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Dana Goldberg and Stephanie Are Giddy Over This Week's Trump Raid
"Know what to say about how good this week has been and it's only Thursday still. I mean, it has been blissful. A G and I were talking about it on the podcast yesterday. She's just, you know, Trump's walking around going, I'm innocent, but which one of you has the wire? And then I said, but which one of you is bugged? Yes. Yes, Travis. Oh, we could say something on the safe. Mick Mulvaney was on scene, and this morning. He said that only 6 to 8 people know about that safe and Mar-a-Lago. Oh. Who could it be? Oh my God. It's like a game of clue. It's just getting. It's like mystery date, but better. Now he's going to be sad he wasn't there, Dana, 'cause the Trump lawyer said she saw ten to 15 FBI vehicles, including a rider truck. You know how he loves to pretend to drive the trucks. And drugs are a big trick. Do we have him doing it? I love big drops, Hong Kong. Doesn't he doesn't he always pretend? For photo ops to ride the stop reaching for the wheels, sir, you need to stop reaching for the wheel. Okay, she spoke to Trump while the raid was underway, and he expressed shock about the FBI search. This is massive job done right. Has required more than 1500 pieces of heavy equipment, one of the largest cranes anywhere in the world and look forward to seeing it. I love cranes. I love trucks of all. Not the rider trucks at the FBI. I took your illegal away and yes, this is but you know, the fact that he expressed shocking that this is what Mary Trump said yesterday, I think, is that this is the first time his life he's been without protection of the office of the presidency of the banks of his father. I mean, he's shocked because why wouldn't he be? He's gotten away with everything his entire life. But she's also said and we need to follow it. He's that list of inventory that he said he has. They're going to say they planted something. They were already starting to say that. That's what he's alluding to, and all of these will no one was there. The lawyers weren't there. The FBI agents had full reign. It's coming. So we all need to be prepared that it's coming. Yeah, I would say I was quoting Rachel Bennett offer earlier said, I think what we find at the end of the day is going to make our jaws drop as much as nothing you think nothing would surprise you about Donald Trump. What would be worth hiding and going to prison for for ten months? Jim Jordan seems to think it's golf balls. That's what they took boxes of golf balls and a raincoat. I'm like, he doesn't have a raincoat. He doesn't know how to use a rain umbrellas. So I'm sure that's not what's in the boxes, Jim.
Dr. Ashley Lucas Describes the Success of the PHD Weight Loss System
"The system just seems to be so obvious. Instead of locking yourself into a system that you can't maintain properly after you've lost the weight in which of course results in the spring back of all those pounds, as you explained it to me as Rachel is your team explained it to me. It's very simple. It's about chemistry. If you have weight you want to burn. You need to burn it. And if you're eating stuff that your body will burn instead of burning the fat, you never gonna burn the fat. So this is why cutting sugars minimizing carbs in the beginning is how you, in my words, you reset the body chemistry. It worked for me, tell me what I'm getting wrong. What I'm oversimplifying, but explain how the PhD system gets these incredible results. It really is doctor gorka that some have to teach the body how to burn fat for fuel. And nearly every cell in the body prefers to work this way metabolically, but we don't let it by the way that we've been told to eat. And so what we need to do is find that unique place that unique carbohydrate tolerance level where we can get the body into burning fat. For the majority of us, I want you to think that this excess fat weight is locked away in a freezer store that you can't access. So you're hungry all the time. You've got cravings. It doesn't feel good. There's inflammation as a result. And that can come out like knee pain, joint pain, poor sleep, that poor mood, but when we can unlock these freezer stores when we can teach the body how to burn fat for fuel, then this is when you can see this much more effortless pain weight loss. And by finding your unique carbohydrate tolerance level, it doesn't mean that you've got to be keto or very low carb or follow the Atkins diet, but it's going to be unique to you. And that's what we do is we create this customized meal plan to get each person in their unique state of fat burn.
President Biden and the Big COVID Lie
"Have the founder. The medical doctor of the physician who was the founder of America's frontline doctors. It's where I sent you folks if you wanted to try to get Ivermectin or hydroxychloroquine and zinc. Both of which I took for about a year, I've had COVID twice. And I had the delta, which was supposedly and was serious in many cases, and I had the omicron, which is, in my case, it was a mild cold. I have enough antibodies to actually offer them as a gift to those who would like. She and I met at a rally for a freedom that you can't tell people. You will be fired from your job if you don't take a vaccine. That obviously doesn't work. I'd like you to hear doctor gold, I'd like you to hear what the president of the United States who now has COVID said a year ago. You're okay. You're not going to you're not going to get COVID if you haven't. These vaccinations. Yeah. So would you and I'm perfectly fine with whatever answer you have. Would you characterize that as a lie? 100% lie. We had Rachel wolinski, how did they see saying the same thing? But you couldn't get it. We had to sustain the same thing. They all said it. There was no way they didn't know why. I'm not a scientist, but I'm a bedside condition, so when you read the applications of the Pfizer Moderna applications in December of 2020, when they were authorized, they clearly stated they did not stop transmission all it did was reduce the severity of the symptoms, the problem with that is that it's the least able to cause a weekly vaccine in the middle of a respiratory pandemic. You will just encourage the creation of variants and that's exactly what we see
AG Garland Memo: No Federal Indictment of Donald Trump Before November
"Look at this ladies and gentlemen USA Today attorney general Merrick Garland memo suggests no federal indictment of Donald Trump before November election rights David Jackson Wait a minute Where did this come from This just came out today Well how do they know this Because Rachel mad cow apparently got the memo and made it public Made it public Now that they're really kind of zeroing in on Hunter Biden They want you to know this So it's in the Hunter Biden story It's now in USA Today talking about Donald Trump And they put it out there and how they put this out every year and so forth and so on And yet it will be used because the media are corrupt It'll be me it'll be used to defend the Biden crime family And all up to this point it's been utterly ignored as applies to the January 6th committee's effort To indict Trump world Trump and anybody that looks cross eyed
UK has warmest-ever night, braces for record-smashing heat
"Britain has recorded its warmest ever night ahead of a day when temperatures are forecast to hit 104°F The national met office weather agency says provisional figures show the temperature remained above 77 F overnight in parts of the country for the first time ever met office forecaster Rachel heirs says the daytime highs would be unprecedented with temperatures even topping 105 Fahrenheit It comes as a hot wave scorching Europe wallops a country More used to mild weather and rain hot weather has gripped southern Europe since last week triggering wildfires in Spain Portugal and France I'm Charles De
Steve Bannon Is Trying Too Little Too Late
"And by the way, Steve Bannon, Rachel maddow said the same thing we did. What's the thing we says signal not noise. He's just all noise. She was saying, it's not important. It really isn't. He's just clearly trying to of course. Because he scared now, because now his trial is starting, and now there's going to be real consequences. So he's trying to and first of all, we don't negotiate with terrorists. We're not going to put him or roads on live. Yeah. Right. So that they can try to blow up the garage. You don't get to pick your rules for your deposition. And how about the heel eye? First place is lawyer committee lied to Trump didn't even wave it. Privilege that he didn't have any way, but he didn't even do that, so they lied about that in the first place, but yeah, right, that's what I said. Yes, Glenn kirshner, our buddy our pal said Steve Bannon's 11th hour attempt to testify as a ruse, a ploy. He wants to use this offer of testimony to argue to a jury that they should not convict him, but this nonsense is like a bank robber offering to give back the money they stole as a defense to the crime. It will not work. A couple others hang on hold please. Okay. Oh. Chris Holmes said Steve Bannon thinks he's smart. He's not. He's a traitor, a grifter, and a con man who's about to be exposed for what he is. And Marcia won the last one, said, why does The Washington Post report this as if Trump has privileged to waive he doesn't? This is such a colossal editorial failure, and we wonder why democracy is dying. Some media seem determined to ignore the facts in order to create a story where none exists. Yeah, it didn't have it in the first place. Trump didn't even run. So the whole thing is just him going, oh crap, I don't want to actually go to prison. Because now he's like, doesn't have Trump there to pardon him, right? And no matter what he says now, the crime has been committed. He ignored. We already did it. It's done. Right. There's no take back season. Right. They're saying it doesn't matter anything you do now. You can't go back to the crime. You're already committed contempt, right?
Mickey Guyton hosts 'A Capitol 4th' on PBS
"The Independence Day celebration in Washington will be carried live on PBS for the program a capital fourth A Margie's are a letter with a preview Gloria Gaynor kept Moe Angie grammer Yolanda Adams Rachel platten Darren Criss and cheetah Rivera are among the celebrities who will appear on the national mall to mark the nation's birthday and the 100th anniversary of the Lincoln Memorial Singer Mickey guyton will host guyton says it's time to put aside differences in just celebrate This is a moment for us to just come together We've been locked inside for over two years and we're finally being let out
The US Military Is Struggling to Meet Its 2022 Recruiting Goals
"Is one of our great successes as a nation, strongest military ever to exist in the history of the world. NBC News. Every branch of the military is struggling to make its 2022 recruiting calls, officials say. With record low number of Americans eligible to serve, and few of those willing to do it, it's quote, is this the year, the question of sustainability of the all volunteer force. I wonder why. These people. It's an intentional destruction of the U.S. Military. That's what they've been doing. Every branch of the U.S. Military is struggling to meet its fiscal year 2022 recruiting goals. The official said The Pentagon top leaders are now scrambling for ways to find new recruits to fill out the ranks of the all volunteer force, defense secretary Lloyd Austin and deputy secretary Kathleen hicks consider the shortfall is serious issue. Yeah, maybe you should have thought of that before you wanted to mandate an experimental gene therapy and kick out active duty personnel, which Republicans did nothing to oppose. This is a start of a long drought for military recruiting, said retired general Thomas spore of the heritage foundation. He said the military has had not such a hard time signing recruits since 1973. Quote, 2022 is the year we questioned the sustainability of the all volunteer force. Now that NBC News article continues and they say, oh, it's because of the psychological trauma quote they think they're going to be physically or emotionally broken after serving. That's not why. I'll tell you why it's happening. Two things. They don't want to take in a vaccine against their will, and they don't want to serve under this. Put that on screen. Rachel Levine and the new LGBTQIA+ regime in our military and also people want to enlist in a military that plays to win Afghanistan was a humiliation. From Lloyd Austin and Mark milley.
Michele Bachmann Explains the Extreme Dangers to America's Sovereignty
"Now. The dean of the Robertson school of government for regent university and she is my guest. Michelle bachmann, welcome. Thank you so much and also a longtime friend to Eric my taxes. Honored to think so. I have to say, you have been in public life for a long time. You get in the weeds on this stuff. I just, I can't bear sometimes to look at it. What I have been hearing from you and others regarding this issue, it seems like a kind of madness. Somebody must be making it up. It can't be true. Tell us what is going on. Well, that is the biggest problem right now because people can't believe that this could be possible. But then just say to yourself, what have we lived through for the last two and a half years where Congress didn't vote on mask mandate. Congress did vote on lockdowns. Conference Congress didn't vote on suspending rent for rent control issues. They didn't vote mandate vaccines. None of those votes were taken. It was all under the auspices of emergency powers that the Biden administration, whether it was Rachel walensky at the Centers for Disease Control or Doctor Fauci or doctor burps. Pronouncements were made. It was just a press release or a press conference, and we were all told, oh, this is law. We were told that we had to comply as though it was law. When it wasn't long, it was emergency action. So what's happening? I set that up because what's happening is that level of rising authoritarianism and a denial of our civil liberties, the last two years in America by American health officials, that level of authoritarianism, decision making, under the Biden amendments, if they pass a Geneva Switzerland May 22nd to 28th, would transfer American sovereignty and the sovereignty all nations over the world over our healthcare decisions from our nation over to the director general of the World Health Organization. That's
Ask Yourself, What Makes You Happy?
"Parent? I'm happy spouse, unhappy kid. Unhappy coworker, unhappy, technical director. I was just picking out of the I just picked a professional shot. What makes you happy? Rachel happy when I hit the mic. I didn't hit the mic just now. What are you talking about? And he's cracking himself up. It's a beautiful ability, by the way. If you can crack yourself up, it's a good sign. Now think about that, huh? Think of every relationship is ruined by the unhappy person in it. But other than that, it doesn't really matter if you unhappy. Now, by the way, I'm not talking about your
Why Charlie Was Banned From Twitter and Didn't Grovel To Get Back On
"I want to talk about a couple of things in particular, and then we can go into some Q&A, which is obviously the most fun part of all this. So I don't have a Twitter account currently. So I got banned from Twitter. You might know this. So this has been one of the most interesting unexpected news cycles in my whole ten years of doing this. So I got banned from Twitter for participating in dead naming. Do you guys know what dead naming is? Okay, I didn't know before I tweeted. So here's one of the things and I'm technically suspended from Twitter, not banned just to get the words correctly. We'll get into what that means. So here's how you know you're living in kind of a tyrannical moment. When you can't keep track of all the rules that you're supposed to follow, I mean, if you're like me, I can't keep track of all of them, right? They're going to kick you out of a social club or social media because you're like, wait, what even is that? So I tweeted out, I think a month ago about the current health czar, a person by the name calls themselves the name Rachel Levine, whatever, okay? And I said this person used to have a name Richard Levine for 54 years of their life and then transitioned. Okay, whatever. And I said that in a tweet and then you can't even use the name that used to exist, right? Can't do that. It's called dead naming, so you lose your account for that. And then in kind of like a Soviet show trial way, Twitter comes out and they say, okay, in order to get your Twitter account back, you have to admit that you violated our hate speech policies and press the delete button. So we very well could have done that. But happened to the Babylon B like two days before that. And then it happened to us. And I thought to myself, you know, I traveled to these events all across the country. And I tell young people involved at turning point USA, you know, it's worth fighting for conservative values. But it might cost you
Your dog's personality may have little to do with its breed
"Researchers researchers researchers researchers confirm confirm confirm confirm what what what what dog dog dog dog lovers lovers lovers lovers know know know know every every every every pop pop pop pop is is is is truly truly truly truly an an an an individual individual individual individual there there there there is is is is a a a a popular popular popular popular belief belief belief belief that that that that each each each each breed breed breed breed of of of of dog dog dog dog has has has has their their their their own own own own specific specific specific specific behavior behavior behavior behavior and and and and habits habits habits habits in in in in the the the the journal journal journal journal science science science science study study study study co co co co author author author author Eleanor Eleanor Eleanor Eleanor Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson at at at at the the the the university university university university of of of of Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts says says says says it's it's it's it's a a a a stereotype stereotype stereotype stereotype that that that that kind kind kind kind of of of of behavior behavior behavior behavior is is is is very very very very she she she she replied replied replied replied my my my my dog's dog's dog's dog's environment environment environment environment and and and very very very little little little seller seller seller Kelly Kelly Kelly was was was walking walking walking her her her English English English Springer Springer Springer spaniel spaniel spaniel in in in New New New York York York who's who's who's friendly friendly friendly but but but she she she was was was also also also kind kind kind of of of look look look clean clean clean three three three while while while Rachel Rachel Rachel cams cams cams mixed mixed mixed breed breed breed is is is really really really affectionate affectionate affectionate with with with me me me and and and my my my husband husband husband but but but pretty pretty pretty pretty pretty pretty suspicious suspicious suspicious of of of other other other people's people's people's dogs dogs dogs match match match what what what we we we think think think they they they should should should be be be but but but Carlson Carlson Carlson says says says a a a lot lot lot of of of them them them don't don't don't we we we have have have a a a tendency tendency tendency to to to pay pay pay attention attention attention to to to the the the dogs dogs dogs and and and remember remember remember the the the ones ones ones that that that fit fit fit into into into our our our stereotypes stereotypes stereotypes and and and forget forget forget about about about the the the ones ones ones that that that don't don't don't fit fit fit into into into our our our stereotypes stereotypes stereotypes the the the researchers researchers researchers even even even found found found golden golden golden retrievers retrievers retrievers who who who don't don't don't retrieve retrieve retrieve hi hi hi Matt Matt Matt Donahue Donahue Donahue
Praying football coach asking Supreme Court for his job back
"A a a a praying praying praying praying high high high high school school school school football football football football coach coach coach coach is is is is going going going going to to to to ask ask ask ask the the the the Supreme Supreme Supreme Supreme Court Court Court Court for for for for his his his his job job job job back back back back at at at at Bremerton Bremerton Bremerton Bremerton Washington Washington Washington Washington high high high high school school school school Joe Joe Joe Joe Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy would would would would take take take take a a a a knee knee knee knee in in in in prayer prayer prayer prayer after after after after a a a a game game game game surrounded surrounded surrounded surrounded by by by by uniformed uniformed uniformed uniformed players players players players but but but but soon soon soon soon as as as as the the the the school school school school district district district district said said said said stop stop stop stop playing playing playing playing with with with with the the the the kids kids kids kids that that that that was was was was it it it it and and and and no no no no problem problem problem problem representing representing representing representing the the the the school school school school district district district district Rachel Rachel Rachel Rachel laser laser laser laser with with with with Americans Americans Americans Americans United United United United for for for for the the the the separation separation separation separation of of of of church church church church and and and and state state state state said said said said having having having having Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy pray pray pray pray with with with with students students students students risked risked risked risked being being being being seen seen seen seen as as as as government government government government endorsement endorsement endorsement endorsement of of of of religion religion religion religion it it it it would would would would license license license license so so so so many many many many teachers teachers teachers teachers and and and and coaches coaches coaches coaches across across across across the the the the country country country country to to to to pressure pressure pressure pressure students students students students to to to to join join join join them them them them in in in in their their their their prayer prayer prayer prayer and and and and violate violate violate violate their their their their religious religious religious religious freedom freedom freedom freedom Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy repeatedly repeatedly repeatedly repeatedly preyed preyed preyed preyed on on on on the the the the field field field field after after after after he he he he was was was was cautioned cautioned cautioned cautioned his his his his contract contract contract contract was was was was not not not not renewed renewed renewed renewed the the the the right right right right resolution resolution resolution resolution is is is is for for for for to to to to just just just just be be be be reinstated reinstated reinstated reinstated as as as as a a a a coach coach coach coach and and and and let let let let me me me me be be be be able able able able to to to to give give give give thanks thanks thanks thanks after after after after a a a a football football football football game game game game at at at at least least least least one one one one player player player player reported reported reported reported train train train train contrary contrary contrary contrary to to to to his his his his own own own own beliefs beliefs beliefs beliefs for for for for fear fear fear fear of of of of losing losing losing losing playing playing playing playing time time time time at at at at Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahue Washington Washington Washington Washington
Charlie Kirk Details Being Banned From Twitter
"So I'm banned from Twitter, everybody. If you haven't heard. So we're going to walk through that. I actually haven't spoken very much about it publicly to podcasts or two on it. And it's on a very interesting thing. So the way Twitter works, if you don't know, if you violate one of their guidelines, they give you an opportunity to delete the tweet. Basically, okay, engaged in hate speech, you can get your Twitter account back. And so we logged onto our Twitter account, we're like, wait, why don't we have access to our Twitter account anymore? So I tweeted this out and I want to just anyone to tell me if there's anything inaccurate about this tweet. Richard Levine spent 54 years of his life as a man. He had a wife and a family, he transitioned to being a woman in 2011, Joe Biden then appointed Levine to be a four star admiral and is now USA Today has named Rachel Levine as woman of the year true where the feminists, right? Perfectly factual, but now I engaged in something called dead naming. Are you familiar with this phenomenon? No, I had to learn it alongside. Everyone else, including our millions of followers. So dead naming is when you use the name that used to exist of someone who's trans. And super politically incorrect, I guess. You're like not even allowed to mention the birth name anymore. It's now called dead naming. So I guess you can't call like Muhammad Ali cassius clay anymore. Or anyone who's ever changed their name ever. And so because of this Twitter basically says, okay, you're no longer allowed to have access to your account. You have to acknowledge and bend the knee and tell the rest of the world that you engaged in hate speech. And there's just like big red button that says, you can press delete. And look, it's very tempting. You know, we used to do a lot on Twitter. And I thought to myself, you know what, every single semester, I'm traveling, I'm talking to college kids telling them to hold the line that it's worth the cost that you might lose Friends. I'm like, what a hypocrite, I would be. If I just press that red button and told Twitter, like, you know, I did something wrong. Meanwhile, keep fighting on campus, everybody, and see you later. You know what? No, actually
Jen Psaki Planning to Leave White House This Spring for MSNBC Gig
"It. Breaking today, Jen Psaki, the liar deceitful, good for nothing, press secretary of the United States, is retiring. She's going to take an MSNBC gig. She's going to become an MSNBC host and maybe give a competition to Rachel maddow, they're saying, oh no, that's not true. We'll see. She'll fit right in. She's angry. She's unwise, she's a liar. She's uninteresting. She'll be perfect at MSNBC. Maybe she'll replace joy
Twitter Suspends Charlie Kirk
"What did you send me here that Charlie's been banned from Twitter Suspended from Twitter because why I hope in your microphone Rachel Levine who used to work at a top slot in the state of Pennsylvania Now works at HHS Assistant HHS secretary had a lot on me You know what a lot behind me is mister Medusa I think that's the technical phrase having never gone to medical school but reading many medical journals of course He had a lot out of me So now he is a she Now the problem with he being a she with a lot of me Is that's not what makes a he is she Now I learned this I think in 8th grade About chromosomes double X chromosomes X Y chromosomes something like that my memory serves It's been a long time Long time since I've delved into this or even had a reason to You know I'm like old fashioned You have that you're a guy You don't have that but you have the other thing you're a female I mean God works in wondrous ways So Rachel Levine Had a lot out of me I think And self identifies as a female And I think the Babylon bee which is a hilarious site intended to be hilarious and Charlie Kirk who's a very very bright young man dared to point that out Is that the problem mister producer And they're not biologists I suppose But if a biologist pointed it out I guess they'd be suspended to So for that he suspended from Twitter
Charlie Kirk Comments on His Twitter Suspension
"Charlie Kirk is very busy running turning point USA He's got a fantastic radio show with Salem including on the great WABC's got a top podcast Charlie how are you my friend I'm doing great Mark Thanks so much for having me Honored to be here While I'm very sorry you're suspended from Twitter my friend but I wouldn't have known it because I don't go on Twitter See you're much smarter than I am You're a free man I don't care what they do Go ahead I'm sorry No I'm as free as you are The whole thing's so wild And we got suspended a couple of days ago for a tweet we sent about a week before basically laying out some facts that this Rachel Levine character that has now been The relationship pointed yep and I made sure the pronunciation was completely different Right Just to make sure And I said I used a factual kind of narrative that Levine first name used to be Richard and this is now something called dead naming which you're not allowed to do on Twitter which is to even mention that a trans person had a prior name And so I tweeted that out and it was met with great support from obviously people that live on team reality but then a Twitter decided to they gave you a choice And this is the interesting part mark is that they said okay if you will acknowledge that this tweet was against our rules and you press this red button delete you can get access to your Twitter account And most people would do that without thinking twice And I told our team we're not pushing that button We're not going to do that I did nothing wrong We're not going to play by this Maoist social credit system And Mark you warned against this and American Marxism This is the playbook It's really is
We're Witnessing the Age of Transgender Tyranny
"Living through something that is an accelerated pace of change around a topic quite honestly that my opinions are very strong on, but I don't want to spend nearly as much time as I'm spending on this topic. I just don't. It's a very important topic. It's one of the most important topics because they're making it important, but it's not exactly in my personal opinion. The thing I want to just labor over and over again, but we're leaving really us no choice. And that is this entire topic of what is a man and what is a woman. They're forcing the hand. And it's in the last week, you know, I sat down with our team, I said, what a week. I mean, the last week we have Thomas, who has won the NCAA championship as a biological man, won the women's swimming national championship. That happened. And if you even spoke out against it, or if you push back against it, you would be potentially banned from social media, ridiculed the media just kind of acted like this was totally normal, perfectly fine. So that happened, I got banned from Twitter a couple days ago for not even misgendering somebody but dead naming somebody, dead naming, essentially, is using the name that a trans person had before they transitioned, somehow it's a form of harassment to dead name somebody. To use the name from someone's birth certificate, and by the way, I wrote it on March 15th, and I was banned on the 22nd. And so you have Thomas who wins the NCAA championship as a man and we're all just supposed to accept it. You have Ricardo Levine. Is that his name? Ricardo or Richard or what? Is it Richard? Ricardo Levine, kidding. Find rich. I'm not dead naming if I say Ricardo, right? Rachel, whatever. Levine. Which were supposed to act as if it's perfectly normal. It's fine who basically calls out the alphabet mafia schwarze or shock troops to come into the streets of Twitter and just purge anyone that dares dead names them.
"rachel vice" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"When scarlett johansson started playing. Natasha romanoff also known as the merciless fighter. Black widow she was the only female avenger. But despite appearing in a number of marvel cinematic universe films black widow never got her own movie that changes with the release of black widow which looks back on a unexplored part of the characters history. I'm glen wilton. And i'm linda holmes and today we're talking about black widow on pop culture happy hour from. Npr here with me and from his home in virginia. Beach is vincent schilling. He's an associate editor at indian country. Today welcome back to the show vincent. Well thank you so much for having me appreciate it and also joining us from his home in washington. Dc is critic. Chris clinic that's tongue. Twister chris natasha romanoff. Linda got a lot of red in my ledger. Trying to wipe the slate clean. Hello outstanding. I'm here to help so. This film is directed by cate shortland who comes from the independent film. World florence pugh stars alongside johansen as yelena. Who was natasha's sister in the kind of spy family in which she spent some time as a kid also showing up in the film. Are david harbour and rachel vice as alexi and molina who were the father and mother figures in that family unit The story takes place right after the events of captain. America's civil war says while the avengers are scattered natasha's and hiding she encounters elena who she hasn't seen in years and the two of them set out to defeat the red room which is the brutal system in which they were both trained which is still turning out young women who are used as assassins. The movie was delayed from last summer to this one. And it's in theaters and available to rant on disney plus starting today and just one more note before we start obviously this film build in some ways on the events of the marvel cinematic universe so far so if you're not caught up over the last couple of years consider this fair warning that you may find some things out that glen..
"rachel vice" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"British secret service from the late nineteen fifties until the early sixties at the height of the cold war. Which was the topic of his early novels. His third novel. The spy who came in from the cold became an international bestseller liqueur as gritty depiction of the realities of the spy world contrasted sharply with the characters in am floodings. James bond series. This is a clip from the film adaptation of the spy. Who came in from the cold. Starring richard burton as alec lena sin alcoholic cynical british spy motto philosophies measuring everything do against the would've gone or karl marx and not just a bunch of cd's squalid. Boston like me. Little drunk queers henpecked husband civil servants playing cowboys and indians to brighten their rutten. Lives do you think. They said like monks himself. Balancing right against wrong yesterday would have killed want. Because i thought him eveland an enemy but not today today evil and my friend. London needs him. They need him so that the great moronic masses so much can sleep soundly in their flea bitten beds again. They need him for the safety of old crummy people like you and me. John kerry continued writing expanding with a series featuring his british spy. Master george smiley including the hit novel tinker tailor soldier spy cold war ended john. Mccurry continued to write prolifically shifting focus to the inequities of globalization unchecked multinational corporate power and the role national spy services play in protecting corporate interest. Perhaps best known among his many post cold war. Novels is the constant gardener depicting pharmaceutical companies exploitation of unwitting kenyans for dangerous sometimes fatal drug tests in this clip from the film adaptation of the constant gardener and activists who is later killed by the pharmaceutical corporation played by rachel vice confronts. A government official play by refines about war me. Excuse.
"rachel vice" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Let me fill in the blank for you. So no tabloids are talking about the real story, which is Daniel Craig who is playing JAMES BOND. He had a woman taking care of him while he was injured, who wasn't his wife, who, by the way is actress Rachel vice. The two were everywhere in public, and why am I n t lawyer the person who writes this line item the only one saying anything the tabloids? No. Do they fear not going to the premiere of the new JAMES BOND movie? That's interesting. So they're saying he's saying that they've been like seen together out in public. Right. So Daniel Craig was filming the new JAMES BOND bond twenty-five. That's the only title we have right now in Jamaica where he was injured on the set. He flew back to the United States to be treated for this injury. And apparently, he's been openly out and about with another lady who's not Rachel life. Really like these to do. I think they're really cute. And I think she's really talented. She's getting her bread buttered somewhere else. I mean, you know, I believe it I believe this and also the interesting thing about this blind item is that all the tabloids know about Daniel Craig in this other woman, but they fear reporting on it because they want access to the new JAMES BOND goes back to the segment about Leonardo Di Caprio that we had at the beginning of the show, where people fear asking Leonardo DiCaprio, about some of his lady friend, right, for the fear of not having access to Leo and projects. I get it. I believe it makes me sad. It is said, I hope she don't. They have a baby. They had a little baby. I know. It doesn't. I know. All right. Blueberry?.
"rachel vice" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Teller's window lady standard. There was the teller. And you just walk in real calm. And you find yourself a spot you sit down sitting here. You wait you watch and that made takeover ours might take a couple of days, even where you wait scarf. You're right. The timing has to feel right? And when it does feel right you make your move. So you walk right up. Look, and you say, man. This is a robbery. Can you show where the gun like this for does something here that I've never seen him do before? It's a performance of tremendous intimacy, every tremor of his eyebrows, every half smile on his lips every wink, every gleam is picked up by the camera and seems to convey a lifetime of experience and slides and now we're gonna talk about the real Oscars for a moment. So we come to two films that are that seem to dominate the nominations. You've got Roma and the favorite. I have to say I already express my admiration for Rome. I really love the favorite. And I thought it was incredibly funny. And I had no reason to to know this film was going to be what it was having seen that directors predecessors, which you're the lobster. And that movie with a deer in the. I thought the favourite was incredibly funny and interesting. Did you did you said? Yeah. I did see it. And you know, I was not a fan of the lobster which I felt to be too. Heck, yes. The face that you're making David convinced my feelings about it as well. I felt that it was too solids instantly invested in its own concedes. But the favorites was something really different and fresh, and it is about Queen Anne who in the movie is played by Olivia Colman who is wrapped up in sort of governing England as it is at war, but more in her own personal affairs. She has seventeen rabbits in cages kept in her bedroom. And she her lover is played by Rachel vice in a fantastic performance. Who guides her and uses her erotic influence to get political favors accomplished? And her standing at court is compromised when Emma stone as a sort of tumbleweed figure arrives falls out of the carriage into the modern arrives and screws everything up. You have come close to Abigail. She's been a day. Yes. Such a shame that I've had to dismiss FFF theft. She's a liar and a see. Tunnel seems uncharacteristically still I heard you just myself. She's not dismissed I've made him. I made of bedchamber not hear what I said. Yes. Yes. I do not obviously. Alex, richard. If you look at the sum, total of the nominees this year are the Oscars doing better. Are they doing worse was just kind of the same old same old? Well, two things that come to my mind. Looking the nominees are one. I am perpetually disappointed by a few women directors are nominated. I mean, first of all to major imbalance in the industry in general. But this year there were definitely contenders. And there is no reason to have this total shutout once again, so it's disappointing to me. And it brings the academy's credibility down in my eyes, not simply for some kind of gender ratio ideal. But really for you know, just issue at all at all just appreciating quality when it's there. It's it's hard for me to believe that if movie like can you ever forgive me had been made by a man that would not be nominated. I think you're going to make another point though, Alex. Yeah. The the one thing I'd say is. The enemy is inside the house you have net flicks. It is arrived. Roma has is nominated up the wazoo for all these awards. The Oscars have had to deal with increasing competition from TV from people sitting at home and flicking it on. It's interesting to me that Netflix is now going to be sitting inside that ceremony and has every reason to have pretty smug look on its face, this is there anything wrong with that. I don't think there is actually an independent producers have been rivalling Hollywood studios for years. In fact, this is one of the reasons why the ceremonies have been transformed in recent years for quite a while for quite a while. I'm studio films have more or less been shut out of the Oscars at least the best picture awards because independent producers were coming in and producing the higher quality films that were then getting nominated. See I think the Oscars mistake is actually broadcast itself at all. It ought to be able to be movie muffins. Martin Scorsese Martin Scorsese ought to direct the Oscars the way, he directed the last waltz, and then it ought to be shown in theaters a certain amount of time later, that's a pretty good idea. It's a great idea. But I think Martin Scorsese's few of the Oscars after after raging bull lost to ordinary people something I still haven't gotten over quite to jaundice for him to carry that off your two year. So I'm guessing by the way, a star is born was not your favorite for the year. It was originally supposed to direct a star is born that was going to be directed. By used would say, we're going to have deleted. Exactly, I think you once told me Richard Clint Eastwood could put two sticks and rather than together. Great..
"rachel vice" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Ladies data. There was the teller window, and you just walk in real calm. And you find yourself a spot you sit down usually we're sitting here. You wait, and you watch and that made takeover ours might take a couple of days, even you wait, Scott if you're right? The timing has to fear. Right. And when it does feel right you make your move. So you walk right up looker in the eye. And he say man, this is a robbery and you show where the gun like this Redford does something here that I've never seen him do before. It's a performance of tremendous intimacy, every tremor of his eyebrows, every half smile on his lips every wink, every gleam is picked up by the camera and seems to convey a lifetime of experience and slides and now we're going to talk about the real Oscars from it. So we come to two films that are that seem to dominate the nominations. You've got Roma and the favorite. I have to say I already express my admiration for Rome. I really love the favorite. And I I thought it was incredibly funny, and I had no reason to to know this film was going to be what it was having seen that directors predecessors, which you're the lobster. Officer and that movie with a deer in the killing. I thought the favourite was incredibly funny and interesting. Did you did you said? Yeah. I did see it. And you know, I was not a fan of the lobster which I felt to be too. Heck, yes. The face that you're making David convinced my feelings about it as well. I felt that it was too solid system invested in its own concedes. But the favorites was something really different and fresh, and it is about Queen Anne who in the movie is played by Olivia Colman who is wrapped up in sort of governing England as it is at war, but more in her own personal affairs. She has seventeen rabbits in cages kept in her bedroom. And she her lover is played by Rachel vice in a fantastic performance. Who guides her and uses her erotic influence to get political favors accomplished? And her standing at court is compromised when Emma stone as a sort of tumbleweed figure arrives falls out of the carriage into the mud and arrives in screws. Everything up you have come close to Abigail. She's been a day such a shame. But I'd have to dismiss epithet. She's a liar. Tung seems uncharacteristically still I heard you just myself. She's not dismissed I've made him. I made of bitchy last. You not hear what I said. Yes. Yes. I do not obviously. Alex, richard. If you look at the sum, total of the nominees this year are the Oscars doing better. Are they doing worse or just kind of the same old same old, well two things that come to my mind? Looking at the nominees are one. I am perpetually disappointed by a few women directors are nominated. I mean, first of all to major imbalance in the industry in general. But this year there were definitely contenders. And there is no reason to have this total shutout once again, so it's disappointing to me. And it brings the academy's credibility down in my eyes, not simply for some kind of gender ratio ideal. But really for you just at all. Yeah. John just appreciating quality when it's there. It's it's hard for me to believe that if a movie like can you ever forgive me had been made by a man that would not be nominated? I think you're gonna make another point though, Alex. Yeah. The the one thing I'd say is the enemy is inside the house you have net flicks. It is arrived. Roma has is nominated the wazoo for all these awards. The Oscars have had to deal with increasing competition from TV from people, you know, sitting at home and flicking it on. It's interesting to me that Netflix is now going to be sitting inside that ceremony and has every reason to have a pretty smug look on its face. Is there anything wrong with that? I don't think there is actually independent producers have been rivalling Hollywood studios for years. In fact, this is one of the reasons why the ceremonies have been transformed in recent years for quite a while for quite a while. I'm studio films have more or less than shut out of the Oscars at least the best picture awards because independent producers were coming in and producing the higher. Air-quality films that were then getting nominated. See I think the Oscars mistake is actually to broadcast itself at all. It ought to be able to be a movie, you know, Mark Martin Scorsese March Martin Scorsese ought to direct the Oscars the way, he directed the last waltz, and then it ought to be shown in theaters certain amount of time later, that's a pretty great idea. It's a great idea. But I think Martin Scorsese's few of the Oscars after after raging bull lost to ordinary people something I still haven't gotten over quite jaundice for him to carry that off year after year. So I'm guessing by the way, a star is born was not your favorite for the year. You know, it was originally supposed to direct a star is born that was going to be directed. By Eastwood, the say was gonna have deleted. Exactly, I think you once told me Richard Clint Eastwood could put two sticks and read them together. It'd be great..
"rachel vice" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Heart disease and obesity. The Academy Awards are still a couple of weeks away. But in the UK the top movie awards were handed out this weekend. CBS's Deborah Rodriguez has more on who took home the hardware across the pond and the BAFTA award it to Roman Alfonso Korans, Netflix movie about a Mexican housekeeper beat out the top nominated favorite to take the top British film prize. A few indigenous domestic worker embrace this way in an age when fear and anger proposed to dividers means the world to me. Malik won best actor playing, Freddie. Mercury in bohemian rhapsody to the greatest outsider of the mall. Olivia Colman won best actress for her version of Queen and the favorite and Rachel vice and Mahershala Ali one for supporting roles, Deborah Rodriguez. CBS news BAFTA are considered to be a bellwether for the Oscars which will be awarded on February twenty fourth academy members, by the way, begin voting tomorrow and happy birthday to one of your former friends. Jennifer Aniston, the former friends star turns fifty years young today. Aniston has also had a very successful movie career and most recently executive produced and co starred in the net flix film dumpling. Was the worst conversation starter? Nice weather. We're having it's been raining for four days. Yeah. Until he started listening to WBZ NewsRadio. Void Storrow drive on the way, home left lane work crew thanksgiving. Now, he's always got something to say, Jim. What's new well, the Dow is up there's a cold front moving in from Canada, mayor Lawson veiled, his agenda because he listened WBZ NewsRadio roughly ten thousand ready. Hi, I'm Steven cage. Very proud to be the owner of national number third generation family business Marci caves, also an owner and very happy to work with my brother. Steven for many many years. We have a lot of really great employees two hundred people that have been with us for over ten years one hundred people more than twenty years. One of the things we have from our all the time is how great our drivers are the builders want the materials exactly where they need them. They need it done on time. Time is money. Customer-friendly listening very knowledgeable about the product that we sell Stephen. It's kind of unusual in the business world for siblings to get along. So well, I think we both feel really lucky to be part of an ongoing family business. I really think that shows to our customers and.
"rachel vice" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"When a utility pole crashed his vehicle. WBZ news time six eighteen overseas. These are considered a preview to the Oscars the UK hands out its top movie awards BAFTA is awarded to Roma Alfonso Korans net. Movie about a Mexican housekeeper beat out the top nominated favorite to take the top British film prize film, about indigenous domestic worker embraced his way in an age when fear and anger. Opposed to dividers means the world to me Romney Malik won best actor playing, Freddie. Mercury in bohemian rhapsody, the greatest outsider Libya Coleman won best actress for her version of Queen and the favorite Rachel vice and Mahershala Ali one for supporting roles. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news six nineteen at Boston's NewsRadio. Twenty seven degrees. Combat veterans with PTSD are getting some help from some four legged friends, and we're not talking dogs here. It's a unique therapeutic program helping veterans get over the stresses of combat concerned veterans for America teaming up with heroes for horses. There's something about the horse human connection that is just at the core of who we are. Caitlyn opensky coral west horse adventure for forty days and nights stressed out bets work with horses. Josh was STAN wits of concerned veterans for America putting veterans through this program with horses and putting them through these challenges in the rugged wilderness, a Montana reestablishes trust. And brings them back the strong character that they originally program boasts a ninety eight percent success rate. Jim Taylor CBS news. And a milestone birthday for a big name. Actress..
"rachel vice" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Ten minutes to the now every so often we talk on this program about the extinction threat to mammals to fish now. One that really takes the biscuit, the rate of extinction is eight times faster than in mammals and fish insects, the world's insects could vanish within a century. If that rate of decline is to carry on, according to a new global study that forty percent of insect species are declining a third are endangered. And obviously we're going to talk about the knock-on repercussions that that has for the ecosystem because there's more insects in the raw us. Let's talk to one of the authors of the review Francesco Sanchez bio from the university of Sydney, Australia. Absolutely astonishing stats that you found first off. I know that the been some pretty grim findings from Germany from Puerto Ricans on will you first off surprised by what your statistics showed? Not really because I've been following out tea's decline insists for a few years and reporter where I was reading and pointed in the Dacian. So the only thing is we know was how much biomass. Oh, no scene and was reported by design studies. You just mentioned the one in Germany that was probably seventeen and an import Rico, which has just been published in the proceedings the Puerto Rico one is just shocking. I mean, the the scientists goes to the rainforest and estimates ninety eight percent of the insects have disappeared compared to what he would expect to find. Is there a single cause that you can point to behind this decline? Nineteen. So it's a combination of courses. Various from one place to another in the case of Puerto Rico. Sauce blamed the climate change, right. Right because they have had a number of stating cyclones in the last few years. And just incidentally, just what a call today from man. Said to me the second in a row we had cyclone enough salvia? And after that, she noticed that Elaine six we have gone, and they haven't got it. So you may be true indication of Puerto Rico, but in of Germany, which is exactly the same. The same rate to two point five percent a year. He's not Germany, not only has decreased the amount of forest in China. They have increased and data. And did he get into forest in the last two years, they have changed cultural practices and so on? Did they studied Germany analyze sixty three nature reserves surrounded by urban areas, culture and wetlands and so on and he was consistent in all these places these six PM, so the they also really explain why? But one thing they was the climate change and not affected Dane six. In fact. They say they increasing temperatures of survey Nudo has helped some species to thrive more some species. So it has to be something else. So for example, agricultural use of chemicals that that's what many people suggest you mentioned this couple of things I wanted to pick up on the idea that they didn't recover in Australia after this mass collapse. But there is some adaptation that goes on in Germany. I mean, it's dangerous to extrapolate the line on the graph. So it just carries on and say something like, you know, insects could collapse completely if it all carries on at this stage. But is there not a possibility of a partial recovery somewhere or somewhere else? We don't see it. As I say, we see replacement of certain species, the bulk of species are disappearing but some of them, maybe ten twenty percent them are increasing. So it's overwhelmingly bad news. If it's only good news for ten percent. Is it is it too late to turn it round? We never think it's too late. We can always do something. And as you mentioned, the main knows the make losses is the. Also habitat within the loss of habitat. The main culprit is the agricultural intensification. No, just because in Europe. There hasn't been any loss of land. Natural land to be dedicated to our culture in the last thirty years. Is not that is just the way we do agree culture in the fields that we have. Now, we are using now systematic insecticides push on the whole environment. Not just the soil where eighty percent or where we apply remained, but also the water because they are very soluble insecticides doubt. This is killing on the insects, and the larvae one one thing I have to say is, you know, we've spoken about this with mammals marine life and the warnings are appalling, you're warning is even worse, but we don't see that much response. We do you expect a political response really from your findings? I'm gonna doubtful as you probably know him. We are already skeptical of what do these as those tax in many many ways. And I don't think they have the solutions to solve the problem. Thanks. This is more than that. We have to educate our avenue. And farmers and so on and tell them that the way we are doing agriculture is all right. Well, they come they come. They say, they don't know. And they haven't been born Francisco Sanchez bio many, thanks indeed from the university of Sydney, Australia. The eighteenth century period drama. The favourite has scoops the most awards for an individual film at the annual British film awards the Baptists, however, the top prize of the night best film went for the first time to a net flicks movie Roma based on the Mexican director Alfonzo Korans childhood our arts correspondent, Vincent Dowd has. Goes to live your. Wasn't a night of Hughes the prizes the historical drama. The favorites was nominated for twelve years and took seven including best actress Olivia Colman, she said the award belonged equally to co-stars Rachel vice and Emma stone size. I'm concerned all three of us are the same and should be the lead. And it's weird that become do that. By the time. This is for all three of us got my name on it. But we construct. Best actor seen by many as a more open race went to ramming Melik for the lead role in behemoth rhapsody. He Sankt, Freddie, Mercury for being so unwavering and unflinching and.
"rachel vice" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"So to see her now stepping into the biggest light she's ever stepped into as exciting. I'm very happy hour. It's a it's a very good movie really kind of impossible not to like, and she is really good in it as everybody. So it's a very good movie. Terrible title. If Bill street could talk it's like, it's not a good title. I'm sorry. Emma stone. Title really says to me don't watch me. It took me a long time to watch. All right. Emma, stone for the favorite. Emma. Stone was great in this. As was Rachel vice who I assume also nominated, and I'm going to just double check. Yes. She is. They're both nominative thought they were both great. I don't know that either deserves supporting actress nod, but they were both very good. I to me I thought they were both great, Emma. Stone's got some growth to do as an actress. But I always like her vice kills in this movie. I thought vice was incredible. And really with AVI, I think that's how you pronounce it realize. I thought she was I thought she was great. I thought they were both great. I just didn't. Compared to comb and brings is given so much to do first of all bring so much into it. It's pretty incredible. I would actually give it to stone over by vice? Not the movie right actress because stone's character goes through an actual pretty large transition in the movie, Rachel vice is pretty much the same person the entire time. Not that she's bad. But she plays who she plays the entire time. That's true. By the end of it is completely unlikeable. And just awful. Yes. I yeah. I was really just a preference. I just I like ritualized more. Black swan. That's great fucking movie just saying very her her ex-husband Darren Aaron offs. I love black swan. Great great movie. Jokes to that. She's Hugh grant's girlfriend and about a girl and nNcholas out is also then in this where I wonder if she recommended him, you know, it's just weird seeing them play like peers down when they were movie where he was like a little kid, right? She looks the same exact age. Yeah. Anyway, only two actresses have won best. Supporting actress twice. I won't. I wanna ask you that. It's kinda hard Shelley winters and DeAnne we st- Dan waste one in nine hundred eighty seven and nineteen ninety-five. What were the move is Joe? And I know you've seen them both Hannah and her sisters. Yeah. Deserved nineteen ninety five. Same director. Hold on. What the hell movie? Did he do a nineteen ninety-five nineteen ninety five? He did. I was in high school Vanni one hold on hold on. Miramax? I know it's wait a minute. Gimme second. Hold on. Just give me a sick. I'm just thinking about the listener, bad Hatton murder mystery bullets overbroad. Wow shit. That's right. Amy Adams also nominated for vice I found her good as always, but kind of Hammy and did not really inhabit that part very well. And then marina de Tavira who is supporting in Roma and to me makes quite quite a bit less of an impression than the lead. So I would not vote for her. What's her percentage to win? They've got her at four percent, but Emma, stone below her with three they're picking Regina king and Amy Adams and second which to me says between king Scott King get. All right. Who do we got for best supporting actor or final category? We've got. By the way, what's the the least amount of screen time. Someone had an won best. Supporting actress, crystal, I don't know Beatrice straight for network. Eight minutes really best supporting actor give it to me. Daddy, Mahershala Ali, which I realize as I read it. I've been mispronouncing for two years now. Mahershala Ali in green book is I would say exactly the same thing..
"rachel vice" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"It's like give me a break. So I think it's just the same thing as that nothing against her. No. And she she's good in the movie, but come on. Yell it EPA retail for Roma. This is her first movie ever. I believe she's like issues twenty five years old. You know, plucked from obscurity, it's a good story. I think she's good in the movie, it's a largely silent performance. To me. This movie is all about the way it was shot. Which is genuinely impressive. But the other things to me are not as great. And I thought she was good in the role. But again, I'm not thinking about her when I think about Rome Olivia Colman is our next in the my money's on her lyrical was incredible. I haven't seen all these movies. But I yeah, I think she was just tremendous in that movie. Yeah. We discuss Roman the favorite and all these over on the patriotic. But she was amazing in this movie. And I really got the best of her scene partners. Rachel vice and Emma stone. I think they really came up around her because she's just that good. She's great. By the way, surprising boob shot from Emma stone in this movie. Yes, I was not expecting that. I wasn't either. An I folks I like to the honest with for me the will win is Glenn Close. I think the only person who stand the chance lady Gaga my vote would be Coleman. And my second choice would probably be McCarthy. My vote is for Coleman. I think McCarthy might take it. This the odds in this Entertainment Weekly Melissa McCarthy if three percent chance well, but they give the Roma lady a one percent chance. I don't know. I think it's going to be close. And there could not be. I mean, the the woman has been incredible and many things not the wife. For best actor, we're talking about Christian bale for Dick Cheney to me everybody in this movie was doing an impression with the comedy removed are turned way down, and I just never I never liked bio-pics. I never like. Movies where you just feel the person doing an impression of somebody as opposed to inhabiting that person Christian Bill is good as Dick Cheney. I mean, he disappears in the role with the help of makeup. But I mean, man, he's the front runner for this award. And I just think it's ludicrous. I would've talking about the movie on the other pub, I would agree with that Rockwell. Believe is also nominated for best supporting. Amy Adams is also nominated for best. Supporting I think I'm a fan of three people. I think all three nominations are off base. First of all Rockwell's barely in the God damn thing. Right. He shows up, you know, in a couple of scenes has a few lines here. And there is not pressed in any way to do anything. You know? That crazy right slightly less. Funny will fail. Yeah. And the same with Adams Adams gets to show a little more emotional range. But she's kind of just playing that typical. You know, the dragon lady wife behind the politician, you you've kind of seen in a million times. I thought she was good, but I caught her acting too. You know, it's just one of movies where you're like sorry. It is harder. Especially working in the biz too. Not just see people acting. But like to me. As I said at the beginning, a performance that is so much more interesting to me than these flashy. Showy performances is Gosling, and I man he plays it all close to the vest. But you see that he is like dying inside, and doesn't know how to deal with loss and grief, and it cetera talk to people and to me, he he acted head and shoulders around these people and didn't get any mention mentionable. Who's next next is? Ram? Ow. That's now that's somebody who is acting with a gap. It'll a I as we've discussed on the show thought he did a really good job. I would love to see and at least had the chance to compare. What Sasha baron Cohen would do with it ROY Malik annoyed me and spots. And I couldn't tell if that was an accurate portrayal of Freddie, Mercury. Or if it was just rally Malik being annoying because if you've seen him win things this year, he's an annoying, dude..
"rachel vice" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast Withâ€¦
"I never have to be well behaved is. Well. I know you're novella here to tell you, but you, but you're you're you're let's but not in a very fun way. It's gonna be fun. So I just saw the favorite day, which is yours. Did you see that couple of days ago? One of those, you know, BAFTA screening things terribly good now fired. You're suddenly in queens. Yes. In my rider now. Quinn. L A Queen Mary Queen clean, not one of the one of the most famous people from history, but water storing furniture and buildings. Yeah. Sure. One amazing storm that God. Isn't it mazing? Why don't we know about her? What we do know because I would have listened to those history. I know seventeen children. None of them have own on them survived awful. Yeah. Quentin unhappy lady eventually, yeah. And that was with Rachel vice as the mall bre, an Emma stone as the Baroness mushroom, which competed for your faction. Yeah. And how does that only in the land of film, could I Pol Rachel vice and. Very very elegantly. Thanks the power you'd worked with this directive before. Yes, y'all anthem asylum. Sue blood, you said his name as it's written. Okay. Lengthy your where's he from Greece? Greece base say Croydon just for. Greece. And he is amazing you'd love him stronger film, because it's very much about the three of you are brilliant in it is very much about this is the trio of. Yeah, it's women in this this relationship between the three of love triangle, really three of them. And and yet the film itself is quite sort of Tim Burton gothic going on very kind of production in very extreme. That's crazy dance at one point of the sort of historical. But when you're when you're playing it what you aware of all that stuff. Or are you just playing this? I'm glad I'm a yoga's fan, and I've seen his other films. What was him on lobster? And I sort of knew that you can't expect to get rid of any expectations because he'll do something different. Right. So that was fun and joy Foco dancing. Okay. Right. It's going to happen. There's bogeying. But again, it's a position of trust. Right. We trusted James Strong in when you then you can just that guy. Yeah. So we'll this stuff is happening, which will be amazing because I'm convinced it will be because he's brilliant. And then and then you just play for all the honesty you can. News. Yeah. And hope that he'll go no bigger smaller, whatever in terms of the relationship between you and the other two actors was that I'm presuming yoga tone, God loves them. Now, there's a friendship for life type rial, which one is your favorite. Both. Favorite child? Well, it depends. What you? Each day. That's true. Important, although so pastoral relationships. Have you because I would ask you to name names. But have you you must have had a relationship where you're having to act opposite someone that you're not entirely keyed into and I mean. Hi, much more difficult. Does that make it for you say much harder? But some people I think seem to thrive on that. But I I had very good actor. I can't pretend it so. If if I think someone's dick, I think you can tell the I think that right, right? And on on the favourite we had two or three weeks for her beforehand, which as we have it doesn't happen very often. And also you've said you don't like, but this is different right? Because it wasn't sort of intellectually plowing through pulling apart and ruining every fucking word. It was playing games rise. We dick around for two or three weeks. Right. Had to learn how to say on a horse as well said never done before. We giggled and. It was so much fun. That's interesting. Is it does come across? You get the sense of real intimacy between great. Yeah. Because I find this intimate scenes. I just I can't do. I'd rather not do. Embarrassing right? Yes. A bit of great intimate stuff on there..
"rachel vice" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Noon to three the voice Kaufmann show. Amy Adams in. Vera in Rome, Makina king, and if Beale street could talk in the favorite and Rachel vice in the favor. That's the latest. We have streaming live your Oscar nominations and eight fifty W F T L dot com. But that was the audio for best supporting actress now they're doing cinematography while they got done with cinematography key grip. I. They're doing crazy stuff like makeup and stuff now. But you gotta wait for best actor and actress director and picture supporting actor, though, more Herschel Ali for green book, Richard E grant for can you ever forgive me. Yes. Anyone even heard of that movie? No Sam Elliott for a star is born. Okay. Sam Rockwell for vice and Adam driver for black klansman. I have not seen any one of these films. Yeah. I have you know, I think you're so outta touch. I'd like to go see that book the green book with marshal Ali. And I can't think of the other guy's name. But it looks. It looks good. I know a lot of people seem vice. I don't know. A world. I won't see vice now after what Christian bale said. Yeah. That was not cool. It was like in a chance to say that Jerry does anybody even care or should he do you want to hear the best supporting actors list now? Over the big. Movies and best actor, but this movie Roma which they say could fees it how does the foreign how does the foreign language film, win even get even nominated for best picture, or this is what I love about this one wait a minute, it's called Roma filmed in Mexico City. And it's and it's been it's in span, and it's in Spanish. By that that real famous director that Spanish director. I can't think of what is. You know, what's his name over stone? Michael moore. No my. Yeah. I he's won before for best for best director that much. Locate busted, so the two of you who are into that kind of thing we got you covered. A lot of people are into it in you know, what it more so this year because they don't have Kevin Hart. I'll watch just to see how it opens. I'm not gonna lie to you. I want to see this thing go down the plane, and then they're going to get somebody like a Susan serandon to come to do, you know best supporting actress, by the way, she's running for president against that jerk. Now, see that's what it is. And that's what's going to happen. It's going to go run amok because there's not one host or hostess to keep this thing in line. Yeah, you're right. This might be that'd be great. Should learn something from the Screen Actors Guild because the sack awards are. We were just where they said, no politics, and the only politics that was said, whereas by the people who won right, right? So. And now that you have no control. That's all it's going to be. We'll see I don't know probably ratings were down for the Oscars twenty percent last year. I say they'll go down another twenty you're probably right. I will I will agree with you on that one. All right, close to home. Well, this was another thing that happened over the weekend. Governor rod Santa's the do Ron Ron. He's the axe man. He's getting things done so Friday afternoon. Well, late morning, really he suspends Palm Beach county supervisor of elections. Susan Booker children rally over the weekend. Get a lot of this question..
"rachel vice" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"And Rachel vice has to play like I fucking see you bitch, watch it and also she just has to say so strong while so being so Schick, they're all three of them are. So as I love that the end. Yeah, I love ABBIE. Anyway, I love him so much. I loved the lobster. I loved killing of a sacred deer. Like, he's missed your gross. Yes. Yes. Yorgos george. He creates a world. He creates a world, and I and tone now that oh, Tom civic, tone the best. Yep. Yep. Pippi I forgot that he was killing sacred year. What a different thing. Yeah. He can do it all that bitch. Yes. Then that movie's really fucking good. And I wish I wish that I wish that it felt like, you know, what's crazy to that movie. Doesn't get non samba nomination. Oh, everyone is good in it. Even the guys even the guys do their job similar to the men in Mamma Mia where they like no that it's not about them. But they're still doing their best omitting to it. But they also know what their role in the movie is nNcholas lift up the women making a meal out of it making a meal out of. Nick did make me a lot of any any even to assist boyfriend win. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He was good. Very good. He was I liked it all pretty much all around and it's bizarre. Because it's like I think it's weird because sag after really fucked up again with this nominee with the film nominations or the cast emissions because they did both of their things that I think are wrong. They did the thing where it's like well too big cash. So it has to be nominated human rhapsody. It is a health. Scape? Rash? I Terry on for samba of bohemian. I thought my brain was broken when I read I really did literally for doing what for doing? What movie is one of is one of the worst things I've sat through I think if you remember when I couldn't yet. But I was just like who is in the movie I've heard nothing about any. I've heard nothing about any performances Yvette right lane. I heard him repellent. Tear terrible all Rami does he sticks his fist up in the air. And like. Just the affects that he takes with with doing, Freddie. I that was either so cheesy and corny that was a little catch performance to. Absolutely. I mean, there was moments towards the end where I was like, okay. I guess I it's getting me a little bit. But the had so much more to do with Queen than the mall. Music is foolproof. Yeah. Yeah. You're like, oh, the music is good like knots. Not that doesn't need the container of the film that is two and a half hours long. Like, MRs my thing. It's like so can you read the nominations for the film's believer for rhapsody? Crazy rotations Black Panther. And then a star is born and a fifth one. Okay. Sorry. Best on slum bowl. Okay. Oh, sorry. Sorry. Skip through a week in. Okay. Here we go. Yeah. Stars born Black Panther plaque, clansman, secrecy, rich, Asians clansman. I didn't see that. I have good. It was it wasn't like wasn't the best Spike Lee. It wasn't like the best like to me. It's like I have to see black klansman still. But if that seems like if they wanna nominate that great. But for me, it's like, okay, then we have Black Panther and crazy richer, Asians, too. Big cast too. Great casts, but like, but it's like prestige awards. Yeah. I don't know. I think Black Panthers phenomenal. And I fucking love. I live for crazy Richardson. It's they don't feel. It's other. They need to feel words e it's just like did we just do this because it was a big cast? Right, right. But I still love that they're both nominee. But then on the other side of that. It's like, then why behaving wraps Weiss star is born the hanging rap city. I think they I think it probably came out at the right time. And like, I think they saw a big cast. And I think that off this often half and cast it is they just all do anything. Is there literally like any person other than where Malik that's a person? Really?.
"rachel vice" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"They I think here's what happened. They wanted the nominee. They were they were saying how do we get the most nomination? Whereas I think what they defer thing to do. And I think what I would have let them get away with. I actually would have them get away with this is if they put both Emma stone and Rachel vice in lead Z where the chips fall where they make guarantee. Emma, stone gets nominated Rachel vice probably loses out debatable. Whether she should or shouldn't. But show it is probably the way it would go Olympia. Coleman would win supporting actress. And I think that out of the three of them if you had to gun to your head say, which one is the supporting actress, it is love you a Libya, and are you saying? In the general conversation around Libya that she doesn't have her chances of winning best lead are not super great. Well, I will not vote for her for best actress sag, and the my reasoning for that is it's not that. I don't think it's it's great performance. I just think it's not a true leading performance on out of principle. Not I am not voting for. Well, I have to see everything still, but. One's gonna be so mad, but I. But also, you resist. You're not gonna I first of all she's nonunion. I think she's. She's simply not. She's been a search join after season to season three hundred twenty. She's not unionization Kaga. She. By God, not union. That's ridiculous. We have to have a movement joining equity finally. Gaga for being non union. What if I was like guys see point? Get weather vane. This despite having the most money here at this table. I guarantee you have can you vote? Did you pay your dues payment? I haven't gotten screeners. I they have the wrong address. But I'll I'll I'll figure it out. And you'll figure it out. Listen, if we could all vote, what would you say? Forgetting what else there's things Melissa. There's melissa. There's pulled up. Yeah. Yeah. There's MS Gaga there is I guess viola Davis missed it. Oh, there's Emily and Mary Poppins. Yeah. That's it's not an Oscar. You don't feel this way perform I don't feel this way. I loved it. But I'm like you're not gonna vote for for an Oscar Julie Andrews bizarrely winning Mary Poppins back in the day. Not. Well, it was I feel that the Julie Andrews win was basically them saying wolf suss cue to Audrey Hepburn. Because they gave Audrey my fair lady after Julie Andrews, originated it, and then they passed over Julie when they did the movie version, but then Julie did Mary Poppins they didn't even nominate Audrey Hepburn. I live for drama like this. They didn't even nominate Audrey. So I feel like it was sort of weirdly a show of solidarity with Julie Andrews have you put in all that work. And then they pastor over for someone that could not very boulevard narrative, which we're seeing play out. Hey, folks, it's the new year starting a healthy routine and sticking to it are.
"rachel vice" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"Since blood or with pigeon blood while threatening to kill each other obscurely, then this is the movie for you. What's not sweet about? Okay. Are Greg tart tartan juicy. What did you make of this toll glass of of pigeon? Glenn? Yes. Thank you. I loved watching this movie. I I love watching it. I didn't mind it's with pans. And it's broke, blah, the description, you gave of length unless his direction style Dana just called to mind. Just as you were speaking Sofia coupla, he's like a male nephew Coppola. He's making like weird ass little hot houses, and then luxuriating in the and then there's it's obviously different. But there there there's something of that in this. I think maybe maybe they get to. I'm not crazy about Sephiha Coppola either. But I think there is you're right. There's something in common. She's more dreamy drift e and he's a little bit more into sadistically manipulating the audience. But it's there's a pleasure in being sadistically manipulated. I'm not gonna lie. Well, and it's all very careful and beautiful mannered. I mean, that's actually reminds me of what was the name associate couple of movie in the south. But the mushrooms the beguile. Yeah, there's a bit of that too. I mean, yes, it's less less dream like I just could not. Zisti watching these three women in their incredible sandy Powell costume getting to do all of the delicious things they get to do in this movie. Bolivia Komen's performance is amazing. Rachel vice is like. Steely and competent and wears an insane like leather riding outfit that I just want to wear every day for the rest of my life. And then turns out to have a heart of gold, and Emma stone is a straight up bitch. And I. Yeah. I it sweet is the wrong word teen Dana on that. But it was delectable. I would say maybe it's a bit of a poison apple. I think the end is pretty dark MS and dropping although I would argue that there's actually like a line of poignant humanity in what befalls Rachel vice. This is much for the Queen. I think turns out to be purer than it seems like it might be at first. But yeah, I mean, Dana just those whatever those outfits are where they're wearing kind of. They have like the none wings on their hips. They have these like flying buttresses and their bustle. Like, I just I just bathed my eyes and the costumes forever, so fun. Yeah. The costume just one word on the costumes, which really are remarkable. It's not just that they're period appropriate, in fact, as a non fashioned historian. I can't say how period appropriate they are. But I'm sure tons of research went into them. But the point is not sort of merchant ivory style to make a beautiful scene where everybody has period appropriate close. There's a real designing to the to the entire look of a court. So it's almost in a black and white palette. Did you notice it's almost all either black and white or navy and white and so everybody looks like a domino or a Chesapeake being moved around. You know, in some of those big scenes of all the courtiers gathered together just have this really great use of just a couple a couple of colors. To to to create that sense that you're on a game board. So I come in bright about in between the two of you. It's the sumptuous to look at. It's very hard. I don't know if I mentioned, it's tartness. It it takes place in the great age of cleavage. You know, it's bosomy. And and you know, it's something that I don't especially like, which is the way the contemporary cinema imagines the great British past. Always seems just like a some watching a school play with kind of put on accents not that Emma? Stone isn't wonderful and not that our accent isn't totally believable. But still there is a kind of oddity of first becoming stiff and formal in order to indicate the somewhat far past and then becoming human in order to create the dramatic interest of the movie is very is very tough to do. And because this one is so into the scene setting and the sumptuousness in the costume ry. And the, you know, a heaving embalm power, whatever it's it was hard for me to lose myself in the story in..
"rachel vice" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"She did say. That's fine. I got down the mine third love rest performance by an actress. Of course, who's interested by breast performance by an actor, the breast performance line, actress and emotion picture musical comedy, Olivia Colman the favorite. Oh, the the Joe all would movie is at the wall. When the that's why Taylor was there. He wasn't nominated. But he was in the movie. And that's when I realized I'm like, oh, I know nothing about the film industry because Emma stone being in a movie like that's Oscar-nominated. That's something. I would know that last year. There was a very similar movie that came out with Margot Robbie very Scott's. Right, and sir Ronin very confusing. I get my time period. Things all confused. That's when I was like, I really didn't know a lot about what was going on in terms of the TV and film that we're nominated. But when that came out, I was like, oh, I really don't know what's going on. And then it was funny because both of those girls were nominated for best supporting actress, and it's like the movies called the favorite as if one of them one it would be the Avery. How do you feel about ritualized? Rachel vice you mean, I was going to say introduce her like that. No. Because. Because apparently, that's how how her name is pronounced them wise. It's spelled with w why German like my she's Jewish right? Yes. And so she's waiting Daniel Craig. Yes. As very legitimate when I was in college took a theater class. And they were like one of these times was to go see a play that wasn't a musical. And I'm like, are you kidding me? And everyone's like, the local, but I took it as an opportunity to hit Broadway and see trail with Daniel, Craig and Rachel is on screen romance. With offscreen lovers. Truly one of the worst things I've ever done. I got in trouble. It was such a serious theater. I got in trouble by the woman behind me for popcorn too loud. That's like that was I experience is allowed sack neutral to don't serve it out theater..
"rachel vice" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"Right. Really? I know, and he is of course, dating Taylor was affiliate of Joe Allen was in my home. I wouldn't know who he was or why is literally a male version or Taylor swift than me. They look exactly the light it, really. I just got blonde hair and their pale. If he mugged me in the police were like right draw him draw the guy mode, like I don't know stick, man. Stick me in time. I don't know. I also suggested that a man list. Berg would do. Well. And I did love her in the hate you give but she was in two movies that really like I think one went right? Video was the Mandy Moore dog crunch one where hands touch or was that Darcus mines mine's. We're hands touch. Did. You just make that up doesn't. It's like the worst movie. I saw last year. No. That is on her filmography. I am sad to say name your movie where hands touch you're not trying try again, that's a first draft. Get like your computer should be like no do it again. Okay. Then your suggestions were outrageously with Lucas had just what you right about than you did. I'm so mad at you for getting the so right because everybody remember this is December twenty seventeen you suggested that Latisha, right? Would be star. Right. He's a big old star Lakisha Stanfield again big old star. And then I'm so mad about this. She like this guy has like Leo DiCaprio vibe, Timothy Shalmi. Wow. I feel good about that one to feel very good about that one. Yeah. So we we could okay. I believe it doesn't it here predicting missiles and Conde's being racist. I think that's a that's a that's a positive experience. 'cause like I got aliens from the year before you did alien life now happen book. Don't what's what's you? Because you had a couple of you've nailed really hard. What were what were your favorites have yourself? I feel like I did I say say pregnant beyond say was pregnant I said, she was pregnant, and I said that she was she could have multiples. That's right. She did she was pregnant with twins. Listen, I'm claiming that my McCoy was on the money. It's not on the money. That's garbage garbage shrink. Listen, you're being so basic stopped drinking it. Okay. So let's get let's get to Tony teen. Let's go we have our categories. And then we'll go presuppose lives after that. So jamie. Why don't you start predictions for divorce in popular culture this year? We don't really find joy in this. I mean, we don't want marriages to and we want people to stay together forever. But that's just not the reality. And this is showing restraint because. Last few years, we've had most likely to die. And we just we finally admitted that when I think last year we I edited out because it felt weird. And we kept saying. And then they were like, I don't know. This just seems weird. The way one of those dead. But when I was not, can you guess which one do, you know, dead or alive? He's dead. Okay. So four divorce the way I do this is it is a scientific I think if you married co star, you your likelihood of divorce, go skyrocket. Because look at all the couples who have divorced because they met on the set, and they were like, oh, it was great when we met. So my two couples I'm predicting I'm predicting Daniel Craig and Rachel vice because I think Rachel is is going to look up and go why am I with him? Why she's going wash the mcadams moving be like there's more chemistry here. I I know why did I divorced Aaron aaronow sqi? Oh, well, okay. And then I'm going to suggest that Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are heading for the big O, enter estimating. I know look, and look I get it. I know you're like, well, they've been dating since twenty twelve they've been married since two thousand fifteen but I just don't know that having children named Wyatt. In Dmitry is enough to keep you together. See I have them markdowns like Caruso Goldie Hawn, let they'll be together forever together. Forever. See because I like I like I like you have scientific approach..