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"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

12:09 min | 1 year ago

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"We did with her. She's unbelievable from better call. Saul been working on the interview for a while and it came through last week. So hopefully you saw pop up on On your subscription here and she was great so go to Apple spotify wherever you get your podcast checkout racy. Thirty minutes of her she plays Kim Wexler and better call Saul. They just had the season finale last night it was terrific as expected one more season better call. Saul to go and watch the show. I think you'll appreciate her insights into into acting and what's going on with the small Screen Cup other moves to review as well. We're going way back is this is the one hundred twenty fifth episode of Sinophile. Whoever thought that would happen seventy eight episodes at ESPN and now a cadence thirteen? We had the rest of those so my thanks of course to Dan stanic. Rick Passmore cleric all my French museum and of course my man Joe and Shaun Cherry and everybody helping us out now John. Mcdermott Chris Corcoran everyone. Who's allowed us to continue or a cadence thirteen? It's been a blast so for one hundred twenty fifth episode not only north by northwest. But a couple of other movies from Peter. Bogdanovich is a director. I know but didn't know his movies right well. So what's up? Doc and paper moon reviews. Also some news involving Darren aaronow skiing his chance of making Batman. Why parasites doing so well on. Hulu and a male rushmore chop performances. Because Tatum O'Neal won an Oscar for paper moon. She just a kid. So how about the Mount Rushmore Chop performances also total recall the twice sixteen. Oscars which are the moves of two thousand fifteen and our special guests. Johnny Smith who was a history professor at Georgia Tech who specializes in sports in history. He's got a new book out which is terrific. It's called war fever Boston. Baseball and America in the shadow of the great war talking about the pandemic of nineteen eighteen and Johnny's really eloquent guy and very smart and passionate. So I really enjoy the interview as much as I think. You'll enjoy the book couple of reviews here coming up. Doc Lou Iowa here and Apple podcasts Midwest humor you prefer to Jay Leno is midwest humor he is from Boston. Letterman is from Indiana actually saw Leno in the early eighties. Doing stand up when I was in college in DC hilarious. Thank you for the point Jay Is from Boston actually from Andover Massachusetts to be specific what I meant by mid West humor is his humor would always play well in the mid West. Meaning it was kind of square and soft and down the middle and Letterman's humor always resonate in New York and Los Angeles just a different style and different sensibility. Whenever they would look at the ratings as a matter of fact for the tonight show versus late show with David Letterman. Jay always owned the hearts of those in the heartland which is why referred to it as mid West Humor. But thank you for clarifying that. Also the bad guy one to seven. A fun informative entertaining. Pod loved the total recall. Mount Rushmore segment is always good for a quick argument starter. Always great reviews one criticism. Does Joe say anything before he says I completely agree? All right find Joel Joel. Think of other things to say then and this one. We just got crushed. Wc Dwight stone from nineteen hours ago liberal left wing views one star again. I rank my movies at a former police. Pleased to give us a five star review unlike WBZ Whitestone one-star shake my head. Why so many people like to bring politics in their podcasts etc. Great Way to eliminate forty percent plus of their audience. I think we bring politics into the podcast with the exception of last week in which we were talking about last week John Oliver and I even said even if you don't share his politics I think that he's still an entertaining performance so I disagree with you. Wc whitestone. I don't think I bring politics into the podcast every week. But Joe your thoughts and they. I feel we've done a pretty good job at toe in the line but I completely agree with you on it. I knew that was covered. I stand with my buddies. Show his here where he is going to take that at all right. Thank you a gift for the views. Please help offset. Wc Whitestone by putting a better review. Everyone's GonNa Blind spot right no matter who you are. No matter what star. You are athlete's performance as always something you haven't done so I'm going to few blind spots which I have to admit to. And Mark Simon who is a loyalist or the podcast always offer feedback. Great Guy Follow him on twitter. Follow me on instagram. I believe he's Reading Baseball. Books to people right now. He said to me a good mood recommend because he'd watch the stranger which I appreciate that. Mark took to heart my recommendation on that flexi loved it. Orson welles terrific. What else you got for me so I said Okay. You should watch out of the past. It's a great Robert Mitchum film the War. He liked that as well so he said I believe. His mother recommended to north by northwest and honest. Admission I've never seen north by northwest. So I gotta go see that 'cause I can't lie to mark he will now listen to this and then text me because he will notice. I did not say integrate feeling just like okay so I've rectified. The fact I'd never seen it and perfect timing because my man Ben Mankiewicz and Turner Classic Movies. They're doing their virtual fast and they aired north by northwest and even better my man Joe who had not seen it also sought over the weekend. So we're all locked in on this nineteen fifty nine film. If you've never seen it want to know what it's about. The Classic Suspense Film Finds New York City Ad. Executive Roger Thornhill played by Cary grant pursued by ruthless by Philip Van Damme. That's right. I kept thinking Jean Claude Van Damme. Every time they kept calling James Mason's character vindamme thornhill is mistaken for a government agent hunted relentlessly by Van Damme's associates the Harry. Thornhill ends up on a cross country journey beating the beautiful mysterious Eve Kendall Eva. Marie Saint along the way. Soon van. Damme's henchmen closing on thornhill resulting number of iconic action sequences. When it comes to old movies you have to always think about accessibility. Meaning if I TRY TO WATCH BERRY LINDEN WHICH. I've tried to watch a couple of times I can never get through it score. Says he loves it. Natural Light Kubrick classic. I just can't do it. It's just too damn boring. So in the case north by northwest someone says well. I'm not really an old movies black and white but this is incredibly accessible. In fact I would say this might be hitchcock's most accessible movie if I lined up north by northwest and Vertigo and rear window and the birds and psycho. I'd say okay if I was. Let's say an eighteen year old. Who was not seen these movies? I actually think north by northwest might be one that translates the most because the fact. It's just a great suspense thriller. It's really good pacing. There's no wasted dialogue performances are excellent. I mean Kari Grant. I always think he's British. Because he's got that imperious haughty manner about him but he is clearly a man of elegance and movies like the Philadelphia Story. But here he is that innocent man on the run and he's got a great sense of humor early on after you know. He snatched up. He says not that. I mind the occasional case of abduction. But I have tickets to the theater. Tonight's if you'll just let me go. James Mason always great love them in the verdict and even Marie Saint. I mean talk with heart-stopper you can fall in love with her but it is those action sequences the famous one of course is the the plane the crop duster plane. And he's stuck in the middle of nowhere. Cary grant's character and another guys. They're getting a ride on a bus and it looks at the crop duster plane. That's weird. It's dusting crops but there's no crops there and then boom. The plane comes towards him as I tweeted. Adnan virk Sinophile pod. You can follow us. You know that's one of the most timeless shots ever is a crop duster plane swooping in cary grant that whole sequence is tremendous. It's only a few minutes long but so suspenseful. So well edited and masterfully shop by Alfred. Hitchcock that it's still suspenseful to this day. And then the ending takes place at Mount Rushmore. They didn't actually shoot of course at Mount Rushmore. Just the exterior shots and then after that they bill sets but really cool sequences there and you just look at the inventiveness even the script by Ernest. Lehman is so good. At one point. He's talking to Martin Landau. That's right Martin Landau planned. The bad guy. Looks rather creepy in the movie and Mason says to him after they realize that even Marie Saint is playing them. She's actually an agent. He says this matter is best handled from a great height over water and before it goes to from a great height. The camera tilts up they know hitchcock asked my buddy tim. Kirch LOVES NORTH BY NORTHWEST. The high angles always imply something about impending doom. And even the final shot not to give it away. Spoiler alert sixty one years later once. They're together carrot. Marie Saint they start kissing. And then it cuts to a shot of a train going through a tunnel and that was hitchcock's way of having them make love that's right. Think of the Phallic image of a train going through a tunnel and he said this way can get past the censor boards. But what he's saying is that there are copulating. So I mean there's lots of smart winks and nods and and hitchcock himself is so cheeky and I just think it's such an entertaining movie north by northwest four maple leafs. Finally my blindspot has been taken care of. I saw a great movie over the weekend. Joe What'd did you think of this hitchcock. Classic a thought it completely holds up the master of suspense. The way in one thousand nine fifty nine he was able to get the crop duster chase down. Cary grant in the field. Found out that that was all done in studio after that found out later. Adnan that Jimmy Stewart really wanted the lead and so Hitchcock didn't want him to play. He wanted cary grant because he thought he would play the role better so he delayed production of the movie until Jimmy Stewart had signed onto a different picture before offering Jimmy Stewart the role tongue-in-cheek knowing he would have to turn it down. That's great. That's a good little nugget out of you. Got Famous. Actors are like cattle. Had No respect for actors. Didn't think they were important. Everything about the director of myself. I can appreciate his ego. I think he's wrong diminishing actors but that's interesting that he wanted grant or Jimmy Stewart. Yeah and what did he think of the know? You just mentioned the the train going into the tunnel but overall as a whole it goes from like the climax to the ending super abruptly. So what did you make of that yeah? I was a little surprised with that. You're right that shot of her lifting boom there muck I would have liked a little bit more there but I didn't think it was clever. Though as they were being economical at that point. I mean that whole sequence is really amazingly shot I mean. They literally got Jefferson's knows they're hanging onto if he had nose hairs. That might have saved a life to and I was just funny. Seeing Martin Landau to me last time I was picturing him was like an entourage is that somebody could be interested in and all of a sudden you seem such a young man. It's always interesting when you see these older actresses young men. That's always jarring for me too. Oh yeah that's why I think Someone like Steve. Martin had a lucky by going great in his twenties. Now he just looked the same. Every since you're right the prematurely Greg Steve Martin. I love it Jack. Moffitt of Hollywood reporter wrote Hitchcock is such a master of suspense that not many frames have passed for. The audience has achieved complete identification with the characters. And there's doing the thrill of carriers spirit and the shared pleasures of love and passion. Next film is called. What's up doc? Peter Bogdanovich if you're watching as I do they got a podcast coming out. The plot thickens came went to listen to it with Ben Mankiewicz our friend and Bogdanovich. A couple of his moves. They showed last week. So Peter Bogdanovich is one of the seventy s directors. He was known for three movies. All three were huge hits at the time and then unfortunately things fizzle and a few bombs after that some personal tragedy struck and now he's film historians who was great friends with John Ford and Orson Welles and if you're like me you know him as Elliot Playing Lorraine bracco shrink in the show so I certainly been around a long time limit interesting life. But what's up? Doc was when he was really knocking it out of the park and it was about to researchers come to San Francisco to compete for a research grant and music. The man seems a bit distracted. That was before he met a strange woman who is devoid our life to confusing and embarrassing him. At the same time a woman has her jewel stolen and a government. Whistleblower arrives the stolen top secret papers. It Stars Barbra streisand Barbra streisand pass. I'm right now. This is Barbara. Streisand are most appealing and likable. All right. This isn't prince of tides Barbra streisand. This is actually a really warm. Funny fetching care. Toronto PLSY UPTIGHT Guy. Banister whose F. Fiancee's Madeline Kahn. It's too it's too love to record and Mel Brooks movies like blazing saddles and young Frankenstein. And they're together but Barbra streisand just keeps popping up and causing mayhem. And she's cute and sweet and charming. But she's a real pain in the thought of Ryan O'Neal who's just uptight guy who's trying to get this important business done and he's got. His fiancee is a stick in the mud. But let's just get going here. But instead streisand keep sticking our nose in his business. And the term screwball comedy. It's a so.

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"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Where you can find the documentary, which is one of the best. Of the year, an excellent films agape is going to join us and talk all about that. No lines din. Do we have an every man, Dan Stanic? Yes, we do. Excellent. And Rick pass or do we have an indefens- of? No. But I do have a review. Excellent. As always go to itunes and give us some love Eric movies at a former police, please rank them in five stars and leave a review I checked a recent review stinging rebuke of Rick Passmore's role on the podcast. But that's all right. Because you know, what when Ricky asked for a raise at some point go, listen, the razor is making zero money. I'm gonna go pass more. Unfortunately, this with this jobber over here said say who who's talking bleeding me. He said he likes me, he likes dance dance. All should be. Not everyone likes stands because he is the every man, so he's by nature. So we ever ever loves dancing. He likes Dan a lot. And he goes, I don't care for the identity phrase. I think he's a pompous attitude or a long winded stuff and Passmore. Yeah. Feel like I would be getting the pompous. I know one guys doing well written review with high falutin verb. And pass forces coming from the heart about like these schlock movies. He loves guys got very pompous grandeur like, wow grandiose. I'll put that on my resume. You'd better come in hot. Now at LA otherwise they're review today. I want to be especially grandiose to come back at this guy and see if he can upset him the screeners are still coming in. I've got eighth grade. Although my tire crew is seen eighth grade. So that's all right. I'll pass along some of the movies when I get them. I mean, I'm going to watch the myself, and then burn them in ever watched them again. But I have to go out to the movies, of course. And it's so good to see a movie in a theater, if you get that opportunity, especially when it's a small independent film, which may not get an all love or maybe because the Oscar consideration it will. And I'm talking about can you ever forgive me? That's a new film from Melissa McCarthy stars and Richard E grant who is seen stealing as her barfly. The story is this. It's based on the true story of Lee, Israel, who was a writer of some promise you had a couple of successful novels, but then wasn't able to publish anymore biographies, and what she was focused on. She couldn't get anybody. Interested. In and her agent had said to her listen your whole like let's make this clear. You're not a friendly person on a nice person. So even if you have a book, that's good or worthy. No one's interested in it. Either have to have an incredible subject, but you don't have or have to be a nice person, which you are not. So you can complain about John Grisham getting all these fees. But this is the way it's going to go. So she rather stumbles upon this idea, and the movie sets it up beautifully that she's one of these caustic cat women. You know what? I mean. This is not fun loving Melissa McCarthy. This is not warm and generous you normally see she is a crank who lives with her cat and his miserable. And one day. We'll do some research..

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"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"There from discussing any more plot points to avoid major spoilers the film sex and disrupts many of the tropes in schools of thought behind slash films addressing the symbolic nature of weapons hiding and escape as well as the need for gratuitous sex and drug use among victims. Basil is fantastic in the rule, the rookie serial killer, bringing odd epat to the mind of a cinematic monster while also chillingly portraying such being while the horror genre so much more much more. Polish satire by drew Goddard and joss Weeden twenty twelve's cabin in the woods behind the mass. Does a fantastic job of setting the groundwork for meta hor in the new millennium much like how screen reset the slasher genre decade before released by anchor bay at sadly, gross less than seventy thousand dollars theatrically statically in three weeks but received a cult life on home video earning a Saturn award nomination for best DVD release in two thousand eight critics were favorable of its execution with seventy four percent, rotten tomatoes, but a slightly weaker sixty six on metacritic fans. John have turned out for the film. But I still deserve still feel deserves a bigger audience, and you can watch the film right now on Amazon prime. I've never seen. It haven't heard of it. You had me at tischler. And also thought on Robert England who is Freddie Krueger he's actually like five nine British accent. Like have you ever seen live? It's shocking. Right. Yeah. And he plays. He plays a straight straight man in this one no makeup. He's only in about four scenes total. But just the fact he's also another. Another cameo by Kane Hodder who played a majority of the Jason voorhees characters in front of the thirteenth has a quick little cameo at the beginning of the film a lot of this. The film does take place in a world where all of these things have happened Michael Myers and FREDDY, and Jason and Chucky like all these like serial killers exist, and that's what it's playing on where it's not just these things have happened, and they all live in their own little worlds, it's almost like a career path for some of these guys. And that's where the Scott Wilson character Eugene comes in him, and his wife are very kind and respectful people, even oh, he's a retired monster himself and they dig him out of sensory deprivation chamber. He's been down there for three days. And he's like, wow, he's been out there for the gets up. And it's just it's part of the rituals part of the training to be able to do, and they really break down a lot of these things and kind of put a little more thought into like, hey, if this is happening. Here's why it's a I've discovered it back when I was in college right around the. It came out as one of those things that was just at the video stores. Like, this looks interesting rennet for a dollar, and then it's become one of my one of my favorite horror films. Sinophile ESPN Twitter thoughts last one because dancing needs is you have to leave. What are you dressing up as for Halloween? You're thirty one year old man. What are you dressing up as for Halloween? I'm a thirty one year old man with three different costumes. I've done so far I've been Charlie Brown. I've been Matt Foley motivational speaker the Chris Farley care. By the river. And I've also got Rick Sanchez from Rick and Morty because my roommates dog is Morty. I'm rick. It's been two and a half years. Finally, just had to happen. The great Rick Passmore. Thank you, brother. All right. Thanks, so much Rik pass more indefens- Dan stands for every man of blue chips might go junior a guest review of Mandy. And of course, our special guest, Ben foster his film is called leave. No trace. I encourage you to check it out as we close here..

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"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"It would have liked a little more resolution by did think. Good performances, it's like Sundance one. It's one of your indie movies that you know, does well on the festival circuit. So I'll give it to and a half maple leaves for wildlife from Paul dano currently playing in select theaters, starring Carey mulligan and Jake Jilin hole. Lastly, I want to talk about this. Jim Carey show called kidding. Which is on Showtime. So I love Jim Carey, I think he's one of the great actors of our time. Not just great comedic actors. I think he should have been robbed of Academy Award nominations for the Truman show or attornal sunshine, or even you know, he played Andy Kaufman man on the moon, even his comedic roles guy. A why can't why can't a comedic actor get known for best actor, so Jim Carrey's back which is a great thing to see because he's been very busy with this paintings and doing this kind of political commentary. So he's back doing a show and talk about mister Rogers being everywhere. The character is based on Mr. Rogers type and the conceit of the show is this imagine if you're a kids talk show host, but you're someone who's actually dealing with a lot of pain in your own life. So EON screen, you are full of sunshine, and you're radiating, positively for young kids, but off camera you're depressed, and he's dealing with. The fact he lost one of his twin sons in a car accident and he's divorced from his estranged wife. He's trying to repair that relationship and as dad play by Franklin jealous, the one who's executor. Preuss of the show, Loveland gel frost Nixon, and Catherine keener places sister whose ox also works in the show, another great indiactors, and it sounds like it has all the elements units. Definitely strange and weird. Michelle Gajah was involved from turtle sunshine believes the executive Bruce of the show. But honestly, I'm punting on the show after seven episodes because it's just too strange into irreverent and honesty. It's too dreary. The show ends up being, you know, moments of him being as the kids talk show host. But an off camera like, it's just it's a drag watching this, and I give Jim Craig credit for sale, and I'm going to play a character who is suffering through this real Malays. And he's such a good character and good actor. They bring it to life. But it's one of those movies are TV shows. Just so downbeat I need a little bit more. What are the what are the plot devices? He's falling in love and is love with a woman who's dying of cancer. And like he's he's literally with her because she was like live three weeks to live as such a good guy. He wants to always be a good person. Everybody the ends of sleeping with her. And they're having this relationship as she's dying. And I'm like, you know, what I don't. I don't wanna spend three. Minutes every week on Showtime watching Jim Carey in this relationship. There's also once in Catherine keener 's husband is the daughter is taking piano lessons. The dad drops dollar, piano lessons. The looks at the window and sees her piano teacher and her father engaging in a sexual act, which leads to the most memorable line of the seven that I watched of kidding. Which was when Catherine keener approaches, the panel teacher and says did you hand my husband, which expression, I had never heard before I with hand jobs with that's the only heard it before that that line of almost made the Cephas worth watching and there's definitely some moments of humor. But overall, I'm gonna give kidding to believes. I just can't get through it. But I love seeing Jim Carey. And if you love Jim Carrey, maybe check it out. Rick Passmore Halloween. Let's do this. I had to go. See this twice. After the first screening on Thursday. I sat there and I loved it. I loved the initial screening I love the fact that it's very true to the roots of what carpenter and Debra hill did forty years ago. Jamie Lee Curtis is probably might be her best performance of her career, which is saying something because she's been in a lot of fantastic role called Wanda would latest called Wanda true..

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"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Well, I gotta say this as a puppeteer outside of my duties here at ESPN I'll give it. The satisfaction that the puppetry was brilliant, Brian Henson, and crew. Like, obviously, they know what they're doing. However, the script was very weak and it was the downfall the film they played. This new are type of private eye detective movie from the forties. I love the theme of it. I love what they wanted to do. It just fell very flat because they were trying. So hard to say yes, is a puppet movie. No, it's not for kids, and they really went off that deepened and they had some allegories about puppets being lesser citizens. And there was some back and forth with you. Think of like who framed Roger rabbit where the cartoons of the humans lived together, but they were cohesive this one where it's like puppets are only meant to sing and dance for the humans and they're addicted to sugar. And that's all they do. They just consume sugar all day and they're, they're second class citizens, and there's very interesting moments where they could have expanded on this and made a deeper store, but they really didn't wanna do it. They just wanted to basically make a parody of war with puppets in humans. And I the, the glowing things I can say about at our Bill. Greta, who's the puppeteer and did did Phil Phillips detective. That's partnered with Melissa McCarthy. Character was fantastic. Not just in puppeteer in, but also acting you people don't realize that you have to act when you're puppeteer. You know, it just comes up through your hand out through, you know, a module and then my Rudolph absolutely slayed. She's hysterical, but she's not given enough screen time for what she's giving the right amount of screen for she's doing. But you wish you saw more because of how good she actually is all the side characters were just kind of one off and very one note and just basically playing a parody role of what their characters were supposed to be. I, if they would have given a little more care to the script, this would have been a two and a half to three maple leaf film. Instead, it's sitting like a one and a half maple leaf just because it's so just. Boring essentially at the end of the day, like there's some really good laughs in it and some funny stuff. But at the end of the day, it's just it's not an engaging film and by the time it was over, here's kind of like that. That was kind of upsetting essay. I hate that whatever you have a chance. You know what I mean? Like when you say, hey, there's there's real promise here, but that you you booted away the idea about about you can't. You can't absolve anyone of that. You can't salvage that when an idea. Actually, this has promised, but the execution was so poor that frustrate. Yeah, and it wasn't even a technical executioner or anything like that. It was just purely in the script in the script when you know when they shot the script out what was and there's some ad living going on for the jokes, but when it's just it would have made a better I would have, honestly, what have watched a six part Netflix series of this half hour each and allowed the characters develop a little more than a essentially one hundred minute movie where you're just trying to make a point to say, yes, we're doing puppetry. Yes, we're doing it, you know, very mature and and grotesque in some ways, but puppets are still puppets. They're not humanoid or anything like that. How fascinating by the way is is Rick Passmore Dan, the fact that is a puppeteer like this. We just just dropped that in there. He said, he's, he's a puppeteer. Fascinating is the right word. There's there's a lot of layers to Rick that you just you keep pulling the onion back and you're like, whoa. All right. Okay. He's a video editor is also filmmaker eighties puppeteer. You play music as well. Rickets. All your play. This before hand, my mother made us all the piano until I think it's like kindergarten to sixth grade, and then we all got to stop so dank in his chopsticks..

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"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Can't wait, beautiful boy, October twelfth, I read the book on the best books I've read specially would say, nonfiction, it's about a father and his son dealing with this horrible drug addiction. David Sheff is the one who wrote the book called beautiful boy, I read years ago. I'm surprised to get the movie done, but Timoteo shallow may speaking of Oscar heat. He's a twenty two year old son in the movie. He's getting big time Oscar talk for this and Steve Carell plays his dad. I think that could be a real Oscar contender. Can't wait for private life because my man, Paul giamati this is film from Tamar Jenkins the director of the savages which is really good, Laura Linney, Philip Seymour Hoffman movie. It comes October. Fifth, it got good reviews at Sundance to November. We go widows, Steve McQueen when the Academy Award for twelve years of slave, his first film since. Epic, it's called widows, and it starts viola, Davis parents a little more mainstream, more commercial of 'em looking forward to it because of McQueen and his star power as director. You want me to get really geeky. I'll get geeky with you. Other side of the wind Orson Welles is unfinished film, comes out November second on Netflix, as well as a twin documentary called the love me when I'm dead, loved the title can't wait. I mean, literally, this is like fifty years later. You get Orson Welles new movie. I'm so high for that. It's called other side of the win premiering, a Netflix, one hundred hours of footage, took them six years to put it down together. Peterberg Donovan, his close friend worked with notes that Orson Welles sat trying to piece together with the feel like his vision would have been can't find a way I'm more psyched up for this because Barry Jenkins our man, we're bet you're, but you're going to have him on Sinophile November. Thirtieth. If Beale street could talk based on James Baldwin's nineteen seventy four novel about a woman trying to help her fiance was falsely accused of rape, apparently sensational book, the trailers tremendous. It's so well shot berry can't wait man. If Beale street could talk member. Thirtieth again heavy Oscar contender. This is the Rick Passmore addition suspicious. Yes, yes, November second Luca Guana Nino who was director behind call me by her name. Taking on the Dario are gentle, horror, classic suspicious. This looks strange in a Reverend Passmore's all it. I am not only in my own. I'm one hundred percent way past excitement all in because it's running another another hour longer than the original agenda cut. So it's not quite a remake as in terms of chopper shot. But it's definitely going to have its own look and it looks just the art design on it and the way they shot. I'm that's going to be a definite cinematography Oscar art design Oscar for sure. Can't wait period, November second. This is one for re boy. Dan standing, the front runner, November seventh, Hugh Jackman, verify Megan j. k. Simmons director, Jason. Reitman you love him from up in the air. It's about Gary Hart's affair in the nineteen eighty eight presidential campaign. And ripened said this was the tipping point for all politics. When gossip journalism affected the real journalism so to speak. This could not be more up your ally. Is it based on a book? Because I read a book on the book. Jerry, let's go had me Gary Hart. The front runner. Number seven. Jackson looks great comb over ready to go bohemian rhapsody member. Second, Rami Malik looks terrific in that movie. Bryan singer's the director. He did the usual suspects boy erase November second Lucas hedges for Manchester by the sea, Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe. This was getting a lot of buzz about a gay man sent to a Christian conversion camp, and apparently they're saying what's great about is that you think the movie would just be just crushed the parents or these devout Christians who can't accept the fact their son's gay, but apparently movie is empathetic to all you really appreciate. Obviously, the young man's going through being sent to this camp or the teacher not be gay, but also the parents and their ideals. I've heard a lot of good things about. Voyeuristic can't wait shoplifters yet..

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"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"It is clever oftentimes it is funny and it is littered with small moments asides packed with social commentary clive owen plays the bank robber he wears a mask for much of the time and is really the anchor of the film the action goes through him and thanks to that opening monolog which i just read we know that he does not wind up dead denzel plays the lead detective and hasha negotiator in one of his vintage rolls fast talking full of bravado and smart but with a chip on his shoulder and something to prove christopher plummer plays the owner of the bank who is worried about his safety deposit box so he hires jodie foster who some kind of connected powerbroker that can walk into the mayor's office without a meeting although i thought her character is a bit underdeveloped foster was a part of the best exchange in in the film after forcing the mayor to do another favor for her he says quote your a magnificent thank you the movie is mainly told chronologically but it is inter spliced with hostage interviews indicating the crime has not been solved owen and his cohorts walk into the bank take everyone inside hostage enforce strip down to their underwear and put on the same outfits that they are wearing to confuse law enforcement at first denzil slow plays the entire situation when willem dafoe the lead tactical cop on the scene suggests they may contact then zell says no i'm not calling him yet let's see what he does later on he says let's wait let 'em wonder what we're doing eventually owen tells him that they want buses and a jet the chemistry between owen and denzel is palpable it's part of why the movie works so well in a bit of a twist owen is the calm one he's measured and in control denzel confused frazzled unsure of himself and constantly on the losing side of the chess match either way they like each other and tell one another how smart they are then zell finally realizes that owen doesn't even want his own demands to be met saying quote whoever heard of bank robbers escaping on a plane with fifty hostages you've seen dog day afternoon you're stalling why i don't know i need like the dog there's also circle reference in there too because all right true so the script feels a bit wrong places and there are some unanswerable questions left hanging in the dust but the performances are top notch in the concept is intriguing i mean there's a pun in the title so obviously i'm in i give it three and a half stars nice inside minimally should it wants to see it again it's kind of a reminder wanna spikes better movies speaking of the summers i mentioned has been disappointing but i can't wait for black klansman it's opening august tenth it got rave reviews the canned film festival spike with a grand prix which is running award and they said spike lee's absence inside man twelve years ago so good john riphil like it was entertaining obviously as you said it has conventions the bank heist movie but really smart the way they did it a lot of good clips in there patch pretty big fan of inside man never seen oh no i know i this disappointment on dan's face right now is palpable yelich spike like denzel i like denzel just never got around to it one of those ones that fell through the crack have you seen he got game i've seen he got gang it's more of a mobile blues gonna guy all right out inside man if you haven't seen good bank ice movie film critic and director don't see eye to rick passmore goes aimed benza rickie we've had of little time off from in defense of some curious direction i believe the last time we spoke spawn did not hold up as well let's hope for that got an unofficial in defense of and of not defense however in honor of leonard being traded to your toronto raptors at ninette cited to look at a cult hit the didn't fare so well in twenty ten box office based in canada edgar right scott pilgrim vs a world oh yeah based.

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Seen hereditary i go when is this thing that roland it's atmospheric and it's setting the pace but like nothing's happened really yet there's one incident has happened but now the wheels just slowly creaking i think you're to get at least a good forty five or anything happens they go are you serious this is a really basic rule of thumb when it comes to cinema you should give any movie ten minutes and if at ten minutes isn't grab you there's no reason you should be watching like honestly i there are movies now and i've forgotten this theory that dan it was right i've seen the light go ahead watch movie on the plane what who cares watch your phone now he's gonna watch mika ahead like i watch ten minutes red sparrow and i'm like this isn't grabbing me so i'm done i don't have to hang in here delta a watch mitch movie they had out of the past i'll watch this again so if it takes forty five minutes for me to really get going that really worthwhile to you so i took my time of the tenders they came back in i did see the impactful moment which was jarrai okay now we're going to get rolling here and then the the wheels set motion here's what's fascinating about hereditary i think it's a slow burn but i mean it puts the slow slow burn i mean it's just it takes forever just feels monotonous and even the thrills when they come i didn't find it frightful at all i wouldn't say i found it amusing that'd be going the other way and thing it's scary but funny but it was odd it was unsettling but i had no trouble sleeping i mean you have to love seances and supernatural and hence the title hereditary what i can tell you about the stories toni collette is haunted by what's happened to her and there's some events that affect the movie and she's the best reason to see the movie she's fantastic i hope she gets nominated or is at least in the oscar conversation it's awfully tough to manage this type of motions she goes from being frightened to being frightening to at times being delirious two times being amusing there's almost a winking nod to what she's doing to a centric in hysterical that's a wide range of emotions and as you guys recall i hated the movies split i thought it was awful i thought mcevoy was trying way to hard doing these cascadia motions it was like a bad drama class okay act silly at funny act gary colette is riding roller coaster promotions and doing it with the sense of realism island she was fantastic i mean she i would say is worth the price of admission but the movie for me was disappointing i did not think it held up and here's what's fascinating so rotten tomatoes gave an eighty nine percent rave reviews cinema score which is what audiences give it after they see it gave it a d plus that's an awfully wide gulf between critic saying of the best moves there and fans been there and gone what and as the end credits world turned the two guys next to me i did not know and i said that you guys like it like i can tell by the huffing and puffing here with me and they're like no let the hell was that so it's amazing to me that there's such a gulf with this movie rick passmore who is the guy defer to it comes the horror movie sean ricky are you with the critics are you with the fans i'm giving it to me believes i'm with the fans i actually had a sit down with one of my supervisors here that is also a big horror movie guy and the first thing he said to me before meeting when i met him out on the plaza was i have a bone to pick with you because he had heard through other friends of mine that i did not care for hereditary as much as other people so but after our sit down he kind of opened some doors to me and said rewatch is you don't have to go back to the theater but when it comes out on vod when it comes out on blu ray whatever like give it another rewatch there's a lot of little things here and there that you probably miss because you were just sitting waiting for something to happen so i said i'll give you that stuff you missed like from a technical level because i.

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Dan stands every man up in the air we might want to go deeper in this our favorite moves we find parallels with are you somebody who would like to travel extensively would you have you thought about this it's funny 'cause the last today's i've been in airports and on airplanes for the majority of the day and it's kind of miserable and hotels and all that i would like to travel the world the united states yes certainly but but there's nothing you find mantis cise about his lifestyle the way he's traveling all the time he wants to get certain miles now i don't i i actually i just remember loving it because a kendrick just the way she interacted with his character i think was great but when i watched it again recently i was like this like his life philosophy was all wrong he really missed the mark on that and you realize it for him at the end of the movie right you see the west wwe rest is family lives they've got it right hey we have modest means we live our lives and we have family we have someone like you're wrong dan stands it's every man excellent film up in the air when a film critic and director dose e too rick passmore goes in defense iraqi i through this one upon you because of you have already plan but solo which i did not review parallel many movie goers i just couldn't be forced to go see it i just don't star wars film prequel k origin story i wanna see at some point but lukewarm reviews and disappointing box office we discussed this with deadpool two how can a hundred million dollars disappointing for solo but that in fact was the case we love ron howard moore's narrator as directed this movie but i didn't see solo you saw tell me all about it will it's interesting because ron howard didn't start with the project phil lord and chris miller started with the project and were replaced with howard about thirty percent of the way through because disney lucasfilm did not like the tone of the film away it was going so you bring in ron howard who obviously award academy award winning director like just miles of credentials and.

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"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Great ending stuck the landing i forgot that the supporting cast i liked it i thought once i didn't know ideas isn't sorry tickets simmons my person jason segel shows him jerk off station passport your fit of i love you as well same deal only seen at once but what i do remember that i remembered very highly yeah i like to this well all right good recommendation from every man i love you man check it out now when a film critic and director joke see eye to rick passmore goes into iraqi find me guilty great lumet vin diesel how we gonna top that with the breadth of dystopia narratives revisited in film and television right now such as the handmaid's tale on hulu in the previously reviewed fahrenheit four fifty one i decided to look back at a less serious take on a greater on the greater good fasten line of storytelling nineteen ninety three's demolition man silvester still own wesley snipes and sandra bullock okay we got to send this to the lebatardshow right they love de militiamen go head celebrating its twenty fifth anniversary this october the scifi action flick currently holds a respectable sixty one percent on rotten tomatoes but a paltry thirty four metacritic score garnering tepid reviews from critics such as david ansen of newsweek who states demolition man is a movie that should have been fun but isn't i vehemently disagree with mr mr anson demolition man axes and entertaining tongueincheek nineties action flick as well as a conversation starter on the effects of censorship in society the.

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"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Great ending stuck the landing i forgot that the supporting cast i liked it i thought once i didn't know ideas isn't sorry tickets simmons my person jason segel shows him jerk off station passport your fit of i love you as well same deal only seen at once but what i do remember that i remembered very highly yeah i like to this well all right good recommendation from every man i love you man check it out now when a film critic and director joke see eye to rick passmore goes into iraqi find me guilty great lumet vin diesel how we gonna top that with the breadth of dystopia narratives revisited in film and television right now such as the handmaid's tale on hulu in the previously reviewed fahrenheit four fifty one i decided to look back at a less serious take on a greater on the greater good fasten line of storytelling nineteen ninety three's demolition man silvester still own wesley snipes and sandra bullock okay we got to send this to the lebatardshow right they love de militiamen go head celebrating its twenty fifth anniversary this october the scifi action flick currently holds a respectable sixty one percent on rotten tomatoes but a paltry thirty four metacritic score garnering tepid reviews from critics such as david ansen of newsweek who states demolition man is a movie that should have been fun but isn't i vehemently disagree with mr mr anson demolition man axes and entertaining tongueincheek nineties action flick as well as a conversation starter on the effects of censorship in society the.

jason segel hulu silvester wesley snipes david ansen newsweek director rick passmore lumet sandra bullock mr mr anson sixty one percent twenty fifth
"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Sinophile vile nncholas cage very sincere group of film enthusiasts who are proudly all goodness goren bady apparently read the wrong name sinophile ethan hawke is like on the professional actor and direct for love is so much this world that's dividing us in music is one of those great tools freezes together all run there's baseball and world war two it's kind of a dream sinophile lee at nine virk movie podcast yes why was it i still recording that would have been polled a run from the top jerry bruckheimer timothy spall josh to mel jeremy renner tony hale nom awesome law robert patrick richard lewis scott fiber miles teller rob reiner mark wolper margot robbie john ridley willem dafoe richard jenkins j k simmons errol morris tracy letts christie mayor nncholas cage ethan hawke paul rudd max breda's brian fogel tony parker zoey deutch helen hunt mike lynn perry oli omar epps mark raza hankas area fat jew paul schrader david leach what a year year number two was on sinophile thanks as always toward tremendous talent bookers carlton gillespie leading the way getting it done for all of us executive producer dan stands at coordinating producer rick passmore i'm adnan virk thanks so much for making sinophile success this is our two year anniversary episode questioned for the peanut gallery of dan rick of all those guests i mentioned which of those guests was your personal favorite last year we all agreed before ricky is part of the show really about thornton's by the best interviewed deniro obviously the biggest name pass more of all those names thirty five guests year to sinophile which one did you like the most.

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"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Sinophile vile nncholas cage very sincere group of film enthusiasts who are proudly all goodness goren bady apparently read the wrong name sinophile ethan hawke is like on the professional actor and direct for love is so much this world that's dividing us in music is one of those great tools freezes together all run there's baseball and world war two it's kind of a dream sinophile lee at nine virk movie podcast yes why was it i still recording that would have been polled a run from the top jerry bruckheimer timothy spall josh to mel jeremy renner tony hale nom awesome law robert patrick richard lewis scott fiber miles teller rob reiner mark wolper margot robbie john ridley willem dafoe richard jenkins j k simmons errol morris tracy letts christie mayor nncholas cage ethan hawke paul rudd max breda's brian fogel tony parker zoey deutch helen hunt mike lynn perry oli omar epps mark raza hankas area fat jew paul schrader david leach what a year year number two was on sinophile thanks as always toward tremendous talent bookers carlton gillespie leading the way getting it done for all of us executive producer dan stands at coordinating producer rick passmore i'm adnan virk thanks so much for making sinophile success this is our two year anniversary episode questioned for the peanut gallery of dan rick of all those guests i mentioned which of those guests was your personal favorite last year we all agreed before ricky is part of the show really about thornton's by the best interviewed deniro obviously the biggest name pass more of all those names thirty five guests year to sinophile which one did you like the most.

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"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Juries pretty big jarvis yeah that's that's that's a sizable credential right there like you run a panel you're using your talents you're using your your sports adam and your broadcast history running a panel like this is this is some big time some some big time credential for you to get some work and maybe eventually we can get you we get you a producer on a film we can get you some actual kademi voting i was gonna say that next step i figure that i think we need to talk to ben lines about that whatever whatever's coming up in the works that we can at least get you in the pga at in some form i think ben we're going to get in the afc brought fat but cast film critics association because he goes rather than you schlepping up to new york to see phantom threat or silence stories of which i find quite amusing in your podcast because if you pay like a hundred bucks a year you'll get all the screeners it's going to change your life the one thing the one thing i got to say about that because i've seen screeners before there's nothing like no you go into the theater to see especially something like phantom threats shot in the seventy millimeter it's beautiful as opposed to watching a dvd with a watermark on it on a stereo sound like what it's like it's essentially watching it on your phone you know so but but if you're just watching it to get another thing the i guess so but you're right you and i are peers there are certain films no matter what will go down dying arguing vehemently you've got to watch it on the silver screen so texts will be coming up at some point and i'll start watching all these movies for the greenwich film festival if you're in connecticut please come check us out june first at the film festival so for rick passmore dan stanford is currently busy in a meeting with his actual job i'm adnan virk thank you so much for listening we'll see you next time at the movies.

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"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"And there's lots of good stuff there including rick passmore's brush with fame ben lies movie called the american meam and paspport met paris hilton and there's a picture password perez hilton and i tried to get personal red carpet and let's just say something happened so that's coming up in the next podcast we do but today like i said we're going to focus on hank aaron a few movies plus talked about nick nolte just rick nick nolte's books have a book review of nick nolte favorite actors wish he wrote more but affliction and always happens you buy the book how much talk with movies i like but the few pages but affliction more noteworthy he's got stories about forty dollars down and out in beverly hills printer tides all the rest of it so i'll give you a recap of all that let's take it off though i'm telling you avengers infinity war so i have superhero fatigue i said that would black panther i give it two and a half maple leafs even though it's got over ninety percent rotten tomatoes even though it set box office records i wasn't crazy about it so vander avengers infinity war i go into slightly muted sarah well is going to be too long which it was but it's you know running time is going to be listed one hundred forty nine minutes plus drillers right to forty five away we go but listen of course i look a long movie it's an action packed film i can take it's all good and at times it lags a little bit i didn't think it was too long but i didn't think it was as bloated as i thought it would be at time certain when you have so many superheroes just by nature it's it'd be hard to say right let's give each one five minutes of screen time let's give each one a pithy remark let's give each one a clever quip let's give each one perhaps a death scene that is worthy of the character so i get the fact it's tough to juggle and hats off to the anthony russo and joe russo the directors because i couldn't imagine making this film how much do interference there was how many town you got like this like that all.

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"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"It's funny because we've never met before so i'm wondering if people give him the same amount hotel it's like me then it sucks because he's the steelers head coach and so you know that's like a bitter rival cause i'm a cowboy fan so it's also weird i could imagine like hey man love rothlisburger like okay whatever leave me alone please and people are asking him hey leif and lumping basketball i cannot really be able to actually traffic is the new film with paula pat and tell me all about it why should people go check it out so man this is an amazing film it's it's a romance that turns into a really dark suspense thriller you know in the underlying message is about human trafficking which is like you know a huge problem worldwide and huge problems of mystically but it's a really entertaining movie it's it's been so fun to go to screenings with audiences and they're like people yelling at the screen other people that just so frightened in strapped into this these but it's a it's a hell of a rival really good movie awesome and what's paula pat like to work with i love her work oh she's amazing such a talented artists and you know we we we've known each other for years you know just quarterly in the business and you know to get the chance to work together we are both super excited about that laszlo lonzo's in it rosalyn chance sanchez is in it it's written and directed by john taylor who's a star this guy's the immensely talented filmmaker and we had a blast making this film but it you know we we're talking about something that's a very profound issue and it's been really good to have been a part of something that entertains as well as informed that's beautifully sad go check out traffic starring omar epps one more for you because our buddy rick passmore who works on the podcast loves the movie brother with takeshi kitano how many people mentioned there.

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"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"rick passmore" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Which followed dan saw dense sorry give your view of this from now you've seen it i i didn't loved as much as you did some parts were a little too much for me i wasn't enthralled with sam rockwell's character he's a he's a hard character the like i got to be honest with you yeah there were some things that movie of just a little too much for me it's good the performances frances mcdormand at that you said her best roll since fargo that's accurate right trying to get what else really just like the di launch jarring at me by biting profane funding a little bit and i think uganda undersold the view undersold anything it was woody harrelson and his whole scenario with his family really pull to your heart strings like you felt a lot of emotions watching that movie i will grant you that he's definitely a powerful film free billboards at said adding missouri the film that i love is while though is the shape of water is from director guillermo del toro and quite frankly it's why we go to the movies i mean this is a movie which is clearly made for sinn of files and i think if you love motion pictures and you really go along with the romance you're gonna love it rick passmore's also joining us here today so that by ricky of you sitting i don't know all right pass where you'll duffy love it as a filmmakers while because this is the essence of a task force agai loves horror movies he's been a horror film like if you love those kinds of a b movies so to speak you're gonna love this film and if you just like romantic moves you love his film and if you love sally hawkins and you'll love this film because it has lots of different genres to uh give the plot is simply as i can because the story isn't particularly surprising that this store you kinda nowhere it's going to go and it's not all that shocking but what is done correctly is that it's beautifully rendered by del toro it set in 1962 others the height of the cold war tensions with the russians and sally hawkins is a terrific actress british actress who center in phnom happygolucky i dental the american film she's w she's definitely was actions that you know i know when the.

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