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"reichardt" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:39 min | 11 months ago

"reichardt" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Just wants attention. Inched up, and, um, but there's a different go about it. Victoria Adams of the CP is calling for an investigation. We want to figure find out what this household's history is and determine why they came to the The conclusion that they came to. We want to ensure that there's members of this community are safe. The U. S Secret Service is reviewing the incident. Chicago Police have a man in custody wanted for a triple murder this summer. WG ends Ryan Burrow, reports Chicago police say John Mathews was taken into custody Thursday in Burlington, Iowa, with help from Burlington Police who executed an extradition warrant. Matthews was wanted for a shooting that left three women dead in the 8600 block of South Wood Street back in June. Police have labeled it a domestic related incidents. He now faces murder charges and a bond court hearing. Brian Barrow W G M News. Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin, all reporting record high numbers of new Corona virus cases. Today, Illinois announced 10,376 new cases in the past 24 hours, including 49 additional deaths statewide positivity rate has gone up to 9.6% right now. 75 counties and the city of Chicago are at a warning level. Indiana is reporting for 1007 114 new cases and 37 more deaths with a positive the rate of 8.9% and Wisconsin reported 6141 new cases in 62 deaths statewide positively right there is now up to 33%. Chicago Public School officials are confirming that staff and students will not be returning to Chicago public schools on Monday. Despite starting the second quarter, Mayor Lori Lightfoot is following the state's cove in numbers. We're obviously going to be guided by the public health measures got it by the science. We're not going to do anything that puts kids in harm's way, but we've got to start thinking about a path to get those kids were falling behind. Back into school. CPS schools have been doing remote learning since last April. W. Jan. SPORTS Here's Kevin Powell. The Bears will be shorthanded at the offense align position on Sunday, but good news on Reichardt Germaine, a Fetty He's been activated off the cove in 19 list. He's on track to start at Tennessee and, according to ESPN, Mitch Stravinsky's shoulder injury Will not require surgery. He's considered week to week. College football tonight. Miami taking on NC State Boise State hosting BYU and Northwestern football here on W. G N tomorrow, beginning at 10 30, the Wildcats host Nebraska. I'm Kevin Powell. Double G in sports. And.

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"reichardt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"reichardt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Jesse Thorne. My guest is Kelly Reichardt, The acclaimed filmmaker She's directed the movies Old Joy Meeks cut off Wendy and Lucy and night moves. Her latest is called first Cow. It's a period piece set in the early 18 hundreds. It's about two men in a big, beautiful cow. It's available to rent or buy digitally. Now. You work, often at a pretty small scale in terms of Often. Basically always this is this is a pretty grand project for you. And it's about his modest as ah. Period film set in the 18 thirties could possibly be Is that Primarily because That is where your interests lie. Or if or were you able Tio raise the $30 million would you be out making You know, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon or something? No, I never really had those ambitions. This has been a world that's been kind of created over a decade. This Ah What? You know this sort of crew going out and working on these films, and it's I mean, I will say this was very satisfying about a little bit more money, and we actually shot five day weeks, which is a dream. I don't um I did was getting to a point where I was like, Okay, can't Keep making films on this budget like uncertain women. I was just like it's too like I'm just getting too old for it. It's too physically gruelling, but this was great. You know, the thing about small films is you Get a lot of autonomy. You're you know, you know, I made a film about two guys stealing milk with The unnamed actors and nobody, You know, I cut it myself and knows no test screenings or there's no one showing up on the set. Watch what you're doing. It's all very It's Yeah, you're just kind of making stuff. There's not all these added hassles that takes a whole other skill set to deal with that. I don't think I quite possess Sometimes when I read about The film's $50,000 budget or $100,000 budget. Or even, you know three or $500,000 budget or $1,000,000 budget. What I think about is I think like You know, all of the crew and actors. Are getting paid a certain amount of money and They have to fit that within that budget, But I imagine they can, because that's how that works. You know, you just have a smaller crew were fewer lights or something like that. But I think You know, the director of this movie worked on this movie, probably for three years or four years. And that amount of money sounds like a reasonable wage for one person for that, three or four years. Like the thing that always Shocks me is that there is this one piece which is like there are people who have been Pouring their hearts into this over the course of years. Who, you know, there's only so many Pieces of money to break off of $300,000. Well, this was nicely a union film, so it's It is really nice to pay people and toe like I said working five day weeks was a total dream. But, yeah, you can't really do this kind of filmmaking for the thinking like okay, non can Live live some I don't know. I don't know about all the other kinds of filmmakers. There's lots of ways to live and there's lots of ways to make films. I'm not down on any of the other ways. It's just a matter of like just carved this way out, and I happen to have this Really nice community of people I teach with at Bard College that lets me not worry about Doesn't put that tax on the movie of like this having to Supply me with something. Else. Um, I mean, and they work with each other. It's nice, the teaching and the, um And the filmmaking. It's ah Get offers a good head space for both things, but I don't know. I think everyone has Tio. You know a lot of people that you probably think live off their films really live off making commercials and You know? Don't you know? I don't know. It's I don't know. I don't have that much of a foot in that world. So it's hard for me to know exactly what everyone's doing. It was going to ask you like I know a lot of folks. Who directs small features make their livings. Directing commercials or directing directing episodic TV, which are both like jobs that you can have as a director that are More discreet. Directing a commercial is generally you know, I guess you know it's Ah, It's two days on set or one day on sad and maybe you're working on it for a week. Or maybe you're working on it For two weeks on the long side, maybe you're just on set and somebody gives you a creative brief when you show up in the morning or something. Shooting a television show directing an episode of the television show. Well, it takes a week, usually to make an episode of a television show because they've got to make one every week, so it's only a certain amount of work. Do you just teacher or do you do other stuff? No. Just teach. I'm making these movies and I edit them takes a long time And and I teach, just teach. I don't mean to diminish Tio. I mean, you know, that's like kind of takes up all my time. I have also a lot of knitting to do. And I am a faithful dog walker to several dogs in my neighborhood. Yeah, but that sort of takes up all the time. You're listening to bulls eye. I'm Jesse Thorne. My guest, Kelly Reichardt directed the new movie first Cow, which you can watch now. Have you gotten to the life that you hoped you might have? When you at whatever age decided all be a filmmaker. Yeah, Recently. I,.

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"reichardt" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"reichardt" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Welcome to film spotting back in early March one of the most anticipated films of the year for US Josh Kelley, records first cow finally came to theaters, and then less than two weeks after its release the COVID nineteen pandemic force, the nation's movie theaters to close along with just about everything else meeting that most people never got a chance to see it. It it wasn't quite the last movie I saw pre pandemic. The penultimate I think I fit in birds of prey, just after I scout, that sounds right and man, my so grateful we were able to get first cow, because to have to sit for a few more months without seeing it as many people had, that would have been tortuous. Yeah, the pandemic. Records plans to come to Chicago when we were scheduled to sit down with her for an interview fast forward now to July first cow is now finally available to rent on demand, and we got a chance to talk to Kelly Reicher by phone later in the show will revisit our first cow review from back in March and hopefully more of you have had a chance to catch up with it now that it is available to rent I though it is our conversation with Kelly Reichardt in addition to first cow. Films include 2016 certain women that starred Kristen Stewart Laura, dern and her frequent collaborator Michelle Williams before that she offered us night moves that was about a trio of radical environmentalists, one of those played by Jesse Eisenberg and she gave us of course meek's cutoff. Which I think is still her masterpiece in Oregon trail set. Film that yeah, a lot of people consider among the very best of the last decade Wendy and Lucy was the film before that one. This was a doomed road trip movie again with Williams, and then the first film that I saw of Hers Atom I think you as well two thousand six's old joy, that one like I call centers on male friendship records debut film river of grass that came out back in nineteen, ninety four for first cow reichert return to the Pioneer Era Pacific northwest setting of Meek's cutoff. Cutoff for a tale of unlikely friendship capitalism, and yes, oil leaks in the movie, a cook from the east to play by John McEnroe joins a group of for trappers Oregon there. He meets Orion lease King Liu a Chinese immigrant, the to become friends and set out on a risky business venture together. Also, there is a cow. It's the first cow in the area. Josh indeed floating down the river in one of the movies more memorable images I'd say absolutely. Let's get to that conversation with Kelly Reicher now. Call me cookie. Mother died when I was born, and then my father died. I never stopped moving. It's a good thing stopped at the puzzle. No way for women to stop. have account cow in the. same place for cows. That's no place for white men. He's A. Since virginity here. Kelly thanks so much for coming back on spotting. It's great to have you nice to be here in virtually exactly so josh and I have both spoken very very favorably of the film, actually our favorite film of the year so far between us, and we both talked about it as almost a parable, a movie that in a story that seemingly very simple, the kind that maybe could even be passed down orally, and without any heavy-handedness or easy moralizing impart. Truths are we on the right path? Do you see I cal that way? I'm. A visual person so. Making it is a audible story <HES> I. How came from Jonathan Raymond's novel? The half life. I I'd have to think about it. I haven't thought about it in those terms of course moist thinking about it in images. Yes, so <hes>. When you say. It's your favorite film. I don't know why you have to qualify it and say so far to stop watching other things. But seems fair. That seems fair. I'm sure you're like A. I think all those qualities topping out exist? I just yeah. I haven't thought about it. In terms that of course I I think maybe a better way to phrase that would have been if if you think about it and I know that this sounds almost like it's simplifying, but whether or not you think about this project, or any other is in terms of <hes> imparting kind of lesson, or is there. Is there some? Is there something you were trying to teach to the audience? No No. No I don't think so. I mean I. Know I would not want to think in those terms <hes>. I mean <hes> I hope it has. Layers to it that there's things to think about and <hes>. Questions to ask <hes> as far as. I mean ultimately I think like to focus on the friendship and kept blake quote in the beginning. That's in John's. Novel to remind myself that ultimately are making a film about friendship, and there are these teams of capitalism and <hes>. You know running through out the new the but <hes>. It has to be considered like just figuring out how to do seem sort of. Where the power lies in a scene, so it's not like I'm not thinking about those things, but I'm <hes>. Only, in terms of how they relate to cooking, King Lou not in terms of. <hes>. Some world message or cheek I <hes>. World should not be being taught from me. That's for sure.

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Kelly Reichardt  First Cow

Filmspotting

05:54 min | 1 year ago

Kelly Reichardt First Cow

"Welcome to film spotting back in early March one of the most anticipated films of the year for US Josh Kelley, records first cow finally came to theaters, and then less than two weeks after its release the COVID nineteen pandemic force, the nation's movie theaters to close along with just about everything else meeting that most people never got a chance to see it. It it wasn't quite the last movie I saw pre pandemic. The penultimate I think I fit in birds of prey, just after I scout, that sounds right and man, my so grateful we were able to get first cow, because to have to sit for a few more months without seeing it as many people had, that would have been tortuous. Yeah, the pandemic. Records plans to come to Chicago when we were scheduled to sit down with her for an interview fast forward now to July first cow is now finally available to rent on demand, and we got a chance to talk to Kelly Reicher by phone later in the show will revisit our first cow review from back in March and hopefully more of you have had a chance to catch up with it now that it is available to rent I though it is our conversation with Kelly Reichardt in addition to first cow. Films include 2016 certain women that starred Kristen Stewart Laura, dern and her frequent collaborator Michelle Williams before that she offered us night moves that was about a trio of radical environmentalists, one of those played by Jesse Eisenberg and she gave us of course meek's cutoff. Which I think is still her masterpiece in Oregon trail set. Film that yeah, a lot of people consider among the very best of the last decade Wendy and Lucy was the film before that one. This was a doomed road trip movie again with Williams, and then the first film that I saw of Hers Atom I think you as well two thousand six's old joy, that one like I call centers on male friendship records debut film river of grass that came out back in nineteen, ninety four for first cow reichert return to the Pioneer Era Pacific northwest setting of Meek's cutoff. Cutoff for a tale of unlikely friendship capitalism, and yes, oil leaks in the movie, a cook from the east to play by John McEnroe joins a group of for trappers Oregon there. He meets Orion lease King Liu a Chinese immigrant, the to become friends and set out on a risky business venture together. Also, there is a cow. It's the first cow in the area. Josh indeed floating down the river in one of the movies more memorable images I'd say absolutely. Let's get to that conversation with Kelly Reicher now. Call me cookie. Mother died when I was born, and then my father died. I never stopped moving. It's a good thing stopped at the puzzle. No way for women to stop. have account cow in the. same place for cows. That's no place for white men. He's A. Since virginity here. Kelly thanks so much for coming back on spotting. It's great to have you nice to be here in virtually exactly so josh and I have both spoken very very favorably of the film, actually our favorite film of the year so far between us, and we both talked about it as almost a parable, a movie that in a story that seemingly very simple, the kind that maybe could even be passed down orally, and without any heavy-handedness or easy moralizing impart. Truths are we on the right path? Do you see I cal that way? I'm. A visual person so. Making it is a audible story I. How came from Jonathan Raymond's novel? The half life. I I'd have to think about it. I haven't thought about it in those terms of course moist thinking about it in images. Yes, so When you say. It's your favorite film. I don't know why you have to qualify it and say so far to stop watching other things. But seems fair. That seems fair. I'm sure you're like A. I think all those qualities topping out exist? I just yeah. I haven't thought about it. In terms that of course I I think maybe a better way to phrase that would have been if if you think about it and I know that this sounds almost like it's simplifying, but whether or not you think about this project, or any other is in terms of imparting kind of lesson, or is there. Is there some? Is there something you were trying to teach to the audience? No No. No I don't think so. I mean I. Know I would not want to think in those terms I mean I hope it has. Layers to it that there's things to think about and Questions to ask as far as. I mean ultimately I think like to focus on the friendship and kept blake quote in the beginning. That's in John's. Novel to remind myself that ultimately are making a film about friendship, and there are these teams of capitalism and You know running through out the new the but It has to be considered like just figuring out how to do seem sort of. Where the power lies in a scene, so it's not like I'm not thinking about those things, but I'm Only, in terms of how they relate to cooking, King Lou not in terms of. Some world message or cheek I World should not be being taught from me. That's for sure.

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"reichardt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"reichardt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is NPR news and this is WNYC in New York I'm Richard hake good morning six twenty nine forty eight degrees fair skies right now mass transits okay increasing cloudiness today with a high near fifty six degrees sunrise time this morning is at seven fourteen we do expect a high near fifty six tonight mostly cloudy lows around forty degrees WNYC's supporters include HSS with a new location inside the Brooklyn nets HSS training center offering physician appointments and more from the number one hospital for orthopedics ranked by US news and World Report HSS dot EDU slash Brooklyn eight twenty four presenting first count from Kelly Reichardt a new western about two entrepreneurs seeking fortune and opportunity leading them to an unexpected encounter with the region's first cal now playing in select theaters if you believe democracy requires repress your station W. NYC ninety three point nine FM and AM may twenty our news conversation live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly Joe Biden is celebrating victories in at least four of yesterday's six contests for the twenty twenty democratic presidential nomination bind one Michigan Missouri Mississippi and Idaho the former vice president addressed supporters last night in Pennsylvania get a reprieve this party together that's we have to do tonight we.

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Top Five Mark Wahlberg Movies: Say Hi to Your Mother for Us | The Big Picture

The Big Picture

15:27 min | 1 year ago

Top Five Mark Wahlberg Movies: Say Hi to Your Mother for Us | The Big Picture

"Unfortunately this Shithole has more fucking leaks in the Iraqi navy. Fuck Yourself. I'm tired from fucking your wife. How's your mother good? She's tired from fucking my father. You have a job Tom. I'm a firefighter. Oh God bless you a hero. I'm not hero. We'd all be here. We could use the petroleum. No excuse me Christmas. Utah a lot of fucking money. What did you do? I mean if you take away nothing else for my class from this experience let it be this. If you're not a genius don't bother right. The world needs plenty of electricity and a lot of them are happy and they can help. It really can't be that we can always do. Better let me keep trying. If you guys keep trying I'm shawn fantasy and this is the big picture. A conversation show about Mark Wahlberg. This episode may break the all time record for big picture dissonance later in the show. I have an interview with Kelly. Reichardt the writer and director behind independent film classics. Like old joy. Meek's cutoff in the new film. First cow which might be the best movie of Two Thousand Twenty so far. I hope you'll stick around for that but I were joined by the frog. Sheriff Chris Ryan. I heard that Mark. Wahlberg actually dropped out of first cow. He was gonNA play the cow Alao. But you're already doing animal. Humor here on driver too is calling. Chris. You're here because you're a fan of Mark Wahlberg work. He's The star of a new movie. That is hitting Netflix. This Friday called Spencer confidential. I think gets his fifth film with Peterberg. The actor turned director of such films as lone survivor and deepwater horizon. This is a very strange movie but I think it's going to be a a very watched movie because the corona virus is scaring America into staying inside their house. And so I think that there's a potential for a lot of viewership of this movie. So we're talking about Mark Wahlberg one of the most resilient and persistent movie stars. I guess of the past twenty five years so let's just start with WHO is Mark Wahlberg. How did this happen? That Mark Wahlberg became one of the signature figures of movies in the twenty first century. I would not say I'm a fan of Mark Wahlberg as like I'm a I'm agnostic as a citizen. Yeah I would say that. I am very interested in the way that he has conducted his career. Which is kind of a weird throwback to a studio systems our he makes three to four movies every eighteen months somehow and just releases them at like a hugely prolific rate at. I'm fascinated by all the little pockets of his career that he has created where he repeats. You know he goes back to these little micro genres that he and he works a lot of people over and over again by the way he kind of has conducted his career to me is almost unique among Hollywood movie stars anymore. I mean most of the time when people achieve a certain level success. They just like see in three years for my next blockbuster or award fodder and he's just like nope. I'm grinding out. Family movie violent action film and then every once in a while Raunchy comedy and it's just like pretty pretty like unique among all Hollywood stars so I'm fascinated. What do you make them Amanda? I was fascinated when going back to you. Remember how many great directors he's worked with and how many actually excellent movies he's been in. Chris was asking me how much we watching I had to do for this podcast and the answer is a lot. Because I wouldn't say that Mark Wahlberg stays with me besides certain shots that will certainly be discussed on this podcast but he especially I guess in the first decade of this century just goes on a tremendous run. I really from Boogie nights on and works with a does a lot of really great movies and then kind of decides to just become like the Peterberg comedy guy in the second decade of the century. And I it's a really interesting shift. He just Kinda decides no. I'm going to do this now. And it's very fascinating to me I can't really make sense of. I also is Christmas talking about his efficiency. Just pulled up his daily schedule. Do you guys remember the days? Will he wakes up. Like four o'clock in the morning posted this on his own instagram typical daily scheduled to thirty. Am Wake Up. What don't you forty five prayer time. Three fifteen am breakfast. There's a lot of work work. He's golfing from seven thirty to eight. Which is the golf people? And there's a chamber recovery at nine thirty that takes more time than golf workout number two lunches and our so our meeting slash work calls also an hour and he goes to bed at seven thirty PM and which in Los Angeles for. I'd say six at least six months of the year. That is still broad daylight. Yeah Yeah Su. There is real efficiency baked into this. He's clearly very deliberate guy. He's making choices. And I think that pertains to his daily life and also his his career. There is clearly thought going into this. It's not a type of thought. I can access. I still don't know why you would wake up at two thirty and I don't know why you would do like five deep water horizons. There's a rumor that he has a routine. I think you. I'm speculating here. But I think he's a member of Wilshire Country Club here in Los Angeles. My husband told me this last night and he likes to play alone. He likes to play. And that's why he's playing so early in the morning and he's trying to get in like a quick nine or quick eighteen. I don't know five days a week which I'm who among? Us would love to do that if I could wake up before five. Am I would do it. I'll tell you I would love to do that. I'll tell you something else I am. I find golf to be social and I get crippled like when I play by myself. I'm like all the neurosis is creeping like. Should I take another shot now like it really playing golf? If you're not playing with anyone can just tell you. He's got three snacks on the schedule. Including one that takes an hour and a half from eight to nine thirty. Am is snack after seven. Thirty to eight am golf. Probably a euphemism. Oh Okay so you think. His sessions are ninety minutes. So you're saying to jump off something. Amanda said You know who? He reminds me of a bizarre way Cruz. Where it's like that run. Where cruises like I'll just work with Barry Levinson Stanley Kubrick and Steven Spielberg and every great director at it seems like I'm just the most important factor in the whole world and then one day he wakes up and says I'M GONNA make action movies for the rest of my life? It's very unlikely though. I mean his origins restraints obviously member of this very well known family. He's from Massachusetts. He starts out as a a rap artist and ultimately becomes a Calvin Klein M. C. An. Mc Yes we watched the vibrations video. Recently I took my top five twenty two. Would you make of good vibrations? And and how did you feel about the funky bunch all these years later? It's just really bizarre that this was a thing that we lived through. Who is the funky bunch? I I still don't know who's in it. Were you in a Chris? Thought it was the backup dancers. I mean yes. That's who they were but like do you know anything about them and where they are now. I was pretty. Yeah I was pretty. I was pretty authentic back then so I was. I was already listening to deep deep newer. Grab I love talking about the early nineties with you. Can we talk about the Calvin Klein ads for a second really really important? You're almost put these on my list. And it's and my honorable mention boxer briefs. Yeah I was still a boxer sky back then that was not interested in the product. Would you just tear the ads out of the magazine? Crumpled them up and throw them in the garbage. I think that the those are the signature moment in his career without the advertising campaign he would not have become weirdly Tom Like sub Tom Cruise but he you know. He soared to a of fame on that ad campaign. They're just extremely important. Ninety s imagery obviously came as also in them. And that's where the whole K. Moss thing starts Them Hating each other. Great early celebrity feud they're very important that's all and also it looks great. I mean he and his image was of basically like a tough guy with a bad attitude whether that was true or not he obviously got into some altercations and his his personal history is pretty complicated. We're not gonNA spend too much time talking about on this show. But I think that he basically leveraged his complicated persona in the public into a movie career and if you look at the first few movies that he makes replays these kind of like weird intimidating Undeveloped YOUNG MEN. You know in the basketball diaries in. Ryen Russillo favorite movie fear And even in boogie nights. There's something like violently adolescent about his his persona which is very different from the kind of actor and movie star that he is right now so a lot of times. I think that we could. You could write like a series of essays about how much actors of his generation have attempted to mimic the kind of like rough and tumble blue collar upbringing. That Walberg apparently had like how how often like DiCaprio Damon or these guys have tried to be like no I'm Jim Carroll and he's just a function Carol I'm the real thing but it's weird like even in his authenticity. If you WANNA call it that he still lacks like any kind of emotional intelligence or psychological depth to portraying those things and you could write all these essays. But you could just watch the departed. Because that's what this does that. Do you need that from an actor? Do you need to feel like this person is like in control and has that depth that Chris was talking about? I think I do ultimately. I think that there is a reason that I gravitate to Matt Damon instead of Wahlberg. And I think that you not just because of the departed and the Boston. Bill will talk about that a lot as a comparison but I like I said I really remember a lot of Walberg performances. Even though he's been given a lot of great ones and I think that's because they have a I don't WanNa say surface level. That's unfair. They're actually a lot of depth but they aren't the emotional depths and I think I personally don't hang onto those. I think I'm always wondering how in command of the Ark of his career. He is because you pointed out he makes he's. I mean he's just been a lot of great movies a lot of movies that are going to stand the test of time and it always seems like he's being cast the way that a lot of young actresses or cast as the. Nayef as the like the naive and innocent who gets corrupted when put into a system and like did someone in a room. Say That to him. This is your lane man will early like you think so. Well I just don't think that he I think he's largely in charge of the movies that he makes. Now he's like. I think that the movies that we see our movies that Mark Wahlberg once made for the most part and my suspicion is the reason he made that transition. Amanda was referencing about just mostly doing action. Comedy movies now is because those movies are more fun and easier to make for him there either like a physical challenge there like a day on the set whereas making boogie nights as hard Russell Smart. Yeah I think that he is both like sinking very strategically as the schedule would suggest and also like not over thinking it i. That's the VIBE. I guess sometime at the end of the day he's going like it very much is what it is. He is a very Surface level or just immediate actor. That's that's what you're getting and so I think he wants. He gets to produce the movies himself and make the decisions. You just kind of like. Yeah action comedies. Got There before we get into our top fives and I think we should figure out what we mean. When we say top five if it's five performances or his top five movies because there's some complexity. There is a very strange celebrity. The the nine eleven thing is you're staring right at. It's just hanging over my head as I think about him as a public person. So in twenty twelve Walberg was quoted in a magazine interview regarding. What would have happened if he had flown aboard American Airlines Flight? Eleven on September eleventh. Two thousand one. He'd been booked on a flight on flight. Eleven but his plans changed the day before the scheduled flight and he cancelled his reservation. Walberg received public criticism for stating quote. If I was on that plane with my kids it wouldn't have went down like it did and there would have been a lot of blood in that first class cabin and then me saying okay. We're going to land somewhere safely. Don't worry Warburg apologized for those statements. But they're actually the sort of thing that kind of inform his public persona and when we watch him in an action movie. We think that he's the kind of guy who's like I would have kicked some ass on nine eleven which I don't know if you like complicates the quality of the films that he makes but I can't get stuff like that. Outta my head once I've read or heard about it and I feel like we've referred back to it even in a joking fashion over the years right. Yeah it is definitely one of the top three things that I think about. When someone says Mark Wahlberg schedule yeah nine eleven yeah and the last night of prosthetic but like you know. I'm human beings. It's the point of the movie full movie as leading to that so yes I agree. It's funny he is both. I think very funny as a comedic actor like entirely humorless and it's that some things he's in on the joke on some things he's just kind of being like no I would have save. I would have stopped nine eleven. Which is just a ridiculous thing to say. And that's the joke of Andy Sandberg's say Heidi Mother for me. Yeah you know portrayal of him is this is like he's kind of total rube but also not. There's something very elusive about. Whatever's going on with an entourage thing it's like. Do you watch entourage because you think it's completely ridiculous or do you watch entourage because you think it's like six awesome representative drama and I dare to say that Mark Wahlberg is like Yup? That's how it went. I you probably think you're right. Insulin entourage Ari comes on and it's really like Whoa but most but he's like that's accurate me. Like Vince is very much living my experience. He's like we should make a show about it. I think. I think that you guys are right. Do you think that this should be five performances or top five movies I choose? I don't know I don't know where I landed. I think I did I tried to be interesting here but I I wouldn't say that any of these performances leap out at me except for my number one and number two as like excellent performances. They're more like movies. I really like was he ever given a truly great performance. Yes I I think. There's one and a half great performances on this movie and it's just a half is the end of boogie nights. No no I. Well that might be the case now. There's another movie I still did performances but I think they are. They are a little bit also an award for the movie knowing how best to use him right. Okay well then let's get into it. Let's go into our top five Mark Wilbur performances slash movies number five Amanda. Why don't you start us off? This goes out to Bill Simmons and apparently to right who I still have never met. Hello Ryan. 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"reichardt" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"reichardt" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Back trying to gain momentum in the democratic race for the White House Biden on the attack against Pete but a judge who surprised many with his strong showing in the Iowa caucuses a democratic primary race ease he did and it's only getting more fiery with New Hampshire voters now headed to the polls tomorrow the pressure on all these candidates is mounting even higher Elizabeth Warren she is hoping to break out of the middle of the pack here in New Hampshire lower poll numbers are slipping she answered our club which are former vice president Biden all safe no matter what happens here in New Hampshire their campaigns are built for the long haul that is a B. C.'s Trevor all the bit of a surprise on Hollywood's biggest night of foreign film in a South Korea became the first non English movie to win Best Picture writer director bong joon ho was direct crazy reporter he said he couldn't believe the parasite was now the first foreign language film to ever win the Best Picture Oscar it still feels very surreal I feel like something will hit me and I will wake up from the stream producer collection a called it a big night not only for their team but for South Korea to win in four categories six Oscars in total I can't even imagine the atmosphere in career right now and what would happen when we get back backstage the Oscars Jason Nathanson ABC news Hollywood was also the winner for Best Director the Best Actor award this year went to walking Phoenix for his role in the joker Brad Pitt walked away with the best Supporting Actor Oscar for once upon a time in Hollywood Renee Zellweger took home Best Actress for her role as Judy Garland and Laura Dern won for best supporting actress for marriage story to a Dayton area filmmakers walking away winners as well last night Julie white Reichardt skews me and Steven Wagner won the Oscar for best documentary feature last night for American factory on Wall Street the Dow right now up eighty four points nasdaq is game forty seven in the S. P. S. picked up eleven for more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explain not shouted listen.

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Obama-backed documentary on Ohio factory wins Academy Award

The Sunday Show

12:10 min | 1 year ago

Obama-backed documentary on Ohio factory wins Academy Award

"The documentary American factory which is nominated for an Oscar for best feature length documentary was produced and directed by my guests Julia Reichardt and Stephen bogan are it was the first film acquired by the Obamas new production company higher ground which is distributing it in partnership with Netflix last year American factory when the Sundance directing award in the documentary category the movie is about what happened when a Chinese company opened a new automotive glass factory in Dayton Ohio in the same spot where a GM company close just a few years earlier the new Chinese factory foo yell glass America was greeted is great news by Dayton and by men and women in need of jobs but as time went on it became apparent there was a considerable culture clash between how the Chinese treat workers and have the American workers expected to be treated especially those workers who are used to having the United auto workers union behind them and no longer did some of the workers are making half as much in our IT Fujio than they did at GM by focusing on this one factory the film is a case study of what the global economy means for some American workers and how hard it's become to find work that pays enough to have a home and support children right guard and bogan are with the perfect people to make American factory they live twenty five minutes away from the factory and their previous film the last track documented the closing of Dayton's GM factory the last track was also nominated for an Oscar your record Steve Bognor welcome to fresh air congradulations on your Oscar nomination and on the film thank you Terry so what were the expectations in your hometown Dayton won a Chinese billionaire announced that he would open a new automotive glass factory there on the site of the GM plant that close you know people were very hopeful we had lost the GM plant almost eight years before when chairman Chow who's the you know Chinese billionaire who bought that old rusting General Motors plant when he came to town it just everybody was really very excited yeah after that GM plant closed things were so hard for so long I mean people lost their homes the job you could get were like at the Cole's distribution center or payless shoes warehouse distribution center or fast food people making nine Bucks an hour and and imagine your middle aged you gotta cater to your mortgage and you're making nine dollars an hour it's just like it was so hard and there was such hope went went through yeah now yeah so what were the incentives for the billionaire the Chinese billionaire the chairman who opened this factory in Dayton well one thing is if you make glass in the Midwest right on interstate seventy five right if you think about it goes from Detroit all the way down through the south all the auto makers are all along there so heavy glass no longer has to be shipped from China to reach the big three and all the other automakers and you know labor costs and China have been going up over many years and labor costs you know what people make per hour in the US have been going down and so the chairman and his team the free out team we're doing a lot of calculations about the cost of shipping the cost of energy labor costs and at some point it made sense for them to come to the US and and actually chairman shall told us he was also asked by General Motors by some of the other automakers to set up shop in the Midwest because they needed more Cassidy more more reliable glass delivery you know the chairman is seventy three years old now he's exactly my age as it happens he I think wanted a kind of capstone project to his life and he wanted to create a big huge plant in the United States this was a huge challenge his family was against him a lot of the Chinese other businessmen were against him it was kind of a personal decision on his part to go ahead and do it despite the opposition from people close to him it's such an interesting clash of cultures that we see in American factory expectations regarding everything about work from pay and benefits to what workers are expected to sacrifice for the privilege of working for the corporation let's start by comparing what automakers made at the GM plant when they were unionized and they were in the United auto workers to what they were making at Fujio which is not unionized well in in the film shown a Rosser who worked at the old GM plant and now works of Frida she says it varies directly she says that GM she was making twenty nine dollars and some cents per hour and if we out she makes twelve eighty four so that's less than half of what she used to make and you know she has several children she's got she has a house that they actually lost they lost their houses they couldn't they couldn't make the mortgage payments after GM closed it's a very different world and you know here here's the crazy thing it's like in China it's been a remarkable trajectory like China is on the rise and people in the film like Wong he once he is the furnace engineer who has been sent from China to the U. S. he's here for at least two years is not going to see his children for two years but he's been working a full house and she was like nineteen years old she is so dedicated to food out and it's offering him a path to the middle class he told us he's going to be able to build a build a house for his for his family for his kids back in China because he's making such good money meanwhile in the states people like Shimei who once had a blue collar middle class life modest but but secure they they have no security anymore and it's it's just very different landscape I want to get back to the culture clash between the Chinese and the Americans at the Chinese on factory in Dayton the American workers there thought they were working just like too hard for too little pay and the Chinese supervisors and the chairman that is the CEO of the company thought American workers that they're they're just lazy they don't appreciate what we're giving them and they want to much praise they need to be praised all the time where is the American workers felt like they were not being respected you know you're really putting your finger on something that I wish the management had recognized way earlier in that plant and I will I hope all foreign companies coming here begin to recognize that in our work culture workers expect to be respected expect to be not told do you just do this American worker will respond well why and maybe I have a better idea we'll look them look the supervisor right in the eye and question them this is not really happen in China very much it's just a different work culture where people do what the boss says boss says you have to work six days a week or seven days a week you just do it but in the United States we are we are expected we've what fought to have an eight hour day and the have weekends off that's pretty much unheard of in industrial work in China people expect to work twelve hour days six days a week the Chinese workers we spoke with we spoke with a lot of them they're not happy about it they don't like being away from their kids for most of the year or only seeing them on Sunday partly it's because that's what the culture has brought them to you know they've they've lifted millions and millions of people out of poverty in one and a half more last generations right but that has resulted in this really intense work life and people are proud you know Chinese workers are proud of their country they're proud of their company they're really proud how China is flourishing in the world I would say the American workers we now I can't say that they're proud of their company or they feel like really behind America like Americans really helping them rice in the world I think we're on a trajectory of less hope less possibilities we here in the US as far as working class people where is in China I think there's tremendous hope a tremendous sense that what our country is really has a huge place in the world to play there's a sequence that I I find so fascinating where the Chinese company bring some of the American supervisors to China to to see how this plan this kind of plan operates in China because the CEO of this company you know has one or more glass factories in in China so they bring them there and you see what it's like in China for the workers there first of all all the workers are in the union it's the communist union and seems like the branch of this union is headed by the CEOs brother in law true true yeah so what is the what I know strike one what is the union do for the workers there what is what is the meaning of the union well it's more like a social club either the union there because the the the Chinese Communist Party is so integrated and aligned with the management of food yeah now the traditional concept of the union that we would have here as an advocate for the workers in opposition to the company or to take on the company that that really doesn't exist the union that we saw and at Foochow in China is more like an HR department that helps build camaraderie esprit de corps you know that the kind of team building stuff and it's it's yeah it just felt different something else that really struck me and the Chinese segment of the film is that the supervisors talk to the workers in an almost military kind of way like to learn the workers would like line up information and the supervisor would kind of give them commands and then they'd have to like chance things at the end and they're chanting slogans like long as long as it's in praise of the company slogans they probably know really really well and don't really need to chance yeah it's this is just about their cultural difference it's funny because when one of the American supervisors when he got home he tried to get the Americans to line up in that kind of military formation and it just did not go that well you know it's like the people who signed up to work in this hot intense glass factory and the United States they're making twelve eighty four an hour and they're not getting paid enough to line up and be regimented like that there's a slogan that is said which I think so in kind of in capsules capitalism which is to stand still is to fall back wasn't that it's Steve yeah that's one of things a chance the morning on a day to stand still is to fall back and that's that's true of capitalism it is weird that the this communist country seems like the best capitalists in the world right now you know that they're sold they've been so driven my guess Sir Julia Reichardt and Stephen bogan are they produced and directed the documentary American factory which is nominated for an Oscar for best feature length

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"reichardt" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"reichardt" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The Cairo radio at. Reichardt is not running for governor the longtime king county sheriff represented the east side in Congress for years and he was being courted as a candidate for the twenty twenty governor's race today though he is telling the Seattle times that he is ruling himself out he says he has enjoyed his role at a private government affairs company and after nearly fifty years of public service writer says he's thrilled to have more time with his family houses are flattened as far as the eye can see in the Bahamas today after getting pummeled by hurricane Dorian for thirty six hours CBS is Nora o'donnell says people are still trapped in the catastrophic flooding the red cross reports thousands of homes are believed damage for destroyed now comes the desperate search for survivors so far the official death toll stands at five but as for his expect that number to rise Ingrid Macintosh lost her grandson my friend said that I don't love me much of the island's now resemble a wasteland homes toward inside out cars destroyed trees stripped and toppled residential streets now rushing rivers millions of people face evacuation orders from Florida to South Carolina as the now a category two hurricane is slowly tracking off shore and nearly parallel to Florida's Atlantic seaboard strong reaction today from both sides of the gun debate after Walmart announced that it is going to stop selling handgun ammunition and other ammo link to recent mass shooting tweet the NRA said it shameful to see Walmart succumb to the pressure of the anti gun elites in response Fred Gutenberg who lost his daughter at the parkland high school shooting in Florida said I'm not an anti gun a lead I'm an example of an American family destroyed by gun violence U. N. R. A. our group of anti safety thugs who rely on gun violence to sell more guns CBS's bill Rakoff says wal Mart's decision today comes a month after a mass shooting that killed more than twenty. all in one of his stores in el Paso Texas a kid said county sheriff's dog is at the veterinary is veterinarian's office today waiting blood test results after he chased a domestic violence suspect into a lake that may have toxic algae canine Heiko and his family tracked the thirty seven year old Riverton man toward the kids at lake boat ramp.

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"reichardt" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"reichardt" Discussed on KOMO

"Cast I'm Jeff PO July and so is Dave Reichardt's going to run for governor joining us now for some analysis he is Republican strategist Randy pebble and democratic strategist Kathy Allen and we'll start with you Randy since a year in the a Republican circles what do you make of this speculation that the former sheriff and former congressman might take on Jay Inslee well I see this is a natural extension of the announcement that initially would seek a third term and so that means the Republicans who are interested in leading our state know that they have her opponent then a than if they faced an open C. rations so I think it's only natural that someone like former congressman Reichardt so would consider the race he's got a distinguished record of public service and would be a fine governor and now he knows that if he gets sanity would be facing a a wounded second term governor who's trying for a relatively rare third term with a very thin resume and Jesse do you think Dave Reichert could put up a a significant challenge against Jay Inslee ideal I think he'd be a very formidable candidate at all Democrats should be working with the Republicans to urge him to Roch mostly because among other things you know the guy is he's not exactly a spring chicken anymore public safety is not the top of the parade when it comes to what people want to see more interest in and because the guy in his own district truly decided not to run based upon the fact that he'd probably have to work very hard everyone who knows day break at the night the pushing and the ability to be able to at least watching campaign and campaign alongside him I gotta say that he is a great candidate but he just wears listing about hating it and so I tend to think that it's gone up to be a lobbyist over to very respectable Washington state lobbying company golden Honeywell and I gotta say that he's got great clients over there I can't imagine that isn't just wishful thinking on the part of the the Republican Party in trying to get him in there well I think I would like to get a bunch of Democrats urgent to run to well and then taking a look at his record obviously he was the sheriff of king county and I I know any time I've talked to me likes to bring up the fact that he led the charge and was able to catch the Green River killer he likes to point to that quite a bit spent several terms in Congress over in the eighth district which is shifted a bit more to the left in recent years Randy all what can he point to if he does decide to run as his excesses in public life well I say I think it starts with his third term as sheriff and capturing the Green River killer I mean that is a significant accomplishment and frankly there's absolutely nothing that Jay Inslee can bring to the table that would compare in terms of actual accomplishment he also served as as a moderate in Congress with some with some environmental successes on on wilderness bills so I I think what they breaker would bring to the table as a candidate as someone who has served in public life for for several decades without the hint of scandal and with a little bit of success and that's just not something that James Lee can counter and so would be would be a very interesting race in the eighth district that the writer was elected to represent over and over is a little bit like a microcosm of what a Republican needs to win in Washington state it's a suburban district it is a swing district and those are the people that Republicans have to get voting for them but they're going to win statewide and Cassie vote or Jay Ensley heading for asking for a third term that's a it it's not unprecedented but it's been what half a century or more since the Washington state is seen a third term governor is that going to work against him regardless of who the Republican challenger might be I still think that this race is going to be a whole lot about the president as well and the one thing about day brighter than she got asal out a long list of those issues that I think most of the independence and the Democrats here in Washington state a poor kicking off of all the folks in regards to healthcare benefits a lot of the things you talk about environment while we kind of went south of the environment in this that the last three to four years that he was in office and I also say that he's not in many of these cases he looks good when he speaks well he comes from a police background but I can't save today genuinely more represents those issues that people are dealing with Warrick the environment also the ability for him to actually appeared to be someone that this next generation the actually the people of the thirty five look at people are not looking for a has been that's the one thing that the last three years of solo Tana and just because she still is an office he may have some of that certainly again someone who's laughed and then is coming back we have not seen people who leave are actually come back and win so I'm kind of thinking that maybe it's not necessarily he's not hot as they used to be he's got only one more probably the next light years before people even know what the Green River killer while now is the time I just don't think that he wants the job all right we have to take a quick commercial break but when we come back or with Randy and Cathy.

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"reichardt" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"reichardt" Discussed on KOMO

"The top stories from the come on twenty four seven news center former sheriff and congressman Dave Reichert has long been mentioned as a possible candidate for governor now the head of the state Republican Party does come was Charlie harder Reichardt is considering a run against Jay Inslee the election is fourteen months away and state party chairman Caleb Heilig says the race on the Republican side is starting to heat up so I have heard that the former congressman Dave Reichert is looking at it there's a couple others that are looking at it as well I think you there's no question that governor Ensley is vulnerable Reichardt is portrayed as a candidate who can appeal to moderates and conservatives on both sides of the state state senator Phil fortune auto in eastern Washington police chief have already filed to run as Republicans Charlie harder come o'neills in anticipation of hurricane Dorian hitting Florida the main blood center there is asking for your help it's a tough time for blood centers everywhere in the summer people are on vacation or may not remember to donate but with hurricane Dorian threatening the main blood agency in Florida put out a national call to help bolster their supplies the defense and with blood works northwest says may answered and said what they could spare now they need you to donate here the donors potential donors people who have maybe never donated to think about donating blood in the spirit of of helping those folks in Florida she says they sent Florida forty units of blood which isn't a lot compared to the three hundred thousand units they use a year but friends and says donations from other agencies around the US should help Romero comma news United Airlines is again delaying the earliest possible return of its grounded Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jets the airline has removed the Max from its schedule until December nineteenth six weeks longer than previously planned United fourteen Max jet to been grounded since March after the second of two crashes that killed three hundred forty six people Boeing is working to fix flight control software implicated in both crashes the company expects to formally submit its changes to the Federal Aviation Administration in September coming up on Kamel Ryan Harris.

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"reichardt" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"reichardt" Discussed on KCRW

"Company also fluent Chinese workers to work alongside the Americans on the factory floor they were in stock they're in there all the time round the clock twenty four hours a day they're in there on Sundays there's been some days were they don't want to break or lunch because they need X. amount of glass out well that culture clash of the subject of a new Netflix documentary called American factory it's the first project from higher ground that's Barack and Michelle Obama's production company Stephen Bodnar Angelia Reichardt directed the movie and they join me now high K. metal in Hey hi well what I did for you I wanna open a factory in the United States well it's actually fairly simple interstate seventy five if you think about it it goes from Detroit all the way down south and they were making glass for all the big three and all the automakers Honda and so forth in China and shipping it to the west coast and then taking it on a train to the Midwest where we live so instead they founded for ya glass America right off of interstate seventy five so Detroit is a few hours north all the Honda Toyota B. M. W. etcetera are all right along interstate seventy five also labor costs in China have gradually been going up and as you probably know labor costs and America have been going down for like thirty years so at some point made economic sense for the chairman German child the founder and CEO of the company to set up shop here in the Midwest yeah they could actually produce it more cheaply here than they could in China but mainly because of the transportation costs or also as you say because of the labor costs it's definitely both up and the supply chain you know all the suppliers are nearby but you know I think what you're pointing to is America is becoming a low wage country particularly working class people people who work in distribution centers factories call centers many don't even have benefits or and have very low wages ten eleven twelve dollars an hour although I'm just gonna play a little clip of tape from your movie from shiny comparing her salary to when she worked at GM at General.

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"reichardt" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"reichardt" Discussed on Filmspotting

"But if you were applying kind of a bizarre multiplex test here, you're walking into a theater, and they're playing every movie that's gonna come out in twenty nineteen in over the course of that day or two days, or whatever you can only go in five doors, you can only see five movies in twenty nineteen. What are they got him? Get way my number five knives out Ryan Johnson. Okay. Jordan peels office at four the Nightingale. From Jennifer Kent is my number three than benzoate islands, Wendy and to go with my answer for my number one potential film of the year. I call from Kelly Reichardt, those really, yeah. That's the first one. Yeah. Okay. That's why it was my most likely to be at my number one. So I'm gonna go with some more conventional choices here. But if I really could only watch five movies from two thousand nineteen I think it would start at number five with Toy Story four. I would then go to Jordan peels us knives out. Ryan Johnson would be my number three and. Mentioned him the Irishman at number two and turn Tinos once upon a time in Hollywood at number one. Yeah. Yes. So sure those two films at the top. I'm gonna say my guests for you for the number one of the year is going to be the Irish media. It's time for you. You've been wild out there running willy nilly with the number one pixel last few years, it's time to come back onto the ranch. Okay. And be safe. Yeah. That's probably a good guess not mentioned anywhere in their show yet Star Wars Episode nine Jacob Ford's very much looking back the rains there. I am too. And I just wanna throw out how much I am kind of surprisingly. I don't know how you feel. Genuinely interested in seeing it chapter two. I was I was just okay on really something about the second chapter this twenty-seven years later now as adults still dealing with this that cast with chest pain and hater and others. I I really wanna see chapter to let me know how it is. Those are again are tough I've movie questions and our most in -ticipant movies of twenty nineteen. We would love to hear your picks or any other feedback about the show..

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"reichardt" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"reichardt" Discussed on Filmspotting

"But when I looked back further traditionally my number one films come out of nowhere. I had X McKenna that was Alex Garland's directory all debut at that point. We've already talked about beasts of the southern wild. Winter's bone, the experimental experiential documentary levintv avaient, this is where I got to share that tweet you when you we're going to get to some more of them you listeners to predict this on Twitter just four we started to record. And they're they're handle is now where was he suggested would be leviathan to revenge of the goals. I love it. I love and hopefully that's coming out. Now, I want to jump into out that I did the same thing. You didn't look back at my track. And I'm just the opposite. The last eight years if you go back to twenty eleven through fourteen might picks are entirely predictable. I probably would have called them correctly in January and most listeners would have as well the tree of life. Terrence Malick the master in twenty PT Anderson inside Lewin Davis, the Coen brothers and twenty eight and boyhood richer link later in two thousand fourteen but then I went off script you've got a little breezy. The last year old age the big short cautioned the wind tower that what I love ladybird nice. And even if Bill street could talk with its pedigree and berry Jenkins, I did not have that anywhere in my top ten or fifteen most intimate of movies of the year. So I recently have been going films that I don't think I would have called at all which makes me then think that if I'm going to try to predict this correctly. I have to go crazy and think about the last possible movie, and you can't do that would be my number one. You'll never know kind of impossible if I was just gonna go from my gut, then I mean, The Lion King is clearly going to be my number one t you that will not be no, I think that's a safe bet. So what what? Am I gonna I mean like I'm saying you you've got to go back to that predictable for something like this. You got to throw your chances in with the stuff, you think has show right? You can't just pull out of a hat some random title like. So I could see a top five my twenty nineteen top five being comprised of us from Jordan Peele. The nightingale. Jennifer Kent's follow up to the Bobby. I cal- from Kelly Reichardt Wendy from benzoate island or Ryan Johnson's knives out. You gotta remember brick was my number four film of two thousand six of that group. I'm going to give the edge and at this point Reicher. I'm completely cursing it putting jinx on to I go. Yeah. Yeah. That's the way to come out in two thousand nineteen now I'd rather have that than it comes out. And I don't like it somehow. I just messed it up anyway, Twitter listener, Jordan, well, and he's at Jordan, well and said any movie called I would be on my radar. But the fact that it's directed by Kelly Reichardt automatically makes it my most anticipated. This is another period piece from Reichert involves a cook. For for trappers in eighteen twenties, Oregon and her last foray in the historical Pacific northwest, Meek's, cutoff that was my number three film of twenty thirteen. It was also my number five film of the film spawning era. We did that list which covered two thousand five to twenty fourteen. Here's another encouraging aspect the screenwriter along with. Reichert is Jonathan Raymond who wrote Meek's cutoff. Now for I Kyle. He's adapting his own novel. We'll see I hope I didn't screw things up. But if I'm gonna make a prediction, which is obviously predictable because you guessed it. I'm going with I go. Well, I think that's fantastic take I love Reichert as well. I'm a little bit embarrassed though. Maybe we need to compare notes better somehow. In all the list. I look at Andy did a great job are putting together some different questions and some title options to choose from. I didn't see that Madore had a new film coming out. And I did not see this one from record. So I didn't get to consider it..

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"reichardt" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"reichardt" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Yeah it's like a kid's snl and i remember watching that at a young age and asking my mom i was like i want to do that i wanna be on tv and she kinda like put it aside because i think she kind of had her own judgments about hollywood and stuff and she was close to my grandfather before he pass very close but when she was younger it was like the fame and all that kind of ruin her family life so she was very hesitant about it and then you know i was at the ripe age of six i guess when i asked him and by the time i was nine i was like i really wanna do this and then we went to yeah addition for an agent in la and then he just kinda started from well you have i mean miguel is in a class by himself but you've also been directed by a lot of interesting women i mean from drew barrymore in whip it film i love yeah we to love that movie valerie farris who works with your husband jonathan dayton you're in ruby sparks your in the to do list maggie carey's phil one another of my favorite directors kelly reichardt and night moves clear do vowel hope most people know is primarily as an actress in the intervention and amber tablet yeah and in her film painted black that's more than i mean statistically that's unusual and there's other ones charene debut rica yeah i've worked with a lot of female directors not all great but still it was never necessarily a conscious thing i think it was i've done obviously a lot of independent films and the way those work is like people would know my work and i meet with them it's not through a regular studio addition where they're like this is the girl you're gonna hire it was like a very personal connection with the directors.

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"reichardt" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"reichardt" Discussed on Filmspotting

"He's most suffering from even though he does live with this wellmeaning to a degree dad right but man when he gets a chance to perform essentially an extended monologue and isn't doing the easy thing by you know hugging pete or accentuating their connection he's not using that shortcut to express what he's feeling right to have the emotion shared between them because that's not what haig is interesting as we've established it's just the way he lets this stuff fall out of him right because it's the first time the horse has an asked but as far as charlie's experienced it's the first time he's been asked in a way that the other person they're really wants to hear the answer and it's a it's a heedless simple sent he listens and i described as experimental because some of the their wide shots of the landscape that they're walking through suddenly becomes it almost doesn't make immediate sense what you're looking at but it's beautiful and we're hearing charlie and yeah it's just a lovely sequence that's a little quiet oasis in the movie yeah it's an otherwise very naturalistic film yeah it did remind me a lot and maybe this is the lack of imagination on my part but i think about kelly reichardt quite a bit because of the pacific northwest yeah some of the landscapes but in terms of its approach some of the characters we meet i definitely thought about reicher in some of her characters not only from certain women but wendy and lucy especially this is a movie another thing i really appreciate about this film is this is a character who and it gets certainly more desperate as the film goes on but who is truly living hand to mouth there are lots of movies that introduce characters as being let's say poor or being disadvantaged and they're scrounging for food a little bit but then as the plot really gets going it will sort of abandon that and we don't have to think about the constant discomfort the character must be feeling we don't have to feel as uncomfortable as they are but this is a movie that never lets us forget that.

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"reichardt" Discussed on Read to Lead PodcastRead to Lead Podcast

Read to Lead PodcastRead to Lead Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"reichardt" Discussed on Read to Lead PodcastRead to Lead Podcast

"Feel much more wellsupported along this crazy journey that many of us are on another inciteful section of the book where you sort of dig into and give examples for oftentimes a partners attempt to show support to their entrepreneur in in the things that they say can actually be interpreted or heard as as criticism can you can you dig into that a little bit that was really interesting i was surprised to hear one investor that i interviewed bill reichardt of grudge nology ventures he told me how he sees us all the time and especially around difficult negotiations like when founders are trying to figure out titles and equity and when that happens more often than not the spouses actually get involved behind the scenes and they are telling their entrepreneurs that they need to ask for more they need to demand more that they deserve more and it's a tricky situation because it sounds like you are find your spouse that you're wanting them to get what they deserve but it can also sound like you're saying hey you're not standing up for yourself you're not doing a good job of negotiating on your behalf and you need me to step in and push you in pressure you to do it better and and so i think it's just a really tricky balance but one of the essential things i think is for spouses to recognize how important is that they are regularly affirming one another in that they're affirming their unconditional love and respect for one another think entrepreneurs so often have to deal with rejection they often have to deal with.

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"reichardt" Discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"reichardt" Discussed on Brains On!

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"reichardt" Discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"reichardt" Discussed on Brains On!

"Crystals how we certainly all benefit

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"reichardt" Discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"reichardt" Discussed on Brains On!

"Than raider carl reichardt and terror widdifield brains on is afforded in part by a grant from the national science foundation unify more episodes of brains on at brains on dot org or wherever you get your podcasts were also on instagram on twitter where brains underscore on and ron facebook two if you have any class skin you liked here answer it on brains odd email at us any time the email address is low at for on dot org before we go as time for no moment of on oh no no m a m my name is patrick hamilton and the director of global change initiatives at the science museum minnesota why do people that sell on the road when it snows widest melt the snow and ice that's a good question about how salt actually melt snow and ice so if we were able to look at nice get a really close microscopic scale we would see that it isn't as solid as it appears that even when it's below freezing oftentimes is a service of liquid water on top of that nice this saw water ends an ice are very dynamic some of the molecules of water are becoming crystalline ice and some of that christon ice is becoming reforming as water and when we put salt on a thin layer of water flow if dissolves and the ions of sodium chloride in that liquid water interfere with the ability of the liquid water molecules to link up with the ice informant petition on ice.

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How Does Salt Melt Snow and Ice?

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How Does Salt Melt Snow and Ice?

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What is Our Circadian Rhythm?

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What is Our Circadian Rhythm?

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