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"rian johnson" Discussed on Keep It!
"The movie. We get we heard. Louis what is your keep this week. I apologize that I have to bring this up but it was so baffling as is often. The case with trump quotes. Keep it to trump's call it comments about the Academy Awards in which he brought up the the wonderful movie parasite winning. Best Picture and tried to articulate something along the lines of. Can you believe this one? It's a foreign movie. Like he tried to coalesce into a point and came up with nothing first of all. Let's just say trump says a lot of bullshit all the time. It seems like we don't have enough time for any of it and we shouldn't spend their time on in certain ways that said I forget. Sometimes that Heathrow's these rallies for himself and it makes me realize the point of his presidency is not only to get people to applaud him all the time but to kind of think. He's funny all the time. That's like a major part of the Jones he has. That's a part of the power he is obsessed with and this like Erstad See. Standup USED TO PUNCH LINES. Free of a endings of jokes. You know it's. It's lots of ellipses in between groups of words and delivers. Oh thanks thanks. Yeah I learned that word from limiting nicot books as a kid. You are just the most brilliant person so he complains about parasite winning best picture and then he says and this is as close to a transcript as we can get sorry if it doesn't make sense let's get gone with the wind can get gone. The wind back. Please sunset boulevard so many great movies. The winner is from South Korea. I thought it was best foreign film right best foreign movie. No did this ever happen before. He speaks in crossword puzzle. Ransom note I get gone with the Wind Bat. It's dot gone anywhere. It's very famous. But here's my question. He said that to that crowd hoping for I guess like a wild response. Do you think one people watch gone with the wind anymore? No I don't think people watch it. I think that we've sort of bygone era. Maybe like our parents or like Anson something would be like. Oh they loved gone with the wind as a kid and maybe they have really watched it. But I don't think anyone's like sitting down and being like I need to watch this movie. Where Rhett Butler is basically raping? Scarlett O'Hara into submission or Yes carlot's slapping prisoner whatever. But it's such a weird movie to bring up in a band people together because it's a movie about a Brat from the South who basically is seeking virtue and doesn't get it gone with the wind is largely just as bastion for the south will rise again you know it's the easiest movie beside birth of a nation to bring up to rally racist together because people protests that gone with the wind since its inception and I think that movie is just sort of an easy dog was Here's a movie about white people in the south that people don't like because it's racist and if we bring up gone with the wind who it's dangerous correct which is just very interesting because the movie while it has problems we've discussed before in this podcast. It's about a brat from the south. Yeah I mean it's just a it's interesting. What he thinks people think it is and I have no guests to what he actually thinks. It's in that movie. Secondly he brings up sunset boulevard first of all great choice. John Love it love kitchen. I Love Sunset Boulevard But in the case of this talking about this picture not to be the Oscars Brat. This did not win. Best Picture is certainly loss to all about eve. It is in fact barely an Oscar. Winning movie screenplay Oscar but like best actress didn't go to Gloria Swanson. It went to Judy Holliday. And born yesterday that year one of the great comet performances so it's just stream of conscious coming up with movies. That seem old. Isn't that the train of thought here? We have to alumni from gone with the wind and sunset. Boulevard is still with US. We have to have lent. It was one hundred and three years old recently was doing Ryan Murphy which I found very still with us. We also have Nancy Olson. Who was nominated for a best supporting actress? Oscar in Nineteen Fifty for Sunset Boulevard. She plays the kind of budding screenwriter. She's in her ninety she's still doing. Qna's for Sunset Boulevard. Ken these two women come together and issue a joint statement against this fucking bullshit. I mean it would make my life personally and I'm not saying it would get him to shut up but it would give a lot of necessary life into this senseless situation. My favorite thing about the audience response to is the Gone With. The wind does work as a dog whistle. Because they're like. Yeah what happened to gone with the wind like we want that oddly enough? I don't think any of them would celebrate about like Green Book Right. He does supposed to be a movie. That placates white people as soon as Sunset Boulevard. The cheering sort of like. Why are you bringing up faggots boulevard? We're not talking about that. Gloria Swanson would have been a fan of you sweetie. Yeah not a chance batch. Well he also in the speech sort of makes fun of Brad Pitt. Because Brad Pitt said some mean things about him and his Oscar speech. It's like I constantly forget that. Trump prior to running for president was obsessed with celebrities and constantly tweeted about them. You remember his obsession with Kristen. Stewart constantly talking about how she was cheating on Rob Patterson and like he could do better than her pathetic. Gossipy comments about celebrity and like celebrity apprentice was all about him hanging out with celebrities and have ragging celebrity. Yes and having like that Monster Mike Bloomberg on a show There was a recent clip of him Bloomberg John Junior. Ivanka new Mount Rushmore. All of them Omarosa like all of them in one scene on the celebrity apprentice while people were like selling water on the street or something. It's truly insane thinking about that show and existence and the fact that I watched it every week. Did he think he can get people to really rile? Some hate towards Brad Pitt. By the way. He's a pretty benign celebrity altogether and I feel like the thing is that stuff is never coming from him. Being actually mad at Brad Pitt. It's him feeling like he used to be a celebrity. You know and I think he's still like sad that he's not one and that now they all hate him you know. I think he thought that you know he would always sort of existed as what we're like. Celebrities would want to suck up to him. WanNa be around him and that did happen for years but now that he decided to run for president and prove that he's really a racist demon. No one wants anything to do with him and it's like he only has these fucking rallies where these people come to praise him. That is truly the thing that I am waiting for to go away. When he's out of office it's just like the normalization of him having these support rallies every every goddamn day no. We're seeing something from one of these rallies five-year-old's birthday party. They will go away when he is not president because who needs to do that right now. It's it's never in the White House. It's an extreme waste of time and money speaking of wastes of money. My keep it. This week is to Mike Bloomberg. You don't say Who's WHO's still running for president. I noticed even though He was murdered by Elizabeth Warren. That's true yeah I guess. His ghost wants revenge. Mike on the debate. Stage this off but threw a javelin like. What's IT GONNA take the Scooby Doo kids to unmask him? His Sons if himself. And it's a whole other prisoners underneath and so Just Michael Bloomberg's list. Warren does give you that Velma Energy. Yes but this week. Bloomberg sent out one of these satis tweet threads ever seen from a Democratic candidate. This cycle at I haven't polluting. I am including Buju as is Insane tweet thread last week about turning on lights in gymnasiums and turning on lights in cities and sure okay. Oh yes I called that. If you give a moderate a cookie I was like okay. S. Scott Fitzgerald re route the Booker Daisy but Bloomberg started. Tweeting about the quote vandalism. That's been happening at Bloomberg campaign offices across the nation. First of all if you are vandalizing. Bloomberg offices across the nation hell celebrate. That has the money to fix it. So go ahead and do it but also so much of the vandalism looks like fake vandalism that was done by Bloomberg staff particularly one of the offices in Flint Michigan with has a sign a cardboard side with. Eat The rich painted on it right. The cardboard side is put on the window of the campaign office. No one spray painted. Eat the rich on the actual office. They spray painted the rich on aside and put the sign on the window they vandalised. They left like a birthday card. That says the rich. That's a scavenger hunt. He tweeted this out eat. The rich are office in Flint. Michigan America deserves better bitch. Flint deserves better. Are you complaining about someone? Putting a sign on your office in Flint Flint does not have clean fucking water. He is spending more money probably in flint alone than it costs for him to fix the pipes in flint. Maybe if he were a person with a brain with a heart with some courage. Let's just do the whole was shot. Yeah he would realize that like maybe the way to become president and get people to actually like you and then vandalize. Your offices would be to do good things. I mean people would probably vote for him in Flint if he fixed the water there instead of having campaign. Staffers wander around and do what say America will be better if you vote for him. I really just can't get over the money spent. I mean just easily five hundred million dollars already just so staggering and so so depressing right. I mean and he spent three million to elect Governor Rick Snyder. You know so. It's like he has spent so much money on bullshit things and evil things. There's that recent clip of him like at Jenner talking about how Elizabeth Warren is scary. And about how like? He was walking back his Obama Support to and just like no one likes you have one cool thing nomex our offices. No one likes campaign shirt. Here's this Bloomberg. Twenty twenty choice on is upset. Rachel Bloom fashioning a weapon. He looked like he was on that stage because he had won a radio contest or something not even at the beginning of a good point. I just had never seen anything like that. I mean like I don't like tune into the debates as if there's some sort of pay per view event where I'm like waving my arms in the air like I'm watching a bullfight or something but how could you not win. That loser was so out of touch and she was so ready at every. Turn Imagine wanting to challenge Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders and being him. It's so crazy. How he thinks he can compete and how he thinks he can talk over them and it really just drove home the point that he is really tried to buy the election because he brought no energy to the stage he liked he he might as well not even been there. And then cancelling its townhall before this week's debate it's like he's not willing to even participate at all. So what's the point? He's not even contesting in states. That are having primaries and caucuses. So what is the fucking point cancelled culture if we could focus all of it right now just him. Let's let everyone else go carbs in the pen at the moment. Let's just like senator it right there. The cancel culture bees swarming. Yeah that one and by the cancel culture bees do mean beehive members on Beehive. If you're listening attack Bloomberg I hear he said formation is the worst song he's ever. He thinks the album four is overrated. Ooh How about that now? I WANNA go Bloomberg Office. You have to get the message. I'm just GONNA go spray. Paint a be on the Well that's our show this week Thank you again to Ryan Johnson for being here And thank you to Nydia Rahman for nearly as well vote for her. And keep your knives out. Take your knives to the polling place for nausea. Are you GONNA do that? You would be arrested. Are you gonNA retire knives out now? Yeah it's time. I think that's first time I've well. Until the sequel baby.
"rian johnson" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"This is what I saw today. We're lucky star. Wars are very forgiving and understandings. If you miss something I'm sure not make a big deal about it. Okay let's the knives out because We have interview with Ron Johnson. It's out in theaters this weekend. we I saw it in Toronto. And I've been one of many people kind of both raving about it and try not have to say anything about it and we're not going to spoil it because I think if you know anything about it you know that it's a really twisty mystery that doesn't deserve to be spoiled but I don't know what else do we want to say to get people to go see and is out. You're you're mentioning that you thought it might be a good like please. Everyone kind of film to take the whole family to and I think that's true. It's it's it's I think the way it's cast in that regard is so clever because there's like someone for every demographic like Heo young and you like their reasons why Katherine Link I hear ear. Hey you like marvel movies Chris Evans here. Hey Jamie Lee Curtis Don Johnson and you know I. I don't think that's how he cast it but I'm just saying like I think there are a lot of people who works overnights out because they're like. Oh it's the it's the trailer were Chris. Evans swears that's fine. We'll see Catherine Langford or Jamie. Lee Curtis presented together at the American music awards last night. So like the the cross generational demos strong perfect perfect. Yeah so I like the cast is incredible Daniel Craig doing like going to eleven. It's just I really fun. Find time at the movies so I really encourage people see it. What do you think Richard? Well I think that you know. This isn't a spoiler. I don't think but like there is one scene that in in a very kind of Ryan Johnson archway crystallizes a debate a political debate happening right now in terms of like. So if you're having Thanksgiving and you're sick of if one side yelling at the other side about whatever You will get the Catharsis of seeing some version of that unscreened but yeah. I think that it's it's you know again talking about like quote unquote counter programming This is a movie that is not based on anything. It's new It has actors you know. Oh doing things you haven't seen him do before probably Certainly in the case of Daniel Craig And there's a appeal there and I I don't know I think that like I used to do these things I'm not. I don't think I've did for other places. I wrote In years past where I would do like Thanksgiving or holidays recommendations based on like year sort of situation relation like. I think that this would be a good like all the adult cousins go see you know. Yeah Yeah do you like the hip or whatever. I think it's that kind of thing. Where like maybe the little ones go to frozen to and you go to this and I think it really satisfies a certain kind of Mary darkness? that people find themselves in this time of year And and yeah. I think it's a lot of fun. I've seen it twice now. So it has not dimmed in my estimation this because they did like a little preview in this past weekend released it early in markets And so I saw it in the Alamo draft us in Denver over the weekend actually with a bunch of podcast listeners. And that was really fun but I liked it even better the second time because the first time I think I got you know because I have read. You'll hear me talk to Ryan about this like nerd out about Agatha Christie with Red Johnson an end musicals. I apologize for nothing. But because I'm such like an Christie Weirdo I my. My brain was like two engaged in the twists and turns that whodunnit and either feeling ahead or behind or whatever it was the first and the second time throws able to enjoy what everyone was doing. Performance wise is like just like sit back and enjoy all the performances and it was just really Don Johnson the twinkle. I'm just I'm here for the Don Johnson this ons and again for what we had to cut his dad's for him and Antonia Maderas. Yeah yeah the year of his death so if you were looking for I mean and this could apply to any one of any gender identity but like if you're looking for some great winter wear jackets lease stanfield. Where's this beautiful? Beautiful will sort of number that I've obsessed with and I'm sure it costs four thousand dollars but like scarves. Oh God and sweater is sweatshop Cablenet. Yeah it's good. It's good clothing. It's a Nice Massachusetts filmed movie which I know that was the theme of this episode. You think I'm sad because my parents don't Massachusetts anymore so I'm just trying to cling to my daddy. Okay joined the so anything else. You WanNa tell us about your conversation. Tation with a director and writer Johnson. No just an utter delight in what they can. We'll say if you're if you're deciding what to go. See at the box office or at the box office at the movie theater this weekend or right has said that is nice as well. Maybe this will become a franchise is and we will see Daniel Craig's solve more crimes and I'm just saying like that is the best motivator I could possibly. He's also promised as a Chris Evans musical so like ashes out here trying to give us the content we want but we need to show up to the movie theater and give this a good box office push so I really encourage you know you're not gonna get for versus Ferrari too but you make it and I was out to just saying she also know. We talked about a couple of weeks ago. But how Tracy. Ac let's became the first husband Weyer we'd have on the podcast because he'd had carrie coon. And now we've had Ryan and his wife Karina Longworth in one month so we're doing well. Listen IT'S A it's the new how Hollywood dynasty bringing in all of our power couples. All right let's listen to your conversation with Ron Johnson. So we are pleased to welcome to the podcast Ryan Johnson Ryan. Thank you so much for doing it. You are a huge fan of the whodunnit genre. What do you think is the appeal like the enduring appeal of that kind of story? I mean I think there's a there's a couple of things about it I mean First of all it's got a I'm great kind of like you know when you like. Eat a dish of the restaurant and Scott like two opposing flavors. That go well together when you eat a reese's peanut peanut Butter Cup. It's got kind of the in the cerebral puzzle box element of it yesterday. And that's also something that's built around the joy way of characters and of it lends itself to these big fund personalities of these castes of suspects so the combination of those two things I think is really fun. There's also I mean it's interesting to me like You know the golden age of the genre arguably was was back in the twenties and thirties. I guess and in the thirty s when it was really taking root you think about the state of the world back then and how much moral oral uncertainty there was in the world and there was that something. That's very distinct to the whodunit. January is the moral certitude of it. It has his comforting boarding thing where the world is thrown into chaos by this crime and detective comes in and you know the good person detective is is going to set the world right by the end of it figure it out restore more moral order and the bad person go to jail and you. I can see why really really good in the thirties. And I think that's also that feels really really good right now so I think that's also an element of it right. And that's something that distinguishes also from other kinds of detective fiction you know like like Hamid and an end chandler. There's always a moral murkiness. There's no moral murkiness who done. It's always very clear. Agatha Christie has a lot of clarity on stage on Dixon Card Dorothy Sayers the great ones. Yeah yeah they all. There's always a clarity to the right and wrong and there's a cleanness to it which you know is maybe more of a fantasy but as billy Joel said sometimes a fantasy all you need? Do you have a favorite Agatha Christie novel. I mean I think even so it's kind of nontraditional in terms of who'd done it I think. And then there were none is their best book But my kind of two favorites are her The murder of Roger Ackroyd where she. Nf you're also just because of the audacious of the solution which Yeah which is I mean is so audacious that even at the time. Lots of people called foul on it and people said this is cheating and Which is fascinating to me It's also a great poirot book and then I'm a really big Fan of curtain the final book which was published posthumously and which is Perot's last case. Yeah and it also has this you know at the end of her crazy obesity. was you know when the last I think it was the last thing that has published when she wrote it. I think she wrote it like a little bit earlier. But it's equally audacious and crazy in terms of the gambit. The did you know that attempts and The solution is fascinating and the way that ties up paros entire arc in what it kind of makes him due at the end of the book in Sam talking around a lot of things but it's it's gorgeous and also the paperback cover of it was just entirely black with curtain in this great fun. We ripped off for knives out the knives alphonse. That's the curtain. And it's had this oil painting of a guy is supposed to be poor row and it was the creepiest book cover in the world as I love late Christie ones. They're very creepy. And there's a lot of the counter-culture there and you can tell that Yep -solutely there's a darkness that creeps into it was at Halloween store the one that was Halloween party. It's like a girl who's drowned like bobbing for apple's it's really don't like the drugs scenes get in there. And then there's a lot of like spiritualism that sort of gets center later stuff too in that speaks to how much she was always engaged with the culture and she was in and how she was he always using the characters and he's kind of caricatures she was creating to talk about the world that she was in at the time As another thing with knives out is trying to think a lot of times kind of the musty old tropes from old who done it or seen as that when in reality she was writing about very present character. Type the idea of doing that in twenty nineteen with character types will recognize today. That was part of it. Yeah I definitely want to get to that some of the politics that are in this without we want to talk about this me. Without spoiling Elliot for people talking around things but Yes before before I move off D. Magazine who I just love I'm curious when you wanted to something like this. which is playing in the Genre and Oh Majd her work than other people who have done who done? It's how do you balance between Omar and you know not falling into parody or pesticides or anything right. Well I mean I think for me. It's the same way that I Kind of come at any Genera that I'm trying to do that. I love which is Is the first step is kind of figuring out for me. What I essentially we love about it right Not just examples of it that I love that I want to like copier do Karaoke but but really what the essential pleasure of the thing is for me Eh and And then I set that as my goal and I find my own kind the path towards that and and just kind of trust blindly a little bit. That if I'm doing that it's not gonna be the same path that somebody else has taken before you know it's going to be unique and in also I. You know for as as much as I love you know. You said John Genre Engineering. I guess Genre Wonky. I've I've found. I can't sit down to write something something if I don't also have a You know something I on my mind something I care about not like the message or something like that but just something I want to grapple with. It's actually in my heart at that moment that the genre mechanics click together with like two gears coming together and that they complement each other. That's like an essential. Yeah for me and you talked a lot about the challenge of injecting heart into the story. That is not just like witty line. Ratings and obfuscation but how do I put the heart into what what was it to you. Was it the election. Like what was it to you that really drove you this. Well I mean it's it's it's it's it's less fun to talk about. That is to see in them. And there's a reason it's one element in this. Bigger movies are opposed to You know an essay that I wrote about something so in that way. I'm I'll probably talk around this around this a little bit too but it's You know to to to a certain extent it's about You know even even even 'cause I've been also been cooking this thing up for like ten years and so the basic foundation of what's what it's about predates all all the craziness that's happening right now. It wasn't sat down and read it. Obviously I'm trying to write it for twenty nine thousand nine hundred. I'm plugging in all the stuff that we're arguing about today. But for me the essence of it was really about. I mean for lack of a better word. I guess about privilege you know in about how we rewrite our own narratives so easily and all of us I'm guilty as as anyone of this. We once we kind of get in the castle re-write our own narratives to pull the drawbridge up behind us and try and pretend that in the.
"rian johnson" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Back to you. Know the Games people play can lead to murder the tagline for clue the last of Sheila or Jumanji which Jumanji it was the only one just called you know welcome to the jungle. Let's go with clue incorrect incorrect Ryan last Sheila. That is Christ no. He described the thought of last moments ago. About how the Barlow Games I wasn't listening. I ah all right so Ryan's on the board. These are awesome. All right this next one Starts with no not me. Well sorry. You're right okay. That was another test. You get a point okay. Ricky a killer be found before the ship of clues reaches the end of its murderous journey. This this up I read it slowly because it really is crazy. Can the killer be found before the ship of clues reaches the end. It's murderous journey. Okay Ricky is that. Is that the tagline for murder. Ahoy the on the Nile or the murderer a hallway. Correct for your chair no no it. Don't titanic you can sure death on the Nile. Because that was I feel like i Tampa pull that up. I'M GONNA go with death on. That's correct oh that tagline could be used to second pat posters. Were Chicago ones that bigger posters. Yeah older ones were like more the first descriptive. What is tackling through knives out? I forgot where there's a couple of murder and there's which is so it sounds it's like one of generic ones..
"rian johnson" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"No. You're on the line now for an impression. I'll do a There's little story with it. I'll do Michael Shannon impression when we were sitting move sitting around. And you know you're sitting in this room basement and you're doing like parlor games because something's taken an extra ten minutes and you're going around and maybe your plan a game where you talk about some of the the less prominent don't movies you've been in jobs you've had and you're kind of going around and eventually you get to to Michael Shannon and he gets up and he walks to another room room and you go. I guess you're not playing man and somebody else and then a few minutes later from the other room you here. Have you guys seen kangaroo. Jack hear the door slam all right. I can't verify if that's a good impression or not but it is. It is a great story. I don't even know is he. I don't even know if he's in Kangaroo Jack thing I'd ever even research whether that that is a good point it'd be amazing. If he wasn't our key was not. I mean it was was like Anthony Anderson and Chris O'CONNELL right Jerry. Sorry Jerry Gary Sorry Gay Oh okay. So Great Great job on the impression. Now say turn it off. Burt let the Games. ooh sorry. My microphone can't Cope it like usual. People brought really fun and bright creative name tags on figuring out. WHO IS GONNA be here because I kept saying people from knives our? It'd be here so everybody. Just go and pick the name tag. You liked the best and bring it back to you. See Oh no shit we gwan yeah just take time. Don't have to rush it because I want you to pick a good one. That is a good one. Rookie pitcher Goodwin. While you guys figure it out we'll go to brief commercial message. We'll be right back. Barbara Fads check it out. We'll just released a new podcast about the fantastic four called Marvel's based on the graphic graphic novel by Kurt. Busch and Alex. Ross Hope. I'm pronouncing that right Alex. Ross this show is Senator York City at. It doesn't incredible job of immersing you in the real world of the Marvel Universe and the lives of the people who inhabited the story takes place as the city braces for. It's first encounter with galactic.
"rian johnson" Discussed on Unspooled
"Agree that there are certain things about a Paul Thomas Anderson movie that that really hit you in an emotional way that it can't really be more like for me like when I first saw punchdrunk love in the theater like the energy of that movie and the anger in the in the confined space. I always remember that scene where he's like beating up the paper. The paper Towel Dispenser Dispenser in the bathroom. And it's like that anger in that rage and there is something about it that so compelling and I think here you're rightly these performances are so so I mean I can take this movie and I feel like you know this is one of definitely one of my my top famous. I always but it I think it also like modern Love kind of gets put a little bit on the side in the Paul Thomson when you're talking about his films because they think they're ones that are are maybe a little bit more flashier which is like people overinflate. There will be blood and inflate this one and need to me to ascend boogie nights to the highest peak for me. The young none of them can be over employed. I mean what I think of what I think about a movie like. The master though is how unrepresented our generation's greatest actors are on this list. You know we love Jimmy. Stewart on the show he talked about Jimmy restored. Any chance we can get. But there's a lot of Jimmy Stewart on this list. There's a lot of cary grant. There's a lot of these people that are the great. But there's no Philip Seymour Hoffman. There's no walking phoenix. There's no amy Adams we need need these people I feel like on this list. Yeah and this is really just like rip I mean especially ver I mean Philip Seymour. Hoffman has so many great performances but this one there is really yeah next level for me I love this performance. Hundred percent of their Joaquin as well. I feel like the two of them and the way that yeah and any atoms her scenes into with a Philip Seymour Hoffman just through the roof. Laura dern fantastic in this remember. This is one of the first things. When I became friends with Laura Meghan last year? This is one of the first thing that I started talking about the process and making this and she talked about how organic was now. How much more they shot than than they used Just because of that process to get to the point where the movie is whether it is It's also a fillmore and this is true all his films where the where the poetry of the stories inseparable from the poetry of the images. It's Been all works together. It's the whole thing is like a I don't know. Yeah it's it's it's for major things apple cinnamon can do because it's a fusion of the complexity of a novel that you can't separate it from the fact that it's also a gorgeous painting that the text of the painting is part of the complexity of the not land. I'm talking silly but anyway and I'm certainly not I may say that that seems to downplay one thing. I will say it like this. I felt like inherent vice came close close to that kind of mixed. But didn't I L- There's things I really love about inherent vice but I feel like this kind of did an amazing job of of that novel kind of combining in both things really well. I mean I'm still a fan of buffet really does really pulls it all together. Different animal yes interesting. Yeah like when you watch a movie like like the master. Does the director part of your brain kinda stay awake in Hungary in say like oh I really wanna work with that person. I really wanted a really want like like I'm imagining you. Being able to get your hands on. Philip Seymour Hoffman. Getting to work with him. Yeah No I. I know when I'm watching it. I I may sit down. I'm trying to do that. And then after a few minutes. I'm just totally absorbed and it's virtually impossible for me to even like a watch it in in think okay. What's he doing with the camera okay? How's he covering us? Okay where's the knowledge I mean it's it's it's a movie. That's very hard for me to disconnect on that level into analyze found that. There's a couple of movies like that for me under the skin. There's another one of them not to sneak another one in but Films where again it the the process is is beyond what I can't. Yeah what the technical aspect speck of it You know I'm almost not interested in analyzing that part Debate because if nothing I could ever you know ray imitate under the skin is cory. Yeah it's kind of amazing because like you when I watched under under the skin for the first time you're seeing things and you're like wait is this real. is she talking to real people is this. Are these actors whereas it's like and it's like it's like after go home you have. I feel like I have more questions but in the moment. You're just kind of absorbing it that that movie is so kind of. I love those movies. That can kind of take you up from the theater. Like you go in not knowing exactly what to expect and speaking of which you have a brand new movie coming out and I and I have done purposely avoided watching trailer seeing anything because I just come here because I want to enjoy the experience of it. I love the posters posters. That's so far what I can say unequivocally and that's all I wanNA know that's all I really want to know because I think that a lot of the Times. It's better better to let the movie kind of unfold in front of you and you're doing something here with knives out that. What was the inspiration behind that? I mean this. Is You know we come from a great mine of detective stories and who done. It's and things like that. Where is that you always wanted to do? Were inspired by. Yeah yeah it. I don't want to give anything wager you now. If you know it's yeah either. Probably the poster consumer magazine My Love Christie and I grew up in her books and and I've always wanted to do a straight up. Who done it and this is that it it you know it it throws them curb curve balls in there but it's it's it's the inspiration perations to get at the heart of her books and even more than that to get at the heart of the movies? I grew up watching based on her books. which were the Peter Ustinov as poor row? Oh Yeah and the Nihil evil under the Sun. the Finney version of Murder on the Orient Express the ones that I watch with my family and it it felt like this is the most fun you can possibly have at the movies. The Big All star cast in the movie has a sense of humor. That's not a flat out comedy. It's still has tension and it just all the things that I love about trying to get that into this movie so when you're building a movie like this just how just how you approach it. When when do you figure out the WHO done it? D- figure out whodunit element at the beginning and then work towards it or like or you figuring it out as you're right like you know when you're because obviously you have to have twist and attorney. How did you come up with the you know without you know to talk about specific of movie but just the idea of like what? What part of that process did you figure that turn? I mean I mean I kind of like. I don't know because one of the dangers of a who done. This is the reason why hitchcock hated. Who'd done it's famously? They hated them is because they're the anti hitchcock movie there a clue gathering as a big buildup to surprise at the end right. It's like can you guess it. Yes or no maybe can they be cans cares And so I really started thinking about this more just from a pure narrative standpoint point of you know I love who done it but I do kind of agree with hitchcock that that's a pitfall of them. How do I build a story that is going to engage audience with a character they care about and really pull them through on kind of emotional story level ride and still have all the stuff? I love about kind of the puzzle solving The puzzle solving element. I tried to appreciate not a game of clue basically Right yeah that was Kinda how I tried to come out. I don't WanNa Lord this over Paul I've seen out twice. Wow WHOA I I have to say like if it was just a who done it then you watch it once. That's who did it. I enjoyed the movie even more the second time knowing. Who did it like that I enjoyed? Yeah Hey inside your brain and being like oh I see everything you did there Ryan Johnson. You bastardly director makes happy. Yeah that's how it's designed to be. It's it's supposed to be a roller coaster ride now that crossword puzzle basically so but with across puzzle layer than there. So second time you watching you can kind of follow along and shake your shake your tiny fist in the air. I will say that also one of the things that just speaking about crossword puzzles. I do have to say thank thank you because you are watching you on twitter brag about your your speed and a crossword puzzle. Finally after many years made me try to approach approach them and I'm getting I'm in. I'm I'm only up to Wednesday's so I'm like I'm trying but I'm I'm new. I'm a two year two years in and I can. I can get up to a Monday to impress I do. I do it on my phone on the New York Times Fun. Yeah it's yeah that's great. That's totally worth it and you can see it's a it's a ground. There's a grammar to it yes handler in it and you do get better at it. You realize how they're using. They use Brian. We know is all. There's there's a handful of the at once you know about about end from Lord of the rings that you're good. Yeah Yeah Yeah that's great. I'm glad that you're in love. It and I will just say one other thing is we. Were we're adding up to one of the things. I one of the things. I always find really impressive about you. Besides the fact that you're fantastic filmmaker and I love your films but you really get up but you give it up up for other filmmakers. Who are making films alongside of you and I and I feel like you really have a willingness to call out you know what you like in in popular culture or talk about film you know your contemporaries and it's it's it seemingly is a rare thing to see so I think a lot of people look backwards grids and I know that you you also you know applaud people from the past but I think you will put on a pedestal that are your contemporaries and I think that's such a cool Thing to do. Wow that's cool you say well I I. It's a great time to be a phone fan right now. Man There's so many amazing voices who are kind of at the peak of their powers right now making make great stuff and so yeah. I don't know if I call them now and I'm just excited. There's a lot of great great shit out there man together Eh. Let's make our own lists. Yeah well that's that's that's an amy and I talking about. We have to get some stuff on here and kind of even the playing field and An open it up a little bit too. You know it's like you don't need as great as a lot of famous directors are. You don't need to have everyone of their films represented you know have A. It's A. It's the salad bar. Let's get in the Ponderosa Salad Bar. Let's get in there. That's a little bit everything we'll get some peaches and get tuna fish salad. Do the whole the whole mix and I I was. I was more excited about this project before that analogy. Look I am with the two of us also just as an aside just looking at I was just looking at Kelly records filmography and I see. She has a new foam. I'm coming out called first cow which I know nothing about and until I do I will assume it is a movie about the cow becoming president cow by the way I mean I'm in. Let's bring that to Pixar right now. Get that out before the election. Like basically yeah a cow and and her husband and like the cow becomes president and first cow. It's like the Wacky bowl who like the first calendar White House. I would like to imagine it. It's about the you know the spouse spouse of the president that that's why I'm saying. Oh that's true. Yeah I guess so. Farmer becomes president. Or maybe it's about when we finally finally this nation and a farmer becomes president because we are so much about the Midwest we take our obsession with mid Western politics to the ultimate okay. I'll stop what you're you're robbing from the is the is the lion. There's nothing in the constitution that says a cow can't be president. I'm I'm not I'm not making. I'm not making the movie. That's a dealbreaker. Obvious aimed at the cow. STA toossion the Constitution. You lodged thread formula and we made the price you know. What the three Amigos on the town in Manhattan I?.
"rian johnson" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"Hello and thanks for tuning into another episode of the Director's cut brought subscribe to our show. Wherever you go your podcasts new psychological thriller the Lighthouse set in eighteen nineties New England the sanity they become threatened by their own nightmares in addition to the lighthouse at the Digi a theater in Los Angeles Mr Eggers spoke with Director Ryan Johnson about filming demint? Thanks yeah there's nothing gee thanks but so I'm going to I'm going to be very selfish of your first movie the witch which the APP please for that I'm curious with the path west to this I'm sure as someone who made from putting the witcher and having it be very well received slater somebody was contacting agent about like Franchisee now the movie and and are GonNa find the audience that it did I really I really didn't I know that I thought it was bad up the opportunities that had been given to me and I was developed developing my brother and I said Max remember that lighthouse movie we talked about like it doesn't materialize so basically when we were trying to and a few months later he said it wasn't really working out so I asked him if I could take contemporary and had a ghost and it was whatever but when he goes during the lighthouse I pictured this black that could suit that atmosphere and I started to research and and wanting the lighthouse station to be dilapidated that men and was going to be in the One thousand nine hundred whatever it was good to know flatulence was written in from the start that brings me comfort the giant Phallus right and so every every every fluid look the which has to take itself very seriously and be aside from the twins thought you know if I'm going to explore misery again we're going to have to be able to laugh in the face of miserable audience members who hasn't clicked for ironically are big how do I how Iraq to a serious farts that was that was green lit I'm on my slate the most with him it was a twenty four from the start or did they where it was where can you shoot it version for certain foreign markets that won't know okay let's call twenty four I mean this thing this exists yeah so they were all on board that's such a distinct choice also because a lot of times you shoot color even just see you'll go into that level what how much of that was just you wanting to get back to the two Tori or something you know what were the factors in your head it sounds like it came kind of fully formed nothing good to say about the cinematic language of my movies I it's very much a collaboration ah alone than we come together and make our greatest hits he's usually elevating the we did there were some scenes that we kind of did together on this one just because of time in time yeah so so we've been fantasizing about Ortho chromatic film stock would really be the way to go which you know rosy skin tones on occasion face like renders darker so in the Eisenstein I was GonNa say you know and we we looked into it but but and we couldn't have afforded the blacks bottom out suddenly in a way that's very satisfying and just worked with Schneider to develop a custom or chromatic filter for pets lenses from the from the nineteenth century designs were newer and but mainly soften some of the micro contracts and create a interesting glow what speed so obviously we weren't lighting it like an old movie you would there be a movie light lighting the scene but we did is we had like six hundred watt so bright you people were wearing sunglasses when we were doing night interiors one it says the old it takes place in a time when black photography existed ah Maher Mar things and again with this Ortho chromatic filter in Knox are the aspect ratio we were shooting in one nineteen one early sound he passed his shooting vertical objects like the smoke stacks and where we have our lighthouse taller so it's a great aspect ratio for these close ups you don't need created by God to be in this movie if you'll so perfect so speaking of living and which also I want the double question I guess in terms of tip of Nova Scotia so and and in addition to that talk a little bit about the actual lighthouse yeah so so so what the hell in a perfect world I movie I needed to try to find a lighthouse tower that would work or to find the most inhospitable punishing rock in the Atlantic they had to build that thing in the dead of winter three Nor'easters blew over Cape Four Cornell Lens up their ways one time so it was you know on our nations so we could use that as as a cover set whenever the weather was Nice Tower for example like we needed to have wild walls to fit the camera uh-huh a lot of the most extreme weather is Israel out of the boat house and there's like waves crashing that's done in a controlled way so we don't lose robin done with practical effects but no CG and Talk about those two guys talk about I know I know you guys did rehearsal but but but basically because we're really pre planning planning planning planning ahead of time so before Willman rob get there official they already have a sense of it and also because there's so much dialogue in this movie I did want a sense they look Robin Willem they to to what the directors doing in order for the film to have a chance but then it looked as to fill ask rob you performance defoe comes from theater and has boundless energy so he created because he wants to keep things save Save Save Save Save it but and Robert Patterson's character is shrouded in mystery and doesn't want to say so but but the camera sees the truth well it's the biggest comic imagine that feels very doesn't feel boxed in or Dan or a cute I guess folks because of his theater training like defoe would tell you doing the block the the the the camera positions and the camera movement is seeing repeat the question so the question was about folklore in there was about careers as well what what other sources drive from yeah thanks and I really really really really cinema but and that's always like lighthouse keepers and reading lighthouse manuals my my brother and I were helpful as well but but of course we don't speak in in we're and look at like housekeepers journals whatever but the most helpful source was a woman in dialect so so studying her work was was R- really incredibly Yeah I was getting the exact answer the it was dirt will will William it someone asked me like why didn't you shoot that on stage earlier And we were shoveling in his face Neil Neil Davidson the story about the half take well well you blend so what we do like very quickly and then take three was quite incredible and because accommodate that so out of a bad series of coincidences and but to the Nova Scotia if you ever have the opportunity to make a movie in Nova Scotia I've ever make sense about you know really jumping in there that got them there a good some good goal performance in this movie yeah a yeah thanks seagulls there great we really didn't we shot with the stand in a puppet stand in which makes a couple of very very fleeting UK that were classically trained British actors and yeah fantastic sound design in the movie and what's the process how short films that are not terrible and I wanted him to do the it was on us and he's so uncompromising and we'll have that when you're working with what you have and Damian started early and keep it of course you have core cited but 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"rian johnson" Discussed on Creative Processing with Joseph Gordon-Levitt
"Go to pursue the american dream. I mean golden globe nominee kirsten done stars as crystal steps a young mother who gets involved with and ultimately becomes victim of a multibillion dollar pyramid scheme known as founders american merchandise or fam- damn decked out in denim and dayglo. This minimum wage waterpark employee is determined to make a better life for herself and her family crystal climbs ranks until she is face to face with their diabolical diabolical leader o._b. Garbo the second and schemes her way to the top by outsmarting the organizations fanatic followers on becoming a god also stars alexander skarsgard theodore pellerin mel rodriguez beth ditto and ted levine. I'm becoming a god and central florida premiers on sunday august twenty fifth at ten pm with new episodes every sunday only on showtime. Okay another another question about originality when you're watching a movie just as an audience member as a fan as someone who's looking to enjoy a movie. How much does the originality of that movie matter to you and how much you'll enjoy it <hes> ooh. I'm trying to think like pick apart that question because i feel like if i walk out the movie feeling feeling like i didn't dig that because it wasn't original it wasn't it was just copying other movies. What that really means is. The movie didn't have an impact on me. It didn't work work on its own terms so it's not so much that i object to it taking from other movies. It's that it did so in a way that that did not impact me that did not satisfy me right at the end right and i think with that in and would you take that essential winning the chess game move out <hes> the thing that you're left staring at is just stuffy recognized mother film so it's a very easy criticism to make got it but i don't think there's ever been example. I can't point to any movie where <hes> where i loved it or had likened the thrilling experience at the ends and i walked on saint god that was great but it was just a bunch of over and over if you i loved it doesn't then it's brilliant that they took stuff from other in may that we're in right so <hes>. What about the members of that. Have you ever have you ever. We're seeing a movie and been like. I've never seen anything like that before. I'm not even sure if i liked it but yeah. It's really original yeah absolutely yeah yeah yeah and would you say say that adds to your enjoyment or not necessarily it. I mean i don't know again if it's all about the emotional impact for me. It's all about how you feel. When you you know at the end of the movie ended up you know <hes> whether whether it hits you in the gut and if it does then and it's done something thing that i've never seen before. I don't know like those are kind of like sorry to bother. You is a great example still have to see that oh my god yes you do. I'm so behind him. I know sorry to bother is a great example of something where i mean. I can draw parallels l._l._c. like for me. I draw a parallel to brazil until i you know costa rica's movies. You know movies that kinda go whole hog but but sorry to bother you did not feel l. Exactly like any of those other movies me like saying oh my experience of it was similar to these but coming out of it the fact that a it totally worked for me as a movie and completely by just totally satisfied me by the ends and the fact that it was unlike anything i've ever seen before that combination is something really powerful right right and something i really respect when the movie pulls that off yeah <hes> yeah there's there's nothing quite like the impact of that i mean and <hes> i guess under the skin weird way. Also it's a very different type but even though it has sci fi elements. It's got meaning to watch. I don't have the same excuse hang on the rest of the afternoon. Maybe not under the skin in front of the kids. Yeah yeah it it. Even though it's got familiar elements of the way the movie was actually you know played out on the screen was something that i had to adjust to. It was something that i didn't know how to parse while i was watching it the first time <hes> but it had such an emotional impact on me i ended up going back to it over and over and kind of learning how to watch this movie you know right <hes> and that's extraordinarily when the movie can do that yeah. It's something that i think is probably beyond my skill set and that's maybe why i admire it so much because y i love it so much. It's like wow no idea. That's like a magic trick to me. I don't know how that's done and you don't feel driven to try to do that. <hes> i don't no i don't feel like know weirdly. I don't know why even though even though the way i express it sounds like that should be the ultimate creative artistic goal role for me. The most satisfying thing in terms of the actual act of creation doesn't lie there i i also i feel like i would probably get myself into a finger anger trap if i started thinking in terms of how though i think if something that's never been done like. I don't think that's a good road to anywhere. I know it's not for me that just late leads to a spiral of <hes> beating yourself up and not really getting to anything the matters and i don't think that's how those movies were developed. I think that was the starting point. You know pro- yeah probably not. I think that's the thing i think ultimately this is. This is the ultimate thing. I think it <hes>. This is the ultimate the only thing i'm never going to pay off ultimately. I feel like everyone who makes anything makes what they make. Those are really dumb but what i mean by that is i think the reason that you know under the skin is the so it is not because jonathan glazer sat down and said i'm gonna do something no one seen before what he did was he had a book that he took inspiration from me at something he cared the by. Somebody wanted to express an in his voice. He expressed that same thing with boots riley with sorry to bother you. What you're seeing is his natural voice of how the story came amount that he cared about that he wanted to tell and i think that's the only thing any of us can do. I feel like it <hes> in other words. It's not like they reached for a bigger artistic ambition than i'm reaching for and got it. It's that we're both kind of doing the same thing which is creating stuff that in the way that we can create stuff and maybe this sounds like limiting and bad but i do feel like there's there's a way that people make the stuff that they make you know that old thing. After a filmmaker makes a movie they break it apart and make the next movie. Uh those you know what i mean. He's making the same thing in. I really really. There's something encouraging about that because once you don't have to worry about how can i do something. That's never been done before. If you go off what you're saying that everyone is going to make what they're going to make exactly then you can also take comfort in knowing that everyone is is unique because every single person is a unique individual person with their unique life under percent and i feel yeah the kind of the one of the extreme examples the value look at wes anderson's movies who is one of my favorite filmmakers working. Today i think he's a genius and all of his movies just devastate me and i remember when he was making his films films after like two or three films a point where in the press all these stories started getting rid end of only gonna make another wes anderson movie again. You know what i mean like they recognize his style like his voice and talked about as if there was something he had to break out of and because he's a he's a real artist he didn't you know it's a damn pay attention attention to that stuff he kept doing his thing and making as many as movies got richer and more beautiful and i feel like he's at the top of his game now and just making these masterpieces. They're just emotionally devastating works of incredible art and they're still in his voice there anderson yeah. It's not like he's doing but you make is very you know all of us. I think embracing that as part of your power as opposed to something something that is a limiting factor is is something that's really important <hes> to to make good stuff. I think so i i wonder if like so the the person who harassed this question. Alexandra is her name. I wonder if she's you know alexandra calming off-key if she saying like yeah but no one wants to see a movie that's alexandra coleman off-key e they it wasn't that what are you talking about and i'll see ya. I know you got to or maybe they don't you gotta make it and then they'll you know and i mean it's not that's the thing and i feel like the notion of and that's the other thing we have to draw a really clear distinction from with this as i feel like the insidious notion of a brand has taken so much hold of our unconsciousness at this point 'cause what she's talking about right there is my brand isn't established in so why would anyone want to see and my thing and that's not what we're talking. I'm not talking about that that you establish your your thing your brand and so it has you know <hes> and so it has a following on social and so it's now a franchise no oh i i mean in in in. I think you have to first of all you. It's a process of you discovering what your thing is. You put out there and also once you put out there. I'll bet there's people who are gonna love it. You know it was. It's great and it's so yeah. I think you have to make a really clear distinction there. While i'm talking about is not developing a style that is then you're stamp or whatever i think if you're thinking about about it in those terms put all these words into poor alexandra's mouth right now. I'm sure she's not thinking but <hes> she's like a <hes> yeah but <hes> i feel like thinking about it in those terms is equally at trap in we'll because it sounds to me like what you're saying is what you're drawn to you. Both from the creator side as well as from the fan audience member side is is not the particular brand or style or we're gonna or box. It's someone honestly expressing themselves. That's what all wills down to chill out. If you're thinking about <hes> whether you're being original or not you're thinking about the wrong thing. She'll out until the truth. Tells us dismantle something that you care about until it in a way that excites you and if you're doing that it'll be original in a way away and unoriginal ah okay. I think we answered that question. I i. I have an idea to wrap up these episodes <hes> since it's all based on a question from someone out there on the internet to ask one more question. That's weird ready to answer. The weird courses terrified. We it's not that we're now so i i liked it. <hes> okay this comes from stephen ricketts from rochester new york. His question is is serial soup. Why or why not <hes> this is the hardest question we've answered all originality easy cereal soup this kind of like they is a hotdog a sandwich question. Oh that's.
Rian Johnson Explains Why He Deleted 20,000 Tweets After James Gunn Firing
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Had the the epic. At. Bat against. Mookie Betts, ended up with a grand slam that thirteen pitch thing, PawSox at home. Tonight seven oh five Start NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four seven. FM. St., McDonnell The. Yankees did acquire j a happ from Toronto comes picked up Cole hamels lefty from, the Texas Rangers really stink in the join out this, year but, the cubs think he's got something in the tank I guess and a bunch. Of low level prospects sent off to, the cubs for lefty Cole hamels. A Star Wars film maker deletes thousands of tweets after. Director James Gunn got, can't his FOX's, Kristin Goodwin Star Wars the last Jedi director. Ryan Johnson deletes twenty thousand tweets in the wake of director James guns firing from the guardians of. The galaxy, franchise responding to a tweet about his. Purged posts Johnson, claimed there was no. Official directive at all calling it a why not, move adding he doesn't think he's ever tweeted anything that. Bad but trolls scrutinizing it for ammunition is the new normal. Disney recently fired gun from guardians, of the galaxy volume, three after a series of. Past tweets resurfaced referencing insensitive jokes including about pedophilia and rape John Johnson, is also a member of the Disney family. Through Lucas film and developing a film at trilogy in, the Star Wars universe I'm Kristin Goodwin. Fox News six twenty seven a new set of Kennedy centers honorees. Has just been announced this year's class includes share REBA mcentire composer Philip glass and, jazz great Wayne shorter in addition a special awards going, to go, to the musical Hamilton the first time in the centers forty-one career history that. An honor is being given not to an individual but to a work. Of art the Kennedy center's honors will take place on. December the second in, on CBS in, December the twenty six and wireless customary for. 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"rian johnson" Discussed on WNVZ Z104
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"rian johnson" Discussed on WPUL Radio 1590
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"rian johnson" Discussed on WDRC
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"rian johnson" Discussed on WPUL Radio 1590
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"rian johnson" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"rian johnson" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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