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Fresh update on "reeves" discussed on The Instigators with Andrew Peters and Craig Rivet
"Thing I never saw kneeling as a disrespectful gesture because to the other side, like if somebody gets third on the ice kids take a knee if somebody gets hurt on the football field. You'll take any respect. Just do do Dad gesture so, but the fact that it's the Canadian and Nash in U S national anthem, I think different. It's different in that respect. For the NHL compared to some of the other their sports and it opens a lot of of of good debate as well. Instigators, our number two coming up. And, uh, again, Um, you know, Matt Dumba two days ago and yesterday there were four more players. In Robin Leonard Tyler stay and Jason Dickinson in Ryan Reeves. Um, taking any in history will be right back. Instigators. Our number two coming up. Sports.
Poll: 9 out of 10 Americans wear a mask in public
"Than four million people have been infected with the Corona virus in the United States. Johns Hopkins University report to confirm Corona virus cases in this country are now more than four million. The hot spots include Sunbelt states from California to Florida. Florida reports 173 new deaths Thursday, raising the seven day average to 121 people dying each day in that state governor Rhonda Santis insists even with hospitalizations and deaths on the rise. Infections are stabilising. I think that that's part of that is the lot of Floridians have done a lot of good stuff. Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves says. President Trump's call for people to wear masks works for those who love or loathe him. If you love the president. Join him, be patriotic and wear masks. If you don't like the president. And just where a Mass despite NG on a P and R. C Center for public affairs Research poll finds nine out of 10 of those questions where a mask in public I'm to McGuire
US breaks daily record for Covid-19 cases 9 times in 1 month
"The state of our Union is also this morning terrified because there are more than three point, seven million corona virus cases in the United States in more than one hundred forty thousand Americans dead, and there is no friendly way to say this. This crisis is spiraling out of control with no indication. The president trump is going to try to do anything different to try to stop it in the last month the. The US beat its own daily record for new cases at least nine times and hospitals in states across the country are reaching capacity. Nothing would make me happier than to report to you this morning that president, trump and his administration are devoting every resource possible to defeating this pandemic, but not only is that not the case on Saturday? CNN learned that the White House is objecting to a Senate Republican. Push for more money for testing and contact tracing for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
'Showbiz Kids' Gives Child Actors The Chance To Tell Their Own Stories
"Show Big showbiz kids on HBO. Yes, Showbiz kids playing now on HBO, basic, HBO, not HBO, Max that HBO to the extreme. But if you have the HBO, you get all the streaming platforms. This is really interesting. Rohit's a documentary about Actors who started off as a child stars and we've seen a lot of stories about this before. But what I like about this documentary is it really provides a lot of context and inside. It's actually directed by Alex Winter, who's in the bill and Ted movies with K and a Reeves but also has become a quite accomplished documentary director over the years. And he got everybody from Henry Thomas, who played Elliott in E T. To Evan Rachel Wood, Mila Jovovich, Todd Bridges to talk about their experiences and
Paper Mario: The Origami King reviews are online
"Paper, Mario! The Origami King reviews are online and it's reviewing pretty well. It is currently sitting at an eighty four on metacritic at the time of this writing, which is the exact same metacritic review score as ghost of Suma. Those games really couldn't be more different, but they're going head to head this week because they share a release date comic book, Dot Megan Peters gave the game, perhaps its most positive review, giving it a five out of five, and wrote while the Origami Canfield formulaic at times. Times. This entry does more to re imagine the franchise the not it won't impress fans who were hoping for a larger RPG focus, but it's charming characters and story will fans hooked paper Mario has never felt so fun than with the Origami King and it's lighthearted. Feel is the perfect thing for Gamers to sit with this. Summer Sam Leverage from Games radar gave the game a four point five out of five, and wrote the latest paper Mario. Title is a joy to exist in an excellent. Excellent story, charming characters, and the ability to team up with your oldest foes makes the Origami, King a triumph? Yes, it may not be the new thousand year door RPG, but it's something special. That should be celebrated into the show and genuine personal friend Cereal Vasquez wrote a review for Gamespot gave the game an eight and wrote with a newfound combat system that steals the show offers a novel take on turn based combat. It's winking nodding. Adventuring shines brighter. Its world and characters might not be. Be The series best, but it's able to consistently throw left turns good gags and smart surprises at you. Each piece of the Origami King elegantly fits into its whole, taking its irreverent flair to new heights. The paper Mario Series has recently shown that being clever and being smart or two different things, but thankfully it's once again managed to both feel free to direct all your compliments on my flawless surreal impression to the gaming ride home, twitter account another friend of mine game informer's Ben Reeves is. Recently the new host of the game informer show podcast. Go listen to that gave the game a seven point seven five, and wrote as a series paper Mario consistently explores new concepts and mechanics, which is exciting, but it comes with plenty of risks. Origami kings biggest chances don't pay off a satisfying way. I enjoyed Mario's hijinks, and all the misfits he encounters, but the new ring based Action Needs Refinement I hope paper. Mario's next twist on combat can rise to the same level as it's humor. There you go. Kyle did what you asked now. Please time my family. Let them go, please. What else do you want ideas? Cam Shea expressed some similar disappointments, but still had positive things to say about the game, giving a seven and writing the Origami King is a truly likable game, despite the shallowness of its new spin. On gameplay, it's characters are winsome. It's visual design is gorgeous. It's world is fun to explore. Explore and it storytelling is outside the box and playful at the same time. However, it could be so much more. Combat is largely unfulfilling, and your journey as a whole lacks meaningful choices for a series with RPG routes. That's a real shame. EGM's Michael Gaurav shared one of the more negative reviews for the game giving it a three out of five and writing despite everything paper Mario the Origami King is A. A charming game I wanted to fully explore every area of the mushroom kingdom I wanted to find every towed. I wanted to do everything except actually engage with the game's combat system in trying to write basic rules with every outing. Intelligent systems keeps fans of the franchise on its toes, but that can also start to distort the identity of the series itself. How can you perfect a formula if you're constantly pouring out? Out and starting again by the way from the time I started putting this segment together and up to now sitting in my recording booth and recording it. The metacritic score has actually dropped down to an eighty one
Mississippi seeing big virus outbreak
"In, Mississippi today, they are finally doing a mask ordinance in multiple counties. This after a week, in which there is finally a considerable freak out in the state government Mississippi over the extent and rapid growth of the virus in that state. To my fellow Mississippians please take this as an alarm. Our numbers are getting worse. We. Need your cooperation. I know. That no orders will be effective if we do not have the participation of our people. Is Up to all of us. If you live in any corner of our state, please follow the rules. We are in the middle of a spike. It is putting a strain on our hospital system. Mississippi is in a fight for our lives. Republican Tate Reeves Governor of the State of Mississippi State Health Officer Thomas. Stops is being perhaps even more stark about how far Mississippi is already off the cliff. We've been talking about this. Saying it's coming and here it is. And not only is it here. It's going to get worse. Yesterday. Five of our biggest hospitals in the state had zero ICU beds zero. An additional war had five percent last additional three had less than ten percent. Our biggest medical institutions who take care of our patients have no room to take care of additional folks, and when I talked to my er colleagues. I'm understanding. They can't get them anywhere because there's nowhere to send them. We're sending people out of state. All the time because Mississippi hospitals cannot take care of Mississippi patients. SIPPY hospitals cannot take care of Mississippi patients. That's Mississippi State health officer Thomas
Florida's Disney World Set To Welcome Guests Back For Saturday Phased Reopening
"Disneyworld is getting ready for a new era. Here's a bee sees, Will Reeve On Saturday, the iconic Orlando destination will begin a cautious and phased re opening of its parks after being shut down for four months due to the cove at 19 pandemic. We've really focused on its during that we have a very thoughtful and methodical Reopening strategy that's phase on various attendants levels that allow us to launch, learn and adjust GM getting an exclusive look at some of new health and safety measures. The parks and resorts are putting in place for guests and employees reimagined experience. Starting the moment visitors arrive. Disney Hotels have switched to mobile checkin. All you need is an app that tells you your room number. And once you reach your room, I press unlock door. Hold my phone against the lock. And we're in Disney world will be limiting daily attendance greatly reduced capacity, not just on the overall part man, but every one of our facilities. Other measures include temperature checks had park entrances, mandatory face coverings for all guests and staff. Increased hand, Washington sanitizer stations and mobile ordering at restaurants to minimize physical contact attractions will have added safety measures here. Kilimanjaro SAFARIS Guests will enter and then when they are on the ride vehicle. There will be barriers between a truck guests. We'll still get to see their favorite characters, but in new ways In the parks Mickey and that character breakfasts like this one. But as Corona virus cases surgeon Florida Some are raising concerns about the timing Should Walt Disney world be opening right now, way believe very much, so we should be opening again. We've been focused on this. We've got the right protocols in place. And it's a choice environment who bears the responsibility for this process, going as smoothly as it can, really. Our success is based on some of everyone working together. Ensure that we're merely operate well in this new environment. The re opening will be methodical Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom open on Saturday. The other parks will open on July 15th. There won't be any of the usual big firework shows or parades that encouraged mass gatherings. Disney officials have been learning from their other re openings around the world, like in Shanghai. Hong Kong and even at the Disney Springs complex here in Orlando,
Mississippi gov. signs bill removing Confederate emblem from flag
"A bill into law that retires the last state flag to display the Confederate battle symbol Tim McGuire has more. The Mississippi state flag with the rebel battle standard in the upper left corner is the final state banner bearing the Confederate symbol to be removed in this country. Governor Tate Reeves signing a bill that retires the old 18 94 flag in favour of a new one. There will be designed by a commission with the only stipulation that it has to include the words in God, we trust the people of Mississippi. Black and white. Young and old can be proud of a banner that puts our faith front and center. Critics in the state where nearly 40% of the people are black, have said it was wrong to have a flag marked by the Confederacy, particularly since the Ku Klux Klan and other hate groups have used it as a symbol. I'm Tim Maguire.
Mississippi gov. signs bill removing Confederate emblem from flag
"Is officially giving up the Confederate emblem that's appeared on its state flag Governor Tate Reeves, saying the change is a way to move forward, so he's happy to sign that bill passed by lawmakers over the weekend. He's had a flag is a symbol of the state's present its people and its future. And he says, in this case, it needs to be changed.
Mississippi gov. signs bill removing Confederate emblem from flag
"Be removed immediately. The Confederate stars and bars being taken off the Mississippi State flag. Governor Tate Reeves signed a bill to redesign the flag without the Confederate emblem. Speaking from the governor's mansion, Reeves said the change is a way to unite the community and move forward. Flying is featured the Confederate emblem
Mississippi gov. signs bill removing Confederate emblem from flag
"With a stroke of the governor's pan Mississippi is retiring the last state flag in the U. S with the Confederate battle emblem. A simple widely condemned his racist. Republican governor, Tate Reeves signed the historic bill yesterday at the governor's mansion. Immediately removing official status for the 126 year old banner that has been a source of division for generations. Voters will decide on a new flag design in November. And when I saw that sentence, I thought, Ted Good luck because you know they're going to give up something that nobody's gonna like. Everybody's going to have a lot of hate. And in view of some 1 51% vote for it, I guess I don't know what it is. You know when you're a ghost, you know how it is when you go to do something like that. It's a state flag. Something at 99% of the public doesn't care about her or look at, but they'll want him to have that one. But I'll tell you what they think There is time to vote on it so
Mississippi governor signs bill to retire flag with Confederate emblem
"Radio Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves, signing a landmark measure that retires the last state flag bearing the Confederate battle emblem also understand the need To commit the 1818 94 flag to history and find a banner. It is a better emblem for
Help Wanted: 600 Contact Tracing Jobs Available In Chicago
"Is putting its $56 million girl the virus contact tracing program. Into the hands of a partnership designed to foster jobs for hundreds of participants is well, let's contain the spread of the disease. The city expects some 600 contact tracers to be hired. And Karen Norrington, Reeve's director of the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership, says they'll be trained to track down people with whom a covert 19 patients been every six weeks. We're going to be connecting with all of the contact tracing court to make sure that Were troubleshooting any challenges that they're experiencing that they're getting constant reinforcement. Roy Walker Dina Malcolm X College says. Equally important are the opportunities. Contact traces the first step into a career in healthcare. Malcolm is Kash has other healthcare opportunities and opera polio of disciplines. We see opportunity with the committee of Worker Program, Patient care technicians, technicians, USC USC USC University University University University of of of of Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago and and and and Sinai Sinai Sinai Sinai Urban Urban Urban Urban Health Health Health Health Institute, Institute, Institute, Institute, also also also also Gardner's Gardner's Gardner's Gardner's Craig Craig Craig Craig Della. Della. Della. Della.
Mississippi governor signs bill removing state flag with Confederate emblem
"We have some breaking news out of Mississippi, the governor take. Reeve signed a bill that retires the last state flag that has the Confederate battle emblem. We've signed the bill this afternoon, Two days after legislators passed it. The state had used the flag since 18 94. Mississippi will not have a flag for awhile. Ah, commission has to design a new one that cannot have the Confederate symbol and must have the phase in got phrase That is in God. We
NAACP moving from Baltimore to Washington DC
"Is moving its headquarters to a part of the district that's preparing for a major redevelopment project. The end of the CCP has served as the nation's largest civil rights organization with its main offices in Baltimore. But the organization has signed a letter of intent to relocate its headquarters to the Frank D. Reeves Center. Right on the northwest corner of 14th and you street, the building will be transformed into a mixed use hub with affordable housing, Another neighborhood serving amenities. It's a project Mayor Muriel Bowser calls Nick and culturally significant. Frank D. Reeves was a civil rights activist and attorney who worked with the end of the CP to shape the Brown versus Board of Education case that desegregated schools. Melissa held A popular
Keanu wants to go on a Zoom date with you -- for a good cause
"Finally we have a contest involving a virtual date with a big celebrity doesn't fail this is a fantastic story this is the story of Keanu Reeves who has put himself up for auction you can go online and bid on a fifteen minute personal zoom meeting with Keanu Reeves all the money is going to go to the Idaho children's cancer charity that's called camp rainbow gold so really good cause but if you're in love with the Kiana Reeves if you think it would be really cool to hang out with the matrix man with you know the the all the movies that we love Kiana Reeves in and sit down and talk to him about that or anything else here's your opportunity so if you go to camp rainbow gold website if you Google them there's a link to get to the site so you can put a bid in on this what do you think the current bid would be on something like this right now thank you yes from five thousand seventeen thousand six hundred dollars man to spend fifteen minutes with Kiana Reeves
The Latest: Suicide help line calls up 20% in Mississippi
"At least one governor says the corona virus pandemic is taking a toll on mental health along with physical health Mississippi governor Tate Reeves says there is fear there is pain and there is anxiety in this country his health department is reporting calls to the national suicide prevention lifeline from Mississippi have increased twenty percent since the start of the pandemic officials say mental health challenges can arise when there are changes in eating or sleeping patterns losing a job and anxiety about health or the health of loved ones they say the problems can be intensified by increased alcohol or drug use which is common during this type of national disaster I'm Jackie Quinn
Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter party on in the first 'Bill & Ted Face the Music' trailer
"Seven keno Reeves and Alex winter reprising their roles of bill and Ted for the first time in twenty nine years first official trailer for bill and Ted face the music that's the name of the movie bill and Ted face the music it's been released shows the two not having save the world as they had planned to do so twenty nine years ago in this film bill and Ted are looking to seek the song that will set their world right and bring harmony in the universe that says I am for the journey the going to be joined by their own daughters to believe it or not being cast in different roles other stars that you're gonna see in this flick include include Kristen Schaal Julian bell and Beck Bennett the movie is scheduled to be released in theaters if we get back into theaters on August the twenty first so twenty nine years between bill and Ted's excellent adventure and they save the world but the new one coming out this bill and Ted face the
Dallas - Amber Alert still in effect for baby taken from grandparents by mom, Irving police say
"Irving cops still looking for a little girl that they say disappeared with her mom police say an amber alert was issued for serenity berry after she was taken Sunday by her mother thirty five year old Jocelyn bridges police say bridges stormed her parent's retirement home pulling fire alarms with her mom opened the door surveillance footage shows bridges pushing her over grabbing serenity and running away out of the grave danger officer Robert Reeves at the Irving police says serenity's grandparents were fighting for custody and CPS had a safety plan in place keeping the child away from her mother she's made suicide threats indoor temps and have made comments about possibly hurting a child around to this morning a security guard spotted bridges is blue twenty eleven Ford focus and the twenty seven hundred block of north Stemmons freeway with a flat tire anyone who knows anything about where she could be is asked to call nine one one
"reeves" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Was like crawling around on the floor and they in the rehearsal that a lot of washing machines behind and to To-do Line into a washing machine and open the door and then fed changed that for a star. Got Rid of the camera so I mostly time off pest looking in washing machines and if you look back at it it does. Actually what's happening. Cigarette looking in trying to find the camera could be a new quiz shocking. It's a good game. Show find the camera in the washing machine but it was really good for a good funded on loads of top popstars. Yeah David every Bowie was on when we did really grumpy as we presented to mainstream presented top of the pops twice so I never sang onto took the bus but I did say the next thing. We presented choice. Whether you'RE GONNA go. There's not many of us. The top of the POPs presenters left. We're from the day. I'd say the thing that I remember member is just stinking. Mass of overexcited. Fifteen year old girls which was just disgusting. It's religion it was. I was appalled by I. Just this like a horrible multi-headed stinking sweaty monster so the idea of anyone trying to have sex with that audience just they deserve to be put away from lung longtime disgust. People I'm looked in MINNEA- esp made more than anything else you go I was looking at the Gills but they would just all screaming and Robson and Jerome on talks. Do remember seeing a lot of people. Wh whoa what's he called Montebello Marty pillow and he came.
"reeves" Discussed on We're Talkin' Movies
"There are some of the characters that they go back and bring billy the Kid Napoleon Napoleon Socrates Joan of arc Genghis Khan he they bring them all back and they're on the stage and they do this big production well. I know I've commented that sometimes I. I don't watch certain movies. I mean time restraints. I mean I can't watch everything. Well maybe if I didn't do anything else I could probably watch everything but gee you're teasing me here with little history. Maybe I I shoot back. It's it's kind of like the way back machine exactly I think Abraham Lincoln is one of the guys to the film takes place in the following times twenty six eight. Obviously the future may nineteen eighty eight. Which is what the the movie is based in? I guess you'd say eighteen o five eighteen seventy nine four hundred ten BC the fifteenth century. Nine Hundred Ninety one eighteen ten fourteen twenty nine twelve nine eighteen sixty eighty three and one million B C. When you're there was a film one main be is that the one today see Raquel Welch? I mean you know. This is kind of interesting. The one thing I noticed about this in you know the other film dumb and dumber which has nothing to do with Canada. But it's interesting because some people could get into to this and get typecast and not treating seriously after being in one of those and you're trying to cross into dramatic and what I'm thinking about is the actor Jeff Daniels who is a very serious actor. He's been in a variety of films of loved the guy and of course he's been appearing in Broadway on the play to kill a mockingbird and yet he loved loved playing in dumb and dumber and the very serious actor and you think Oh my God if that's on your filmography and people go back and look look at that. How could they treat you seriously? And you worry about being typecast and I think maybe some people didn't take very seriously after the fact perhaps perhaps I dunno usually stars will stay away from that you know absolutely especially a fair goofball in the past but he he doesn't he embraces it because they're doing another film it as we speak here. I have a couple trivia things on on bill and Ted the screenwriters discovered both Alex Winter and Kiana. honoree they were. They were good friends on already when they were messing around in queue outside of McDonald's in front of them so the screenwriters are sitting there. They wrote this movie. They're trying to find fine actors and they're just they're in a line and McDonalds the two guys and Kanye Reeves in winter in front of them and their does goofing around messing around around. That's what we want. We never know where you're going to find some of this being being discovered or the source of inspiration to. Here's some stuff I know. Dialogue is is important and we talked about that before there are seventy uses of dude throughout the movie are- as well as thirty uses of the word excellent so somebody sat around and counted on. Hey Dude Dude. Excellent one other thing. Alex Winter Claims that after he filmed this movie he received positive live letters from history teachers for encouraging children to learn about history and the figures and then received negative mail from English teachers for affecting affecting the way students speak now. That's it the battle between the history teachers in the English teachers continues the next bill and Ted Movie Bill. and Ted's bogus journey. I won't go into all the stuff in this one but it did cost Twenty million to make this one and it grossed thirty eight million. In this movie movie. There was a newer character that was involved in as the grim reaper. William Sadler. It's a good movie as well. I mean it's good is in you. Laugh a lot and then coming in the two thousand twenty like I said they're filming right now. Bill and Ted face the music From a different director director Dean Parse it. I guess it is the Keanu reeves will be playing playing again. Ted Theodore Logan Alex winner will play bill s Preston. ESQUIRE and William Sadler will return his grim reaper. Unfortunately George Carlin Carlin has passed away since so. I'm not sure how they're gonNA handle his character. I'm sure they will says once. Told Fade Save the world. During a time traveling adventure you're too it'd be rockers from Sane Demus California find themselves as middle aged. Dad's still trying to creek out a hit song and fulfill their destiny. So I can't imagine what that's going to be didn't An Reeve or hasn't he'd done Didn't have a rock band or something back in his past. uh-huh darkstars something. I don't know I remember might have been about seeing about it or something so so let's not exactly a unknown tone stretch for him. He played bass in the band. Becky he's been in a couple of bands but we should say something about where he's from. He is Canadian. He was born in Canada he he in fact He. He lives in Los Angeles but he grew up in Toronto. I believe he was a hockey goalie. Who's in several sports? His name came from his uncle uncle. James Henry Keanu reeves is a Wyan phrase means what has great great uncle. KEOUGH ALU EH. Whose name means the soft breeze raising in Hawaii Car Gal who I wouldn't even I wouldn't even go there? It took took me along with Lily. Luke Luke never mind. He managed a pasta shop in Toronto and he was under. That was pretty neat. Yeah he's he's fairly he. He dropped out of high school school. Become an actor which his mother wasn't too pleased with that which I would understand. Well he moved on of course and he made a string of films and we talked about speed and speed for those of you who have not seen that movie he was a cop. There's a bomb on a bus that if it drops below. Oh a certain speed. I think it was what fifty five or fifty and Sandra bullock is. The bus drivers shot by someone on the bus. Incidentally incidentally accidentally and she's taken from group of passengers and she starts driving the bus and the whole thing is how do they save the bus and and so on and so forth so that not only eat some attention. I think that film probably made a lot of money. I don't have this statistics but it was a very popular film. One one of the first times I became aware of Sandra bullock and they were great together. They had good chemistry in that and I think one of the things I always kind of heard or until I actually. We saw him on film. Some people think thought he was kind of wooden but before that he was also in Bram Stoker's Dracula which Gary Oldman played prince of darkness in that that one. And it's pretty elaborate. Well done I'M A BIG DRACULA FAN and particularly the original book and he tried to follow the book pretty much and he played Jonathan Harker which is a critical. Oh character in that. There's a couple of I'm going to talk about. Let me just throw out a couple that I'd I'd light. I think you've got some back story on some Trivia regarding thing is. I actually like the devil's advocate. Where he's this hotshot lawyer from the south? He's scouted by this law. Firm in New York turns out that the guy's his name is John Milton and it's Al Pacino who basically is the devil himself and he gets sucked into this law firm and his wife is Charlie's Feron and I may be incorrect but that's one of the first for one of the first times. I remember seeing her on the screen. It's pretty early in her career. But I thought I thought thought the movie was pretty cool. I don't know that it was critically acclaimed. He did something to get Mr Pacino on that film. Did he not eighty as a couple of things first in order for Pacino to be in the film film he took a two million dollar pay cut. It's pretty significant. But he did that once before in another movie. Yeah I think it's actually after I think it's actually AL replacements. Would Gene Hackman yeah man when he he deferred ninety percent of their salary to get gene Hackman onboard. The other thing is is they were taping speed too at the same time that he taped devil's advocate. They were anticipating that he was supposed to be in speed too but he actually turned it down for a few reasons one. He wanted to do this movie. That he's dead Devil's apple's advocate but also he didn't like the script and he just didn't WanNa do they type of action film at that moment. In time he's still best friends with Sandra bullock. It just another another tidbit that he was taken that movie while they were taken speed to Dennis Hopper was the bad guy and Jeff Daniels was also so speaking of Jeff Daniels. Here we go again. These same people keep popping up. He was in speed as well. As a bomb expert. I talked about directors he worked with COPPOLA WOAH IN DRACULA and the guy who directed devil's advocate Taylor. WHO's a pretty good director officer and a gentleman? He's also the husband an of Helen Mirren who we've mentioned before and in fact when we discussed Hobson Shaw and our show a few times ago. After we saw that movie she was in that and love her. But shortly after devil's advocate he moved into his second film that set in motion a series. That really put him really on the map as a pretty major force and those are the films that you have have watched. I believe you're talking about the Matrix at what I'm talking about will teeny movie. He did bent while back. A few people saw that I think directed by the Chomsky Brother House without skis. I guess the Hausky brothers Kiana start is neo. Laurence Fishburne was is in there as Morpheus Carrie Anne Moss play trilby and Hugo weaving played agent Smith. Yeah I'd say it did well. It was budgeted. Sixty three million grossed I four hundred and sixty three million so I mean that was pretty darn good. That was the first one the first one. So basically here's the little synopsis on it. So the movie follows software programmer and Hacker Neo. Who is played by calories? Lawrence Laurence Fishburne plays morpheus and Morpheus But leaves with all of his heart and soul everything in them. That neo is the quote one prophesized person who will end this big war between gene man and machine the human human beings create. Ai Artificial intelligence well after a while the artificial intelligence takes over starts going after humans and big war happens and where they're at right now. A I created a human battery bank basically each human is actually grown. They're put into these pods and the Matrix of describe with the way. That Laurence Fishburne doesn't in the in the movie. The Matrix is a computer. Generated dreamworld built to keep humans under control in order to change. Change a human being into a battery so basically they're connected to the Matrix through their head because they think that's reality but really in reality during these little Oh pods and they're creating energy and there's millions and millions and millions of rows and rows and tall is can be just millions and it's all linked together all batteries so they find neo the get him to disconnect from this matrix which is pretty crazy he wakes up in a pot of liquid hoses connector. All over him. He's he's hairless he's never seen light so they rescue him. It was pretty funny because his training they do for training is they. They basically you're hooked up to the computer and download the training to for instance. There's a part in the movie. Where Trinity and NEO says? Do you know how to fly helicopter. She said I don't but I want a second. And she calls and says hey tank Anita program to fly Blah Blah Blah then he downloads to her head and all of a sudden okay. Let's go now. I know how to fly the plane so they do the for everything. They did that to train Kiana. He every single different type of martial arts and use them in gun and driving a car. All that kind of stuff was just downloaded into his head in boom right then and there. He's able to do it. Movies are all interconnected. They're basically it goes from him that no one you know what reality is and that type of thing all the way to the last movie. Where are they finally at the very end? There's peace between the two and that's as far as it goes really but.
"reeves" Discussed on We're Talkin' Movies
"Welcome to Episode Fifteen Kiana Reeves on this episode. Johnny and Eddie discussed the filmography of actor Jonah Reeves Johnny shares. A few of the Kiana res Movies is that he has seen. Eddie gives the lowdown on bill and Ted's excellent adventure and the Matrix trilogy. We invite you to grab some popcorn and your favorite beverage can see and put up your feet. It does. We're talking loses welcome back. I'm Johnny Popcorn and I- medically and were talking movies Eddie. I know you've been touting this the episode for what is it about a month now rather than me going on for any length of time here is kind of an introduction. I'm going to go ahead and ask you the key question where we're going today Eddie. Well Johnny we're GonNa try something a little different. We're going to do our first to episode show on this topic we're talking Keanu reeves he ano- read now. It's going to say he's a nice guy. I've heard a lot of Nice things about him. He's made some pretty good films. I'm saying the same thing they're saying. Why would we do parts on Kiana Reeve? When we've only done one part on a guy like Denzel well as you know? There is a certain character actor that Mr Reeves plays that we both love that whole character will be the subject of show number two this episode. We're going to go into his this filmography his biography because there are some major tent type roles. He's played in movies. That's we're going to do to part key honorees. Yeah I think he's one of those actors and again. I knew of him I found out I look into filmography was in dangerous liaison which is pretty classy film. He had a bit part in that that but where I really knew him was point break when he was played. The surfer infiltrated this robbery group. If you remember there were the presidential mask and Patrick swayze Oh is the leader and it was pretty good and inland. Came speed with Sandra bullock. which hey I really liked that film? But he's just a pretty nice guy. I mean it wasn't some other other what we've called before icon stars. But then I think there's as you know he's one of those guys that's been able throughout all the films he's done. He's now hit the third third time. I believe. We're talking when we're talking about episode to third time he's come up with some pretty interesting characterizations that have moved his career career forward. You're more familiar with the first two of those than I am particularly the first Eddie made besides the character that will make up part two of our two part. Show here earp if you would say Keanu reeves to me. First thing that popped in my mind would be bill. and Ted's excellent adventure. Speed was a good movie. That's who I think now. Of course once we get the part two of this perch oh I mean gloves off to think of right away but before that it would be bill and Ted and he's redoing he's he's actually going back and revisiting net. Ed Character isn't he. I saw an interview on the today. Show where he's in fact he said going back to that character and you could explain a little bit about that movie. He's actually more nervous about doing redoing that what is it about thirty years later. Yeah I think they're the thirty years later. What were the eighteen or nineteen when the characters both ability teenagers yeah? They were teenagers the the premise of the movies. That have to do some things to try to a AH plus on an oral exam about history which is right up your alley at is. That's good. I'm impressed maybe you should Russia's this maybe I should let me just go into into the movie because the reason reason is and we're going to do a little differently folks because this is a transitional first of all this kind of established him anyway for the people like you who are wear film and a lot of people like that and are excited about the reduction of the thing and then the other one. You'll visit that except another what we call it a benchmark in his career next time. I want to give too much away next time. We'll talk about that what I would consider the third and maybe the the greatest biggest benchmark greatest to us the effort to us. We're a little bit definitely anyway. Yeah so the bill and Ted's excellent adventure. The first one came out in one thousand nine hundred nine directed by Stephen Herek just say cost. Ten million grossed forty million the accounting department did call. They did say that You know you might have a you know they might have find a spot for you up there. That's why there was a number two stars Keanu Reeves as Ted Theodore. Logan Logan and Alex Winter has bill. S Preston Esquire in this particular movie. The first one George Carlin was in his character was rufus. He was the the person who came back to their time. Time travel thing all their traveling all over the place. So I'll read the you read the summary here. Small town of San Demus a few miles away from Los Angeles. There are two nearly brain dead teenage boys going. And by the name of Bill S Preston Esquire and Ted Theater. That's about it. They have a dream together. Starting their own rock and roll band called the wild stallions. Unfortunately they're still in high school and on the verge of failing out of their school as well we're in danger of flunking most heinous tomorrow Ted ahead and if they do not pass their upcoming history report they will be separated. As a result of Ted's father sitting him to military school but what Bill L.. And Ted do not now is they must stay together to save the future so a man from the future named Rufus came to help them pass their report so both bill who and Ted decided to gather up historical figures which they needed for the report. They are hoping that this will help them. Pass the report so they can stay together and play the wild stallions..
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"That's right you said at the beginning of the year was an i loved upped and so good i loved it and i was like oh i this better the huge like 'cause i thought it was the best one how berry i loved those dogs. The german shepherd scenes jeans and the horses in the kharafi was just not with on the motorbikes the the samurai sword on motorbikes freeway on the ridge. It's just ridiculous. <hes> i loved it and then when it came out it was it was in a may i think it was a huge hit and i saw it again probably one of the best films of this the air on a slow definitely talked about like the sequels to remake those the ones. I love him. Yeah i think of this year where they loved the most. I think of john wick three and eventually zanan game yeah. That's there are other ones. I think i love. That's the problem. I can't think of them but those are the two i immediately go to and that's what's sad about movies these days although again there awesome cool trade like did you see the latest trade the fa- joe joe rabbit. I'm sell show it to you after this. I'm so excited for that film. It looks like something so different totally bat shit crazy and it does yeah looks really good okay. We're almost done then that net foots film that came out of nowhere. We'll check how the franken love always be my. Maybe we told you about that right. I had seen on that flex. It's such a charming film. I can't remember the name of the guy but i love him to and he was in the interview anyway. He's really good and that wraps in in this movie and then keanu reeves plays. A version version of himself is so not like whereas attention tends just douchebag but man he's so good in slow motion when they introduced him to tale bomb bomb brands so much most these blowing kisses yeah it was fantastic and that cafe where you you like what was it i think you know i think you listening to the thoughts of the animals you something so no weird yeah i mean this year john three amazing cameo and always be my maybe and then toy story for where he plays cocoons which again i didn't love toy story four but he was very no doubt fan of toy story. Oh you love yeah. I toy story three to me is still oklahoma in the why why like even better than the first i won the third. Bono is the bathroom normal to me yeah we. I think we talked about it. I didn't like i thought buzz. Light year was completely sidetracked yet and and it didn't make sense to me that would he would just leave. Everyone like i mean that's not who he is so anyway. We could go on a tangent on that but i loved it yeah. It's still still have the same ama billion dollars so it did yeah but kiani was great as duke cobham <hes> and then as i said they've just wrapped production action on bill and ted faced the music which i'm excited about i mean but at least i think next year it's either gonna be colossal disaster. Kinda like zululand landed too tight or it's going to be brilliant so hopefully the script is good because it's alex winters playing those characters in the mid fifties and it has <hes> samara. We've won alex winters daughter and then did you see a typical at this from a typical young leaves towards yeah so they play play the daughters awesome. I'm excited for that and then the news that just got everyone that does that now matrix for is being made twenty-one with carrie anne moss coming back and kanye reason again. I'm not totally sure how because obviously i guess just going to reboot the matrix or something or bring them back but obviously hey there aged by twenty years but i mean who am i kidding of course our watcher matrix movie especially with all the now the original cost in i'm sold i expected expected to be similar to star wars in that everyone will be incredibly excited and it'll either do phenomenally opie a huge disappointment..
"reeves" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"The the buddhists believe is the reincarnated and then it goes into the whole poss- life story of buddha and this that and the other is a pretty bad movie. I was too young to consider it a sore one-piece. He's got the boom very weird all right well. Your dad likes one fan cohost. That's her her. Dad's name okay then. I've actually seen even cowgirls. Get the blues. I don't remember him in it but samantha mathis i think was in that who i'd huge crush on but it it was a terrible movie here. It was a really bad movie so we will move on from that see. That's what i'm saying as much of a lot. He's definitely done some stinkers okay so the next film is when he became an international star yes which is one thousand nine hundred four speed. I love speed so i mean i saw this. I saw listen the theater. I remember the buzz i was already a fan of his from point break from bill and ted but he wasn't known as this big main kind of endless hunky star at all. It's made him the top magazine yeah. I think it's because you're right. He still had that kind of surfer stone kind of dude five yeah. This just established him as a leading man and sandra had just kinda blown up. This was the film that made a big star trek nick chemistry and talk just out of this world. I'll always remember at the beginning of the film pop quiz hotshot. There's a bomb obama on the bus. The bus lose fifty miles an hour. The palm is armed. Once it goes under fifty miles it blows up what you do what you do the bad guys naming dennis hall really good this guy. I saw that i had actually a creepy obsession with that film. I watched it it over and over and our most people did i mean so it was huge. It was a sensation jeff daniels. All you're right. Sandra bullock was also like action suspense dispense with it was funny and is going. I am and it was so ridiculous but totally believable right and you're right. It was nonstop adrenaline but he was phenomenal and his chemistry was sandra. Is i think what really elevated so it made him kind of more than just like the action in hot shots because there was this romantic part to it as well and they were just adorable. I saw in the theater and remember. It's one of those films where you go like. It's one of those films. I talk about that. Don't happen these days where you go to a movie and the entire audience is just raptured and just like oh my god this is an everyone was applauding applauding and cheering out and you're like when can i see it again right yeah i saw two or three times in the theater and many many times on VHS DVD blu et cetera so speed established keanu reeves as like a big shave with dr who we'll just as a stock leading man he was off to the big and then for some reason he did johnny minimum nick. Did you ever see that. I think certainly was terrible. It was a science fiction movie. I saw in the theater it was oh something something needs not a robot but it was like this kind of like punkish sifi but he's huge now so they mock mocked today and it was just a i saw in the theater and it was terrible and what's weird is he did a few films like this again after speed because then he you did a walk in the clouds ninety five now your check so i'm gonna give you the floor right. I saw at once. I thought it was really sappy and languid super sappy by. I'll talk to a very sweet love story. I don't remember it. Yes so it's <hes> it was like an italian one. Maybe i wanna say post world war one. He's like a soldier coming home. He stops off on a bus in italy and there's is crying. Women the basically the concept of the story is is she. She tells him you really do this. I've seen it quite recently <unk>..
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"Is comedy classic and point break absolute classic. I mean johnny utah that name alone a member of the FBI and again people rag on him for his acting this movie i think he's great and i mean he's playing a surfer dude undercover. FBI agent i. I think he's just fantastic. I think his chemistry with lori petty is fantastic but most importantly the bromance with him and patrick swayze is is just phenomenal soga. I love it. This is directed by kathryn bigelow one of the best action movies still i remember back in today. The sky diving sequences unheard of that was like so shocking to watch a loved this movement. It's it's a phenomenal film. He's amazing in it. I saw that film way later. Just so i hadn't came out when it came out. I saw maybe ten years ago so oh wow so after speed after all these other things i loved him in and i and i just as much thought it was spectacular. This is when i just this is when i was like okay i this is someone i really bill and ted and point break. I was like sold this guy's. He's just fun. He's entertaining. I love him and there's so much other things to love about that film as well gary bucy's actually great and the red hot chili peppers are in this movie. It's fantastic and the action sequences off phenomenal yeah. It's it's that chase sequence sequence. I always remember to this day the skydiving scenes i it's fantastic okay good to that point break so his next movie is a little independent movie directed by gus van sant and with river phoenix where they were like best friends. I've seen this movie..
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"It's very endearing and of course i mean look the legacy at has it's become like a real classic breath so then next was parenthood so again. This is a ron howard movie and this is an ensemble film. Keanu reeves again. He has a good supporting role and he's. It's really good in this film. It's called baby. Were keen phoenix in as well like i have seen this twelve years old and joaquin phoenix is like having problems with his sexuality and he's mike secretly watching porn and he he he's very intimidating scared about masturbation and kind of keanu reeves takes him under his wing and kind of nurture. Sim helps small role that it's kinda keanu playing kion new like you man who do just the call kind of guy but it's a nice film so that's parenthood again again was interesting as especially at the beginning of his career. That's all these obscure movies. I four when i was putting this list together now. I'm interested in kind of going back and checking them out. They're actually it quite hard to find and they don't know if that's a good thing or a bad. It's like that leonardo. Dicaprio movie called don's plum or something which like you literally cannot find anywhere erased it currently he's offer lynette and it's literally impossible to find you know <hes> <hes> okay good then. There's another movie after parenthood that came out in one thousand nine hundred ninety. I love you to death. I've never heard okay another one. After that tune in tomorrow tomorrow never heard of it so that's like one two three four five five five movies from the eighty six to the ninetieth literally never heard heard of now after this pretty much everything he's done now. He's much more in the limelight. I think you're right. I think bill and ted specifically really kind of them on the map it it did but then for me where this is when i it cemented my love akia new which is point break nineteen ninety one. I think the world yes so this is another film that i would cool absolutely a classic out of the roster. We've gone through so far. I'd say bill and ted. L..
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"The next one is young blood. Which i actually haven't. I haven't seen either. I think it's like a sports movie honestly asli i haven't seen it so <hes> can't discuss it will move on from nineteen eighty eight permanent record. I've never even heard arguments with no idea okay good so there's a few hair where i was going through his category because you know me. I like to cover them. A war and it's like well. I've never even heard of these but i'm gonna mention them. Next is the the prince of pennsylvania never heard of these like low budget indie movies <hes> then the next one which i have seen i do remember him in this and and poor keanu gets rid a court for this this movie role which is dangerous liaisons. Have you seen so this is like number one. He plays well. This is like can official version of cruel and tanya. I remember based off dangerous liaisons which was a big oscar film with michelle pfeiffer. John malkovich glencoe uncured reeves. I mean it's like it's olden times. It's hundreds of years ago victorian period and and he is horribly miscast. You know look. There's nothing wrong with him. He's just miss cost when it's got really top tier actors like glenn close john malkovich does and it's a little yeah he just he stood out. I don't think that he was really terrible. But that's decent film. It's a good drama. I enjoyed that movie the law and he plays the lead as in malkovich glenn close and <hes> michelle pfeiffer leads but he's someone who courts michelle pfeiffer and he's the guy that has the deal with john malkovich and kills him in the end spoilers but the films like from the eighties. It's like thirty years old so he's got. He's got like a significant role in the movie but he's not a lead most of these. He's not a leader. All you know river's edge. Even it's an ensemble boca's but he's in that film throughout okay then often dangerous liaisons the night before again never even heard of it so i am assuming you have an either okay good and then one of his most iconic roles nine thousand nine hundred eighty nine bill and ted's excellent adventure so i mean i've loved this movie since day one like since day one. I absolutely adore this movie. It's you know it's a cult classic movie but actually what people forget was. When it came out it was actually she quite successful. It was even quite well. Reviewed 'cause once interesting about this movie and i've gone back and watched the just a few months ago. It's actually quite a smart move. It is yeah because these two kids who are like loses. They can't really play any <hes> you know instruments or anything like that and in the future that's supposed to come together as the wild stallions and bring peace through that music but they have to like pasta his streak loss in order to do that so rufus you know goes back in in time to help them out and gives them a time machine and they go through time but it's like a history lesson you learn about socrates and the policeman ling could than all these i mean it's actually quite educational but of course that's a bill s preston esquire and ted theodore logan together we are wild stallions stallions and feel like it was the star of that type of comedy like wayne's world and different things and other things followed this kind of like dude comedy and well. It was the first broke i had something like that. My sister brought that film into our house and it was like oh this new movie out bill and ted blah and we we all loved. That's funny because one of the first people remember watching with was. MSA and emmanuel is married to miss any sister. I mean we were huge fans of of those movies so bill and ted's excellent adventure. I mean again. You know i mean i. It's a silly goofy movie but he was great. The and you know it was such a fun movie..
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"And you know it was a a you know like yo- wo- i am johnny utah a member of the earth be anyway i love. I love and what's interesting is. He's done everything when you think about he now. He's really redefined himself as like an action star but he's done comedies. He's done drama sifi. He's done really stunned under some of the best stuff out there so anyway so that's why this episode is dedicated to keanu reeves. We love you. We love you johnny. We really do and i'm i'm so happy for him. I mean obviously his the kinison's has kind of been brewing for several years with the first john wick. When i john wayne movie came out it was just this like low budget action flick that everyone disregarded and then the critics were and were like holy shit. This movie's really got it got like incredible reviews full stood up by a puppy yeah oh my god yeah and then it was but he is front and center and he's just so bad ass in that movie and now it's a franchise with three movies that just got better and better like the mission impossible films the only thing i can kind of liken it to you know they just better and better the the the third one. I absolutely loved but this year has just been ridiculous for him. I mean he's like leading a you know a video game character likened of him at that net flix film <hes> will always be my baby which was so charming where he parodies himself like a pretentious asshole version himself. He's so good in john rick three three para bellum which like it made more than both films combined on the first weekend fantastic. I love it <hes> billon intead face to music which finally went into production. The long awaited sequel. I loved those movies <hes> which just wrapped production and then of course they he just announced matrix for who knows how they're gonna do that. I guess quite simple all just probably reboot the matrix or something but that's only in my mind that thing <unk> happening because of kiana read totally stop power again because again. If you remember in the ninety s he was one of the biggest as you said or the two thousands he was one of the biggest stars and then his star kinda faded but you never stopped working. He really went into some more. I would say <hes> not necessarily even low budget legit productions but things that were a little bit more off the limelight you know yeah i mean we also have to pull the some of them are turkeys yeah some of the things and some of of them and you know maybe he just wanted to step away for a bit rhythm who knows i mean again i like he got his hollywood star fame or well no he put his handprints the grauman's t- TLC theater what used to be the chinese theater and his speech was so endearing man. I love making movies. I get up every day and i get to make movies and entertain you. I love what i do. I mean it was just so cool by the way he just turned fifty five yesterday unbelievable five five years old. You know i mean he's tom. Cruise crazy looks fantastic and i mean what he can do. Physically is saying okay good so ah keanu reeves. We're gonna go through his entire body of work and again. You may not have seen some of these. There's very few i haven't seen but there are some <hes> but we'll just kinda discuss them debate them talk about what we like what we dislike and just go through his whole body of work and that's just admire and enjoy the kiana in a sense sounds good. You're ready. I'm ready okay good so that see what we've got here right back in one thousand nine hundred eighty six and i've actually seen this film. A couple bowl times river's edge. Have you ever seen this movie. I believe i did. I don't remember at all so it's yona sky isn't crispin glover you know <hes> <hes> monte mc fly from the back to the future movies and <hes> keanu reeves is this is like one of his very first movies if not his first movie and it's like a eighteen drama..
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"Hello and welcome to another new episode of tony. The movie the podcast this week's episode is a spotlight on keanu reeves and celebration of this great kion assaults that we are now in listen to tony deep dive on all of his movies and enjoy what one i live programming todd cost the cost hello ladies and gentlemen we're back for a brand new episode of tony only the movie guy and my co host miss money any our they use everybody. I'm great all right well. Did you being up to oh. You know lying about all all labor day labor day. We came as easy getting eaten by mosquitoes. I literally have like fifteen mosquito bite and sweating lots of sweater. I don't even know uh-huh ridiculous like i have like bites all over my body. Yes so in a good old america. We we have labor day so we had a nice nice long three day weekend which is now over. It's really hot right now. It's bloody humid almost feels like florida and for this evening's episode. We picked to call topic. We've done a couple of spotlight episodes recently but i honestly we wanted to do this. One before actually actually we already had it prepped and i just couldn't pass it up which is a spotlight on kiani res. This is like you know whether they calling the kiana. Since since i mean this is such his year although i think you'll agree with me i mean i've always loved. Kion always loved him. He's one of those actors that is just so chiming unlikable. We can all agree. He's not the best actor. The guy isn't front and center for oscars or awards but he picks good movies and he's entertaining. I know people make fun of him like woo but that's like his signature and he's so cool and so charming uh-huh charming and lovable he was my crush from the age of twelve right and he just seems like such a dong on-court human valley other thing in real life from all the reports everything you hear every nicest guy in the world yeah well actually actually. That's like a mythology around him. It's not just the interviews. Is it because i mean he's had a lot of tragedy and river. Phoenix was like his closest friend who died eight and his fiancee died in a car crash and a family member fragment with his unborn child kind of stopped you know so this is becoming coming down despite all this is someone who's always stayed humble and apparently he likes secretly donate charities anonymously.
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"Stuff. You don't call ask them like yeah. No i just took care of it so it's just a different type of person where i love the beater for people yeah. I hate to be a burden to you know what i'm saying like. Even though is not that way yeah. It's the way i feel about myself. I'd rather go you know sacrifice before. I was asleep and do something that maybe someone else would have different and i could've slept. Why in my mind. I work like that yeah but that's just the way i'm wired in a way i work. Man was definitely working. You're definitely make an impact <hes> on multiple people to community. It's all positive stuff and like you say rough days as a rough days <hes> but i i believe the value that you're adding the impact that you're giving <hes> is actually blessing every single the person that gets hit with <hes>. Actually we had bryan johnson here <hes> last week johnson long hair <hes> and he said he's like. I didn't have a father figure. He's like you know who my father figure was. Who's dante reeves dead. He said and he got the chills. He said is the same literally at the same exact thing. You just said he said <hes> <hes>. I was just always around. I was a young i was young. These guys were older. I mean i just didn't know who to look up to. I looked up to whoever was older <hes> which is running around and you know when they wanted something their dad you know here's a bucket here some socal wash cars or something <hes> and that he's he said that's what that's how he learned and then we're having a conversation station with them. Prior to getting the show started <hes> my brother miguel and brian. We're talking and he was saying you're the one who told him to just do going. Podcast talk or even starting to l._l._c. <hes> just starting the business <hes> so there's people out there and the way he talks about you way you know and everything they do so positive..
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"So, you know, like clowns I hate clones. So like the movie it, or any of those kinds of things I find all of those things disturbing. And they freaked me out. So it's a combination of the two I think we've hit at three. I think we've hit peak Kiana Reeves. Yes. In twenty nineteen. He's definitely making comeback. Yeah. Kiana Reeves my goodness. He's definitely getting the love all over the place. Pretty it's pretty cool. I like his. He's at a revitalization of his career. I've been I like Yana Reeves. I know he gets a lot of a lot of people talk trash by his inability to act or whatever my bad think is frigging awesome. And a lot of moves that, that have come out, and I think it's hilarious. He came out on Stanton at this thing, and he just the whole crowd just went crazy about him coming out. So I guess gamers are big fans of Jonah Reeves, they'd love, John wick, John, wick, big fans of John wick, and Kiana so kion to twenty nineteen is definitely the year of Reeves and e three was definitely a hilarious stage, someone yelled out in the middle of the his, he was about to go on talk. Saint something someone someone. Yeah, that we love you Jonah Reeves and he was like a to. In that, like over. He was. And then everyone just lost their minds. So pretty pretty funny. Pretty funny stuff. Let's get to some news. We have a little bit of news. Some interesting articles and stuff that have come out. We found out probably I think it was probably last week. Actually, we found out the institute of play is, is shuddering closing down. These guys have done a lot of really good work over the last few years. So this is a bit better sweetening. Yeah, there's a lot of people that are really upset by it. And I think it was just lack of funding in the end that, that, you know, that's what happens to a lot of these things. And yeah, it's it's sad. And I hopefully something or some other institution or group of people ends up picking up the work that all of the awesome work that they have a not just started, but done. And then continue that, that awesome work just because there's so many things that they've that they started in. Worked on it so many times that they've affect defected, and so many. Yup. Game as learning studies and, and research that actually done. Well, they did like MacArthur foundation stuff like pay giant, huge incredibly funded papers from Carter foundation in from what I know, I know two things that are kind of interesting one is that there's going to be a panel about is toot institute of play shutting down at games for change, which actually I think, is going on literally like right now. I know. So I don't know, when that panel is maybe it was today or or in the next day. Or so there's gonna be a panel, which I hope gets put kind of online, because I'd be interested in watching what was said. But the other thing that I did read was that all of the all of their resources this data that you're talking about in the research, and, like the, the assets that they have in all of the, the papers, in the writing are all being donate. Added to the university of California Irvine. So UC Irvine is getting all of this stuff, and they've actually agreed to like a non exclusive license, which means that it's not like like UC Irvine can decide who has access to the stuff, and who doesn't they can't sell it. I don't think so. It's open source, so it's open to everybody, but it's going to be they've agreed to a UC Irvine it. I think is agreed to, like hold it to store it and keep it safe..
"reeves" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"R c h motorcycle dot com. It might have clicked on the wrong thing press forward on the on the browser. Now this is right? Let me see. Let me see why should. Yeah. Like that. Yeah. It's pretty cool. It looks like this looks like heater like a space heater has got a space heater on it. I thought like space heater manufactured last year. Wow. This is a cool motor. Yes. And at the bottom, it lists, the specs one forty three's, see I two, three four three CC psycho or three forty five degrees, downdraft fuel injected lot of aging cycles have updrafts, so that's kind of carbon fibre monacell chassis with integrated fuel-cell. I'll tell you this. I found out about his mercy company because carbon fibre aerodynamic four covers fucking kidding me. Yeah. You probably don't even cover your forks. God I found out about his mercy company because carbon fibre aerodynamic four covers fucking kidding me. Yeah. You probably don't even cover your forks. God knows what kind of filth is on there when you're eating limited to twenty three units. So you'd better act fast. I'd love to know I found out about there was like a like a video about it. Maybe I like read it article or something about it. And there was a video and in the video, he's talking about the design and the whole time. He's like let me be clear, like I, I come to meetings and I just sit in meetings. And like I'm just like this is cool. This is awesome. I have the backup piddle in my but these guys are. Yeah. He. Yeah. He was completely shoeing any credit that he was just like no, I have nothing to do with this. Yes, my company, but I've nothing to do with it or out of his company's a partner, whatever he's like, no, I'm just there, and they bring me stuff and I go all my God. This is amazing. And then they make it that Billy Joel build on. Yeah. I'm the one who figured out how to make motorcycle. And I told these fucking idiots added do it. Always wrapping these guys not like that. Billy joel. Hey, I hope always. No. That's a last thing. We need. Is Billy, Joel on our ass. Those parents house. Dr. The fucking living room. Hey, kids talking about me. You're a tough guy a big. Hey driven, y fine. Golic. Drink. Lots of wine drink a beer. Whisky. Tom reeves. A great man. Yes. Maybe next week's episode it'd be about Canada Reeves. Also for now on. It's just about Kiana Reuss until the acquis. Now, if he came on the show be so nervous. Yeah. It'd be so nervous. We our new goal is to get a three minute interview with Keanu Reeves even then I'd just be so nervous shoot me three times in the groin. And then once in the head, let's kill them in see next week. That was a hit gum, put gust.
"reeves" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Three or four disjointed deleted scenes from American history. He's too violent or too racist. This is the movie. Yeah. Very confusing and afterwards, I think my whole family is like to why I will. Why did you ask for this for Christmas? Divisively hate films. I mean, the, the film had a Knowlton positive message. Yeah. I'm just watching each world of the N word so many times. You would know that just watching. No, no, no. Those were those were pre reformed. Edward norton. Yeah. Yeah. Anyway. Kiana reefs, Canada Reeves said the matrix movies. First one's very good. The next two were not that good. I heard Tom is that he took eighty million? He made one hundred and fourteen million or his work on the in the matrix sequels. He took eighty million of that and gave it to the special effects, and makeup staff knows that true. I don't know. I mean, I guess it is like I've never heard of other people doing stuff like that. Yeah. But. Does he have a savvy publicist? No, I was actually going to say, I think one of the reasons why have motorcycles. Yes. Into nanny Motors. I was gonna say, I think one of the reasons why he's endured as the like the certainly the internet, maybe all of America's like favorite man, like the best dude is that he seems very publicity shy about that type of stuff. Yeah. Even win like something funny online like the new thing or like the this plane thing I talked about, like he doesn't he's not. He's not going on doesn't lean into, like he's. He's happy with out there and right? Hill, but he's not going on Falun the doing sketch about said Kiana, right? Okay. All right. I get it Tom. He's a good man. He's a nice man. Remember when we didn't episode of the show on Richard Marx, then Richard Marx, listened? Yeah..
"reeves" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"There is a temper tantrum and kills a dog. Did we get here? Gordon episode on your breathlessly, recounting, John wick to me entertaining. Kazani goes to John like wisdom. Oh, test yet past the original pest. And he's like, hey like I need to, you know, Luigi. Yeah, we g mareo I need you to like, you know, soup up, this car, whatever. And he's like, what you get this car. He's like we mean he's like this call. This is an offensive would and then he slaps him. He slaps this guy, even though he on leg was slapped, Salvi Allen. Yeah. Playing himself. No. Did you call them Alfie Alfie Allen, Allen? John, like, but you've been calling candle Reeves, John wick, this whole to his character name is easier. Remember the title. Oh, I did it. And then he tells him like, ooh, you, you, you mess with the wrong dude. And then the rest of the movie is just John wick relentlessly killing everyone in his way to kill Alan does any does it. He does he does the hell out of it. Great. I mean, if you're a fan of extreme. Yeah, I am. I'm not Tom. I'm a pacifist. I'm great man. I would think Kiana Reeves is a pacifist. I think he is in his personal life, but he can separate reality from fantasy. A lot of people can't well, that's not counter Reza's fault. That's true. See he goes and kills everybody you sell this feeder. Oh, a yes, on the theater, did you see chapter two in the theater? Yes. Aw. Chapter two theater. Are you gonna see chapter three? Who I got my ticket on Friday morning, I'm gonna go see John wake just me alone will I'll have four dimensions with me..
"reeves" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"That's how nice she was. Wow, even nicer she's as nice in the movie as Keanu Reeves is in real life. Exactly. And that's what made him, you know, so angry because he had such a nice wife and she did such a nice thing. She gave him she you know after after the funeral. He gets home or whatever maybe it's like a few days later, and there's, you know, like a delivery, and it's a puppy and note from her about how. Like you know what, my soul into this puppy? No. No, nothing. Nothing that extreme. It was basically because he gave up his life as a hitman to be with her. Wow. And she on wicks agree man to. Yeah. And she knew I'm kind of John wick is based on Kiana Reeves life. I don't that we'd a hitman. He was born in September nineteen sixty four in Beirut, okay? Well, what hit men can't be born in Beirut in nineteen sixty four. Now, just giving me a little background. It's stuff. I knew off the top of my head about it. I didn't know that. We're gonna be talking about today. He's fifty five. Yeah. Well, he'll be fifty five crazy. Looks. Great. Does he? Yeah. He does look great Tim. I don't know ages anymore, if you saw what e- what people like I think someone passing away in the early. Seventies is too young. I think Keanu Reeves looks about fifty four no, but I don't know. I don't know what fifty four now wondering your old in twenty nineteen. What is the average fifty four year old look like? Now wondering how will these men were that you saw on the train, maybe they weren't the, you know, forty seventy? Talking about vinyl records only imagining what they okay. Yeah. They weren't actually they had far too much disdain for maybe they were after big band records. Good first pressing of our favorite big band. You know, Dizzy Gillespie colest- be in somebody else or something. That's right. Same way his wife. Yeah. She knows what he did that, that used to be hitman, but he gave all that up. And she was like, oh, I'm dying, and I feel like you know, once I'm dead, this going to be bad for you. You might go back to like that, that bad life you had of being a hitman. So I'm gonna give you a puppy to help you keep your humanity. Right. But then, you know why is dog gets killed because some jerk off wants to buy. Sorry, I get it. Heated. Alfie allen. Come on. What has his name to crappy name? Actor's name of the actor lily, Allen's brother. And she wrote that song about Canada Reeves. No van Alfie. Oh, you know, that's on Alfie by lily. Allen hound really know. Lily Allen work, that, well, I don't know much about Alfie Allen. He's in game of thrones and he's in John wake one. Right. I don't think he's into or three spoiler warning. All right. Because he gets killed. Okay. Tom, now, I'm not going to see the Alfie Allen sees John wicks car. He's like a mob, a mob guys, son. And he's like. He sees car at a gas station, a hey, one of a nice car. Wanna buy your car? And Alfie says John looks like saw for sale and he gets real mad about that. So he decides to go and take the car, and then kill John wicks puppy, because the puppy was barking. Right. Bob boss's sons. That's what I like about this movie. AJ soprano kind of oh, I'm just going to cry about the state of the world, the ad. This guy takes action this Alfie Allen. No. He's like a he's so he's like a mob kid, but he's also like a spoiled frigging brat. Yeah. He's always used to getting what he wants. It's gonna look AJ soprano. So then when he doesn't get what he wants..
"reeves" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Hey, guys, Willie Geist here with another episode of the Sunday, sit down podcasts. My thanks for clicking and listening along to got a good one for not just because he's a name you love movies you love. But because he's a guy you don't hear from. I don't think in depth that often it's Keanu Reeves whose career launched thirty years ago. Can you believe thirty years ago? Bill and Ted's excellent adventure came out in nineteen Eighty-nine turned him into a star. He went from there to movies like point break. Of course. Speed the monster hit with Sandra Bullock, made three hundred fifty million dollars. I think on like thirty million dollar budget. Also, of course the matrix movies where he dodges bullets in slow motion as Neo. And now he's here today to talk about the third installment in his John wick movies, John wick three para bellum really enjoyed sitting down with Keanu Reeves, again, a guy I hadn't met before a guy. I don't think you see all over the place on TV, and he was happy to sit down and talk about his career. You'll hear as we draw. Trend towards some personal stuff. Not his favorite subject area, not talking about celebrity stuff TMZ stuff, but just even asking about his reputation as a super generous guy. There are these legendary Hollywood stories of him renegotiating his matrix deal. So the crew could get more money less for him. He bought Harley Davidsons reportedly for his stunt men and all his movies, a super generous guy a guy about whom there's some folklore. I don't know if you saw in March when he you know, the plane he was on made an emergency landing and he landed with all the people on the plane, and he arranged with the airline to get a van to drive everybody to where they were supposed to fly all these sort of sightings of Keanu Reeves in the wild. So we try to touch on some of that he gets into it. But what's more interesting to me is about his career this long range of thirty years? And we talk about it all including John wick three para bellum right now with Keanu Reeves on the Sunday, sit down. Mhm podcast. Thanks for doing this. I'll thank you for the invitation in the opportunity to converse. Absolutely. We've already been conversing quite a bit. We'll pick up where we left off. I wanna talk. I obviously about the movie. Congratulations. Thank you on John wick chapter three for people who may have not seen the first two yet or people were excited now to see their where do we pick up John? Where is he in the store? Oh my gosh. I mean for if you've seen the film where you haven't seen the film. I would probably lightly different. Yeah. Yes. I'll do the I don't know. How about people who've seen the first chapter to John wick had killed a member of. Let's call it a guild. That's in this other world, you have the real world. And then you have these other John wick rural rises the role of the continental which is the hotel and you find out through the series at these hotels exist all around the world. And then there's this guilt or this thing above the continental called the high table. So I killed a member of the high table on continental grounds, meaning the hotel, which is breaking the rules and so- Winston the fantastic. Ian McShane who runs the New York City continental at the end of John wick to gave me an hour, but he made me excommunicate KADO, right? And there's an open contract so in and our can have no help from the system of the continental and in an hour. The assassins can come after John wick. At the end of chapter two. We saw John wick running out of central park for his life right chapter. Three we slam cut. It's a little later tonight. It's raining, and John wick is still on the run. How's he going to survive? This is this should have been the trailer right here, by the way that was incredible. I mean, you if I hadn't you I'm ready. You lost John wick action. Yeah. How do you describe John wick like who is he and why was he an interesting character? When you first read about them. Yeah. It's the character. And the world was created by the writer. Derek kolstad this reality and other reality. In John wick, John's partner life partner love of his life passes away. And she gives him a dog to kind of keep a connection. I think to the heart and soul to keep him grounded to have a friend because she knows, but the audience doesn't know that I was in the Sassan a mythical assassin and five years ago. I did the impossible task to get out. But one day as the director likes to save fate would have it. I run in this. I'm just getting gas in my Mustang with the dog. I'm getting dog food and this kid pulls up anyway long story short him and his friends come to the house and they killed the dog and beat me up. And then it turns out that the kid was connected to a Russian crime Lord Vigo who I had worked with and helped with the impossible task. And then John wick goes from the Greek. Having husband man to the Bubba Yego. The mythical assassin who wants to get some revenge all this to say. Consequence. Right. So this man who is grieving and trying to live his life this event this fate the something happened, and this other part of John wick part about dog with that net. Was it was trying to ground him? And once that was taken from him. This other person this other thing came out kind of light and dark side of ourselves. And he goes to this revenge place, but then that has consequences which in chapter two he was like, I just want peace. They take his car. He wants his car back is leave me alone. I just wanna greed, but in the world of John wick, there's the high table, and there's a thing called a marker. And if I have your marker that means, I you I did something for you. And so now, I have to get after this character who ends up being the person that I'd kill as a kind of Vange. And this is the long version housing. Got it three story. John Wraith left to see the movie, you know, he just walked through the ended up doing both. But it's this journey with themes of action consequence. Little fate and destiny I mean this series is has a lot of honor in it. There's a lot of rules consequences breaking rules obeying this idea of filter feel t to the to the high table. And all of these characters that inhabit this world. And then you have John wake action and humor. So you ask me, we'll how do I explain this? I think we're following a journey of a man whose grieving and who is in a battle to to live who's trying to survive with the consequences of his past and the action that he's doing.