinema. And Michael DeLuca gets it. Does that name ring? A bell to you. Michael deluca. Yeah. It it does remind me he, he wrote in the mouth of madness. And he's like, what is he's one of the big wigs over new line cinema? So he says, hell. Yeah, totally down to do this movie. But fuck no. We're not using this Leary. Dennis leary. Dennis Leary is a b- actor literally what he says. He's like, we need a actor so up here. Ironically, you're talking about America made it gets shipped around. Tom Cruise comes up and George Young says fuck no fuck you and fuck that he goes George he can sit. Tom Cruise is never smoked to join his life. He has no idea what he's talking about. And so that gets thrown out. They end up going with Johnny Depp, and in the rest of the kind of history. But there is a lot of crazy shit like Johnny Depp would just follow him around the prison. Watching him smoke cigarettes until stories, and he said about after like the six or seven time he showed up. He said, you know what he on that fucking doing this anymore? John, he's like I'm fucking done. He's like, what do you mean? If you don't have me by now, you fucking ain't gonna get me. He's like, that's just it. And he was like, all right. Cool. I got it and that was it. They destroy he'd he'd never showed up. He's all right. Cool. I got you like watching the interviews and stuff. His portrayal is actually pretty accurate. Like, like his his main rooms way that he talks. He kinda has this like croaky throaty kind of way that he talks. It's, it's, it's interesting like an accent, 'cause a lesser actor takes this accent and just like. You sound like Matt Damon in the departed, you know, like, oh my. Yeah, but luckily, you know he just doesn't like run wild with it in it, it, it. It's believable, especially after you hear the real georgiana. But we opened with this Rolling Stone Shrek hear me knocking mean played over the process of seeing this fucking cocaine made. What did you think about this opening like at first because I was like, wow, that's really how they do it. Like I thought they'd just like like rub the leaf together until they turned into powder or something. I don't know. Well, I like I said already seen Nakas already knew like this is already included in does. That. Yeah. I do like the this is something that I like about these kinds of movies. I like this sort of the montage g storytelling. Yeah. Like that. Like you know, you know, if you throw it too many montages in there, it's going to get a little repetitive and it's going to get a little boring. But I, I like this stuff. Especially. Right. The Stott as frontloaded here. No, for sure that's like this movie. That's one thing it moves so incredibly fast like, like from the time, like I know what you were talking about earlier. It's like oh my God, where the fuck is Penelope Cruz. She's top Billiton and come in for an hour, but it's actually interesting because it's, it's literally like his live split right down the middle white right at the hour. Mark. She comes in the in the remnants, she's in there for the rest of the movie. So it's kind of interesting to see this life like literally split right in half. 'cause 'cause right around I think about the hour Mark is were yoga, like the, the, the, the weed shit kind of dries often esearch gone with Coker might be I think it's about like forty five minutes or so. But. But this this, holy surprise me. What, what are they making? Are they are they making coconut oil with the fuck is like, like watching this shit? I was like, oh, they must be making like oatmeal gross though, like cottage cheese. But we see this being made, while the men Loda men load coke up into the truck. One of them is our narrator course. George Young so many people George John because it's J. U. N G. Did you that? Yeah. Oh my God. Dude on listen to like an audio book on him today at work, and it's just like dinner. It's like that man's name was George Jong. I'm John really? Does he look to your Jay? Less town Hong God, dammit. No. It was just ridiculous dude. So like everything else is last as young as like why the fuck like you sound like a more and it had to be every single time that they were like George John grew up where George John grind. It's oh every time they had an opportunity as full name. This is so dumb. But do some research. Yeah, exactly. But we see them breaking into this shit. This is great a one hundred one hundred percent pure Colombian, cocaine ladies, gentlemen, disco ship purist. The driven snow. I've that's the same gets caught. Like I love the comes back. We'll it. It's crazy. How they front-load this right here because it's literally purist the driven snow. My name is George Jong federal it made number one nine two two five zero zero four. You're like, oh, okay. Well, I think I kind of know where this is going. Now spoiler alert. Right. Yeah. What, what did you think about them frontloading this at the beginning because now I mean, we're you were you thinking, like, okay, we'll the stories obviously end up with him in prison, or is it going to be something else? Well, there's this one of two could arise like either. He ends up prisoner obey ends up dead. So, like, I knew that, you know, we would get one of those two things I just didn't know which like it was a pleasant surprise. I was like, okay, so I guess, I guess they get sent to prison, then but yeah, I I like the front loading. I like the I also like narration. You wanna get into narration for a little bit because like a lot of people like narration and I we have talked about this on the podcasts. I just kinda remember which absurd I think narration is great if it's used. Well, like like spoonfeed me everything. But if it's used like this all good fellas his CENA, all, like wolf of all straight, it's funny because. Oldest Ray with Lucking months quasi movies. But. Unlike I like it. I really like narration to be honest, and it doesn't it doesn't get to. I've a bearing it doesn't get to increasing on the experience. I like it. What do you think? No, I don't have a problem with that at all. I think I think goodfellas is kind of the thing that debris, the mold on that American psychos another one. You know that has a great job of using near ration-. Yeah. I've never really understood the complaints about narration people talk about it being distracting and, and stuff. But I don't I don't have a problem with that at all. I mean, if it helps move our story long, especially when you're doing something like a bio pic. Kind of helps to have somebody who's just kind of like sweeping us along on this past filling us in, you know, just quickly one of the best uses of marriage of Evison in Ray wash it again, last night is vice the one about Dick Cheney right? Yeah. Yeah. The marriage in that in what they do with that is standing some of the best of saying. Yeah, I, I still need to see that. I saw us all Christian Bill. How are you getting? All your wait. He's like I've been eating a lot of pies, the first. Accent? Yeah. But no, I don't I don't have a problem with any kind of narration at all, especially when it's stuff like this imagine this. Imagine trying to goodfellas with no no rotation like. Yeah. There is TIMMY, two times refrain Klin that, you know, mobile blah, like name all these guys off, like that's fucking hilarious, speak. The killer hair took it that for you. That's just fucking hilarious. Yeah, yeah. And it wouldn't be the same without it. As far as as far back as I could remember always wanted to be a gangster. It's, it's funny. In this is well. Exactly. No. That's it's interesting. You really because it's like I like to I like to think that this is like Henry hill grew up in his did this. Yeah, let's get let's get to this, because this is the like speaking of r-. Rarely rarely at a like he's already here, right? Yeah. We see the beginning of Georgia's life growing up with the tuna in Massachusetts played by Ethan sup Lee, not as a child, actually, not eat suppllies action. But I love you though this was one of the one of the first things I saw him in. Did you ever see remember the titans Denzel Washington? I was going to bring up evolution. Have you have seen ever Lucien? Yeah. Or I mean, Merican history X. He's in that, too, like he's in a bunch of shit man in my role like he's he's, he's a good actor. But the name, turn just kept Ramana meal office. I do do. Andro. Yeah. We, we quickly see the relationship between George and his father's. We were strong, but money in the house is very tight. Georgia's mother is what did I write? Georgia's mother is a money, hungry fucking gold digger. There we go. So, yeah, I just kept thinking Kanye west ole time I was like, well, she's a gold digger. What does that make rarely ODA sitting there watching, like I can't say that on here, but? I was thinking. But do his fuck and mom. I hate this goddamn woman, man. She is file like a hates to this movie teaches you anything. It's like all the women in your life will betray. This is a cautionary. Right. Yeah. I mean his mom fucks him over his wife over as cheeses. I mean he's nine shining armor himself but still has a God damn. And I mean I, I can relate to this little bit. My mom is a lot more conservative, in, like chice church of Christ religious like real strict like they don't have music in church or anything. I'm not like that at all. If you really know me, so it's, it's very I, I can understand that. Sometimes like having shirt your parent, even my mom wouldn't find call the cops on me like cheese. Oh, yeah. Next level ship 'em. I'll we'll say that just plays Rachel Griffiths is fantastic in the role but Yemen like, like, the, the actual mother that she's portraying med. She is, she is vile also rental Griffiths from fucking Melvin. So they. Oh, okay. Yeah. This mom ties for shittiest mom of the year with the fighter with God, Melissa. Yeah. These women need to get together and have a fucking drink. But. Yeah. We see a I, I love the uses of quotes through this. I jotted down a few of these. Yeah. She thought she married a buffer class that promised to the stars. But he couldn't deliver. That's fucking great. That's a really good line. I love the state. He's not in front of the boy, all the boy, the boy, in this is exactly what we see later on with George talking to Murtha when she starts at. It's the same thing it's. You know the camera on the kid is the painter fighting. He says, hey, not in front of the front of the girl and Marta. Same thing. She's like I don't care. I you know, we're gonna fucking talk about this right now, as you can see this cycle of it happening all over again, takeoff, Faulk. That's. Yes, that's terrifying. Not breaking that cycles. Fucking like the scariest thing. Right. It's kind of, like I it's, it's, it's one one thing in foaming the other right. Like it's all it's all it'll hen hand. Right. Exactly. We also see this repeated cycle. Georgia's mother leaving coming back and just expected to be forgiven like every time if there's anybody in this, like, who's just totally like innocent bastard, all this. It's like Ray Liotta, unlike God, Dan, do like your wife. Is this piece of shit and your son's kind of a piece of shit work, fourteen hours a day for seven days a week and go bankrupt, by the way, what the fuck redoing if I worked fourteen hour days, seven days, a week right now? Like holy shit. Like, like what the fuck where you do a man like how the fuck did you go back? I guess, just living outside their means like dude. I, I mean, I know it's different time fuck if you're working fourteen hours a day and seven days a week. There's no way you should be fucking Brank, rob, like that's crazy. What about your double time? What about Foton holidays? 4._0._1._K pinch. In what's going on, dude, like? Like, like I like fourteen hours like doing what? Like right working minimum wage at McDonald's. Yeah. I was like, what are you are? You are people not able to pay, you rule money. So they pay you with, like Hinz, and chickens and eggs and shit. Monopoly money. Yeah. Is it like that kinda shit like, but we also I like this pattern of George's father, though, not holding people accountable, like he doesn't he, he doesn't really he really holds Georgia accountable. Why he definitely doesn't hold his mom account away every single time. She comes back. Oh, hey, there, your how you don't Boba like he's never he's kind of like Jerry from Rick and Morty kind of fly. He doesn't really stand up for himself and put a foot down. But at the same time, he's just this unbelievably, sweet, nice guy think he just kind of lets the people that he love, kind of, like walk all over, and I hate that. But it's would you start watching this guy? Never says anything like no, I'm not doing this fuck you bubble. Like he just always takes it. You know, because it's just for the for the greater good of the benefit of the of the relationship in its entirety. Good. The greater good. George's father finally files for bankruptcy this shit. You know, this go get some ice cream dad on one ice cream, you know, where to really be poor when you're up, it's never as good as it seems when you're down it seems like you're never gonna get back up again. Oh, that's fucking good, man. If that is that is. That's such a good description of, like when you're up on top of the world, and you're like, you know, like I felt like this was so much farther away than it really was. And it's like this is like, you know, I it's, it's funny to like the grass is greener on the other side kind of thing. But. Like this thing is just chops such of these little insanely like like wistful quotes, I love it. George says that he never wants to be poor. Then you won't be cut to nineteen sixty eight George tuna moved to California Georgia tuner quickly introduced department her flight flight suit as friends and they try pot for the first time. I love this smile. The Ashley thought this was. Oh, yeah. It's always a I, I actually thought before, like it said, Manhattan-based, California. I actually thought it was Miami because, you know, every fucking story takes place in Miami. And like every time you say Miami in film. It's always got that sort of like lot sort yellowish filter on it. Yeah. They're basically just in vice city from grand theft auto much. But. This, this soon as he smokes for the first time and he kinda likes jokes a little bit. Like I just I just thought about fucking shorty from scary movie, two tickets. Ticket to the head. The first thing I thought. When we first started I was going to be like says, oh, have have you ever tried cocaine before? And I knew you were going to say, no. And they'd be like your parents know you've never tried or your parents, you go came before you're like, yes, no fuck. Trick trick question may into Boston. But no, I this this, this shit is crazy. Just this time in place. It's are in because the, the color scheme, everything when they get the rich lot of yellows greens. Aren ges, his all everybody was independent. Everybody was liberated. They use words like far far Allen right on and they all had the same position physician. They're like. Oh, flight suits flight. Sewers. I love the one who points in the air. She's like, yeah. Up there. Know that you were a flight attendant on a fucking bus. I'm sorry. Not to mention that they're all fucking gorgeous. Right. Everyone of them, even with crazy like pointed nipple fucking sixties bathing oh. Oh, yeah. Gotta must be a what are your tits, like a poly gone. How fuck does it even fit in there? Jagged shape. Oh, and this is, you know, this, where we meet Barbara did I, I, I was like fantasy Janssen from X men, the first thing that I'm not a second. I was like, I totally see this chick being like X men or something. But her I have I have I have seen him before she's from, she's from the bowl trilogy like the first three two. Sorry. She gets killed in the second one spoiler alert, and she's colleague, run, Margo run. I remember that from something that's kind of a bigger movie came out, like ninety eight I think. But, but yeah, she's a German born actress, I don't have the her name, but she's like Franco Potenza. Thank you. But you can tell with her accent, sometimes I definitely fucking slips through but it's kind of sexy. You know, like I love that she's like, oh, yeah. I love it. He's like any more any more. She's like, I only have two suitcases and can't come back here every day. Unlike God, I love that kind of like mixed like accent shit. But just important to note that we need Barbara right here as well eventually tuna comes home with a bag of a Reagan and says he wants to sell pot. Barbara laugh says he can she says her guy Derek real played by Paul Reubens remember the last time we talked about Paul Reubens. Yeah. What was it was was in? Was it in the math madness? No, no, no Christine Christmas time all that man returns fuck it Batman returns. Yes. Shit. Yeah. Yeah. Remember saying pay ways not a big thing here. No, I'm not at all. I never watched a grown-up. I it was a little after sorry before. My time a little bit. But no, I don't like the first thing I ever saw was, like, I think this, this was like this day slayer or like Batman returns like some of the first things I ever saw him in. But what did you think about Derek for real in this movie? What a fucking Dayrit for real. Apparently, apparently, the real guys named wasn't Derek for real, though. It would it was I made to look it up. Yeah, he was. It was fine like his is low over the top. Okay. We get it. He's gay. It is in California, and he's very open about it. Like I. Well, it's, it's funny, actually because I read an article about the guy who who played the real white Derek for real, and he, he actually kind of faded into fury died kind of like, poorer in and Mexico. Richard burrito was his name. They said he was kind of, like pissed with the way that he was portrayed. He's like, he's we didn't fuck George out of his money because we agreed. We all thought he was fucking dumb, and he was going to get all of his fucking popped by. We didn't do it because we were greedy like we didn't care about any of that, like that point. We're making so much money it was beyond greed. We're like it wasn't anything about that. And he's like I definitely wasn't a gay hairstylist. He did. He did own restaurants nightclubs along with. I hear you know, hear studio but wasn't anything like to the extent that they play it off as but I don't I don't mind that so much because this is also the guy's name is completely changed. I think it's different. If it's like, oh, this is Richard burrito, in this is the way that he acted like we'll no, that's not act. But this, this is not Richard real. This is a totally different entity now. Yeah. Mind when movies do that. Like in these true stories sort of situations like they kind of like this isn't a complaint complaints had character. But sometimes you get a character is like an amalgamation of multiple people. I don't mind that if it says the story, a little better. Well, that's like Mike Myers, bohemian rhapsody. Yeah. With Ray porter Parker or something that he plays. Like that's not a real guy. But. This me, Paul Reubens tuna George meet with Derek and get to work selling love that shit. He's like, what does that that's Japan is like a little bit more than we had in mind while I'm not nickel a nickel on a diamond here. Do you want it or not, like that is, like, like, I, I have never I've never sold drugs ever been a drug kingpin never done anything. Crazy like that. Like I've, I have had some crazy times in my day, and I have definitely partied, some, but I have never seen the amount of marijuana. He pulls out into that bag. Oh, third. Holy good in mother like a forest, you can start a state forest. But that shit, dude. I was like, like holy fuck when he pulled up. I was like, do you. Do you have any idea how much money that bag would be worth today? If that were if that were filled with the best of the best of that, you would get today that bag would be like, like fuck in many where between. Seventy five hundred fifteen grand. I'm gonna guess, like eighty anywhere in between that like if you sell it at St. market values. Holy fuck. It's that's just every time I see that bag. I'm like, what the fuck? That's crazy. It's massive. Did have you actually? Have you seen howled in Kerma? I think the second one no. Oh my God. Because the potheads, right? Like, say. It's and he's just like fantasizing about this massive bag of way just having sex with him. It's hilarious. It's fucking it's, it's fuck it out there. But it's it's, it's just fucking hilarious. Just just how fastest movies I mean, we're, we're what we're fifteen minutes in. We're already we're already introduced basically Oliver cared. We know what the story is we know what's going on. I mean it just moves so fucking fast. Like for into two hour movie don't get me wrong, but they pack a fucking lifetime where the shit in here. So, yeah, they still we're still haven't met is d we haven't met dagga. No, no. That that doesn't happen for probably the above about two forty five minute Mark, like that's that's saying, like this second half of his life, literally comes in the second half. It's kind of interesting. Yeah. But like like this is to me were I wish sometimes I could just be like, and they lived happily ever after and George didn't push his luck the. Vice like Cape thinking of us because I saw literally last night. And there is a moment in that movie where it's like if, if Dick Cheney retied right, fucking nail and didn't pick this fine coal than this shit wouldn't have happened. And the movie makes you realize that like. Like I like talking about it, but it's relevant to what we're talking about Adam McKay is director of that. He did the other guys Talladega nights and shit that he is so meadow with that movie what he does with, with that movie is like Dick Cheney and like, you know, his wife walking around and shit. And like, you know, it could have been happily ever after, you know, we wouldn't have fucking like Iraq would never have invaded and shit like nothing would happen. What happens is like they fucking roll the credits, like, midway through the movie out of eight. It's just like like, oh, okay. The movie's done, and then it's like fine coal. And then it's just like oh shit. Like, you know, to main its economy have to say it, it's so at Mike. That's that reminded me of what exactly what you're talking about hit with with George jo-john before he got into that second bought of his life. No. Yeah. That's exactly like when I was just talking about I need to see that. He just looks insane in that movie. It's so great. Oh, yeah. So they get to work selling drugs on Manhattan beach, making money over fist amid a reputation for myself people even to call me Boston, George. What's that name has stuck forever? He is constantly commonly referred to as George all the interviews and stuff that I watched. It's at this point that we are introduced to an old friend Georges named duly back from home. This is where we get that whole like, I'm stoned bit in the fucking stoned. That whole thing this is one of those things where it's like look at the people that he surrounding himself with, and this clientele in this area of quote unquote, drug smuggling. You know, look, it's, it's just duly and tuna in Mexican guys in. That's it like then later on your fucking jump, and shit off entire islands. You're getting shot. You're getting people fucking threatening you manning. Publis c-a-b-a, right. Yeah. And it's just the esscalation is insane. And I think that this is a good time to, like mentally in this movie look around where you are because this, despite the fact that you wanna go bigger and better this, dude, if this were my life. Holy fuck what I would. I happy man. Like just living on the beach in California in the sixties. I like selling sellin. We'd like holy shit. That suck notice stewardesses all around you. Right. Exactly. But this like, it's just take a snapshot of this in your mind because this is about as good as it's gonna get. And it's crazy because you just that you can get so much better than this. But yeah, you'll even says, oh man, I, you know, I wish there was stuff like this back home. This grabbed George described. Georgia's describe George disc, grabs George's at interest, doesn't it? Yeah, he's he's in it now man. Like he's as you can say the wheel spinning in his head and everything. Oh, yeah. Gleich his soon, missing man. I wish our stuff like this back home. He's like. Like. He's a he's like a shark rd blood in the water. He talks the plan to have Barbara take a hundred pounds a week back to the east coast college towns willing to pay out the nose for their Mary, Jane. Holy fuck like what he's talking to him about, like five or six hundred dollars an ounce, I think or something like that. He said are pound that that's absolutely insane. Like now that would be like twenty five to thirty five hundred dollars. I love this montage, like you're talking about the I need more montage of duly. He's like, more more and eat more. This is fucking great. You know, and like she says, you know what are you spec to do? I can't fly back here every day, you know, can only carry two bags, we'll toward tell George, George will think of something. The crew retreat to a cabin to celebrate encounter money after successful hall, Georgia's still unsatisfied wanting to cut out the middleman. They're like, man, we made two hundred forty grand. It's not enough. Really, really? It's not enough for what? That's what is it? That's that's breaking bad. What is it not enough? For what are you trying to buy, God, you come up his two hundred forty thousand few come up and put two hundred and forty dollars in my hand right now. Hey, I'm feeling pretty good about myself. It, it, it reminds me very much breaking bad. Like in that without spoil is. He starts off with the best intentions, and it's like, once you start saying the money like starting to role in inciting to realize just how big you can go like, you know, like there's no one to stop you. There's no one. There's no one who even looking into you. Like you, you can do this pretty much unfeted. Like that. That's going to pretty much trigger something in your mind. Just like this kind of this clinic complex that you're just like, oh, well, I'm on top of the world. So. I'm gonna keep going to be honest. It's just it's just the it's just the price of ambition. Right. And it's like why stop a good thing. You know, but they were they were retreat his cabinet counting their money. And he has to speak Spanish, the these, can you can you speak Spanish? Oh man. Like there's a couple of people that I work with that English is their second language. They're like straight couple over for el-salvador couple of people from Mexico. So all the time at work. I'm like complicity say asshole. You know I'm like, how do you say this? Like like Edham constant coming up and ask them how to say stuff, and now I can tell my Spanish is getting better. Some reading the subtitles. And I'm like, Hannah that fucking word. I'm like, I know that oh. Oh, he who they put us all she called him son of a bitch fucking. No that one. I know a lot of the curse words. I don't know about. I don't know how to conjugate stuff. That's my problem. Dueling go though. That's a good app for actually learning. Second languages had that for a while on Spanish, but I've always wanted to learn Spanish, it's a fucking awesome languages. So much like simpler than English. But it fucks me out, like if you say, like, like a red car, you know, to us we'd be like a red car. Aero ho karo, but to them, it's Elkana Rojo like you say a car read. It's fucking weird. Yeah. When Leto in like, Penelope, Cruz is like going off in Spanish, I'm just like, man, this, this seems like a hod language to grasp, like she's just firing shit out of a mouth. And I'm just like fuck, right. Because later on, I was like she's speaking Portuguese. 'cause I he says, you know, Muccio Guzzo which is like it's nice to meet you. And she, she says a day which is like a likewise. But I think it's likewise in. Sorry. Just fucking set it Portuguese. I don't know if it's likewise. It's I'm not sure either way. So Georgia to screw in making their way to Puerto Vallarta Mexico in nineteen sixty nine to find some Malta wondering the streets, and asking complete strangers where to find pot. Jesus credit shoot. You aren't thought. I thought like I feel like fuck. I feel like we have a little delay calms, but does matter. I thought one of these guys was fucking. Denny try. Like that. Exactly like daddy. Cost. Any dre is in this movie. Yeah. Yeah. The guy who comes up to him at the end. He's icon. Mr. George kid. I kept I kept expecting to see fucking Dany trailer, pop up somewhere. There's no way you tell me these two fucking pretty boys. You can't you got tuna on George walking around with all these stewardesses. Go try that shit. Mexico today dude, you come up with your fucking head on a platter like like this shit on in Mexico now, like there was all this shit like a few years ago, with L Barbie, who is like a like a Texas high school football player who just fucking tried to take over the drug market in Mexico and ended up actually taking a huge bite of it, and shit like they call him L Barbie, 'cause he was like a pretty boy and shit, dude. Not only would they fuck all of these women. They would Faulk all of these men, especially Johnny deaf. I'm like, oh my God. Doc Mexico, and especially like Tijuana, schilling should scary them exit. I've always wanted to go. But like my my work. The my friends at work who were from there. Like I now know there's a reason we live here. Okay. Cool. I believe I believe, but then if we can, they're made in Mexico, eventually Georgia's approach by man who introduces himself introduces him to send Chas, who's the farmer marijuana farmer who then supplies, George. This scene is fucking great Remmel tells me you're looking for some Mota God. There's something just to Spanish language Mata like I love. I love their words for stuff man. It's great, which actually we had to take four languages when we were in high school in, like people were taking French. And it's like, yeah, you know, because in Tennessee, we have that overly large French demographic, you know. You know. Were so close to the French border. Did you think that's the way it to Lynn talion? That's yeah. Because you, you're you rattled awesome. Italian show went as scared the hell out of me in here. I thought you were finding. That's your. On you. But this guy who plays Sanchez he has been in a lot of shit, dude. Like, did you did you break ignites him from anything? I want. Hey did look familiar but I didn't look them up. What's he from? His name is Tony Tony. I'm Dollah I think. He's in zero Stargate Annabel while he's in shit. Shipton stuff. Yeah. I, I recognize him now from Annabel. He was just in the course of law. Euro europa. I definitely remember from that. So if you have to show, it, it isn't a lot of once upon a time Cowboys, just cause four shooter like he's an castle Vania terminate Terminator, Sircar, mccarter goals, hell, yeah. Oh, okay. Yeah. New girl called it black ops three. Holy shit. He's in a lot of stuff dude. But I I've always seen him in a in a shift on a south. I, I was like, is this James almost from blade runner for like two seconds? Pulls out the. Yeah, I, but I, I love the way this guy talks you kinda reminds me Mandy patinkin from Princess bride. You know, the Neo McCoy from homeland. Yeah. Yeah. But, but he's he's phenomenal. He's actually, one of my favorite parts of movie and he's such a bit part. He has to speaking lines is hardly anything. He's like, all right. So what do we do? You know I gotta play. He's known enough. I you take a little, then you come back. Louder need a little. I need a lot. Like that is like. Bolaise right. Yeah. You know, and he says, you know. Alameda, SA esta loco, blah, blah, blah. He said, Migo Migo, ONA memento. Let's say I come back in a week. I bring you fifty thousand dollars. Does that alleviate some concerns amigo, you bring me fifty thousand dollars concerns? That's fucking great. So they end up they end up making the seal. They're still in the plane this'll the plane, the take off through the desert. And so, I guess we don't even get any video of them like Eddie scenes of them selling this. We'd they just get the plane boom, they come right back and it's fucking soul. When you really need to see that, you know, we can skip right to we know what they're doing to see them. Yeah. It's like literally will wait. It just cuts. Right back to them. Right. Nas inefficient. Right. Exactly. I love they pull up to Sanchez and he's Cobb road. He's, I remember that fifty thousand dollars promise. You. I couldn't get it. He's like I like. He's like seventy five instead. Odd. So fucking awesome, dude. Actually, I've actually done that before I've, I've been I was I was. I was paying for something I think I was paying off tattoo, or something. And the guy was came in, if you can come by and a five hundred dollar income. I pay like two fifty off. All right. Cool so showed up and, and you hear that to fifty I couldn't get it. Would you get three fifty? Instead he's like you motherfucker. Use it on some people for fucking love that. That's, that's so cool. Well, I, I haven't because I pay my debts. I oh, mini Mexican drug dealers the shot of them all in the RV. Is he comes flying in the tune of the desert another way, they're actually do this, in case you're curious? They stole this single single engine says. No. And they flow it, they flew just low enough under radar to they wouldn't get picked up. That's the that were whether even able to do it. That's why they're so close to the ground they complying over. But, but yeah, this they begin start making regular runs between California and Mexico and buy a house in nocco buco in nineteen seventy. It was a great time in our lives seven of us were like a family. We work hard we play hard and we didn't have a care in the world. It was perfect. This house is fucking awesome. Dude, like holy shit. This, this whole thing again, like this whole color, palette everything's bright. There's almost no night shots. There's almost none of them like nothing everything always takes place in the day. It's sunny. It's beautiful. This is the way a lot of that a lot of like a lot of that country was before the coca for the cocaine wars happen. I love this just this building of their lives, its whole montage them, throwing Derek for real in the pool, and everybody just, you know, fucking drinking, tequila and shed. It's like did I have had days like this in a French backyard? And it's like this for your life every day. Oh my God. I can't imagine why this would become so addictive. But we see this dinner which or parents, we see that little has changed between his parents, and this is the first warning. I anything that was a barbs health. You know, not only that we also seen indication that, Georgia's dad is starting to kind of get an inkling something is going on with George. You know what I mean, he kind of he kinda search harder magin affording that on our construction salary? But I, I love just that. Whole thing you can write in the right in his whole scene. You can split his parents perfectly out, what is it to carry tow? It's gotta be to care, so it's definitely to cares treasurer Darlie Georgia. When it get that insured and I love that his dad's, I, I'm just happy Georgia's found somebody that cares for yes. But I'm talking about the ring. I'm like, oh, shut the fuck up like shot divvy, hop, man favorite take take that ring off Jimi down her cock sucker till she stops talking. I cannot fucking stand this, that's kind of the point like they Vilnai's his mom, like crazy to the point. I don't really think that she's like that. But any woman who to call the cops around like that. I'm like, well, I'm not enough. Fuck you. I don't mind this. Yeah. They're only fucking kid, goddamn. But what did you think about this whole plot point with barbed health? Yeah, it was really sad. Like I was just like man, I bet you, she can't. As soon as the blood is just like on. On. Yeah. I mean, like because I knew that Penelope was going to be his wife. Like I, I was like, I knew we had to lose a like going into the movie like already knew that. So I was just like okay so eventually, she's either going to be a dead. Obey just out of the Texas. She's going to she's not going to be on board with the with the marijuana stuff, and she's just gonna lays. So, yeah. I like it's really sad. Like especially this, same, when they go out to the car, and they have this little moment, I think, I think Franco, Frank Potenza and, and Johnny Depp has a little bit more chemistry than Penelope and Johnny Depp, which is would know for sure. And I think that's totally gentle because when we're seeing them together. It's this crazy, like, like she's just like this perfect, like dream girl. I guess at that. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. She's got these like this brilliant accent, these like. Really thick like dark is. Like she almost has like a meal Jovovich vibe tour, like in a way, I can totally see for being legal Dallas multi pass. But I yeah, the, the especially just the contrast between her and Antonelli cruises is just insane. When you really put them time by side. But. Sorry I lost my spot here. Oh, yes. So she ends up having the nosebleed. I, I don't I liked the subplot. I do the only problem is this is the first inclination that we had anything of it, and in two minutes, she's going to be dead. Very man. That's kind of like I actually would have preferred if like earlier on 'cause she's been in the movie since the first five minutes, you know, we're, we're at the fucking like thirty minute marks dude. You've had plenty of time Addis twenty-second conversation in where she's on having a headache. I don't wanna go outside today. I'm not feeling well whether sitting around in the bathrooms. In tuna shows up, you know, that would have been a great time to slice onto. Hey, I'm gonna go down to the beach. She's like, I'm not feeling good. You know, are you having one of your headaches or something like that, I would have been fine with, but there was like nothing there, you know, very, very sudden dude, it's just like, oh, okay. I guess we're doing this, right. Yeah. Well, I guess you have to die. Now. But this conversation between the two of the tell me about this fucking conversation. Yeah. Like they can Conatel she's going to die from this conversation is it's too. It's too sweet. Do you not like like you know when when you watching TV show and just before cactus dies, like at this really nice and sweet moment with the person that they care about. And then, like the next step aside or even like just a little bit lighter. They, they, they, they die. Yeah. That's what it felt like like because like. George apologizes about his parents says, that's not that's not really the. Yeah. And then she's just like, look, they're not that bad, blah. Oh, blah. I it seems to sweet. That's what I'm saying. Like, you know, I'm raiding the signposts already. Especially when. Excuse me. Especially when she's he's like, just promise me, we're not gonna ever ended up enough like that we're going to end up like us. That's a good line that really is. It's, that's so it's just simple in the street to the point. It's honest. That's, that's the best thing you can ask out of a script is just like we're just going to be us. We're just gonna be whatever happens. I love that. But unfortunately, George is interested in Chicago in nineteen seventy two six hundred sixty pounds of grass you and high combined with like half of Danny and fucking marijuana. Like holy shit our like your fucking body weight. Like that's one thing that's craziest George Young said, it's one point, we were so rich we stopped counting cash, and we started weighing it. He said, I can tell you that a million dollars weighs twenty point three pounds like holy shit by like the fact that you that the fact that you even just know that off the top of your head. He's like 'cause the system like that later on is, oh, it's if it's fifty fifty five pounds. In. It's two point five had sixty that it's three million. It's like what the fuck like that's so rich. You literally measure it in, in wait. Like he would have fucking like a baby or something. Holy hell. But Georgia's resume was sixty miles of marijuana. This judge and all this shit. You know at songs he's referencing here. I didn't know I had to goal. These are these are two Bob Dylan songs. I actually I'm not gonna lie. I don't really like Bob Dylan to be on the summit Choubey dead for that. But I like a lot of older music, and I could just never get at a Bob Dylan. I just his his voice in the whole thing. I just. I just really can't get into it. But this whole the watchmen opening. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah, that's about it or tangled up in blue. I do like that. But he put my notes after trying to Bob Dylan his way out of jail time. He is sentenced to five years of which he will serve to this whole thing is fucking right? He's like, really, I think it's logical, and I think it's unjust since Meads prison times. Groomer really what'd I do? I crossed an imaginary line with a bunch of plans. He's like a you know, you say you say he wants somebody who's some of these, you say you want somebody who's strong never week to bring you flowers when you're something like eight me babe I'm like dude, you could see the Jack Sparrow starting to us out. I'm like, okay, I can see this dude. I can see the foundations for Jack Sparrow character coming out here. This judge her her delivery is great. She's like how your Lhasa fees really interesting. She cracked me up. On you. It was going it was going south like I was like. She's going with the sarcasm route will him him slouching it'd be like managers the court. She's like to stand up. I I'm like dude, get up. Do you know how much I lawyer will be rained out if they fucking slash like that? Like if they don't stand while the dress, the fucking judge like though be killed. Oh, dude. Yeah. I mean, that's half the battle of the fucking like respect with the judge and making sure everything making sure everything gets said that needs to be said fortunately for you, the lunch across were real in the plans, as you brought were legal. So you're is twenty thousand dollars. I was like holy shit. What's actually, your Bill twenty thousand dollars? If you go to Bill bondsman, you pay ten percent of that it's like to grant, okay? I think this guy could probably shit to grand right now. 'cause you're. And this is where we get the scene between him and barb. I love this. This is the first note. This is the first time we ever see the two of them like really out at night like it like they're on the street. It's cold. It's been snowing. It's not sunny. It's not Caputo. It's not a pool day like it. It's the total shift in tone. There's there's he's got the dark coat on, she's got the hat, like in the for everything's really, I don't know. It's, it's, it's, it's very, it's very dark, it feels very cold and all of its fucking. You know, in this scene just breaks my heart. I mean her just being, you know, him saying, I got five years, I'll get out, too. Well, I you know, I can't wait two years and he's like what the fuck, you're not gonna wait for me. I don't have two years, like, oh man in the look on his face is just like what like he. So what the fuck because like I mean just. Right. And, and I think that we kind of get put into that vote at the same time Sherlock way she's fucking dying. She was a nose bleed, you know, as I'm saying this, this could use a little bit more build up, but I'm okay with it, because it is just like a gut punch, and she's so lovable is a character. She's like I don't we don't get a whole lot of screen time with her about the screen time that we do, get, I was like genuinely bummed out when she dies because it's like the end of an era, it feels like. But I love I do have a track for you. Row. Quick this track plays when she's dying arrest, which she's dying. She's. She has. She tells him she's she. She takes a loss breath. But now I got track for your okay? Hold on. Kidding. Two years. It's super cool. It's super faint, and it's real acquaint even but it's, it's, it's this real slow small sad sounding ATar, and I will tell you, I'll tell you how it was like I couldn't even hear it. So. So everyone in fuck it after post production of this episode. We'll be able to hear it. I'm just going to be like, oh, yeah, that was awesome. It sounds, so it sounds so great. It almost has, like, have you ever heard Jeff Buckley's cover of Hallelujah? Yeah. I have wasn't it in a movie. It's actually it's it's been a couple of medicine. It's at the Lord. It's at the end of Lord awar- would nNcholas cage. Okay. Yeah, I've definitely had a I'm actually a big Jeff Buckley fan if I can love that guy. But it reminds me of that, this, like slow quiet, picking kind of sound. He's got his it's fucking fantastic. But I love the scene is kind of like embracing and he's like him looking at her being just like totally destroyed. But she's she has to look like Sarran deputy. Like she's just accepted it, she's like this is the way it is. She's like this is just how it is. And I think that's I think that's something that's so easy to go by when you look at it. It's like this, this is like this is where George should he should accept the future. And he should just say okay, well, this is, you know, this is the time that I stopped this era of my life is over with, you know, but, like, just as she has she's accepted this, but I- George hasn't Georgia just like you know, I'm going to go, and I'm going to do bigger and better things in this will seem like peanuts. What I'm doing. It's like dude. Just accept. What you have just accepted. And I think that's interesting to know because his refusal to accept that is kind of what leads him wanting more and more eventually his downfall. But, but yeah, barb dis they all kind of scattered the all kind of scattered to the four winds tuna. Stays in Mexico. Nobody knows what happens to him the whole game just kinda scattered up. George Gipps bales helped to care of her. And he goes on the run that is one thing that I was like in, in real life, this woman, I don't take ever existed. He just get bail and immediately got on a plane did another run as soon as he got out of jail, like literally and it's like, but in the movie, they kind of have to be like, oh, he's a nice guy. He did it because she's dying. It's like no, you did it because you like they said, he just loved the thrill like he wanted to piss off cots shit. Dude. You don't have like I like the storyline with bar, but she don't have to do that, like I'm still cool with him, just being kinda dumb. Hats. Yeah. That was. It's kind of, like one of those, those movies, man, like, especially the came around like during this era, like we have to show them to this kind of, like hero or the fuck in audience might be able to connect with him and shit. Whereas like you know movies, like wolf volts rate that Jordan Belfort, as in God who actually punches Maga Roby in the stomach, like, like I it's a little more. It's a little more. I guess truth foam there is also like there's always as kind of like these biography films, where they do put a little bit more of a positive slant on the characters of they're trying to shy. It's a bit unfortunate. But what can you do? Right. Yeah, exactly. This is this is kind of my problem with bohemian rhapsody much as I love it. I'm like, dude, you PG thirteen a hard life, by the way. Have you seen black mass? No. I haven't so that's, that's the movie starring also Johnny Depp, probably one of his better roles man, like he's, he plays Wadi bulge, like, the, the fucking gangsta from Boston, and that, that shit like, hey, is really good in that, like that, just that this reminded me a lot of that because a bio, Phebe Boston. So I was just like man like he's when he when he turns on the acting fucking tap, like Hayes, solid, man. Oh, absolutely. But sorry, my fucking oh you hear you. George runs out on pale. He goes to see his parents help take care of goes on the run. He visits appears for the first time in a year inches drink with his dad before the police arrived. Suddenly Georgia's mother admits to calling the cops herself and tells George he needs to straighten his life out. Thanks, mom. Hair like this and a face like Johnny Depp. I get fucking. Ask fuck to death in prison. Dudes like these stupid bitch. You have no fucking idea what you sentence me to like. Oh, yeah. I'm not gonna have to worry about selling drugs when I can't walk straight when I get outta here. Thanks, mom. Have in bloody ring around moss. Ho. Yeah. Like holy shit. Like you have no idea that somebody who has no idea of the prison system. What that does to be full? He fucking dumb ass. We also get this, this stuff between him and his dad, I love this. You know, you're mad at me aren't you know, I just don't want the hell you do. You know, I mean, goddamn cops react reactor you I this stuff so great. I love this, this whole thing may the what, what does he say this, this toast that they have. I think they also do it at the end. It's it is so insanely like it's such a mouthful that I'm like, dude. Nobody actually says that. But before they go to drink. It's like it's a goddamn like it's made the wind always be at your back and the sun upon your face. It may the winds destiny carry you aloft to dance with the stars. I mean, this beautifully written. But I'm like dude, that is such a mouthful like even the God injuring. But I just want to drink alcohol, right? Yeah. Whatever they're drinking looks good. Sorry, I've had, like so much nasal chest congestion, still dude is can pissing me off. I'll just ashamed doing coke, it's all right. I thought it was certainly. So hey guys. We got a great episode tonight. Like just be fucking. I love their hauling off George in his mom looks at the neighbor. What are you look at MRs grazie? No price. That's fucking good line. Love. I wouldn't be surprised that improvise. Like that's fucking hilarious. George is housed in the federal Correctional Institute at Danbury Connecticut, where he meets a cell may DA, go Gado. Do you know what we actually know we talked with this off air. Tell the good people at home, who this actually is Ohio, sir day Delgada is actually the suit, the movie pseudonym full. Khalas. Enrica Lleida rebus, sir. He was a big time playoff for the medi Inkatel, actually. Hey, man. What did what didn't he do kidnapping drug trafficking? Eventually, it was sentenced to life in not in eighty seven plus one hundred and thirty five years. So they go just for good measure. This just good measures side to make sure that he's actually dead when he's fucking but. No. So the first time this wasn't the first time I've actually come across. Ravers in film, like he was actually not Z pled massive Baden in two. So, yeah, like this, this was because he asked me about him, you'll like elect, you'll like Carlos Lleida, and I was like, I don't know. Call us Lleida Carlos later rave is because like that is his name, obviously, in this movie and guys, they refer to him as rave is so yeah, I was just like damn the is a. In, in knock as portrayed to be a bit more of a hot and fucking criminal. Whereas in this little, he's a little softer like I don't get the I don't know. Like what do you think about ravens in this? I I'm not a lie. As a whole. He's actually one of my favorite parts is movie. The this actor. I agree. He does such a fucking phenomenal job. He crushes it as the Gado Jordan, Malia Yati yet. Jodi Jodi, yo yo Di Mola. I've seen him as well. Yeah, he was in bad boys two as the villain. Okay. Yeah. He is fucking absolutely, so's. Cliff Curtis probable Escobar. But I, I fucking loved him in this movie he is eccentric. He's not. He doesn't seem like a violent psychopath. You know, he's not murdering people just for no good reason or anything like that. What's, what's actually interesting is his the guy who's with him, his friend Cesar Arosa the guy who's, who's close will be in the suitcase coz like that guy that guy seems like the Carlos later. He seems like this crazy Kan jam, my thumbs into your eyes Murdy right here, like kinda shit like that guy. Legitimately creeps me out, but with Carlos later, like there's nothing about the Gado that really makes me feel like he's this crazy. Intimidating kind of crime boss. He's kind of like fucking dumb ass. He gets caught for stealing cars stupid shit. Like what the fuck awesome real-life using fucking Nazi. Did you know that, that, that they were affiliated with, like Nazi party shit? Like his parents were. Are like Neo Nazi, like, apparently, they were really influenced by the Nazis escaping to Argentina after World War Two and stuff like there was influence. I'm writing now laid off ounded a Neo Nazi political party. The national Levin movement, whose main function police said appeared to be full sorry appeared to be to force Columbia to abrogate its extradition treaty with the United States. Damn right. Yeah. Crazy shit. To the point where he even when they were going to extradite Carlos later. He was like, I'll pay off the nation's debt. If you just leave me where I am. And they're like, no, we have to send you off, like dude dude was going to pay the entire debt off he and Escobar tried to do that. Both. They were like no. We won't accept your money. And it's God. Dan? Dude. But, but yeah, that, that's all that I really don't from is this movie idol. I haven't watched any of narcos. I know that like this, this whole thing with Carlos later, you know, I know they, they act like he cut George Al for the greed part of it. But apparently, basically, what was going to happen was Carlos was at the end of his rope. And he was going to start snitching. Everybody out, George Pablo. All these people he was gonna search niching out in George heard about, and he was like fuck that he's like, you know, kind of like one to hit the button first before he does. And because of that George Young served a twenty year prison sentence instead of sixty because he testified against Carlos later. I'm like fuck. Yeah. I did on the same thing dude. Fuck that guy. Like fuck you out all your shit. Yeah. Yeah. But oh yeah. This is where, you know, they I be the to quit Yego finding out Georges infra, smuggling hundred sixty pounds pot into the states Diego tolls George he failed because he had the wrong dream estim- what you know about cocaine. I love this. We have teaching the class. You don't know dick about smuggling, no drugs that dude in I love how every guy in the classroom is fucking black. I was like dude, really like God. But he that's exactly what it he's like these people even if you're in for life, you can still smuggled drugs like you can still make fan on the outside, and get money since you in prison. He's like it was real easy. Holy shit. We get this whole thing with him saying he's murdered somebody in. That's why he's in prison. Oh, twenty four months from earlier. I must meet your lawyer like this, this shit's fucking good. I love he's like George George. Have you ever had a dream? He's like I would if I could get some fucking sleep. Oh, the fucking hilarious between them. But yeah, asked him what he knows about cocaine over the major of their sentences Yego educates, George on cocaine and George educates, Yego transporting, I walked into Danbury with a bachelor of marijuana and came out with a doctorate and cocaine. Oh, that's bad ass, dude. That's fucking bad. Love it. Georgia's released and immediately flies to media go and Ceasar Rosa and Columbia, breaking his parole. They graded they agree to one run for fifteen kilos sign of good faith, and then things get heated between Caesar George. Yeah. This guy Cesar Roza. This is the guy that fuck it scares the shit out of me like this guy kinda terrifies me like there's something about the way that he looks like this guy. Looks like a great white shark like each just this black on, like just unpenetrable just fucking non wait. Non wavering is just like excuse me, staring, like fucking right? Indio like, oh my God. What do you think about George getting out of jail? Literally says, hey the champagnes cold, he's like, yeah, we need you to Columbia, like, okay wild wild. Yeah. It's just like what the fuck like this is all escalating. So quick, by the way, like literally, not even like ten minutes ago. Movie time he was in prison. We're not even an hour into this movie yet, we're not even an hour. He's already gone from, from boy to college to pot to Barbara being dead to jail cocaine to meeting, Pablo in like an hour as a God. Dan, this movie moves fast, but, you know, it's amazing is none of the stuff at the beginning feels like super rush, except for barbs death. That's the only thing that seems like super-duper rush. Like, we got the information that we needed what's testament to this movie and what I think is getting overlooked is the like how amazing their friendship and everything feels in Mexico, like dude, wouldn't I'd love to hang out those people and fucking drink with them. Hang out. We'll side. Like they seem like they're having so much fun. And I think that's just kind of like the appeal about it as Saint goodfellas like, oh, you get these fancy tables in, you know, people are bringing bottles of champagne and, you know, you're getting all this money, but, you know, it's, it's always Lipper slope. Right. It's, it's the it's the it's the eyes of this naked, pull you in the tail were. Apps round your legs. Yeah. Not paying attention to it. Dang ambitions. The dangers of wanting to base something. Yeah. Fischel right. The dangers of to be something at all costs rive, like just willing to sacrifice anything to do this. I love this getting heated between George and Caesar he's, I can who's close close and just so quiet. And he's looking back what town down here to you. Call me down here to talk about fucking close. And like I said they go in there to this run through the local local Logan International Airport with fifteen. I love him going through the airport security. He's like these your close. He's, I guess, are and these is, he's got the underwears old habits die hard. I'm like, okay. So are you saying, are you saying you're across rusher or that you think? Was because I think that's an old school mentality of being a girl and then take a pair of pain eases a trophy, and I was like, well, maybe that's it. But was like, but maybe that's why the guys just like fuck it. You can go. I'm not going to sit here in this fucking cross wrestler, by the way. Conga poss-, mutton, chops wolverine Johnny Depp. I know. Dude. And like you, you're coming from Columbia for one day with your Ted Nugent, fucking look like that's a bad look man. Like like you're kind of San Lucas sore. Thumb also men like talk about way, pray non eleven airport. Security. Oh my God. Like they're just like, like, hi, sir. But you like a gun to carry on the plane like yeah, thank you. I love this quote here when you're carrying drugs across the border, the ideas to remain calm. Just that first line, the way, I do it is, to think of something pleasant fun party, a moment of triumph, even a sexual encounter, I actually project myself to that place, a little transcendental meditation. If you will the trick is to imagine every little detail anything to keep your mind off the fact that you're going to jail for a very long time if they find the fifteen kilos blow in your suitcase. Oh fuck. That's scary Prussia. Yeah. I tell you a story real quick. When I when my younger days, I was probably eighteen nineteen. I actually was, I was, I was, you know, buying some weed was younger, and I'm on, on, binds we I go and get it. I'm about a mile away from where I'm going, I get pulled over by the cops. No. And I just I it was my, my tags have expired. They took my ID. They took this gave gave it right back to me. And we're like all right. Cool. You're gonna go just get your life's to get your tax and care of, like, yes, sir. They just like let me go. That's fucking terrifying. Dude, just just in my younger days, and like, oh, I've got some fucking crazy stories some that I can't tell on air. But I drunk. Yeah, one day as a bonus app when we launch membership. But jerk successfully makes his drop in plans move ahead for another job this time with a private pilot God, damn this shit with the pilot is where do the just goes a whole other level down? Like we are descending like crazy. This whole thing of, you know, I'm going to refuel in the Bahamas, and then we'll come back. Everybody's making what a million apiece. God, the pilot being like no, I want to, and he's like, come on Jack. That's such a great ring. No. You guys are just sitting on your ass where you're making money, you know, on the one taking all the risk, I want to these, like we need pictures of your kids. He's at what he's like we need pictures of your kids we go to school. We're I'd love goal. Love Cesar Roza writers, like we are trusting you with millions of dollars. Mr. coca coca Mr Stevens there without your kids. There is no deal and just that guy barely hesitates. He's he's, he's about to right? And I'm like, what the fuck man not to mention fucking Diego heating, the fuck out of his wife like when she went to start arguing holy fuck. That's awkward. No, another, Dan Columbia. Yeah, I guess, so. I don't like the line as he's leaving. He's like Mr Stevens. Don't forget the pictures. It's like yeah. You know what we literally just had this conversation. I don't think. I forget like God damn now that I'm not forgetting this encounter anytime soon. Right. I wish she had just said something else. I go Mr.. Stevens bring us picture of your wife, too. Oh brings add something to it. Don't say the thing, the literally just said that. No that that's always bothered me. There's room, right there for really good line or honestly, it's fine if he just walked out of the room. It's even more ominously leave the conversation without some big bad ass one liner. But yet, Diego s George to pick up one hundred ten pounds of cocaine for him. I love this favor from you. He psych the favor go and pick up two kilos of cocaine is like he's like, not exactly small favor. It's not like bum. A cigarette is like his befuddled. What else was? I do. It's not like I was on parole or anything he's just walking walking there and picking it up. I'm like dude, get fucking car. Well, what are you crazy, but, oh, and this is in Miami Beach, Florida, too, by the way, so he's traveling all like I soon flying across this across the country to do this, because they're in California, the whole time. But this whole thing with this guy fucking seven the gun in his mouth. And you know, it's like oh, you're George. Well, that explains everything open, your mouth, Georges, I get fought, like dude, you have some balls to tell these dude to go fuck themselves having a four. I think that's a forty five I don't know not go guns, Crame in the fucking barrel of a forty five near mouth and being, like, hey, you tilled Yego that I don't appreciate him making me sit on how long they say they have it. Sit on it for three weeks till George said he wants his money by the he wants his money by Friday. Dude. Like that's a lot just happen to actually have them. I'm not sure is, it's kind of hard to separate fact from fiction and a lot of this stuff because it's there, the there's like, what George Young says, there's what the guy who's the book that he wrote about your junk says, there's just kind of airing account as well, especially with the successive stuff like narcos and shit like that. Like it just kind of like. Mike Mike muddles things up even more, I guess. But while at home, George gets a call from Yego, who says that he is in jail in Mexico, and he will he will have to sell the to Hilo on his own. That's fucking terrifying. Dudes never sold cocaine in his life, except for this one thing they've done. Well, I guess I'm gonna hit up fucking Derek real so yeah. Three days later. George meets backup with Derek real who helps himself one hundred ten pounds in thirty six fucking hours fog and I don't wanna go past this whole scene with them, you know, pure Koke Mel about one hundred and eighty five hundred ninety degrees. Do you know who this guy is the guy? And a lot of. S. Bob cat gold ways. Oh shit. I you serious. Are you? Dude. Yeah. Because I love that. He's like one thirty one forty fuck me running one fifty one hundred sixty one hundred set like he's fucking going. Crazy shit is cut calls. We'll culture fuck. Yeah. Super random, Johnny Depp, Paul Reubens, Abbad cat go away all standard around doing blow. But this this frame ahead. Yeah. I know I've, I've heard, I've heard this quoted so many times after he snorts. He's I can feel my face. I mean like I could I fucked it, but I can't do that is Phil. Yeah. I've heard that quoted so any fucking times this whole conversation between them great. And he's like a is like, well, what do you think? He's like I mean it's great. But what am I supposed to do with George fuck and sell it? He's like, George. I haven't seen you in two years and you show up at my door the hundred ten pounds of fucking blow. Oh, that's a good point. But they end up selling it fucking thirty six hours. I think deeply underestimated the market. Well, it's going to take longer to count. It did to sell it. George flies down to Miami for the drop off and his taken on the plane to Medine to meet with Pablo Escobar their day, discuss the logistics of running cocaine to America and the headache of Diego's arrests for Pablo George refuses to work without him though. And soon, a deal is made holy shit. This whole shit. Talked cliff head is Clifton says, Pablo, I okay, look, I let cliff Curtis. Everything that is being in always blamed like, yes, man. This Olsen fucking training day. For example, man, get your shit pushed him. I Hazel some. I like him. I like him a lot. I didn't know that he was from fucking, New Zealand, which is wild. Oh, wow. No, his Kaley. So it was really difficult for me to watch someone else other than walking Amora, play Pablo Escobar because off to knock is man dislike. I it's tough, it's, it's really tough. But I think he does a good job. Like, hey does the. He does the sort of like friendly yet. Authoritative yet fucking. Dan, rod horrifyingly, scary mix of Pablo Escobar really well in this in his one saying that he has. Yeah, I especially love when he's like, when any what he's talking to George and he's like, he's like, you know, he's like, you know, this whole thing with, with the go in the cars as a problem, and he points to the guy he shot. It's like I don't like problems. He's like, no, I understand. But he's, he's just so charming, you know, he comes across as dislike this tall confident just force of nature. And I I love that just seeing him cross the field shoots that guy in the fucking head like it's nothing. They said this is absolutely hundred percent. True. I was an interview, George Young where George Young will not talk about two things in interviews. I watched about thirty interviews with him getting ready for this, and they said that he will not talk about the violence at all. Like somebody asked him to like they're like, how who what has changed you in the violence that you've seen? He's I I don't wanna talk about that. He's like the only thing I'll say is like the scene of him in blow where he walked up. Shoots the guy in the head and just hands. The gun off was it was even worse brew life. Because Pablo literally was like a hold on just a second, George and just walked over like he was taking a phone call shot, the due to walk with worries. What were we saying, like, he, he was, it was so nonchalant for him like this mean? I mean, this is a guy who blew up a fucking commercial airline just to get to a witness. Right. Yeah. Just I mean at all in, like what the fuck but the one of the interesting things was the fact that. Publis kabar. Especially with was georgiana you know, he kind of didn't want the ego, which is interesting because the go ended up being the one who bought Norma's k, and ran all the shit for like four or five years until I eighty to eighty three but he did not want the ego are Carlos for whatever. You know, that's so funny that we've got George I don't do business datum. I've gotta have him bubble by he ends up being the one a fuck you out of it. That is so ironic and just crazy. But I I love this, this whole thing between the two of them, especially when they start when, when they start going on about, you know, he's like, oh, you know, you thank you for welcoming to your beautiful countries beautiful, yes. But it's poor, you know, Motta coca. This is our main exports. Bubble blah. But I. There's something deceptive about him as public- bar because he is. So he so cool. And he just kinda pulls you in, and when he's nice, it's awesome. But do when he turns that one eighty like, oh my God, it's like fucking scary. That seems like it seems like the cogs are always saying in his head like it seems like he's always, like thinking, two three steps forward, and he's just like, well if this fucks up and I'm just getting rid of this guy like you know what I mean? Like it seems like as always ahead of the curve. Right. Exactly. I love when he's I can I won't do business Diego any stops. And he pointed him and he's just kind of like. He's looking back and forth is I guess Philly content, though. But yeah, this is where yeah, the George flies down to talk about legitimacy cocaine, George refuses to work without him, though. And soon deal is made. I love this is where we get this montage of cocaine exploded upon the American culture like an atomic bomb. It started in Hollywood and moved east in no time. Everyone is doing it. And I mean everyone we invented the marketplace. In fact, if you snorted cocaine in the late seventies or the early eighties. There is an eighty five percent chance. It came from us, what that fucking sin calc. God, I am that blew my mind like do you like have you ever heard, I'm actually going to Google is quite this myth about. The amount of Merican money covered in cocaine. Have you ever heard of this? Nah. It's actually I've heard this before that there is an insane amount of cocaine that is contaminated US currency because people rolled up one dollar bills to snort cocaine with. And that is so common, it was so common in the eighties that it was like the majority of US money has cocaine all suspended, secularization. Yeah. Right. This scientific American for cocaine users rolled up, twenty dollar Bill. Maybe the most community for snorting powder form of the drug or so it would seem from a new analysis with two hundred thirty four banknotes from eighteen US cities found cocaine on ninety percent of the bills tested ninety percent of two hundred thirty four Bank notes from different fucking banks across the nation. That's insane. Holy that's actually insane. Yeah. Perhaps that's not surprising, given that the US office national drug control policy reports more than two million Americans used cocaine in two thousand seven. So this is a bit older. It's probably, I would not surprise me if that, that's not as high anymore, cocaine's, kind of, like it's dirty drug man, most people, I know that like one ado, cocaine or like some white trash visas shit to be honest, like, like younger people don't do that now like when I was younger people were doing like Molly ecstasy show like people weren't doing still mulling. Still, Molly ecstasy. I was gonna say most people just don't wanna do that shit anymore. Like coke just dirty man. But I tell you what I think we're at about the halfway point. What do you say we go ahead and take a break right here in our is? Sounds good. Sounds good awesome guys. Don't go anywhere. We will be right back with the second part of our coverage of low. Look at it this far into the episode does. Woah, taking a quick break. 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Well, yeah. Jumping right back in. We get this awesome montage of them. Just exploding to the song, blinded by the light. I always thought this was yellow, this is actually Manfred Mann's earth band institute. By the night. I always thought this was yellow for the longest time. But, but I, I was proven wrong, but we get this. We get this great montage with them just living the life of excess women cars, there's horses them snorting coke off, like people's fucking tits and shit. Like actually, went through inserted randomly pausing, it on pictures just to see as holy shit or some crazy aspects in there. But this whole thing if you snorted any coach the late seventies early eighties eighty five percent chance can't Ross. They're trying to figure out this money as a two point five three million. You know, they're starting to just wait. Now this this house just filled with cash like georgiana literally said they said how what was it like having all that cash? She said, honestly, I get to avoid that it was like a complete nuisance. He's like it was such a pain in the ass. 'cause if anybody randomly decided to stumble into that house while we weren't there. He's like, imagined the payday that you just walked into a central fuck. Dick Yetlis is a fucking ridiculous messed. We had to deal with. This is a win like a fun like a little movie connection side Joyti, yo, yo Yoyogi Mola who plays Diege. Like I said, Elliot. Hey, he was in bad, boys. Two Tom in that. He's also a massive like drug dealer is like a kingdom and icon REM. I don't think it was cut the modern heroine. But essentially in that maybe he's hiding like like he's he's got like a whole room for like cash rod, and like he's got this problem of the rats just aiding it like aiding through the money and like all I can imagine if this is just like the audible Mola losing his shit because the rats aiding money. You. It's crazy. The real George Young said that was also a problem. He's like, we really like he said, we will lose up to like a million dollars a month and just rats eating, our, our cash. Holy god. Dan, that's crazy. But this is we see the boys depositing, their money into Escobar's Bank set of wandering through the states for a sixty percent. Sir, surcharge fee, I love that. He's I keep forty percent of my money out. Think so. But this is a Panamanian Bank. I guess they, they don't have any kind of they're, they're not. It's anything to do with US where the US could seize their assets at the his thing, it's Noriega has Bank. It's manual Noriega is Bank, right? Like, like, like think about think about the corruption there Faulk, right? Exactly. I mean fuck even Escobar keeps his money here. You know, there's a reason why because they can do whatever and fucking get away with it. Oh and gets married here at the reception, George meets Merka, who is engaged to Caesar. But the marriage is quickly broken apart by Georges. Yeah. Pretty much man. What do you think can Penelope? What do you think of Penelope Cruz here? I mean like I was waiting for her to show up because I knew she was in this, I was just like when, when do we when do we get to Penelope dude, like us like this is, it's an ally and the second build person, the actress has not up. I was like, what the yeah. Like. Honestly, I was not a fan of a character. I was not a fan of this whole thing because I've seen it before of saying it done before, like it's just not something near to may. Now it's just like in now. Now to me, it's like it's like a stereotype, take away from the fact that, you know penalty cruise is one of the most beautiful women on the planet, of course by the way, fucking married to havi bottom. Crazy. Yeah. Yeah. You'd lucky Boston. But anyway, so. I've seen like we'll get to it soon. I actually like very sir. Does this really like this marmot where the laid gets like folds in love with a like I side, it's literally like this exact moment this happens in goodfellas? This happens in goodfellas. Goodfellas casino, but same shit happens in can say our robot drug deniro say's Sharon Stein from across the fucking way. Like, you know, he's like who's that law, blah, does this little honeymoon period, like same shit happens in goodfellas, dirt honeymoon period. You know, the couples happy and then hod cut to like the wife, absolutely losing her mind arguing with the fucking like delayed. And I'm just like man of saying this shit like I like I, I don't know. I'm not on board with it. I'm done with it. See in my thing is just like I, I, I like her character because it's, it's, it's one of those things where I feel like in those movies, like they just kind of enough being, you know, like here in goodfellas. She's not the reason why like there's like a downfall like and I'm not blaming her for Georgia's decisions. George did what he did. But she has like Murtha has, like a direct link in getting him caught. And I think that's what's interesting about it is the fact that, you know. What did you think was going to happen when you decided to break up the marriage of a Colombian drug Lord and his fiancee, like she's probably not the most reputable person like, like, when the chips are down. This chick is not going to have your back versus somebody who liked Barbara. Absolutely would have it wasn't really about the money. But with Murtha you can tell it's it's about the fucking lifestyle. It's about the money this, this wholesome remind me of scuff has, like in, in Scarface, who is the who is in Pskov s again, was a Michelle FIFA. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. So she played Elvira. Yeah. She was also like wasn't she the wife or the, the girlfriend of one of the buses shit? Yes, she was Franks lady first before they before they murder him. Exactly. Yeah. I like her performance here. I just, like I, I like the I think it doesn't add an extra layer in the fact that she is engaged to this Cesar Roza guy, because, you know, he breaks up this marriage, and he's like you. Breaking up a Colombian wedding is not an easy task, especially when it's a drug Lord. But, you know, I didn't give a fuck because I was on touchable. I was Escobar's guy, and I think that's the interesting thing isn't shows you the power that George Young has you know, he's a fucking. He's a fucking Gringo. You know, he's a fucking Americano and like this guy has that much pool with, with these people, which even says later on. He's like I was just agreeing to them until I married, Martha than that all change. He's like that. He's like, I'm not just some white dude anymore. Lucky? He married into the family, so to speak. Right. So I do think it has an interesting dynamic in that in that I haven't seen before is the fact that even though the he is this like big badass drug dealer guy. He's still kind of needs her to get himself into the fold like completely. I think that's kind of interesting. But but I mean Penelope Cruz can knocks it out of the fucking park. Like she does a great job with, like he's sitting there, sitting there certain cokes hit cut that shit out. You're pregnant, she's like all, but w such a fucking hypercritical like like her like her. When the when when the ups are up. You can tell like she'd plays Merthyr really well like she's just just three spirited ours as great, isn't it? Great. Now, she can tell she's highs Faulk, but then when the chips are down. It's like holy fuck as she just a crazy fucking bitch, man. But. Oh, and this is where they also prey NUP. Yeah. This is where, you know, they're also talking about Georgia's califor- California connection where he won't tell DA, go. He won't tell any of the other guys in the real, Georgia. Was I, I didn't do that because this was my this was my insurance policy. He's like this is I you know what I knew was gonna keep me in the game is I, his if I if I gave them, you know, my guy will why wouldn't they cut me out. So that's deliberately why he did it for a long time in, in a catch him alive as well. He's like, I knew they would never try and kill me or to anything. Crazy. Why had this this connection in California? Oh, yes, they get married Georgian Mercer get married. We see Georgia's parents come for a visit. We also find out that the mirth pregnant, I love this conversation between him and his dad, where he's like you got some stocks and bonds, my vestments doing realize, like, okay cut that bullshit. Right now is stocks bonds is buying it, right? Like you have all the garage filled with, like bad ass, like older sports cars, like fucking like you live on Skywalker. The Skywalker ranch of cocaine with talking about. But. I love these things between him and his dad. We see this every once in a while. We see it at the beginning when he's a kid, we see when he goes back, and he's George, you would have been great anything. I love that. He's I get great. What I do that which you would immigration anything, and then we get to see him at his house in Columbia. You know, he's like it's nice nice Saint George. He's like, but are you happy? He's like, yeah. At the moment. I am happy dad, he's like, you know, I'm not I'm not dumb. He's like, I know what you're doing. I don't know the whole lot of it, but I get it. And I think that's really quite I love these scenes between Ray Liotta, Johnny dab. I like them to honestly probably my fire pot of the movie. Yeah. It's great. The chemistry between them is really excellent. And I think that it helps having really Ota, having played a character who is, who is basically, the, you know, like that beta version of georgiana, you know, this, this character Henry, not similar, but not the exact same. But this also moves us, right into, you know. Diego George having the sale at the hotel and Diego freaking out because he's not wanting to tell him his California condition. You, you brought your wife fucking bitch wife do the way they treat women as well in this is just insane. Especially George is a little bit different. And I think that's done intentionally. I don't think he was quite the Knight in shining armor, as make the movie. But I mean these guys he's like South American guys, don't give a fuck dude, like fucking beating the Shena them calling them bitches and shit. And I was like this is this is nuts hit, like it's like, like just the, the after thought that they are just it's like oh, they're just a possession. Can you imagine if this story was might today like all the fucking women's rights activists that would like around the corner and fucking poses fucking signs? Hey, take that back. They don't talk to us. Go talk to Carlos later. Right. Exactly. But at the sale, they begin to argue George refused. Assoc California connection, but in George shot in the ensuing chaos and ranges. Yeah. Finally arranges to meet up with different tech fucking for real. Holy shit him. Getting shot at so close to fuck in hard. Oh, yeah. Dude, like two inches to the left and your debt is a mother fucker man, just tell you plays it off as well. Like, you know, it's just like it's not that big of a deal. We got we get we get a big calm about this. We got a fucking professional. Yeah. I love Johnny Depp is excellent hidden. This is Johnny Depp. Oh, absolutely. And he's nano story. VN todo. Todo es Todo es nobody and motherfucker like that is like that is not that is. That is not good. But they finally set up this meeting between Derek real, India, Goto Gado in real life, Diogo curlers later when he met him. He was like, oh, he's like, so you're the man who makes cocaine disappear in thirty six hours, you know, versus Pablo originally said that to George when they first met. But then when Carlos Diego med, they're real. That's when he was like, oh, you're the one who makes the cocaine disappears Georges. And George Young basically just a middleman. He wasn't selling shit. Like he was just he was the one, you know, taking the risk and getting the pilots, I doing his own flights. But like from I hate to say it is fucked up. His is from a business standpoint like it does make sense like why like in this guy we're paying him how much money to do just to be a middleman like he's not the one hitting the streets or you know, he's, he's a connection. Yeah. Sure. But like, like do you see what I mean? Now annot that's kind of callous, but like, you know, the, the less steps the better the. Less hands. This, this dissuades with, you know, the less GRIs, there is the less people that batter as much as I hate it. I can see why they did it, there's less Rivera like, you know, like, and the like the my fault, the swag, the mo- further URI mo- further. You are removed from it the better as well. So, yeah, the less links in the chain the better. Sorry over here. Hold on. Yeah. No not doing bomb. Yeah. Yeah. But at a New Year's Eve party Georges worse firms are confused are confer confirm tag. I was doing to inspect. Your Kim from young kidding confirmed. Georgia's worst fears are confirmed. Wendy go begins making multiple runs off Norman's cay in island. He is purchased as shipment base for smuggling. I love this. I love the sangre talk. This is this is Noriega that he's talking to the party. Right. This guy who owns the bag. Is that Noriega? I think it's Noriega because comp like the fucking president of Columbia of Panama. Oh, never mind. No, no, no. I'm thinking of he plays a gusto? I'm sorry. I guess the, the guy who's kind of setting all this up the guy with the mustache, and the, he's the one who tells him that he's been fucked over. But now it's there's no why fucking there's no way manual Noriega involved in this state. Like that guy that guy was. Yeah. Was head honcho of Panama? Well, fuck him dude. I don't give fuck. He's Noriega guy didn't. I'm just getting, but now this Gustav Cousteau, Allah olive olive Russ, I guess, but he's the one who's been kind of he's part of this whole Midein con cartel thing, but he is the one that puts the word in Georgia's Zere doesn't he? He's the one telling him. Hey, you know. Yeah. I love George. He's like, he's like, he's like who's to fucking who the fuck is this guy Norman k? I like at first, you would think that's like. Yeah. Yeah. This, this whole thing of him confronting Diego and Derek is fucking great. You know him calling him saying. We're lipstick pretty won't get fucked. This is nothing personal, George. Now, this between you and Yego. I love you this business. You know. And right here is a great spot for George just to say, I'm done seventy million dollars. I can retire. I've, I'm married. I've one kid and I can never touch the shit again. Take my money and make legit business. You know, the play the stock market do real estate and not have to worry about this. But it's kind of like. Like, like Rick Ross, you know the drug dealer, Rick Ross, the real Rick Ross, not the wrapper on a did other Rick Ross. Yeah. Okay. Now, he said, the same thing he was like, you know what they're like. Why didn't you ever stop? And he's like, because I wasn't on the street selling drugs is fucking writing checks and doing paperwork. And like I was in a building as an office. It's like I'm not I'm not sitting here on the streets shooting at people selling fucking crack. He's like, you know that that's not knee. He's Io's in an office all day. He's like it was just easy is so fucking stupidly easy. But the I, I like the fact that it's just a phone call was Derek, bud with the he literally goes to Norman's K in to fucking ta goes lose in it man as man, he's got the cook sweats and like the double blinking. He's not looking good is not looking good. No. In fact, this I think this guy he, he does performances to like Jared Lehto wish. She wishes he could do like. He he reminds me of like a, like a south of the border kind of Jared Lehto as he's, I mean he's such a better. Actor Jerry Lehto for sure. But as this reminds me of something that would would try and do fail at the the facial. Tics is George. No, I would never betray you. And his is real big. His definitely got the yeah his definitely got the over the top shit damn Pat. But did I don't wanna guy postured Letta as good active? And I think he is a good actor. I'm just gonna put that out. Like have you seen Dallas buyers club did that should insane. See, I like his older stuff, more than his newer stuff. I mean he's great and blade runner. He's a he's a good actor, but there's just times where he goes over shit. I mean rec room for dreams. Good Lord awards. Good Prefontaine is good. It's like one of his first big movies from the nineties, but there's something about, like his later roles as you just kind of I don't know. He his over the top is not a good over the top. This guy's got it on walk. And that's what. I like about it is it's over the top. But he just pulls back right at the last second, you know. And he's like, okay, maybe I did fuck you over a little bit, you know, and they all kind of start laughing. But he goes to this whole list, you know, who introduced you to publish bar who introduced your fucking wife, you know, who protected you my friends, he's a Rosa wanted to slit your throat. And he pulls a gun on the not a good idea by the way, not a good idea like especially if it's not even loaded. Don't even bring that shit. Here's like that's a fucking idea. And they proceed to take him out back and beat the holy fuck out of him. I do actually like to add a touch of Diego, like we see him getting beaten up out of frame, the background. We can see the regret. India, go, why. And I, I don't I don't think that probably happened in real life, but I was just about five. Yeah. I liked the fact that he does show some kind of remorse za character because they have built in, you know, you do your my wedding, a love you. You're my brother-in-law bond to see this betrayal of that, he you can tell that he doesn't. He has some kind of guilt about it. And, and I do like that kind of touch, or would have been really easy, just to Bill. If I him say, well, he's a bad guy down. This is the last, we'll see him by you know, but we actually leave with the feeling some kind of resentment at the fact that this has to be done, but it had to be done. But yeah, they fucking gathered fucking put the boots to him. Slamming his head into that tree. They fucking punch him hit him in the face with the rifle Slamet head under the tree. And he comes home with, like ace. Soul. And I. You have a concussion did this fucker would look like Eric Stoltz from mass by the time he got home? You know, Neo. I mean, have you ever seen mask with, Eric Stoltz? I've heard of it. But like I I it's that's a fucking elephant face right? Yeah. Like he would come on looking like, like puck and Mr. potato head over here. Do there's no way like Johnny Depp comes home with, like barely swollen. I was like dude semester. Salone looked worse in rocky after getting punched a thousand times, you got hit in the head with a rifle, but like fuck off dude. But this Georgia's bucket, I'm out. And. You know, he ends up and I, I liked if I'd like Penelope Cruz here. She's real. You can tell she's really worried her. She seems genuine, you know, she seems like she's genuinely upset by this, you know, who wouldn't be your husband coming home is fucking side of his face swollen up saying, yeah, I've done, you know, they cut me out fuck it. I'm done. And. Yeah. George confronts to them. George returned home to Merthyr looking like Eric Stoltz in mask and says that he's done smuggling, but definitely not done snorting that shit though. Dudes knows a goddamn, Hoover vacuum like the he goes off the fucking day penned him. I mean, the whole thing about him being, I you know, I went always done selling and I was done. Yeah, I was cutting back store. He's like, well, maybe not completely on just the, the Leonard Skinner playing. He's an amended enemy. And he's like just going around the room like crazy as they're screaming forum. It's really, really really, really good editing. And it's like a mini montage of its own, you know. Yeah. A day at this whole thing with this whole thing with Christina, being borne in him fucking Odeen in the delivery room, like whole hog. What did you think about this, too? Like I saw him standing that his hands shaking them like. About to collapse and lawn Bohol collapse. But licked this happen. Is that real I, I couldn't verify it. I, I would not surprise me. I mean anybody who does Rog for that long of them out of time? I mean you're that's probably going to happen at some point if you're if you're snoring that much cocaine like it wouldn't surprise me at all. If it works through 'cause to hear about this guy walking away like completely on unscathed like, healthwise from Franken drugs would just be unbelievable. So I believe it's probably true. Maybe it didn't happen literally him passing out the fucking delivery room, so dramatic. And you know that's Winston's. But I do think that this probably happened. The thing that I call bullshit on is when he says, he's like, oh, you know, the human body can usually stand between one one point five grams of cocaine a day, depending on body weight. Now, I was up to five or six ribs a day. I believe that I don't believe. When he's I want snorted ten grams ten minutes. I was like, no, no. I don't think because. Yeah, I was like, dude. If you're, if you're averaging if you can handle five or six day you would die snorting tin in ten minutes. I mean, maybe it's just a movie cash, it, you're snorting. I don't know like dude ten grams ten minutes. Like you be fucking dead, as a doornail, man. There's no fucking way. But yeah he, he passes out. They, you know they, they mount they I like I like the way the doctor says he's like, you know you got a daughter now once you stay with us for a while. He's like, you know, I have no moral stake in this, whether you quit doing drugs or not, like, I don't give a fuck. But as a doctor, I gotta tell you something. And yeah. I mean did you do their daughter? Did you catch their daughters? Yeah. Emma robot stood fucking in really roll. Yeah. I was looking at this as holy shit. This reminds me of like some merit Mera. Oh, god. What's her name? She's the little girl in MRs Doubtfire. I think it's merit Dawson Mera Wilson Merrill. Yeah. Everyone a may of mentally Pullman makes up just Mina. Yeah. Yeah, that's true. This whole thing of basically, George is taking the, the quiet life now. George decides to quit snorting and selling and takes an active role as a parent, and settles down into the quiet life on till Mersa throws George thirty eighth birthday party were old friends and cocaine are abundant in the fucking waiters or cops. Great. Yeah. And I don't want go pass. We also get the reunion of Derek and George as well. We find out that the ago ended up fucking him out as well. So I'm sure he was just played leapfrog can just fuck in jumping over these guys as soon as he found out who. The way Paul Reubens looks, I'm like, dude, you look like. Mike, you look just walked out of a fucking like one of the extra for a flock of seagulls video like the one earring in the really like the silver jacket and a little tight as like oh man. But they actually do a good job of aging, both of them up here. I do like that. They looked genuinely older like Johnny Depp's hair kinda looks like shit like he looks like it looks like he's been like listening, eighties rock and smoking, non non filtered cigarettes all day. You know, he's got tired more tired look tune now which which works in the context of the story. Right. Absolutely in Mersa. I mean, good God her being just like she has a fucking candy bowl filled with cocaine, like I mean, I know that's probably nothing compared to what their normal used to doing that today. But like I walked at a room and there is a candy filled with cocaine and be like. Am I Bob Brown win? You Houston's, where the fuck, Emma? But yeah, I mean he's like on the only guy who fucking gets busted for waiters. He's like, maybe it was to cocaine buffet or the list of or the list of like South American last names. But they were fucking waiting for me to slip up, and I did. Yeah. This shit socks to should just where we get the first taste of him losing his daughter, seeing her getting pulled out of the house and her staring at him the whole time. It's sad man that sad. What did you think of Emma Roberts Robertson, this, she was especially towards the ad man? Like when when they're talking to each other, like she was fantastic. I was just like damn you. All right. A little bit of a child. Prodigy. Like, I think she's dot actress. Now, you know, maybe, maybe I'm just putting a bit more wet into it because, you know, she's acting as a child, and like, you know disobeyed like man like imagine acting as a child, like that's going to be fucking rough. But yeah, she's fantastic, in, in sequences light, I with, with, with Depp in, in the prison fischel. Oh, yeah. That's where she absolutely crushes it. And especially later on the re establishing that relationship. But Georgia's arrested he signs a plea deal saying that everything the party was his that his guests had no idea, but it returned. He also demands Christina be released from protective custody, and she and Murphy back on a plane going home before he signs anything. I love the guy. And being like oh, he's like, oh, let me get a pack, of course, something like that is a right. Like, did that guy with the mustache, Jerry minima such a dumb ass like the whole the whole time on this, this, this guy sleeves with his boots on and a gun in his underwear, just like just in case, you know, just in case like this is the guy that Ben Affleck is talking about in the town that tucks his fucking pants into a socks because he thinks. Yeah. Right. Yeah. This guy's such a dumb ass. So, yeah, he takes a plea deal. I love him dodging, the ashtray put his fucking cigarette out on the table. Fucking defiant till the end. But yeah, just like in the past George post bail and skips town and goes on the run. But not before he visits his parents, one last time. God. This is walking. This is really ODA at his best in this movie. This is my favorite scene. I love the touch of his mom, not like she she's barely even in focus. We don't see her at all will, like, like she's just won't even come out of the room, what acknowledged him literally just says, I don't have a son. That's it. It's a God. Damn the Ray Liotta. Absolutely. Crushes it here. When he's when you say, you know. He's I watch go on. He's like you're not going to trial. He's like, no dad, he's I know he's like so this is it. He's like, no. I mean, I hope not. And. You can tell that the, like they, he wants to go in for that how he wants to have that, that moment, because in the back of their heads both of them. No. This is it. I think they both know they're like hand. This is the last time I'm probably gonna see because. Yeah, you'd kind of get that feeling. Right. Right. It's like I can't ever come back again. And I'm going to have to go into hiding like, like I can't come out into normal public. I'm definitely not going to be hanging out around here. We're going to be fucking waiting for me. But as he walks down those steps and get into the car radio to face is he just puts his hand up in this, like, just to slow wave in his eyes or just like floodgates, dude, they're just holding back those tears is are so red because it sucks, you, you know that if his wife or fucking dead like he pushed her down the stairs, or something after forty years that he would be like, George come on in have a Cup of coffee. You know, he wouldn't give a fuck he wouldn't care at all. But it's like man this, this bitches got him by the by the fucking nuts, man. And it's it sucks because it really he's the one that I feel for most in this movie because, like George has put him in such a tough spot where like he kind of has to be whereas like it's usually two parents fighting and you have a child in the middle of it. You have a child and appearance fighting with another parent, the medal of that. It's an interesting dynamic, as like man that sucks. I feel so bad for Ray Liotta. Heartbreaking, Z him, just about fucking breakdown. He's leaving. But George goes to the Panamanian government tries to get sorry, tries to get his cash withdrawal. And they say there has been a, what a Nash a change in the national branch or something like that. There's some kind of under new banishment basically. They say that the Panamanian government has appropriated his entire thirty million dollars in his count fucking. How many times have you gone to check your Bank statement, and you're like, oh, fuck him in the negative or like oh fuck. I have like I have like way less money than I thought it a mention going to the fucking Bank could be like anybody thirty million dollars, and I can't give you thirty bucks out of that. It's all gone. It's all gone. Oh, it's like the dude, I would I think I probably throw up man. I think probably I'm dime dead. I'm a dead motherfucker butter have this money. They take all of his money. Marsa sorry. Not martha. Murtha Somoza, Mirtha and George argue about money Walker. She no worries about them being split up. I love this is also throwback. Like I said earlier, you know, not in front of the kid. This is good. Just seeing that cycle getting repeated. But I mean she has such a crazy line Moraga. She's like what's happening to us. I'm like, you're like fucking nine. That is not something I gas when my parents had a fight when I was nine what's going to happen. Like I never thought about that. Like she's like contemplating like big ruled issues next in show like. Like I just picture heard like worship at the end of watchmen. She's like violent lives ending. Violently is what becomes of us? Chases Chrysler like she's just as a little kid who's just. Like I always feel bad for the child a situation. And I think Emma rub rub it's really was a well like she whiz, the, the whole, I shouldn't be looking, but I am a shouldn't be hearing this, but I am and this kind of, like, man, like I, I sympathize a lot with this character. She's kind of Clinton though, you know, like she's a little, I'm just kidding. It is it is perfectly legal, however, frowned upon the call a child account put perfectly legal it is it is. But yeah, they continue about money. She worries about them. Splitting up while on the road Murtha causes their heart to be pulled over by the fucking cops dude. This shit is where like dude, like. I got a mid, if I were him, I'd probably take a swing at this point. Well fuck it you've already ruined. You have ruined my life like bug. And I'm just I'm just gonna take swing a you like, like the, the getting this whole thing between them is like a married couple boiling over to the point that, she look she literally takes years off his life. I'm like holy fuck man. What did you think of this scene? Heartbreaking short and sweet. All right. Good MEC into now. 'cause like 'cause man, like dick, this, I feel like okay look the second half this movie I feel like they crammed a lot in like they put there's a lot in here. There's Bailey anytime to, to brave. Do you know what I mean? Like, like we go from like. I can't even tell you the sequence of events because I like I can't even put it in my head right now. It's just so quick. It's like rapid fi shit. And I'm like, man. I don't know. I, I don't know. I don't know. What's it's like he he gets caught? He skips bail. He gets in the they get, you know, they take his money. You know he gets arrested again, three years passes. Divorced. Now is related. It's like everything. But, but I think that's part of the what comes up must come down. Like we saw this in the first half, where it's like, you know, we moved to California, I met this girl. Now, we're now we're selling. We now we're going to Mexico now. We bought a house in Bubba and everything happens quickly, but just as quickly as a calm it can be taken away. That's, that's what I love about it fact that run the fact that this, this, this tide swings both ways just as strong in the other direction. And I'm like I fucking love that about it. You know, when you're when you're up is never, it's never, as good as seems winds down. It's like you're never going to get back up again. Like that is such a. Good, quote, man. I've said that so many times, it's, it's, it's fucking brilliant. But. Yeah. This is where she gets him. Fucking pulled over you ever touch me. Get you motherfucker is a fucking junk dealer with the kid of cocaine in trout. Fucking second ago. You, you literally trying to hump him as as, as driving the car right sand like oh, you let the fuck you in the ass to like you don't fuck me anymore. Like, oh my God, man. Like. No wonder he fucking broke your nose. I'm sorry to say, but like. But yeah, I mean God do this is, it's a gut punch. That's a fucking gut punch every time I watched this dude. Because sushi says it like I remember watching this for the first time with a group of people, and she says that and I remember multiple people on like, oh my God. Like she just ruined. It reminds me of actually in goodfellas with Maury when Moris like you know, oh, I could have dropped the dime a dozen times. But I didn't didn't I and that's when he's shut the fuck up dude, like shut the fuck up right now. Like there, you might fucking get pissed and you might like be it ends. And you might even try to kill each other. But you don't fucking rat each other out like that is what's fucking crazy? To me. Right. It's all about loyalty. Man. Right. Exactly. But we could hit three years. Mercy comes to visit George in prison, and tell him that they are getting a divorce. There's someone else not that I think you cater and his face just like I don't like he doesn't sorry. I'm not I'm not free. Is. He is the. The divorce threes Lehto. Yeah. I mean I wonder if they might have been like them, not to superport by the United might have been trying to work it out. You never know they're gonna kid and shit. I was like, maybe they're trying to get this to work, but fuck it. I mean it's been three years, she's getting fucking pipe stuff by somebody. You know what I mean? Yeah. The she said, we're gonna divorce, I'm taking custody of Kristina, and you're gonna pay child support. And that's it. Okay. And I love, you know, say something he's all you want me to say you put me in here. Oh, that's always thinking about yourself. And then her walking out of shod in boom, this Christina behind her, like, oh, another fucking, gut punch dude, depth, face really says it all when he sees her and she's like, oh my God. Like dig- want her seeing me like this kind of thing because I got the impression that this is the first sign that he seen her since he's gone in. That's what it felt like you know, like a really and threes, do it's, it's what it felt like because I don't know if that was something. Yeah. Thanks. She gets him arrested for the shit, and it all it all kind of falls on her. I don't see them going to visit him for a while. You know, their relationships rocky. Now they're getting out of wars. I don't see her going out of her way. So their daughter can have a good relationship with their father like I just don't she's kind of a bit to be completely honest. But I wouldn't say sign that they've seen, I wouldn't say, it's the first time, but this might be one in a handful of times that, that they've come to visit. Dude, when she says, I thought you couldn't live without your heart debt reacting to that him staring him him looking down. And he stares up at Penelope Cruz. Just like if I could come across the sing right now, I would fucking eat your head. I would destroy like it's palpable. His. Yeah. At him him slim like one of the scariest things about this mood who me is when actually when he, he slamming that fucking phone into the glass. The look on his face is such of like like this rule snarl of pate in like anger, in just like lashing out, like it's, it's, it's terrifying. Like beautifully on at the same time. It's. Remind me of I it's like, well, this is Anga, that's sort of anger in different way. Ryan Gosling implied Ronal. Oh. And he's I screaming hair. Yeah, I could see that. I definitely could God he so good in that as well. I was actually really skeptical about that. I was like, okay, cool. But. Yeah. So finally skits out. Nice finally released from prison and begins to try and rebuild his relationship with his daughter. George says he wants to come and take her on the weekends. He wants to have custody. You know, you haven't we, we haven't seen any atom Oni not one cent. I love the way Penelope Cruz talks. I'm not gonna lie. I don't really find it all that attractive shows how I know I know. Put I'd much rather. Take Barbara you kidding me. Oh my God that German Red headed girl who wants to sit around and in the sun. It's what pot all day. I'm like, you know what that doesn't sound so bad? I'll take the big tits Spanish chick noise. I'll take that bullet watch fuck. I'd probably take the egos wife before it safe. Melody cruise. She looks like one of the Kardashians. I was so weird. I didn't know co khloe Kardashian had a cameo on this. Try saying khloe Kardashian say any of those. But yeah, so George trying to rebuild this relationship he gets in contact Derek real one last time trying to set something up when he's meeting this guy at the bar. Did you know who this guy is? I am like ninety nine nine nine percent. Sure this is Wayne grow from heat. Oh, yeah. Yes. All right. It is. It is one hundred percent for show because. Okay. Cool. Yeah. Yup. Yup. Absolutely. I was wondering about that because I mean I was like dude, he looks just like. Yep. That's what's funny is actually been win. Wang grow went in, like the real the actor who played him. Kevin gage is actor's name, when Kevin gage actually went to prison that to everybody just called a wing grow. And he was, like, he's nobody fucked would be imprisoned. Everybody loved blow in eat. So, like nobody fucked with me. Everybody was really nice. It must be nice head that story. He he looks like a bad dude looks so fucking Sadie yet, nothing about his whole appearances. I, I make wise decisions like. Everything everything, everything about him everything about him looks like he's like I've had to live at a card, some point. I believe you, I believe you. But, but yeah, basically, they set up another job. And this were bump into duly again. Fucking duly, dude. The, the crazy part is, there is actually a musician friend of Ted Demme's, whose last name is D, U, L, L, I, Julie, just like this one he actually named this character after him. And what's funny is was just how funny win Ted Demme died that will dedicated his album to, to Ted Demme, which is crazy guy died so young like thirty eight have like a six month old kid as fuck, man. That is super shitty. But, but yeah, the crew sets up the job we get this conversation between between George and his daughter. He's like, I'm thinking of going out, California. You would you wanna come with me yell, Bob? Aw. I this whole thing you know, I promise I'll come, I'll be thirty to pick you up, and she's, he's like, I you know scouts on swear my life, he boy, he says it's scouts onerous where my life. She's like swear on my life. Like, ooh, oh, man that flushing clever clev- ago, gal. But yeah, this is where I mean, this is just kind of I mean we're kinda we're kinda coming towards the end here. We're wrapping down. You know, everything. What is that saying, the end is the beginning is the end kind of thing like you rea- right at the beginning of it again. The get the coke that come in. Yup. Your Columbian disco shit, man. And George got him. He's like, dude. Do you save my fucking life? He's the being that I'm so generous, you're all getting extra fifteen percent George. That's an extra two hundred grand like these guys must feel like such hit by the end of this, man. Yeah. I. I would too. That'd be remorse. But I mean you know you get a D to do the right thing. I mean that's, that's my that's. Philosophy. I guess if I'm gonna be fucking plight over here. My little high hose. Well, I mean, and also, it's too, it's too late 'til like pull back like they can't say, oh, hey guys, not this one. Let's get the next one. You know that's not your calming this either this either happens now or never. Now when they take the knife, dude, I thought they were going to kill him. Like I was just like oh shit. They're gonna they're gonna snuff them out. See, I thought that too, like the first time I watched this. I was like, wait. So this whole thing, oh, federal prison inmate that was him telling the story ten minutes ago when he was in prison. And now we've moved on since then, and they're about to fucking kill him because it's a really ominous shot like it's on the table. He goes to the bathroom pants. Right. And it pans back left. And you see him take. All the plastic set up in the back. Yeah. And it just this really cryptic talk like, man. I feel bad. Yeah. Feel bad, too. But what's done is done. You're like, whoa, what the fuck does that mean do like what the hell's going on here? Oh, god. Just the fact that he has no clue and he comes back. Hey, you know what I was thinking, hours from member that time we flew to Mexico on remember that fucking landing shrimp, and it's like dude, that's heartbreaking like thinking about this time that means so much to him. And honestly, you mean so much to us because this is where that's it's just like goodfellas at the beginning, this, this is at life that we sucked into an it's the Mexico. It's the Mexican life. It's this it's this living in Aqaba, co that really sucks in. So to hear him. Chatting this backup with this guy who thinks his friend. He has no idea fucking sold them out, like Jesus. That's that's fucking, so tragic man, like some Greek tragedy shit. But George realizes, you know, why the long faces realizes that his knife is gone and fucking digits up. He knows what's going on. I, I love this whole thing of him, just feeling. No, no, no, no, no. He's fucked not. He doesn't even care about. I don't care about going to jail. I don't care about losing the money. I don't care about any of this stuff. It's the fact that I'm not going to be there to be with her. You know what I mean? Right. Right. It's, it's the selfless sort of, like the, the dad thing, right? Yeah. Exactly. I man this this this fucking heartbreaking. Through through the emotion call and get through this this'll thing of him saying, you know, it didn't bother me being and the way they all leave they way they'll get up in the spotlight hits him. You know, he's like I was busted set up by the FBI and the DA that didn't bother me set up by Kevin Dooley. And Eric for real say around asses, that didn't bother me but since two sixty years at Otis Ville, that didn't bother me. But what bothered me is that I broke a promise. I'm like, oh, just a shot of her outside like dude. That is funding. So sad. But I mean these monologues is well, do these fucking like so God damn sad. This guy that comes with the tape recorder, do you know who that is? I'm pretty sure that's Ted. Demme. Oh, okay. I think he's got a cameo in this. But, but yeah I mean I'm like, oh, this guy does cocaine. Yeah. No wonder you had a heart attack is kind of a fucking biggest dude, like playing basketball game. Okay. Like what's a fuck. Do you think you're doing dude? But yeah, yeah I'm almost like ninety percent. Sure, this is Ted EMMY, but we see him trying to get this weekend. Furloughed visist add his dad's sick as mom says, no way she gets shut down. So they have this. They have this conversation with him. You know, reading it into the, the tape recorder Jesus Christ them. I'm not gonna read this whole thing. It's so fucking long. But it's him recounting all this stuff going to work with my dad was the biggest truck in the world. I remember how important the job did what it wasn't for us. People would freeze to death. I'm with tuna. I remember when I left California on come home with the F B I chasing me. That was that was really something. You remember that? And remember when I told you that member, you told me, the money wasn't real all man? I'm forty two years old. And I finally realized what you were trying to tell me so many years ago, not finally, understand your best pop just wish I could have done more for you, which I had more time. Anyway, may the wind always be at your back the sun, always upon your face may. The wings of destiny carry you aloft to dance with stars man fucking just like. Just crying my eyes out over your so fucking stand. It is it is. It is, ma'am. I feel a felt disconnected. I didn't really. Didn't really sympathize was as much as I should have feel like I don't know. Maybe I was missing something. I just I wasn't I wasn't really on board with it as much zero. Got one hearted bastard. It just it just gets me because this has been like the only person that's been in his corner. The whole time Neo barb died is mom, betrays him his wife. Betrays him his friends. Betray -em. An it's like fuck. This is the only guy that's been in your corner consistently. It's like that is fucking heartbreaking, dude. Right. When you think that that's going to be like the emotional climax of this. We see, like what ten years later fucking lot older gardening, than we think, this is received. We're like holy shit. She's coming to visit him in. This is gonna work out that it's nothing but like an allusion as like oh my God. And at first, I was like, is he losing his mind like, is this for the movie's gonna go like he's just been imprisoned? Why shouldn't himself losing his mind for the last ten years? But but she just completely disappeared him being almost lost in that field. And he's a visitor. Today's not today. George like oh, God. Damn at that sad. It's pretty. Okay. Well, good. I'm glad something is you, you fucking ice, Princess cheese. This whole thing at the end. So in the end was it worth it? Jesus christ. How irreparably changed my life has become? It's always the last day of summer, and I've been left out in the cold with no door to get back in grant you I've had more than my share a poignant moments life passes. Most people by whether making grand plans for it throughout my lifetime. I've left little pieces of my heart here and there. And now there's almost not enough to stay alive, but I forced a smile knowing that my ambition for exceeded my talent there. No more white horses or pretty ladies at my door like fuck man. That is dude did that it's fucking heartbreaking. And I think that George Young wrote that I think that's straight from his book that he was writing. We get this. It sounds like something that was put on the show. Oh, god. Yeah. And we see, you know, he's been sentenced to prison until two thousand fourteen and Christina sunshine young has not yet this her father, and that's fucking blow man, boom, that's blah. I tell you, what, let me I think we have a listener comment on this. I've got Facebook. I don't think we got any on Instagram. I didn't think we did, even if they did have fun with me. Right. Yeah. Wait a period. Zohab. No. I just. Yeah. I'll just I'll just read this one off of Facebook that we got from Brooke moss brook. Thank you for listening. Thanks for writing in Brooklyn. I love this movie. And thought the story was, so tragic, I believe he's out of prison. Now he absolutely is George Young was released sometime. I think in like twenty fifteen or twenty sixteen actually funny. He gets out of prison. And as soon as he gets out of prison, he has to go to a halfway house for violating his parole immediately because he made public appearance. Yeah. Like, made some type of public appearance and Yahoos out in twenty fourteen and then in twenty sixteen he was arrested in booked for a month just because he was doing some kind of promotional thing that was not cleared by his parole officer. So it's not like he went back to smuggling drugs. That would be the shit if he went right back to smuggling drugs like you really don't fucking get it. Do you do what the fuck is wrong with you? This. Yeah. He's I can't I can't let it go. This, this whole thing with. This whole thing with his. His daughter is. Well, I did read that after the movie came out. She did actually getting contact with him. And when he got out of prison, they started kind of forming a relationship in this interview they asked yours has your shipping, your daughter, and he's like he's like, and it's so sad. He goes. That didn't pan out so well in the interview, the interviewers I. Oh, okay. She's like we don't have to talk about. He's like, no, he's like, it was a big part of the movie, and it's a big part of my life. And he said, you know, he say, I can't I've asked her to forgive me for this so many times, and she just won't and he's like an anti all I can do is really ask for forgiveness and move on with my life. And if she doesn't want to give that to me, I can't sit 'n spin on that for the rest of my life is I've got to move forward. He's like I made a mistake. I gotta own it. And just keep keep on keeping on. And I'm like, wow, that, that is crazy. And I mean, just words of wisdom, you know, it's like I can't force you to forgive me if you're not going to even if you're not going to that might still be my problem. I've gotta live with that. But that doesn't mean I have to sit into well on it anymore. You know, I, I don't forget that, but I don't have to sit there and relive that every day. And I'm like, Dan, that's, that's that's powerful shit. And in honestly, I hope something, you know, he's seventy three or seventy five years old. I hope they get something figured out before he dies 'cause I mean, dude, smokes like crazy and his allotted drugs. So I can't I can't see him live into like a hundred. I just saw race. Fudd ovum. Not looking good dude. He he looks like a leather, handbag God. He just he looks awful. But say we go ahead and plus some social get well, no. Give me your closing thoughts. What am I doing? I'm trying to fucking jump the gun here. Yeah. Well Donges it's like you know fucking 'cause before. Yeah. Man. Look like I said, this for some reason, this movie didn't really connect with me as much as much as it should have. I think I think just it was at a disadvantage because I came to light if I hadn't seen American made if I hadn't seen Nakas if I hadn't looked into any anything else, many in, then maybe I would elected I at this time the early that's remotely interesting about this. And if you take the many and sought of that, if you take the kabosh lot of it out of it, the relationship that George has with his daughter, and the relationship that George has with his father, the only two things in this movie that I actually probably really really like which is weighed, but yes, pretty fucking, we're yeah. It's just because like the other elements just done better in other things. And I'm not I'm not saying that, that's a bad thing on this. Maybe pot. This is honestly, this probably came, I like this two thousand one and then, like, now we're going through this crazy sort of, like Wade era with all obsessed with the million contel in El Chapo, and shit like that. So it did probably do it fast. But again, just is vantage of coming out to light the way the story is told, you know, the goodfellas vibe again. It's just under that shadow of the goodfellas why. But I can't seem to just take it out of concept to separate myself from. Maybe it's just because I've only been once maybe if I watch it again, I'll probably, you know, get that get that out of it. But I can't I'm also I bought this movie. Oh, yeah. Valuable to rent. Oh by on I, I think it was rent three dollars by five dollars just like bucket. I'm just going to buy it. Did. But yeah, it was it was. It was okay. Honestly, I'm not I'm not too high on it. Maybe I think I'll give it a. I'll give it a six. Yeah. I'm just going. Yeah. I I'm actually I'm actually looking at some of the trivia right now. It's interesting that the woman that plays George that Johnny Depp mom is six years younger than him. And that really is only like seven years, older than Johnny Depp. And Emma Roberts. She didn't see the movie till six years after it got released. You know obviously. This is actually her film debut as well. Which is interesting that whole thing about the tape recorder that he leaves for his dad is actually paid them. What, what the real George Young Leifer his dad, I fucking love this movie. I, I think that it, it shows the perfect example of trying to have your cake and eat it to the fact that the, the, you know, this whole thing of almost like a Scarface like the world is yours kind of thing. That they're literally can be too much of a good thing in. I it, it really it's, it's a story of tragedy and me for a sense because if he had just stayed in Mexico said, fuck it. I'm just gonna stay here. I'm gonna sell pot. You know, I'll, I'll retire or even if he'd had just stopped when he got his ass beat. You're like I guess he was pretty much soft. That's that's one thing that's a little bit different between the movie. I don't think they threw this big party where he got called like he went right back to smuggling for Pablo Escobar when he cut ties with Diego. So it's not like he was out of the loop completely, and he was completely cleanly. He was still selling drugs. I mean do smuggling this this what he did. But I think that this movie handles, a lot of those elements really. Well, I think that I think that we are supposed to be the we are supposed to be emotionally invested as really simple father and his daughter because we see generational like a generational thing. Like this guy is such a self destructive. Tornado of you know, he treats himself like shit snorting cocaine. But then, also the same time he's puts himself in all the people around him in jeopardy, constantly by doing this is expecting some point that there was going to be something with his parents, like, the, the, the fuck out get that when the cart I figure the cartel some point was going to be like, hey, if you don't do this. We're gonna kill your parents or something was going to happen there before, if he's like, hey, can you just kill my mom, like leave my dad? Yeah. But now I love this movie. It's not as good as I remember it. But I think it's better than most people have given a fair shake at it. I know other things have done it better. But like their other things have done it better. But nothing nothing really. There hasn't been a movie like this to chronicle one of the biggest times except for narcos, but narcos is more about what's going on, you know, below the know in the Konta, you know. Right. It's, it's interesting to see how this I in, in America was able to do this and go, you know, uncaught for so long. So I definitely say it's like a seven seven and a half out of ten. I, I really, really enjoy this. I just I love the tragedy of the story. I love the, you know, just the excess and stuff this American greed kind of thing that even when it's white collar people or blue collar people or whatever that greed will come down on your head like every single time, it doesn't matter. And you know, maybe get out get out while you, can, you know while you what you still have waste of your head attached to your shoulders. I guess. But yeah, I say we go ahead and flexible and get outta here. Equal added stood. Awesome guys, if you want to check us out, you can find us on Instagram at midnight, double feature on Twitter at MDF pod. Russell on Facebook at midnight, double feature and we have group attached debt, call the after party. That's three words, everybody's invited to that. You can also find us on YouTube just type in midnight, double feature or on Spotify were on itunes run. Any major listening platform. Please stop by ring reviews on I tunes it keeps our bread buttered keeps our lights on here. It keeps the coke flowing through our veins. So please stop by rate reviews on, I tunes shoes numale midnight, feature gmaiLcom. Give us any questions, comments concerns. Any request? I'd love to hear some more more requests from people. 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#251 - The David Monster Game Show

The Unimaginary Friendcast

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#251 - The David Monster Game Show

"Up Welcome to the unimaginable. CAST this episode to fifty one. This is a conversation with your socially distance best friends and your your host. I am Nathan Bonnet Benson Aaron Marie Betty. Davis Junior. And I'm David. Monster. Dot Com I think. I. Think you are on today. We're going to have a big celebration because we have so much to celebrate first off Nathan and I are settled in our new East Coast Studio, which you see all around us now. And where are you guys is the unimagined Harry. Unimaginable relative Pencil Mania Mania, whatever we are. We are somewhere in the state of Pennsylvania near a big city. I now and the second off we're after five years. We took our first week off prep prepping for this livestream. So this is a celebratory moment in our podcast history. And lastly, David David Monster we just had a birthday I happen to be on our week off but we're going to celebrate today to honor our beloved co-host. We're going to be holding the David Monster Game Show. Today. And the game show it is it's it was a game show carefully crafted by David Monster, himself. To see how we all got to know him over the last five years doing this show. It's GonNa be fun going to be weird. It's going to be all the things you've come to love and expect from your best friends, which is us. But first we're interrupting this program with Breaking News Bitch. Well look at that. I know I know. So if you're not watching, we brought some major major production value going on here. You. Guys don't realize how much money has poured into this show. So, guys I'll go first with my news because it's a follow up from when we talked last time. So the two hundred fiftieth episode of surprises we had mentioned that. I'm on knocked up over here. and. My now David, where are you going? Candlelit he's out. I had to leave the podcast now I'm back welcome back. Back. My News we know this exa baby do Erin. Are you are you guys gonNA. Have a gender reveal fire party. We are going to do it on the podcast next week. So that's my news we plan on burning down the studio. We're going to see California's already on fire. We're going to burn down the East Coast that's why we're. Supposedly one of the fires here was started by gender. saw that in the news. That's amazing. That's not the first time that's happened. When you drag Queens. Together running around, there's going to be a fire. What are you GonNa do I don't know if that was a drag queen thing but you know Drag Queens for your gender reveal party well, you tune in next week and find out. Okay Nathan Give Your News Oh. Yeah. So we followed. The new trend and watched Mu Lan on Disney. Disney plot. So David have, you seen it. It's only thirty dollars additional to the Disney plus subscription. To Watch. Milan Rich did arrested. No. What did you like it? I really enjoyed it. Yeah. We really liked it. Yeah. It's not a perfect movie by any means, but it's beautiful and I love the cast it was so great for me as a lifelong martial arts film fan to see. So many people from the you know just heroes of mine from the past in this film in different parts. So yeah, it was that was really cool. The leads are really good the the females great. Of course. I. You know I didn't look at all the reviews, but I checked out a couple and they're all P-. I don't think you can make anything that people are going to like anymore honestly but I think I think critics liked it and it's being accused of not representing Chinese culture properly. So yeah that's a shame. But. I heard a review on NPR of the Chinese man. Chinese. American man who writes for The New York Times and he said look we have to let it go. That's not exactly Chinese. So that's great. I'm glad I'm glad that the cultures represented but he said I just wish it was would have been a better movie. It really was a subpar movie, but at least they showed Chinese culture. I don't know why would be subpar thought it was good. Yeah, it was. said they took a Chinese legend and made it a blockbuster film and it was just kind of disappointing that's all. Yeah. I I think that's certainly what they did. I. Don't know the legend at all. I haven't gone back and I haven't even seen the original Disney filmed and compare. So. I don't know I thought it was. I. Enjoyed it. So I can say and Jet Li was in it and Lee gone from Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon and Donnie yen and Jason Scott Lee. was in it and I haven't seen him in anything for a while then he died So, Jason Scott Lee is the actor who portrayed Bruce Lee in a movie called Dragon. In the mid late nineties. So it's not Brandon Lee. This is Jason. Are they different people? Yeah. They're totally. David Yourself. Racist. I enjoyed it. All Right David I'm excited to hear your news. We haven't seen his along where actually my news news I'm I'm taking the opportunity of my news segment to educate the world. Because I've had it. Okay, why don't you know I? I need to ask you a question are people as bad PEOPLE IN LA are horrible drivers are they? And your imaginary land of Pennsylvania and now people are way more courteous. In Pennsylvania Yeah people we noticed as soon as we drove out of California, it seemed like that people actually they don't honk the horn it you right away when light turns green they let you merge. Give you plenty of space to merge. There are crazy drivers everywhere but a lot more courteous drivers. His in La, they rushed to get in front of you. So you can't cut in and then they'll just get in front of him slowdown. Yeah. A Very La thing and I've actually. Was the first time I've seen this, but it was a month or two leading up to US moving. There's billboards around that say and I posted it on my instagram because I was like this is the best book ever seen in my life. It was like let someone in traffic is bad enough something like that. I haven't seen that. Max. Tirade I need to rant because I'm so pissed off people in La, I guess people in Pennsylvania. No people don't seem to realize that every lane on a fucking freeway has a purpose. If it's a or lane highway and the speed limit is sixty and your some idiot who's like I want drake sixty get in the right lane getting the slowing all the lanes to the left are fucking passing lanes. If you WANNA drive in the right of the lane all the way to the left the fastest line, you have to be able to go eighty to ninety miles an hour if you. WanNa. Go seventy getting one of the right lanes you son of. We should be able to kill people who just because people will just like I'll be coming up. You know coming up or five up the hill someone who's In the Lane writes me in front of me, and then they'll just like slide over into the left lane and still go sixty. And you're like, what are you doing like? Why don't you stay in that lane? You fucking idiot I'm going eighty I'm trying to pass you anyway that's it like the left lanes are passing lanes. Stand that I. Think it's called Frog and it's the game that they should play first grade through twelfth grade just to really embedded into your head. You leapfrog around people when you're driving you kind of jump around and then you get back into the slower lane. If you're not watching the video, you just need to go to our youtube page because David is whenever I? Just want to kill people I want to strangle vented I wanNA take that stupid fat woman in the van whose slides over in front of me polar out of her car, strangle her to death in front family so that they see in the thrower ditch and drive away I want to do that so bad. It's it's because I'm good personality just wanted to teach the world the lesson. That's all. Good Deal Yeah David I understand I was really that was one of the most annoying things about living in Los Angeles we'll not miss that there are things I will miss in. That is not one of them. Thank you. Thank you for backing me up on. To? And this week's gold star goes to. Our Goldstar is my brother. Let me tell you why. So he not only flew out to California in the middle of pandemic to drive our truck full of Shit Anto, our car backed Pennsylvania. But when we got here, he got off work early and helped us unload the entire truck. The entire term I'm not even at the point of why the Cold Dr. So we found out. Now. So he's found out the hard way that are queen bed in. Boxers mattress and box spring out the in boxing. Wouldn't fit up the stairs so we couldn't get our bed into our room. We can kind of like crunch the mattress and get it up there. So. Chris came over with a song in sawed it in half and like folded it into a Taco, carried up the stairs and a nailed effect together. That's what he did. Even. Got There now when we were there for it. but I mean come on. That's gold star winner if I've ever heard. and has he made food for you to yeah. We've been over there a few times already. My God he you should ask him to marry you. Wait a minute. And a lot of ways. It's awesome. Yeah. That is a deserving Goldstar perserve and anyone who's in giving give his restaurant a plug anyone who's in the Pennsylvania area what's it called urban village urban village in northern liberties. He's an amazing chef as. That congratulations to him and his gold star I feel like he's gotten one before. But this one was the most deserved. Y- he's probably deserves three eagles for that. Probably actually we we only have one this week so. We'd we wanted to give sorry I, mean, I don't make the rules. Semi celebrities lots. All right. Are you ready for the David? Monster Game Show and I'm looking at you, David, are you ready for your ready so I am but his Nancy Evans in here because I feel like she's the only one is going to get A. She's not on facebook she I don't know texter. You better get here. 'cause what I had done was I made a very, very insightful, amazingly concise quiz of everything that I said at one point or another on podcast. Okay. To give you guys. So we're GONNA find out guys listen to me at all or if you care about anything I have to say so this will determine whether or not we listened to you at all in the podcast. Yes. Now every question has multiple choice. Okay. That's helpful. Given it right away or should I ask the question because I was thinking if I ask the question and you get it without multiple choice, you get two points. But if if you get it after the only get one. I think that at the two in one point is good. I wasn't listening. So if you guess. Points if you. Ask The question. Okay and and and then if you get it without the multiple choice, you get two points. If you need. One of you know the answer than I had given all sorts Daniel, only get one point. You guys need to keep your own scores, own my Nancy's there somewhere she's watching. I'm talk radio. With my mom right now, she can't figure I play the video. Just goes ways. facebook if she goes on facebook and goes on our page, it's right there. Trying, what can I say? It's a mom thing I don't know. Yeah. All right I'm ready for this game. You can see our screen here's ready for this game. A little nervous I. DON'T WANNA. Let David, down Yeah you might let me down. Tell me when you ready I'll start ready going. All right. Here we go the. David Quiz question, number one. Which one of these superstars early nineties hated David Monster. Superstar. Celebrity of the early nine. Up Wait now. Who Was it leave? Romania Penelope Cruz No. Who's just grabbed his junk? Them. All, you guys need the multiple choice questions. Sure All right. WAS IT A. Christina Aguilera. Be Jordan Knight of new kids on the block or see Miami Alec. A.. B. If Lancer really you had their Nathan be. I don't know who the answer is a Christina. I you telling a story about her can't remember allocated my dirty rotten filthy gut hanging she scientologists. No, she was not. She was friends we had a mutual. stylist on her show and we go in her house all the time, and she would avoid like the plague married with children. She yeah for married with children wow. She hated me. Okay. Question number two. which famous person? Wait. God fires, David the most Madonna's. Person Did David find out was homosexual before they came out of the closet. For they came. So you're saying that they did come out of the closet. Tom Cruise. Tom, cruise not John Travolta. Is it. The multiple. Choice. You guys need the Multiple Choice Yeah Ellen was it right Ellen? Was it a repeat nics. Be. Neil. Patrick Harris. C. Jonathan Night of new kids on the block. D Tom Cruise or e John Travolta. Be Yeah the be one. You'll Patrick. Harris? Yes. Aunt who was a? The answer is a and C since I didn't come out closet before he died answer it see Jonathan Night of new kids on the block. while. I hit I knew his stylist and she let it slip. And this was in the in like nineteen, ninety two. So it was early on, we were like what? was. I have a question for you during your own game show. Is there a reason why you're cutting off your own head in the video? Might as well. Would you rather see this or this? I see your face I do like your shirt though. David everybody say ooh David. Is Ready Mattie Question number three. What movie star introduced David Monsters First. Television appearance in nineteen ninety one. What's A movie star, you need me to repeat that now. Listen to me at all Ellen. You guys don't care because Alan. You here's a hint keep guessing inland because it might be right at some point. All right. What are the multiple choice? The multiple choices are a greg. KINNEAR. Speed Jim Carey. Or. See Howie. Mandel. How L.. E. It. Was a great Konare are you serious? He hosted short-lived program called the best of the worst and I was featured on it. You've never. Yeah. For what you? Haven't no way. The Best of the worst. What was that? Featured for. It was my I had a shopping on melrose called David Monster and they featured the shop and I was interviewed and I gave it to her of the shop. You Know Great Canarias. Yeah I know Julia Stephen. King is often it works. We have a comment from a listener right now that says Oh David. Oh. It's married shelby and I second that I second that very well. We posted it. That's beautiful. Very nice. All right. All right. Are you guys ready for the next one number four? Which Child of seventy singing star sold her parents boots in David? Monsters. First Retail Store Oh really Presley. A. What. Do you. Share. It share. All right multiple twice. Okay Kay here the. Coincidentally A is Lisa Marie. Presley be is Jacob Dylan. See Maya Rudolph. Jacob Dylan. This. That's Bob Dylan son. Is that your finally, that's my final answer. It was Maya Rudolph who are sold her mother, her mother's many repetitions boots in our store. Do you guys have? No idea. Looking for she's saying that Song Land. That's my Rudolph's mother. It sounds just like that. Yeah that's my mother. It's a beautiful song and it's a great song. Beautiful coming from you. We ready to continue I'm zero for four. Okay. So we how many do you have? Oh, we're supposed to be doing track. Track Aaron now how? Did, you got what? You guys care if I live if I die already ray. Hey. Yes. Chris Number Five. What? Is David favorite band the top of his musical Diva Pyramid Donna no see I don't know that I don't. I know that style you gotta give me the band names. We that's the that's what you've gotta come up with. Multiple Choice, Madonna? Well Mary Shelby Z.. Mir's shelby loves my Riverton. Here multiple choice. At Bandar. Be Heart with an Wilson. See The runaways with Joan Jett. Or Deed Blondie with Deborah Harry T.. Which one daily Blahdy blahdy. De Blondes and Daddy laundy. Final answer. Yep Ding Ding Ding. Ding Ding you got it. That's right. I knew I know your music tastes, but I don't know all the celebrity stuff. Okay. All right. Are you guys ready for question number six? There is no multiple choice on this one. You simply must know the answer how this doesn't make mistakes. On what subject is David Monster? The world's foremost expert. Bombshell as Biens. Actually give point to. I, get to. Split. DOWN NATHAN GETS TO AARON GETS era gets to also let's give. You. Some. Guys ready requested number seven. Yes. Just. So question number seven in the eighties David partied hard. Oh. After a long night of clubbing what did he get trapped in along with a small handful of local celebrity on Scientology an elevator. Elevator with beyond saying salons and Jay Z. Yes. Exactly in the eighties. Okay well. no, neither one of you. Got It. Right you want the multiple choice. Yes. Was it a a walmart. Be The west German Consulate Mansion C- Lisa Marie Presley's Pantry or D Tom Cruise's suite at the Scientology Celebrity Center Lisa, Marie Presley's Pantry. And It was the West German consulate man. Not Be an answer. I should've guessed that and I've said it before have you where's Nancy on Edmonson? I want her guessing this I would not get any of these. These are listen. This is hard we listened to. When we when we when she visited, we were in the car. There was a couple of things I mentioned. Oh, that's right. I heard on pockets you guys like what we never heard that before what? Do I. Don't even know this many details about myself I think. Okay. This is something you got should both now and I wish that crisper was here because he would know this number eight. On Chris Birds world-famous Travel Website CB actor traveler dot com, who is the one person living or dead David said he'd choose to have dinner with. Oh. I read this article I did. You, did yeah. We both did. God I don't know if I don remember Jesus Christ now. Choice. You. D Ed is there multiple choice? There is multiple choice. Are you ready for the multiple choice? Is it a Marilyn Monroe be? Frank Sinatra. SEE President Nixon or decline Patra A. Cleopatra. Marilyn Monroe. All. Right Nathan. Evening. I knew something weird. Have course it was. Weird. Can ahead a very good reason why? Because there's so much mystery surrounding her and she was so acclaimed and she was a scientist I want to sit down and talk to find out what she's all about. That's the wrong word for sure but Marilyn Monroe would be obvious. Obvious answer everyone should go read that interview with David. On CBI traveler website it's unforgettable every dot com. It's great website I. Love All the little. Thing it's an unforgettable interview. Remember everything. She got it. Wrong. Thank you Mary Shelby Mary Salvi. Mary Shelby might be a bigger fan than Nancy on Evanston she's. Nancy I have. I have to say that I think that there's a delay from our lifetime in the facebook page. So I. Think she answered right when she heard the question. Is, going GonNa be kind of a hard game show for facebook folks. My Mom said she has one point. So we'll give her a prize when she gets a right answer or anyone if. Gives. Dancy von Edmonson says claims to have one point. She does which one did she get right? We'll find out maybe she'll type her accident right I'm ready to go. Ready to continue ready. You pay question number nine David has said that when Adolf. Hitler and Satan run out of ideas they called vis person who is your mom? Did, you want to answer Nathan. I definitely. Right. All right. Yeah. It's my mom I. He say that. With somebody wrote. Aaron. Davis. and talking about putting my pocket. A great show. I oh my gosh. Okay. Are you. Guys. Are you ready to continue can? Take the heat it is. Very Warm Arctic question number ten David has said that when he's having a bad day, he thinks of this event and it brightens him right up. Is it Might. Say That one more time. David has often said that when he's having a bad day, he thinks, Oh, this one event and it brightens him right up what is it? Events. Happening something that happened I mean it's not being at the beach or like walking around laughing. I'm GONNA need multiple taking back to something that happened previous to the time in. I'm GonNa, need multiple choice. there is no. Makeup multiple choice I'll make it up. Was it. May wait hold on. Let me think per minute. Was it. A the election of President Obama into office now. Wasn't be the defeat of Hillary Clinton for president possibly see the death of his father, the death of his father. See Yes. Yes that's correct. Ding Ding Ding Ding. Ding one point taking a real dark turn. The next to don't have multiple choice because I've said the so much. I didn't think that you would need multiple choice but will better we're doing better now. From the age of thirteen through his teens what has David said is his biggest regrets. Biggest regrets. From the age of what to what? Teen. Scientology. You being a part of scientology dating women big regretted dating women. No not that was fun I made tons of chick cheerleaders hot chicks in. Their breasts. Gosh I don't know. Oh is there was something to do with your clothing store. All right I'll let to offer continuing to live at home. A that he join scientology that was guessing you said, no. Be that he dated women. I said. That he never ran away from home. I just. I just said you regret living at home he did say. You get the point I didn't hear that I'll take one point for that. All right. All right. Yeah so ready. At, what age did David finally leave whom? Seventeen. Oh Yeah I. Guess that he son of a fan he's a mathematician from Alaska. From age thirteen to seventeen, what did you regret not leaving home? Okay. Well, you get points anyway. He went ahead. Con Mary Nancy we need more. Did you find out what seven points? Tied tied. Where did you find out? What Question Nancy got? Right. I don't know. I figured she would write something actor. Okay question number thirty, a number thirteen. This is just a yes arena are this is just pick one does David consider himself more of a cat person or a dog I. That's a tough one I think it's a dog person dog person. You Voted on this, even you guys I couldn't decide I, love them both but I may give you a half point because if I had to choose the fact that you could reason with and converse with dogs might sway at a little bit but I don't consider myself. Oh, so we're both right. That claim for that. You can have A. Lean towards dogs we get point. Yep One one point. But I. All right I don't want to say that I do because I love cats too. Blind. She got the. Question Right. On Lucas she's she's she's married Toby's. Vote. That's incorrect. She said cats. Should've said Cats David. I don't trust out to give a little more time. So they have time to answer before he give the answer he hears reading number fourteen David David. My. Nancy von Edmonson got blondie the blondie. Question Right. She did. She gets the point gets two-point right I'll tell her take back my last comment that I don't trust dog people. That's not true. You said, you don't trust me. He just said like ten seconds ago and then I felt bad. I don't. I don't eat dogs. RUSS UTAH. You call them assholes dogs are assholes some dogs. I don't trust dogs to make sound financial decisions. That's fair. I agree with NATO. I mean yeah. K-. Question number fourteen who took the phone away from her stylist when she was talking on the phone to David and told him to fuck off as he was conferring on a on wardrobe on a project she was working on. That is really grammar. Did you guys get back? To say that one, Mellon. Ellen Ellen. Is that your final answer, my final answer. Did you guess Lisa Marie Presley. I'll give you the multiple choice and I'll give you the multiple choice. Are you ready? Yes. Was it a Madonna now? Roseanne Barr maybe. See Courtney Love More neither he'd Joan rivers. See I'LL SAY D. Aaron gets. An. Native a Ding Ding Ding. Jeanine bucked yeah yeah. I was originally going say Roseanne Barr until you said coordinator it was hard because all of those women could easily have done that. Even Ellen apparently. Allan. Allan Okay 'cause number fifteen, one of these celebrities, David did not provide wardrobe or costuming for who is it? Did WanNa get in the four did not off the world you WanNa go now I'm GonNa give you the. Ardy ready I'm giving them. Mozart is one of these by did not provide clothing or wardrobe for was it a Roseanne? Be Jennifer Lopez. Christina applegate de Lisa Marie Presley. Ebina. flack. Val kilmer or G Jonathan Night of new kids on the ball. Pay Hey. Wait you say anything yes. That's Roseanne. Are You sir hundred percent? And you say be Jennifer Lopez Aaron. Yeah. It was de Lisa Marie Presley my gosh. Why am I don't guess her? I even told you guys this. We have this out I prob-. Wardrobe for in living color and I dressed her when she was in the fly girls, Jennifer Lopez and I did a whole bunch of stuff for Roseanne. In fact, there was some seen where they went to Vegas I duNno, whatever. The Go. They got Megan. You'll see what I provided, whatever fine, whatever Oh boy. All right. Eighteen kind of pastry has David said he hates describing it as slightly sweet drive read globs. Drive. Hake now like maybe. A ST. John's. Are. Own. Bread clouds give you the multiple choice ready. Yeah. Is it a Italian pastry. Be American. Pastry. Mexican pastry or deed French pastry see. French. Mexican friends is the best if you guys ever been France it is so good I wanNA kill people American. Mexican patriots it's the worst I just. Stupid Sugar Shit on top. Generic. There's so many different kinds of pastries. No Shit. Why maybe it's like southern California Mexican pastry hate it and someone gave. Thank you the give me a whole box of it only knew you'd love this. I was like, thank you through it. All right in the garbage talking about the Mexican sweep bread, right? that. Yeah. That Shit bread and call that Mexican pastry. It's called sweetbreads. Yes. It's basically like a piece of brown sugar on. Horrible and then they make these that are similar but they're hard there's some shitty there. So terrible. Oh my God, they're so awful. Ready for the next one. Number seventy came. What is David? Greatest pet. peeve. Affair. People don't pass correctly. The everything that happened before social distancing. Women that are annoying and grocery store Oh. Yeah. That's it right there. Are Hades, ribs. I wouldn't call the pepys multiple and you guys. Ready yes. Is it a people who pronounce words in a ridiculous Midwestern accent like Monday Tuesday Wednesday. Or as he men who don't work out especially, very tall men who don't lift weights or is it see people who don't know when to use your or your or is it D- very young girls wearing makeup like child beauty pageants me tall guys that won't work out say see your in your. Now I don't care about your on your it's it's be men who don't work out. They should be arrested and sent to prison. There's nothing I can do I have to say David. I, guess that I don't think I've ever heard you say that I've never heard him say. Or? You guys need to listen closer I find the evidence how is Nancy? Nancy Johnson doing she getting anymore Ryan, I think she got blondie right so far and that's that's all I know about that's all I know. Way. Nancy. Johnson doesn't care about me either. Pretty sure. That's what it means. David get used to it. comes. Down to the wire. Right Number eighteen guy should both get this? There is no multiple choice either get it or you don't. Pay. Number Eighteen David has written an unpublished novel. He describes as a geopolitical compendium and philosophical allegory on state. Human Brain is the title. Gang. Bang. got. Two points, two points. That's pretty good. I can't wait to read that book. State again lesbian what Gang Bang. A number nineteen who has David said is greatest inspiration in life and why Madonna because she's so talented I need multiple choice I feel like there's a few. All right I didn't give them up the I get Nathan got the person but he didn't get the why Madonna because she anything you can finish it. It's Madonna because she proves that you can have no talent or anything and still be a success. Agree. Yeah basically, that's it. You said it well, actually. Scoring better keep score who one? Yeah. I'm like nine and a half I. Think you gave me a half point for something which is kind of bullshit but. Are Twenty. And this I didn't get multiple choice 'cause I thought you'd get it. But if you guys need multiple-choice come a bit right on the spot, what has David Monster said is his greatest accomplishment in life so far going clear. Your clothing business. Greatest accomplishment. So you're. Writing. Lesbians Let Gang Bang That should be. Maybe I'll publishing all the books he published. Or. Maybe the working on the game with Jim. Wow. Thanks you. Nice things about okay. What is it a? Being pushed at a party by Eric bed do. BE Meeting Janet Jackson and being civil to her not telling her how much he thinks her. Brother is a Investi or see having Penelope Cruz, grab is at. Falls e yeah. What you guys can see why that would be my good spin. Lucky. I was kind of A. Sort of a trick question. Because that was really penelope Cruz greatest accomplishment. That's true. Oh my goodness. I'm going to add one more question because I can't just see twenty number twenty one described David. Monster, in one word. Gorgeous. How talented? Got So close. But I think I prefer gorgeous. I have a question for you the birthday boy. What what year is this for you I don't I haven't kept track I was born in nineteen forty four. Let's try to do the math keeps getting all their cure, a hundred and sixty six. How I don't even know how to do that. It's one, hundred, fifty, six, mine do thousand what year we didn't thousand nineteen, two, thousand, eight hundred doesn't twenty. So you're seventy, four mean. What you're seventy four. Seventy four ZAPPA. Believe so. You're actually getting younger 'cause I thought you're in your eighties. Lots of. Your eighty four. You guys are so rude O. ARA old. David I had fun I feel I. got over half not by much. Ten and a half. One two, three, four, five, six. For the last one. Oh. I have fourteen on here. That's that's not true. All right. So that was our first live stream, our I live broadcast, and it wasn't without excitement. We remember we're going to be doing this every two weeks and we will post. A few days to a week beforehand to let you know when it's going to happen. So look for that on our instagram page facebook page if you haven't already. Liked us or subscribe please do that and I will also post this video. It will be available on facebook but I will put it on Youtube page as well so you can find us in all these different places now. Or if you just WANNA listen if you're just listening. That's great. We're happy to have you. Oh and let me tease next week so. We're GONNA be home. He's in the LID off of our child gender. Or Sex. Rather than gets more PC at this point you. Gender reveal of sex, reveal party on the PODCAST in two weeks that'll be live. So you guys all need to come with your guesses and also name recommendations because you know we're going to choose a name from listeners, neighbor child right and fire chamber shirts. We need fire extinguishers just in case. Because I, think that'll help. So we are you going to announce the sex and then when the baby's older enough, they'll tell us what gen will have a gender reveal. They'll tell us what gender they identify ask. And also, we're going to be taking a cross country trip from Los Angeles to Philadelphia, and we're going to show you all the wacky wonderful things that happen along the way when you drive cross country so that the visual podcast would be a lot of fun. Full surprises and images so definitely tune in. You can't wait. Right, yes. Even Bitch.

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Episode 134: Wasp Network + Rosewater

The Film Buds Podcast

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Episode 134: Wasp Network + Rosewater

"Hello everybody welcome back to the film buds podcast. This episode number. One, hundred, thirty, four, thousand, four Yep Nice. Yeah back on it. And My name is Henry. I'm Khloe. And this time around. We have A. we have a great show for you. It could be our best yet you never know. I mean we have that blanket optime of potential? Nice Henry thank you also to be the worst. But. But I doubt it. I I hope not. I think be the actual worst. We have a first. We have a review of the new net Flix Film Wasp Network. And then we have a retro review. Paul Rudd. Now didn't work and make alot I've tried to make A. Little vendors joke didn't work at all. I don't really I. Don't really know that stuff. I didn't get that one. Can You Asian? It Wass. It is. It is an extremely aptitude. Sequel to that. She shoot I didn't WanNA reference evangeline Lilly. 'cause you know. Right. She's knowing right. we have a wreck review. Of Jon, Stewart's first film rosewater for paying for his new movie. Here's a new film out now. Actually I guess it's. The. I don't know what is the early rental thing they're doing is a movie theater. They call. They Call Cedar Rental. Which Globo ain't about to do not even for John Stewart I don't think I will. Irish King my God I. If I'm not. Do Jon Stewart I'm not going to for anyone. Yeah, honestly. And we have a some news to talk about like we can touch on Carl Reiner passing well. We, also have the casting of Margot Robbie in the new pirates of the Care Bian. And also the. We also have the Seth Rogan Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie Now Nigeria. And other stuff you know another teenage mutant. Ninja move of movie Yes, but it's produced by Seth Rogan an Evan Goldberg. Shoot. They'll probably be very good at it. I think so, and that was about their childhood. Ish, too, so yeah. And I don't care I. Probably will watch it right. And then we have a listener question concerning the difference, it's a big one the difference between trending now and popular movies on networks. They want to know. They're curious as to the difference, so of course we have the answer. I never noticed that those were popular. Netflix's thing, there's popular. There's. Trending now, yeah. Recently added. Releases I got a little bit of a spoiler. Okay for this question. A little bit of you've noticed, but basically you if Netflix has. At all recently released movie, it will be in the trending now forever. like that, so that's the tea, but yeah well we'll get to it rising. And other stuff we watched like I got around like I told chloe. I saw one gentleman and sonic. The hedgehog saw that the other day. What Benny Shwe yes. Thanks again for joining us once again. Khloe how you? On I'm good. I'm a little upset because I was definitely GonNa say something and as you know currently, it's you know full of gratitude for the lack of news on my side of things as far as my little. Corner of the world, but I had something entertaining enough to say on the podcast to you but Henry. It's left me You know that the luck, Honestly Fest An. Yeah. Well come. What it if it comes to, you feel free to shout it out. I yeah, all right. That's me once. A so first of all. Housekeeping. Love it. Let's Dragon I. Love The you remember it but Lamar Lamar. Housekeeping. We'll get there I'll get there. Everybody. Keep out, yeah. First of all, so if you have not been to the film Buds Dot Com our store there where there's t shirts and mugs. All the proceeds for the last few months have been going to covid nineteen charities, and that's still the case. Don't work. That is still the case. But we that is going to be ending July thirty first of this year, okay? This year part. Of this year. We won't be going until next twelve I hope not I hope I hope it's not. Fair Okay Yeah. This year of two thousand twenty. We are in twenty twenty right now. Yeah, so if you WANNA. Buy something to help. The covid nineteen 'cause. You have a whole month to do it. Yeah and thank you to the people who have bought stuff already. That's very kind of you. Henry Al have to beginning advocating one henry to. Yeah you do. Beginning one because Henry I got one for my mom as a present because she really really wanted one, and then she are the first day she worked. She spilt all over it. Oh no big! Grabbing another one up. Don't worry, we won't you know would not have throwaway p partial this users. Don't Fret. Okay, I won't I? WON'T THE ECHOES SMOCK ECHOES? Shirt, smock RAG, and this is a very known system with my family because my mom. Is Major spillage going on a lot of the time, but should be a shirt. Major spillage has banned the the other one before that. Ot Scher Spa Grab. I totally forgot for second as well so. That's just me. That's not the system. Don't blame that look. You can blame the system for everything else, but that one. That was just me And so yeah July thirty first and do some reminders, but just to be aware, and if you have not joined our patriotic page, go to Patriotdepot dot com slash the film buds and he. He year yet the Chan-. Donations, just go to help support the the weekly show, so we'd appreciate it if you would do that if you if you are a listener. which if? If you're listening you. You are by definition, amy. Techno Technical Hey I don't know. People could identify as not listening in on listener yeah exactly. Like identify as a listener, even though I don't listen to anything. Even I say yeah. And last thing for me, Chloe, you may have other stuff I. Don't know last thing for me just because everything going on with my dog that I'll get to know video for beyond the film this week on Youtube, but there will be one next week so I guess July Eleventh, but no, no July fourth, the math. Okay, no July fourth video this year, no July fourth period in my right. Oh Yeah, fair enough. My family's never done that. 'cause we've always said screw that, but I wore. Glad People Are Getting on the bandwagon now. Yeah, I'm there with you? and. It's my mom's birthday. July third so. We'll have to be happy early birthday to her. Oh Yes Yeah. Timing. We can use that as an excuse for you know never celebrating. With. July bring principle, but you know subtle bigtime. All right well, I can talk about the stuff with my dog. Khloe, unless you have anything you want to touch on I. Now know. Done okay. So, yeah, if you caught last week, show I mentioned that my my dog was getting an ultrasound. Because? She had been losing a little bit of weight recently. And so we went and had an ultrasound, and we at first thought because of her liver levels. That's a tongue twister liver level. Say That five times fast and we'll. Wait. This is too funny. It's my dad had me do that last night. He said it was very very much like that. And it was like two lengthy words, and he said twelve times right. This is a little thing. Henry I am so freaking good at tongue twisters like you said I will do it and I will nail it occur. Watch messed up this time like a mortgage salivating now 'cause I'm nervous. But what was it liver levels? How many times? However many you want five oh five. Oh, no problem. Liberals Liberal levels liberal levels levels liberal levels levels. Yeah look, that was bad. Look, we all know there's I. You know this very well. I get such stagefright when I say that I'm you know what I mean? It's like the opposite of how like if your cars busted that you take it in? It's like it's working perfectly, or whatever like you're trying to back on the hill? I'm the opposite. Like my car. Is Her effect. The I go in for the little I. You know I only leave ten minutes for mine spectrum because I'm like this car is perfect and I get in there, and all of a sudden like you know. All the tires go flat. Sabotage tour which I don't know that. But it's. It's hard, not at this point, I'm sorry. Levels liver levels, liberals, liberal level level Dang. It will try very good. Then I believe you I'm stressed. I'm getting hot now. But anyhow. We had ultrasound done. and. It came back that her liver was actually fine. But she had a very small growth in her spleen. End. So pretty quickly. They recommended that. We should have the spleen removed because the two outcomes of that would either be the The AFC for the the growth would come back benign, and it wouldn't bother her or wouldn't affect her. Having her spleen removed, or it would come back malignant, and it would then by her much more time to have it removed and so. Yesterday Tuesday. We had surgery, and thankfully it went well, and we will get. The biopsy results sometime next week. Apparently, it takes five business days at least. To get these results yeah. You should you sean to? My Dad does Lindley yeah well. What do you do next time next time? Maybe I mean he does. He doesn't live I. Don I doubt he's ever identified touch things in an animal spleen. Much Actually Know Med school so yeah. Cool Wall no from the relevant, but for next time I love to be like that is like a very Jewish. They'd be like. Oh, my my grandsons next door neighbors third cousin twice removed. Isn't is A. New Can fixture. Tires? But yes, so thankfully the surgery went well. She's sleeping soundly and and recovering so far doing very well, which is very nice, but it's. It's been quite a week Khloe stressful. Why are we honoring and you have so much Klingon? Yeah well. That was that was, so that's. You know one step in the right direction. So happy about that. and. Muscle sprain for. War seemingly nothing apparently. Both lie. I feel bad for neglecting the spleen mclamb very passionate about The appendix. So all my now, this is a good lesson because my blinders are so, I'm so focused on making sure people know the important of the appendix that I don't even know what the spleen does, but I've been told I'm pretty sure it's similar. Tyson probiotic I don't know. But y'all the appendix is important. And to think it isn't. Is First. World Privilege you. So. That I. It about that. I know you are. You're a passionate person with us now that's true. My appendi- when I had to go to the emergency room because they're like you're panics is busted and then it wasn't you. Know. Really wasn't that long ago I would like. We've talked a lot recently about my memory to. All about your memory, yeah! True I was GonNa say Yeah we talk Eliah. Considered we weirdly. The but I was like. Oh Gee. They did other tests the doctor. Did it. I don't actually. I don't even think that's why. I went to Dr I don't remember anyway, but I was like a while. I'm here by the way I got a big Ole. Really pay any pain right here in my little side again and then yeah, and then she pressed is. Out She that heard okay. And, then she yeah, she did a couple more things than she did. And she did like an ultrasound or something I think and then. And then she said Oh k, you gotta leave right now. Go the emergency room I, what the heck and then so wet! Weather for ninety thousand hours because America is broken in case, you haven't been keeping up with the Kardashians on that one Oreo. Anyway. I got distracted by genuinely got distracted by things about how much I hit. The crashes I forgot what I was saying. Yes, so we're there all day really terrible like literally eight hours honestly way better than. Other people are dealing with we went. Want to put doesn't matter so anyway. It was also criminals. It might have been Christmas I think it was I could do it and we were like. We don't care, but it's so sad all these so. Anyway. who into that Lady's personal information was very odd, but. Splitting. Did and the doctor was like Oh. Snap your appendix. Is GonNa you know? Is GonNA like a slug? A Middle School Science Fair in here is about to explode any second like those volcanoes. That's what I meant by that. And, they did another imaging, and they're like your dad's guy. And I said all right, but you know America shots and everything I then had to wait again for. Like an hour right as I know, it's really weird as I feel a lot better, all of a sudden, and I was like maybe like the relief of being or whatever. And then they're like all right. Let's GonNa you know practice you know, 'cause you know. If you gotTa, you gotta get that. Sucker out of there, you know Yeah, and I was very upset because again. I have great passion for the appendix. Shall you know I did not do this frivolously and so? I went and they were like It looks fine now. Very, weird, that's not really a thing, so they were like Oh. Yeah, all good. Like, does it even her like must does door I was like aw. Very Weird. Indeed and then actually my dad like it was probably gas. I said it was not gas gary. Like, I get it okay, but I don't eat dairy anything again. It just it was. It was very, but in one way. Gablers. That's good, yeah! Oh when you know why I was so mad. Because this was like this was a very soon like a couple of days after some milestone after my last knee surgery where I was like Ukiah and we were sitting there in the Er and I was like I'm like I'm not trying to be ungrateful for life and everything because I really am bombing. Be So annoyed if I. Like have to be like bedrest. Again after it. Why that was so tangential gentle especially, if you're the only one who doesn't remember me telling the story, and like everyone else listings like Mama God girl. We've been here except for the first time. 'cause you actually remember what happen. Will now now I know. Crazy. Henry Look. I was forced out because of my family lives in fear of me. You know sleepwalking. Joined the fire, department or something I don't really know what they're scared of but. But. Something like that but as They find. They basically forced me to Get so basically. The government has me now. Because now I got a matching A. whatever's. Apple, watch? Apple absolutely the white one. Yeah. I know, don't worry, I'M GONNA. I'm about to diy this band. Right up because my style just white. No, thank you though, but it looks great you Henry Dome for. Thank you? But Yeah! We'll say about that Oh. Yes, always call the settings, which now alert me whenever sums medically like weird with me and I'm like I do not need this extra stress in my day like three times a day. It's like. Are you still alive? We're not sure. Your heart is busted Bra and I'm like. I know watch, thank you goodnight good night! Well you know. Also you know I have a problem with authority. As you know I enjoy my stationary bike, whatever or or take the walkup? put down the hill. Quite freak, you know. I. Take Long Walks up and down my hill because that's where we're at right now, you know. WHAT DOES THE PHRASE I. Being conscious during conscientious during quarantine on now the virus Israel Standard you can exercise in your driveway. Hopefully you have driveway of not that I'm sorry I was insensitive but scoping. Because you know. Quarantine everything like that. And and my watch does this thing with the three circles I think everyone knows about those three circles. which like you exercise this much new? Move this much years using something like that. I'm like you know like I, said. I'm like I know I am I. Don't need year. Validation your confirmation. Okay? I know I'm petty like Dab I'm like yeah, watch him doing because I want to not because you're telling me to. You know tell them you. Watch it. I don't have a very good relationship so far, but. What can you do you know that's that's the way it goes I guess in now and then it's like you're almost there for like standing. been here. I'm standing what you're talking about a little wonky. Pang but Whatever but data on super sale so I don't feel quite so bad nice! While some best buy and they've been. They've been kind of good people so you. Still. Oh Salty, but. Right Right. Well! It'd be my wrap my wrap my like. No I wouldn't even be rapper. We all know that my spoken word. My stage name for spoken word would be salty, but. That's not bad actually. With one t! To this I. I'm salty, but but everyone knows that it's really salty, but. What you did. Okay, okay. Well, let people. Digest I'm Marie Ready. Quiz three TS. Obesity B. U. T. t 'cause on the Toyota for. Interpretation. you. You'd leave him thinking. Okay. Cool well with that said why I just talked a lot. Basically to try to make up for the thing that I forgot that I actually wanted to say limit. We made it up. You made up well. Thank you and it's great. It's great to see you Khloe. Great Greatest Henry Michelle. Your mother made my family lasagna and it was delicious. K. I. Know that wonderful, so thank you again. All Right Woven Zog Nah. You don't always does like she really likes making things for people like you now. It's like a thing that you can do to make. People feel better right, or whatever has like just take a whatever and every time. She does that the first thing she does when she brings it over. Because usually you know, she'll bring it here and then we'll go somewhere because I. You know I don't Cook so I. Ask her to do my goodwill for me, but. Stories like. This, she always makes me feel how heavy the thing she's! It took some strength dense. Yeah, yeah, she loves. Yeah, yes, but it was wonderful, so thank you again. All right well, let's let's trump in showing. You gotTA shirt actually. Making the LASAGNA. I'm sorry it was. A victim in the. In the. Cooking. All right well, let's let's get into our first review. Which is wasp network currently on that flicks and we do have clip, so we think we're trending. Do we have a clip We don't have a clip because it's in Spanish. Much English none of the clips online. Okay. Don't worry Henry out translate. Everybody? Yeah, it's. Your favorite moment. okay got it because I didn't understand this at all. Oh. You look like him. A movie star or I am a movie star He. Do you like it here. I like it. Here yes. I do I get married? Okay, that's literally. Yeah That's a great synopsis. Was that good? We'll. We'll find out I guess. Honestly, there's like low key there. They have no like there. What. She what she some stupid like. You know how it know what she's Ed She said some dumb about like. Do know how handsome you are or something like that. But like time out. Perfect I, forget. The line is way dumber than that. Though it's not that I was like this Goya's Maha. Yeah she. Oh, I think she's a do. Know your handsome like a movie star. That is what it was. That is what it was and I was like wait. Is He actually a movie star or not? She actually enacted like I still don't think us. Okay I think. The synopsis or excuse me. it's it's directed by Olivier Assayas and it stars Penelope. Cruz Edgar Ramirez Gael Garcia Bernal on Armus. Wagner Mora. That's about it now. A lot of people are famous, but just not here. To be there. Leonardos Bharatiya. He's famous Tony. Planner Julian Flynn. And many others. And the synopsis as Got Baby. The baby. Baby, then toddler. Her, that baby was so good, no, on God and the baby. chloe acted out the synopsis. Is the. Story of five Cuban. Not Going to match the story of five Cuban political prisoners who had been imprisoned by the United States since the late nineteen nineties on charges of espionage and murder. Spoiler. Yes. Come on I'M DEBBIE IF I want to be able to watch this movie. I'd be pissed right now. Whether. Well this one just recently premiered I think it had A. I saw a twenty nineteen movie, but it just got a Toronto. And I think Venice Ohka, but it just got put on to net flicks in the last week or two. And it is directed by the guy who did clouds of sales, Maria and personal shopper with Kristen Stewart, which I talked about with Jacob Number one on the Kristen Stewart show. And I've talked about because I. had that dream about it, yes. You, don't remember. I'M NOT GONNA go over it because I know for fact, I've talked I've I believe you? Well chloe you what she in cloud. Which one who's Christians in both? She was Yup Yup Juliet Panache. And She was in. Sills Maria Yeah, she was. And the guy and the guy from beast and Emma. That guy, the singer. Yeah. But, no, Khloe you. You had you'd I had not before. This came out on Netflix I had not heard about it now. But I think it seems like you have. Yes. My Google alert for Gael. Garcia Bernal was really Oh. Yeah true, you know. That is not I. Don't have that, but. You know I just don't know how to get Google. Work otherwise who could say but. Basically now. But Yes, I did know about it again I might be. One of my releases is. which could also be called a compulsion I, suppose depending on how you, you know if you're a glass, half full empty kind of person, but I love to watch trailers. Yes, you do just like and this was for sure one of them, and I think Youtube recommended this to me, which again makes sense like recommended the trailer because I watch a lot of like. Got Him so lame auto blob like net flicks. Content like there there's. No. You know if you like like I. Love Like I said Drinking Kaci Kaoh that little thing on Netflix I watch that and then you go down there, but anyway so. Yasha trail a while ago and I was sorry about all the lip smacking. Henry, and then then. Yeah? Yeah I think I used I think it's. I was looking forward to the story. Being told house like this is such a dynamic. Story very could be air interesting KO K-. Maybe we'll go Guantanamo. T goes out the things, and then I and of course as we know. I love. Found Garcia Bernal. He is a little ball of. Socially! Politically active joy, which is just amazing. Is Great Yeah I love him. I love his teeth. A less sounds whereby teeth. He's got high love. A good voice, well Oh com on everything about him is like so cute right, but like yeah, his teeth are super. Funky I love it. Did you have braces? We have yes I read you this and you did. We've been over this I'm so sorry Henry. But. Yeah braces or not. A who knows they're gonNA play this in some frigging some social workers gonNA, play this in. Ten years and be like you hear what she said because I. Think it. Is GonNa. Is GonNa take a lot for me to get. My kids braces like if it is absolutely medically necessary like I. Don't know if they'll turn to a pumpkin or something if I don't like fine nothing about is the the alternative. But is a lot 'cause. I like my imperfect teeth. You know and I like Robert Pattinson imperfect teeth and I like Gallagher house. Wild teeth. The grant. So with that being said, what did you think looks like he looks like? He looks like you know the kid from Giamatti who turned to wear wool. Yes. He looks if. Like if that kid. Just grew up to be his best happiest South Werewolf Self. I know he turns back on care. Osborne image for people you know. or they can google. Probably might be easy. What are we talking about waspishly at at work? And I like it I go. Ramirez see I don. I feel like I'm I'm selling on. We're so funny. He's so like this. Find Him so vanilla all the time, really very unfair, really uncharismatic. Yeah. You see that's how I feel to me now. This is the thing I feel like my Edgar. Ramirez is your Oscar Isaac. That's a good comparison because to me Oscar Isaac is Vanilla and I. Don't like him. I, not fair enough. But I want to know if I see Edgar Ramirez in a movie I'm not like here. We go of clad girls. You know but like. Yeah when me over, but spleen and take him out, yeah! anyways, continue continue. I mean that's basically it I like way. Deficit I like Dr, must we? tweak but I. Feel bad because I I can never remember on our Anna but I believe it's honor i. Don't don't don't. Think because I also thought I instinctually think it's Ana, but that makes me think it's Anna that I. Think it's ANA talking about. It's one of those situations are gonNA stick with ANA. But in, can you I can't change what you think. I. Mean You can't change what I think because nobody knows what it is including myself I'll show Ya, but anyway I like her lot. and I thought she was pretty goodness. I mean. Nobody, really had a lot to work with. In the first place, but also they didn't really do much with it like even penelope, Cruz. Who definitely had like the pulpy based role? Super Now. I think. Yeah, so but. That baby killed it. Henry tell me that taller was not good. I'm like worried. I'm worried got like a little Albert situation here. You took AP psychology, or what I I'm just I will. Never take any. Do they have them in orange. I never took him. But, they had them. I think. As I would thought. I. Know there was a girl. Who was Mary's Mary Blake best friend growing up who came to my school from or do? You might know. Where Different Ages how were we're not that far apart? Down AH but. Name on here, 'cause you know that's a low road, maybe not like we don't do it all the time, but subsequent but anyway. But. But yes, she went to Orange, came over to my school for like Spanish five or something like that. Yeah I I'm surprised they they did have AP classes at Orange But We don't know if they did know they did. I remember. Oh sure. Well. I had this setup. The FRIGGIN API are at Cedar Ridge. It didn't exist while I said are y'all, can you this and this teacher straight up? Just gave me this. Book thing I guess. Somebody gave more like here we go. This is the whole. If you WANNA literally, if you WANNA, make a curriculum, then you can take it. And like that sound really cool right, but it's not because it needs to coincide with all these. Oh my God yeah I was i. was just like get me get me Outta. Here I'm not going to get more involved at orange high school. I mean fair enough now it's how I felt he'd Also I acted not that way at all. I mean. I talked that talk by. Don't walk that walk because I was relatively involved in school. But. What are we talking about that? Great. Slowly sucked UK. For me. It was so I thought it was I didn't say so. I thought I I was to movies and I. Haven't I was. I was big fans of Sills Maria and personal shopper so i. I didn't know that he had this new film coming out and so I was interested in. It does seem like a weird. Departure for him. Yeah, but yeah. I thought it was an especially. He's French. FRY is yeah. What the heck are you doing talk about? You're talking about this I. Don't know. But yeah I thought it was an absolute mess I thought it spent so much time in this. Along was the first act first of all. I was long it was. God The slog I thought its indulged in these romance relationships that I could not care less about and had no impact on the outcome of the store. Al Jazeera I like it was compared to. The other films are they are very French in that. They're very calm and quiet, but the stories are so simple that you aren't really. Having to think about too many things going along, but in this there are so many plotlines. He was clearly trying to not be like. That's the thing. It wasn't like he was fitting. You know, which could have been cool. I guess if while executed like that story that true story narrative into the French Tyler, what I imagined kind of like off to the side, a little bit like a Luca Guadagnino Kinda thing. Kind of style that he's again I haven't seen those movies, but that's the VIBE, but like he was clearly trying to be like a was that movie with American American made. Yet yeah. And Yeah. I thought it was so. I thought it was so flat lined the entire time. I thought there was no no real. Suspense or drama that had any kind of dips like and downs it shocking. It just felt slap the whole the whole time, and again for the craft have no pension in this movie. Yeah, and for film like like clouds of Sills Maria. It's very narrative as well, but again it's so simple, and it's character driven where you're not thinking about that, but in this it's like. And also stylized right FIA. Like Catalogue Home Mecca and the thing, if I'm not mistaken, yeah. Yeah. Glossy yeah. But in this it's I could not figure out. What the connections war between characters I felt like. Quickly losing track of. Story Points and and also. The tone is so weird. Why is it? It's it's not. It's not really serious, and it's not like American made were at so kind of trashy and stylized. It's some. Weird middle ground. It's like literally. The tone is no shade, anyone. This is going to upset somebody. I'm sorry to you, but what's not? The tone is literally like. Someone. Who voted for Gary Johnson Right? That energy is honestly what this movie is to me. Yeah, and now the editing as well I mean that goes along with everything else, but like the editing so. Honestly, it was like watching. What am I on? Youtube videos editing all over the place. Lips everywhere can't make sense. Thank you. HOW'RE DARIA I? was like Henry Henry? You're watching. I'm kidding, but. It was it was so. Incoherent after awhile and just doll. On my very consistent in so many ways I I really it was a stinker. I mean. Can I go down the list? Really quickly, please. And I know I did I like to all the performances I thought Edgar Ramirez was pretty boring. Yeah I thought he was very. I thought he was the honestly, he was the one who is most interesting to me, but Who knows 'cause you come in with him and go out with him, but I thought he was. Just like him. I think he's I. Like him a lot I i. don't dislike them I just. Feel like every time. I want to love him, but I don't. Head. Mostly. That's what I'm trying to tell you. Or and what's your name Mia Wakowski? And it's so annoying because he's an all these movies that I. Really WanNa Watch. Cheers a new. Cia I WANNA, WanNa see that I wanNA check. That address could be gnarly for sure, and that I still haven't watched Damn Damsel. With I would steer clear. It's not it's not I saw it at Sunday clear. Yes, that is Ellsbury, obtuse, but thank you. But no I saw that at Sundance very underwhelming. Utah at Manchu. House the Patch Man oh. Oh, he's I mean they're both good in it. It's just the the direction especially is pretty weak that sucks. Have, you seen what's the movie was Baby Leo and Sharon Stone. With the Cowboy Cowboy movie with that. She give that we should give that rewatch. I bet it does not twelve. Oh, that is my guest, but find out your the whole thing about Sharon stone the jewel heist. Crazy. It's too funny. I love that and then also one thing with the editing. The ANA, Darma or Anna whatever whatever way you prefer it people out. There is the ARMA CMS to arm us, and the the movie star they they drop out like two thirds of the way in, and then I don't think they come back. They do not which is and. The ending for that storyline comes out of nowhere, and it has no at least from what I what I got not a real significant ending. She's like wait. I haven't seen these characters for thirty forty minutes. And that's the. There's so much wrong with this I don't know where to start like. Frankly I think we're talking about more superficial. problematic elements, but to me this is rooted in a you know like I've said like good stuff creates good stuff like good Lega. Yeah what's? Kokin mercy. What type of my brain? Gerald Lucy? Just mercy for instance like projects worth doing a kind of again it. Just shows right. And this movie I was so irritated the whole time because I was like. Oh! Did I misread clint eastwood directors. I mean it's like you're not wrong and. Truly. Not trying to be like when I said like he should stick with his on saying he was French into stick with to all now Zine phobic whatever, but the it's such. A. Disservice to. The the. The history of Cuba and the relationship with America, but more so just Cuban history that it is like shockingly upsetting like. Honestly it was. It felt like propaganda because it was like the this five spies were were made out to be like. Heroes basically like your. It's not the end the movie didn't even the movie didn't do a good job. Perhaps because of reality, the mood into a very good job of. Depicting them shut. Then, and also along with what we've been saying the motivations for people I could not tell you. It's like you can form a true story elements. Sure you can kinda piece things together, but within the vacuum of the movie completely. Nonsensical, I n messy and again. That's what I'm saying like. If it was done wrong because again, they're just was not care. Put into it like okay per. Perhaps. We have disagreement like of like. I don't. Everyone is in tied to their opinion is what I say now but like. Don't try to like. The like. Castro's bad bad man like. People and the thing that was like was saying they didn't even do a good job at A. It just feels like he didn't even bother to look into like I feel like if you asked him about Cuba, he won't be able to tell you very much. That's why I feel like. He just pick this book up like at the airport like okay. GonNa make a movie now like there's just no self aware like awareness at all. I was like how the heck is a Cuban person and a Venezuelan person in this movie, I do not respect that to be honest with you and I'm obviously who am I like you know I you know. Land the home of the free or something like that you got. A rocket dread flare glares. Amount of remember got transferred to Hillsborough schools in. Fifth Grade Right Henry right and we had like. How does she want your? There has like three songs of American songs every morning and I was like a out of this help Hillsborough Elementary. We did the pledge of allegiance, but other redid the pledge allegiance and like. like the rockets Ragu at another words, but anyway so where do those two and I was like? How did I end up in this fiery hell like we did not do that at Chapel Hill? Schools as make sense if you're not from this area I'm sorry this is all inside Nece, but you can picture like Chapel Hill like go. Carolina land of the. Land of the recycle home made from recyclable materials than than us an moved out the health brown I said what the? So like but yeah I I got so much as we know I was very mad for having to. Will I while I sat for the pledge allegiance Child. Sassy Child, and then that song now like. Loki triggered just because. I got in trouble for all that stuff, but. Yeah it was. It wasn't the notable one. Yeah, who who am I to talk about their experiences and their countries in their history and everything like that like I get it okay, but I was surprised that we were seeing A. I mean for okay first of all they did. Break Laws Okay and obviously. Them I'm chaotic. Good okay. I'm not a lawful person like okay. We know, but it. It's not like. We're GONNA. Talk about rosewater in a minute. Okay, there's a clear difference like there's just a clear difference. And like I, said there wasn't there wasn't a much harder, solar or anything in the movie, or at least you didn't come across. Which is the right? Everything's like you're saying can tell people's motivations, but they're really trying to force the idea that they were destroyed up heroes like at the end when they were like petition to get out of jail and John the slow like those you know the picture of the row, people and stuff like the Music Denver like an American. made it was. The, end pictures like the musicals like. Like it. Just Kinda fit was a lot more self aware I agree and. Shoot Oh. Yeah it! It has the. It takes on the Hollywood trope very tired trope of like. I think it's even maybe one of the tag lines where they say heroes, traders question mark. He has which of course. Which of course I never buy into Khloe. You know that's just not my deal. Either Henry we can tell okay we this should not be a question. The problem in this country is the whole like devil's advocate. No shut up. That's like if you had a movie about La- Gestapo. And put it on that poster. Heroes Retrievers, which say I wouldn't be surprised, but go. That's probably going to happen I like ice like that kind of thing like no, but it's. Holding like saving lives guess what that's is called. Domino. Affect your also killing a crap ton of people okay, don't give me that it's and for movie like this. It's I'm fine with the movie being character driven, but it's almost entirely plot driven tour. It's not commenting on the effect of the effect on the characters, nor the world itself and the impact of what they're doing. It's purely on like getting one plot point to another, and that's kind of the thing like I'm I'm truly not saying that we should have to have my. You know. It. It shouldn't have to like just mercy whatever right like the that movie happens to? Take the true event and project to the world. What I care about as. What should be cared about right? I'm not saying that absolutely what should have to happen, but you need to. If you're going to like I feel like this movie is like devil's advocate at best right, it's like the you need to actually give the full picture sure. They're saying. It was just crazy to me the way this movie was. Like you're talking about character driven plot driven whatever but. The the the literal like how small can road be to drive down like that's the plot here? You can't see anything around you. Add in all. Eight to be, but you don't see anything else at all. You Know Snow Street signs nothing Henry. That is not safe. Yeah, and and not to keep comparing it to American-made, but like with American made not only. Does it feel very over like that movie? You do or don't. I didn't even like it, but I appreciate that it was more totally. love it either, but it presents a character who you you immediately see. He's not the best guy. He's taking this money to do this, very. Pretty terrible things for the most part and very deceitful things. And it's Scorsese in that way where it's like presenting a bad character by it's like it's over the top. For obvious means like he obviously wants to be rich. Yeah, like this is a law more nuance, but none of it is addressed exactly yeah. Yeah. It was my cushy. If everyone in Cuba was mad at him for being a quote, unquote trader my toes. She okay, we even get a look at Cuba. Omar my word. I, yeah, I was. I was pretty need underwhelmed also also up to. Like you were saying it. It really is. The writing was also bad. Because yeah I was so confused. I was like I. Just really like out of it today like I do not. We know I have a control issues and everything, right? I was like. I do not like not understanding things. Okay, this was like the concept of gravity as a movie, but I wanna like I was like what except worse, because also, it was a just like. Perpetuated things that are against my values, ignores fact, but sure, but no I was I was with you. I was like am I missing something here I look. I'm not following what these people are talking about or why why we are in the story. Or why were there and the story at that moment like I? Don't I don't get what's gone before, nor do I get where we're building especially like the wedding and stuff. Kinda like what does. Nothing, also a really lacked yet as the director he again, I haven't seen his other stuff so I assumed they were creative and everything, but I guess I could be wrong. I mean they're very subdued, but it's like it's. It's coherent like it's not. It's very feels very consistent and very. Yeah thoughtful with this like. The music wasn't spent like things like this. They tend to have a lot of music that helps with divide because. A lot of people watching it were alive that time it might remember stuff like that, but also like for the wedding for instance I. was you know an I do not love this technique by any means, but I was just surprised. He knew in dabbling any like you know like. Little film camera like videography at the wedding or something like that like there was just Jeremy. zero creativity and nothing to make it feel more. Realist Dick Shred, you know one of my one of my headphones just stopped working. I can only hear you in my right ear, Khloe or gone death, one or the other. I definitely hope it's. One of those the former. You're and I hope you can. I'm glad you could recognize what one twenty. Maybe it's Kristen Stewart, brothers, ghost haunting you could be. Yeah. I think I was haunted this morning, but I don't like the word haunted. Maybe visited notified notified was very untreated. Yes yes Henry! It was very weird, but happens a lot, but I sound crazy. I know that, but also is true, so whatever so. I wasn't and if I was, I wouldn't have seen it. Yeah. Waiting if you're up there, you're going to have to try harder on. Honestly. I'm like waiting again because we're on the zoom thing I'm just waiting for like to seal a Kenmore. Bill Rhythm. Doors opening. Don't get me 'cause like that's. Perhaps. That's the thing I'm very cynical for somebody. As convinced lamb. But, anyway we suck clear garbage and. Look. I'm not trying to be like that. I am not claiming to be a moral compass by any stretch the imagination, except maybe a little bit because we know how I am, but. But. Some education on Cuba an on, Castro okay because. Doing and like the thing is like. Listen this is not. Is Not, a me versus them issue like a guess. What American government has always been sucky MC soccer sin to I've never said anything like. The American government has basically never been good, and it's always been super shady. No, I know I, know we are. We are a little bit. A little loss tastes the good life with FDR. Even that was definitely not ideal Hersi for marginalized peoples, but In any case, it's just so. It's not matter of that. It's more as a matter of you know. Actual people versus the ten worst slash. Most powerful people in the world would tap ins to encapsulate. Leaders of many countries, so it's not a thing about I'm not trying to be like Cuba Saux, but uh, Castro did not treat his people particularly well I'm glad that they were literacy programs Hashtag, still feeling the burn Hashtag. Nothing wrong with saying that Castro leader the literacy is good when people can read, okay, so agree you saw they learned Russian in Cuba, so so take that, but everything else is terrible and obviously Castro's terrible, so don't try to make this movie like Castro is not terrible because that is what they were doing and I said. What are you talking about? And like for instance okay to hear, this is another stop. This is actually this is a very good example. What I me as far as like choosing which pieces of a picture to show like I'm fine. If you did show the whole thing, the badness all around like great out freaking, take it okay, but the fact that they showed the violence with the bomb, the bombings and stuff. All about the yeah, by the Yes, I will call them. Liberators by the liberator side, and then non of the crazy amounts of violence in various ways by the Cuban government under Castro. Are you kidding me? It was savage. They don't know what do processes okay. Castro would. Knock knock knock if he's feeling general will knock on the door. He'll open it no shoe in the face. Okay, that's the. So that is that was a hundred semi bags promises movie. I can't believe nobody. stabbed. It was like this is eft. Okay, but also is also just a bad movie. 'cause there's no character I mean. I couldn't tell you anything about the characters now and the dialogue was bad to like it also now. There was no point any of it, okay. Nothing nothing honestly which again I'm happy about like consulting the badness like with sound, really bad but like. I. Probably Kinda relatable, but like when Mary I find out the two people from our high school, like engaged like getting married or something where like good them out of the pool like that's two two birds, one stone kind of thing to it out, and so that's view about this movie I'm just grateful that it also all around. and has gal I. Still Feel that way so so yeah. And they only ever address the resistance as terrorists only yeah and I'm just like. Only tone-deaf, only really only okay. Sure. Will. have. It's a IT'S A to. Highlight even say this. I give this. Did you see that? It'll dark, but it's just how I feel. Did. You see that lady who? Called the. Police on the woman and her two children, who were staying at the Hilton or a Hilton or something in North Carolina or like Williamson someplace. We've never heard of like. Yeah, somewhere in the state I wonder mmediately come to mind. Like. A like just came out like this morning whatever? Thing they were. She thought that she wasn't staying. There are everything. and. She was like I just I'm just GONNA. Call my manager like you can't put like what rumor U. N. and she let I'm not going to do. Remember like that's right man. Don't tell her we'll mirren got. But is that lady? Basically? This is Karen of a movie, okay? Yeah. Let's, let's move on. Let's let me say one more thing, please. Okay. You know I'm very sensitive and it makes me very is like located key character flaw various. It's GonNa leave me lonely except thank goodness. You're perfect Timorese. Totally lonely I was like. This. Why are you this movie? Because usually he's very. Conscientious and like I was very sad like you know he he, he produces documentaries about social injustices. Uh, and even as a film festival like whatever whatever right like it as a thing I'm like okay like. You know that kind. and. I was like why are you? Why are you doing this and then? I saw I watched a couple of things obviously, and I got basically nothing out of them except. Garcia Bernal kept being like. well, it's interesting because he was saying that it just sucks because I don't like. The editing was really bad and I'm not trying to be like. I'm not trying to be like a ago. Bachelorette or bachelor contest where he was like the editing made me look bad again. I'm not trying to that door, but like. Maybe. It was a little better on paper. I don't know and obviously he actually in that much of it like I don't But. Hey? Basically. He was saying that. NL Those complicated situation Blau which is true, but what intra what fascinated him was that they were charged with murdering stuff and like all the. Spies espionage and he thought he was like an interest- interesting like the view like that, even though basically they were passing notes kind of thing like they didn't. Do you typically think of like spies? Doing and stuff and I was like. K. Kay interesting makes you think, but maybe present that a lot better them sure. We'll let's let's move on. I'm not saying that blowing up hotels is ever a good strategy. Okay, I'm just saying maybe a rock and hard place if we don't take care of the. Just read any Martin Luther King Junior Quo K.. If you don't take care of people, then they're going to try to take care of themselves cave. You don't listen the got. Make sure that heard if you still not listening the Gallaudet. You. Okay. Well, let's let's go to a movie star. Guy was just the worst yeah. Literally the worst. Also last thing last thing I promise. The only. How about I think Alabama living, but like the I say okay. I'm pretty sure she said living so I know the deal with all these people I'm sure she says she said she was the only living main character in the movie was The, the person was her name. Martini. Margarita Margarita her last name was Margarita. I remember sorry. Margarita, there's a kid, my glass name Martini, I think. I told you that Baroness Margarita. Play by ended arm US. And she was very upset with the their portrayal in the movie she was like I'm not surprised literally. She's kind of amazing like yeah I'm not surprised. They chose to take that route and portray the situation like that guess what I had no idea he was leaving. And sorry. Stupid Watch look. It just told me to stand up. COM-! Almost. They're quiet so anyway, so. But she stand up a lot okay. Anyway I appreciate the I appreciate watches trying to get from a bomb Gucci Okay so anyway. But she was like yet. I'm not surprised. basically. Apparently. She found Atas first of all. When I found out, they were falling that book as I. Go Kay than is probably. GonNa be bad. Because apparently, she did not appreciate the book right and then. She. She was like yet. No I had no idea about basically anything that was going on, and also he left in the middle of the night I did not think that he was going on a trip like you straight up left also. They had a baby at that time. They loved that out. So that is rude. Kids I think plural like they had several, so they chose to leave out that which is weird just straight up. We're right like again. It's almost like they're trying to make his actions more excusable. You know what I mean. Like Edgar Ramirez is a hero for going back to his. Family, whatever right and then this guy's a less bad because he in avenue. Kids because what he did so anyway. And they also tried to make her like Vapid like the whole thing with the wedding and stuff which I did not appreciate at all. oh. You know what else I really didn't. We thought we were done. I also really didn't like when Penelope Cruz was working in the old person's home, and they nominate to make the only about that her having to. Clean out the. Elderly gentlemen soiled bed. And she like stepped leg like she couldn't deal with it. Oh, I'm sure much better than life. In Cuba under a dictator, I'm sure also like there's just so rude, it is like what is the point of that scene. Yeah, like what like if you can tell me I don't know because if I was in her position. Which you know I'm happy. I'm not and I understand that I've lived a very privileged life and I. Don't know what I would actually be like of course, but we've had some tough times. Okay, also I've seen. My mom has struggled a lot and worked very hard to lobbed option to literally. Like we've had. The power turned off like I'm not I'm not being a total like. Your your God Pumpkin Spice Latte over here like I know kind of the deal, okay? Not For one second would. My mother be so dramatic about. That kind of thing okay. especially like. Corona time I wasn't them, but you get your pillow some over your face. You take a deep breath. You get the job done, and you go out of the room. Okay, we all been there I work at a preschool. Do you know how much poop I'm around? And Baby poop is the worst po I'm not sure, but baby poop. Wow It is loud, and somehow as much of the baby so i. just didn't like that also unnecessary. I do not. I do not mind. Like the sexiness in Wolf of wall, Street, I was fine with because there are a lot of them. Okay, but the ones between Moravian Leonardo di Caprio said a lot without saying it about their role where their relationship was at in various parts like I really I those very good storytelling. But in this movie was just gratuitous and I was like. Hit telling like that was so irritating just like I said. It's good that everything about this one was bad like honestly great goodbye, but. Also apparently eight okay. This is the last say this was the thing I was gonna say was laughing outside. So this is properly at the end here. Don't worry. Apparently nobody from the movie, including arms, even tried to reach out to the real woman, which to me is a bit. Of. A bit bad. Like, why wouldn't you have that resource? Why wouldn't you know that is odd I do not like that I do not. That rose from the wrong way. Big. Time big time. Okay well. Let's even to check in. Your whole godawful life on display. You cool with that great. It sucks is also just so non linear the movie you just can't not under. Yeah. Which is fine. I probably hate it. The more I understand, the more hit probably so I'm good, yeah! Okay well, let's let's move on. Let's get to our MOJO RETRO ON. Jon Stewart's water. From two thousand fourteen and we do have a clip for this one, so take a listen. You're making a big mistake. I am a journalist. That's it nothing more Justin challenged is. As a spy trying to figure out why your country is so terrifying. The first thing to know about is that it does not even Americans in engines, a lot of things in common more than they. Were have in common with you. So, can you tell me why? Just generalists meadow with Americans by the. By. Thieves knowledge to show. It's a show, a comedy show stupid. is He's a comedian pretending to be by so? Can you tell me why American pretended to have chosen to interview you? And why would a real spy have a TV show? All right. Okay, well as we said, rosewater came out in two thousand fourteen, and is written and directed by John Steuer. It also stars Gael Garcia Bernal. And also Kim or go, she FDA Ronnie Claire Foy. Naseer Furry. How Luke Bill killing. Price had. I'm pray for that Dan, but you know obviously I. Don't do any research for this so. ME. Neither. and the his synopsis is Iranian. Canadian journalist. Mas Masire, Bahari. Is Detained by Iranian forces. Who brutally interrogate. Let me, start over those terrible Raymond Canadian journalist Masdar Bahari is detained by Iranian. Forces who brutally interrogate him under suspicion that he is a spy. Yeah well. Yeah. This was Jon Stewart Chal actual nece, not the prime debate. That was pretty good. Yeah. This is Jon Stewart Stab- you and as we said he did. He has a new movie out called irresistible, but this was his first film. Very close says they start. Yeah based off a true story which also was. Partly due to his or largely due to his. Daily show interview. He did with sky, or in involved with not not entirely because of, but I wouldn't say. I guess that's more of a connection. Basically. The Iranian Government Sean Opportunity. to? To. Alternative facts and had to do a John's the daily show. Yeah Crazy. We'll Khloe. I'm guessing you had seen this prior all Henry I saw this like a first day I guess. Lewis as others moved for the first time like. When it was because again I doubt this will surprise anyone but my family. Cares about. no-one they don't know more than. maybes Eighty Bernie's I, but then John Stewart. A hundred. We Love Jon Stewart like you today all his bugs. The thing is. I was telling my mom. If there's one voice I know, he's making movies, but if there's one voice, miss prominently. It's John Stewart. I are literally say that constant like like. and. I was I was watching Clips of his from the daily show this week and like. I JUST Can't express how much I miss. Having yet, he'll their. God, and also the sad thing is, they will do all these clips like there's a segment that I watched where it was called. Have we hit rock bottom and like compared to everything now it's like that was nothing which not say that stuff was bad, but like. It's crazy to see what a few years can also just like. You know whatever it's the truth. He had a segment called like tons of segments about a Joe, Biden, being inappropriate like physically inappropriate Reich with. Kids in also just like women, I mean it's not hard. There's videos and stuff but but that's the thing with John Stewart. is He called as he saw, and we don't have enough of that like I. Do not enjoy. Hating so many people like it is not a pastime Vermeille. I do not even like I do not like gossip did not enjoy. It truly makes me upset like. Like, but that's the thing about Jon. Stewart is he truly has. Such a strong moral compass doesn't even question it, and that's also why he was so funny. The smartest because I think. A, even a is one of my favorite I remember this from. I haven't in a while, but. I'm pretty sure that interview they. He did right after he got back basically from imprisonment they they're both like yeah. stupidity and hatred go really close together like. Stupid People Evil Evil and stupidity are very close together unlike that show true and he just like. We're just kinda missing that now. Who's he was one of those voices, and for real it, really for both sides, one of those voices of reason, and was no side. It'd be so the point there should be set. Nothing should be like a partisan or art exactly yeah. There's good. Another is not good, and if you don't call it out if you only call it out on the other side than there's no difference. and. He didn't like that which is. Pie and what while I do really appreciate and respect someone like Trevor Noah who's WHO's out here who who's doing the the daily show now it's still like. It's still going back and watching those clips. It's like it did wholly different ballgame like John. Oliver's for share next up like for your would. Share as far as Ziya like. Especially in the media like here on which is so sad, but like it makes sense like again I, trash them, August, I don't. Trash. I definitely don't trash. The media. I mean like a anything. COMCAST LIKE MSNBC AND CNN and Fox don't wrong, okay, Hey, don't get me wrong, but look. We should all know. That should not be the bar. We should all know that Fox. News is terrible. Like does not who we're talking to I doubt anyone who watches. Fox News listeners, okay like winnow right, but like MSNBC a big listenership there will. Shout out. But like? People. Told me I remind them of Sean Hannity, so one hundred percent low. Joe Low joke. If anything it probably took call Tucker Carlson also still joke, but. I hope but anyway. But yeah, like MSNBC's justice poisonous and like that's the thing. COMEDIANS. Tend to be the most reasonable people, it's unbelievable. Like like I share the only. Am I dad even use to like yet. We get all our news from comedy central so. You know they go by Trevor. Noah for sure like so sad because I think as you remember talking about my. Deep love for Comedians especially of the British variety that you know Playboys found conference at because it's like like mine. Sh is being real on everything especially in England. They're a lot more. Now they're confusing as represses. They are very open about says very confusing, but anyway, but Trevor Noah was one. He was in that mostly I'm looking for. In that. Circle for for the word I can think of like he was on a bunch of like what I lied you like. He's on all the pound. Sheldon south and I was like. The new. Show right now. It's like yes, but yes, it's true. He has disappointed me greatly as unfortunate. Hardman hodges definitely way more my deal than Trevor Noah, but also Hudson has not done anything wrong with it, but the only let down with. His new show is that obviously he talks about like big top like they're very important, but they're basically like. That's the cool history. Teacher Wise Haas on Manhattan Menasheh show as opposed to. Trevor knows like the news right so. It is definitely doesn't work as A. In our! They say it's like. Don't use Hossam in Hajra show as a meal replacement for. Trip, but yeah, the one that got me was during one of the Also as we all know, I hope everyone noses I. Don't stand anyone more than `Jabuka young white like he should. He should be the one doing the daily show, but thank you can night like. If if Tabuchi white rule, the world would be so happy, but. Not Dictatorship, but anyway. while they're saying who knows, but the one thing that and then we'll get on Henry. We didn't probably will be good for the podcast of you and I just have conversation like podcast. I get my tea. APP also it wouldn't make a difference. But. It's all together. am I coming off real wasp network plot over here maybe but But anyway the thing that really. Bothered me. Was Trevor Noah just like left the? Wrong taste like compared to Jon Stewart's voice with Trevor Noah's during the weather called commercial the. How doesn't on Youtube during the commercial breaks with the audience like there's a cute name for that, but I can't remember, but somebody asked Mike who he would vote for in the primary like if he could vote or know who he would vote is now to be fair. They should said primary, but he said they had like. If you could vote, who would you vote for in the election? And he was like who's ever against Donald Trump. has that some weak sauce could? This was so long ago like John would have been like. Bernie, which I'm not pulling out of my to she because you know fantasy, he is said that that who voted for some whatever but. Now, it's just the. But he's. Talking about the movie. I. I was I I saw around the time it came out I. Don't know. Exactly when but I was a fan of it, I again I was very sad that he stopped doing the daily show in made movies instead. But I it's a pretty interesting story employee there if there's one word that was in my mind. Timely well. Don't you love how timely the was you know? Center A. No it's it's it really. I. In so many ways it really speaks to so many ongoing issues and. It's. A very man, Shea. Please how well done it is and was like it's always been. Like I remember watching for the first time when I was. Little, but like I was quite little I. Guess especially competitors where I'm at now, you know. And it like your old Hamill Dri you know even by that's how old I am. I've died in. It's. Really live some. Lives here, but. I it's always affected me deeply kind of thing. You know what I mean. You're just Kinda. In awe or something like that. I just you know, put you in place, but this time I straight up had a which might be why I'm so mad right now straight up. Was it like put me in a panic attack when I was watching it like really really Dan I'm still probably in it just because it's so. Like as we've discussed the word Liza obnoxious, because these things are going on all around you issues different paying attention. Then they're not. They're like if you have that. Privilege but washing this who issues like Con? The reminder that did not need that like. America like where we live like law. The world is way worse, and it's not. It's not A. Way. It reminded us of why. It's important to stand in the fight and. dedicate our. Time and energy to what we believe in the goodness of the world, because the alternative is extremely real, ended up happening and can help anyone else. We don't help yourself so basically. Let's just make the whole wide. World Peace Call. Me Miss America. Please miss, universe whatever whichever one says world peace of them on Miss Congeniality. strongly. Sandra that'd be. Can you imagine? Me In the one of those. I would watch that show. If I infiltrate because you know, I'm very good at like. You'd be like Sasha Baron. Cohen exactly I genuinely could infiltrate very well. I can be I. Feel like putting energy into it. I can one hundred percent. Yeah! That'd be very libby every something. That would. That'd be a good show. That'd be good net Nelson Regional. I don't know. I don't know either. Time to think on it, but. No and Talking, about guild. Talent I haven't seen I people haven't seen that. I got yeah the warm with my eyebrows. Good. Young. I. The story is. I I liked it. First came out, but as you said it did have a bigger impact on rewatch. and. Gael Garcia Bernal and even his performance in. Wasp network. He's just very subdued a natural which I like. You Know He. He's not showy, and he has a very earnest way about him. which I really like and I think he, he carries the movie very well and I I think the other performances are quite good. Very easy for film. We've talked about before for film dealing most mostly with confinement to be really boring. Yeah, like it's very easy. For that to be executed poorly, but almost poorly I think John Wha like so over the top like obnoxiously top like yeah, yeah, but for the most part I think Jon Stewart tells the story very well and. As we think we talk about a lot, it's not. It's just presenting. Discussion like. And presenting important. Ideas and it's not a in your face didactic story. It's just it's presenting this very important very real story, and you take a lot from it. Yeah, and without without as we love chloe without doing very much, you know in terms of. Style that say that the film doesn't style, but. It's not injecting false. Exact doesn't need to you know. When you have enough conviction, you don't need to stand on a out. That's the thing the source materials obviously. Very. If you. If you or anyone else hasn't read the book I do, urge you do so. You have. Adam. Is Incredible home. If I can find out how. Give it to you, but I might give somebody else. That's the thing that's like you know how people are with pens. Worst I just keep will also work at Penn store some time, so people always committed like people did bomb pendrey. Give him a pet I get that. And people go to weird lengths to get their pens back. Honestly, they've pulled me some stories, but. I just I just give them away like candy like. Sorry. Doesn't cruel of May I, Apologize Henry. was that cruel? 'cause the story about the gum when he? Gave Gum. Any. Affection, but that did it registered. Henry. Walk just felt behind you. What I think! I was literally. No No, in terms of the direction, a few nitpicks do find watch it parts of the story before he gets imprisoned, I've ever. No I'm not saying I'm not I'm not hating on it I. Just I do find at times. The direction itself to be a bit wooden like I i. don't know. Like, some of the editing feels a bit. Stiff. which at times hurts the pacing a little bit I. Really well with the Like, it wasn't shaky Cam. Thank God I'm over that, but it did issue felt I. Feel I felt very hand-held. Yeah I I would agree. And also I don't I didn't really like the. Like the HASHTAG graphics. I didn't really like that all that much where? It's like doing the Hashtag Iran Hashtag tag that and it's like. Yeah I love that that's a bit film highway. Okay, that's fair enough I think now. It feels kind dated for sure, but if you think about when it was. Being made. which I feel like which and I know that I can be a little. You know I really can be a little a protective if I like something but. I hope that's what I'm doing, but like it was around the time of. You know Egypt and Ghaddafi and all that which was basically revolution by means of twitter, which was very impressive, that kind of thing and like we were saying the movie. Isn't over the top in any way, but like again like I talked about for way long probably at Nausea Mike Penelope Cruz They he he like jumped, knows where he stands and because of that. He, like okay. Yes, this is it so I feel like that's very apparent in this movie, right? Like about You know the the election stuff like that, but the reason I bring it up as I feel like he you know he isn't. Doing this. He do this film by any means in objective way, and not just because it had with his life right like. In a minor way, but definitely with his life right, but but he was doing for so how do I? Basically I feel like the Hashtag thing as kind of silly as it looked. I like this movie in a lot of ways kind of like A. Like a little like textbook moment. Like I feel like he was hey, guys. This is a very useful tool. which was something that I? Have kept me from getting an asthma attack during a watching with my. Honestly I was so anxious watching it but I was like yeah like. Like he kinda like yet, the reason that they fight too hard to keep things from the people is because once they have it. You can't take it away right. which is like a big thing and I didn't make that up. That's. A. Big thing So, so, that was definitely helpful to remember, and it was remind like the movie, the very hopeful movie and remind you that you know. This bad stuff you know. The ARC of time bends toward justice like you can't. You can't hold the people down K bum. So, they're allowed to reminders like that I think that was the idea with the Hashtag thing for sure, it genuinely didn't bother me, but I get like I. Get it for sure. And it's not at all a big deal. It's just like especially being his first movie it like he's trying a little too hard. You know, but again that's very small part of films of. Otherwise I I really like the. Both the relationship and the performance by the interrogation. God Very very very interesting and thought provoking and sympathetic as well. Yeah, I know realistic, which is the again what I love about him? Again, he ain't trying, but just, but it's just true so as they're in the movie like. End In the book to be fair like obviously, he's an amazing man to be so understanding in hopeful and. Carrying on with life into a beautiful way like he dispenses time trying to bring focus to the day after he. All the interviews got out. He was a was mirror tonight. That like he was like. There are still a lot of prison people for reasons that are Razi ridiculous because that's the other thing with the story like like stranger than fiction like is why old that he. but but also the thing was like obviously was because he was filming stuff. They didn't think he was a spy like a gay like that, too. But. Does about the interior, probably thought he was a spy. You know but yeah, they just again now I think that that's the whole idea is like stupidity evil like they like the whole. My favorite part of the movie was the conversation about the. The massage addiction I was going to bother. Yeah? Oh my God. How has just show the best, but also I liked it the movie. Could as part of. A really important part of resilient is like being able to. And and also like we say Communist really mechanism for allowing people to feel more because it's a little bit of a released like this movie. Of definitely afford you chances to be able to. Breathe without feeling guilty for it like that moment. You know what I mean, yeah. It does. Create a pretty interesting character conflict of him at a certain point, weighing the pros and cons of being like okay. Should I just go ahead and Mitt? To being a spy, what would that do as opposed to me sticking it out and continuing to deny which of course is is the truth and also like family like his. Father and his sister fell victim to the government because like because they. Believed in. A liberal democracy in you know basically just on right, so I'm sure that was in the. Way Did in the book about a lot like in the back of his mind and everything, too, so it's. Like. It's like okay, so. He talked about it, too in the book and stuff like if I remember correctly. He thought he was going to be in there. Like okay. I'll probably be in here like three or four days. Whatever mill me go, but. The the cognitive dissonance along with what you're saying values is also like the outcome is unknown like. Three or four days was like the usual for that kind of thing, which is still crazy, but like. You know whatever, but then also like literally. His family was torn apart by the similar actions. Yeah, I'm for values that he obviously does hold like. He just. Goes Yeah also one one interesting thing is I. Guess the interpret I. Don't know what to call it the. Interpretation of a different world where he the interrogator is asking him. Anton Chekhov NASA. Why an interest of years on facebook like its little, it's little. Things like little nuggets. If you will, it wasn't even that. Chekhov and he is like the Anton Chekhov the Blairite, and he was like Oh. Yeah, who's that and is like a Blairite News? Why are you yet? Which which? I think goes to. A man unlike the. On the. On Ah. There's like a micro and macro versions like the micro version. Is the sympathy aspect again which I appreciate them for putting in which is like this guy's obviously like has not really had a chance like he's. Like, he's stupid. Because of ignorant ignorance forced upon him, and then evil because of that ignorance like he doesn't know anything about the world you know, and then of course going through his stuff, and he's like pornography. Pornography Gio pornography like. It's like yeah, like obviously that's. That's instilled right. Not that makes it right by any means because everyone has. They've been gifted. Mind Body and soul of their own to like. Everyone has grow so i. don't give full. Full. I don't really I'm a little less than generous. In regards to that I, think usually, but One thing on that. That's it's both it works as both comedy. But also. Discussion is the very quick, but the were where you're talking about where they're saying. Is this porn etc, etc, and they he, they showed the rolling stone. It is magazine of making Fox is like is this? Is this pornography and goes. And it's. Like like a picture of almost like Nude Megan Fox on the cover of this mainstream magazine. It's like. You to interpret that in a way, it also shows his honesty like you really is a year but Yeah? It's a lot, but then on the like the that's like the micro version. Of the the interrogators micro version of The important of media and like. You know the lack. of it or the filtering of it causes ignorant towards thing. Can you know lead to? Yvonne Hatred and such, but then the macro level. Of course they're talking about the home. Movie really focuses on. You know they have very in a lot of the world, obviously like China and everything. CONTROLLED, if any Internet access him propaganda just like it's all filtered so I think it's. I liked the way that they showed that personal on the big level with like the shadow it stuff, and of course the end is very touching and poignant and simple intro, so yeah, just a overall I think very. Informative. Caring kind well. Put together, you know. eloquent movie. It's I think it's very well executed as far as I mean. Obviously, we all know that I. I Love! Garcia born also no hiding that you know and. Also at the weird thing about him I like he's such a good actually kind of my favorite actor I think about like he's so good because. He's so satellite and you can tell that like he feels it. Deepen his bones like he really does, and then it's so funny because. It goes with it. I think like the reason that I think he misstep being a part of Waft networking because he's like so. He'd like to pure for this world. I feel like he's too good. And then kind of like comes through in his personality, which is why he can feel so deeply, but why naturally he just kind of like like he's happy. He's just like very bubbly and for lack of a better word, which ended up I, like that that's how we is offering and then onscreen. He's like. Chill, which is I feel like the opposite of usual? And although she's not in the movie that much really like. For Ronnie. WHO's in patter? Sell good I really really like her. I actually just rewatch Patterson last night, and she's so good in it and I. She's a really great actress. Heels it the whole movie just lying. In the belly, everybody in the movie I feel like. Mandarin. I, love, of course I love the. I don't know if depiction or artistic licensure whatever the best way put a will like the father relationship is. Beautiful and there's live the ideas or imagery of what I personally really like 'cause. It's like what I find hopeful is like the generational Carmela Gets better step-by-step generating and he leaves the. Writing on the wall like. Things just. like it, 'cause. It's realistic like sometime like. like things do they do be sucking like. Noah Santer Butts. True But If you got? Love in your life that's beautiful, and if you stand for something like the two things you know. So. So Good I think it's all put together I love him. I Love Jon Stewart. Eighty. She's like crazy. To be a lot less eloquent. Just the whole deal is wild. Yeah, Oh my God with the heck. So Weird. Spy. Tripping but, again. But you know. Just. While, I'm happy. He got out, God. Me Too. All right we'll out of five. Four and a half. okay. I. okay so. Have you ever had like you like. My sister used to like a dry flowers a lot like in books. You know what I mean like. You, know what I mean. Yeah until I, even like when you see one of those when you open it like because against used to like doom books last like you open a book like Oh. There's a flower right and you're like weren't experiments because she disliked, left them in books. I guess you forgot about them because you know that's how she'd be surprised. And then for like a second that like factory thing where you can like smell what the flower smells like under. Yeah in its former state. You know like you remember like as if you see like like if she if feels like a arouse, this happened a lot more. Then you could first second like. You've got the smell. The roses was recalled the fragrance. Yeah Nice I like rosewater shoot. are a wallets. Let's let's go with it. But CAN I. It's beautiful filming everybody who watch it, but maybe not right now if you, if I remind you of you first of all. Wow, so you must be going you I'm sorry a little bit, but also May. Don't quite right now. Hold on! His little bff. Who was basically gone for the Iranian burning, and obviously he was GonNa win, and then he didn't and I said this is just too close to home for me right now. Don't ask me look at the exit polls versus the result they are. Why old especially like. The UN's Say That our, election. The primary election has been totally fraudulent, but guess what you're. The freaking country has the file of one. Oh my God. That's some dumb that some dumb. Khloe Mail in voting Oh dear Lord. Okay well, let's let's touch on some news. Attach it, so we can touch on the the passing of Coral Kosan. Legendary actor and comedian I love the Dick Van Dyke show with all my heart and soul. Yeah. He passed away in ninety eight cell sweetly. But I. I remember him from the oceans movies, the ocean's trilogy the park. Parkson Rattle. Hilarious role so he. He will be missed the alleged man. Also sending my love to Mel Brooks today. Today's probably are Fema Guy. Brooks thing. Yeah And then moving on we, also as we touched on, or as we talked about the Margot Robbie. is now attach. Margo Rally! You being a little local news reporter over here. she has been officially cast in the. UPCOMING FEMALE LEAD, A. A little bit and Tashkent. It is going to be. Scripted by the Bertram brace screenwriter cool yeah. And so this little report here from the Hollywood reporter. Okay, it says while plot details are being kept in Davy. Jones Locker Helmet the project in early development, really strong writing. Is Not, intended to be a spin off of the long running franchise that had Jack Sparrow and at Center bank off of the name. Yeah, but rather a wholly original story with new characters under the pirates moniker itself inspired by the long running attraction at Disneyland. Okay plot twist I've actually done that ride thing that one time I want to know. I've been there twice, but I when I went to when we went to visit alley in Disney world. We did the power of the Caribbean. That thing was not fun cannot make him Louis at now. They made five now the ride. which was I? Although the do all the movies came later after the ride? Wow! That's a big imagination. I'm sorry. I know Gorman a casting. But Gore blew everybody's money asking me. Yeah and then also in the report here it says the new project is said to be separate from the already announced reboot of the popular popular franchise straight. There are it looks like there's going to be to calm me. See One one possibly with checks sparrow at I, I don't know, but there will be one with Margot. Robbie in the lead and hey, I'm a big pirate head. I'll watch whatever they make so I you. I used to live off USA as a child the channel obviously also the country gets 'cause we have Medicaid, but in any case You Know How many times I saw, Orlando Bloom walk into that low jail. A Lot I saw the first bit a ton. And the two dudes who are like the comic relief, whatever the thing and I just got Mackenzie, whatever got so bored. I love the original trilogy. No. Guys in the same also okay. I will tell you I remember really rub me the wrong way. When he was on the island and they were again I'm sorry I know. I'm obnoxious. Okay, but goddesses if society fixes is on the wing, but I genuinely it really rubbed me the wrong way. They treated like a the indigenous peoples, or whatever as it were obviously a fictitious like the whole like the tribal makeup bothered me and then Holy Cannibal Angle. Thing bothered me, and the basket smells like the same for me. Cap and I I clicked I clicked away literally because Avia area. Come back when when when you start playing monk or something like that, but. Right. Now but yeah. So I'm sorry. Keep an eye out for that Kazan nuts. I mean that's okay. And then lastly there is a official reboot coming of teenage mutant Ninja Turtles. This is not going to be connected to the Michael. Bay Produced Making Fox starring films. It's going to be done by nickelodeon animation and it's going to be there I ever. CG theatrical production. And is going to be produced partly by Seth Rogan Evan. Goldberg who have of course worked on a countless number projects together like. This is the end you know an alert. Down? I have zero. I'm going to take Wino-. You're it'll take me not to name all the therefore them right. Donatello Leonardo. Michelangelo okay all the Christian ones and Rafael Yeah. Great. All the antisemitic painters we love Actually Leonardo, Kaplan. I'm calling Leonardo DiCaprio. That's right now. We, all Love Leonardo Da Vinci so no shave over there, but people think he was mark electric so jokes on you. An had astronaut are so eas real strong we the Strauss's. If he turned out to be a Jew, the Strauss's came right from him. I wouldn't surprise you would. Know. But. Well, I'm, not. No you say, please. I was just say I'm not I'm not a massive turtle head I have seen although we can do that. Shell helmet rule head. That's that's that's weird. Is that something I hear I hear turtle head. I. Hear People saying. that. Oh well. But yeah. I I have I have seen all the movies, but I never really. Was Big into them as a kid. I only saw them. finally or fun funny finally finally. When I was older, I missed out when I was younger to me A. Big Scooby Doo kid. I'm sure we've talked about this, but I was I. Love I was a big original Scooby Doo and a big gun to wing Alah. Gunda wing. Japanese. kind of transformers steel event. War is great okay. Also again cyberspace over here, so that's. And time. Warp trio so naturally. Yep Now I guess I guess it is being done by nickelodeon animation. Probably I'm here for Nickelodeon I, do not I never grew up on. Disney. Okay, but I'm. I'm here for Nickelodeon. I love fairly apparent. Jimmy Neutron? All that. Since. It is being done by them I. I'm sure the the typical are rated Raunchy -ness of Evan Goldberg in Seth. Rogan will not be there the work. That's the only I agree. I agree I like their yell. They might already to get night. Maybe I like their their Raunchier stuff, but I think this could be a really fun rugrats new. Avenue Down Love. Niccolo Nieto how's Little Gemma, DOT the. Wild thornberrys meet the RUGRATS. Yeah, while meet the rugrats in theater scratch and sniff. It was his forty, it scranton sniff. And we're the only ones in the theater. And I. Swear You thous one of the best experiences of my life. It was great memory. Hashtag real timberline. She not to fear hundred. They've always been empty. But there May. Yeah I. I don't doubt I could get into that if it was. I mean. I to be honest I don't think I would ever get into a bike. being good pills like like we say like classic. Classic Rogan Green Deal. JEMMA loved. Loved Ninja Turtles growing up like that was her role. She loved Ninja Turtles Yes. The only relation I have to the neutral side. Love is around Carbo. People put some some amazing person. Put Leica. Like a help wanted or whatever little posters on on What do you call those common ground? I'm so Buji. What do you call those? Yeah, the the things, the things the holes the whole. The whole wrong with me. Oh my God all the sewer. seward people put posters on them like they were the Ninja Turtles in Incas I love. I love seeing those. Yes I got though. It's great. All right well that that's about it for news so I guess we can move on. Get to our listener questions, so the film buds podcast at Dot Com where you reach us it. Also also facebook, twitter and Instagram at Film Buds, crews Ray us. Re rate the show if you haven't yet. Review, right stuff. We love to see that. At this one comes from Steve Close that's gone. Warren his name is Steven. He's close to us. While? Close is capitalized. Then he's really close. For. Maybe he's related Glenn. Be In close I think you mentioned that being being a movie? But, maybe he wants to keep. Asking like on Queer Eye, one of them happened to. He was very sweet. One of the guys on queer eye happened like one of the guys. They've one of the heroes as happened to be Oh shoot. Who Was it like? macy, Gray's brother or something I. Don't Miss You but thousand twist. While he Steve Close says. Dear film buds podcast. For years now something about streaming services either really puzzled me everybody. Via for many reasons. it's okay if you are also in the gray area here. But what in the heck is the difference between Hash? Not hashtag quote, unquote, popular movies and quote unquote, trending now movies in they seem the same and are often mixed up same choices, yes. Your thoughts okay well, many Steve's. Steve Close I'm I'm in the the. Jailhouse with you! Is that the? On that train? Would you say if you're in this? You're on the same boat and train. I like trains. I'm on the transportation. Certainly not something where transportation is impossible. So? It's definitely not Kale Yeah Yeah. All you could, you could be in the same jail cell together. Not Moving anywhere does not him. I. Don't think you need to be moving. You don't need to be mobile. Sambo. Okay. Well. I'm in that in that vehicle with you. I I see this. It really bugs me because we have as we as we talked about at the very beginning on Netflix. In particular, we have trending now and popular categories all of which. Have Pretty much the same thing as you said Steve Close and. Then, we also have the recently added. Yeah and the and the top ten, so but new releases there are often not new. That's that's the way the universe like very new. It's like okay say we had rosewater. Let's say rosewater was in the. They could put that in the new releases, but it's not a new release, so why not just put it in the recently added? Now that going which you also have, because sometimes, they're not even recently added. I have I have also been bothered by the Steve. Close we. What's what are they doing? Who is doing this? Who's WHO's choosing saying? I hate to. It's a disaster. That's a movie. Anyway. It's a disaster. Anyway I'm seeing it. What does it stand up again Oh my God. I mean fair enough, but. Anyway. What drives me crazy is a movie to. Anyway. Yeah. I'm blockbuster Dang anyway. Find all these names of movies I haven't seen, but that's just 'cause blockbuster so shout, but anyway There the I hate to be like that conspiracy theorist over here, but I really think it's just all advertising or or their algorithm sucks, but I don't think it does F. Beating their shape sucks. I'm betting on the Algorithm. If the Youtube Algorithm is still really bad, I could see Netflix being being that. Is the Youtube Algorithm bed? Oh Yeah. I'm being conspiracy theory over here again with the Youtube. Algorithm is totally conspiracy theory like they're just. Look art situation is better than Iran. I'll give you that, but still. Nobody in terms of what what pops up also yeah, I know but. Once crazy. I mean of course happy pride, no well whatever every month is pride month on the film mugs okay, if I may Henry. But I agree Thank goodness the screwing of Netflix or the lack of a proficiency gave us the gay icon. Who is the barbeque? So you can't be that mad. Was Funny, but it is extremely annoying Steve If. I May. anger you further. My biggest pet peeve. And I've said this. Before is one hundred percent when it recommenced. You things that you you have watched. You have not only watched them. You have thumbs up them. You've watched it. Don't recommend it to me again. Okay? This used to be by favorite thing as I've said about who. Who just has a special place in my heart from its original days when it was like also the criterion collection like we got like we were groundfloor, who? Not to Brag but not like it used to be so good and part of that was. You could see everything like it showed you like one dollar budget movies you know. A trillion dollar budget. Movies like. Everything and I've really found like a bag of Hammers, a great movie knowing her that Okay in day, break movie known that who thank you, but also now you're making your original Freakin teenage soap opera content I'm like. Can we not? Yeah, they're. They're partnered up with house and they do like blood house. He's. Going on. Look I love. That word that everyone always says in shows with workplace synergy. But enough. It's Netflix's. Get it together. That's all I can say I. Don't know what they're deals. Isn't it Netflix's Netflix the one with the funny summaries. I think so, or they used to. Yeah, because that was a job summary writer for Netflix. Yeah! They're fun, so those are funny, but I would rather have like you, said Steve Some variety say. Don't. Don't gaslight us like that. Agree one of the two. He specified new release trending now panned popular Gash. If we're GONNA, be serious about this is that trending now would be like. Popular within the last week versus. Popular with. Maybe goes by thumbs-ups. Regardless. Even care. Why do I look if something's in the top ten? I'm probably going to avoid it because they're so dumb shows like You know. The floor is lava. Yeah, what dog? Heck! I couldn't believe it I said guys. Why would you watch this when you can just is literally the one thing? Basically hopefully are not being. A. Thoughtful here, but like I like the vast majority of people can actually do that whilst in quarantine like just play like. Just. Like just play that game. I don't know why you're watching I mean I haven't seen it, but I'm assuming it's literally like a game show of that game. Yes like. Go out to Parker episode of the Office. Get inspired and do your own floor is lava. Okay? Your Grand Prize is. Getting to go sleep or something, but like that's a good. That's a good plan. I just don't win every night I'm probably. I wish I was less of a winter. That's a good point, but you're overachiever. But. I have so much crazy stuff to tell you actually, but not really not really not in not in practice. Just like if we're GONNA get all like. We'll save it for later. Asked me to tell you how narcolepsy released to the Torah next time next podcast. It's very interesting actually. I I can't wait. That's a little teaser for next week yes. Yes. But stupid and like a dating shit like. You know I'm. I'm surprised they haven't done like fear. Factor dating show yet like I. Feel like that we will they will. But like all the like. I hate that once. Steve! Look Buddy I'm with you the day. I'm hoping looking forward to. Is the day where the. Top Ten in the US. Shows are all shows. That I, WanNa Watch. Like thirteen or something, because that depends the to you, watch thirteenth, and your cleansed of all sin, so that's great. Steve. I apologize if that was a misconstrued as. slops! Yeah. Not Watch it, but you know. All right well well. Thanks so much of the e mail. Very Hind. Give me a favor. I would love if you gave us Steve's top ten on net. Okay. A lower placement. PAP Kenan Steve World. I hope it's all Florida lava. What's going on and what's going on and Steve? World? But the the foot again. The phone buds podcast g mail dot com is where he can. Reach Aceh. Up. Except it's actually h. you hit him up. As a new or just hit Henry Up. More specific whatever you, whatever you WanNa do that's fine. Whatever yeah, tomato tomato. What do you say potato is say usually, tomato or tomato potato whatever whatever works for you? All right well, let's enough with their picks of the week. I. Have a I have a little handful of things, Khloe. You WanNa, go, or shall I I should probably go either shallow. Slow as in I have remembered some of the things I forgot last time, but I've also watched new things some which I'm sure forgotten while, but the most interesting one I would say. As it were again like pride in everything, but also like the right way to go about things. So yes, I did watch all, of love, victor in like. One span basically like a couple of days love Victor. Is the Hulu produced spinoff? If yes been off, yes, been off the same university spinoff of Love Simon the. Movie version of of book by Becky Albertini. Stri Nick Robinson. As, we all now, so we love Nick Robinson even though he's quite confusing as an actor, but that's fine. He's got great hair so anyway. Thinking that one over, but Anyway so a love, victor is been off. I certainly did enjoy it for what it was. As definitely like you know. They're young adult books yet, but every now and then you know the world, be crazy. Okay I was like just GimMe Gimme some. Goodness here, okay so. She I watched it and I was very happy about it. Because as people rightfully pointed out when Love Simon came out like it's very like brought. You have the easiest version of this less than I. You know Easy Situation I. Guess like he was a very you my biggest thing. 'cause I guess. I'm a salty but. I hope that was episode I made that right? Yeah, okay, great trying to bring it back in May! Was that affair? Then here we are. In any case, like I. Hate like it really irritates me when it's like everyone is so rich that they can focus on their other stuff Never nod, they live in these huge. Bomb, math barrier Tang so and then also, of course he's like. Why then is parents are extremely? Understanding in liberal so on so forth kind of thing like all that stuff, right? And so this show is written and produced by the same to who did the movie and they basically like heard the feedback Were GonNA. Fix It okay, but better, but you know love Victor, so they didn't. They don't pretend like they didn't make love. Simon like Simon is a character in brand are both characters in this show which is very cool, but they're kind of. The deficit, which again is why called US been off, 'cause like it's all the same universe like it's the same school and everything whatever, but it's a cinematic exactly. That's the kind negate. Cinematic universities has great the the love. Cinematic, university you love? Yes Love is Love Cinematic Universe twenty twenty. Gosh I'm only laughing. Because the bar solo, guys like wishing big cited that. That now people who are in love get married like that's ridiculous. I mean I'm not mad at, but I'm not joyous over. It should just be the way it is duck. Which is kind of my thing with the TV show, so I really appreciate the wage done which addresses the flaws of what was supposed. Be Like A. A depiction of A hopeful story for like. that. Like coming of age I, guess more realistic one right so so like victim Simon literally have like a correspondent that was very creative. Workers like yellows, real easy for you, br like that kind of thing and Simon is a very good. Ally like it's a very good show. Don't tell of what we. Hunch again meadow 'cause they went back and kind of worked on their. Errors without being defensive, and without ignoring that like they didn't just like Redo it in a way that was more. Resonate with more people like and what's more realistic like they did. So I really admire them for doing for doing such a good job, and again, that isn't like the story line by any means, which is also very good. They just integrate. They dislike improved integrated what they needed to into their stories, or they're passionate about very well. Into, what is like acute while done? You know teen love whatever coming of age low show. Awesome. Cool. Will. I have a few really watches all burn through I. Did rewatch nineteen seventeen. As I- Khloe. You heard it on the show I, said I I want I've heard many times. I'm happy for you, but he. Said Henry, it's time. But I liked it even more this time around you latch at addicted Meister PM shoots the heck out of this thing. The! Heck out of it. Just. Like this look media. Are So. Many good yet is really beautifully done they're. Beautiful I love the the Dane. DEHAAN d'appel ganger grave. Yeah Great, great performance, and then I did rewatch. The Adventures of ten ten, which is on Amazon prime by Steven Spielberg, which I, still really like it's just very charming and fun I love I go up on him, but I have not washed a movie same with pattern it's. It's it's a lot of fun. It's a lot of fun. And then. Next before any of you jokesters say Oh, did you watch that with your unborn son? I didn't. I watched the the Davinci code extended, did not. I did I said Henry. You have time to kill. You're very fortunate to have that. Nothing less wasted. Suck movies permit. Yet, now I'm a big big average fan of these movies. Are All about two and a half. They're on other all at about two and a half three. It's really a movie for like normal flavor cake lovers honestly yeah, yeah, if you if you're a normal flavor guy or will only. Their their movies that are not very good any of them but I still I still like the new about. The two and a half. Who Tom Hale no, certainly not for the. None certainly not us, Dan what's his name? A Dan Dan Brown. For his sexual escapades. He's like He's like the version of Ian Fleming. Nobody asked. Nobody we'd sexual escapades like. Just him, being wild or actually doing back, read it. Now. I don't want to bad mouth like I don't want to bad mouth. Live your best life as long as you're not. You know a rapist who's running for President Ratner. Or Brett Ratner Bryan. Singer show yeah basically. Oh and also about that X. men discussion. We had I completely forgot about Simon Kimber directed the last movie. Sorry, listening I do not mean to. You. Did him dirty about? Anyhow. Let's hope he doesn't. He doesn't join that club, but now this first movie. It's already two and a half hours. The original the extended God knows why they had more. It's think I don't know. I haven't seen the, but I think it's Jesus. Say Right. Now, I'll take it. They are this one is? It's five. It's five minutes under three hours. Probably. The the longest film ever made I mean no, but along with the Goldfinch. But. No, it's. It's not amazing. Don't really like it all that much. It's bad for your brand. But as we've talked about many times before I love watch national treasure next time, okay? Honest to God. I love watching. Davinci Code Please Watch national treasure. Your mean though it has jumped way. McCain do. Through. But. as we've as I've Said I. Love Airport Bookstore novels I just love this this kind of book. And now the movies are not amazing. I have to say that part of one of them in Spanish on a bus once. But. Suffice to say I wasn't really paying attention. I don't speak Spanish the subtitles in Spanish. HAVE NO IDEA DUnno I have no idea. But now. New. For New, new releases. I watched the gentleman directed by Guy Ritchie. And if you have not checked out our Guy Ritchie bonus, show the film. Buds Band Camp Dot? com is where you can check that out we I am Jacob Number One talked about all Guy Ritchie movies leading up to this one, so check that out I'm glad you finally saw gentleman Henry Yeah as I mentioned. We're talking about the trailer. I was very hesitant. I was like this just looks like recycled guy. Ritchie. Yeah I was like I love Guy Ritchie like after King Arthur, which is of course, the best film ever I was like. Are you just going back to the same old stuff as I am a closet? Richie Guy I secretly love Guy Ritchie. As we now yeah, and I mean all see whatever he does I. It's just. I was worried at first, but as I was texting with Chloe, I thought it was one of the most entertaining fun long as I've seen done and. The script is so layered. The storytelling is so well done and. The cast like everybody. is fantastic. I think in. Very very good other than that. What's up? Say could be more diverse of course was yes yes, season for sure to be. Yeah? But Hugh Grant Amazing Walmart joins upside. Also Charlie Hunnam always. Charlie Hunnam. Yeah you really and one thing that I think I talked about on the The Guy Ritchie Show I love Guy Ritchie's. He'll cal. I find his movies so funny enough. Yeah. And so I I really enjoyed it. It's one of my favorites of the year so far just look I'm. Yeah. It does I'm sorry. I ever doubted you. Guys should be somewhere upper tension well. Like is very. It's very good and yeah. Yeah I really really like it. I really really do. A lot of fun and I think I. We talked about it at least in prime picks the week when I saw when it was in theaters, but There were a lot of articles about being anti Semitic as a very sensitive. I can tell you that I did not pick up. What the? PUTTING DOWN I? Actually found it much of the opposite. and. Then, lastly, I watched sonic the hedgehog any Schwa-. Yet which came out in maybe. Obsessive Bench but because of that I do know that came out on Valentine's Day. Yeah now I was never a I was used to be a big Gamer but sonic. The hedgehog was never on my my list, Jim Carey and however I. I enjoy video game at -tations I even though most of them are not great I still like he's a kind of seek them out of a soft spot. Okay, Detective Bukit you. What a film! this one I heard fairly good things. About good things is oh. Yes, no yes, I think the sequel Greenland. I'm I'm I'm not surprised in it and it did. Well at the box office as well, and I actually think that was not because of the kids and stuff right, but despite. Maybe, but I do not think because of the character controversy like I don't think that's. Why was successful? Yeah it. An I say it was truly awful. It was terrible. People have been loving. Now it's your mental shock this now to be fair. The only knowledge I have of it is because I watch basically every bench words. interview insane and he went to. My Mom's a high school also well. Below. That I've only heard really good things about it, so I'm kind of surprised people say. Amazing, See The thing is this movie is so inoffensive yeah, it's. Boring. Especially these days, no, but nobody knows it's so inoffensive in anything it tries to do. It takes no risks. It does nothing ambitious. The storytelling is so. Clear Shade and like I'm I'm down for Alec, PG Kids Movie. Like I'm not hating on it because it's like that but. But, no, I it's so. I tend to think those are the flame when they're good I think they have to be the best 'cause. They're funny without any of the laziness. Yeah, but it's so plain and lazy and just very tiresome after a while like. It. It feels lifeless end, yeah! Now Jim Carrey I love Jim Carey. And he he tries to add. Weirdness into the the story, but how hard he's trying to compensate for everything else makes it. Lesser than what it would be. Like, it's a, it's a detriment to his performance by how hard he's trying to make up for everything else, and so it was I. The pacing I like I paused it like thirty minutes, and I could not believe I was thirty minutes in. It felt like two and a half hours left network now. That does the same deal, but that was a long movie right now, but yeah, it was. It was really not good. But again all I've heard it. Hey, that's why I say. Don't just trust the media research because all I. I think it's great I've only watched interviews with the Star or stars of the movie, so I should should've known better. Yeah, and now if if you need a movie like for kids to watch and for them to enjoy that that'll be fine, but. Even. That is stretching I think. Yeah I now maybe harsh, but. I was like I was I was very. I was ready to love and I was like I was ready to come on here and say Khloe. I loved sonic decade. Yeah. It's the the next King Arthur. Hey, it could be willing. Wash it once. You've who could go from could go from the one point five up to a four and a half. I, don't. Know. I also will say like to me. I don't mean to business Be Mean to anyone obviously but to me like James. Marsden is. Like the king of lackluster like the poster boy of lackluster, but that's cold as ice. Oh, I'm sorry, but how I feel. Yeah. So yeah, it was. It was not good. And, but I was really excited to go win and enjoy it, but like I could not wait for it to be over. Tajik, oh! Yeah! Well any claiming never materialized way on now. You know. We got a lot while no, we don't. I'm very fortunate that I have some extra time at home and so i. m watching more TV wind doing other stuff but I. Went back know doing a lot of like looping back around has been good in some ways like I finished maniac, and so on so forth right, but so I went back and watched the series on working moms on net flicks. Which Catherine Reitman, and. Yes, so I didn't watch it originally, because like too crass for me, you know. I'm a as as much as I like A. Crazy things and don't mind anything like quote. Unquote stuff particularly, unlike is like a little too crash for me. I'm a delicate flowers like I, don't love like mean people. We've been over like me, but. Gemma watched all it's like. Have! So 'cause we're seems characters but yeah washed it. It is still crashed like it's very well done definitely worth a watch. Very well done I. I have a coworker who really likes it. I do is. And it definitely improves as it goes, which is always nice. It's not the you know. It tends to be the reverse, not pleasant, but Yeah. I gotTA plugging in a dear white people SALGA. Damages watched. Did all I think? She loved it. We're tatton about. It Wow. Cool. All right, we'll buy guess that about does it for the show. Khloe any anything else. You want to mention about anything. Stay cool at the stay kind. It's a hot one. Yeah I meant in every sense. They cool. Henry, you're the best. You're the best to fight everybody. Thanks again for the LASAGNA, silicon. Can't wait to have more when we wait to never be able to eat that because of basically all. You can live vicariously through me very creepy. Thousand Kimmy Schmidt. stress eating, but it was kimmy. She made comedian. Anyway, let's clever. But yeah, so now next week. Hamill pissed. I'm so mad that I saw Disney. Of course no longer offers their free trial because. In case you all didn't know I hit Disney with a passion. Why does nobody care that Walt Disney was a Nazi like nobody cares. Look it up. It's nobody cares anyway That's why why are you think all the which is big noses and crap like okay, thank you and goodnight, but anyway I'm so mad. They took away their. Try other subscription trial, or whatever so Kobo Piss. You Ain't surprised. They're literally the only ones who don't do it rude. So I'm going to have to find some very legal way to watch. More Henry Era Alley probably have A. I have it to. You can borrow one of ours. Disney will come after you. Thank you mean. I'd like to see try. Know, please don't don't I apologize. BSO Hamilton for next week and we'll figure out a good. Yeah. It's GONNA be a big one coming out on Disney plus this Friday or tomorrow July third Tamasha third. Oh Oh. Wow, it's your mama's. Well today's Wednesday. Studio Magic. I Okay I can't. Look no I honestly thought today was thirty so many times I don't like time travel I. Don't know how to do it. Heavy workday Mama. Yeah but yeah, we'll figure out a good secondary review to alongside that, but Hamilton for sure for next week and we we might train. See if available to get a friend on. But of course that is depends on scheduling and all that so. Hopefully so. Yeah, we'll Khloe I. Love seeing you. It's great to see I wish we could hang out in person but one day hat so sad. Can't wait to. Move Theater to complain about the same things together you know. I know right I can't wait to go see. What was that girl's name Regal? Was No. Okay, but it was. Julie Right clouds like of course was the Ester no. That no, it wasn't esther chat. And hopefully. We can talk to the guy about changing his favorite. From. The Holy Grail, something else more original, but ESTERS ASTOR'S COOL She's she's with. She's with. Well cool we. We hope Gosh. We hope you enjoyed the show. A four, hundred, ninety, six, thousand, eight, hundred, seventy, six, as much as waited. And we'll see you next time.

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Episode #83  Kim Seltzer & Brian Howie

The Date Podcast

1:22:28 hr | 2 years ago

Episode #83 Kim Seltzer & Brian Howie

"We know you love us. But the information on our podcast is provided for educational and entertainment purposes. Only I understand I'm both and L P C an element tea. However, this is not intended as a substitute for professional services of any kind. If you or anyone, you know needs professional help, please seek mental health services. Hey, this is Orrick Emma hosts of the day podcast were so excited to do a show you. Have to cool people here today. Brian howie. He was on with my life winter the two people cool people coming. And and Kim seltzer. I'll claim to be cool. Yeah. We need one more. It's not like here. My comment. I didn't hear your coming. Now, say it again my life. Wise. Oh, we lose the very wise. Mar woman. So we're going to talk to them about questions. And yeah, awful tips. Awful tips and dating tips and just physically we're Brian has been I think now everywhere everywhere, and we'll get to know Kim a little bit. And what she does. And she's yeah, you guys do. Emma. Yes. Where can you find us? You can find us an I tunes Google play Spotify because we're on Spotify now and wherever else you get your podcast, if this is your first time listening, please ab- scribes. So that our episodes just automatically get uploaded to your feed, and then leave us a review saying how funny and amazing. You think we are because we love validation. Are you worried about permission physical search new? All right. I'm more weird almost all men are words of affirmation. Well, mine's number two. That's number two. For me. You are words affirmation. Kosa? Most men are words ever mission. That makes sense. Yeah. So wildly insecure choir creatures to be petted. If we do you have any suggestions comments remarks about the show? You can Email us at Hello date podcast dot com. You can also find us on Instagram and Twitter at date podcast. Okay. So what do we have today? I have staff do you? Yeah. Let me start with the fact that I have to do my countdown up game of thrones. Okay. We have nineteen days left. Go. Oh, I should that is I don't and I won't and I'm out. Now, I'm one of those. It's over. It was so sheets. Too gloomy. It's not even well lit for me. It looks. They didn't have electricity back then or something. All right. It looks like it's glory. It's like when you watch Harry Potter movies. It's too gloomy. Get gloomier because they get the universe gets darker, and it does. But it's not bright enough for me despite all the violence guys. I think it's great to have a date cuddle and watch that show. It's like oh people do like with Rome as. The chicks like game with Ron's. They elected violence. Yes. I do love like I will go to war movies by myself sometime. Like, I love seeing people get killed in movies and TV shows you to do I love violent horror horror movies are good movie that they're good movies because you can take her hand. No. I don't like being scared ice cream the whole time. I don't like it's a waste of money, but like war movies and like game of thrones. Like when they're killing people. I'm like, yes, I'm here for who looks really like about die. I'm just curious. I I think there's something about like the people that survive and kind of like how they continue telling their story. And I also like how the war scenes are directed. So I love seeing that good sort by. I love a good like just a battle between like I think it's like the men like battling it out in the mud and the ruggedness like, yeah, it's a little turn on. We had like maybe you have a medieval time share with jousting. Do you have one of those? You go that. Okay. A good joust. Does it for you? They serve serve like Mead. Your hands. I love it. It's just chicken to get chicken 'tatoes. I always want to go. I've never found anybody who would go with Brian. There you go. Nice. You're going gonna play us out. I was like, no don't file. Works. What am I? It is related to what one of my things related to because I think we all know kit Harrington as John snow, right? So. I'm really sad. I'm not going to be able to see like play this role anymore. And so like he's been talking about doing his media. And so he said that like when he his last seen when he finally took off the cost to it was like really sad for him. And he's like felt like part of my skin was being taken away. And I was like oh my gosh. I'm gonna cry every episode. Well, savor every episode, Emma? Don't, you know, don't just want? What don't watch it straight through just like half. Have these only episode like we talked about. And then watch the next part now next week you're going to do that. With me, you're gonna watch half episode with me and then half so next week. It's yeah. Why not we have watching parties? There's rules to are watching parties. I heard these episodes are two hours long. They are. Yeah. We're watching Marty's. All right. Okay. In that text out at the party. And be like, hey, I have an idea. Let's watch half-and-half and see how they react. They come after you with pitchforks. Nope. No. There's a mutant. There's going to be any. I'm really not about that right now. It's anyways. So it's ending better. Sweet. I'm gonna keep talking about it even after it's over because I am who I am. So it is what it is. But let's talk about Peterson and cake. And so gosh, she's so hot on my gosh. I seems like a huge pain in the ass. I don't there's a you know, like you don't see her. She did the one rom com. What was the one? She did. Then we never really saw her again. Like she's been out of the loop for a long time considering how hot she is like we don't see much of her. And then suddenly we see her with Pete Davidson publicity stunt for her. She has a show or movie coming out or something, right? No. She needs to have a show or movie coming. I think she's pushy. Does put it together. I think this would have good. He's just going to be fifty. That brings up a point though. Like, I always say that Kevin Fetterlein can get any girl still because he has the Britney. On him. He has the Britney stank on him. He's got. Now. The Pete has the Guerande the front he can get any girl because of that it's like approval are silly like that it's like going to Harvard. Yeah. Yeah. Once you get that. Yeah. You can k- k fed could walk into a bar right now and girls would be like, oh my God. That's one though. This one though is he good looking to you here a little because you're a little young. But that generation of britney's not doesn't do it for you. Yeah. I love her. I follow her Instagram. And I always videos where do you stand on Taylor swift? I love her right? See all the guys who went out with Taylor swift. They can get any girl to first of all Taylor Lautner could have gotten anyone here wanted four. He was with her. So that the no she takes these. Oh, she put up. Are. You kidding me? In her. And she writes a song about you, your golden you can go with any girl. Then now because she hated Joe Jonas and Jonas didn't do it for me. I was always a Kevin Jonas girl. And then because Kevin Jonas got married. I like settled for Joe. And then Joe the only one not married. Yeah. He's the one that's engaged to Turner of. So they're all going to be married. Yeah. He's the last one. He's just engaged right now. All right. They're back together as just Jonas now. Oh, really? Yeah. They've realized Jonas. I love them so much joining me that I not so much about the Jonas. Brothers throwing Jonas brothers shirts. Royalty here. I mean, the family low success, right? Yeah. I don't know. I just know the date. Reasonably unreasonably hot women consider. Priyanka Chopra they're hot. She's generally regarded as like the most beautiful in the world and she's choosing him. Like, that's so. That settled for her. Yeah. It's weird. Maybe that's why it's a little. That's why it's a little like Tom Cruise. Penelope. Cruz are dependent Penelope Cruz, Tom Cruise for me where it's good for her career in America that she has like some younger American, dude. Penelope Cruz eight at Tom Cruise. Yeah. I don't remember that one was this. As. After Katie Holmes. No, maybe it was the book between the coal Kidman, Katie Holmes. Oh, yeah. They're like you wanna be famous in America date, Tom Cruise because she was really, and then she dated McConnell. Same thing. Like, it's like you need to date these men, and we'll put you in a movie, that's what how do you pronounce her name? No, not yours, Nick Jonas wife. Stuffy turner. No. Do you just rattle that you know, it Priyanka? Yeah. I went to pre-owned in high school. Okay. A went to high school with. Yeah. Okay. Well, that's an unfair advantage. Okay. Yeah. Very ten years older than him. Jealous. I'm always sceptical envious. I'm skeptical a lot of these rate fro Hollywood romances. So what about kid? You heard me. Listen to my podcast, you you heard my whole rant about the lady Gaga bread the Cooper thing, which I get because I don't like her. So I was annoyed the whole time with her. I was like, please. Can we like samba Atlanta gogga? Look, I'm tired of my main lady Gaga, can I quickly to Gaga story that are told Kim today, and she couldn't believe it. Dating this girl. I don't know. Ten years ago. Fifteen no ten years ago on Long Island. We had to give her younger high school brother arrived somewhere and his weird girlfriend. So we're in the car driving. And then this her brother, I forget his name and his girlfriend Stephanie, and we're driving them and they're like weird seeing songs, and they're just like the creepy. Nerdy kids. Mike, can we get rid of these two? She was lady Gaga. Lady gaga. Jeez. I remember when she was like on the hills and Elsie how. Yeah. She was featured artists and Elsie how to dress her and like half a safety pin outfit together. I remember that. Have a really good memory about gossip some people still care about the hills. Well, it's coming back. I know we're going to get the hiding Spencer on our podcast. Want to hear that one? But they're still together. Ten years now, that's true. They defeated. All odds defied off he stuck with her or see the way he could still get girls. Because he Spencer men, aren't like doesn't matter. She's hot. I say, he's a bad example. Now, knowing what we know. But I always used to say that the lowest level of celebrity who could still walk into any bar and take home at least two girls was Jared from subway. Now, you know what you know about it. But take that part away. I thought like five years ago at the height of Jared Jared could walk in any bar and two girls would leave with them because he was Jared from subway. I can see that. Yeah. Okay. Fine. I picked her on Zampa like Iraq. But I think I'm right on that. I think there's a level Spencer. There would be lying girls to date Spencer. There wouldn't be a line of guys to date Heidi. What do you be a minded it? Heidi sort not, really, okay? Yeah. She TV's kind of out there. Yeah. I mean, you can find somebody just like her who's not a mess. I don't understand when famous people drink other famous people like you could somebody who's not famous and calmer. Yeah. Like are you buying the J lo a rod stuff you buying it? We talked about it lost Pepito. Did you listen to our episode? No parent, I should've should've prepped. But, but I, you know, I hope so see I never trusted her whole thing. She's always been I she dated Diddy. Remember that? Yeah. Four that. Well, so that helped her career then when she started to seem a little old you'd always see here with one of those young dancers. And that was our Chris dad, right? And now she's with a rod as wealthier wealthier than her. Like, I don't trust her and them. There's something weird going on there. I really I think they. Swain to Mark Anthony was going to be successful. I really honestly did. Because I, you know, what did you think because I set this in those last show to is that from like Mark Anthony is a sex by con in the Latin American culture like, you know, he like people like women love Mark Anthony, like he's like, I don't think he's good looking. But they just like left us into -ality. They love how he sings dance. He's not gay. Now seems good just because he's central doesn't mean that he's gave no. Dances. Doesn't mean. He's thankfully. So wrong with that. I would like to seem gay that would be good style. Wow. I've heard the worst insult I ever get is when a gay guy goes, oh my God. You're so clearly straight, and I'm s- that's insulting. I get that a lot that just means you're on refined. Yeah. So I think he like Humber humbled her down because he was such a sex icon. And so she was six icon to the American culture. And but I feel like he was a much bigger thing that he was. And so I think that's why they're marriage was good for her. Because like he humbled her down in that way of like, yes. And I'm like a bigger star than you are and happened for a long time. But Houston of good track record to she's only four. She's the common denominator. I mean. Let's face it. Like, yeah. There's issues. Yeah. I mean as therapist we could probably dissect right? But we're not gonna do that. I think there's fingers too. Because like because we say, hi like what does face Consec? Oh. Came out and set that era's cheating on jaylo with his ex wife, and it's like all right? If they haven't been marriage like they have an open marriage like are you and their relationship with them? Like, what are you care? I don't care on you meant Jose Canseco. But yes free to answer right now. I don't care and Conceico though, it's the best thing he's done to get himself because you kinda have to trust Conceico. He's a crazy person. But he wrote the book was right like everything is turned now. Right. All your Texas Rangers down near we're all doing steroids. He was right about it. So. Everybody's like maybe he knows they I assume that J lo in rod have some their own freaky thing going on. God bless him. I guess works for them. So far. I hope it lasts. We'll see do you. Do you hope it? I hope it lasts thirty years. That's interesting together. Janus hot. I was waiting game. I guess. Yeah. I mean, I see a corpse come on. She's hot. Are you kidding me? She also played Selena's. Like, we can't like our? Yeah. I was watching. I was watching it. I flipped by what's her dance show called well, the dance. And they have three judges. They have three judges. There's one of Julia Derek huffing, some other guy the way they shoot and light her versus the other two judges on there. They might as well be invisible so dominates she has this like n Djelic lighting and all the stuff, and then the two guys are it's not an equal like American idol setup. I request some Djelic planning for the future place. Okay. Think that? I see it though, already know it's like remember when Barbara Walters was on the view headed different lens than the other. Should've Barbara Walters. They shoot Vanna white through a very specific like white looks exactly the same for the last twenty years. They have heard exactly the right distance. Exactly the right lighting. Exactly. They're like lens that America's like Vanna is frozen in time. And it's like sixty two. You know, she doesn't age. She does as but we never get a real you never get a real wheel of fortune. Thank you. Vanna white is not have you ever watched. We lafortune. Yes. She turns the that's almost very white might be one of the six most famous people hurl cook. That's unbelievable pet say they know how to shoot up. They know how to shoot Vanna. Yeah. So Vanna never changes. And I think that's why because you figure they would replace fan on they don't they replaced the Barker's beauties, but they don't replace Vanna replace the land. They just changed the lens. I think you know. That's a good thing. It's almost like when you go to the doctor and the clicking it over. Does this look, right. Yeah. That's that's van. So you never notice van aging. They just changed the lens smart. I wanna carry a light should be on on the online apps actually Vanna white lens. No because people do do that people want the honesty on the online on us. No one's honest on buddies, honest. Is that true? Are they less honest than they were when you met him in a bar. Are they less honest online? I think it's easier to lie online, but wh- unless you're eventually going to meet them or you're wasting your time. Anyway, so do some people really want to just lie critic and just have like a pen pal? A catfish thing like I don't understand that. I think a lot. But you haven't even catfish many not many few times, supposedly they always ask for money for noon iphone is that a thing. They're like they start with six hundred dollars like I would love to call you. But my phone's broken, and I can't and then they start with the six hundred and then they start with money for a plane ticket. I've never done that. I just got a different person on that first date totally where they better Maurer's. It's never amazing better ever better. It's it's it's yeah. It's never never good either. So you just kind of power through it. I kind of stay there and sit there and just can't continue. Because what's different about them? Their faith phase base, fitness. I mean, everything. Yeah. That's the thing. It is a big thing. But that's that's why. But we used to what we used to say you forget because we would meet people shit faced. And then when we went on the first date, it it was a different person. So that kind we did our own filter. We did our own fates. I went out with this girl once that I met on Halloween. I met her on Halloween in costumes, pumpkin, met your mother. A really hot Cruella DeVille. And then I went to pick her up for Dayton as oh, where's the wig? It's. Yes. Good friends state at this guy. He had this like mullet wag. And so it was funny because he was really personable anyways. Hopefully, talk to him talk to him talk to him. So I pushed them to like talk to each other. And then they exchanged numbers. And then I guess like two days later date later, they hung out and he was bald. And I was like. Worse the mullet because he had a mullet. And so when I saw his like, he he was not a good bald person. Good mullet person. He seems like an upgrade over a mullet. Yes, it was except I liked his head a lot better with hair was okay. Right. The guy who cares. Cares about that dice chances girls. Like wall highlight ball guys don't lie. Like, it's like like guys can't talk crap about like girls having like fake eyelashes and makeup because like sometimes guys will were hat the hat changes you so like that's the same shows. I'm bald right. I feel like your fulltime hat. You're offending or you're bald so ice switched left on any guy that all his pictures are hats because I'm like, you're lying to me, you're hiding something. And this is shading. I don't appreciate it. Wow. That's harsh. Yeah. If you ever had every picture, I think it's shady too, I left my dad. My dad, bald helix grail as a bald, man. And he like if you're had inter you're not owning who you are. Right. It's like it's like not smiling. And every picture something wrong with her smile. Maybe. I don't know. See I wouldn't trust people who whose main picture is them holding the phone selfie. You don't know anybody that will take a picture. No. But you're not even a stranger will hold your phone for you. I think that's I think that would be red flag. But you see how powerful impressions. Yes. We've talked about that too. Yeah. Yeah. And that's why they get them wrong. A lot of times it's wrong. But we make judgments in sumptious on our our attitude and also what they wear and then you make judgment call. So that's why it's really important to put the best version of yourself out there who's who makes the determination of what that is. I think you're or whoever that is it's the people don't know it science. It's in the brain this been studied. I also think that like if you know that you're putting your best foot forward like it comes out. And so then people do interpret it that way. But almost nobody puts their best foot forward because they don't know what it is not because they wouldn't people can't see themselves. That's that's their friends. Lied to them, especially the girlfriends. They don't want you to look that good. My friends. Do my friends are like super, supportive and Zora. Try to be we play long. What do you have do you have? Now, just just, you know, Dave, tavis cake and film and they're making out hard core anywhere anywhere. They don't care was it just a one offer. We caught them making out again mating out again where they were making out after a movie premiere and. Spectres of them. Oh, did you do? I was trying to remind. Since she like forty something. He's like twenty years older than twenty years older than him sushi's, and he's fragile. So I wouldn't go fucking with him like that. No pun like, I think that's not good for him either. Now, it's not, but it's his remount. And so part I think that part of him because he's friends with. Oh my gosh. What's his name who I love John Mullany friends with John Mullany? And I for me, I feel like John lane is good friends. Probably like, this is your rebound, bro. Maybe I think I think John Mullany sensible, and he would be like, what are you doing? Yeah. You know, he's a good friend to have you want to be friends with John Mullany? Because he seems like he's straight and married and everything, but he seems a little gay. Well, I mean he plays into that too. He's he knows he seems. So it seems like that's a good friend to have a straight guy who just has all the gay stuff that you need a friend. Could. I think I would want that to go. Yeah. Is that one? I'm joking. Ok on that note. Do you think is everybody Kate Beckett? Sales still does it for you. He's still doesn't. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I'll watch. What's what's what's that? She was in with the vampires. Oh my gosh. Oh, remember, the shape and all that. She was awesome. What was it to? We don't even remember there's nobody here can name Kate beckon some movie, and she's very famous. That's amazing because we've been so. But there's no plastic Pearl Harbour Pearl. She's like a build person harbor, and that's like twenty. All right. All right, Emma. So yeah. Some guests today Kim in particular. We don't know her. He don't know. We don't know you you will where are you from? And do you have a lot of things in your bio here now? No. Start. All any. Why is this podcast because I really get along. Chicago, actually. Okay. Some amid last girl by heart. Yeah. And I had such a different. I don't know your story, actually. But I feel like we have similar see we have a long common. Yeah. I love making friends on this. Okay. So I was kinda led a very like normal. What I thought normal for a very long time. I even had a husband at that time. I had a dog. I had two kids. I saw the kids, but like I had the picket fence kind right? You know story. And I thought that was really my life might and we we'll pick up when we move to LA La Land where I live in Los Angeles. I was joking. That's we ended up doing what all the other people. Do we get a divorce and fifty one percent of the population? Yeah. So there I am trying to figure out what to do with my new life. And I didn't know I mean, first of all there was no way was going to be a therapist at that point. Because of anyone to come to me at that. Listen, you think you problems let me go on the couch? I like it. And then I really like I was in a bad place to be honest. I very very dark dark place and my clothes pretty much matched. Right. Was I hadn't oversized clothes? I had the berkinstocks even have been nursing bras, still like it's not pregnant longer like longtime. But it just shows you how stuck I was and. Just as I was ready to just kind of go back to bed and mind, you I have lots of friends and support. I'd take a therapist. I thought I knew better, right? I could get over. I think there's that misconception to therapists and counselors professionals that were supposed to know better. And it's like no can if I'm if I'm in my depressed mode like you have to like walk through this with me. It was almost he worse because they knew so much. And so I was like analysis paralysis thing could not get out of my own way. So what does the girl do when she looks like crap and can't get out of her own way? And my closet looked like this. I kid you not this is where my hope business was born. I went shopping nice Aiko shopping good. I like I need to do something to feel better. So I go shopping, and I pull all the same clothes that I normally do black clothes and this woman, she's a personal shopper. And she was watching me. And she came to don't forget this. Moments. My I call my readdress moment hold up a red dress. And she said, ma'am, I've been watching you. And I think you should try on this. And it looked like three sizes too small, and I had lost a lot of weight. I didn't know that like I write see my body because so depressed, and so I'm like, that's really sweet of you. But that's so not my size. And that is so not my color. She's like Honey that is your size that is your color. Try it on like bam. Right. And so I tried on the dress. I turned around. I looked in the mirror. It was almost like a Cinderella moment. Like holy. Can. I swear on here yet. I cannot like that woman is right. Like, it was the first time I saw me. And so I bought that customer day. Brian. I often talk about costume confidence. Right. Like, truly I bought it as just a confidence booster and I walked out into the world. All these things started happening to me, literally. Like, I started noticing people noticing me. Yep. But then I started getting comfortable being noticed. I was hiding I was hiding just both in my mindset, and in the way that it was carrying myself. And so I realized there was a symbiotic relationship between the outer and the inner and that that is there's there's it's not superficial. Like what we portray in the outside is often. What we reflect the inside or there's incongruence, right? So yeah, I kinda like also was obsessed with that show. What not to wear and I like, okay. So I wanna do this. Like, this seems happier than. Just like, you know, talking to a bunch of sad people on the couch. So I got to figure out how to do makeovers. So I that's I started training with this image consultant in LA, and I did a correspondence course, over in the UK called style coaching, and it was like the perfect marriage of the coaching therapy and the styling, and I just started doing makeovers on friends and family, and I realized wow, like I can impact somebody in one shopping spree more than I did years and therapy. Why because I was putting people in action. I was viscerally having people feel things that were different than just talking about it or doing like cognitive therapy on people do Phoebe t. Yeah. Like, but you know, what? I mean, just sitting and talking it was active doing so if I'm a dude. Yeah. Single and I just needed like totally overhaul my wardrobe. You do that do also coached me on how to be confident. So that's kinda like so you're like queer eye like my little Tanny, France. Yes. Oh my God. It's like the best show. I love that kind of like the whole three of them a little bit like fun. Romo Jonathan and. Names. Obsessed with them. It's so funny. I like, I'm the style person tan. I'm also the coach K Kerama. Oh, right. And then I'm also well, isn't I don't do the I don't do the whole. I did closets for a while. But I don't do the closets any more. So it was kinda like who's the guy who doesn't is Asian and the home, Bobby? Yeah. I kind of did that. Okay. So, but then what I do is. I take people out I do these wing girl sessions. So I teach people had a flirt. Yeah. I teach people how to approach, but also be approached if you're a woman and also had a connect. And so I have this whole formula. I call the charisma quotient, which by the way is the name of my podcast. Ten. So I start listening to have you on for sure you guys. Do you guys? Yeah. And so there's kind of like three ingredients of my formula that I work with people. It's raising their style. I q which is your wardrobe your body language, helping people with the outer I start from the outside. So I work from the outside. Then rather the inside out because I think that sometimes yes, like you've said it it is a reflection of how we feel. And so like, if you just watch Krier, I like a lot of times these men or these women the moment that they'd put on these clothes or like. Oh, wow. And you'll see them just like their bottling, which is chain Backley. Exactly. And I see it all the time I climb, and it's it's amazing the shifts that people can make so that's why like to start there. And then I go in word, and that's the therapist, and I work on raising people's emotional intelligence, which is the second ingredient helping them manage identify feelings expressing themselves because I think that's a huge part of a traction and chemistry when people are built to do that. Right. And then the third is raising their social intelligence, and that's managing relationships. The pleading. So if I'm gonna flirt with Brian right now. Is this like my fantasy coming right? We fantasize but to guys sometime. See haman? Yeah. I've heard some girls do like. Yeah. Base usually guys like two girls. Yeah. I know. But that's more comment. I don't hear usually a lot of girls fantasize about to sometimes like with you or together between the. Anyway, really specific here. I wanna do all these things came with thrones. They've brother sister stuff, right? Oh that doesn't do. It does incentive for me. That's what the does. South. But. That kim. How do you flirt with somebody like how does? Okay. So this is what's really interesting about Florida. If you look at the definition of flirting it's to behave as though you are tracked someone without the serious intention of an outcome. Oh, which is so fascinating. Because that's why so many people don't flirt they get attached to the outcome. So they get in there had get the wrong impression. They don't wanna like if you're woman. You don't wanna I don't wanna man to me just for that. You know, there's a lot of things rejection. Rejection. Sure. Well, women too, by the way. That's what's so interesting is like we think we're so different. But like, we're not. And so how to flirt I teach people how to have their own flirting style because everyone's different, you know, like it's really about having a magnetic kind of personality that draws people to you being playful and like so many guys are thinking about the line rather than just connecting. Is that something that you because a lot of guys? Have to. The line allows them to play a character that they're more confident in because they're not confident in themselves. And that's fine. I'm okay with that. I'm like if you just need to have a pre rehearsed thing to hit that ball over the net. One more time till she's back. Good. It's better than a lot of like be fun and make her laugh. That's not that easy for everyone. I always say that that unique and is one of my tips to get out of the friend zone is by doing something intimate in her space. That isn't like if I went up to you, and I like a little eyelash right here. And I'm just very delicately. Did that? You're invading her space it's delicate and it's intimate. But it's also a friendly gesture, but suddenly you're cutting down a wall. Like that. And we've talked about this is that it you're using what's in front of you in the moment. You're not you know, like it feels like your present. What's what's hard is? When people have these fabricated lines, and it can almost come across like unauthenticated, creepy when you just like have these wrote, you know, I have a whole social engagement formula that I teach people going from like kind of these like Hetty conversations to more heartfelt personal ones that really can move conversation wings. Exactly more personal stories, and like sharing things that are more like intimate rather been still can be playful, but rather than just like, hey, how's the weather kind of thing? Women do like vulnerable guys, though, we were never taught that we're not aware of that men are shocked when they find that out. They like to know that that your aware of your greatest weakness in you're owning it that saves them a lot of walk. True and Zoric today though in our Bill. Oh, I have give who we didn't know we didn't know we're supposed to teach them. How did I? I express my feelings more take risks because when you talk to a woman at a bar, whatever guy, it's like, you know, you can get shut down really easily and could be embarrassing. I can just Denno all my friends would just start talking shit. It's also taught him like satement so like this emotions with that's really important. It feel upset when you do. This like are upset because. My ability coincided with my eyesight deteriorating which was a huge break because I'm able to hide behind glasses fulltime and that feel like protects me little bit. Oh, no never. I never take my glass, and these are just reading progressives. I don't need them all the time. I never take them off because I feel exposed. Yeah. Yeah. Who knew? All I know I tell people that like if you take my glasses off that's a big deal. Do the great love debate. Tomorrow without gland see to read to read the beginning. So if you do that come on well them, I might. Well, we'll be your Vanna white like the whole time during show. I don't I don't need them. I just wear them. Yeah. Be could be bona Paul with you on stage. Yes, we may take off our top. Do you ask your friends what you should wear this group of girlfriends and you trust them implicitly? Wow. Already have a is it is it on a mannequin? No. But it's hanging. Alrighty. Okay. So can what happens out flirting what's up with that? That's it. That's it. Anything can happen. Well, it's like what people are wanting always teach people to not worry about the outcome. You know, and not worry about what happens after it's more about going in on a date in a just social place and worrying about connecting. And being curious rather than what's next connect. What does that mean? Connecting like, actually we're connecting Ohka right sharing. Like, I just shared my story. Right. A personal story. And don't you feel like, you know, me a little bit more a little more connected than when I was just sitting here talking about celebrity stuff stats connection. Right. Like what we're feeling right now as we're sharing our vulnerabilities in our stories is a way think of connecting, you know. And so when I teach that formula, it's moving from fact-based commerce ation into ones that I teach storytelling. I, you know, I do a lot of things. That helps people be more playful and really like say what they think the best. The best example our kids like don't you have kids? All right. I don't have any. Like kids who are like four five years four. Okay. I love them because they don't have filters yet. What they up and say, hey, can I play like they don't look at somebody playing in the sandbox say, I should go up to him. Because maybe like, you know, they're busy, you know, they just high what are you doing? And so it's having that just like saying, what's on your mind and just sharing that and not worrying about the rejection, and the and all of that stuff, and it's practice. It's practice so much of it. That's so it was like a beautiful day. What Sunday, and so my niece, and I went to the park Sunday. And like waiting to go to my friend's house to hang out with the dog. And so we had a play eight setup for her right her and the dog, and so we were at the park, and you know, I'm there because she's four and almost like I like I like playing with this a lot of fun for me to suit or the imaginative play. And so all of a sudden, she's like, all right? I think I'm okay. And I was like what? Go make friend. I was like really so she's like my, and she introduce herself to play with me and the other gal, let's play it. And I was like oh my gosh. When did we lose that is because we think too much right had rejection happen or maybe we've had a negative experience. Then we develop these filters rioters that stops us. But really that's where we all started. So how do you teach charisma is that something that you can learn or who you are? No, do you know the research has been done. You know that no one is born with Chrismas. That's something that's taught. And so either people have learned it from their environment. You know that they grew up in maybe they had a role model. But like, I believe that the components of the style and your emotional intelligence in your social intelligence, art components of charisma, so it's raising kind of the bar and those areas so that people feel more confident, and here's how I define confidence. Because I feel like that's tied into charisma. It's about experience and exposure when pe- when you don't feel confident in an area, it's not because you're not a competent person. You've just laugh. Exposure in that area. So I always like to find where people are competent. Right. So it's like if you're confident at work. Well, how did you get there? You had to do it over and over and over again, and then you had a positive experience around that. So it's like if people aren't aren't feeling charismatic or confident and dating it's it's finding ways that they could practice doing that. And and sometimes that's why like to start with the outer. So like like, I'll give an example. Okay. There's a woman that I worked with and she was so not charismatic or competent. She had been divorced for like twenty five years. And by the time, she came to me, she was like she was so fed up. She's like I'll pay anything just to be out of my misery. I don't date. I just go to work all day, and I am miserable. So she didn't think she was charismatic. She didn't think she was sexy or pretty therefore no one else did because it all starts with that. That's the thing about everything is all starts. With how you feel about you. And that's why love building people up. So that they see they're beautiful sells really inside and out. So anyway, this woman she I saw when she came out here. How much she was giving her power. She kept apologizing for things like just the way she Kate it, but I started with the outside. I and because she just was dressing really like she was hiding kinda frumpy mom. I said look we're going to go into the store we're gonna get you some stuff, and we're gonna start here. And she's like, well, I have to tell you something. I said what's that? She's like I haven't looked in the mirror and twenty five hundred. She covered her mere at home so much so much body. Shame so much. So again, she was hiding from herself. Really, right. Right. So if I were to ask her, do you feel confident are charismatic. She was like, no. So I so we walk in tears rolling down her face looking at the mannequins. She's like, I don't know why. I'm here. I'm holding her hand said, look, I just want you to do me two things to two things. I want you to put on these boots. No, let me put on this leather jacket, and I want you to give me five seconds in that mayor just five and she twirls around, and she looks in the mirror and awesome. The tears are falling down again. But this time it was like tears of joy, and she says under her breath. I've never seen myself. So beautiful. Oh my God. I swear to God. From that moment on I created a monster. She was skipping through the store. She was trying closed with the with the door open her body shamed. It was like literally like a magic wand her. Her. And so we did a photo shoot. She saw herself in the photo. She couldn't believe how like awesome, she looked? She goes back home. She dates up a storm. And she gets herself a boyfriend. Oh how raid? Christmas. Because I think we I think as people subconsciously look for someone who's confident and charismatic because you have your lists. You don't ever think? Oh, I want this confident person. It's like it's back here the given right here. Always like I wanna go who's successful and hot on your list. None of those things like successful on hot have anything to do with confidence, or charisma. You you can it takes a while for the boys to grow up and grow into that and own it and do all that kind of stuff. A lot of women want the charismatic character right away or the kind all this stuff. Eight just takes a while. He was you that set that a lot of times like men grow up with bays ideas of like what women want, and so they'll go into the useless like careers and jobs because they're totally this is what success looks like then they're incredibly frustrated that does not manifest itself a bunch of hotties. Yeah. And they get resentful, and they feel entitled and they're like I was told if I was successful. And I got a good job the girls would like me, and it's not that straight line because that's it's like the external validation that they're looking for. It wasn't something that was filled within him and. Bats what this is all about what we're talking about the men here. All the time women say on paper. He's great on paper. So I better be great on paper. And then they're great on paper. And it doesn't really have any value beyond the paper. The thing is like I'm not a fan of of that lake. He's great on paper. Mike. Okay. Well, how is he impersonal because I direction women do spice. How many don't care about that the care about the on paper a little bit more enlightened there? You are. So Bryan you hear Dallas with us him. Yes. Great love debates going on win tomorrow tomorrow and Thursday. Thursday. Listeners. It's passed. It's passed a great show. I know, but I'm saying why the last. The last. Yep. Yeah. That's why that's why I'm here to do shows that the listeners can never see. But I think you also teach coffin to. That's what my future, but I certainly preach it. Yeah. I think everything's about confidence in communication, and you have to find out. What makes you confident what kind of environment makes you confident and try and work out from there until you get two point where you can be confident everywhere. Like a lot of people are confident in certain setting certain situations trying grow that wider versus just staying. That's my confident corner. And I'm gonna go over there takes awhile. I think I'm more confident now in my life because I care less about what people think of me or or with thank like, I I could not have done the great love debate eight years ago or ten years ago. Out of a little too angry out will have been a little bit. Like, I'm going to say this to manipulate in a way, I wouldn't have been as honest about it. And I think so it was I was at a point in my life where you're like. Okay. I need to own who I am. And what I like. And what I believe and all that kind of stuff, and that's really liberating when you can kinda let stuff go because I've been in Hollywood a time in that. You're sort of taught to be something that you're not are pretenders your fake, it till you make it or all these kind of things are positively reinforced by the the show business, and culture, and all those kind of things and the people I know who have found a lot of success at least recently have taken one step back and away from it. And like, I need to find my niche, and my strength, and then I will deal with show business when I need to and that sort of the way should do it, and they're like hookups at your show. You've you hung mashed. We don't match them. They matched themselves. But you'd be surprised at the simple act of congregating in communicating. How far can go just getting you know, couple of hundred people in a room and letting them realize because they walk in thinking, nobody feels the way I do. And they walk out thinking everybody feels the way I do. And that's really liberating empowering that oh, I'm in this with a lot other people if they're like me, they feel the same way. I wanna talk to them about it. And so that goes a long long way. But I think your show your format kind of breaks the ice because you go in there thinking that Brian's into the show, but you actually bring people out and have them speak. I think that the I just might dumpster as the questions in uh, the the audience drives the feeling and the contents way every cities different every shows different crowds different. And you kinda go that like we make them laugh because I think you can learn a lot through through laughing. And sort of looking at yourself in a certain way, that's me do that. Yeah. And you know, that that's really prove successful no matter where we go like we just got back from Asia. And I did a show which I seemed you listen to in like some shopping mall in Bangkok and people from like different, you know, we had like a an Asian Chinese couple, and we talked about like how they met and he was just as big of jackass any American guy and how ask her out, right? And where they went to. And he's like took her to McDonalds and pay like, the whole thing was just like, this is sort of a universal frustration and process and language that we all speak is you know, how to find love. Yeah. I think we're I think we're all the same. Like the matter. What culture and what what country? We like it we fear. It. We don't understand it. It's a it's getting on a moving train a lot of times. And that's kind of what I like about. No matter where I go. Oh, I could grab four people have this conversation. Yeah. And so are there any differences with the dating as far as Asia, or in the other countries you've been to they saying different things? Well, I think America we are so focused on what everybody else thinks whatever else is doing that. That. You know, we run up a lot of credit card debt in this country. Because we have that other countries. Don't have like our lifestyle is Americans that we think has nothing to do with dating actually has a lot to do with dating on it. It's that we are concerned about perception. And what people think and living certain way and impressing way that a lot of other cultures are a lot simpler, it's still guy girl or guy or girl and a lot of countries in. They're like, I just need to sort of figure out this this moment, and this person and all that kind of stuff that weird we're much, you know, worse here in a lot of ways. Again, I go to Australia, and they'll be like, you have no idea that suck here, and they're like complain to, but they actually have the most beautiful people on the earth Australia. Who science? I thought it was suites now. So because I went to a city abroad trip to us and it was like about sex therapy. Oh, yeah. Because I thought it was going to be one obviously didn't work out yet. But I remember that professor saying that scientifically, and she told me what it was. I can't remember what it was. Now, a stray Lee has the most like beautiful people on earth. But so back to the credit card facially therapist in the room. Like, why do we try to act like we're not that person? Or what do we what are we try to compensate? What do we do these different things or they're both? Well, because we were very concerned in this country though about everybody else. I don't know what you offer me. I'm a three I wanna shopping southlake this past week because I was like, hey, behold. Bad about myself. I'm gonna go shopping in southlake did make myself feel better. Well, I mean, this is kind of like what I I teach. Right. And here's the thing image. I mean, if you look at the definition, it's the way that we are perceived in that determines how people treat us, and that actually isn't anywhere in the world, but we just have different expectations in the different countries of what that is. So we have a perception that's congruent with what we see on social media. What we see in the movies? What you know? So like, we we have a frame of reference that we make a judgment call on people and who they are in the world. So it's just like we naturally do that. You know, it's something that, you know, even the animal kingdom, they judged by you know, the other like it's just it's like an eight in us. So it is true. Because we I've said before and I think when Shannon was on the show, we both said it to that we both wear our hair straight on dates like my hair will be tomorrow. I don't really wear my hair curly out in public because it's for me. It's like it's really difficult to like me. Containing control, but straight hair is easier. And I growing up the my guy friends who. Retrospectively? You guys are the worst wire was friends with you guys. And it was like your when you have straight hair. Well, I don't know if you've pretty with straight hair, but brings up a question of always wondered men pretty much cross the board agree that we like your hair down and flowing over how come on their wedding day. Women pull their hair up into some godawful looking thing that they would never wear. No, I wear my hair up a lot actually don't give me because of the heat. Now, it's not because at the I like there's days that I in the winter. I'll wear my hair up because I like how my face like as framed when I do a certain hairstyle like I watched out Naby. Watch down Abby hairstyles are put my hair up in a bun, and it's just for me. It's like. Then why not wear like that every day? If you think it looks better because I'm times like today. I didn't feel like doing a lot to it. All I did was put my curl stuff in my hair diffuse it a little bit. And also like all right. I'm good to go by Heron. We get we get the half asked hair here. I now we do how you wearing your hair tomorrow night. Curled straight. Put down women was never put it up the way they put it up on their wedding day. It's very strange. I know I agree with us. Like, you don't if you thought it looked better that way, you would wear it that way, you don't think like it's it's about versatility. And like a woman's hair as part of our competent. Yeah. Right. Like when we're having a good hair day, it's frigging day. And so it's more about us rather than it is about you. Sorry, but how we feel and so you guys enjoy that. So like when we feel sexier with our hair down. And like we carry ourselves a certain way. And this is what I teach. This is so fun to do. I do makeovers like helping women kind of own that of themselves, and they they have a different attitude in you you men over there. Enjoy it. I really really love my curly hair. Like, it's a loan love. I love it so much, and it's like, I get my haircut every few months, and I'm like, all right. We got a kite for the curls because I love my Colonel so much and. And actually Ryan one of my New Year's resolutions. Swear, my hair curly more often. But tomorrow can be a special day where I'm straighten it just for you. So in your face. So what are what are some tips for the guys out there that wanna just kinda improve their charisma or confidence or? I don't know. Most men need some help with dressing a lot of men let me just say. And so it's so I love doing man overs. Got it so much fun. You guys are awesome. I can I just tell you because you just wanna please. And you just wanna feel good. So. If we go shopping, you're about efficiency and affective nece. So if you know it's in and out in and out, and it's a festive like meaning like the girls like the way you look good. You're like I'm in I'll have three of those shirts. And let's go like a woman on my God. Like, it's like a five hour thing. You know? So I definitely teach men had address, you know, getting their kind of signature style. Most men. Make the mistake of wearing things too. Big. Good. Right. And I've had big is too big. Should it be just like forfeiting, maybe more form fit? Like, I don't like things touching my form. Talking. Sidebar Kim Kim picked out these shoes for me who are these shoes by John? Verve. Ada jumper betas. And and the distinctive feature of this is what these shoes. Shoelaces. So I wear these to my uncle's house. The other day in Baton Rouge, and I stopped by and he's a southern guy. And he's like, why don't you have any lace? Well, my these are actually fairly fashionable. And I've style picking them out. He goes out to the garage, and he brings back some he's like if you have trouble affording juillet says and he liked brought me these should work with your shoes. And I'm trying to be like, no Kim seltzer. No. If you don't understand these shoes function happens when you get a fancy stylish. Southern relatives. But it's really cute seeing guy like when I put them in new clothes how they come out of the dressing room. They're all I kind of puffed up the the cutest example, I made over this guy. He was a bodyguard was no Joe Hughes. I mean, he was a big guy. He was from the midwest. Like he had the t shirt and the baggy jeans, and he's like, I never get checked out by women and he had such low confidence. And he's like, I don't even know what it's like to say. Hi. So I couldn't start with just like going into a bar and like game, right? Like I had to have him feel it in his body. So we went we got him some John Vado's close. Now. Thank god. Like they were having an event so they had like some whiskey out because he was so nervous. So that helped that helped I'm not gonna lie. So he had some whisking, and we got him some great aphids, I and my website seltzer style dot com. You can see like all my before. And after he's one of them. And so he. He came out with a leather jacket and a little more form fitted clothes, and he started strutting, right and his body language shifted. I it was so cute. I got an Email from him like three weeks later. He's had Cam for the first time in my life. Women are noticing me love, and he started getting clicks on his pictures. And he started interacting like it started there. Right. And then you asked like, what are the other things? I do. I mean, it's it's really like helping people have conversation skills. Like, if a guy's really shy, you know, with them at the barn hitch at hitch at like, so so you say, hey, talked to this lady or talk to this. But it's more organic I'll like, I'm Sarah, diversion, Geno. Who too young? Are you too young? It's from the fifteen drink Kato, these militias know who that is. And it's Armel any else you guys don't the classics. I know a lot hiding in a Bush, and that's what I wanted to say, the friend. That's my Cyrano you do. Yeah. It's good to have. But like I don't hide in him. So cool. I'm just like with them. And we just help them get comfortable in social settings. And you know, how to move conversation and work with his body language. Just I loved doing in person because I do phone coaching as well. And I do virtual makeovers and all that kind of stuff. But there's nothing like the real thing. There's like ten people to bar. You say, hey, yeah. To her. No, I teach him how to navigate a bar like there's actually like a whole process, you know, a lot of its positioning observing where the people are asking him. Where would he go? If I wasn't here. Where would he go kind of teaching them? How to do it? Just I to enter and then yes, I have him approach. I know we're out go in the corner Cam in my life. Yeah. We can go. We can't afford a flirt session perfect. Yeah. Although I think I think you know, how to. I just kind of her hair down and she's ready to go. That's pretty cool. So and you're also do speaking as well. I do I just picking over gush all these places all these appearances. So why what are what are you speak about? Just just the same thing in content. You know, what's interesting. I actually do a lot of speaking in the business world as like I've given workshops to Gina and like other companies like helping people with their present the power presentation and their image and how to achieve ROI with your image. And look at the end of the day. It's all the same thing. You know, what attracts people? It's it's same with your social confidence. It's about your charisma about your confidence. It's all of it. So yeah, we in the course of the great love debate. We have met just about every major person in the dating confidence coaching matchmaking possible every guru every wannabe every fair pissed Kim's the best by far. Oh, she cares. The most and she's the most capable and that is an interesting combination. She's our lead love expert at the great low debate for the second time. So somebody, you know, ask me, what should I do talk to them like? How do people to Kim by the way? How did we meet Facebook has you're doing a show? And I'm like what's that? Yeah. I think she reached out of bed and she eventually did a show six five six years ago in somewhere. And then I'm like she's better than everybody else. Because a lot of people get into it. A lot of people say like do you coach people to me? I'm like, no, I don't care enough about any person like on that level. You gotta win that level of the patients and do all that stuff. And then have sort of the practical tools that don't sound too. Clinical especially people with therapist background. They will lot of trouble speaking, you know, and she's just good. So I send people don't talk to me. Don't talk to that person. We'll talk to Kim more help you came could probably help my uncle by explaining why I don't have any shoe. They gotta bring me, you know. Yeah. So what other experts are there out there? I mean, they're they're mostly bad. Really most quote unquote, experts were sound real estate like a week ago, and they got bored of it. And like I'm gonna try being a life coach there's a lot of that like life coach in weekend. So, you know, very honest with him where it's like for me. So like, you know, I went to grad school, I have my degree and a master of science and marriage and family therapy. I have two licenses and so a lot of the life coaches that I've seen that come from my cohort in in grad school is because they can't pass the exam until like what's another way that I can do this and they go to life coaching. So for me like it was kind of always a cop out of if you're you're not good enough to be a professional counselor or marriage therapy that you're going to do life coach instead. So that's like my dentist. Right. Yeah. Well, I know because people ask me all the time like Mike Pence is awesome. I love her so much people have time. What is what is your qualification to even do great love debate? And I always flippantly say like, I'm in show business. So I I don't really, but beyond that is I'm curious. And I think curiosity drives everything if you are curious and natural. Curious and are willing to ask questions for a living all the time. That's a pretty good qualification to do just about any a good skill to have on a first date curiosity. It's awesome. What do you think of me? Yeah. That's a good curious question. Everything's. Be curious what other things one more thing? What do you think about me? What else get on the first date as far as questions? What do you typically tell your clients? Well, again, I'm not about can lines. But I have overall like kind of mindset, first of all I always tell people before they go on a date to have like a date prep plan. Everyone today Pro Plan. Yeah. Because a lot of people are coming from work, especially women who have like maybe jobs where they're like bad ass the masculine energy. Right. And then they go on the date with that energy. Or a lot of guys maybe are busying kind of had a stressful day, you know, so we say shake off the day and do something that gets you more in your body. More in your fun put on a different outfit. You know? So I always say at least one hour if in transition from your like worker, mommy cell or don't go out in your workout. Not. Yeah. And then and then go, so that's the kind of prep work. But then once you're on the date again, I'm not about the canned question. Questions, but I will say an Emo probably knows this because of our training. Never ask close ended quite great like worse where where you're forced to answer. Yes. Or no. And never asked or never say why? Now, use the word why I do say that. Why why why? Because it sounds accusatory because puts people on the defensive like, why are you doing this podcast versus shrimp? Right, right. Yeah. Why do you like what a lie? Not like it. We started podcast. Right one. Is it? Why are you asking me that? I just wanna know like what major decide that you thought. Like, hey, I'm gonna call my best friend up and say, let's talk about dating and relationships and people being single. Yeah. I say I thought if I could solve the puzzle. I would get the keys to the kingdom. And when I realized is that I know more than most. But two percent of what there is to know. It's a never ending thing. So I like to have passionate conversations. So do you guys? I think that's a good thing. And I think that's a good thing on dates to. And that's connection you're asking what the connect sharing stories are more passionate things. Yeah. What about some dating apps? You recommend reclines up on those you tell them to go on Lincoln linked. Lincoln's dating app. I haven't used it for that. Everything is dating anything where you can connect could potentially people like I don't want guys asking me on Facebook. Why in the best dating site is earth as you've heard me say that. But I see because of you I think because it allows her I mean, if if you really want to be serious about finding somebody getting e harmonies probably the best down. It's a lot of work. It's very detailed. But the people on their more serious status. We agree with that. They are definitely more serious about daddy. If you're just getting into the pool, I still think bubbles the best because it allows the women the protection of who's who is going to talk to me that the other ones don't, you know, the women do not like to be bombarded with a thousand. Oh my God. You're so hot. I don't know why they don't like that. I personally would love that. But they don't like that. They like the level of control that bumble provides. But it's whatever you're you're you need to know how to use. It you need to know how to move the conversation offline you need to not to do it. So it's really not about what app it's what you're doing on the app, except for plenty of fish as I always say, if you're plenty of fishy should be on Craigslist. It's not better terrible. On it for a day. And I was like Nope off there. I think the nose hinge has has has. Brandin itself. But again in certain cities, they've traction certain seasons on of people on it. So in Dallas, it's good coffee meets bagel people like that. It's not everywhere. Enzyme city. So Dow's has pretty much everything people. Whatever their re forming, but there's a lot of new apps trying it there's one app that allows you one a day. And so you bet you get a twenty four hours to make it work with this person. And you're get another one that's all too slow for people, but sort of forces it, so I think we're about ready for a new kind of apt to surface and. In a year that that will probably get to something but Kim has a philosophy on how to use apps or not use apps. I I talk about this all the time is that I believe that your dating portfolio should look like your financial portfolio. You have to diversifies much as possible. You can't put all your eggs in one basket like just do online dating and expect you know, all the stuff to happen because here's what I see in my clients. What shows up on your online dating usually shows up in your offline dating? Right. So like it's about moving conversations about flirting. How you connect. And when all you're doing is virtual dating your your muscle. Your social muscle getting atrophied. And so then people go on a date almost like robotic and doing the QNA and checking off the list like how they're doing online. And we're losing again that just like connection and warmth and storytelling. And so I put my. Clients on a dating regiment like literally like it's like a prescription, and I have a three prong approach to that. And so part of it does include doing the apps because I think it's a great way of getting volume and practice, but not putting so much intention into. Well, that's where I'm gonna find my one, you know. Right. You know, and then I put them on different ways that they can meet people out and about and then just organically. I have them practice going out by themselves talking to people I never really dated on apps because to be honest. I thought I had an unfair advantage. I think I know what they wanna hear. I thought I thought I could manipulate it like while I really thought I could manipulate it in a way that I didn't trust myself not to and so I didn't do that. Because I've for twenty years I've been hearing this stuff at the women like and don't like in various parts of my career. I'm like, I don't think that's fair. I'm my own Cyrano. Genius. I think I know too much the compliment your genius in K is he knows everything about dating. And that's where we want to get right? Because you know as rough out there it is. I think it's getting better though. I feel it we travel it is far better in twenty nineteen than twenty seventeen eighteen it's better not for entirely for good reason. I think that sort of ten percent of the men and ten percent of the women who were really angry or agitated they've dropped out. So you have like the as I said on my pockets, leaner, cut of love. It's like a people who are still in it or like, let's figure out a way to make this work. The actual part of the Bill curve that like count. Yeah. I think the people that are like we made it through this last two years. I'm they're hopeful. And they're better, and they're like, so you do feel the skies brightening a little bit. I see that when we were doing these shows certain places like New York at the height of the metoo anger. It was brutal like people women want. They've been some women have been itching for this fight for forty years and some women are like shut the fuck up. You're going to scare off the rest of the guys. And so the girl on girl crime got bad or whenever and that is changed since about September since right after the Brett cavenaugh stuff happened it changed. And I like our shows change the dialogue change the way. You see things change. It was almost like enough. We have to figure this out. And I think it's true. So I'm in a book club with a bunch of my therapist friends right in cal- fascinating liquor. Yeah. Okay. Heading me. Beat up group ever. Knows a lot of them. And he like hangs out with them like author girls. On them. I I've never been invited to the book club you've hung out with him before. Okay. Yeah. The bit to they want to show. I think. Yeah. I don't know Tom com. I mean, I am there. Yeah. Okay. A book we actually read the book. And so it's a non therapy to book on purpose? And so in my last book club meeting that I had I was telling them about how we were knew how to ask for me to be on the great love debate panel. And I was telling them about that story about how you said like during, you know, you're New York during like kind of the height of the metoo movement and how that conversation went. And so one of them goes, well, we are tired of having to explain herself cement all the time. And I just laugh and I'm like, yes. And like this is a conversation that we need to keep having. We all say like that men progress a little slower than women. So we just continue about about six months ago. The men became very clear on what you do. Not like we are less clear on what you do like because your less clear how what you do like. And so the men are just sort of let us know what you would like us to do and get back to us and the women need that you need have that conversation at the book club. Well, they're all taken except for me so days not over maybe tomorrow. We'll see we gotta go out girl. We will. Yeah. I'm not working on Thursday. So I can't say LA Wednesday. All right. We've talked a lot. Yes. We have. Yeah. Yeah. Budget as are here. This is fun. Yeah. Emma, Dabney takeaways or anything you like to say about the next few days. Oh, my gosh this week. I'm just I'm so happy that like we had a day off yesterday because we're not gonna have a day off earleir while it's just madness. I'm really happy about that. We get we got to slow down yesterday for a little bit. I think you would need slowdown. I'm just really happy that Brian's here. Kim. For brian. Smart. She is very wise. I'm really really happy Zoric dot lay on the six new windows. So thank you for that. Oh, no today. We had too much less. Yeah. It was bad. So I'm glad to here Kim. I learned a lot like I learned about the charisma with you and just like hot up. Sorry, make flirting like your own so yeah, just like those that are reminders are always so helpful. Yeah. And I think we forget that those little things make a big difference. Yes. And that and that's what I always tell people, you know, it can be overwhelming. If someone just tells you just be more confident oh. I knew how to do. But just I always say it's the small wins that add up to the bigger success. So start with like address start with saying, the I message start with you don't making eye contact when you're out give out of your head and just say Hello to that girl. You know, it's just like those little things. And when you have those successes with it, then it'll increase your confidence to keep going well with my clients right now. So I work with you know, Ellum entry school kids. And so a lot of times when I'm talking to parents. And like if they were to be counseling like what he want their goals to be of self confidence self esteem, and I'm like, so your child was self confidence. Like what what that looked like for you like what were your child? What is you're going to be doing the let's see that they're confident in themselves, and they have positive self esteem. And like that acquire like what I'm like? Yeah. If you're how how are you going to know when your child is confident because my version of confidence is very different from Europe. So like, I want to know what your child is going to. Specifically to that. So I know I love pushing my parents. It's a lot of Kim. Where can we find? You the easiest is to go to my website at seltzer style dot com. And then, of course, my podcast is charisma quotient, and that's on itunes, and all those other places. And then. Yeah, of course, social media all over. Yeah. So for having me. Thought you were here anywhere. Can we find you anywhere? Go to great love, debate dot com. You'll have our live tour schedule you'll see where to get our podcast. We all same places. You are you on iheartradio. Get on iheartradio. We submitted. You should. Well. All those all the places we have a lot of celebrities on our podcast. We have a lot of fun stuff on our podcast become to one of our live shows if you can find it we are traveling the world again in two thousand nineteen and they're really fun, and a lot of people get lucky and importantly, what I learned at this show watch game of thrones and cuddle her during the violent parts and eventually some clothes will come off. Ooh. Yeah. Yeah. And you're gonna go through all throughout the United States. Right. This year. We're going to lot of places. I last year. I was like, I'm not going any more places. We're later Lee going all over the place. We've watched shows on sale now, more and more. We're going we're hitting every corner of the country some places we've been a bunch times places. We've never been before going all over the world gone, Australia Tel-Aviv back to Bangkok. We're gonna wanna places I loved your short lived retirement. Yeah. I was Brett farve too. I'm in. I'm all the way. Now, I'm revived. Real quick Bryant my favorite. Is. So it's been SuperNet who we're going to have on soon. And gosh, what's his what's the other guys name? I'm blanking right now on. Yes. I agree. Fair care. But that's how that's on his name that was one of my favorite episodes. Yeah. Having like an all male. I was like very rarely. I'm starting to do more. I I'd rather have the girls around. That's just the way. I'm but the women and the men really feedback on when you have women want to hear what the men say. Because you don't hear it as much now, you know, you've been seeing cover of Cosmo for the last twenty years it's been exact same questions. Like is does he love you like all of you don't hear as much out of the men? So when I have those those are we got back on that one. Yeah. Oh, okay. I learned similar. Because so that's all we offer today. Take us away. Yes. You can send us comments questions remarks about the show at Hello. I take podcast com. And you can find us on Instagram and Twitter at date podcasts and going to be posting a few games soon for us a play on her Instagram stories sales good. But.

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No Business Like Showbusiness with Kahmal Sealey

"Diary of an Unemployed Actor"

56:41 min | 1 year ago

No Business Like Showbusiness with Kahmal Sealey

"Welcome to Diary of an unemployed actor with me off Dennis. N' each week. I speak with a becoming actors actresses and filmmakers about the entertainment industry. We discuss success failure and share a few tips to inspire. Those of you who have a passion for the creative arts today. I will be speaking with Kamal silly. He is a super enthusiastic actor and he has a nice list of credits timer named including film television and commercials and it was just really wonderful to talk to him because of that passion that he has for this profession and it'll definitely come through in the home recording that you'll be listening to here. We talked about kind of a little bit of how now in this age of social media. We need to be aware of what we're putting on line especially Thursday. Actors, we've probably you are probably assuming you probably heard of situations where somebody said something back in the eighties that's now considered offensive and they get trashed for it off in some interview or you know, somebody posted it on Twitter ten years ago something that was offencive not offensive then but it's offensive now and you really need to think about that stuff as how you're presenting yourself online and not just that in how you're the the roles that you're choosing and the stuff that you decide to do. He just has a lot of good advice for people that are looking to get into acting and making a career out of this filled we talk about auditioning a lot of stuff about auditioning. That's I think you super helpful to anyone listening that wants to get into the profession as well. So I'm not going to bash on in this intro. I think you'll really enjoy listening to this one. Come all was like I said super fun to talk to so sit back relax. Listen and enjoy dead. 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FM to get started does going where you where you working today. Yes, so I literally thought I had an addition and I had to shoot for like some comedy and that's some comedy sketch. He's so it was good. It was good. It was very very good you yeah and why it took self tape to do was funny actually cuz I got the got the self trip request and that was going over it and I was going to do it after cuz we were initially going to talk to him. And then when you messaged me I'm like sweet I can get this done now off cuz it was pretty easy one. I didn't have like, you know, two pages to memorize it was only a couple of lines and then they just wanted me to do some like action movies or something and I'm like, oh that's easy enough. Oh I so interested here off. It's like obviously you use this ahead but like to know the other actors get things and have to do it on a sort of skills almost easy to to forget that you're not just the only option. Well as other dog is doing this like like sometimes when I get things and has to be done a short scale and like who do they think I am, how can I turn this around in ten minutes sitting there but like no this is industry we live in but yeah, congratulations you've described especially in this time with this industry. I have now, I'm Victor 20-second didn't like a district receives regular I you just never know the only thing like and everybody who's isn't in any one who want to the only thing you can responsible for is you and your own input and this is coming from someone who is often the hardest person himself ever. I know people are hiding themselves a lot. I'm not saying you can't do it. You can do it anybody in pain like I'm learning myself. Now when you do an audition you've done it and it's done like and it sounds so rudimentary but everybody sits there and even if you put a second split second thought on Willet, no forget it. I've done the addition it's done back with my life because if you're thinking anything, other than that, you'll drive you crazy. But anyway, I don't know so it's so true. Absolutely like even if it's an in-person audition and you walk out of the room and you're like man, I should have done this better. I should have done that better and it doesn't matter, you know, you're not in the room that where you got to move on everything happens for a reason and that's my North Star like everything happens for a reason and and sometimes it's just not your time. Like it's just not your time and this industry up in front of the box, right? I did commercials for Axe Body Spray at the beginning of this year. I know it's full minute those for commercials for 4:30 a.m. The one minute one for now that we consider Exile and I've talking to him and all the English people got to Poland and they've got the three mini ones but one person the one main got the boy from Pope. So I'm gonna jump off and I was like, oh did the English world is not bring it. Like did you have to get like did you so bad you have to go to different country to get that time. He lets you said to me is what I never forget. He said the reason why we need him as opposed to an English person isn't to do with acting and we need him there forward to be racially ambiguous and no one in England was racing ambiguous. So I'm just saying that because logically and emotionally we get told things as actors all the time like walk out the addiction don't think about yada yada until they should do our best shot. But again anyone who listen I'm here to tell you that you can't go into a room and say I'm going to smash this unless they want to put it in the Latin American market and then did it like you just have to put it on the table and let go please people because if not, you'll be that be dead. Have your be there every day where everybody phone that's not that's not healthy. Yeah, absolutely. And the thing is like you could go in and nail it and still not get it cuz maybe somebody more famous came in wrong, or maybe you just don't have the right look in some way or the wrong color hair or you know, just some insignificant little thing or you know, they told you to read it one way and then you know three guys later comes in and they're like, you know what let's have this next guy read it this way and be like, oh, yeah. I like the way he did it even though, you know, they never told you to do that, you know picture picture this yeah. It's it is Netflix audition first-of-its-kind talk about this guy India for a musical performance in Eurovision. Please wait. If not, we don't find out. Had to go to a rehearsal my own Mark pulled up to the room was the name gold. I've never been there before what Nina Gold. Here's a Mike. Don't worry by pulling up my own Mike smash like they said in the cost and they want some looks like John Ludovic like a Eurovision congested. Did it smashed it waited by the phone didn't get a weather watch the movie. They got Jonathan so exactly what we see a bro, like sometimes it's not even do that sometimes in that because every director has got an idea of who they want these first start out your just the unknown name of that person. It's like I would lose me. Let's get a new movement. Sometimes they just get you can't do it happened. What was that additional? Like that was are you talking about your vision that Will Ferrell movie. Is that what you thought about? Yes. Okay. So I get majority majority commercial cost of it and Commercial castings you you can sometimes fall into their thinking like it's a herd mental. Like with a cattle and we're go in there and I've been in situations where the director it's like. You don't even like, you know, do you even like me like do you even like like you'll be on your phone or you'll be eating chips or and hope that down like you really don't want me here, but they do want you there. So when it comes to commercial Christine's different, but the Netflix one was fairly standard in the sense that it was the assistance of addition to you and they were cool the itv1 the series regular it would say what it is and I'm so like I promise you I'm least like to keep secrets but TV won they were the nicest people I've ever met in my life. Like it was a series regular off a bigger TV show just like a mouth in Leeds home and I think you find what the higher you get. The more chill is like literally when you pulled up there they were hostile lights so you get there Thursday. It was like you were once a month. I was like oral cameras sometimes so evangelized me any other actress and then we dropped on camera the camera rehearsal twice and then we film twice wage like interesting how bro is interest cuz I would have never expected that but obviously you could it's a series regular role. It's just a different level of investment. I mean they paid for my job that they did all this for me. So it's like no you're the one your prompt and your family so they really want you to to succeed so it is different but I've heard stories where my friends of the opposite it gets Penelope Cruz he was in the room and he was talking to some girl on his Riot. She basically told around and was like, oh, how about you? He's like, yeah. What role you reading for? She said I'm what we did for anything. It turns out she was a big boy agent the director of the thing when I say like big with agent. I mean in the room was repeated in gotten the younger Penelope Cruz like like time. What his yeah, and she basically said I'm not I'm here for rolled. The director called her agent Masala. We haven't got our offer Lucy. We just need her in the room because all the people who are people like in this industry are going to be there where pay you four hundred pounds just come there just to sit down and be a part of it. So that's the level that you're dealing with Mandy Star now Spotlight and then you're dealing with big wages and then a deal with that like just crazy are those additions different firm cuz I notice you've done a lot of commercial work and stuff are the commercial auditions cuz off my experience with commercial auditions. They they definitely feel like Cattle Calls of like, you know, let's just lining up kind of a thing. Is that kind of you get that as well. So my my eyes met online so mostly online is so cheap for me because I used to be social media. So my turn around and getting videos in for self tapes is very quickly like with online itself takes with commercials. It's yep. So online for a second smash-up self take like I better just make a mini commercial if I know what the commercials going to look like. I'll just make it but the commercial auditions. Yes, like so sorry. I'm sorry. If you're doing a self tape it for commercial. You try to make it look like the commercials that way you're saying basically and so I don't have an example but like there was a commercial for a big money and these showed an example what they want to do. Lots of just filled it. I just edit it because like someone else it's like, oh my God, that's amazing. And I was like, thanks. I was just like to edit side-by-side in a little effect. I just did like well, I can understand why it would be that because obviously we're not supposed to be able to do that. That was just go sing and dance I dance a monkey's and down the road but we've commercial was no I completed give you is is 11 of chemical and this is why probably being there every one probably being there. I stopped wanting to do them. Um, I just don't find the love in it. And I remember when I first started the industry my brake just Joshua Dennis. He's doing things. I like he's smashing it. He was the lead 402 in that a continuous story arc for his character Luca and everything managed to get thrown into eating get paid five thousand pounds and he was complaining about it. And I was like, how are you because I was new and I was like, I'm going to get rid of a bachelor's as a how dare you clean about that. Do you understand the blessing you've been given and he's like, no can understand that but I don't like going to commercials commercials on why would it be I want to be an actor and I don't know what you can do this and you can get the money. No understand u k but I want to be an actor and I didn't hear cuz I still young woman as I've grown older in this industry dead like the commercials are beautiful and they're fun and you meet people and everyone's on a good vibe, but it's not acting like you literally do a commercials are luck. Like there's no skill that goes into commercial. Looks like it's looks and it's luck. Of course. If you don't forget your friggin name, there may be but commercials are not what what we aspire to do as as Storyteller wage. And if you're not careful to say I made his I kept it in some stuff and get blacklisted. I know people like I said it bang guy because he blew up on commercials and became a residual Sylhet Bangkok. You can even get acting work because his name was like it shatters the news of the illusion of Cinema if you go in the room, I mean I learn about you but Lion King live action would be honest. It was void Allah into this. I noticed he knows every time you open your mouth. I'm like, let's say I was at the moment but ya know so but we think that's that broke. I've Got Friends and models actors. In my head the level of difficulty in this entertainment would probably be indoors singers. Actors in there. Says only because models at least if we as actors we go in the room we get the ability to make a break we get the ability to say, how how are you models don't even get that they go in the room and you walk and walk and you need like no talk like singers. It's different because actors you got compared action after objectively because it's objective and it's someone's own choice, but with a singer you need to hit the high seat. If you hit you see to 100% And they hit 85% you get the part there's no sense of how much is putting on a you hit. The high seat acting is a beautiful song. It's difficult. But at least we get the opportunity to imbue the role of our personality. Whereas modeling Dental Care like if you walk and you start or you just want to know he'll next month. Yeah. Yeah. Do you have the look? Yes. No. That is it? Yeah, that's me. I explained to me shaking my husband. Yeah, I agree. It's for anyone listening what he's dead. Waves and smiles in agreement. Yes. Yeah. There you go. So you're not doing any commercial work anymore? Will you still do it if you get like a an offer I'm going to mine for conventional oil change at this point in life, but that's the thing. Like I'm now seeing it. I've made a fitness which I'm going to free a class government to do what I want. And this is why I went I went to audition for the it think I was like, I'm just showing you my rendition. You judge me on anything because it's my take this is my character name is technically actually I know what they expect and I try to subvert the expectation which is what you shouldn't do but easily distinguished wrote them, but I will go to them but I just see it as affecting class or inability to just just do what like just have fun. Like this is a comedic role for the face of a brand and it's like improv. So for me like you're ever going to like me or not this like wow. Going to go in there. I'm going to they said someone of mass teeth audio audio description. Come on smells the camera. Does he have nice teeth the audience thinks? Yes, he does and off the commercial. It's just having fun man. Like if you get it you get it and it's the world window. I got it. I'm gonna get paid like, hey, let's get over here to Berlin that but then it's over and then you forget about and then took I need to get back to life. Like you spend the money. It's all gone. It's finished like it's not so I will go but I'm not I'm not I'm not I'm not happy if I get commercial. May I say it's not like, oh my God. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. But like when I got the first Netflix seen that was amazing like that was wow that to me is what it means to be an actor because it has bought a sense, right? Yes actors. We want to be actors and started to all my people out there hustling and working nine-to-five jobs and and do whatever you need to make it pop. I live in my nan. So I've got no response of any page. I can just make money and do I want but it's crazy because some people don't have that. So for me, it's long as I'm making enough money. I would in a nine-to-five it makes sense to me. So for now I got a situation as I have done commercial. I'm basically a video model. I'm not really an actor but whatever I'm getting paid doesn't matter whatever the semantics but then when I got the Netflix thing I was like, okay cool. So all I wanted in my life is somebody out there to be like, you know what game your face makes sense. I'm going to get shots and then they get it and I got another one. Okay cool. Then I I've never had a t. So for me to get a series regular role for young age would even opportunity to audition to a screen test. That was insane. So now my head instead of getting upset about it cuz I did I'm like, okay how many of actors have been involved in before I'm officially on the path to be an actor like I have been just suggest like this is what it means. So I know sometimes we don't want to hear it because I was like that some people Oh, but you appreciate the opportunity like I'm fifty-fifty between yes, I'm grateful. But the same time I also just want to roll like I don't need to have not back since I know but cable. It's a journey. Okay, that's amazing. You enjoy your journey. I thought well it is a level of it's just interesting man industry is so such a blessing and honestly, like I'm just in all of everybody who does because we're all statistically crazy because to put yourself through life to put yourself route rejection willingly and over and over and over again. Yeah over and over again looking at the mathematics knowing that you're not going to make it if you look at the maths do not going to make it. How beautiful is it that people are your I have to just give it up where gangstarr say, I'm from different where we are all gangsters. Yeah, no one caught a technical like wow actors are a true gift man. And don't let this whole nonsense about retrain reset upsetting because oh, yeah. So so you saw that I know you said because yeah the that whole thing that so anyone listening what they did here in the UK it was was it England or was it just London where they I think it was England, right? And they had this song have this like, yeah, uh, you know, yeah retrained for performers thing that they're basic basically what they're saying is hey actors quit complaining about not being able to do theater package. All the theaters are closed right now and won't you go and retrain and get yourself a real job is basically kind of the attitude of the government in the UK right now with complete no regard of like 1 a.m. How much money the city of London makes from theater eight people come here to to watch theater and the industry's around that just the restaurants people go to the bridge and they go to a show and in all the support around like there's so much money in that industry for them to do takeout, you know, just go retrain, you know, that's easy enough right people like I'm Angela. Yeah and annoying. This is funny. I don't get angry on stupidity. Like if someone was to tell me the sky screen, I'm not going to you'll never catch me know this guy's name that it's got to be nice blue and forget about textbooks know if it's green. Go ahead when I heard that I just laugh because I don't I have so little time for it. Like wow, this is what we need to stop doing that. So we need to stop taking the bait and it's and it's not even taking a baked in terms of like that in terms of sunsets. Anna me react to it. We just need to know what own worth and I see this month for two reasons one do not take a job that's underpaid because you'll get blacklisted from something else. And even though it's four hundred pound in your pocket specials, right? And what about when I bought a 2000 power job comes and you get confirmed and you can't do it cuz your Street Tap you feel the pain. Yeah. We also need to stop judging ourselves based upon other people's standards for our students and and just nod your head in your head phones or on the bus or whatever you want to say this year. Oh personally, you says I'm an actor stranger says, oh.. Have you been anything, I've seen number one question. Number one question now this actors because we're actually tell stories were very intuitive and got a high EQ emotional intelligence dead. We know that that's a make-or-break because what I'm going to say something spectacular I was in Netflix. So I was able to see and their eyes are going to laugh because in there. Oh my God bless the Saints all we're going to be something that they're going to be like, oh, you're an actor. That's that's a good topic, isn't it? That's a little on your head. Yeah good for you for you. Yeah, and this is coming from someone who's in the car with my art long time and she's up. Oh, she was just want to be a lawyer and I was like, you know what? I mean? I'm even trying to do that anymore. I'm trying to be a laptop. She looked at me in my face and I said verbatim. Oh, no, you don't have to go have to flip that back. Okay, because I'm not trying to put anybody on the roster but enough money for me to bail. I want to buy off this route description. Come out points to a lavish room room was courtesy of my own. Oh what happened the money? Okay, so as actors we log We can't take that baby. Have you been anything coming in have have you heard of anything? I've seen. I don't know. It depends what you watch. Yeah t not yet off by it. Yeah, don't let them dump in your life because because I've been there before being there and it's almost like your start screen. I haven't been using what am I going to say? No, I'm not home just be proud of where you are and understand that they don't understand the struggle like the beauty is in the struggle. Like we're in this way reason. We're in this because we love life like just because you haven't been in a in a keto roll because we haven't had our moment does it mean that we're not special like everybody is is as important as everybody else seems to go online mobile. It's it's it's it's a group effort as an example. So yeah, just I mean and you're doesn't mean you not a working actor, right? Because just because you're not the star key. And the next Marvel film doesn't mean you're not actually making a living as an actor, you know doing exactly roll here role there, you know commercial a TV series a Stage production like and it's entirely possible that you can work your entire life make a perfectly good living as an actor and stilled that person may have never seen because you know, you know, honestly thought the elimination between the delineation between that is an actor and a movie star that's where the mistake gets made went off the back of that. We need to know because it's like I get tilting same time and it's like, you know when you hear something and it makes sense, but you're just not trying to hear that right now. So this whole notion of like knowing your type like just certain people it sounds like it's there to limit your type of note. I'm versatile. I can pay that drug dealer a complete a doctor Noah. I'll be there woman a woman put me in a way. Yeah. My agent told me this and knows what a seed Kostner it to think I've got it was it was a Max act on this TV anyway, and she's like the goal is to be off the title in your life blood and to know you can do it. But to know what the world sees you as right. So for instance, you're an attractive guy. He needs one of these. Okay. So when you off doing a sure bro seen I wouldn't expect you to a beginner or an amateur not an amateur into it cuz that's what a mature means of amateur isn't based upon School. How much is someone who dabbles in it for interest enough money? You know, that's something that people forget. If you're pretty boy where you want to do a war fill out a traction. I'm going to be in a war and you run it for a thousand bullets. When if you were to put yourself yourself as a boy next door and have that kind of instant recognition you clean up all those roles and and then you can start to work on a job. Variety once you've made the name for yourself and I think that's what I mean. I'm still learning. It's like we like there's a beauty of being versatile but versatility isn't to show outwardly it's to know each with within a tool in our bill and I think that we just need to recognize that and and hold that in high regard as opposed to building up their being Boxed In A Box by off by not being able to play every wrong. There is no merit in that like Junction say like I think that it would just make it a lot easier for all of us because that's what it is. John said not understand this industry is crazy, but I just think that that is something that I've come to learn like I put I like comedy this comedy. I don't that's not hard work to me like you just go and set and I can have a good time that long as a comedy actor. I can build that very quickly. I don't need to be in a dark gray reboot of a horror film if I'm not there yet. Yeah, I've had that kind of debate with people. Is too and you know, like I might see somebody show Rel and it's like a five minute long everything they've ever done and I'm like nobody one. Nobody's going to watch a five-minute show real and two you don't need to show like, well, I gotta show all my rage. I'm like, you don't need to show your range what you need to show is like what you're most likely to get cast as and then get casted that and then sure, you know later on start looking to the wage. I like to use Jim Carrey as an example. I mean, you know, he's famous everybody knows him. But he he was a comedian right? He did this, you know funny faces and these bizarre characters and it wasn't tell him as well established in his career that he really kind of branched out into drama and that kind of stuff so true. And and that is you will go to an addition to what you do, right, but you always reveal the level your app sucks. Even though you may want to pay every row we need to understand it show business showbusiness There's No Business Like Show Business that doesn't has a business in it twice. It's not there's no Show Business Like Show or there's no show business like the show. We enjoy so much joke. It says There's No Business Like Show Business. And this is what people do and I've seen people do it and I used to do it, especially when you're young agents and stuff and not cost narratives. You want to introduce yourself and told me the whole life story how my name's come up. I'm sitting here. I live in London. I've done I've done that. They don't care. Let me tell you climb viewer that they want to know your name. Let me get writing. Yeah, cuz you're going to have a cash register there would be no. Yeah, they will not your plane age where you are where you can be reached out how you're going to make them money like this is why my emails are bulletproof. Hi, my name is small. I live in London and here's what I can offer. Currently. I've got relationships of XYZ Carson directors. I've been casting over a hundred seventy page. And I've recently been in this in this in this and got experience in this. I would love to talk to you. People to understand here when when they pay their pay attention. So for you to put something so little and so slim it's going to get someone's attention in the same way as my friend told me that the notion of two options for self tape don't do it and it's controversial but some casting directors like to know that you trust your own ability. So this is my rendition of the character have a look. I'm not saying do that. I don't do that. I feel a hundred times over and I sit there and cry and then pray and then cry again and then break cry and cry pray all the time the long hard life in that cry printing brake line, but it's dead. Just just don't remember his business like it's business like his business like we as actors need to know the business side of him like it's just that's what that's like, it's business like guess you're good actor, but if you're a good actor and the other good actor has got a pretty face and is the child of Jim Carrey the actor is going to get It's about bums in seats. So do you find a social media plays into that? Have you found you know, they they want to like, you know, how many social media follows your halves off and it's kind of like well if this person has, you know X number of Instagram followers and my cast them cuz you know, they'll get the word out. See it's funny you say that because a city social media full time before that so I can be smart enough because I'm like, but that happens. I'm still in the clear but yes or no when it comes to actual big budget films know because that page will media falls into reality t v and forcing to Persona based on actual acting roles. They don't really care about Persona Northern kind of stuff and so on the big level was no on the same level potentially, but basically pull up this no project worth your time through your time when I say to your time yesterday, maybe get full actual time for money or job. The little stars you're going to meet. Yeah, but no project is worth your time. If they focus on your social media following they probably pay a lot like whatever but as an actor or an advance your career and you're talking about Dana someone who came into this issue to get rich and famous. It's so I was like, you know what your attend kind of your home audio description and the 10th says his attempt at least I was like, I'm fearful. I'm funny. I'm going to start this and I'm going to get signed so fast, I'm going to go back in the upwards in a way that's never been done before like that didn't happen. So obviously, I can't even begin to like that. That was such a I can only look at that as a beautiful Nativity to the industry. Like I really thought I was going to come out here and just smile and someone across utility down. I'm writing a movie channel starts main character. No doubt in my wildest founded Street. Yeah, so I don't think that it plays into it that much. But on the opposite effect it can damage you having a high following count it can it can Branch you in ways you don't understand because you you put yourself out there in a way in your audience and the audience will see you in a certain way. So it's not that it would do good by may do harm me know who seen as me too. But you know these things where people Kevin highlights example, you got taken out from presenting on the choice. I think it's good because they went back to the store like social media. You can't take that people say all the time and it's like an old person twenty-four but I have to say it when it's on the internet on there forever. So just watch what you're paying on a net like all my stuff some private as soon as I went to as soon as I got the first Netflix and I said, you know what? I don't know what's on these social media platforms private private. If you also check it. I'm going to be I'll say it's Google and I'm sorry, I will have to look happy but no, I understand that that is an issue. Some people think it's an issue. But you know what talent always wins like kind of always wins and and that's where you need to have a dog. Skin and for me anyway, I'm not you know, what like I trusted myself I believe in myself. It's my time. It's my time. If it's not it's not because I call there's too much to manage as an actor as you know anywhere. I've got two pages to them off. I need to put an accent on or do I need to read that? We just give me this what lightning like sound what types of deadlines of what this need to do. I've got this I need to email this I need to shower needs to eat and then you want me to bring about social change your crazy. I get there's that will drive you insane. So yeah. Yeah, I've noticed I want to ask you about cuz you've had a few agents. Do you have one agent now or multiple agents about 5,000? Okay. Yeah, cuz cuz when I was looking up on you, that's kind of what it looked like there were multiple agents and like how many agents does he have? So so you have different agents. It's so describe like why you have multiple agents, like what's the advantage of saying maybe having a commercial agent vs. Theater agent or you know something, you know explain this to me, so I'm a big believer of specialization in your craft wage. Right, right. So I just left this whole thing. Actually, I would love having one medium straight. When that one agent reveals himself to me and we work together and there's a cohesion and they're getting the work. I'll go with an agent and this is no disrespect because I love all my agents. I love something else. I love I love my I'm sure shout to finding very hard to keep in mind. But for me the advantage is if there's additional month and agent one gets me an addition every five days agent to get conditioned every 20 days and age of three gets magician every other week. I did as a as a symphony. I'm constantly into in the cycle. However, I'm under No Illusion that a lot of people don't like putting a lot of illness I think is a computer class marriages et cetera and a lot of people don't doing it because they're not allowed to do it by contract. But for me, it just needs a you need to know how you approach the situation in the first place anyway, but I think to myself I even looks back. I know it looks bad have free agents on Spotlight. I'll be honest because it confuses car services for some reason and I've been in the situation where I've got a job through one agent and they've called the other agent and gave them the job and then after like daily between the two agents say no you can't get me that I need to have as much potential possibilities to do that as possible. So if if the problem is what if you get submitted twice like get some in price is what it is and this is actually I take towards this they want to see me they want to see me like and I think that we I don't wage. Focus on certain things if you get some oh well like I've literally had an addiction I did for the ITV thing and I hated the tape and iMessage my l a manager and I was like, oh I hate this send it over. I want to send over my agent said not is that why he just said that it's not professional. I don't care some of the tables and it and it's that kind of conviction and that kind of tenacity like smoke anywhere in these roles because they need us like which is why when I'm on certain sets The notion of pricing myself or does it mean anything to me? If you want me on a commercial and I want travel paid for and I want extra. I want this I want and on that some people see it as Diva some people see as known networks and the best way to describe this situation is there was a stray of a band. I don't want it may be a waitress or one of those big pants and they asked for M&Ms, but they asked them to take out the brown M&M's And when the story came out every was so arrogant, why would you do that who even cares but the thought behind that asked was if they don't have the due diligence to take out the brown M&M's was too long. They're going to make sure the string and the car's done properly or the light is going to be done on the sound going to be done. So for me, the benefit is the fact that I've got a continual onslaught of of jobs effectively wage, but I'm more than happy to have one agent. The goal for me is to I mean, I just ran out of independent of the move I've been in talks of like I'm there because on the same notion, you've got off the other end. Would you rather be a big fish in a small pond restaurant in a big a small fish in a big pond and a lot of people have been a big fish but no like that like you can't like you have to just shoot hard. Like I think that we don't want to upset people that we just want to do our job. I'm going to go ahead and to the story. For that for one second black people crazy. Yeah, so I I definitely think that the page that is is to have multiple jobs, but By D is is is is is annoying because you just would have one agent but like I said if if an agent gets me drugged regularly, and how do ever you say, like, I'm not I'm happy because I don't bleat like if you want me to dye my hair pink. I'm going to trust you and which jump out of plane. I'm going to trust you. What half my head trust you like with we try to we try to know everything like we go to an audition. We try to find out we try to think what is that concentrates want to see from us? What is this? What is that? Like, my whole Mantra is dead. I'm just me if I go to an addiction. I don't put it on the table. Don't get it. What else are quite there's nothing else I can do like there is not like you just have to have this living wage. Blind Faith that people see it as the willingness to want to do what you're doing not as encroaching. I'm never needy. I'm not like I want to have a hundred agents or I can get everything in the world. I just want my fair shop like well, like I said, I know some people they just won't let them out. Well some agents. Have you been talking to any of those agents where any of them like? Hey, I I don't want to represent you because you have another agent because I know some are like that. They're like I have to be your only agent and it's like piss off. Of course. I've had that multiple times. Yeah down but because they crosshatch there's many ways to get around many things. Well because they get like I just said there's many ways to get around things. Yeah, you did, you know, you need to do it all but on the political side and the Emoji, correct? I split anyway like so I've got more than agents. I'm glancing agents. I've got manager in L A. So there's only two of two dead. For instance when I one of the top three they were like that but that makes sense if it makes sense. Of course if I apply to one of an independent over a trick or I'm going to just say no to anybody else. I'm going to I'm going to let you be my only agent but I am no longer taking the risk, especially on my way up. We all in a way up. That's what you know lunch to something about to put our career in someone's hands. The reason I've got so much quit I did this Massy every day, which scared me I get my son dropped myself off after 170 credits here and it's supposed I say that because my agents collected they've got me what six so if I had relied on my agents, I would have had 6 credits of a two and a half years actually Insanity like that is that is if that is not Testament to get your own work and that even my agents get me work, but I get myself work what my agents do is they get me work dead. That is equal to the amount of work I get so if I get 10 jokes it matches up to ten K. They get me one job that gets me take so we still meeting the middle which is why I can go to certain places let you know what and what's going on because if you say no, okay, like I want to work if you bought like I didn't drink I don't watch a single class and I have anyone's industry. I started up as an extra wage. So we've got I do certain things do cuz I'm like, well you want 10% of my earning even though you can get me a job hold them, but you right now and it's my ring light, but you suck when I when I was calling cuz I couldn't on the line you didn't put no money. So, how can you ask me to give you 10% that doesn't make any sense and two other people that are trained there like I'm not because I'm self-employed. So it's just it's just interesting. It's just interesting. But yeah people these are all the time but fools out, you know your worth like there's there's many abilities. They want you they'll pay I know people who did auditions for big big dog Was they didn't pay for the trouble down there, but they paid too much because they saw on that they liked asking if you ask me to get any shots there. I'm not one of those actors will be honest and being cold and be like Oh, I'm cold, but I did not ask for a bank account that I want to be reading you crazy after two blankets. Yeah, you want to cancel the first one. Have you ever had any like additional horror stories or anything like that X. Yeah. Let me tell you so you go to the shed to audition picture this go into an audition and trying to hide. I went to a. So Edition Pages ago for a kids presenting YouTube channel, and I just couldn't get a Kofi. I just signed into what it click. So those multiple choice because in takes the specialty groups of like 7 and we all darts and then the like is everyone gone and I was like, yeah and knowing that I have, their phone not solution try to hide now that you guys went there with because all in a room did the thing I was the last one on the in there because everybody else did here and then walked off and I just couldn't get the steps and I failed and all of that I still stood at the end and smiled. I was disappointed. I didn't get the wrong. That's how insane like yeah, like I didn't even get the way I'm going to get disrupted. I've had many I've never rude people but not on that not on high-level. I couldn't shoot a video data, but I've had I've had many people like I said, especially if commercials man you get some off You got some situations where it's just like you genuinely of confused when they like you or not. Like you said genuine, like what have I done to offend you? Like? There's no they they they just do not care about you like and that's not the case. They they genuinely do care about you, but we're forgetting that they've seen twenty of us like so it's like you're you're just another person like them to do well by few if you seen twenty Renditions of the same thing. It's like after a while when I can understand why people would be a lack of yeah Enthusiast, you know, they just like, you know, next one bath. Yeah. It makes sense. Have you ever said no to a part like if you ever actually gotten something and then once you learn more about it, you're like, you know, what wait a minute. This isn't going to work for me. Tell ya I'm I'm a I'm a believer of every time is a reason and also just basically Acting in a way that is consistent with my future self. So I None now I'm doing certain things. I got a spot on vt4 430s dead know I mean it was undervalued. They got the 3K thing and then about myself because and these are lessons guys. You won't learn until you get that everyone's going to get bad. That's just the way like stock photography out. The only thing to get everything. I've just said don't do start photography. If you do it you're going to get cuz you're going to go nowhere that's going to end up even totally agree with that one girl games my life when they say you want a hundred pound and hand right there and you haven't had a job in a while. Yeah, but then when you get in a call from your page in me, I'm the key story. I'm considering like okay. We're in a commercial who's an actual meaning you who whose me and you are you in New yeah me and you gon Google gone on Instagram and see yourself in a Canadian commercial. Yeah, because the destructive property. Yeah. It's not worth it off. You need to know you need to you need to think like that like you need to think if I take this down the line, it's just going to affect me the way you do that as you do one of two things. I would say no to parts or you make sure that both parties paid so well that it can cover something in your life. For instance. There's many jobs. I've said no to that I should have said I'm happy. If so many jobs I said no to that I shouldn't have said no to because I was just shocked like wage act myself out cuz I know I want more money not realizing I was in that important in the grand scheme of things but there's also jobs that I've seen yes to that. I'm not passionate about because it does things for me off or instance audio description, and looks behind him because it's about a secret that his name card here and it's like three hundred pounds. So I I'm going to take a project I don't care about just so I can get ripping on Powers because I know that that money directly goes into something pocket in another way not to mean I still myself a log. Well, I will do something cents. You know, what just a quick cash-grab like but I think it's very important to recognize what we're doing and know that when we put our stamp money. We're not home when actors enough film where the co-signers of this if you're in a film your group of the message that's being told. So whenever this movie goes out wherever it's maybe goes out your the face of the movie so long, it's you're moving. This is why would movies stop the actors get the benefit the students though because actors was in the movie they are the ones that get the backpack. So after those things all the time no matter like I've got scripts my desktop settings on the time I regularly asked on certain levels of things to see the whole script if they ask me if they send an addition extract. I am asked to see the script predominantly because I want to see my character Arc to make an informed decision. I don't want to just give a a one sided one-dimensional rendition because if I'm angry dead And the seen a woman because I'm angry. It's amazing. But if you cheated on me with my brother and that's the reason I'm angry that's going to be completely frankness anger sadness and the paint off and I do that for that or watch it because you're auditioning me to see if I'm right for the part. How about I read the script to see if the scripts right for me. Like it has to go both ways right like wage I get some people like no but no it's not about being ungrateful weather like we are actors and the student that we get that into our head that that that we have power but not not in the grand scheme of things that you are still active in the producers and wherever they don't care. Yeah, but like you are in control of what you say yes to and I'm not to say yes or something whereby it's going to jeopardize mature. As I said, I'm going to say yes to a little a little job and it's got a bite me in the ass. Like literally I had jobs lined up for ITV before I TV in the house. I had to pull over and pause I said I can't do this right now because off. If I get this it's going to bite me in the office because people don't understand this yell when you blow up not if when you're speaking to existence power words. There is nothing to stop every OK separates pictures. She blocked over Netflix now yet if you've done a hundred projects, there will be definite 10% of those products here for terminal be like Netflix star endorses my app Netflix drawing courses and you can't control that because you signed your life away. Like if you don't read contracts as I said, I'll slap you but no violence. Yeah, W contracts your life now like contracts are there to be read They're not piece of paper. Just sign like if you read what's in these contracts, it's ridiculous. Absurd. Like I can promise you if you ever see me on a menu have different contracts move in and the thing is they'll ask for like everything, you know, like we maintain the right to use this for basically, whatever the fuck we want and you know one person can't do nothing else. You need to know what you're signing you need to know because they take your privilege they take the rats. I've read contract there like in the in the case of deaf people not what are you you rent take that close out like you're telling me log. If I die because because because because you put it in there, that's a problem if you didn't move out of thinking about this, but you forget about this pulled the money down like I would a million by your crazy. Like I don't do stuff like that blah never approached getting money money any experience opportunity from a place of lack financially because when you approach an opportunity from lack financially, you sell yourself out and you take opportunities you would actually take that can jeopardize you because you need quick change which is why I advocate having a secondary stream of income not as a plan B because I believe plan is a window into failure, but we all should understand why your attention when you focus so much on a something to make you money, you lose the love of it and you're not on the C is obviously as a lifeline and most importantly you start to become infatuated wage. Ocean of numbers and he stops in his job has an opportunity for me to better myself into my craft and starts eating as an opportunity to change my life or to buy a house or to buy a Lamborghini. We should only ever see roles as an ability to change off own abilities actors to explore our own levels of psyche in a different emotions available to us as humans that we don't necessarily allow ourselves in that regard to explore wage order something we're passionate about if you start to see if jobs is a money amount even in the minutiae even as a fraction you think that's a lot of money like with this with this ITV. I didn't even ask to see I don't want to know I don't care. I don't care. I'm definitely suggest I want to do the best job. I can when I need a best job. I can then pay me my money up until that point. I don't want money cuz I know how I am. I know that careful. I'm going to start to see this money as me being rich as opposed to me seeing is cuz I'm an actor and when I start to go to a long time and you to stop buying things like I'm rich and and Instagram because I'm rich Then I'll be like Mariah Carey when I'm on stage and I can't seem normal cuz I thought I was asked for my money came from me being rich not forgetting the fact that after work hard after the bust my ass for this. That's my that's my Mantra God just bless your heart work harder than everybody and know what you're doing. And for what like I know my destination in the Stars. So therefore I could never do porn I could I could never I could never do a heist anything. Yeah. Yeah. I mean like commercial work sometimes maybe you're promoting a product that you don't like or you mentioned Point like nude scenes, you know in sections and that kind of stuff maybe like yeah my agent, this is a business agent calls me for a commercial for Internet safety calls me and basically warns me the director Walk. The Moon me that the role is a sexual predator and our potentially be in that position where I'd be looking at inappropriate images. Am I comfortable with that instant a New Jersey? You're crazy. Like there's there's a few things I won't do but I mean there's streamers. Well, I don't I wouldn't do anything that explicitly shows mean really put a child or wage has a alluding to that because it's crazy in my head and a rape scenes and stuff like that like you just like whatever but but it's just what not. It's just whatever it's it's just like I just that's just crazy. Like I'm not I'm I don't find enjoyment in that and I also think there's other ways to tell that story, I said no, but then I sat down and thought about it and I called my agent and I said, yeah, I didn't I didn't get the role but I setup do it because I've got a sister who's full and If that story isn't told it's not told it needs to be talked. So I'll tell stories if they need to be told being a fact if you say no to things. I will say yes to a story if it means something to me or the story needs. That's why that's what I do as a Storyteller all they're paying me is stupid lot of money like me. I'm a certain amount of money like crazy. I don't need any another ship Karo GI. Yes. I'll be the best of ending in the whole damn world. Yeah, let's be a certain amount of money offered, you know, come online. I'm City like like it was more defined Kayla speaking with like if you were if someone offered you like a hundred million pounds you love yes. I just met her I'm going to do it. I'm going to because I'm not so sure. Yeah, I love bro. Yes, but I love that team. It's only thing I can do so many people say if you could do anything else do anything else. Yeah. I'm with it. I hear I love that team. I love explained in Parts myself off. Love them. The best thing I love about acting is the only opportunity to have new experiences and to see new things but also to bond spiritually it's beyond emotion spiritually with my class members like it's a beautiful it's a journey as a transient Journey, but also want to buy my mama house on the hill and I also want to private jet wagon. And he says, yes, I'll recover your resume tell you lacking or I go to a hotel room to have to remodel it because I'm a regular customer that got my customer profile. Okay, it's game is a game. Okay, and I'm trying to win the game. Yeah, if I wouldn't learn I get a hundred million pound you may go off for a while. I'm going to be spending that money. I'm going to come back but this is one of my I don't think that I'm very much about winning, but I don't have home and my life is this like I I've got smart. So this is what I think about. I live in read that stuff. But at the same time we need to have that level of We're still people are always say onset. I'm not an actor first and a person second person first second and third and then I'm hilarious and then on Chris Matic yeah month because I am what makes me me. And and and if you put yourself an actor first you start to to base yourself on accolades and now that's just crazy to me. Like I'm a I'm a person and kind of run set if you if you think about what I said, yeah next time you go to set you up think around and see who's a person and and then an actor and actor in a person and I'm in this industry because I love what I do and it's because I love I want to have fun. I will always have an opportunity. So that's why when you see me on set and we in a commercial abroad at 8:00 you seriously got a hotel room and go to the bar minded our business. Yeah, because I'm off today. Yeah, I'll be there exactly I will be 2:00. Yeah, but I'm going to enjoy myself which is why it's so me in the club when I was in Poland because I was home. Okay. No one can tell me nothing. You paid me hundred pound a day. That one is going to get spend on something. Okay, that was alcohol anywhere else. Maybe a drink. There you go. Well, come on. I think that's pretty much it. It's been great chatting with you and best destination. Each of them separately. Probably would yeah, absolutely suck.

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Picasso

Everything Everywhere Daily

10:36 min | 11 months ago

Picasso

"He has been called the most famous artists of the twentieth century. His work singlehandedly defined artistic style. He was more loved and criticised than any other artists in the world. He created over. Twenty thousand works and legend says he could pay for a meal with justice signature. Learn more about pablo picasso. Spain's greatest artists on this episode of everything everywhere daily. This episode is sponsored by the tourist office of spain. Spain isn't just the home of the world's most famous painter pablo picasso. It was and is the home to many of the world's greatest artists across many different mediums chefs. Ferran adria and joan. Roca have both had restaurants named the best in the world painter. Salvador dali el greco and francisco goya all hailed from spain architects anton gowdy in santiago calatrava spanish actors antonio banderas penelope cruz heavier. Bardem and benicio del toro all come from spain director. Pedro meadow varas walla singers enrica and julio inglesias and opera star plus yo domingo all come from spain you can start researching your dream trip to spain today by visiting spain dot info. Were you can get everything you need to know. Plan your spanish adventure to begin any discussion on picasso you. I have to start with his full name. The full name of the artist known as picasso given to him at birth is pablo diego. Jose francisco de paulo one nipple. Maria de las raimondo. Cipriano dias antigua trinidad ruis e picasso. Picasso is actually an italian name that comes from his mother early in his career. He was playing around with different names. He tried qasr and picasso which of his mother's and father's name avoided his father's surname of we just because it was too common in spain. He didn't think pablo breweries would stand out. He also may have been superstitious. His was a failed painter and he didn't want to use the same name he did for his work. He explained the decision to use the name. To hungarian artist george brasi quote. Picasso was stranger more resonant than ruis. You know what appealed to me about that name well. It was undoubtedly the double s which is fairly unusual in spain. Picasso is of italian origin as you know and the named person bears or adopts has importance. Can you imagine me calling myself ruis. Pablo ruiz giggle zeh ruis or one nipple. Men gave ruis end quote. Well he had a point so the artist we call. Picasso was born on october twenty fifth eighteen eighty one in malaga in his birth was difficult in the midwife who delivered him actually thought he was stillborn as mentioned before his father was a failed painter. Who mostly earned money teaching and serving as a curator for museum. He did excel in teaching art in so far as one of his pupils was his son. Picasso was taking lessons with his father at the age of seven and by the age of nine he had completed his first painting called les picador. It is a painting of a man riding a horse and a bull fight to be fair. It does not look at all like something a nine year old would create. Compare this what most kids have opened the refrigerator. And you'll see a huge difference when he was thirteen. His family moved to barcelona where he was admitted to the school of fine arts where his father had gotten a job is father persuaded the school to allow his son to take an entrance exam for the advanced class. The testing usually took a month and was for students much older than he was. Because finish the test in a week and was admitted. At sixteen he was sent to spain's top college madrid's real academia debate. S artists descend fernando. He wasn't a great student. He didn't care much for formal study and was really only interested in art. Covert in madrid. He had access to museums with works of great masters which would influence his career. Here is where. I'm going to start to run into problems. Costlo was a painter. And this is a podcast to really understand paintings. You have to see them. And podcasts are audio medium. So i encourage you to actually go and check out some of the works. I'll be referencing in this episode. It'll clarify everything. So if you only think of picasso was a cubist painter. There is a lot more to him than that perhaps more than any other artist. His style changed many times over. His life changed dramatically around the turn of the century. Picasso became a young man began traveling and experiencing more which changed his artistic style. Prior to nineteen hundred. His art was more realistic than anything else. In one thousand nine hundred. He traveled to paris for the first time. Which was the center of the art world in europe and soon after he began what was known as his blue period. His paintings from this period are known for their use of the color blue and blue screens. Many of the figures in the paintings are gone and the overall mood is somewhat depressing is blue period lasted from hundred ninety one to nineteen four from one thousand nine hundred ninety six. He entered his rose period where he painted images warmer colors that were less somber in more light for seven. Seventy nine hundred nine. He began to create work that most people would start to think of as a picasso known as african period. His painting used more angular images which were inspired by african sculptures. He saw it in exhibition one of his most famous paintings. The young ladies of agnone came from this period and is currently in the collection at the museum of modern art new york many historians call this period a pro cuba's period from nineteen o nine to one thousand nine hundred eighteen. He began his cubism period. Which is probably what he's best known for. Cubism is a style. That takes geometric elements in assembles. Them together in a type of collage. In fact he may have cut up images from magazines to experiment with the style in the nineteen twenties. He changed his style yet again when he began experimenting with neo-classicism and surrealism in the nineteen thirties as picasso entered into his fifties. He didn't really adhere to anyone style. He changed styles and combined elements from different styles. He also started to become extremely prolific. It is estimated that over the course of his life he created approximately one hundred and forty seven thousand eight hundred works of art. This included thirteen thousand five hundred paintings. A hundred thousand prints and engravings three hundred sculptures and ceramics and thirty four thousand illustrations. He also dabbled in writing. Having written over three hundred poems into place. Much of this was all done at the tail end of his career. The stories about picasso are almost as famous as art in one thousand nine hundred thousand. He was accused of stealing the mona lisa. Listen to my episode about the mona lisa for more about this story but basically he was accused by police officer in paris who just didn't like modern artists and assume that only a modern artists who hated classical art could have stolen it. He was often photographed wearing a black and white striped shirt. That shirt was known as a britain striped shirt and was the uniform of the french seamen in brittany. It had exactly twenty one stripes which represented the twenty one victories of napoleon coco. Chanel brought back in nineteen seventeen and that was one. Picasso started wearing it in his later. Life rumors floated around that he would often pay for his meals by just signing his name or doing a quick drying he wants refuse to do so saying quote. I'm buying a meal not the whole restaurant unquote in another anecdote. One of his fans in paris asked him to draw doodle on a piece of paper picasso then said that will be thirty thousand dollars what the fan replied then only took five seconds. Not picasso said that took a lifetime. Picasso was famous for being a ladies man technically. He was only married twice but he had many affairs and mistresses. One of his. Most famous affairs was with marie. Therese walter in nineteen twenty seven when he was forty five you notice on the street and approached her and said quote miss. You have an interesting face. I would like to do your portrait. I m picasso on boat which you have to admit is a great pickup line. She was only seventeen. And i never heard of him but they ended up spending years together and actually had a child. Three of picasso's children are still alive as is one of his ex wives. Francois gilo is still around at the age of ninety nine and painting inter studio in new york city. Perhaps his most famous work is gernika. It's an enormous wall-sized painting which was done in the cuba style in nineteen nine hundred seven. It was created after the bombing of the basque city of gernika by german and italian forces on behalf of the spanish government. He lived in paris during the german occupation during world war. Two once a german officer came to his apartment and saw photo of the painting when he asked picasso. Did you do this. Picasso replied no you did. In one thousand nine thirty nine gernika was sent to the united states. For safekeeping and picasso requested. It not be brought back to spain until democracy was restored it was returned to spain in one thousand nine hundred one and today is on display at the museum. Radio sofia in madrid picasso became the first and only living artists to have a in the main gallery of the louvre in paris. It was in celebration of his ninetieth birthday. Picasso passed away in nineteen seventy three at the age of ninety one. He was probably one of the first celebrity artists of the modern world. Many notable artists who predated picasso often died in obscurity and didn't become famous until after their deaths. Picasso died with a net worth estimated to be around five hundred million dollars today. Several of his paintings have sold for over one hundred million dollars each. He is unquestionably one of the greatest artists of the twentieth century. As he himself said quote. When i was a child. My mother said to me if you become a soldier you'll be a general if you become a monk you'll end up as a pope instead. I became a painter and wound up as picasso executive producer of everything everywhere. Daily is james mcculloch associate producer. Is thor thomsen. Today's five star review comes from podcast republic listener ryan harris writes. I'm so glad. I stumbled upon this show as i love the history of things and also trivia. It is phenomenal short and to the point. I've binged the i one hundred episodes in just three days while at work can't wait for more. Thank you thank you ryan. That is an amazing review and thanks to all of you who've left reviews. Remember if you leave a five star review you too can have your view read on the show.

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081221 Hour 3

Ace and TJ

24:11 min | 2 months ago

081221 Hour 3

"You're listening to the and tj. Show podcast on the ace and tj family. It's riggins and i want you to know about tammy stone and courtesy for ed atlantic bay. They're providing lending peace of mind at seven four six eight five four three six six and at team sto at atlantic bay dot com or click the add to get to tammy stowed dot com atlantic bay mortgage group llc in mls seven zero four three and mls consumer access dot org is an equal opportunity lender located at six hundred. Lynn haven parkway suite two zero three virginia beach virginia. Two three four five. Two everything you need to know could be found right here. This is now trending with brigands on the and tj show. Pedro almodovar my favorite name. So far he's the director of a new movie. That stars penelope cruz. Who by the way is still one of god's greatest gifts to the world. i mean. There's so hot she starts a new movie called madras parallelist than say it means parallel mothers but the movie poster features A lactating nipple and instagram decided to remove the image because it broke their guidelines about nudity and things but then they apologized and they said this actually didn't fall under the rules that we have in place because if you show lactation sorry for the Terms then that's acceptable so we were sorry we didn't mean to take it down. This is okay so they must have gotten bombard so alexis. We read the whole movie. Poster can you yes. Mothers spot lilla. When we read the whole thing own film they alma lavar. I guess that's the guy's name and what's that madres. No parallel mothers but say spanish mattis lilla but lilla my dress pretty exactly what i said. Padres paralysis role. No matter what know own honor l. nailed to sell preston as dr limited almodovar. They have to new hosts for jeopardy. One is mike richards. He's the executive producer and then the other one is miam- alec who is blossom and she's on big bang theory yeah. She's going to be doing the prime time and one off specials or chalon. Abc that kinda. Mike richards is doing like the the syndicated nightly show and i thought he was really good when he. When alex trebek's died he came on and said the show must go on. I thought he was charming. And you don't really know him but people are so upset that they did not select lavar burton the guy that did reading rainbow and there was this big campaign online to get him. selected as the host. But it didn't happen. And despite the fact that lavar guest hosted and everybody was kind of the belief that he didn't do very well well that and then they probably look at it. Like how many years you've been doing reading rainbow. How did it for a long time. So he's already indoctrinated thousands of people indoctrinated. Yeah one of the things that i read. Send the pb. And i didn't keep up with it that closely. I was most interested in lavar burton. Aaron rodgers how they did but they said from the very beginning. This was the guy that was believed to be the front runner. This mike richards who is the executive producer of the show. So he's a plug and play ready to go guy they that he scored the best as far as the. He's the boss of the shows right so that would be like if riggins quit and then all of a sudden i said ace Why don't you do the weekend review instead of finding somebody else to do the weekend review. That'd be like he looking for the spotlight that's all that's keeping that money. Yeah but i mean again. I don't care. I don't watch jeopardy because insult my intelligence and insult your. Yeah do smart for Love that how many is like the pickup. The ducks game at the fair. Yeah i'm gonna win every time. Well it's the boy Meghan markle did not attend president barack obama's sixtieth birthday which was a whole drama in and of itself because They had postponed it for a week because of the delta varian and he had a bunch of people coming out to his martha vineyard's estate So they postponed it a week and then they actually had it this past weekend. Meghan markle said she wasn't able to attend but an insider saying that no she was able to attend and she desperately wanted to go but she did not make the guest list. So i think there are some people that just want to take down. Sure which is fine. Would they did believe this. There were people that were invited. Then i read the thing. They said there were people that were invited than they uninvited. Some people to see the numbers down. Yeah but then secretly. Those people were led to be told. Hey you're being uninvited publicly. But privately come on your back. I don't know what's true. What's not true in that case and you really have no way of if she was really invited or not. If nobody's business and it was a full hypocrite event. No masks all up on each other whole thing but they'd been vaccinated. Right are a negative tests. They're all saying you still need to be wearing masks. And all that have been vaccinated. Dan special know the obama wing of the political spectrum. So i've been it was a go party. Martha's vineyard little showdown dancing marks. That is what's trending so you will momentarily at mit. You can do it anonymously. Yeah i know it psycho but blank all because of a great tick-tock that i saw yesterday that my wife admitted. Oh yeah. I've probably done that or something similar to it next. Free safe and effective. It needs the jason. Tj show cox can help make your home smarter and your life easier now. You can use your contour voice remote to connect your home life cameras so you can view them right on your tv screen using simple voice commands. That makes it easy to keep tabs on. What's happening around your home right from your couch. Need to keep an eye on the kids when they're playing outside. Just say. show me my backyard camera into your cox voice remote and watch them while you're in the house and if you're waiting for a delivery wanna make sure it's there on time no problem. Just say. show me driveway camera to check on it with your home life. Hd cameras on the tv screen. While you go about your day when you live in a home powered by cox internet you can stay connected to what matters and let cox take care of the rest to learn more about all the benefits of your connected home. Visit cox dot com slash. This is home today. Psychos attorney gets thrown around a lot she psycho he psycho psycho psychotic. Whatever but i saw this tick-tock yesterday my wife sent me this talk and it's a let's see i don't know her name and amanda. I know my wife's name. I mean this lady's name is andy. She's the talk. She's running on a treadmill and the caption says pretending. My boyfriend cheated on me with the hot blonde. Jim sharpe girl. Next to me for motivation to work out. And i responded with. That's funny it's also psychotic and she admitted it's yeah but i've probably done something like that just to get the motivation. Really that by the way if you don't jim shark is a workout brand of clothing Hoo-ha jim shock. And so i was showing this to alexis and you admitted. I didn't see how this could be beneficial. Just trying to get the motivation to get going. I mean i wouldn't run. But i can see why someone else would but it would. The running part inconsequential to the conversation. Just looking for motivation to work out. You think it's okay for a woman to pretend someone else in the jam their boyfriend. She's trying to steal my boyfriend. So i gotta work out harder than either this person. You don't even know this person. Have you know what i think. The the hidden meaning here is the true meaning. What is that this This woman who posted this tick-tock Is admitting to having sexual stirrings to from the girl. Next to her whoa. I thought that's where you were going. The obvious pat on and see that as a turn to take at all to be honest with you is what started all of her sitting there going. This girl next to me is really hot. Yeah a bit. My boyfriend would be into her. Because i am plot twist. Yes yes let's get sidetracked second. Let's so she's running into the arms of her. Make after this. We're going on a weird pass here but that's kind of psychotic alexis right and a man admitted. I know it's kind of crazy but sure. I think it's just a fun. Pretend thing i'm pretending. Yeah because you know people always You know they talk about men being childlike with the things that they find entertaining like you know monster trucks and planes and things they will say. His interests have not changed since he was in high school as far as things that he likes blowing up. Stuff wrassling you know. Those types of things in men get called immature. And that's why. I'm you know they're men's four wheelers and trucks and things like that are called toy. Yeah this is just another version of that. Just pretending a very responsible adult. I just like the same stuff. i've always liked. This is just the you know the adult workout women's version of barbie dolls but creating scenario. Yeah but i don't know to me creating a situation creating animosity towards someone you don't know by pretending they've taken something from you just to motivate yourself. That seems like a lot of work. Yeah somebody said. I don't remember who it was. Somebody said that it's the biggest motivation for women is being victims who said that somebody said of a victim mindset of. Somebody's trying to take something from me. But you can't really remember who said it was a it was a tweeter tweeter The thing that gets women going is being the underdog. And everybody's against them. And i'm the victim of this and so i got boom boom boom. Boom that's why on those peleton commercials. That guy's yelling. Stop you they break you. Who's trying to stop them. Who's trying to break them. Nobody but that's what he's got to make them feel like to get the most out of them on that stationary bike. That was a long tweeter a thread. Here's the thing what's happening. What do you do in your life and you can be anonymous. you admit. Let's clear that ladies only to keep in the theme with the tick-tock ladies. Only i know it psycho but you know something you do that no one else. Maybe something you think it may be one of these situations something. You use motivation at the gym. What is something you do. That you know is crazy but you still do it. You could do it often it. Maybe it doesn't happen but occasionally maybe it's something you used for motivation. Daily or maybe. It's just some crazy thing that you do that you've done for years and you really don't know why but you just do it. I know it psycho but fill in the blank. We'll keep unanimous if you want to. Dm us at the show on facebook. Instagram twitter are. You can call us one. Triple eight four one to twenty three eighty five to one triple eight forty one as tj. Alexis i know you can't be anonymous but don't say what it is but yes or no. Is there anything that pops into your mind right away. Next and tj show if you're struggling with alcohol or drugs. Recovery centers of america can help our rca's as local inpatient and outpatient treatment programs are founded on science and delivered with heart at rca. They tailor your treatment to you and also offers specialized programs for patients experiencing a relapse or with a history of trauma for young adults adults. Fifty plus and the lgbtq. I a. plus community recovery centers of america answers the phone and admits patients twenty four seven. Don't wait call one eight recovery now. That's one eight. Eight eight recovery tj. I know it psychotic. But i had two great talk that i was telling her about about yesterday that A lady is running on a treadmill and she said that she was pretending that the very attractive blonde girl running next to her that she was competing against that girl for her boyfriend as a way to motivate herself to work even harder in the gym. I think that's that's kind of psychotic. Don't you run to your boyfriend and so my wife. Amanda admitted yeah. It's kinda crazy. But i would do something like that. I've done stuff like that before. Just to get motivated and alexis that she has no problem with it she understands. So what is the something that you do. it could be anything that you realize. I know it psycho but you still do it unless you said you had one. That came to mind. Yeah i mean. I've done cycle things before such as well. I think the social media stocking is a little psycho about this. He said i know it psycho. But i locked my car keys every weeknight in a friend's mailbox deep in the neighborhood so in the morning it forces me to go on a morning walk to get them otherwise. I'm not going to be able to drive to work. It is crazy but it is the only method that has kept me on a consistent basis walking in the morning. i like that. It sucks though. If you forgot something in your car you know and you got go get it out before you go to bed for some reason if you left your retainer in the cars so she parks her car at home walks to the person's house drops them off and walks back then in the morning has to get up. Walk to get them back to her house. A lady who asked to remain anonymous said. She's a personal trainer and when she works out in the gym she pretends that she is in a relationship with this really hot guy in the gym because that way she knows he'd be checking her out while they were working out together so it forces her to work harder. Oh i know that is a sierra jims. He's always right beside me working on his fitness so delicious and one. I said i always around to impress me. I always make sure to dress my best when i go outside my house because there's an attractive woman down the street who moved in last year and she's very sweet but i pretend that my husband has a thing for her to make sure that i get dressed up nice to go out because it's like she's challenging me to be the best looking woman in the neighborhood. Yeah she has so. She doesn't go outside into her yard. Check the mail with sumer. Whatever without making sure. She looks great so that when when she goes outside she still in the running to be best looking woman in the neighborhood. Cnn liquor this psycho. I just say whatever works for you you know me though. I'm i'm not a judgy judge judy. Well we wanted to expand it and not make it ladies only which is what kind of started would you say it could be considered psycho tj. The weight used to tape pictures of yourself when you were heavy in your underwear up in the pantry so that when you over the pantry to have a snack you saw yourself and we're like i'm not gonna. I'm not gonna eat. Well i mean that's that was the reason for my previous statement. I'm not gonna call them psycho. Because some of the stuff that i've done the picture was actually on my alarm clock ota okay. Yeah so when it would go off in the mornings i wouldn't. I wouldn't hit snooze and get back in the bait. Go work out the Sayings that i had written up or in the pantry and signs on signs in the pantry like nothing tastes as good as the results of hard work. Feel are I don't know when my phone alarm would go off. It would play fat boy by jewel. That was a good motivation. Fat boy goes to the pool so we teach would wake up. He's awakened to the song fatboy boy by jewel and when he turns over to cut his phone off taped there next to his phone on the nightstand is a picture of him out of shape in his underwear so those two things the first two things remind him gotta get up. Hit the gym this morning before work and it worked. Yeah yeah it's not working now. I mean i guess. I might need to revisit that now but back then it did. Wow i've just insult myself. You know motivation by humiliation. You're essentially bullying yourself. Yeah i'm a self bully. Her have been suspended from school. Many times pulling yourself bullying yes. They didn't play that we had to be kind to ourselves. It's true you should always be kind to yourself unless you're fat. This is the ace and teachers. Show joe booth One in four people have cancelled a date because of this one thing it's caused them to cancel the day and that's pretty high statistics. What is it in. Have you ever done it coming up. Next more of the ason. Tj show coming up today and tj family. Podcast subscribers will get share. funny podcasts. all kinds of great stuff. What is thursday. Yeah normally the march podcast. We're on hiatus taking a six week. Hiatus while we can retool and rework everything. But i should re posted the last one. The last one that i did on the one year anniversary of my daughter's death which people i've got a great response to but so there's always that total recall is today which is spectacular as always and much more so steph available everyday from the ace and tj. Show all right. This headline Read it the way. It's written one in four people have cancelled a date over a pimple. That's grammatically incorrect. It's one in four. People has cancelled a date over a pimple. He's a professional news writers headline writers and they can't get that go back to fourth grade I've i've only done that once. Except i don't know if he'll be considered a pimple more more of an oozing lesion oh why daylight because i wanted. I wanted to get a reaction. I hate the word oozing using something better. Festering which one's worse festering always a nasty. It's like losing an smells. Really bad pestering his worst because oozing could be positive like something could be oozing. Goodness are golden cake. Yeah could be could be a cake losing chocolate out the side or something like that. It can be a positive but there's no way you would never say that cake had the most festering chocolate out. This sounds like it has maggots. And it's been there forever. You festering can never be positive. Festering is a good word to use right before you call somebody a name an insulting name like you are a festering blank blank. Yeah but anyway has Has anyone ever. Because if a date or an event or something temple kerr yeah. I think that's a little extreme. Was it just one. It's not like you're you know you say okay. My face was completely broken out. I couldn't go to this. I was completely is one just because a one peuple when you cancel the day because a year pimple. Was it on your face. No that's what i think's losing lesion factory festering oozing lesion when you've got an oozing leisure there what's the point of date anyway. I didn't say where it wasn't on my face. Well i shall so Track even just morally clean. Watch your face what show. It's not because you're dirty that you get a pimple shoes. Talking about my fester losing any discussion that includes the word pimple always makes me. Think about reagan's well when you were in high school and the girls that way on the fate. Someone told you that. Tell her the story real quick. I was sitting next to the quarterback of the football teams. Like cool guy. I was not cool. And he's i. Hey you wanna know what her name is. I said what's her name. And he said her name is allison. Something something something Robbins and i said wow. That's a lot and he goes. I know and then he looks over her and he goes. Hey he wanted to why you got so many names and she without missing a beat looked up and said well. I want to know why he got so many dimples is face. I didn't what i'd even do. Anything i mean. It wasn't prince. She did have a lot of names. But i wasn't curious. He got so many name as you can imagine being fourteen. I feel your whole class. Probably who but. Then you say you're still going to get her back. I'm peter yeah I'm going to send you on the list. I'll beat her. I'll defend your on. I was more mad at him. Like yeah yeah. You weren't friends after that. He didn't he didn't speak to them anymore during the school year. That was probably his way of being friends and his friends. Probably act that way to maybe Throw in each other out there like that. You might have lost out on a lifelong friend. Riggins penpal phase regan coming up on now. 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Hecho polvo y echar un polvo. La diferencia.

Espa?ol con Juan

17:44 min | 6 months ago

Hecho polvo y echar un polvo. La diferencia.

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Spy Movie News Dec 8 2020: NTTD, WarnerMedia, Women Spies, M:I, a Real James Bond, Black Widow, The 355

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

09:57 min | 11 months ago

Spy Movie News Dec 8 2020: NTTD, WarnerMedia, Women Spies, M:I, a Real James Bond, Black Widow, The 355

"Here's our december twenty twenty edition of spy movie news with lots of theater. News as warnermedia drops a bombshell women as leads in spy movies. Twenty twenty one james bond updates. Dr no prop sells for over a quarter million dollars. Black widow mission impossible more. Hi this is. Dan sylvestry spy movie navigator dot com with another very special edition of cracking the code of spy movies. Remember all the links to the articles that will be mentioned. Here are on our website under keep current. Let's get to it warner brothers with major announcements. Cnbc dot com reports a big one. Wow on thursday. December third twenty twenty. At and t.'s. Warnermedia that its entire twenty. Twenty one slate of films will be released directly on. Hbo max at the same time they would be released in theaters warnermedia ceo. Jason cuyler said this decision is definitely pandemic related and said for everyone to basically take a breather and not overreact. Basically he wants to see what happens over the next six to ten months. Of course they made proclamations about what would happen in two thousand twenty two but the article also reminds us. That keiler wants to turn. Hbo max into a streaming giant to compete directly with net flicks. It was also pointed out that as a subscriber to hbo. Max you would then get the seventeen movies in two thousand and twenty one at no additional charge unlike what disney did for milan which charge subscribers an additional thirty dollars the view the movie. Wow that is big our opinion. This is a major announcement for several reasons. One amidst the continuing global pandemic new movie releases will be available to the hbo mac subscribing public will other movie industry companies follow suit and to what impact will this have on the movie theaters and the movie theater chains like. Amc these are the ripple effect questions that will be answered. Probably sooner than later. Check out the full article entitled warnermedia. Ceo jason cuyler doesn't think he destroyed the movie theaters at cnbc. Dot com mission. Impossible news we reported on this one before but confirmed again in a december fifth. Twenty twenty article on mirror dot co dot uk. Tom cruise plans the film for in outer space. Probably for mission impossible eight. Tom cruise wants to perform the ultimate stunt and take cameras beyond the earth's atmosphere to actually film in space and has had discussions with the us aerospace group. Nasa about this already car opinion. Yeah what you believe if anyone can take movie to space and go where nobody has gone before it's tom. Cruise mission impossible seven karston checkouts in blend dot com for a december second twenty twenty article entitled latest mission. Impossible set video highlights epic car stunt a short video clip on stunt in rome italy kind of cool so check it out at cinema. Blend dot com also see screen rant dot com for a photo of the car chase scene in rome italy of in an overturned car all cool stuff of course what else can we expect from crews. Hey no time to die news. When will we ever see no time to die. In a december second twenty twenty article at screen dot com entitled. No time to die may be delayed for a third time. The article claims that there was a growing pressure for another delay due to the pandemic and speculates a bit on what that might mean with other movie producers like warnermedia that we just talked about earlier developing a hybrid strategy to release on demand on. Hbo max and in theater simultaneously will others follow suit. The article highlights that a major demographic of bond films is an older audience who are even more reluctant to go to theater at this time. A quote from the article sums it up quote. A third delay would indeed be a first but with previously planned cinematic releases now hedging their bets away from cinemas and toward streaming services. Mgm may have to adapt quicker than they thought. In fact universal the distributor of no time to die reportedly made a sizeable profit after releasing trolls world tour on video on demand earlier this year. Our opinion hey. These are tough. Times and many unprecedented decisions are being made and will continue to be made as studios assess the best strategies checkout screen rant dot com for all the details similar articles are on movie web dot com and joe blow dot com slash. Movie dash news. These delays mean big money to the studio as reported by n. m. e. dot com which states that the delay is causing. Mgm about one million dollars a month. See all the details on n. m. e. dot com on the flipside. Movie theaters are in shock. Over the warner media announcement other studios have not yet follow suit but universal already had deals in place with key cinema chains that would allow for a new release to be also released on demand. Only two weeks after a movie theater run. Wow in an article cinema. Blend dot com. They claim these trends may change the entire movie going experience. They suggest that may change the model to more like a model of going to the live theater to see a play for instance. Maybe you would do it a couple of times a year. And it's maybe more of a formal event. Then it is now and more expensive or they suggest the may morph into offering more amenities like dinner and so on. Dining theaters have been popular for live performances in theaters. A lot of money from the food. Could this happen for movies as well. They suggest the possibility. Will it look more like a theater than a restaurant or more like a restaurant at a theater. I'll yet to be seen. They suggested another scenario or two so check them out. Cinema blend dot com. How the movie theater business model could change if more studios shift to streaming. There are a couple of articles about the movie. Chain reaction to this recent announcement from warnermedia see symbol blend dot com for general theater information and hollywood reporter dot com for regal's reaction james bond news and info according to variety that comes december. Third article entitled. Sean connery's dr. No gun sells for two hundred and fifty six thousand dollars at auction bonds. Famous gun used in. Dr no fetched more than the projected hundred and fifty thousand two hundred thousand in a recent julien's auction held in beverly hills. California it was noted that the semiautomatic pistol identified in the movie. As a walter. Pk is really a walter. P p darn by movie navigator dot com missed out on this one okay see variety dot com for all the details who over all the years wanted or was considered the play james bond in a fund wikipedia article posted in november. They listed all the actors who were considered. Play the role of james bond by movie. It's a fun scan with interesting names like rex. Harrison jeremy brett who brilliantly played sherlock holmes in the made for tv series from nineteen eighty four to nineteen ninety. Four michael caine. Dick van dyke john gavin more women in spy movies take lead no time to die with china lynch taking a lead role as an mri six double. O agent is not alone in developing and promoting literally female spies read the article if variety dot com tidal. All women spy films the three fifty five releases first trailer article check out the three fifty five movie scheduled for a two thousand twenty one. Release starring a bunch of women in what is called a woman's lead spy thriller starring jessica chastain penelope cruz and others. The trailer is linked in the article and chose women spies from different world agencies. Working together Maybe like man franck the thing who knows these women spies from the united states united kingdom columbia germany and china wonder woman's gal gadot lands role in female spy film. Yup digital spy dot com says gal gadot will be the female spy lead. A new upcoming spy thriller called heart of stone which the article says. We'll put a female spin on action franchises such as james bond in mission impossible. There's no release date yet. But producers sky dance media are keeping options open including both theatrical and streaming see digital spy dot com for more details wonder woman's gal gadot lands next lead role in bonn styles by thriller and speaking of women in spy movies. You want to see all the key women. Who've ever been james bond films see steven jay rubin looked at james bond. Movie encyclopaedia available for purchase. Right now you can preview this list on our website in our spy. Md section black widow is postponed until may twenty twenty one in an article about twenty twenty one movies at c net dot com. They claim that black widows dow scheduled for may seventh twenty twenty one release about a year late. Victor stars scarlett johansson and florence pugh and others. That wraps up our spy. Movie news for december eight twenty twenty follow us on facebook twitter at spy navigator and to all the links to the articles mentioned are on our website and please subscribe right now to our graco spy movies. Show on your favorite podcast app. Thanks for listening.

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59: Drunk Elephant, The Met Ball, and Megan Fox

Eyewitness Beauty

32:05 min | Last month

59: Drunk Elephant, The Met Ball, and Megan Fox

"Hello and welcome to eyewitness beauty the podcast where we talk about the biggest stories in the beauty industry each and every week with very few exceptions. I am nick axelrod. Well and i am any pig bomb. Diamond creek bomb. We have announcement and we want to put it at the top of the show as they say in industry parlance right at the top. Which is that. We are now on patriotic. And you know y wanna tell them. Why does any and i both work in startups and when you work in start ups you do not make a salary commensurate with your skill level and experience. Sometimes you do if you're not in sorry if you start a start up basically we're out of money and we don't have any money and we love making this podcast and it costs money to make it. We both could have purchased. Well you did actually purchase a car. Nick we both could have purchased nice cars with the Let's see together that we've spent on on this podcast. Yes but so we are in the whole many thousands of dollars. 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We'll do all the things that we tell you that we're going to do but we don't do because we'd have to pay for it. We have to pay for it okay. But here's the other thing i'm going to say is that when on the patriots. Don't expect like heavily produce content because that we have to pay for it so you don't think they've ever expected so all i want you to expect on. The patriot is raw unfiltered. Unglamorous looks at us in our lives and our hot takes. Maybe some of our hot takes. That are a little too hot for the free listeners. The freed irs like to call on So many things. I wanna talk about number one. Did you see machine gun. Kelly had all these pearl appliquee on his face. For the mtv. vm. As i loved them. But no one's talking about how he had like amazing like pearl encrusted face where everybody was talking about megan fox well and he got into a fight with conor. Mcgregor was that stage slow. Was that about i. Just don't i don't like this. Violent like mma sta you know. How much do you know who else. I have long been obsessed with megan fox megan fox. Here's why she was like when i worked at l. magazine in two thousand twelve or two thousand thirteen. Megan fox was like on the cover. She was maybe on the. Wanna say on the cover of harper's bazaar vogue. I can't remember she was supposed to be the next angelina. Jolie she was like a huge mega really a list star in the making and then she completely disappeared. You know the whole suffered like michael bay and yes and so my whole like theory is like number one. There's like all these funny interesting rumors about her. How she says she's a phobic and she's like a hermit shell so as a club thumb and there's also all these interesting things about but anyway. She was considered in the industry to be like kind of amalfi broad quote unquote in that. She was not just great fallen. Didn't just shut up and take part. She talked shit about michael bay. Her director ever the transformers movies. She had opinions. She was not willing to just shut up and be pretty basically and her career suffered as a result. She was kind of like preemies to in the way she was treated as a sex object and then when she wanted to talk everyone was like no no actually. We don't want to hear it. And so i just incur. Renaissance has been gratifying. Probably for her but also for me and she looked insanely amazing at the. Ama's rose mcgowan esque naked dress. And i loved. She did full body highlighter. Yeah she knows what she's doing and she also hails from like very modest rural. Hold on yeah. She was born in oak ridge. Tennessee what do we know about oak ridge to me that. It's a very rural and got country. Are you just saying that. Because it's tennessee. Is it's part of the knoxville metropolitan area. It was founded in nineteen fifty-nine. It's seventy eight degrees fahrenheit today. And it is the first and largest of the three manhattan project sites bill to produce the world's first atomic weapons. Oh my uncle worked on the manhattan project really. I have a great uncle who was in the jewish mafia. Dre ever tell you that no. His name was little far full. He ended up dead in a dumpster. Little full what is the fire fall. It's like a grain far feels like a jewish food. I think might crazy a wise cracker or was he like a little short stout bulldog type. What kind of personality be like. Was he like little far. Full like lil. Jon from robin hood where you're actually big great question. I don't know that could be a third option of a smart us. Well apparently maybe his his smart ass mouth got the best friend. Because as i said he ended up in a dumpster he i don't think he was particularly high up in the jewish mafia. I think he was more of like a aaron boy. But i do like to warn people not to fuck with me because i have ties because your dead uncles goes going on. I'm just saying i have friends. How have you been. I have no updates on my end. No no no. I did a podcast. So i'm trying to take notes on other podcasts. And there's a very successful one. How long gone. How long gone is what it's called and nick. I think we do too much. Most podcasts are a little bit more stream-of-consciousness and we heavily strategy prepare we prepare. It might not seem that way but we do. How did it feel to be on the other side of the mike. I saw a little out of control. I found myself wanting to lead. The conversation wasn't expecting things to get so personal. No it was fine. My mom thought it was hilarious that they broke for commercials successful. Podcasts get advertisers. It wasn't like comedy thing. She's cracking up. That's fulltime job by the way they don't need to beg for money. That's the dream. I know they probably don't have a patriot. No i feel like it's time for top stories to me. The biggest story of the week this week was that drunk elephant is going into ulta beauty and while this might not seem like an important story historically brands that have been cultivated and nurtured by sephora are essentially forbid in from going into ulta ulta and sephora are fierce competitors though they have different positioning. I know for a fact that each sees the other as a threat for customers for probably real estate and we've seen alta go into target. We saw sephora go into were dig. Oh calls yet each one kind of make a move and then the other will mirror it slightly different and we know the altar is ultimately coming out on top right now. Because i think it's because they're not in malls and malls we all know suffered and still are suffering because of the pandemic and ultra has freestanding stores. They figured out location. Wise too is winning. They also have quite a range of price. Points in sephora is more luxury overall. I think also talks to more people. Yes and i think sephora might have more of a luxury feel when you go into the store the branding et cetera. The price points anyway. Drunk elephant is. I think one of the best examples of sephora success story in that it was a tiny brand with only a few skews when they launched in sephora back in the day i don't exactly know what year and along sort of hand in hand arm-in-arm with sephora they grew skew assortment they entered sort of new categories hair body position as like the leader in clean. They introduce this idea of clean clinicals before that it was all kind of like clean kind of minutes like coconut oil and like rosemary. Oil and with sephora in sane marketing strength and email list. They really trumpeted drunk elephants message. And you even see as far back as a few years ago. Like you'd walk into a sephora store traditionally make up as an affront. Skin care is in the middle back. And then hair would be on the far back along with the fragrance. But like sometimes you'd walk into sephora and drunk elephant would have a little kiosk right in the front which is the prime minister of the prime real estate anyway. They were hand in hand working together to build. The brand shiseido ended up acquiring drunk elephant for just under a billion dollars. And it's funny because two doesn't see any of the money even though they've invested so much into the brand but obviously they've made a lot of money with drunk elephant given that they're the retailer but anyway interesting to see now their allegiance to four somewhat. Waning now that they're going into ulta. Tiffany masterson who founded drunk elephants said. It's a dream come. True to share our philosophy in products with the alta community. I can't wait to hear what they have to say. So they're exclusive ended. Maybe and they probably to go into target right. It will be available. Starting september twenty sixth in all ulta beauty stores and online there also could be you know now they have shiseido behind them they have a little bit more leverage to come to the table with sephora and say okay actually we don't want to just be in sephora. They also like shiseido needs to very quickly recoup its investment when they bought chunk elephant. And they do that in part by going wider distribution and adding. Ulta is certainly helping that goal. So i thought that was interesting. The battle between ulta and sephora rages on in contrast very upset about the announcement of kylie baby so headline is kylie jenner launching. A baby brand called kylie baby. And what i said to any is. There is not a person who i personally feel is less qualified to create products that are safe for babies than kylie jenner. You had kind of a knee jerk reaction because you saw like strollers gets even though kylie. Jenner has a baby and is pregnant with another baby. I would not let her babysit my child. I would take courtney. I would take khloe. I would take him kylie. Just does not seem. It feels like she'd be on her phone the whole time. Do you know what i mean. It's like you like. I just don't think that should be emulating kylie's style and applying it to babies. I just scared of the people who are twenty three and like in a kylie baby carrier that will then get recalled because the baby falls out or like they forgot to like include a bottom to it or something. I don't know. I just. I'm worried i just think it's weird. You know. skims was the most genius thing. The kardashians ever did because it was like a perfect synergistic category. I find baby to be terrible brand match. I mean i thought you said that you're the hot takes for exclusive patriotic content. But here we are. She also launched kylie swim. I mean she's very busy. So i get your apprehension. You're like where's her. Focus right now. It needs to be one hundred percent on this baby carrier. I just think that if you're going to launch baby things you really really need to focus on it. I also think that baby's skin is so sensitive and if you're going to be making hair products and skin care for kids you really have to be super careful about. The ingredients are choosing about the testing. You're doing about all of that sort of stuff. And as we know from the whole transition of kylie cosmetics. over to cody. And they basically used a contract manufacturer to make all their makeup that and they didn't own and hit the formulas allegedly according to according to podcast. I wouldn't speedy. I feel like they're not gonna be involved enough in the creation of these products. It'll probably smell really like fruity and delicious. I was just upset. I feel like we deserve better. I get a lot of questions on if the products that i make are safe for children in order to make that claim you have tested on children and that's a dark dark road no. I've been to children testing labs. And they're treated really th it's gonna paltrow's i explain gwyneth. Paltrow testing facility for children and chrissy chrissy teagan gwyneth paltrow and hillary clinton and it's actually sponsored by wayfair dot com anyway. I can't tell if you're joking joking. Oh my god. I'm getting like shades of pizza gate. That's women to do anyway. Don't use soft services on babies. Don't use any products that aren't explicitly number one. Babies have soft skin. So i don't think. I'm saying i don't recommend brags for children the bright and that's all i was saying. Don't get defensive. Negga upset because the podcast. I was just on mispronounces next season desist. What else is going on in the world of beauty this week. I mean i feel like as you can tell by our casual discourse it was not the biggest beauty dues week matt met gallo. Everyone looked a mess. Did you know that they're doing a part to same theme early next year is really what you get to do it over. You get a second chance us a second chance right. We were kind of messaging back and forth when everybody was showing up. We were confused about the people that invited. Because it's like the most exclusive are used to be the most exclusive thing that you could ever get invited to right. Yeah it seems a little bit more democratic. But what i will say is the most interesting take i thought on the met gala was to see who wasn't invited was also to suggest they were vaccinated for cova. Did because i guess you had to be vaccinated in order to go and nikki massage famously. This week was not in attendance because she had a friends. 'cause her cousin's friend testicle the swollen from the vaccine nicki minaj with an internet because she's not vaccinated so then she took to twitter to reveal that she's not vaccinated and by the way. You should be careful. Because this guy who's a friend of my cousin. His testicles got swollen and apparently it's the accident with the prime minister of trinidad and tobago denied that this happened so sarah that's an s. Gdp prostate cancer. They get checked out. But it's not the vaccine and then there are obviously other people who are in attendance. Bella hadid didn't go but she did instagram picture of her. Getting the vaccine. Just to like chevette to the haters. And who else wasn't there. I think there was one couple of very famous couple. That wasn't there in the music. Our yeah i feel like god has vaccinated. Yeah but she wasn't there she wasn't there. There's another music royalty couple. That was conspicuously absent here. Talking about they had been crazy in love for many many years. that's all i'm going to say. Oh well they did kind of changed the date on everyone too. So maybe they just like we do them in the spring like always. We're not trying to like pop on over at the end of fashion week now to do this but anyway they weren't there allegedly and don't sue us. I will say the big news out of the met. Gala in terms of beauty was Nikki oriels who rose to fame from being a youtube beauty influencer was the first of that type of celebrity to get invited to the met gala. So that's pretty big for our world. I love the somebody made meam about. Kim look kim kardashian famously went to the met gala this year in black jersey covering every inch of her including her face and the man said mario do wrong in makeup by mario. I've read a lot of hot takes on kim kardashians mecca outfit. One of the things. I thought was kind of smart. Was someone's analysis which was like the most visible woman in the world renders herself invisible for like the most visible moment in recent memory for like culture and still becomes like a lightning rod for controversy that this idea of sort of like being a shadow all of that I thought that was interesting. I loved her big long black ponytail. Delegate yeah i mean like here's my best dressed that nobody asked for number one qana chasing horse wearing peter dundas. She was like amazing turquoise jewelry and a stunning like gold bronze lemay dress number. Twos zoe. kravitz. Should we've seen her where that exact thing like four times fine. She was my best dressed. Not this event i agree. She incredible not. I know but then for your list. She wouldn't make it number three riana she. I could wear a literal sleeping bag which she was and look stunning. And and she showed us hunter schaeffer in prada it did not look like any kind of the theme. It was a gold skirt and chest piece top armor like that had little pets on it and then she wore like a white contact lenses and a spider piece of jewelry over her face had nothing to do with the american theme but none of this did but she just looks stunning. So i loved it for me issues. Disqualified and my final pick for best dressed of the night was maisy williams in. Tom brown everyone in their mother. Were tom brown. Incidentally tom brown's boyfriend is the head of the costume institute. But maisy williams has the right look and the right swagger to pull off a wacky. Tom brown get up. So i loved it so my favorites were i personally would have worn iman. Moms vintage for saatchi. Let incredible. I love that. Johnny's like still represented. I have been watching the penelope cruz. Oscar isaac series about the assassination of gianni. Sashi whenever i get like assad mood. I just wanna watch penelope cruz movies. I love for her. So just like visually like appealing and she's such a talent and happy not a happy movie. But i did make the mistake. So this is a bit of a tangent at did make the mistake of watching vicky cristina barcelona. This was my fourth attempt. I don't having a turn it off because it is such a bad movie such bad movie just so bad. The story everything was just horrible. It was really painful to watch anyway. How do we get on this subject. Oh johnny ritchie yemen. Hamam loved that dress lord in bodey perfect to use a popular term understood the assignment americana. They had dislike beautiful white handmade gown that was covered in trinkets and beads and vintage pieces of literal americana career opportunities of the night opportunities to do better next year. Caridad let's just not much. Just not channing. Tatum war such an ill-fitting suit lake your map. All get a taylor. Taylor your suit haley unjust and it was just like bommel another one that i loved lord leone. She's on my worst dress. She has charisma and swagger. I exactly what this is going to. We're going to use all of the cliche phrases. I love to see it. I love the concept. I need it to be actually was doing. Share from sonny and cher. Error share execution needs to be flawless. Because you know who else did share. Was emily radicchio karski and that was very well done right agreed. I didn't like anything by dundas. I did qana chasing horse. Snow like sierra megan fox. It's a lot but at the same time like not something that sticks with me as exciting or different they get ciara like the football reference was a little like why are we referencing her husband's profession when it's her you know i mean listen. We've all spent eighteen months in solitude. Quarantine all feeling a little crazy are like sense of what's a good idea. What's a bad idea has been diminished and blurred. So i can understand just being like oh like what do i wear. What is a good idea like. I don't know this is a good reason why they're having do over next year. This is address the fact that let's just do it again. Same thing one more time. God i think that's it for top stories this week and this week. We don't have an interview so we will get into products of the week and we'll be back next week with a series of really good interviews of the week this week i didn't have elastic was i was still testing and trying and now i have one this week. I'm a coffee snob. I think i've recommended. Altos coffee. Which i used to ship from the norfolk of long island to la. Just be as the beans. Were so good. I got served an ad on instagram for a company called coordinator. Com e. t. e. r. They like freeze coffee at the peak. You know freshness they concentrate it and they create these little aluminum cup so they're not k. Cups who's they're not plastic aluminum and they're recyclable. And they have coffee concentrating them. They're frozen and deliver them once a month in a comp- recycle ball box. And you put one of these pods. They're frozen again like a frozen disc of coffee in hot water and let me just say. I'm a coffee snob. And it is a really really excellent cup of coffee and it's also really great for on the go so if you don't have time to brew coffee just like literally pop some hot water. The microwave add one of these little pods jere coffee. They have all different sorts on coma. Here dot com either co meter matere. But i really recommend it. I drink my coffee black. So really the taste of the coffee matters and i've been really happy with it and it's a relatively new company. I think you can get on their weightless. It took me a few weeks to get off the wait list. But if you go to co matere. Com e. t. e. r. dot com. You can sign up and a starter. Pack is thirty two dollars for the first order and then sixty four dollars a month after that. It's like all the coffee you need. Hey can't wait to try that solution. It's really good. Can swap my product of the week for something that we didn't for whatever reason discuss at the top of the show which is near you posted about. You had some work done i did. Do you wanna talk about it. yes. I am blessed and i'd like to say i was playing the long game because when i met my husband he was in nursing school and was like reading to children and doing all this like altruistic beautiful work and now he does dermatology and can fuck my face up. And i got morpheus eight which is a laser and may be butchering the science but essentially. It's twenty four needles that are consistently in a grid injected into your skin and electricity is shot through the needle. So it's incredibly painful. But it's supposed to tighten and help with skin texture and stimulate collagen growth and it is one of the most intense lasers on the market. I also got filler as you get older obviously the natural volume having your face diminishes and so i always get a little bit of filler in my lip just so i don't have little like tiny little bird lips or something. I don't get it on my under. Is i think that guy's look great with hollow under is i think it just can make you look a little full. Even if it's just putting it where used to be. And then. I also got bo talks. And the way that casey my husband does bow talks is with a very light hand so you can still express you can still a moat. You will not have a frozen face it really just softens crows feet and softens the lines on your forehead so i let him do that every few months. But i look fucked up. Yeah i got a black eye from the laser and then like my entire neck is red and inflamed from the tiny needles that were shot with lecture into my neck. Oh you had it all on your neck to it's really painful and you do about three sessions there about forty minutes each so. It's pretty intense. But you do three sessions to see real results. But casey who i obviously trust with my life is convinced that this laser really producing credible results so i took his word for it without warning. I mean you face time to me. It looked lets. You had a filter on you know insane. You were so swollen immunize swell a lot. In general you had the besson's of humor about it. I mean really. all of these cosmetic procedures. The funny thing about them is every human body is different. And so you know you can go to talented practitioner and two people can get completely different results not because of bad work but just because who knows how your body's going to react to foreign substance being injected into it or how your skin sensitivity works or any of that so i know because i've been doing this for a while that i swell quite a bit but then it all goes down and i also know that i don't like filler under my eyes because it just makes me feel. I can't wait to all. The swelling goes down to see the results. Me to on new on daddy love you guys and we hope you will sign up for our patriotic on again patriot dot com slash eyewitness beauty support us in any way you can so that we can continue making this podcast again. This is not going into our pockets. This is literally just going into the production of the podcast. Eyewitness beauty is produced by jesmyn molly of plane armata. Our theme music is by danny present and our album cover. Art is by simon abramowicz. You can follow us on. Instagram eyewitness beauty in you can email us at high at i. Witness beauty dot com. You can leave a review for us on apple podcast. Five stars tell people like the show. And what you think they would like it but the most important thing that you can do is support us on patriot on you know the moment that we get to the point where we cover the cost of production will stop shoving patriot down your throats so if this is frustrating. That's your incentive exactly lake. 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REShow: Maclain Way - Hour 3 (08-06-21)

The Rich Eisen Show

53:30 min | 2 months ago

REShow: Maclain Way - Hour 3 (08-06-21)

"Hey basketball fans get excited for the tokyo olympics with peacock. The home for us. Men's basketball every us game is streaming live starting july twenty fifth to get started go to peacock tv dot com and sign up right. Now ladies and gentlemen drop might be your job everything. Ready is the rich eisen show with guest host. Ben lyons impactful. Dave roberts is stolen base nicholas platoons block against slovenia earlier on the show. Printing legend. Rich eisen boston. Red sox radio voice joe castiglione writer and director kannan coming up. Director mclean way and now sitting in for wrench. It's been lions. What is it that to say right. What is the tattoos on april. His music says best guys confirmed my friend that was japanese. His wife said it's perfect. I was so scared for a minute because it was like people get these tattoos and they could be wrong so i was like to ask. Your wife took a picture she goes. It says music. Ben lines in for rich on the rich eisen show. I remember the scene in funny people. When i think it's seth rogan. He's talking to aubrey plaza. They want to go to the concert. He says so. Do you like music. That's your line but apparently jut appetite stole that. From mike del tufo because in the ninety s era known for great sports and then i use it. Exactly thank you to foes is out there in jersey rolling up on people's saying hey check out my arm. Do you like music mixing down at the jersey shore before the jersey short line like a little bit deeper on this win. Did you get it. I got to tell you what i had known you. At least i five six seven years. Before i even knew the you you just popped open your shirt sleeve one day here a few years ago and i was like what does that on your arm. And you're like oh. I have a tattoo it says music and i'm like you want you'll be the last person on earth i would suspect i. I had a girlfriend that she was a big tattoo. She had sleeves and stuff and she's like get a tattoo. I went guy. She knew boom did it. You're like oh okay. Sure me was like what do you wanna do on it. Like i should get the established. Nineteen sixty six like Movies and television radio politics. Food mixing jiang. I wanted to pull telitha console when you to sit into flight and the screen comes up. You got your music options tv series. So i want to run this down like so. You're like okay. She convinced you to do it. And i went and did it and then you went and just immediately did it. Yeah no same day. We was over the northern anka's gotta make an appointment with this guy. Okay took all it took like a month or something and then so you said it's very large so you decided to go straight arm if you heading hidden under like a polo shirts. You didn't want like your shoulder or your leg or anything. Not everyone says the back years like really painful. You're you're looking at least pain possible. Exactly surprise you didn't go in and say i'll take the donnas hasson please and get the entire state of florida tattoo on your back. The true story. This is i ever got to a tattoo. Feel okay to tell this story today. Because it's his birthday. Shout to sean carey my oldest friend. Jacques street we were. Juniors in high school went downtown. We were very into chris. Herrod massachusetts four fall river gene rates. Great sports books of all time. We loved that story. Chris was a figure of inspiration for us. Showing up. uncle was an assistant coach on those fresno teams out there with jerry. Arcane at chris played on with rafer. Els rafe allston. Melvin eline some characters on those teams. So my buddy. Sean would go out in the summertime in high school and train with those guys and he gets a no chris erin. Wow so in high school. We thought it was a really good idea to go down to union square in new york city and find a tattoo parlor and get the chris herren tattoo now. I thought we thought it a good idea. But sean was the one gonna get the tattoo and again happy birthday. Jack streets his birthday and he got the chris herren tattoo which is his name in gaelic writing and a shamrock on his arm. But it turns out that. The tattoo. That sean god is old english writing. So it's not the exact same and then a four leaf clover which apparently irish people just are. Not fans at all so. It's kinda off hoops and twenty years later. I would have it. He showed that yet. Tattoo to chris herren and the look of horror on herons that he had inspired someone at a young age to make such a was horrifying then he was reminded that wow chris could have inspired some other poor decisions so there is the worst Other okay but it's always great when he busts out the Carries still hasn't even bother. You can get you can remove some process processed closed you ever think about it. Ever thought about it. Not once i. There's nothing. I want permanently on my body me out. I can't. I can't imagine not a big fan of the pain. I have no problem needles but not in. It wasn't as bad as he fought the idea of like all when to get this thing that's gonna take. I'm gonna just going to sit in this chair. Seven hours while they take that long depends what you're going to see some really good ones out in vegas. My favorite one was the chicken nugget on the forearm. And the barbecue sauce on the by sap so you would dunk the nuggets. That is fantastic. Those are. I'm actually like just the other day was the five year anniversary of the only tattoo i ever got so i got it five years ago like this week. So what'd you get the process. Now i told you guys before my nephew at nine years old passed away. So what happened is when he turned on his eighteenth birthday i went and got his name tattooed here boy split at two and his name tattooed here on my forearm emotional connecticut or something in your life that's part of your life journey and it was very challenging for you and still is to to this day. That's obviously very personal important or you can get music or i would tom brady. I should give on this arm. Because i love tom. Brady no stuff. We like tom brady the way you now loved the lakers. It was one of those. I remember going to forum. You know he would go. I am nate. Now's in beverly hills and see dr bazi jerry and all the gang. Linda rambiz all go down to the forum so many memories. Hang out there. The forum with diane sharon and jack. Every laker fan gives you the resume. Of course. i've learned that in my short time in los angeles is there for shocking kobe. I was there for the allieu. Apparently staple center holds a hundred thousand people. Do you know that the night that. Kobe scored sixty points in his last game. There are two hundred thousand people. Abel's one hundred and fifty thousand so true. The new york that used to be when we were because people would say they were everything like you into this. You went to that and back in the day. It was like do that. But i've been at every it's like i don't lie about it. I have proof. I feel like with tattoos. We used to have our cats more people in the studio nick. Casey where the camera guys they've got a bunch of weird tax guys crew guys are always gonna be crew guys have a lot more than music on their arms. I also feel like the human beings who can wear shorts in january in new york. And it's all good. I don't know how would have a few. And then i saw all of a sudden it'd be like pete davidson. I would just have all these weird things like bought a being or like the the junk man he'd be like jr smith having deceptive con on his chest right. Or like abraham lincoln mattaya polish. Cross my neck. Get all this wheeling who has Who has the moji though. Look the one hundred emoji. Like i feel like that would start how this is awesome. Let's go get that. Like the looking. At the caddyshack trivia thing i would get the gopher back england it has a real connection to your journey to your path to the souls in this universe who have connected with yours. That's a beautiful thing like you don't like The the girlfriend names other than mom is fine. Dad mom like his amway member like girlfriends last. You're going to be getting that ink. I would have to gotta removed. I mean years ago. When i was still living in pittsburgh i decided i was going to get a to remember mad line. Of course. I didn't take absolutely mad. Line his his album cover. Was this line. Because i'm a leo. This line with this wild maine. And he's got a gold tooth and smoking a he smoking cigar and so i was going to get that mad. Lions tattoo on my casper. So i go. I'm in pittsburgh on carson street on the south side me and my boy gary go into this tattoo. Placers one tattoo guy. We sat in for like half an hour in that thirty minutes. Gave me time to think about it. And i'm like do. I really love this much strategy but then anton instead or should i go with mad lion. What was going to be mad. Learned of j. rue the damage. It you know. But i go with from that guy's doing well first time in history richeisenshow of the damage mention jay. That is oh pro. J. heads blase. Blase guy accuses in the house. Yes in the house so my blase blase whole john. Wallace and the weight l. mcguire doing the dance after. We'd be georgia. How at that time that there was a record that was hot. New york syracuse. When great run ninety six national championship game john wallace. They came out with the in the house. Shirts really great enterprise. They had gone to their name. Image and likeness hashtag accuses in the house so my syracuse tweets. Just the other day when behind army won the tbt. What's up shoutout. Eric stephen door so blase blase. Yeah there you go. ill remember. That team had the thin. Kim strapped beard back then otis hill on one of the is like one of the all time greatest college players in my memory just college so we went to the league or anything like that but certain guys you know you think of ed coda hydro at kota. Yeah you know. She holloway seton hall. Certain guys who in my eyes are just such hooper's but never made it all the way you know going back home in the nba. Homecoming of sorts. Iggy bay equal. Technically home is philly. We had him. I got finals. Mvp in golden state entrepreneur. Scratch golfer in the bay. Didn't learn how to get up. And down from the rough out and philadelphia. Learned that out in southern california andrea del. It's a nice pickup. If you've got some left in the tank for them i think that's the golden stake. They didn't really do much the big question. How much does he have left. Not sure but golden state Didn't add a lot. They kept their draft picks. I think they're just re really relying on clay coming back. And wiseman developing. He had a late season injury but coming back as well lose nami poppy by they develop jordan pool and they look to get clay back healthy staff. Of course the extension don't sleep on golden state all of a sudden and they've got some flexible deals you package wise men and wiggins might be able to go out and get something. They lost jaren collins as an assistant coach. I was bummed to see that jaren One of the great guys in the nba heading down in new orleans. We just saw have to pray to the basketball. God's klay thompson can stay healthy. Oh goodness oh my god just not good for the game. When you got a guy that now i do enjoy his videos kayaking in this airplane cisco was living. I asked to practice. His father is one of the most fascinating people on the planet on a national level. How interesting michael. Kayaks to practice. Yeah you haven't seen the video guys. This is what we do here on this show. Google k. klay thompson kayaking to practice. Just like i'd hop in and take you know. Go down lincoln. You take ten minutes you get to work. He'd hop in his kayak paddle to the rita's right there on the water Kayaking to practice michael thompson. This this video is ties. From march thirtieth. Twenty twenty one on youtube klay thompson kayaks to practice again but gets derailed by some scary missed in the bay. That's not a. That's not click bait. Then i don't know what is back loading so it's like i said the other day guys warriors fourth best championship odds for twenty twenty one. Twenty two ten to one bringing andre iguodala a champion as a situational defender a couple of series to throw somebody out labron in western conference finals. You need if mellow goes unconscious. Mellows like eight of nine for three. I guess we'll put an iggy. I breaking emerge in case of emergency. I guess you know speaking the warriors going to a movie tip tonight for the next three days in gardenia. They're showing the warriors in the drive in theater in allie. Considering going one of these wars the old school warriors. Yeah here's another thing to put into your google machine because he can find this one. Jeffrey lyons destroying warriors in his review from the x. In one thousand nine hundred seventy eight or whenever that came on wearing a very loud monkey warriors blazer he goes in on the warriors. I love pulling out my dad's old movie review that he just completely missed the mark. Why was he not into hoes. Offended the violence these people in the straw. He's all in not into it at all review on the. What is your dad's biggest swing and miss the warriors. That's a good one i got. I got to think of the digging. I know says on the box for joanna literally on the box for joanna man because he liked it. You loved it larry. I think your dad was a missed because he thought eighty six red sox world series one muscle man that is standing up in orlando as he was knocked down. Hope you had a good sleep in the shower that pass out in the shower. Finding my father passed out of the shower after the bill. Buckner game definitely meeting bigger on the box for joanna man in cocktail as well which i don't think so miss. He does say totally entertaining. And i saw that was. I guess he was right. Nobody remote drop every day cocktails remote drop. I would've loved to have been a film jimmy. I would have fun. I envy your father because that would like town you balance out that other bicep. Vip music ben move. Look at movies. Yeah you know we have a little talk. We've spoken a lot since you've been here last week's about your dad but you never really. I mean we know but you've never really come out and said it is that your dad does in. This seems like the perfect opportunity to dad's flu critic in new york for over forty five years reviewed over ten thousand movies covered broadway as well as interviews written seven books including a new baseball book about the red sox history of every great player every position. Boston red sox history. So he's the most interesting man in the world which is amazing. Considering never drinks alcohol that he was too high. So dos real dose akis man and and doesn't throw them back But yeah he's seventy six years old and being like what. Time is the fast nine screening we should all be rich would say a lead pipe. Welding professionals grew up on his father. We talked about that very very excited to have on our next guest way. He's part of this incredible new series. That's dropping next week on netflix. it's called untold. Too great series of sports documentaries. I had the chance to watch the one about the malice at the palace. There's one about your golfing buddy. Mardy fish there brockman l. This is going to be really talked about next week. So we're excited to have mac on this week. You're on the rich eisen show. Don't go anywhere. Hey basketball fans. If your pump for the tokyo olympics as we are you're going to want to sign up for peacock the streaming service from nbc universal peacock is the home for us men's with every olympic game streaming live get excited by checking out a behind the scenes. Look at this all star team with the peacock original docu series for ball and country. This six part series gives you courtside seats to the two thousand twenty one training camp in las vegas watches. Kevin durant damian. Lillard jason tatum and others fight for the team's fourth consecutive gold medal. Plus take a stroll down memory lane with never before seen footage of former olympic players from the iconic dream team and redeem team. 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Chairing because the game is not going on america. You hit me. I wanted not direction. John green was solely run in a kind of like. Oh i hope don't around doesn't think as me right so so the diaries hand because he john green fifty dollars and he hit me so was just drunk having fun which everybody does that silly things but you know cost me. It cost me tons and tons of millions of dollars. But your friends with the guy who who hit you with the beer. Absolutely this is a reason why this is the reason. Why reach out to him. Because i i don't like to hold grudges you know. And then also and this life is bigger than getting hit with a cup of bear against the spending losing tens and tens of millions of dollars and You know life is bigger than that you understand and things happen and move on how did you. How'd you find him hundred. Find well when i got suspended from abroad everybody hated me. I was still young. You know in my own mind. I had like three four personalities at that age or herring things. I was just going crazy at that age. And then i'll say you know. I need to get rid of this. I need to feel better by myself. So i reached out to go on twitter. I said hey if anybody could find his pitcher. I'll take you to lunch. I didn't put the name. Because it was john green and i didn't want people to think rana tested reach out to john. Green started five. You know so. I'll put the picture up. And this guy said i know who that is as john and he found him for me. He gave me his number. I called the number from direct message and said this number has been changed. And then it gives you the right number right so and so i don't make no sense why they do that back in the days right suber your not cold call the number i said his ron can i speak to john. His wife insist and she says after she says. Stop playing games. I said serious. This is run and then she said. Hey john ron's on the phone right like we are friends. It's a funny story. I wish we could have found it. John answers the phone and this is this the guy who threw the cup at me. I can see why he's crazy. He answers the phone says. Hey ron what's up. Like he knows me you understand. Hey what's up. How you doing very sorry right away. It was me like he just knew me. I would have i would. I would have paid anything here. that kind. It was amazing. It was and he said you know what i'm sorry about what happened. Did he told me the story about the bed which lyle like. It made me feel so much better about that situation. Gray run our tests shopping. It up with rich is in back in the day. On the rich eisen show ben lines in for rich and i remember watching the malice at the palace live watching the game cranes unfolding and then all chaos broke loose and it's one of the wildest things to ever happen during my lifetime a sports fan and it is one of the incredible documentaries that are part of this five part docu series event on netflix called untold and the footage that they're able to on earth at the nba had never allowed to be seen again or out. There is just incredible. They're five great documentaries in this first batch and we're joined now by the curator and the filmmaker behind several of them. Makwei joins us show. It's great to have you on man. Congratulations on this thing. Finally coming out. We've been hearing rumblings about it in hollywood for a long time. How do you feel that we're on the verge of untold finally being shared with the world. It is exciting. It it it it. Has i feel like that is if we have any rumors about our show is always the which is like man. This is still the same one you guys are working on. It was like yeah man one But no we are like unbelievably thrilled and excited to finally get these out. Can't wait for tuesday for our mouths in the past episode drop. It's gonna be fun. I remember we first connected at sundance for the battered bastards of baseball right and then you went on and did this incredible series wild wild country which is just so fascinating and then now you have this project and honestly it was kind of like the great white whale this ideal though. The way brothers are doing this. Sports thing with netflix. And nobody really knew what it was. Everybody was fans of your previous work. But what was it about this series. What was it about this approach to having multiple stories That really grabs you and inspired you as a filmmaker. Yeah absolutely kind. Kinda nailed it. You know our first dock with on a netflix documentary on a minor league. Baseball called the portland mavericks that my grandfather had owned that was really our debut documentary in our first documentary and then we kind of right after that jump headfirst into something that was like one hundred eighty degrees in the different direction. You know the brush per annum story of this cult that had built this hundred billion dollar utopian city in oregon and kind of ignited warfare out there and then that came out. You know like a lot of options. I think truthfully we're probably pitched like every colts story under the sun so after a while the kind of our i started glaze over a bit but sports is just like we're huge fans. Sports documentaries huge sports. hands ourselves I was a very mediocre left handed baseball pitcher that topped out at like seventy eight miles an hour. So maybe there was some wish fulfillment on my part to to get to talk to real professional athletes and work with them And that's a great partnership like basically we started out with our mardy fish documentary but ultimately just expanded it into a five five sports documentary films volume one And we wanted to kind of make a big splash stocks and see if we can add something. The conversation between way joins the show the emmy winning producer and director. part of this new series untold for netflix. Ben lines in rich on the rich eisen show are super producer. Chris brockman as a mardy fish connection. Yet it's not great. It's not great mardy fish. Is you know phenomenal golfer. In addition to being a at accomplish tennis player played in a charity tournament with marty a couple years ago he singlehandedly lettuce the first place which was a free travel bag awesome. I my first mardy fish story. is that I was like all right. Let's meet up and he's like great. Let's go to cap. Sue and brentwood. I ate lunch there every day. And i was like. Maybe he's been like a little hyperbolic but like we go in and the place isn't even open it feels like they've like specifically open it for him and he gets to order the mardy fish role. He has his own sushi. Roll named after him at that cats. Pretty blown away But he's been unbelievably fun guy to work with Our connection with him is like a weirdly. Are high one of our best buddies from high. School is the american Tennis player sam query. And we don't talk about this often but we were embarrassingly a part of the samurai which was sam queries fan group. We follow sam around at tennis tournaments and cause a bunch of problems. And we had a lot of ruckus but we got to know. Mardi a bit there. We're super excited partner with him on this one back way joins the show. I was saying before you jumped on. I had a chance to watch the mouse at the palace one. I love documentaries. That i think going into them. I know everything about it. I remember watching it live. I know run our test. I've talked to steven jackson about this. I'm a basketball historian. I know this but you're able to show us different sides of these men different sides of this story that i found myself just connected to it in a completely different way. What was it about this story. That obviously inspired you as a filmmaker but what challenges were there when you knew there are guys in the audience like me. Who are like wait a minute. I know everything about this already. Yeah for sure. It's a great question. And like ultimately. I think it came down to a couple of things. One was just like our faith i it's similarly like i remember when mouse and the palace happened. It's one of the few sports events that you can kind of share those stories about with other people about where you were and what you were doing when it all happened so really it started with our conversations with germaine o'neil who really wanted ha ha ha had wanted to do something on this for years And it's really kind of where the theme of untold came from. And i feel like the the the subtext to untold is. It's not necessarily that. These sorts sports stories haven't been covered like they've been covered and talked about for sure. But at least we'll talking germain and having faith in him and ron and steven jackson that they hadn't been told through like dare. Pov's like their perspective. And that doesn't necessarily mean that we did these puff pieces or anything but we definitely tried to like edit score. Put the audience on the journey through their lands. And that's what. I'm super proud about. I think the other thing that just drew us to this is just like the unaired footage we were able to get We were luckily filed a freedom of information act like the auburn hills police department and they have all these camera angles. That were fascinating. I never seen on youtube and it was good quality And at that point we felt like all right. We have like some pre awesome unaired footage. That's never been seen. We have these great characters who are willing to be like raw uncensored vulnerables sometimes like at times they admit fault but at times they feel like a lot of blame dot putting on them as well and felt like all right. We have enough magic here to go make some special mcelwain joins the show until the new documentary series on netflix. From years next week finally after many years in the works. You hear rumblings about in hollywood for a long time all the way brothers. They're working on this new untold thing. Now it's finally coming out one of the stories centers on caitlyn jenner. And i would imagine. It's a challenge as a filmmaker with a subject like that to put the story to bed. Because i feel like she's in the news continuing to make news every week now What was it about her story that she really wanted to shine a light on. Because there's obviously so much there when you're talking about caitlin jenner. Yeah you know the interesting about caitlin is like a. she's one of the few. You know i- conic celebrities. I think in our country were different. Generations have so many different. I don't know if Opinions is the right word but just different like a different content. School ization for her. You know like For someone like my father or my mother like they remember kaitlyn in nineteen seventy six montreal games you know destroying decathlon over forty eight hours breaking the world record winning gold and then i our generation like honestly like it was more of a keeping up with the kardashians like reality tv star like i had some understanding of what she accomplished at the games but didn't really have a full. You know idea of what that story was similarly. I mean it. It's not the most exciting answering the world but ultimately like we went to the. I o see the olympic committee and they just had like thirty hours of like this esteemed sixteen millimeter film. Following jenner around at the games We approach caitlyn and talk to her and she kind of expressed you know Similar things what. I talked about which is like hey for for the idea for her to go back and talk about the blood sweat and tears and athletic performance and what she did to win golds with our footage. Felt like you know man. This is a great opportunity to kind of almost reconceptualise. One of the most famous people in our countries origin story so to speak way joins the show the series is untold ben. Lyons for rich on the rich eisen. Show one of the five that are coming out in this first bundle. You had a chance to direct along. Chapman called crime and penalties. Tell me about this one. This one is is is one of our favorites. It i i say with a smile on my face and giggling my voice because totally it's different. It's it's i think it's probably most comical documentary. We've ever made which it can be tough to pull those off But it's essentially about a man named jimmy galante. Who was the math. A huge waste hauling figure on the east coast. Rumors abound that twenty. Soprano was based off of him And he has this son named jake similar to the show And aj was this high school obsessed hockey player and in the last game of his high school career. He rips his knee tears. Acl and can never play hockey again. And so what does jimmy. His father do He buys him a minor league hockey team in the united hockey league. Of course there called the danbury trashes because of jimmy's waste hauling business And he instilled seventeen year old son. Ha as the president and general manager. And it's usually at that point that i like to say and madness ensues. They were that they were the self titled batboys the hockey they basically stacked team with bruisers and bullies and enforcers and they just Violently beat up on teams and one games. And i don't want to give away the ending of the dog too much. But the federal government comes in gets involved and ultimately the team is disbanded by the federal government. Which i don't think has happened too often in professional sports so For us it was just too good story and characters and guys just to to fun to Too much not to work with corruption. The federal government hockey. You've got mike del. Tufo ten bucks man infos all in the battered. Bastards of baseball is one of my favorite sports. Docs in recent memories. I mentioned that we connected out at sundance when you guys premiered the film. It's been a few years now as you've been talks of maybe a scripted version of the story. I feel like it's so ripe for a continuation of this world because it's really unique time in baseball history man. I'd be the first one to buy a ticket and go see it. I would love for a scripted remake. A batter bassett's back. Like you said. I love those characters. I love that setting north west nineteen seventies. The ballparks that these guys would play and they'd take a bus to these games and they ultimately just kind of lived a dream as live their dream on like a low level of professional baseball With really out any gr- you know dreams or illusions that they would make it to the big leagues but they still find a lot of happiness. I would love to see it. Get made i we i out of sundance. We had partnered with a company that had bought the scripted rights and tried to get into development. It's it's it's crazy you know. We're we're on the documentary world. And i think like ninety percent of the reason why we're in that world because we can just go get our cameras. Go call people. Go find interviews. Go get archive footage and we can make these things scripted. World's a lot lot more pieces to navigate their But at the end of the day we'd love to see that made last thing i'll leave. Us you mentioned the idea of as documentary filmmaker feeling empowered. We don't need to play the hollywood game he can just go out there and shoot something. Now that you've immerse yourself in. The world of sports is five. Part series makes its debut next week another five episodes to come hopefully by the end of the year or very soon. Are you trying to do something completely out of sports next or you now fully in great engulfed in the world of sports storytelling. You see that for your next project as well. That's a great question. I think that like we chase the stories. I you know i i do think with with with untold Were really excited to hopefully build something here that that that that splashes in and that people dive into and watch the super excited volume one and volume two and as long as it works for. Netflix will keep making these for for definitely a long time. definitely with the i five and and and still working on it today We're very hands on. We had a great team of collaborators directors and editors and producers that really all pull together But yeah no. I think i i. I think we're excited still. Keep our hand in this in this little Sports industry but hopefully Also find other stories that need to be told because we'd be ripped always really excited to go that as well as someone who's a fan of your work and just a fan of the genre of sports storytelling. I'm so excited for this to finally becoming out after all these years. So congratulations and shake things. Time ma'am of course. Thanks so much. Revenue mac way joining the show part of the behind untold. Which will be a huge deal on netflix. When a job next week. I know we're a little early on on the rich eisen show and these films haven't come out yet but trust me when you see the documentary about the mouth of the powis. You'll connect to that event in a different way and i think that's the great thing about sports storytelling is that we know these games. We have relationship. We think with these players but then a great filmmaker can show us a different side of a great sporting moment or an athlete. Who's impacted us and it has us as fans connect too much deeper thoughtful way so looking forward to audiences seeing that and we've got some celebrity birthdays coming up to round out the show. Plus tj is going to break down one of the great moments of this year's olympic games when we came in this morning this dude. Put me onto something that i said. Wow that's with. The olympics is all about del. Tufo shocked j.'s. Actually contributing to be right back. Where do you wear medals and you keep them nearby. The first couple of weeks and months because a lot of people do do like the them. I wouldn't say. I take him to the grocery store on a regular basis. And you kinda gave michelle to foia some side. I when she suggested that maybe this was your last olympics. I love michelle. And i've always had my my i spent on paris than I think i've been pretty clear about that over the past several years. I have my goal yet for paris. All i know. I want to be there and i want to compete. Say but for right now. Nobody tokyo point twenty one thinking beside johnson. Who watches dad shirtless. Celebrate the milwaukee bucks win. What was that like for. You might have to get them ata. So i don't know the eleven by now he might get banned too good for sixty five. So did you reach that point when you like. Let me see if i can take the for most of my life. Dad wasco when i was like thirteen fourteen giving a bucket giving them now. Work one on one thankfully thankfully His parents and did a great job of documenting all his game. So i'm giving you know everybody in the league buckets doctor. Jay black korean shot with got on his phone. Now remember other. Brian came to play to ucla. People ron i pull back with him. Block and kareem. This o'brien yesterday came out of the restroom again. Beautiful facilities here. At the rich eisen studios had everything needed and the world has changed at them. Aside with the lakers by purple and gold jersey. now look at the instagram with the lakers l. I moved to los angeles right around the time with kirk gibson. Hit that home. Run by brian. And i at the time. We made our money to cross country gambling on the mets in eighty eight. I had just gotten a divorce and had bad numbers on every street corner in new york and he goes. Hey let's move to la. I i went okay. We've got ceased to the mention dodgers day lost so i dropped it all whatever i had left on oakland in game one then i always ask. Why why after thousand off and couldn't catch up to ten straight fastballs. Did you throw him back. Door slider no one can answer that. Not even with gipson one hand honest dodgers one and i was broke and that's my first week in. La well established that this was a one off. You know i got a. I got a call from jason music. Visit soccer thing. And like if we do we get to go to england for three whole days and then they gotta fly out to a divorcee primarily game later when the season starts oh great this is the best gig ever. They really liked. It apparently did very well for them so they come back to another one the next year and by that point then we really starting to like it like this is just flat out fun to do and jason really clearly loves his character and we just wanted to find a way to keep doing it. Six months after that you're in london again for substantially longer than three days. You're on the show filling in for rich rich of course part of all the festivities happening this week. It out and ken charles woodson weekend. They're calling in ohio. what a what. A great opportunity for the state of ohio essentially just to say. I'm sorry the charles. Isn't that great charles woodson backout. First time i oh i met charles woodson was at the old was. Nfl network on the old show before we were over here Just doing the regular podcast. you know been with visual long-time so charles woodson comes in rich go. Oh hey this is my buddy chris. He's a patriots fan. Charles sits down and goes well. What is he doing here. Then charles woodson still not over the tuck rule fumble love it. I love. I give a lot of these. Mba guys their props for their love of vineyards wine and grape crushing graves by charles has been on the crush grapes intercept wine. Four man also has a lines also as other words. Yeah whiskey almost so good. Yeah had a chance to play in. Charles woodson Wine tournament which was a lot of fun out there. It's silverado. Nothing like getting a bunch of x. raiders and free wine together good players and fans charles aside. Don't don't really strike me as wine. So some guy like standing in the gallery painted face silver and black like smelling. Hey charles what kind of aging process is there on the cabernet here. Tens of the tan tan talk raider nation. That weekend at the charles woodson. I love coming in the show early. Because you guys you such a great job giving me prepared for the show. You know we're going over information stories numbers. Tj says to me. Hey you see what happened in wrestling. And knowing this crew often like the friday was thursday night raw like wrestling talking stone cold comeback. No i'm not interested But what happened in the world wrestling. Yesterday we'll just first of all thursdays belong to impact wrestling just so you know in case you were wondering that the watch my boys. The good brothers. Get busy last night but no gable. Stevenson states heavyweight wrestler. Out of the university of minnesota. He's a guy who's been pretty famous and well known since. I believe he was in high school. When i you know. His name image likeness. I'm sure is going to blow up. But he pulled off something that i was going to go down as one of the all time. Great buzzer-beaters in history. He was wrestling a guy from georgia. Not the state georgia but the country of georgia and with ten seconds remaining. He was down in the match. Basically this guy scored with one second left one second left match over and he wins the gold medal for america in olympic wrestling. In you know it was pretty amazing to sit there and watching you know. I'm still not that sure. I remember back in high school during gym class. We used to have like a week or two weeks of wrestling off the worst fall. And what was actually worse for me. Was we lineup. Alphabetic order my buddy. Tj hallman who another tj. Who's like the star wrestler on. The team would always be standing next to me in every morning when gym class started. He just kind of reached over and tap me on my shoulder. Let me know all right. I'm thinking you get this. So changing mario me take a star wrestler on the team. So i i literally got twisted up like a pretzel everyday for about three weeks. Jim about the The head of athletics. They're saying singlets put them pellets. Pair them up and wrestling by alphabetical order. Not by size. No and i got up by. Ben you guys are going to rescue and you. You got ben by fifty pounds but You guys will figure it out. But yeah gable stevens. It's incredible beater win doesn't highlight and and what i was telling you. This guy now has options and like what does gable steve sindhu now. It's been on the wwe's radar for years. So does he turned into kurt. Angle who know twenty five years ago one olympic medal with broken reconnect as he turned into henry so who go to the ufc. Or does he does. He go the traditional route or to musical theater. Is i wouldn't say that in front of him ben. I wouldn't call it musical theme that's what it is. Come on man. let's give them a little bit more. No i live a lot of people punch you in the geysers real. I'm at the idea of g-go hollywood and be an action star pop up fast ten expendable or go to route where you're actually like continue to compete. And also there's another way like anyone knows carlton haselrig. Who is actually my god system michelle's husband who unfortunately passed away last year six time. Ncaa division two in division one heavyweight wrestling champion got drafted by the pittsburgh steelers after not playing college football and made the pro bowl and third year. So gable has options man he could go the ufc wwe or maybe try the nfl routes. Can you imagine a war room on draft night in the nfl. fifth round. We go to this with lineman who is alabama. How about the wrestler. Who's never played football. I do she go with him but who won the gold medal. That's interesting dogfight. Rounds round. Like i said carlton became a pro bowl guard in his third season for the steelers. You know this. It's going to be interesting to see what the olympics last night for. show. I appreciate you sharing me. Real wrestling highlights production meeting. We've got some fun birthday today. Brockman when we got History fara history ninety three fugitive release. Which obviously we love. That film was a lot of scary scenes in daylight hours. Hard to do most scary movies. It's at nighttime. There are few in the fugitive. Obviously but when it's daylight out and you're terrified that always gets you kidding me when he's going through the one armand's apartments wasn't me it was the one are may light our daylight here. I think that's the cover of the the red box. Addition nineteen ninety nine guys to six cents all man another movie. Download that movie. No he hates that movie. I see dead people who shot up. They six that is on the list of one of my dad's lease favorite movie. A movie not really watchable. You can only watch that once once you know wing. No that's not true. chris. You gotta watch morris because once you figure out what happened at the end then you go back and you start to pick up everything. Yeah oh where he was like. That is a movie you have to watch it. Minimum m night had so much success with that film that basically bought him ten more chances to make a great. Yes and it's a good business to be in. Sometimes it doesn't work al lady the water. Sometimes it does work outside so you know so. You look filmmaker. He did something great once. I'll give you ten chances to go again. I see old because the premise looks wild. Yeah i knew. I knew he was. You did not you need to actively figure it out and be a step ahead of twist rather than anyone could also people by the way the movie with the biggest twist for you. What was the biggest surprise ending for you guys to sled that. At the end of eddie. The knicks won the playing the hornets. One again actually madder. They went onto the nba playoffs. I think it was a one game playoff coach or they don't show you an eddie is at the big game in the end. It comes down to well. The knicks beat the hornets for a chance to go to the playoffs to the eight seed and they got swept by the bulls. Verifier migas forty eight. Today was just watching up in the news. I like very for megan. She had she's had a great career and she was so good film. That film changed the way i travel. I'm on a mission to collect miles. All i'm consumed with or care about is getting out. Sam elliott to come out of pilot as a pilot and give me a little card. Sit down and congratulations. you're talion mom. I thought it was like be careful who you meet on the road because they might have a family and not really wanting to have a relationship stare having that diamond staticy. Yeah that's all i care about. But that's terrific. Great the admiral guys david robinson fifty six years young. It looks like he probably still play right. Built a great career from self after basketball huge real estate developer and he's got a bunch of schools and dave robinson and what a surprise a leader off the court after his career and probably the one of the great nicknames that slept on the admiral like he does he deserved that earned that yet. no. I wasn't really cool. And the admiral i love it was junior turns forty today. Welcome to the club. Leslie dudes talented. This is right. Yeah we've had him on before. Yeah you got him onto. Please tell me haven't had him onto host because probably have them again next week if you had your choice all right breaking news Leslie juniors junior year Didn't have every single job in show business so you want to the rich eisen show next week guys ginger spice mike. I know your favorite of the spice girls. Forty nine years young today. I was wondering only got starstruck at a club. Tj when. I was out in london one night. We had a table and ginger spice sat next to us the table. 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. 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Katie Thurston's "Sex Positive" Bachelorette Season Kicks Off, Kourtney Kardashian Tells Why She's Not With Scott  Daily Pop 06/08/21

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Katie Thurston's "Sex Positive" Bachelorette Season Kicks Off, Kourtney Kardashian Tells Why She's Not With Scott Daily Pop 06/08/21

"Mark zuckerberg told the new yorker. The new source he definitely follows is tech name so listen to the tech. Neem ride home. Podcast the podcast anyone. Who's anyone in. Silicon valley listens to every day in just fifteen to twenty minutes. You get a rundown of what happened. In the world of tech with all the headlines context commentaries and tweets from all the biggest players new episodes every day at five pm eastern. Search your favorite podcast app for ride home and subscribe to the tech meam ride home. Podcast the bachelorette drama is going next level. Do i continue here or do. I just leave now. An insider is here to tell us what really goes down on the show. Then courtney finally reveals why. She's not with scott. Is you ever. Just say hey. It's never going to happen. But i don't know that it's never going to. She's plus the mon miles makes history again but it's her boyfriend. Who's giving her real competition. We definitely newly get in fights all the time about which sport is harder than just makes us angry. You turn off to talk about but we're always supporting each other are getting wild on the bachelorette. Y'all got welcome to daily pop and guess what we've got. Some crazy kardashian. Confessions for you all coming up. Morgan is off today. And justin sylvester is in new york right now co hosting the today. Show our stall proud of him. We've been watching the life in new york. He is killing it right now. Justin if you watched the show just what we were all watching it. We were late to set because we wanted to watch you hosting but don't worry we're going to check in with him very soon later on during the show. So i'm holding down here in l. a. and with me is ken whitley and podcast and television host. Toby gonzalez salon decided that. You're and i hope you already because we've got a lot to talk about especially when it comes to the bachelorette katie season premiere last night on abc. And if you thought that was wild well y'all have not seen anything yet. My god. I'm a little bit late to this. But katie is the one so i just have to show up do cayman cut in line. I can't believe here. Then you need to get the f out of my way. I would not tell the guys. I didn't come here for the bromance. I came here for followers. Figured this quick sachs's not something. I take lightly. I'm losing you. I'm leaving my mind here. I came here to do. I continue here or do. I just leave now. I'm done. i'm done. I'm done now. These super teases kit crazier every single season. I think the question everyone wants to know is why is there always so much drama. Have we been conditioned to expect this level of drama on the bachelorette and we think anything less as boring lots. That is a lot. I mean y now all of a sudden the minnow cry. The women crying now the is is. What's there's a lot of unnecessary tier. Oh it's amazing. I love it all bring on tears. The trauma the virgins give the everything. He's very cute. By the way what is sex positive katie. Sound good. I only yeah. It just means that. She's super comfortable with their sexuality. She owns it. She's not shy about what her needs are sexually that she's not going to hide it or pretend to be something that she is yada sex toy at the very first Introduction chris was contested the bachelorette. Just put it out there. Like out of the gates. You this is who i am and owned it so i love that i think well it's a lot of drama but knowing that katie did show up with vibrator on the last season. There's a virgin in the mix. Do you think she'll even give him a fair chance. Or if somebody like katie. Who is so sex positive. Who's been so open about how important sex is do. We think she's already ruled him out. I look at it like a challenge. I'm like ooh really. So you're like a man mean. Yeah you it'd be mine i am. I'm more of the masculine energy. That's a challenge. I like a challenge. Yes she probably will. But that's fine. You'll be version. Just don't be the virgin with us please. To space easy for somebody else you have to talk about. Last night is blake By the way he is tasteless ex boyfriend and she is one of the co host on the show. Run out of there. There's so many people that could be on this show. Where do we find. Blake and blake. You heard him say in that saying that he thinks katie is the one tae show was just the one and now katy is the one. I have a feeling that instagram fame is. His true partner in life is why he is on the show like he has. Yes the wrong motivations. But don't you find that a lot of these contestants go on for reasons other than loves i did. I just hear in that preview that he w- somebody said they're on their for followers. Did they actually said it. Out loud kind of respect that i where i'll tell you why i respect i do. It's the truth and he just put it out there. He's like listen i'm here. I'm here for the followers. There's a lot of money to be made for these contestants in life post bachelor so at least is being honest like some of these other guys. I feel like are just pretending to be there. At least it's an honest one. Well i mean you can be honest. But then why why. Am i going to take a chance on you right. Say that i love you just the followers because she's saying she's looking for real love real sex so you know i think every season you're right they have to to keep up the ratings of the keep you know. Of course the people involved in it. You have to have something because that trailer made me want to watch. I'm like this gotta see. I can't wait. You ever edits those trailers use laws. Yes the editors at abc because he makes you wanna watch the entire season start to fit. Okay yeah we are gonna talk courtney kardashian. She has finally revealed the reason. She isn't with scott. Listen to what she told him. And chloe and scott and i broke up that certain boundaries with him i told him like i'm not just sitting around. I'm living my life and you're working on you. And like he never been better. but you're so inconsistent. The i need to see if like you can be consistent. Scott's made so many major like life improvements and he is such a great dad and he now look. I'm really proud of him but the biggest thing is just having consistency is you've ever just say the hell pay. It's never gonna happen. But i don't know that it's never going to happen. She's saying it's never going to happen right now until you can show me for one year you can get your together so it sounds like she's not ruling out forever. Which i know kris jenner is very happy about her. Sisters are happy about and fans are. But she's so happy now with travis. I love the two of them together. I think they're a perfect match. Do we think that it is now too late for scott. Heck yes we turn the page next chapter. You've moved on. I've moved on from scott. I feel like she's moved on from scott. Everybody's moved on from scott except for her family just like read the room. Your your your your daughter. Your sister your cut. She doesn't want to be with him. There's obviously something that makes her choose not to be with him so we have to be supportive of each other. I feel like they're just fighting with scott because he's like desperado. Always there will always be what scott's gonna be they're going to be a blended family. He has the children with the kardashians are definitely a tight. Knit family They do everything together. So you know. it's going to be there. What she gets even marries travis that he is going to be the he's going to be there at christmas is going to be there so she talks about how inconsistent scott which. I think we've all seen play out over the last decade or whatever it is but one thing that is very consistent about scott is that he has a thing for much much younger women and like. I don't know why we don't talk about that to me. Like this is a photo that he just posted of amelia to his instagram. So she is nineteen years old thirty eight years old and i am very triggered by his choice to date much younger women. Sophia was also. I think fifteen years younger than him i think courtney is not saying is that to her showing up like that with such younger girls. I think that feels inconsistent to me. It feels like you've got a lot of growth. Did you mean you're thirty. Eight your father of three. You're dating and nineteen year old and not that age matters. But at that particular point in your life like go back to being nineteen years old right and i think she also feels like how would you go and date a child or someone that age and then also like say that you wanna be with. This doesn't match up. Like i'm a grown ass woman and you're going to go back and david like a very young but it also deals with these about that you know that will. She went back with scotch. He's always going to be thinking in her mind. You know yeah good enough. I'm not really young. I'm getting older. I've had children and all of that. She doesn't need that she's beautiful and she can win. Of course she's in love with someone else right now but let's all just accept the fact that scott is going to be there forever get married have children what she said she called him a great dot and i think that that is separate from whatever he's doing in his private life because you can dating whoever you want to date but you can show up every day for your kids and be a good dad and be a good partner who your baby mamas. Whatever that is. I think those things are separate but i will say to me like i raise an eyebrow every time i see those posts and i'm sorry i wish you wear. He's at in his own maturity and in his mind. That's where there might be for him to feel secure as a man and i ju- scott is way cuter now than he was when he was younger. True he's getting better and better so fine while his attitude molly grow in the series finale of keeping up with the kardashians airs. This thursday night at eight pm right here on okay. It is time to check in with justin. He may time for us this morning. He is joining us from my favorite city in the world. new york. Just everyone here is asking how you are. And i say she's great she's waterland and teepees piece outfit in holding down the fort for me. I have to say we were all watching you. Kim was almost late to set in trance by you on the show with john. Please tell everyone at the show that i say. Hello but tell us everything. What was the best part of this morning. Being next bush hager. She is so amazing so delightful coasting with a girlfriend. You haven't seen in three months off phenomenon and the crew here. I know we have the best crew in los angeles. But i think today has the best crew new york it's phenomenal. There's a fight words. Everyone in the studio. Tom com through that camera. And get you crew and your crew in new york very careful very by the way if you have time. Make sure. Genetics you out for some guac margarita. She's my texas girl. Ono basic margaritas on said jackson green line in the morning. We wanted you to take a daily bob ma to set to represent for us. When you're there. I got to me out. Totally put my margherita that. I love justin. Judy how excited everyone was. I'm not here all the time. But i heard all the bustling you hit air. Tomlin's yelling in the hallway. Just getting their cameras. So then okay. I said okay incident. I got my you recording you on television. Everybody with their fall. I was like we're so proud of you and you did a job. I felt the love. Although we hear. I feel like i'm doing this with everybody there. Because we have all been on this ride together for five years and i swear i feel like i just won miss. Usa everybody's crown at this point so that's why do you have a wedding ring on. Let's talk about that. My right hand take off now. Some people don't know right from that. This is a whole new audience posted. I mean listen we know you have your stands for daily pop but the today show that the bigger audience you never know the right man ching take that ring off. You never know you never know. You're correct tell everyone we sent a lower so proud of you. Good job we are you guys and i'll have more later on this show. Don't go anywhere. Because i got simone byles and helen mirren coming up. I love have all of these interviews or not even here to this is how omnipresent justin and by the way justin. I know everybody's wondering. When are you coming back. I will be back. Bright and early thursday morning with a hangover. So it's gonna be spicy. Show we love you. We are so proud of you. Great job guys coming up. We're hanging with kevin hart. He's getting real about fatherhood. And working with barack obama plus how detail with a friend. Kim who shows up to your house naked. Yup that happened to her. She's gonna tell all about it coming up. I can't wait for this one. Having your own home is awesome. But it's also a lot of work. The good news finding help for your projects is easier than ever introducing angie. The app puts all your home care needs at your fingertips need a pro to fix that. Emergency leak maybe find someone to build a deck or even set your seasonal tasks on autopilot. Angie can handle all that and more expert pros. Hundreds of home projects clear pricing and the easiest way to book and pay in seconds. This is angie your home for everything home. Download the app today. Welcome back the daily pop. Kevin hart is all about celebrating. Dad's in his new movie fatherhood which was co-produce by another that barack and michelle obama. He told victor cruz about working. The former president talked to barack in conversation was about the opportunity. It's a moment to change that narrative and the opportunity to show us and the david speights than you've ever been. Seeing the rock is a guy is very much hands on when it comes to fatherhood embraces it about it and you can see it girls loving the debt same vocal about me as a father. We're in no way shape or form trying to compete. When makes us very clear. The job of java mother is is a job that can never be competed with you on the pedestal level of their own. It's unreal with mothers. Do and what they go through. This is just about shining a light on the role of and the value that we can bring to the table. I love him for saying that because it is backs he is speaking the truth. No one can. Compete and fatherhood is out on netflix june. Eighteenth and we're going to have much more with kevin next week okay. So here's what went down. Y'all kim had a naked visitor in her house last week. Check out what happened when she called. This personnel allied naked in my house. Why all our but as house to house my house instagram. Maybe i should've asked first. But no reason for kim lately to flip. Kim i need to know not only. Did she shower. She is in town. She didn't even get dressed after people soon. Andre so we have a podcast of course and we had done the podcast. And i'll be honest with you. She's just she laughed and she was like. I gotta go take a shower i. I didn't believe her kids. She comes downstairs towel but you know she comes out. Says in a shares lost like thirty pounds. So she's gonna. She really convince those trapping thinks she just wanted everyone to see everybody. She wants to tell the full i. I'm not mad at her game. Like i guess she is. It's it's out there just putting it out there. She's single she's looking man and she's she's probably gonna start only onlyfans page. Oh lord only fan. Look so what. I'm saying this girl. But are you gotta have boundaries which friends. I don't want you in my shower. I got special toys. must shower. Uncharitable bald investors beyond. I got. I don't want to do an opportunity. Okay number two halloween. I love this. These are if you're ever in kim whitley's house here's what you cannot do. You cannot shower. Though shower of toys toys toys no number twos in my house number. Two a lot of pressure to go. Take you behind down to the gas station road. They don't they don't they. Don't drop in flash. That'll courtesy house. You don't go about refrigerator and take my snacks special drink. The last bit of juice friends a route and share shepherd has no boundaries. She'll come in to eat muster. Show pet my dog dog. Yeah that's the kind of friends. Run a tight ship. Does show shepherds car has been in front of my house for two weeks two weeks. I said you don't come by and wash it. I said now is bringing the property value down. She got a nice car expensive. But now it's dirty. I'm not gonna wash. it is true. She's very comfortable with you. I don't like that too. Like i'm the type of friend who definitely wants my friends naked in my house. Showering you do better do. I don't want you to post up for too long though. Because they know they will be watching. Tv were telling you that you come husband go. Hey tv although you have to kill somebody because there will be she would not let sherri shepherd. She looks too good to go dot matt towel. No i mean listen we all have boundaries in our home. Everyone is free to set them. Although i don't know if i'll ever invited to out soon as i walk in here i feel like i'd have to go the bathroom. More should get shenanigans. Please watch two mama's podcast amazing all right well up next what really happens behind the scenes of the bachelorette former contestant kelly flanagan is here to spill all the deeds with us coming up right after the break got. I welcome back joining us. Now is bachelor. Alum kelly flanagan. Kelly good to see you were so excited to have you on daily bob guys. Thanks so much for having me of course excited you here because of course the bachelorette premiered last night was a lot like a law to handle this. If geniune here. But i'm hoping we can rub one out together. I would just stroke and stroke and stroke it out to my paintbrush. Hope that you've come to the right conclusion at the end of this. I know they're going to be a lot of hard to make but my tongue could go on for hours enjoy this. Oh i think we're all little uncomfortable. Just not gonna lie. But here's a date katie's famously arrived on the show holding vibrator so i think the guys felt compelled to really bring it with the sexual. Innuendo kelly do you think katie's regretting it right now. Or is she just loving it because she has been so adamant about being sex positive. You know what i think. Katie just own dead. And i applaud her for doing so takes a lot to do that. And you know she's gonna come out with a vibrator these guys could come out with whatever they please in terms of anything sex related so i think she's taking lighthearted and i think it's pretty funny. I didn't use like six. Less strokes always saying i don't know i would want it. Okay start. She brought it upon herself. Know if you come out like that and you say you know sex positive. Then that's what you're going to get. But that's what i want to ask you how there are. There is so much drama in the show and you know things get really crazy in the house but how much is played up for the cameras and how much is real. you know. there's only a short number that is actually shown in terms of what we've film and what's shown so that drama is happening. I don't i wouldn't say it's necessarily that dramatic all the time but it's real. It happens for sure and obviously tons of drama onscreen bit. There's been a lot of drama with this franchise offscreen as well and now. There's multiple reports today. That chris harrison is out of the bachelor franchise for good. We haven't confirmed this just yet. But if it's true kelly. Are you surprised at all. They always mix things up. It's unfortunate to see chris go. I know a lot of people are really big fans of him and he's definitely staple he's been the host for years But tayshia and caitlyn have been killing it. I think they did a great job taking over. So whatever happens happens. I think some people will be shocked. Some people be sad. Some people will be happy so it just depends on. What's going on with chris. I personally don't know what's going on with that. Oh well you know what. Be honest with you. I think it's fresh change. I mean tasting caitlyn that hosting is something different. Under normal circumstances you would call your friends and talk about your daily life and things have now. Do you think that this is helping. Katie with her decision would happen to friends on the side co host in france. Yeah of course. I think taking advice from caitlyn probably really helpful for her. She probably feels comfortable knowing that she's been they've been similar position that she has. It's more of like that girl gang energy going on. I guess we'll see how it plays out later on when things get a little bit more serious right now. You see the playfulness of it but when it starts getting to the engagement We'll see how caitlyn intitial do now. We gotta talk a little behind the scenes. And i want you to spill the t. Here because at home we're all watching this and there's these crazy stunts. That happened like the guy in the box i watched. Was this guy really in a box for two hours while they arrive. So when these crazy stunts happen on the set or on the show do producers. Put y'all onto this crazy or like. Is this just this guy saying you know what i have. The perfect idea for the is responsible for the crazy. I think it's a little bit boat. You know they throw ideas that you you through ideas back in terms of what you wanna do and then you come to a conclusion. It'd be like all right. I'm cool with that. Or that's what i wanna do. Yeah i'm sure maybe that was thrown his way and he was like i'm totally fine with that or maybe it was his idea. You never know but it was hilarious. One and i'm sure he stayed in that box for a long time by the way because once you commit you got to commit to a fully. Here's the thing. There's gotta be motivation to do that. And sometimes i think the motivation is just to have screen time right. Because you want to make you don't know if you're gonna stay past the first night. So did you ever feel like people did these kind of storms. Because they wanted a little extra time. Yeah of course but that's of course but that just goes to your personality. I was more of the person that kind of stood back. And i don't really care about screen. Time was just go but yeah i think subconsciously. A lot of people do things on the show to make sure that they're getting extra airtime and sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't well speaking of a little extra drama year you had share of bachelor drama with your ex pilot peak. Now you've been open about the relationship ending badly. What do you to stand right now. again we're not in communication. I don't think we will be you know it's you have to set healthy boundaries and move on and do and. I think that's kind of where we are. We're good for you learn something healthy bowel healthy boundaries. A lesson we can all include plenty help you boundaries. Around your house kelly. Thank you so much for being here. It's great to see you. Of course thanks so much guys have a good one all right well coming up. Jennifer lopez makes a huge commitment. And no it's not to bend just yet. Plus would you feed your dog breastmilk. Did i really just ask that. Question came through. This eleven is getting backlash for doing just that we will bring you lots of details on that after the break i can't in today's headlines you didn't know you needed to know. Jill duggar said old breast milk to her dog and no surprise. She is getting some major hate for online. Jill says that her breast milk had been in her freezer for about two years and she tried to get ahead of the criticism by posting. Before any of you jump on me feeding it to the dog. she's fine. she's totally fine. I would have given it to her. If i thought it would make her sick. So just chill in k. Jill also let one of her sons try her old breast milk so this i don't even think i have to ask you guys how you feel about also anything else. Just be quiet. don't say anything else. The problem is the words old old. Anything is bad jill. She said old two years in the refrigerator is bad but adult the baby. Everybody you should have throw it out but you probably felt like this is something mine. I don't want to go away. You take little breast milk on mine all the time and i throw it in. Breast milk is gold. It is literal correct. It is currency to. So i will say this if she she she knew out of the gates that she was going to post that and people were going to react so for her to be like okay before you guys all hate on me. It's like she knew what she was doing was kind of weird and and obviously probably not healthy for the dog so she had to like. She had to come up with an excuse. An apology right as she was posting it. So it's like come on you doing so toby to ask i'm going to be a new mom. I if. I'm going to breastfeed. I i hope that i can but i know it can be really difficult. And you're right most moms have been like it is literally liquid gold in you have any liquid gold still saved in your freezer girl. I would never say liquid gold for two years to okay. I don't understand what's going away. No problem the problem is this. What the dull jobs in her everyday is wrapping her breasts and making 'cause they have a sense of smell own. Where's that back. That wasn't the worst visual. I didn't wanna visualize. And then him just took it to the line. That dog. Just snipping it out across your ties right. Oh my god learn. she's gonna learn and by the way. Here's a quick reminder. You don't have to put everything that happens in your life on social media. Some things can just be came within the walls of your home. We don't need shepherd surrey. Milkis four cats squad. Give it to the. Don't but okay after the break you guys. You've got a first look at meghan markle's new children's book and how she secretly paid tribute to baby lily. Then simone biles on making history and finding love. y'all he is a haughty. Wait till you see this man. Justin his hanging with her coming up next. I know welcome back. It's time for today's hollywood minute garage. Ep henson will play orphanage. Villain miss hannigan and nbc's upcoming musical. Annie live it's a role that's been played by legendary actress. Carol burnett right now. The search is still on for feisty. Orphan annie the musical is december second on nbc jennifer lopez has just inked a multi year deal with net flicks variety says j.lo's producing deal includes movies scripted and unscripted tv with diverse After his writers and filmmakers gotta love that and meghan markle's debut children's book. The bench is out now in one illustration shown on. Nbc's today show a woman who looks like the duchess carries a newborn baby. Which makes us think is that. Not baby lily. Illustrator christian robinson shared what megan told him about the books meaning. The origin is in a specific bench. That megan watch harry and archie a bond on but it was important for for us. Vote to make sure that was. Story knesset business as possible. And that is hollywood minute. I did it in under sixty seconds. Just out with simone biles right before. She won her record breaking seventh. Us gymnastics title. She also told him what she and her. Nfl boyfriend fight about and how she really feels about. Being the beyond say of the gymnastics world. I mean it's pretty crazy at syria. I feel like. I don't think about it like that because every day in the gym i still have something to work on something to perfect something. I'm trying to achieve now. You just made history by doing something. No other women has ever done before so me. Go ahead and make sure i'd get this right. Was it called the double. Pike triple nag brick vaults even get in the mindset to do something like that training for over seven months now. It's been absolutely crazy. But it's been so much fun and i was just so excited to finally debut it landed. You also landed yourself a man honey. And he's also a professional athlete. Do you guys ever get into it about who works out harder because you know. Nfl players like to pretend they work art. Yes but you know what my boyfriend. He's actually the hardest working athlete. I know but we've definitely get in fights all the time about which sport is harder than just makes us really angry china. Talk about it but we're always supporting each other but then at the end of the day we're still people we still on on crazy level and we have the same humor we can just relax and it's just really nice to have that god. I love that now. The olympics are coming up. And i'm sure you're ready to take no prisoners last year. So we're you heard. He got cancelled where you like yes. An extra year to train are no not another year. I was honestly pretty devastated. Because i've never been so ready. I now that i look at it. It's like okay. It was better for kind of everybody yet to look on the bright side. You know as a kid. I remember watching dominique dawes. 'cause i had never seen a black girl on the floor before you know. What was it like for you as a little girl watching somebody who looked like you do that. My gosh. i gave me all the inspiration and all the motivation. I remember watching t. Thousand twelve and i was watching. Gabby douglas and i was like. Oh my gosh brown girl. She looks just like me if she can do. I can do it. And as a kid i was like. I wish i could see this in person because you guys are like super human and you guys are going on tour and people could actually see it. Now tell me about this and super excited. So it's the f. Presents gold over america toward. It's an all star. Team gymnasts will be coming thirty five cities this fall after twenty twenty one olympics tickets go on sale to the general public june eleventh. You can get tickets at gold over. America dot com. It's letting the gold inside of us shine now. If i come see you on tour will you sign my leotard. Yes i was. I nearly started speaking of leotards. I don't know if you guys watch this on sunday. But simone is all about sending these little signals and if you look closely on her leotards she had a goat. Bedazzled go one time on her shoulder. One time here because is there anyone better. She truly is the greatest of all time. I cannot wait to watch her in tokyo. She's a incredible. And you can scan the qr code on your screen right now to get more information on the gold over america tour and how to get your tickets up next. Gwyneth paltrow's unusual tradition with her daughter. Apple is this something your willing to do then. Helen mirren talks to us about becoming a bad ass. Action star plus the wild secret justin uncovered herself. Well it is no surprise. Helen mirren is a serious bad ass in f nine. She's telling justin just how far she went to be part of the fast and furious franchise the closest to royalty. I have never been hello dame. Helen mirren talk a right now. I'm not in my royalty mode. I mean i other mode eastern criminal mode. I should say tell you could be in a supermarket in a row honey and you will still be queen. Do you hear me i do. I do in my kiara from time to time in the in the supermarket. Yeah just got to know because you're busy woman. What was that call like when they hit you up. And they said hi helen mirren. We know you're busy but do you want to below up in the fast and the furious is that how it happened does not not far off I had bumped into finito of some function. And i i you know. I've admired him. Hugely distance are very excited to meet him and very wine. Please come be wanted. You'll move is because i think that's fantastic and And very very kindly they. They invited me on board. And i think that was. I think that was Thanks to been there anyone with a family full of eccentrics. I used to work at a hair salon here in beverly hills and i worked at the front desk and women would come in and i knew you had a movie coming out because every time something would come out women comment and say i'm want helen mirren's hair. No all the time. And i would have to say. I don't think that's god-given women must stop you all the time for your hair. I have noticed people stumpings and my for my hat. But i have not other the people sort of picking up on and And picking on the not coloring your hair thing. But i didn't go to the headdresses on and i never did and i used to. You know when my hair was short short. I i've cut it myself. Nicole stand he i. I go to a hairdresser about one six months. If that it's her may tab we're gonna get a helen mirren movie sooner because helen mirren is a legend. Okay i'm just letting you now. What actress would you like to play you. Kate winslet she's the best. She's absolutely the best for my money. The best book today. God we love helen all right. Don't forget f nine is out june. Twenty fifth okay. Here's an interesting mother. Daughter tradition gwyneth paltrow and her daughter apple. Get piercings every single year on apple's birthday gwen the share this on her website while doing a new era in collection called the apple earrings so pop quiz. How many piercings do you think they each have now. You know where she's what. How old is it dollar. That's how many peterson excessive. I'm not gonna to put them. They're probably running out both ears. And you compare some all the way up by five. So that's ten so ten your belly button. Nettles may be seventeen. You're not going with your daughter your teenage daughter to get your nipples pierced. That's not bad fifteen. They're missing these two. Maybe these will be eighteen and nineteen. Maybe you know. Do you have any unusual traditions with your son for his birthday or for a christmas that you guys do what is it too much too. 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Ryan Adams, el primer paso del nio prodigio

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Ryan Adams, el primer paso del nio prodigio

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