22 Burst results for "Ratatouille"

"ratatouille" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

02:06 min | Last month

"ratatouille" Discussed on Cineflek

"Hello. Everybody and welcome to another episode of sin. Affleck i your host. Ethan coburn Clara is not with us for the week but she will be back next week for a special episode fifty with Carsten carson is coming back We're doing cats. I'm really really excited to Recording that in a couple of days that'll be really fun In the meantime we have To this week and then jurassic park in the second half of the week so it's a double double week On thursday we'll be joined jurassic park with my friend. Nev and ryan who you may remember from moonlight whiplash so That'll be that'll be really really fun. i hope you guys and checking that one out as well This week i have sophian siegel on who you may remember from the law. Land podcast the law in podcast was our highest played episode until until recorded one with karston but You guys seem to really really like that. And so they have great energy together. I figured it'd be fun to get them back together and talk about One of their favorite movies in kind of do a pixar double feature with with up so up also. If you haven't listened to that episode. I put that out. Last thursday i'm pairing this with a bordeaux so they just seem to drink a lot of wine in this movie It seemed appropriate to drink wine so and french. Wine seems very appropriate. So check I guess i guess. I don't really have a recipe but Check out my social media. I'm just gonna plug that anyway. At said affleck pod on instagram and at santa flick on twitter. Thank you to my patrons jaden. Stephen sydney zack isaac in griffin there. We go If you wanna be a part of my patriot Check that out at said afflict At sorry patriot. Dot com slash. Set.

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"ratatouille" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

Wild Wild Tech

06:56 min | Last month

"ratatouille" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

"Anymore. Some of my favorite parodies are the ones that also are like sincerely doing what they're making fun of and feel like you can only really make fun of a song really well when you like when you love that genre right like when you really understand it. Absolutely and he one hundred percent. But he's got that sort of like quality to him right. So daniel is in the habit of doing these musical theater versions of other people's songs and then someone points him towards the video that we played for you at the top of the episode. Emily jacobson's remmy the rafferty. Emily jacobson's video of her singing. Otaru me so i thought it was really funny. I thought it was really charming. And silly. and it just screamed act to disney broadway finale. Like what better way to end to show them with the words. May the world remember your like that. Just sounds like a finale. So i gave it the broadway treatment. You know huge vocal arrangement and a full orchestra. That's all fake. It's all for my computer. But you know the french horns and the strings all that so i posted that and that's what launched the ratatouille musical event because emily's video was a mean People bob did it went super role but it was just a mean known was talking about it being a musical and then once i posted my video. It was like wait. Should this be a musical on. That's all of the extra content started coming up so basically daniel saw meam built on that team and then he became the music supervisor arranger and songwriter for a full scale production. That sounds like a totally normal career. Asked sogeti so one thing. I've been wondering about this is. What is daniel's job like. Actually i can just show you so. Here's a song that daniel wrote for the rest of the called. Anyone can cook. Let me think there's a lot of places. I could start time. My dad almost died a rat poisoning. I saved his life time. The someone is talking as the music. Vamp someone that is titus burgess. i'm just i'm learning. He's the star of the show. Yeah he's ready. Okay that's a great pick on the show sold to tell you how bring the breeze a castle as we all know ratatouille is not a musical but this seems like it feels like something that would be if it were. It wasn't musical very natural fit. I can imagine remmy and other rats saying this whole deal here so so does daniel just sort of like make up songs based on the movie so this actually this song. The original inspiration was by the guy who ended up playing chef cousteau kevin chamberlin and then daniel kind of additional material to make it into a full song that would fit within a production so to give it that sense. Like you're saying that feels like it would genuinely fit with an actual broadway show. It's really cool. With great power comes great responsibility and as we have already mentioned. This project came with challenges. I mean obviously doing it. All in isolation was difficult at but even more than that was just how quickly everything came to be. Where i i got the call. From the producers on december four th and the concert was january. I like a fully produced concert with an album and like from the first arrangement that i did. It was thirteen days until we were in studio with an orchestra recording so like we were like working on charge the evening before we were recording orchestra. And it's not like we were like editing things or like you know it was like they didn't exist like we literally had nothing so it was just the time line was like so insane where i would do enrichment song. It would go to macy schmidt. Brilliant orchestrator shoot orchestrator. It we go to our copyrights and our music director. Emily marshall who's fabulous and it was just like a conveyor belt basically like get it done. Get it done. There was no time to think. Luckily daniel's prior experience to to that intense deadline there was no time. It really really was just trusting my instincts. And i think that that's also what creates the best art like. I know i create my best. Start when i'm on a deadline. Same but it's obvious from talking to daniel that he thinks all of that work was worth it. I mean the connections. That i made from this are like immeasurable like that. Alone is really exciting. 'em emily music director in may see the orchestrator obsessed with and we text every day. Still like i want a like everything with them and the idea of what ratatouille was is really exciting to me. In the idea of it's crowd sourced it's you know user supported and and it really felt like just a community came together to create this. Is there a way that we can take what that is what that represents and reverse engineer at basically to create something sustainable that we can actually continue to do that and to continue to create new theater that uses unheard voices and it just a really exciting way being being able to open up the new york theatre door without millions and millions of dollars. That's that's huge One of the things that's great about theater is also one of the things that makes it so hard to get into which is like there are only so many stages and everyone wants to be on them. Say yeah tiktok has kinda done. Some good hair and i asked daniel war. He thinks about this particular platform that enabled something like their attitude to happen. There are so many parts of tiktok that really allow something to happen. And the two main ones are the duet feature and then the four you page algorithm so basically with the duet feature. You can take a video and then he can do it yourself also like performing with that video but then you also can just use the sound so a lot of people use my original sound when they were creating this and did like dances to ed or talked about like their costume design while the song was playing in the background or like pretend that they were a director or in the audience using that. Sound which got out there. Then it's also all about the algorithm on the four page which is something that all of the other tech companies really want the code for and i understand why and basically for those who don't understand how algorithm works. There's a four page which doesn't require you to actually follow anyone. It only is based on the things you interact with and that is not just like its likes comments when you send it to people how long you watch these videos and then like the easy version to understand is oh you know what. He likes. A lot of videos that have a hashtag musical theater..

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"ratatouille" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

Wild Wild Tech

02:04 min | Last month

"ratatouille" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

"Welcome back to wild wild tech. We've been talking about that tiktok musical also known as the radical right. We heard from greg who i got the green light from disney to make this show and michael patrick who were in charge of the adaptation. But when i knew that we were going to do an episode about the radical. That was one name at the top of my list. My name is daniel merck left. I am a twenty seven year. Old composer arranger in new york city daniel as you may have guessed composed and arranged the radical but he was also one of the tiktok creators responsible for the viral trend behind it and he has a familiar story for how he got into tiktok. It goes way back to the beginning of the pandemic. When i found tiktok was sort of a place it was a place of escapism. Really because you know there's just so much bad news everywhere and when you open tiktok it wasn't news. It was just fun little videos. It reminded me of vine. Which i love and i miss fine so i started consuming content and then i started creating the content and doing these musical parodies as we've discussed before my experience with tiktok mostly other people sending me links or saying them pop up on twitter. And that's where. I one of daniel's this musical theater parody of a song called new york summer written by louisa maushire. See what you think. All right another tiktok. I love clicking on these links. Because i never know what i'm gonna get a restore.

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Sea Shanties Have Taken Over TikTok

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Sea Shanties Have Taken Over TikTok

"Apparently the biggest trend on tiktok are she sees shanties Gen z fallen in love with impossible. It's impossible to say see shanti shanti. Shanti no blew up per buddha turn below. My believe boys blow. They love about the thing. That i think is most about tiktok is why i love the ratatouille. Musical thing is just like the collaborative tools that they have built really are genius like it is so easy just to come layer at on the sees the evolution of something right to go back and find like the first video and then like people adding on and it just becomes like there's something release sweet about that

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'Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical' has raised over $1 million for struggling actors

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

'Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical' has raised over $1 million for struggling actors

"The tiktok musical ratatouille can we start over really anyway. It has raised more than a million bucks for the actors fund. Way know but i had to go back. Because i don't get froggy interrupted me wayne brady got together with a bunch of his friends and it was just supposed to be this. Viral tiktok about the disney classic radha doing well it started streaming on new year's day. It's continuing until today. And like i said it has raised more than one million dollars. People are absolutely loving it. So check it out.

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Tituss Burgess, Adam Lambert, and Wayne Brady star in 'Ratatouille' musical

the NewsWorthy

00:59 sec | 3 months ago

Tituss Burgess, Adam Lambert, and Wayne Brady star in 'Ratatouille' musical

"Disney movie ratatouille is getting turned into a musical. But this is not your average musical. It was brought to life on the video. Sharing app tiktok yet. Back in the fall musical theater fans started using the platform to share original song lyrics and ideas to turn the animated film into a broadway style show and since then it's picked up a ton of momentum even some big stars have thrown their weight behind the project. Including titus burgess wayne brady and adam lambert this friday january first musical will get its big reveal but not actually on tiktok. It'll start streaming on today. Ticks dot com starting at seven pm eastern and. It'll be available to watch for seventy two hours. People can buy tickets at today. Ticks dot com and contribute. What they can from five dollars to one hundred dollars and the money raised will go to the actors fund which helps out workers in the entertainment industry. It's worth noting to disney is not directly involved in creating this online musical but diverge reports. Its blessing to the project. I

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"ratatouille" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"ratatouille" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"What's happening. Slowly it dawns on her that. This guy's jacking off and it it on the high school also so the bus is like a city bus. Oh I don't thank you all been. They're not on the yellow bus. Okay bus and he was on her pants. Riyadh and behind her yeah he can't you can't quite see like they don't show at obviously but she doesn't. It happened so fast. She kinda doesn't know what she doesn't know what to make of it. Not Not anybody necessarily sees exactly what happens but the the part of the painful thing is that she looks around the bus not empty and she kind of tries. I don't know if you've ever maybe this where you're looking for that one person to acknowledge that was fucked up right and she has that and she doesn't she doesn't get it and she kind of just scurries off the bus and she just holds it with her and she tries to make it about the fact that. Oh this is a bummer. These were my favorite genes. That I wonder if that's ruined like she focuses on that part of it like. Oh isn't that bomber that my jeans might be ruined. This is kind of horrible and nobody stood up for me very. Yeah I feel. That's you just moved to like kind of not your newish right and so I feel stuff like that happens in New York as far as there's a lot of bystander effect. There's a lot of like let's not get involved. Have you had that? Because so for example I would say uncertain train lines. Let's say the AC or like the four five six especially there's on any given commute there's like a pretty good chance there's GONNA be some scuffled. Somebody's going to get angry And generally everybody. Kinda looks away and it's only after like something crazy happens where there's physical contact that people will be like fuck now. Have we have to get involved right? Have you had something like that where you're like? Oh Shit like you know. Something's happening on him. And you find yourself also kind of like avoiding that because that's a very New York thing to kind of like willingly just not to deal with it. I don't want to ruin my by my my commute. Have you had to happen. Yeah I hate to say that I I sh. I like definitely look to the floor. Yes and just try to almost I try to shrink into myself just to be small. I will say there's one there was one time that another thought. A possibility of another thought happened. Where so I'm a small Asian woman right So physically am I. I am also scared of your week and hurt. But there's there's there is something about Looking at a type of privilege that I have as a as a as a woman right. So there's someone the other day there was someone that was Kinda Stumbling. He was he. I couldn't tell if he was ill or if he was really drunk but he was having difficulty and I looked at him. I was like are are you okay? 'cause he had kind of dropped something and he was like owner find. Oh I think he's just really drunk but in that moment I realized that as as small as I feel. There's something about when someone acknowledges publicly. Oh this person needs help that people look at you and then kind of go. Oh It's okay to care knowledge that thing and she's she's she's a woman maybe we should. All I don't know adding vulnerability on top of the stretch. I think sometimes your this is really fucked up but if you see someone unless way in New York you have to assess if that person is homeless or a. This is really fucked up. Oh yeah quote. Real Person Yes. Yeah Yeah Yeah. One time I was like looking at this guy and he was like fall asleep and stuff like that and I was like. Is this guy a homeless person or a real person? Yeah and think about because like you know one of them is like Oh this is beyond my ability to help someone and or if you're a regular because like he had like. Aw I think the thing is I was like oh he has a cell phone and not just cell phone because even homeless people have held folks but he also had like airports and I was like. Oh this is like a regular person and as soon as I started poking him. Everyone else was like. Okay now we can ask you know we're all ping wins edge of the iceberg. I want to help but I'm not sure because like this could be a shark. Yeah Yeh can I. Can I help to not help? That was strange word. I'm interested in unpacking this idea because there was so there's a video I saw a while ago of Talking about racism and how there was And how we're dressed right so so there was a an African American man that didn't look Like just had regular clothes on. He kind of collapsed walking on a crowded street and nobody stopped right and then they did the same in his videotaped right because it's part of this exposure to things so there was a a man in a suit on that look like Wall Street guy. He stumbles and everybody go. There is obviously heavy race aspect but part of it. Also that I I was questioning is that the. I think the reason why we don't rush is that if if someone that seems hates uses where the quote unquote capable. It's a short investment of our time. Yes so if I helped to pick him up or if I helped to call someone. It's a five minute ride. Police will come or or like the. Yeah the ambulance will come in. And then just not your problem anymore. Right as if if it's someone who is in dire who probably needs me more than anyone else. That's like a lyft. I don't know where that invasion and like I could get stuck in fear yes A. Let's just get started. You're you're born far away from here. You're from.

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"ratatouille" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"ratatouille" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"Also if you're listening to this on your phones right now play constraint. Shot posted on instagram stories. Asian Not Asian pod and write these words. I have a terminal illness and my last wish is for you to listen to Asian Asian podcast. Thank you so much prayer emoji. Yes the whole thing. I don't even bother. Don't even bother. Don't even bother unless it's worked for the guy. I want to start with this story of the week. This is something that's been on my mind recently. Yeah I saw this in the notes and I was wondering what it was okay I. I'm wondering if this happens to me or if it happens to other people of color or doesn't marginalize people but I feel like I had this thing where just like brushing my teeth looking in the mirror and I saw. I don't remember exactly what a buzz but like just the the way whatever I was thinking my thought led me to a flashback of like I think I was looking at like a like a hair gel or something something that like this one person who I knew usually use in high school and then I started thinking about that guy and then I remembered that there was the entire year or two in highschool where my friends had megyn their phones as muscle change. Not that I'm Mike. All fucking for God about that. Yeah the start against so mad and I'm like why did I just let them do that? And then I was just tweeted. This is like two lakes but I was just thinking I was like I feel like I've had a lot of moments like that where I'm like eating breakfast like opened my wallet and I just have a flashback. Because it reminds me of racist somebody censoring the fast and then I started thinking about this one guy who did that to me and I was just like I wonder if that's happened to other Friends of mine just like you're just doing something that's completely unrelated and you're like all my God that guy did call me or whatever. Yeah I do also we gotta gotTa Stop First Trunk. So they they put that in as you're have that in their phones if they call you that to your name. Sometimes they really. Yeah I like I I guess I just like repressed it. I didn't even really. I forgot that they did that to me. Oh Shit yeah so high. School High School Freshman Year Alex Sophomore Junior. They were like they weren't my main crew. My main crew like what? I'm do that Shit. These were like me my so like I had a lot of different groups of friends and then these are friends that I knew from sports. They used to run cross country. Tennis and stuff those like kind of like Bro. He and I love my crew but they were very smart academically but had the best grades in my crew so like I don't have classes with any of them right. Yeah all the people I classes with these people my other groups friends and so there was like this one jock. There was Jason and he he was like very mean to just people in general. We're like yeah. He's nice to me. Whatever you know but like those aggressive kids. Yeah it was very aggressive. And then he like. I don't know what prompted but there was like a wire where they just called me and I called them once I saw in their phone. And that was like you have in your phone as Mosk Ching. Cha Did you call them out. You say you know what was so fucked up is like I think back then I was so it doesn't bother me because that's a Chinese and saw see ya but now it's like that's not the point the point you know what I mean so like but I think back then that was my defense mechanism is to like is to separate myself from the problem doing it wrong because that's not who I am but like I was missing the point. Yeah I sort of triggers for me. Yeah I remember for a while okay when I was in high school. Yeah really excited. Because lethal weapon four came out and I was watching lethal weapon four. And you guys haven't seen it. In general I like lethal weapon. Whatever we'll get into later like there's a scene where they're interrogating suggest lease in it. Which is why I was really excited. I was like hell. Yeah Yeah and so there's this Chinese triad thing which when I which you know now brings up all sorts of red flags but at the time I was just like a kid and I was like. Yeah he's GonNa be. It's GonNa be awesome and interrogating this like one of the Chinese triad leader guys and there's a joke in there and it goes on for a while. Yeah about where he can't do the R. L. Thing he says flied right. Friday and it goes on for a long time in the interrogation interrogating him in like he's he's at a dentist okay. It's not a great scene. Yeah but like the whole thing and at the time as a kid. It didn't dawn on me. I guess the reason why is because actually didn't get it. I was like oh I didn't know Asian people couldn't do that. Asian people I knew could do fried rice or what are the. Yeah Yeah Yeah. He's speaking I. It was like a I was like. Oh this is like a joke for old people on me that it was like. Oh they're making fun of Asian people because again like Vietnamese. People don't have this Korean people. Chinese KIP kids. I knew do not have this. Bmi Some Weird Tarik boomer. You must be like an antique oil joke. Like look old USA. Make Fun of these Asian. People were no longer apply. But I'm like oh. This is terrible. This is stupid seen in but like you know as a kid to your point you kind of go. Well that doesn't really directly impact me so I'm like kind of like whatever..

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Debunking Myths of Juice Cleansing

20 Minute Fitness

04:22 min | 1 year ago

Debunking Myths of Juice Cleansing

"Juice detox is or cleanses whatever you want to call them. First of all what are they. So juice cleanse is a type of diets that involves consume juices from vegetables and fruits in an attempt to lose weight and detoxify. The body so marked is trying to promote these diets by promising things like rapid weight loss. Better skin and a refresh of the body but is this all B. S. so the basic the idea behind detox diets is temporarily remove some foods or food groups to help eliminate toxins inverted comments that build up from our environment diet and lifestyle. They often don't say what these toxins to eliminate toxins and they aim to help pass infield healthier and lose weights before we look into the negatives about juicing thing I want to I look into what the potential benefits could be so a detox. Diet tends to prescribe session foods or detox. Tease special juices on the lemonade. Surgeon in whole food groups which generally are unhealthy food categories with limited nutritional value so in that aspect potentially are beneficial juries trans fats for example and they also lost from three to ten days. I'm proponents of these. These cleanses Mockus said the fruits and vegetables are high in vitamins ends of minerals so drinking juices could introduce extra neutrons into the body to Overrule Health and these Juice Zorro so wretched anti-inflammatories allow boost your immune system making you feel more energetic Flush out toxins. I talked about again. RATATOUILLE talks off but a lot of this information is really anecdotes. And it's not scientific so it doesn't really carry that that much weight. I did however come across the study published in scientific reports that twenty people to follow a diet of six different juices a day for three days and the participants lost an average of three point. Seven pounds off to the vast. However as we know wait can fluctuate you to number two reasons. I'm holding owns less wattage. You call hydrates and take and so on. But they did find. The juice cleanse increased the amount of some health promoting bacteria and lowered the number of bacteria that causes illness up to a few weeks off to the study. So there are some in scientific studies showcasing the benefits but they are quite spas. So you want to see him. Businesses using what I call really fought shoddy fake case studies of people with unrealistic weight loss to certain impaired time using these teas juices and so. I wanted to explore the risks associated with juicing I informs according to nutritionist fear and a talk the body is naturally actually designed to be able to clear waste materials and chemicals and old hormones in order to prevent an accumulation of potentially toxic and harmful byproducts building up in our systems. And you don't need to be able to follow a artificial diet or system in order to do this. and Andy Belotti was another nutritionist. Based in Las Vegas says that if you're going to be juicing you're actually missing out. It's on loads different. Trades for example. You're not going to get a lot of protein. And of course. People need a daily supply of protein to build healthy immune cells and regenerate muscles from working out. I and is. It's also harder to absorb from plant based foods is an album based products. And so you need a lot more of its to get adequate amounts on Ireland needed for many different functions. For example it's vital. I talked to the proper function of Hemoglobin. which the protein needed to transport oxygen in the blood? You Bet against any calcium when you're juice diets or three fatty acids and even says by juicing a fruit or vegetable also removing lots of its fiber and fiber is of course necessary fraud digestive health regular bowel movements. It also helps you to feel full of longer. Let's say you're very hungry when you're doing these juice diets and it can improve your cholesterol and blood. Sugar levels assistant preventing some diseases such as diabetes. And and what I think is very important. The promise associated with rapid weight loss may indeed occur up. Because you're limiting your your calorie intake. Quite significantly is crash dieting and as we discussed in the past. This is not sustainable. And more likely than not you'll do a one eighty and be back where you were when you first started a few months down. The line awed. Liz Appropriate Director Sports Nutrition of University of California also said that walls cleansing people commonly spirit side effects so they experienced headaches dacre experience fatigue. Difficulty Thinking moutainous stomach pain and Honda hunger pangs. And obviously he changes in bowel function. So there are a lot of things to consider. If you have a word or you've been within the trough of do I do a juice cleanse. So although juicing might feel a quick fix for a period spent overindulging you can begin to see the actually. The long term will do more harm than good.

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"ratatouille" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

This Movie Changed Me

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"ratatouille" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

"I love the way you when you talk about ready to the kind of danger that can happen as a critic in becoming cynical as you get older you know and it really strikes me in in that kind of last line the line that Anton Ego says after he's been transported back in time to his childhood after he's bitten into the ready to re says I can't remember the the last time I asked the waiter to give my compliments to the chef I mean he's got to a point where he's so jaded right and so cynical that even being able to recognize this love love in the work is hard and I just wonder you know as your role euros a critic but also as a human being you know how this movie has continued to change changed for you as you've gotten older. You've watched it more often well. I think I'm glad you bring up that line because I think that that's a very important one. which is that whether whether you're talking about food or about movies you're you're talking about inevitably about commercial products things that are bought and sold and produced for profit and that's certainly true pixar is part of Walt Disney Corporation which is growing by the minute when you're critic? It's important to be aware of that you know and to keep an eye out for the compromises and this is something something that skinner the true villain of the movie taking over. Goose does restaurant is certainly represents which is the the corruption of art because you you know skinner knows that there's a brand that there's the Gustavo Brand and that people are GonNa buy it whatever's in it so that he can kind of water down or sacrifice. Rafael the the creativity and the and that happens a lot in movies. Tell you lots of movies where where you see you know how commercial imperatives keep a lied on creativity and artistry that you're looking for so but but you have to keep yourself alert to it and not give up on it and what I often hope is that if I reach a point where I can't find the new or give up on finding in that I'll have the good tends to step away because I think that is a betrayal of the ethic of criticism if you decide that all of the good work all of the important work all of the new is his old is in the past is not in front of you then I think actually criticism can become harmful and can become stultifying and then you lose. I love you had for it right the one that you had for the work right or it's only nostalgic. You know it's only it's only well you know movies. Were great because everyone time period. Hey this is great one time period which always coincides almost always coincides with like the the late teens and early twenties which of course because you were you were young long. You're going on dates. You know where you are finding out of you or they. Everything was new to you. You had strong and passionate opinions and you know of course everything thing was the world was made for you in a way and then you kind of get into Middle Age and beyond in the world is isn't for you in the same way but you don't need to blame the world for that and I think the the the great role model for me among critics and not only for me for a great many film critics Roger Ebert in that because he never he was always looking ahead. He was always excited when he walked into the screening room and the lights lights went down he was with he's had the hope or the expectation of seeing something that he hadn't seen before and he kept that kind of faith right up to the end so that to me is the great example of of how to keep the critical spirit which is a spirit of of openness and of love alive in Yourself Self Scott teaches film criticism at at Wesleyan University and he's also a chief film critic for the New York Times. His book is called better living through criticism Walt Disney pictures and the Pixar automation studios produced ready to eighty and the clips you heard in this episode are credited entirely to them. The movie soundtrack off of Walt Disney records and composed by Michael Juki no the man behind the music up Coco and the credible. 's next time on this movie changed me. We'll be talking about the Marvel Gem Black Panther. You've got a week to watch it before next conversation and lucky for us. It's currently streaming on Netflix. Prepare Yourself. Kanda is calling the team behind. This movie changed. Me Is Maya Tarot Chris Tony Liu Kristen Lynn and Lillian Bill. This podcast is produced by on being studios which is located located on Dakota land. We also produce other podcasts you might enjoy like on being with Krista Tippett and becoming wise find those wherever you like to listen or visit us at on being dot org to find out more I me Percy and I'm going to go make the food that reminds me of home. Ida Buzz with poached eggs and a side of condos and lime juice on top of course.

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"ratatouille" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

This Movie Changed Me

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"ratatouille" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

"As we've been hearing a O Scott affirm movies change lives and we WANNA know how they've changed yours. Subscribe to our newsletter better and we'll send you our weekly reflection question along with instructions on how to share a voice recording of your response with us this week's question is what movie inspired you so in your career as an added bonus for subscribing to our newsletter. We'll also enter you drawing to receive your very own copy of a two-day visit on being dot org forward slash. TMC 'em letter and subscribe today. No it's so fascinating to me. You were saying often in movies. Critics are portrayed as villains and I have to say when I saw this movie I didn't see ego as a villain but but I definitely didn't really see him as a sympathetic character but he really is the core of Ratatouille in so many ways Anton Ego. I mean that beautiful line that you quoted in your New York Times Review of the movie. You know not everyone can be a great artists but a great artist can come from anywhere. I mean it's just it is so central to the kind of understanding enjoy of the movie and it comes in the swarm of a character that on the surface is supposed to be unlikable. Yeah and I think He seems because he's very he's very forbid. I mean the way that Peter O'Toole does the voice the way he's drawn almost as a kind of vampire figure lives in this dark coffin shaped apartment and I never eats by the way right who never eats never smile and is just completely completely sour but he is the person in the movie who explains in in a way vindicates eighths ram this idea that ego is I've been here. He has very high standards but he's free from snobbery that what is he needs everything he needs to prove itself on its own terms so he's not thinking about well. What is the reputation of this restaurant. Gustavo's of course is coasting on its reputation and serving pretty lousy food and the customers who keep going in and eating this lousy food RN away seduced by this reputation and are missing what's really going on and have maybe lost sight of the of the real possibilities of quality and innovation and creativity that that still exists in cooking and it's Egos job. It's the critics job to kind of be the radar that detects those things and I kind of take that to mean anything that comes along that is exciting challenging that fulfil some of the possibilities of creativity of human or for that matter owner of of rodent creativity the Java critics is is to discover that and to be able to make a case for it for the Public Linguini dish done yet is as bad as we remember just van diodes. Did you taste of course the for he changed. Take what could he change each changed it as it was going up to about seventy four. That's one.

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"ratatouille" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

This Movie Changed Me

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"ratatouille" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

"I mean I love the fact that there's the critic whose name is Anton which version of my own name Anthony Anton Antoin Kwan Tony and an ego and ego well you know for sure that in that in in this profession but who is setup in the movie to be misunderstood and the one of the things I mean not to get too self pitying or or dramatic about it but the critics often feel misunderstood. There's often a feeling that what we do and what we're trying to do is just not really not only not appreciated but also just just kind of fundamentally not people. Just don't get it people. What are you doing. Why are you trying to ruin. Everybody's funding. There's the why don't you like food. They say they say he doesn't he's holding things to these impossibly high standards. Everyone else wants to go out and have a good time as people do at the movies and here you are finding fault and passing judgment and taking the wrong things too seriously in the wrong way and I think that the the the movie ends up being a an appreciation and a defense of what ego does what criticism is why it's important to to the arts into artists in a way that I I hadn't come across certainly in in any other movie I mean when there are critics in movies they usually we are buffoons or villains or just kind of like bad guys and you could understand why filmmakers who've had their own experiences with critics would would shout worte stones. Finally closing is it. I'm no more financial trouble. No it's announced a new line microwave eggrolls waft what spit it out. It's come back gets reviewed cousteau's in his lawsuit. Awesome condemned it to the tortoise trays. Sit Gustavo has finally found his rightful place in history right alongside another equally famous CHEF JEFF this year boy do that as well. I left it. That was my last word the lost were tell me how could you be you write about it so beautifully. In your book better living through criticism you write about attitude and actually you share this wonderful reflection on Anton Ego. You described him as someone who approaches food with rigor and reverence more likely to bring him pain than pleasure and you also quote a movie from a scene from the movie where an innocent diner asks him as you right. Don't you like food and Anton he goes no I love food and you talk about the emphasis on that word love you say that it evokes a religious devotion rather than romantic longing. Roddick pleasure and that love which exists on an ideal platonic plane produces a steady diet of disappointment in the actual secular world of ordinary eating and I think what you're getting at there there is this thing that is misunderstood by critics which is that it's because you love what you're talking about so much that you take it so seriously and I wonder if at that point in in your career when you saw this movie and you saw Anton Eagle if it changed your approach to your own work in any way I think that it did and it was one of the reasons wins that I went on to write that book now which is which is kind of an attempt to defend and explore and define and just to understand and what criticism is not necessarily what the job of a professional critic is but where the activity of criticism it comes from because we all judge we all compare we all analyze we all interpret we take these experiences that we have that are meaningful and powerful to us and but often very confusing and mysterious and try to hold them up to some scrutiny try to initiate a conversation about them or try to. I figure out how we feel about them and what I thought about with Radha to he was that in suggesting that the origins of criticism criticism for ego are love and then later on in that amazing flashback scene discovering the origins of that love. He's he's transported back in time right because of the attitude that remmy makes him exactly rent romy makes him this strategy and it's one of those great little pixar a short films within the film you discover and this is a kind of a magical thing that happens that ramp didn't even necessarily know it. He made the food which is the kind of primal comfort food of anti-nato and so all of this longing emotion memory childhood it experiences the the the sensation of falling off his bike and skinning his knee and then being comforted by like Stewart eggplant and Zucchini which is kind of an interesting the France the art that is to say remy's cooking awaken those feelings him and then his job was to give some expression to that experience in a way that wasn't and personal that wasn't revealing that expense he doesn't do what some critics nowadays might do which is right as you know tell the story of his mother's Rattatte to the personal connection to but he puts that in there he puts that into the the reason of course then he gets fired from his job because it's you know this is a meal cooked by vermin German and the place gets shut literally a staff of rats or cooking so but he did really get me thinking about the relationship between artists and critics 'cause I think it's a fascinating one between remmy and an ego in that movie and what they are to each other and what how critics serve the cause of art so it. It certainly did affect the the way I thought about it. I mean I don't think it I can't say direct. League changed my practice as a critic but it did I think think affect my attitude toward what I do in a way my theory of it many ways the work of the critic easy eh we risk very enjoy position of those who offer up that work and sell to our judgment we thrive thrive on negative criticism which is found to write and read by the bitter truth. We critics must face is that in the grand grand scheme of things. The average piece of junk is probably more meaningful than our criticism designating. It's there are times when a critic truly risk something and that is in the discovery and defense of the new world is often kind to new talent new creations. The new needs France last night. I experienced something new annex extraordinary meal from singularly unexpected source to say that both the meal and it's make of China's. My preconceptions about trying cooking is a groups understatement. They have rocked me to my call. In the pause I have made no secret of my disdain for chef Gustavo's famous motto. Anyone can cook but I realize only now do. I totally understand what he meant. Not everyone can become a great artist but a great artists can calm tom from anywhere it's difficult to imagine more humble origins than those of the genius now cooking. Gustavo's who is in this critics opinion nothing less than the finest chef in France. I will be returning to Gustav. Sue.

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"ratatouille" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

This Movie Changed Me

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"ratatouille" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

"I'd like to take you back in time for a minute by asking you to close your eyes meditative exercise and for ten seconds. I want you to think about the first time that you saw gratitude and think about where you were and how it made you feel and then once the ten seconds are up. I will chime back in so what memories came up readjust then I mean it's funny because it I saw it for the first time in my capacity as a reviewer for the New York Times so it was at an all media screening which is basically a sneak preview where they have some of the rose taped off for the press yes and right from the beginning. It's just which I think is often true of the better pixar movies you're just in this world in this imaginary world that that even before you know what's going on in it or what the story is going to be as a kind of clarity and makes sense in a way and it was really only toward the end of the movie that I began to to really sort of get excited about it on an intellectual Alexa level because I thought this movie is about art and creativity and criticism. It's a movie that in the guise of being about a rat who learns to Cook Cook is kind of about all of the things that I care about and interested in going very deep into the reason that I do what I do. I know supposed to hate humans but there's something about them. They they don't just survive. They discover they create and just look at what they do with food. How can I describe it. Good food is using taste color. You can smell there is excellent. All around you need a stowe was right. Anura mazing each flavor was totally unique.

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"ratatouille" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

This Movie Changed Me

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"ratatouille" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

"Hello Fellow movie fans. I'm Lily Percy and I'll be your guide this week. As I talk with the New York Times chief film critic Ale Scott the movie that changed him is ready to easy and don't worry if you haven't seen it. We're GONNA give you all the details to follow along but if you have get ready to relive this pixar classic but before we get started a special shout out to our Minneapolis friends. We're doing a live recording of this movie changed me with Artists Activists and Minneapolis City Council member Andrea Jenkins. We'll be at the parkway theater on Sunday. September twenty ninth talking about Spike. Lee's masterpiece Malcolm X. You can get your tickets at the Parkway Theater. Dot Com and we use Promo Code Movie Friends to get twenty percents off the first time that I saw a to e I couldn't get over the fact that I was seeing rack cooking in the kitchen. It's something that you know if you've ever lives in New York City or any major city in the US Minneapolis included where I currently live you fear rats and yet there is something so delightful an extraordinary about watching this rat create his masterpieces. What have you got there the whole you found chief he's not just any cheese tone chevrette of AA that would go with my room and and intent rosemary this rosemary up with. Oh baby with a few drops class wrote on the a pilot guests and then we'll go with the garbage. This is what we're supposed to return to the colony before sundown her dad's meal meal. There are possibilities unexplored here. We got cook this now. Exactly how we this is the real question. The key is to keep turning it. Hey Ronnie. Maybe we shouldn't be so oh you got the main rat in Ratatouille is romy and he's voiced the comedian Patton Oswald who also loves food so watching him explorer amis creations especially lovely remmy wants to be a chef half in the tradition of the great French Chef Cousteau and he realizes the only way that he can accomplish this is by working in goose kitchen in Paris all his time underneath heiress..

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The Movie That Changed Me: Ratatouille

This Movie Changed Me

01:55 min | 1 year ago

The Movie That Changed Me: Ratatouille

"The first time that I saw a to e I couldn't get over the fact that I was seeing rack cooking in the kitchen. It's something that you know if you've ever lives in New York City or any major city in the US Minneapolis included where I currently live you fear rats and yet there is something so delightful an extraordinary about watching this rat create his masterpieces. What have you got there the whole you found chief he's not just any cheese tone chevrette of AA that would go with my room and and intent rosemary this rosemary up with. Oh baby with a few drops class wrote on the a pilot guests and then we'll go with the garbage. This is what we're supposed to return to the colony before sundown her dad's meal meal. There are possibilities unexplored here. We got cook this now. Exactly how we this is the real question. The key is to keep turning it. Hey Ronnie. Maybe we shouldn't be so oh you got the main rat in Ratatouille is romy and he's voiced the comedian Patton Oswald who also loves food so watching him explorer amis creations especially lovely remmy wants to be a chef half in the tradition of the great French Chef Cousteau and he realizes the only way that he can accomplish this is by working in goose kitchen in Paris all his time underneath heiress.

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"ratatouille" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"ratatouille" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Movie about create a passion that you can't explain and bird is an inspiring figure for that reason i you know you idolize and i i was the kid who sat in my living well i don't remember how was exactly to special launching the incredible 's commentary over and over it many times it's weird how many times you've seen it at least one day mentioned nine john episode that you have the mondo limited edition iron giant vinyl release right yes do you have the ratatouille one that just came out they just released the ratu soundtrack vinyl like beautiful arts and they made the disks look like no i know you're talking about and yes i have a dif it's the same art that is what is what my mom got me in a frame version right yeah yes yes because they released it both vinyl you're talking about and then it was also like a poster of the yuca and my friend who went to the like alamo texas yet thing mondo connor montas bought it for me back mom framed it from my birthday it's nice sweep in and he's during the linguini the disks grad very of color in the vinyl so that it looks like all right we're done okay once it goes thank you all for listening remember to rate review subscribe to cook us cookson stu thanks to end for good of her social media showy sims on twitter romley newman on twitter what's the better one to use yes i only read never tweet okay the one time that's why you don't follow you on instagram i did tweet recently was because griffin bought me a route a two mugs at disneyworld thank you it was very minimalist and classy.

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"ratatouille" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"ratatouille" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Mac and cheese redux describing what you're describing his like how beautiful the ready to look says they make like that and watching it all together like nowhere i can feel the vegetables in my like melting in my mouth this is also the moment for me where rome is burning say so one other reason why this movie's in incredibly important to me is that well no it i find it funny my our mother cannot cook yeah and that is why enlarge part i started cooking but every time i say oh my mom can't cook she gets really upset romley that's not true i one thing there's one thing she cooks really will yeah newman's say makes to the to a dish that was designed by thomas keller it's a peasant dish oh designed to in this it looks that looks better than what they make though is what not to jump forward is what we then see in egos flashback bright mothers read to also completely different which looks great but he didn't make his mother's food he just made the food that evokes at for yes i don't like vegetables because i'm a philistine also think if you actually had ratatouille in person you would hate it i've had it once and i was fine with it okay ordered it because i was like i should have it at this point you know love the movie i should eat the dish but i watched this shot and i've never i never feel hunger than i do watching the reveal of the rat too when they take it out and peel the wax paper off of it and then drizzles the sauce i was going to say this is the moment where this sequence starting with they i it's like a seven minute kinda sweet that.

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"ratatouille" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"ratatouille" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Job and tough place but she quickly just illustrates that you know it's hard for her and that she needs to really pull her weight and be extra extra hard working so that she can get the respect she deserves and all of a sudden that character comes down i mean i think they easily could have made her just a villain in the movie hundred percent and and her character really really helps movie you talking about the fact that you've grown to like this movie more the older you get the other thing that i think has made you appreciate this movie more and i'm not projecting her you told me this directly is that you have had the opportunity in the last couple of years but when you were still a teenager to like work in restaurants for short periods of time or intern kitchens and you always hated the environment of the kitchen and you always say like ratatouille totally gets it right about sort of how ugly and competitive and judgmental it is right and one summer my mom got me like a really great opportunity spend a day working in this french restaurant kitchen and i was so excited because the food they made was mazing and it was just you know a big deal i was i was still really young and i was really excited and it was awful because they didn't believe that i could cook the guys were disgusting french guys are gross sorry off mcdonnell is asian but they are and i felt really kind of defeated at the end of the day and so i think rewatching this i really really really felt for everyone in the movie yeah so so remmy unlike red bird is someone who just believes there's no chance he is ever going to be able to be what he wants to use a rat right so he's just you right i i'm going to enjoy food when i can sure the great moment where they have the mushroom that gets electrocuted and now he's got this sort of rose.

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"ratatouille" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ratatouille" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Coco which i think is now her favorite pixar movies i you know the timing's unfortunate because if you ask me before i saw coco ratatouille would be a shoe in for cocoa's a challenger i think twice in theaters which never my cold little heart never cries cocoa i was sobbing i was quite griffin was sitting next to me it was i was crying that was choking on my own crying and and they're very serious cinematic masterpieces that have not even made me well up sure and cocoa absolutely killed me and i went home and i listened to remember me on a loop and then i saw it again like three days later and i thought i set my friends like there's no imminent cry again here's time to a stranger checked in on me i saw coco alone and i cried and like a stranger next me afterwards was like are you okay was we were sitting there together and we're we're watching the whole movie and romney's like this is fun why aren't people giving us more credit but you're not like emotionally on attention it's a hammer blow at the moment where you realize what they're about to do where literally the character like tunes up to destroy your heart romley just turned to me and her eyes were full and it was like ono about look someone gives you right before the roller coaster has the draw tears already and then just didn't stop going back at that point i was like i am a human being i have lost all sense of self but i cried through the credits cocoa morla gomo good movie.

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"ratatouille" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ratatouille" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"In france you can drink actually true yes they do not drink cocktails france twice a month he's such a booster wino weekends in paris she can drink on but i didn't even put to go the ratatouille reaping forgot about that that i say i'm i'm genuinely question do you think that movie because it was like i remember i love paris time this came out the exact same summer as perish attempt a very hit miss film as most omnibus foams are in like a four very strong set some cute have you seen pairs of no no no no that anyone done a must see there are in a youtube age you should just watch the force there's a couple of the movies that one's really good alexander payne one is great yes alan hughes ones there on here's one of making that up maybe i always like the west craven one do you remember that little wrong anyway it's a it's a romley comedy but those the two was there third paris movie no no i was just because there's twenty movies because there's one for each on my my point was that that came out earlier in summer and the rat tweak him out and i remember several critic saying ratatouille to somehow makes paris look better than any of the twenty filmmakers in pairs attack because ratatouille he's really set in paris shirts wonderful fantasy of paris terraced like in this way my mom and i saw coco together coco which i think a cocoa.

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"ratatouille" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"ratatouille" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"Prevent your child's next asthma attack one we love ratatouille.

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"ratatouille" Discussed on The Four Top

The Four Top

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"ratatouille" Discussed on The Four Top

"Pretty sure personally my favorite and it's from very long time ago when i first saw with charlie and the chocolate factory and then it was really food though clinton rivers and l'ecole wallpaper and you know your dream can be anything but now that i've seen it again more recently i realize that it's very much a cautionary tale about greed i mean one girl turns into a blueberry in one drowns on a chocolate river and one gets stretch because she fell down the golden egg so they're all these greedy kids and they're going to get punished and then i recently read that role doll the author of the book didn't like children the child film that doored but it's really actually kind of had a lot of friends tell me they thought it was really scary yeah when they were kids so it's interesting but legal wallpaper well as someone with two kids can i recommend that adults and kids go rent or go to youtube or or netflix and watch ratatouille if you haven't seen it before it's such a great film and it's so great for kids like kids you know we watch i think my kids toys before but we watch together like a month ago and you know they come away wanting to cook that's what that you know it just inspires them makes them wanna go to the kitchen and cook something and you know it's amazing how sometimes children's films can be better than a dull for one second i kind of toyed with the idea of using a clip from that because you know everybody we interviewed said that james beard had the most incredible food memory he could remember if you've seen the film you know he could remember what someone was wearing when he ate a scoop of goat cheese from her french farm you know fifty years ago so that scene with the food critic and just kind of getting sucked back into his childhood when his mom would make him ready to sets such so true it's so so attached to our memory and our nostalgia especially good times and sometimes bad times too.

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