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Habits of Highly Effective Real People by Chris Guillebeau

Optimal Living Daily

05:12 min | 1 d ago

Habits of Highly Effective Real People by Chris Guillebeau

"Habits of highly effective real people by Chris Gil Abo-. Of Chris GIL ABODE DOT COM. Quote. Everybody talks about wanting to change things and help and fix. But ultimately, all you can do is fix yourself and that's a lot because if he can fix herself, it has a ripple effect. Rob Reiner. Humans are not machines and we don't all want the same things but we do want to do something purposeful to use the time we have to the best of our ability and we also long to discover our authentic selves. If our lives consists of series of choices, how do you highly effective real people make them he is a short list of characteristics for your consideration. First and foremost they know what's important to them. I've been saying for a while the greatest productivity hack is to love what you do. It is much much easier to be both productive and satisfied. When you spend most of your time on something, you find meaningful often go back to this principle as a compass point it really does no good at all to become efficient at the wrong things on balance is actually negative because the fish and you become the more likely it is that you'll continue on the wrong path. Therefore, it's better to fail quickly at the wrong things seeking discover the right once. They decide for themselves before other people decide for them. Highly, effective real people tend to be questioners. The don't accept what they are told at face value even examine their own beliefs if inconsistencies and opportunities for improvement whenever someone asks, you can have a or B, which do you want Davin respond by saying I'd like see please visit hard at first because easier as you gain experience if to understand that throughout your. Life, there will always be people who want to decide on your behalf. They have their own because they to our human. They care about themselves more than the care about you to be effective to do what matters to you and to pursue the right more on that. In a moment, you need to resist external expectations that don't apply to you. Only, when you have your own house in order, can you operate effectively with others because otherwise will be open to manipulation and misdirection? They take time to enjoy life in whatever way makes sense to them. Even, though they are highly effective, these real people aren't afraid to spend time on hobbies or different interests. As the saying goes time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time and that's the key point time they enjoy wasting maybe of a weird hobby or maybe your idea of fun is different from other people's who cares do whatever you need to recharge and regroup. In. Conversations they listen. They don't just think about what they're going to say next listening is an underrated skill yet, it's easy to develop just start doing it. Empathy takes practice sometimes it's helpful to repeat back with someone says not robotically but in more of a I wanNA make sure I understand this way over time you can also learn to listen not only to what is said but what is unsaid and sometimes more important. They learn what time is best to wake up and go to sleep. Is Not. The same for everyone was my number one takeaway from reading Dan Pink's when zone lot more in the book of course. But that concept stuck with me more than anything else once they know their ideal rhythms, they try to stick to them making exceptions only occasionally sure is fun to change things up now and then but if you operate most effectively according to a certain routine, you'll be most effective when you stick with it. Highly, effective real people embrace goals. Goals vary and some might not even call them goals but the consistently worked toward something. They know that the process is more important than actually achieving the goals. But to have the process, you have to have an end point to look towards goals are the tangible expressions of values while we decide are important to us, and therefore the choices we make each day how the effect of real people know the actions they take on one day will affect the opportunities available to them in the future. Should they live long enough to see it? Lastly, they find a balance between service and self care. Highly effective real people that life isn't all about them. They WANNA serve others however they can. They want to make a difference as consider their goals, values and decisions. This value is always present. Yet Mitt is an exclusive chop rate most effectively in life and to get what you really want. You'll need to think about yourself not every goal is to be perfectly aligned with what it produces for other people. Personal growth comes through challenge. It all these the overall philosophy of nonconformity. You can do good things for others and yourself at the same time it's not a dichotomy or an either or. I don't think I'm always highly effective person though I tried to always be a real one when if you'll off track I, go back to some of these points especially those about being intentional making my own choices also try to remember the universal truths changes constant. Is. Temporary. So once again, how the effect of real people seek to use whatever time they have to the best of their ability?

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Carl Reiner, driving force in American comedy, dies at 98

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:18 min | Last month

Carl Reiner, driving force in American comedy, dies at 98

"Director and actor Carl Reiner has died. He had a long award winning career, earning nine Emmys over seven decades. His assistant said Reiner passed from natural causes at his home in Beverly Hills last night. He played Alan Brady on the Dick Van Dyke Show, which he created you doing here? You want to see ruins? Why don't Yu gotta grease really first my legs, then my hair What? Half my liver. Reiner and Mel Brooks performed on the Tonight Show they won a Grammy for their comedy album. What about What about the proof which comes from the plum? Why do they call it a prune? Prune approved? You'll have to be insane not to go in approved. Why? Because it's not a view it I said. I mean, it's rental. It looks. It looks like his most popular films as a director included, Oh God, starring George Burns, the Jerk with Steve Martin and all of May with Martin and Lily Tomlin in a tweet Today, Martin called Reiner his greatest mentor in movies and life. Governor Cuomo tweeted, he said Reiner Bronx born and bred, made TV comedy that endures to this day He made America laugh a true gift. New York extend our condolences to his family and many friends. Runners famous son, Rob Reiner called his dad. His guiding light. Carl Reiner was 98.

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Comedy legend Carl Reiner, 'Dick Van Dyke Show' creator, dead at 98

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:29 sec | Last month

Comedy legend Carl Reiner, 'Dick Van Dyke Show' creator, dead at 98

"Word this morning that Carl Reiner has passed away Van Take show creator and co star I want to grow bald gracefully. Not like you, director of comedy classics, including the jerkin Oh God, An Ocean's 11 trilogy costar Carl Reiner dined at his home in Beverly Hills Monday night, his own Rob Reiner tweeting that his heart is hurting his death. That was his guiding light over his lifetime. Reiner won nine Emmys and Grammy and was given the Mark Twain Prize for American humor. In 2000. Carl Reiner was 98. Jason Heathens and ABC News Hollywood Well,

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Carl Reiner, beloved creator of 'Dick Van Dyke Show,' dies

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Carl Reiner, beloved creator of 'Dick Van Dyke Show,' dies

"Actor comedian and director Carl Reiner has died of natural causes at his home in Beverly hills California he was ninety eight I Margie's our letter with a look at his life although Carl Reiner was known for playing the ego centric Ellen Brady on the Dick Van **** show he was known as one of the nicest guys in Hollywood writer created that show based on his time working on the sid Caesar show he said in a two thousand four A. P. interview even when he didn't get recognized people know the Dick Van **** show what your doors worldwide then the big band I hope you did the Dick Van **** show defines me the last five years of my life he also played the straight man to Mel Brooks in the two thousand year old man and directed the films oh god and all of me his son is actor director rob Reiner

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Carl Reiner, actor, comic and 'Dick van Dyke Show' creator, dies at 98

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

00:36 sec | Last month

Carl Reiner, actor, comic and 'Dick van Dyke Show' creator, dies at 98

"Emmy Award winning actor and comedian Carl Reiner is dead, the age of 98 Mike Bauer reports. Reiner died Monday night at his Beverly Hills home, surrounded by his family, including actor and director Rob Reiner. He was best known as creator producer writer and actor on the Dick Van Dyke Show Runner believe the comedy could be genetic, but environment played an equal part. You laugh of things, you find things to laugh in the worst situation. Sometimes you find things to laugh Producer director actor. He also won a Grammy and won nine Emmys over seven decades. He has more than 400 credits Carl Reiner. That at the age of 98 Mike

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Carl Reiner, longtime comedy legend, dies at 98

Donna and Steve

00:57 sec | Last month

Carl Reiner, longtime comedy legend, dies at 98

"Reiner, one of the most per prolific entertainers in the history of show business, has died at age 98 at his Beverly Hills home. Reiner was a producer director and an actor. He won nine Emmys and over seven decades. For most people, they remember Reiner best for the Dick Van Dyke Show, which he created and start in. His family was with him when he passed. This is so sad, he so beloved. He just waited like three days ago. Oh, that he's lived such a great life and the joy of his life was his wife and bringing his three Children into the world. Of course. Rob Reiner is one of them who's also brilliant, and he also just did a zoom meeting with on Mel Brooks, right. He's very good friends with Mel Brooks us and it was darling and so sweet. And this is just a very big loss for the entertainment industry.

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Peter Fonda, Henry Fonda And Jane Fonda discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Peter Fonda, Henry Fonda And Jane Fonda discussed on BBC World Service

"A family Peter Fonda was the son of the Hollywood star Henry Fonda the younger brother of Jane Fonda and we're told that he was surrounded by members of his family when he died in the in fact they've issued a statement and I'll just read it to you it says in one of the saddest moments of our lives we are not able to find the appropriate words to express the pain in our hearts as we grieve we ask that you respect our privacy while we mourn the loss of this sweet and gracious mon they say we also wish for old to celebrate his an indomitable spirit on love of life in honor of pizza please raise a glass to freedom and he has quite an impressive career spanning several films award nominations but that film easy rider is probably the thing he's going to be most remembered for yes easy rider was such a a landmark film for so many reasons that and and certainly Peter Fonda will be forever remembered for writing the phone for producing it for starring alongside Dennis Hopper as this pair of long head bikers traveling through the southern United States said the phone was the first counter culture film to be a really huge hit and run with the back of the the heady days of the nineteen sixties and it really kick started the independent film movement it touched a nerve with the the young people of America at the time it earned Peter Fonda on the rest of the writing team and also a nomination for best original screenplay and I think really catapulted him to stardom he was in big demand in Hollywood after that film on such a big name I mean that the tributes of of asset to be made elsewhere yeah many attributes and in addition to the family statement Jane Fonda has been paying tribute to her brother she said I am very sound he was my sweet hearted baby brother the talker of the family I've heard beautiful alone time she says in these last days and he went out laughing one of the tribute from the filmmaker rob Reiner he says my heart goes out to Jane of the loss of her brother Peter Fonda was a revolutionary filmmaker during a revolutionary time born in the house only now living his spirit will be messed up from prime his speech about his chest into merely are about the life of Peter

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Democratic Fundraising Totals: Which Candidates Raised the Most

Morning Edition

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Democratic Fundraising Totals: Which Candidates Raised the Most

"Or learning more about how democratic presidential contenders did in the most recent fund raising quarter senator Elizabeth Warren has sworn off of high dollar private fundraising events in order to focus on small online donations but that didn't stop some big names in Hollywood and Silicon Valley from giving her money as KCRW's Eric Corey reports just released second quarter financial reports show that actors Amy Schumer Scarlett Johannson and Ryan Reynolds are among the A. listers who are chipping in for the Massachusetts senator's presidential run political reports that you may give the maximum individual contribution allowed twenty eight hundred dollars for the California primary election campaign and twenty eight hundred for the general election Joe Hansen and Reynolds gave slightly smaller amounts other heavy weight donors include prolific TV producer Shonda Rhimes an actor director rob Reiner and even the worn is proposing to break up Facebook Amazon and Google she's been getting checks from psalms founder John McFarlane and spot executive Barry McCarthy among others and that's on the home turf a rival U. S. senator comma Harris all told one raised almost twenty million dollars over the last three months compared to just under twelve million dollars for Harris south bend Indiana mayor people to judge led the pack of democratic contenders hauling in almost twenty five million dollars during the second quarter he's followed by former vice president Joe Biden at twenty two million Warren comes in

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Stars pay tribute to Penny Marshall

WBT's Morning News w/ Bo Thompson

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Stars pay tribute to Penny Marshall

"And she'll be missed. Husband, actor and director rob Reiner tweeting a touching tribute writing in part. I was very lucky to have lived with her and her funny bone. I will miss her and Tom Hanks remembering the woman who directed him in big and a league of their own saying goodbye penny. Man. Did we laugh a lot wish we still could Lauren Blanchard? Fox News WBZ news

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Penny Marshall, "Laverne & Shirley" star, dead at 75

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

03:28 min | 1 year ago

Penny Marshall, "Laverne & Shirley" star, dead at 75

"Was her name, and she had she already had that poll penny Marshall persona going at the time ended up. Starring a bit with rod, rob Reiner. And anyway, then she went on to do. Lebron Shirley, I think it was the for one thing. She was so distinct her voice her look the way she carried herself. I mean, you could she was a very very distinct character, and then Laverne, and Shirley, I think was itself a perfect vehicle for her and kind of unusual. It was a show about a working class women, and we had not seen a lot of working class shows. The honeymooners all the family, the Flintstones their benef- you. But these were, you know, independent women working in a wooded a brewery, and then they but at the same time they had some of that Lucy and Ethel thing going for them. Yeah. She she was wonderful on television, very distinct as you said, but but then after that transitioning to the role of producer. Director and involved with a number of very successful movies. Yeah. In in many ways, I think this may be her greatest legacy even beyond the big hit Laverne, and Shirley, which was a number two hit for a couple of years. Back in the eighties. When there were very few female directors directing big movies. Unfortunately, there are that many directing big movies now she was doing a big which was an enormous hit one of the signature movies of the nineteen eighties. Awakenings a league of their own as we got into the nineteen nineties these were big important movies, and she really very quickly after moving out of television became notorious the cinema always found it very interesting that the the group that started really with happy days. And of course, she had the spinoff Laverne, and Shirley, but of that group, you look at the people who came out and started working behind the scenes in movies and television the likes of her Henry Winkler, Ron Howard. Even who was it the plate. Potsy name escapes me right now. Most. I think has done some he played the the other bedspread. Yeah, I'm predicting visa actually Williams. There we go. But you're right. That whole from Gary Marshall who again started in sitcoms who became a big director to a large portion of that cast really became big in movies. And of course, Henry Winkler finally won his EMMY, and is now on the Kaminsky method, which is one of the more interesting new shows to come along in a couple of years. Robert, thank you so much for your perspective. Once again, getting word this morning that television star movie producer director penny Marshall has died at the age of seventy five after a battle with diabetes. We'll have more

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"rob reiner" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"rob reiner" Discussed on No Agenda

"Rob Reiner promise you some rob Reiner. The man is really unhinged, but you always have the rob Reiner clips. I figured I'd bring you too because you know, make cliffs. I put them in the newsletter. Now you've had some rob Reiner. We, rob Reiner is just speaking of Twitter. How can this guy still be on Twitter according to their rules? I don't know. He was on the never funny podcast, which I have not listened to previously, but I have to clips just to share to show you how one hint. I found it. This is what you're looking for. Beautiful. Miss my whistle. First of all, we know that they invaded with the election. The Russians we know that there has been conspiracy with some of the members of Trump campaign. We know they does was designed to help Trump win. The last little piece is how much Trump no about it. And did he participate if that turns out to be true, which I kind of believe that does, if that is that is the single biggest scandal in American history. And it's a standing to me that you've got Republicans just, you know, doing handsprings trying to keep us from knowing that. I mean, you know, because you seeing afford -tarian ISM rise all over the world, and Trump is embracing it with all these dictators, these thumbing his nose at all our allies. So where does that leave us? I mean, I want us to our democracy to survive a lot of good. Publican friends who are very thoughtful and very urban there is a Republican. There's no, no brand new? No, no, because those people are right on the side of wanting to preserve democracy. You've got some kind of weird, you know, elected Republican cult. I mean to listen to these guys go after Peter Struck today. It was astounding astounding. Just astounding to see that. So you know, we'll see what happens. We'll see what happens. I should've worn ram. I apologize we got into too late. We're very pro-trump on the. Also, I really stepped in. Whoa. Yeah, so we know we know we know. We know what did he know? Y'all know somebody knows, but here's the clip that proves it is driving him and his family crazy, rob, as I've said it a million times on the show, I addicted to Twitter because I think by the by the time I'm done scrolling, you go back to beginning today. It'll be a new thing, right? I know I'm gonna get to it. Oh, not today bed. I know up here. Isn't that crazy? Yes, that we're living like that that he is completely just taking over everything. My wife is like that she's in a state of craziness all all the time. I mean, she can't sleep. It's like, you know, right? Because you feel those feel like the mock Crecy could be slipping away some our but doesn't. I don't think it will, but you know, quit guarantees drives my wife crazy. Yeah, I can see that. I can see her. She's she's worse than he is. Yeah, I can sets very sad that this is taking place with these people because it's a daughters out of she's just as bad who's the daughter, who's the Reiner door thinking. We're am why she got a tweeter to a Twitter account. He's doing the same kind of nutty tweeting reach. Weedy other constantly Romney region Carl and are not the end. Carl to jumps in the old man. It's like they're completely insane to damnedest thing I've ever seen. They may have PD as well as tedious tedious is now, I guess the is that now an approved syndromes DSM five Trump arrangements. Intro should be. We have a new one vying which is actually has called SPD's, which is a great acronym. I had no idea existed. This is a study this kid that was just published. It was published. Was this is not just published. That's interesting. I've never seen this. It's it's about six months old. Frontiers and human neuro science is the publication that is a part of the NIH. So it's an official publication. Smart phone dependence s. PD oh yeah. Yeah, this we had a clip on this. I played a clip five shows ago that they were talking about this. Well, what I didn't know is let me see is that it actually alters white matter integrity in young adults was that in the clip that we discussed because I don't remember that part now..

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"rob reiner" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"rob reiner" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To homes than anyone america's number one show on pop culture and politics this is the michael medved show and another great day in this greatest nation on god's green earth but not such a great day if you're on the american left because it continues to be a day of of wringing and desperation and craziness and honest to goodness a for for those of us who tried to keep something of an open mind guys on the left women on the left the women's march the hollywood left all of you would you think for a moment of what you were doing to alienate anyone with any scrap of common sense in this country honest to goodness i've i've i've seldom saying ever because never's a long time i've seldom seen anything like this this is this is truly bizarre i mean okay rob reiner i like rob reiner he was he was on a high school debate team in another high school he was on the debate team with richard dreyfuss can you imagine and rob reiner when when i was a debater in in high school in l a and so rob reiner and he used to make wonderful movies really really wonderful movies but right now rob reiner has tweeted it's official trump who is now under investigation for obstruction of justice and conspiring with an enemy to destroy democracy has selected the judges who could rule on whether he can be forced to testify being diverted or pardon himself autocracy here we come vote okay so assuming that that the the left is now absolutely ensuring that brad kavanagh will be confirmed as an associate justice of the supreme court of the united states i mean really really michael moore michael moore has gone ahead and tweeted out what else do you need to know about breath kavanagh other than he worked with ken starr to impeach clinton worked to help w win bush v gore supreme court case and worked in both bush white houses recommended to bush to put a lido and roberts on the court he must be stopped how do you suggest stopping him michael moore i mean seriously there is a republican senate and i do think it is likely that saner heads will prevail with the republican senate heads like ben sasse now ben sasse is not some kind of trump loyalist in fact there were rumors that were percolating around fox news.

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"rob reiner" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"rob reiner" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is weekend edition from npr news i'm lulu garcia navarro shock and awe the new film directed by rob reiner and written by joey heart stone tells the true story of the run up to the iraq war and it was a story that was only accurately reported by one journalistic outfit knight ridder if every other news organization wants to be stenographers for the bush administration let them we don't right for people who send other people's kids to war we right for people whose kids get sent to war it's a story that is personal to me as a reporter in iraq in the run up to the invasion and i covered the consequences for many years after as a baghdadbased reporter and joining us now to talk about the film are rob reiner and joey heartstopping welcome to the program thanks for having us thank you so the title shockandawe is about the bush administration's bombing campaign in iraq at the start of the war so i'm going to start with you rob reiner why the story well i wanted to tell this story in two thousand and three right when it was happening i of draft age during vietnam war and i just never thought in my lifetime we'd be heading into war based on lies and i can see that unfolding and i wanted to make a film and i i thought maybe i'd do it as a satire like dr strangelove but i could never get a good script that i liked and then i saw this documentary by bill moyers where he interviewed these four journalists from nightmare later and i had no idea i i didn't know because they're kind of the unsung heroes yeah they they are i mean the fact of the matter is they got it all right and nobody paid attention joey hartson the american public now knows it was misled into the iraq war and that there were no wmd's but knight ridder was alone as rob there said in questioning the government about what it was doing and you take us into the newsroom what are you trying to show mostly these four guys and what struck me i think the most was that they were skeptical all along because i was nineteen at the time of nine eleven and so i just thought of it as this was just a mistake that happened and you know unfortunately we just didn't have all the information i think that was the big lesson from this story was that the truth is usually out there it is being given if you're willing to find it and listen and it's not that it's not that we only need twenty twenty hindsight to know what's right and wrong right there in in many ways this is a celebration of good journalism but also and i think you make this pretty clear in the film and indictment of many major news organizations who followed the drumbeat of for war yeah i think that it's understandable at times because you do get swept up but you have to go back to that single precept which is if the government says something is it true and a right now we're facing probably the greatest test of the fourth estate in my lifetime certainly when you have journalists that are working very hard to get to the truth and they're coming up against headwinds of an alternative truth which is put out by another set of journalists and so we're now debating what's true and what's not true well it was about to ask you when you were pretty vocal liberal and what do you mean what do you do i mean what do you mean i've seen you on fox news do you think this film has to tell us about this particular moment because you know some people on a subject for the george w bush days well they might be missed aljic only because they liked george w bush has a person but i think that if we just stopped the trump presidency now you would have to say that the bush presidency was worse in a way because they invaded a country in.

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"rob reiner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"rob reiner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is weekend edition from npr news i'm lulu garcia navarro shock and awe the new film directed by rob reiner and written by joey hardstone tells the true story of the run up to the iraq war and it was a story that was only accurately reported by one journalistic outfit knight ridder if every other news organization wants to be stenographers for the bush administration let them we don't right for people who send other people's kids to war we're right for people whose kids get sent to war it's a story that is personal to me as i was a reporter in iraq in the run up to the invasion and i covered the consequences for many years after as a baghdadbased reporter and joining us now to talk about the film are rob reiner and joey hartson welcome to the program thanks for having us thank you so the title shockandawe is about the bush administration's bombing campaign in iraq at the start of the war so i'm gonna start with you rob reiner why the story well you know i wanted to tell the story in two thousand three right when it was happening i you know i was of draft age during vietnam war and i just never thought my lifetime we'd be heading into war based on lies and i can see that unfolding and i wanted to make a film and i i thought maybe i'd do it as a satire like a doctor strangelove but i could never get a good script that i liked and then i saw this documentary by bill moyers where he interviewed these four journalists from knight ridder and i had no idea i didn't know no because they're kind of the unsung heroes yeah they they are i mean the fact of the matter is they got it all right and nobody paid attention joey the american public now knows it was misled into the iraq war and that there were no wmd's but knight ridder was alone as rob there said in questioning the government about what it was doing and you take us into the newsroom what are you trying to show mostly these four guys and what struck me the most was that they were skeptical all along because i was nineteen at the time of nine eleven and so i just thought of it as this was just a mistake that happened and unfortunately we just didn't have all the information i think that was the big lesson from this story was that the truth is usually out there it is being given if you're willing to find it and listen and it's not that it's not that we only need twenty twenty hindsight to know what's right and wrong right there in in many ways this is a celebration of good journalism but also and i think you make us pretty clear in the film and indictment of many major news organizations who followed the drumbeat of for war yeah i think it's understandable at times because you do get swept up but you have to go back to that single precept which is if the government says something is it true and a right now we're facing probably the greatest test of the fourth estate you know in my lifetime certainly when you have good journalists that are working very hard to get to the truth and they're coming up against headwinds of an alternative truth which is put out by another set of journalists and so we're now debating what's true and what's not true well it was about to ask you if you were pretty vocal liberal and what do you mean what are you do i mean what do you mean i've seen you on fox news do you think this film has to tell us about this particular moment because you know some people want a subject for the george w bush days well they might be missed algebra only because they liked george w bush as a person but i think that if we just stopped the trump presidency now you.

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'Shock and Awe' now in theaters: A review

Pat Farnack

02:25 min | 2 years ago

'Shock and Awe' now in theaters: A review

"Cbs news special report the justice department has just announced indictments against twelve russian intelligence officers it says hacked into the democratic national committee and hillary clinton campaign computer networks in two thousand sixteen deputy attorney general rod rosenstein use a scheme known as spear phishing which involves sending misleading email messages and tricking the users into disclosing their passwords and security information cbs's paula reed the justice department is involved in a name and shame game day name names for these russian intelligence officers who specifically did what they were two units one work to steal information the other work to disseminate it in an effort to impact our elected president trump has repeatedly called the investigation a witch hunted fake news but these aren't the first indictments for this over twenty people and three businesses so while people have been critical of this sound even calling it a witch hunt there has been a pretty significant yield from this investigation news special report i'm peter king wcbs new news time twelve fifty one time now for the lions dan war planning group has been set up in the building where i work which building the one with five sites oh boy the new movie shock and awe is now in theaters directed by rob reiner we're live now with our critic jeffrey lyons for a review what did you think well rob underplays the life editor of the nightmare new services and they apparently were the only ones who questioned the run up to the war in iraq and tommy lee jones is one of the co stars and rob reiner also directed and opponents of that theory that that it was a they were all duped we'll call it just a bit of propaganda but it's a pretty exciting movie and james marston senate and a meal jovovich and woody harrelson was always interesting on screen so it's a good statement about how we were all duped are a lot of people were joked about getting into the war in iraq and the other big movie this week of course a skyscraper with dwayne johnson hanging from a building trying to rescue his family he'll never get out of it pat never never last movie it's to pack the theater and then eighth grade a wonderful movie of coming of age of kids in middle school starring elise fisher who gives a who gives advice on the internet every night but can't follow it in real life and it's a tender intelligent coming of age movie not for young kids not for perhaps not even for middle schoolers but parents should see it to get a good perspective on their their twitter okay well.

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"rob reiner" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"rob reiner" Discussed on Kickass News

"I'm happy to welcome rob reiner back to the show he's the academy award nominated actor director behind some of the most beloved films of the past few decades from princess bride and when harry met sally to misery a few good men and the bucket list his latest film stars woody harrelson james marsden tommy lee jones and himself as the only journalists who got it right about the iraq war and the weapons of mass destruction the movie's called shock and awe rob reiner welcome to the podcast thanks for having me it will it's such a pleasure to sit down with you again i can't believe that i'm already saying this but for anyone who is too young to remember nine eleven or the first days of the war in iraq remind us what the title of the film shockandawe comes from well that was the phrase that the bush administration used as a way of describing what they were going to do upon the and the invasion of iraq and their bombing of baghdad who they were say we're going to be shocking all we're just going to shock them into submission yeah it's just going to be an easy liberation cakewalk as as they said now i know that you've been wanting to do a film about iraq for probably a few years now how did you land on this particular angle well it's interesting because i actually wanted to do a film about this right after the invasion i was mortified by what was happening i i'm you know i was of draft as you're in vietnam war and i just couldn't believe that twice in my lifetime we were going to be going to war based on lies and i there's a there's a character in the film playing by james marsden warren strobel and he has a line where he says it felt like you're watching your child run into the street and feeling helpless to stop them from getting hit by the truck and that's the way i felt about it i thought how did this happen i mean it was so obvious that it was based on on lies and based on no real rationale well so i started thinking about how to approach it in my initial thought was to do it as a satire like a doctor strangelove kind of thing and i worked with larry gelbart is a great writer but we couldn't get a script we liked and then i worked with another writer trying to make a dramatic and then i saw this documentary by bill moyers who was the press secretary for lyndon johnson and his matter of fact his quote is right at the beginning of film which is a democracy essentially to say democracy is dependent on a free and independent press we have to have nor to have a healthy democracy and and in this documentary he you know he he interviewed these four great journalists from knight ridder news who got it all right they got everything right they there was zeitgeist that the time people were patriotic they were traumatized by nine eleven and many of them didn't want to go against the bush administration for field being called unpatriotic but these guys dug deep and they got it all right and that became the basis for the film because i saw okay this is the way in yeah you're breaking some new ground here because we've seen plenty of good movies about the combat aspect of iraq the hurt locker american sniper jar head etc but i can't think of a film that actually delves into the most important topic how the hell we got there exactly and that was the thing that drove me crazy because everybody knows war is hell that theme we've seen no matter whether you agreed or disagreed with going to warn rock but i like i say i saw us go to war in vietnam during the sixties thought this is really immoral and illegal and wrong and it's not good foreign policy i saw it happening again and i said why isn't anybody telling the real story of what happened here and it took this long to tell it and what's interesting is now it's coming out at a time when the press is under attack and being called the of the people being called fake news and here we have the press now working very hard to try to get to the truth and get the truth to the people about what trump is about what he did with the with the.

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"rob reiner" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"rob reiner" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Rob reiner and studio we're all huge fans of all his movies for refresh you stand by me when harry met sally few good men princess bride and spinal somehow comedies fall off a little bit over time sometimes it's actually better as you get smarter as you get more references on i i saw i grew up in north holland it's like when they went boston's out of big college town i just took them at their word because i didn't know anyone wanted a boss there's a fine line between stupid and clever that's right i was stupid rob the new movie and so have local news for you because i grew up might houses in north hollywood my grandparents house on wilkinson straight right and my mom's house on houston's right and then later my dad's house on heart soak see goes all that we done e street was right near the right in that area i remember as a kid i went to colfax elementary and your daughter who i just found out earlier today was dopp did daughter tracy tracy tracy yes i was your pennies daughter yeah any s daughter went to colfax elementary right go with you she was there where the same age you're the same age yeah then i then you were born in nineteen sixty four that is correct wow and we're looked so much younger i know you know when you're not enjoying yourself and are not getting laid and yeah indoors ally you don't age it's amongst existence the so i remember tracy and i remember where you guys lived he lived on the corner have like a big house with ivy and stuff like all sort in the front and then i remember thinking god is meathead and penny marshall's yeah because between all in the family and laverne and shirley and like happy days and stuff like those that grazie alad i don't know if a penny was doing laverne and shirley when we lived there we moved to nco i think maybe the last year but we that was like a a big mansion we spent like ninety thousand dollars for that house crazy and big double lot and yes i remember when we gotta check what year laverne and shirley head but we were all massive all in the family fans my fam like the one show we all we all watch together and in everyone loved it and i and i i in a loved your character and meathead arching it was it was also so good and and it's the example of the show that everyone goes could you do that show today and i could never really understand it because i've always used that as an example trying to do a tv show where it's like once you to be nice and it's like well how would it be if archie was nice to meet head and somebody actually said cbs i was arguing with them about like somebody needs to be the heavy we need to have a villain we need a bond villain we got some of the fight against you have that show that shows called the trump administration we are there we're in that show is a reality show that is very frightening it's kind of it's it's interesting that we we need.

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"rob reiner" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"rob reiner" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Talk to your local farmers six about all right so i think we'll take a break that's what we'll do and then we'll bring in we'd like to try to figure out the rob reiner poll facts elementary tracy more than anything muslims here in any other moves if had to move between the sixth grade and the seventh grade over to the west side must santa monica palisades malibu we have time we'll get to the movie which might not have time yes we we shall as well and something incredible which is james marsden was in this movie at the end they do that thing i enjoy all movies where they show the actual person they're playing quickey snippet from the news room where the guy walked by the lead character when the lead characters walked by and i was like that james marsden and it's like no that's from the day that's like oh it looks exactly like james mars indices walked as he walked past him and then i got the guy played james mars really like james the james mars relocate changed rats and then they said he didn't play that party the other guy like you can show show walking pass it's even better when he walks past the camera it's two seconds at the end of the film like oh that guy looks in play a guy played the other guy oh yeah i just as soon when they showed the clip of both of you could tell one was supposed to be what he wants james yeah the white house would say nothing you'll see him walk hose we realize that that would have been like such weird all right we'll get to the bomber that we'll talk rob reiner right after that adam and drew back together again hey buddy hey man why should people listen to us every single day drew because they complain that we're not around anymore and where are you guys come back a little bit hold we've been back the whole time that list every day and i think the world needs a nice dose.

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"rob reiner" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"rob reiner" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Together here in our number three eight four four two four riches the number to dial one of the many reasons why love doing a show like this m y you know to be very honest with you fought very hard to get show like this and been working towards this is not only just an opportunity to chat with you and give two cents on opinion eight on on occasion but to to have what just happened happen which is putting nick swisher and rob reiner in the same room and have them chit chat which is happening agreement these these wisher reiner summit is gone down right now bro so that was fun with nick swisher in our number two and our number three rob reiner about to join us his new film shock and all what in which he's acting and directed released through direct tv cinema already so you can check it out right here on direct tv if you are watching us on audiences we're hoping that you do and it's theaters friday july thirteenth and it's an important film because it's about journalism and having gone to the middle school of journalism i love films about journalism and showing you people who do yeoman's work on the front lines of holding government accountable and speaking truth to power and this is another film in that jon rao shock and awe about group of journalists covering the plan invasion of iraq in two thousand three and on covered about the president's claim that saddam hussein had weapons of mass destruction and and dug into it in a way that few journalists did at the time and it's an important film what he harrelson and james marsden play these platies journalists in and rob reiner plays the the washington bureau chief fella named john walcott so it's a real story and he's gonna come out and talk about that as well as his love for the dodgers who are in first place right now it's pretty amazing belgium and brazil are underway francis already moved on so that's what's going on in the world cup it's minute three between belgium and brazil did i say that with the proper inflection bras e okay so i already called in show talk about it's interesting the two names of the players that i said what's what what is lebron coming the lakers what is it kintu like what what comes close he mentioned when he was younger bob makhdoom coming to play for the lakers and they chime score when he called bob macadear is no and he said no joke yeah but bob macadear is name gets lost amongst the goat pasture that hangs in the rafters in staples including the number of shack but shack wasn't nearly as a ccomplish as lebron is coming here i mean lebron's come to wrap his career up and start his next and you know and have his people talk to people like rob reiner.

Carmelo and La La Anthony among 1,000 mourners for slain Bronx teen as six more suspects ID'd in machete killing

Hugh Hewitt

03:24 min | 2 years ago

Carmelo and La La Anthony among 1,000 mourners for slain Bronx teen as six more suspects ID'd in machete killing

"The rest of the day rob reiner was on msnbc with joy reed though and this is what i think is going to lead to the trump victory this kind of statement cut number seventeen the truth of the matter is there is no crisis except for the one that donald trump created there is no crisis here but he created one and clearly all he's interested in at this point let's cut to the chase this is about racism this is pure and simple racism that's all it says he's hoping that the people who support him we'll be ginned up and running to the polls to make sure that brown people don't come in america get back rob reiner i've worked with before on proper cannon get along with well as calling trump supporters racist it's pretty naked you're racist that give voted for donald trump donny deutsch picture and nazi i don't you're in the middle of a nonstop actionpacked information blitz the hugh hewitt show is coming right back america nation built by hard work when we get knocked down we get back up now we're making a comeback starting to grow faster than we have in years wages are going up we have more job reason people looking to fill the american trade free trade is essential to that prosperity power our economy creating jobs but we could be risking it all because terrorists will raise prices in america hurting american workers in small business owners hurting farmers who get penalized selling food overseas hurting families raising children if we wanna keep growing we must keep trading not tax ourselves with tariffs and make our businesses less competitive attacked american trade support freedom oppose tariffs paid for by freedom partners chamber of commerce this is the hugh hewitt show news opinion passion this is am nine seventy the answer sixty eight degrees and skies are clear what's going on we have the answer hundreds of people are mourning the death of a bronx teenager who was hacked to death by machetewielding gang at a local data a wake was held yesterday for fifteen year old her boozman felise an aspiring young police officer to cops say was killed in a case of mistaken identity seven people are in custody in connection with his killing and police say they are members of the dominican gang trinitaria several celebrities have publicly mourn guzman felices death including rappers cardi b and former nick star carmelo anthony and his wife la la anthony carmelo anthony visited the teams family and makeshift memorial and another way is planned for tuesday had a funeral on wednesday elsewhere westchester man is facing a felony rape charge for allegedly having sex with the teen girl police have charged forty year old victor gonzalez with one count of third degree rape investigators say he engaged in sex with a girl from kent but didn't say when the alleged activity happened kansallis has been sent to westchester county jail and he's due back in court on thursday in sports the yankees beat the film at least four to two and the mets lost to the pirates by a score of six to four traffic around the five boroughs a bit busy in.

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Rob Reiner Shreds Robert De Niro for His ‘F– Trump’ Outburst: ‘You’re Helping Trump’

Mike Gallagher

01:36 min | 2 years ago

Rob Reiner Shreds Robert De Niro for His ‘F– Trump’ Outburst: ‘You’re Helping Trump’

"Mike gallagher busy busy day wasn't supposed to work today but i thought i cannot work when the north korean summits underway we got the aftermath of the g seven summit we got all this great stuff to talk about we're streaming today mike online dot com on morning joe joe scarborough and mika and all those the typical sort of antitrump diatribe was was sort of put on the backburner as they were reacting to deniro's obscene outburst echoing what a lot of people were saying these these guys not realize they're hurting the opposition to trump they're hurting that movement listen to what they said the people that applauded deniro's statement last night don't understand they are helping donald trump's reelection every time they do something like that they don't understand if your if your goal as apparently robert de niro's goal is to take down the president it's the wrong way to do it you're playing right into his hands at montgomery alleged gooder reelect him and twenty twenty is a ways off you know it's not a long time off the midterms the midterms and that's coming in november that's coming just around the corner.

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"rob reiner" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"rob reiner" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"But i like her but i can't believe i'm tracked yeah yeah so we walked back to the set and i kind of talked to her a little and then after i said berry you know maybe you know find out if it's okay to call so it was okay yeah it was okay it's weird i have the same story rather i saw i saw michelle she is hot funny who's that renders like fuck him yeah maybe a radio he doesn't eat pussy like i do i'm gonna get her that's what i said rob worked out yet it's young what good luck no stephanie now why they worked basement rob reiner's rob reiner whatever michelle jesus you shallow motherfucker listen rum yes ma'am you've often said if you win the nobel prize they will write meet head wins the nobel prize i think we'll win the nobel crowds you're my hero you're everything by that by that meeting fucking michelle if i divorced michelle be more of your hero right she won't go for me suddenly she'll be like oh now you're with what the fuck who's that now right who who you look at next never mind listen rob reiner what's gonna happen in this okay let's just check her news alerts maybe maybe resigned fuck no he didn't no he didn't know he didn't reside okay what's going to happen next with this whole muller world war three thing what's what's what's happening wrong it's gonna it's gonna take a little while and i think that he's going to go down fighting fire muller he's going to try i think he will trophy by rosenstein he's gonna fire sessions it's not so easy to do because there's only a few ways that you can get rid of mahler one is to get rosenstein to fire muller or another is to get fire sessions and get another torney general in there to file muller and i don't think those people are going to do so the then there's the third way which is you could rescind the rule in the justice department that sets up the special special counsel rule and you could get that out of there and then directly fire him but that's gonna take a lot of legal wrangling so i don't know that it's going to be so easy our friend nancy says it's it's too late this is too far i there's already too much evidence you know.

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"rob reiner" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"rob reiner" Discussed on WGTK

"Rob winer eu member who he is member a all in the family meet head on all the family long time hollywood actor and director he's a hard core lefty he's a hard core live he's one of the worst of the worse i mean in in hollywood he's one of the most live in hollywood he's one of the most leftists in hollywood rob reiner's and and let's say in something this has been bugging me for two days because two days ago rob reiner tweeted talking about the show the shut shutdown he tweeted the following make no mistake this shutdown boils down to one thing racism republicans are scared to death of the browning of america republicans will lose this last big battle of the civil war because diversity is our strength so says hollywood leftists rob reiner eight five five six four to fifty six hundred eight five five six four to fifty six hundred the government shutdown according to him it's all about racism it's all about republicans not wanting brown in black people to come to america that's what this whole thing is about we just don't want brown and black people here because were racist oh did you know that did you know that about you let me tell you about me i'm not scared of the browning of america i don't give a damn about the browning of america i don't give a damn what colour anybody is i don't give a damn what colour you if you want to come here you see i just believe that no matter what colour you are follow me follow me that that if you want to come here you've got to come here legally that's all i believe white black brown yellow pink bluegreen whatever the hell color you are i believe if you wanna come here you got to come here legally.

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"rob reiner" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"rob reiner" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"Look at hardy's we think that if you're hungry and you have five bucks you deserve a satisfying meal wife one of our new fivedollar allstar meals loaded with american classic arbor all doubled he's barter not dog fries drink even a warm cookie but hey that's not your thing could always breakouts her degree in menu engineering piece something together from the other guys value menu or just swing by harding's get yourself a real meal the fivedollar allstar meals there's no better way to spend five viceministers river or learn a lesson why excellent one weinstein rape investigation bergdorf sent its i'm tim mcguire within ap newsmen at new york city police chief a detective robert boyce has investigators believe actress pas de la where does 2010 rape allegation made against harvey weinstein is credible if this person was still in new york um and it was recent we drove runaway emit dearest no doubt but we're talking about seven year old case who have to move forward gathering evidence first police say delaware to didn't come forward earlier because she was afraid of damaging a career and wasn't sure anyone would believer army sergeant beaubourg dole sentenced a reduction in ranked to private dishonorable discharge but no prison time former army prosecutor geoffrey corn says he never expected bergvall delta get a lengthy prison sentence because of his five years in taliban captivity i thought maybe a year or two just two for the optics of it but i couldn't believe the dishonorable discharge was going to be a key element of punishment president trump has called the sentence a disgrace i'm tim mcguire.

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"rob reiner" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"rob reiner" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"One of the great wave not the greatest television shows ever and then share bucks three beloved films i would say all three of those films are are greatly beloved films that's pre and then you guys two days after that or did you guys do anything else no guy he knows somebody very closely goes to bed with every night i think oh oh he is rob reiner no and he made when harry meets oh yeah that's right you did do other things i got a few other things yes i talk about a couple of those words would well we we demand aramis alleyen and misery and few good man and you know go som don't don't talk about the latest data the one i wanna come out here oh yeah yeah okay i wanted to do an hour and thirty five minutes john lbj which eyesore just three months ago and the premier with lower fares and 1200 other people and i was balloon away when he harrelson plays lbj lyndon baines johnson i mean i saw a what's his name do a brilliant travel and broadway brian kraenzlein cranston i loved wearing his as liberator as an actor anthem in as a person this or personnel concur world going him and he was wonderful woody harrelson does altogether different and great and great and rob reiner made film so brilliantly made you know there is there some films that i think of as that down in it couldn't have been made by anybody that i know that's too much that's too far too too it's too good.

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"rob reiner" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"rob reiner" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"A friend who shot sung with the stones and we ended up at his house and he was quoting your movie oh that's that's cool and it was it was the for and so course watched it immediately and while another nvidia another movie that norman a bank roldan supported was the brinza's pride which you know to this day is like this you know turned into whatever and i was doing in auditions for printed and i'm and i had a meeting with sting you know from police yeah he came in because i think he was going to play one of the you know maybe the prince or something like that and it didn't work out but but he said to me see watched the film final tap he said i've seen her fifty time he says every time i look at i don't know whether to laugh or cry was so close to his life but praises ride there are a handful of whom that you can call beloved yet i mean taking the word for everything it might mean literally and emotionally and spiritually and so forth prince his bride is love it and people come up him they have princes bright weddings they say as you wish people quoted all the time i mean now i've got this another generation so you got get people at salt when they rate or nine years old now have eight or nine year old and they're introducing their kids who had so it's it's really cool i have a personal story i my when i first met my.

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"rob reiner" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"rob reiner" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"Learn i don't i was an apprentice i built scenery bell you know painted sets things like that then i did a nun another season of sonesta and then by the time well norman know me from the time get but i think you know they had a state did all the family with two other pilots four was on cbs was on abc and there were two other sets of mike in gloria the same same same leads archie say marci same edith and the same script right and mike i would add david rent a great way where it greater piece of luck in the world wouldn't have known it at the time was abc thing know the first time right they put in making the complete no because they could because they were laughing so hard but certainly picked up an option to caused me to make it a second time that's the way the contract was drawn for the caused me to make it a second time and i made it with two younger people still not rob and weill and salish weiss yeah and those right same scrap name script same leeds and and then the third time they came in and i audition you know where the bunch a lot of other people yeah and you know i had done i was working for andy griffith at the time i was riding on a tv series that he not the andy griffith show with yet another shortlived series call headmaster and and i wrote the script that i acted in an norman saw that needs liked it and so there you have anyone in an audition i i what i did on titian iron giraldo people actually audition was i think i dish with penny marshall or or she came in an audition her but i don't think i addition would sally but but but look the blessing.

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"rob reiner" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"rob reiner" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Talk warn is in atlanta warren you are on the mark arum show hey how's it going man what's going on rather i would have to say that a couple of my favorites will be quentin tarantino and imbert on my favorite and it acted on another director to opt out my head at the princess ride if any you guys know that one that you to who directed that i'm sure but our economic that i find it really and rob reiner rob reiner daca on one thing that i really think that they're going to thing is though westworld theory on hbo love yeah whoever your wrecking that is absolutely killing a man aged awesome that is i believe it's edgar treiguts is the director of westwood series speaking of rob rider i this is rob reiner and you're listening to the mark arum show hello john hughes rest in peace a director there every 80s classic movie he did so good reads up next on the program hello read while we wonder tobon under but green groups all know all the fiery thank you brother i appreciate what you are earlier will waive very raw charter uh read on what because the j r gary uh your you got a mood that you're not coming out very thing in the mirror plugging moment local radio sherlock i will or liver who the local radio show an got what are your opener nfl buyout uh lyndon johnson is certain growth burger nokia nah yeah are not don't come out yet with a report a local radio station is charlotte uh in our favour just bear create grow up without an actually come out check that out buford rhody harrelson year what are your yeah i love what he harrelson i love williamson yeah he's given drunk from woody from cheers he's he's developed a really amazing career what am i look it up on him woody here are just looked up his lead heroes in his new movie it's got about elliot it's a jonathan nolan christopher nolan's brother directs what's world oh yeah i think i knew that four or forty seven two zero seven fifty one eight hundred wsb talk at that time every monday at eight thirty eight janika bossa joins is.

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"rob reiner" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit

Pop Culture Affidavit

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"rob reiner" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit

"Other director was rob reiner who i have to point out because i was i was thinking about this and i said this wanna covered stand by me last year around this time when my friend mike bailey that if you look at rob reiner's resume from 1984 to about nineteen ninety six there's one bad movie on that entire list which is north which is which is the movie that made roger ebert go i heated hated hated hated hated this but just rob reiner's list the films offer 84th ninety six include uh this is spinal tap the sure thing which i consider one of the under rated comedies thethese standby me the princess bride in '87 when harry met sally in eighty nine misery a few good men uh the north american president and then ghosted mississippi so like you have this string of a really really well regarded movies some of which were huge heads and this this did make money it wasn't a complete box office bomb it wasn't like gum eddie in the cruiser heather's or or one of those movies that uh really only found its footing on video uh there was a sixty million dollar budget in made thirty point eight million dollars it made its budget bakken and almost a double that in fact it was the 41st highest grossing film of 1987 in forty second was revenge the nerds two nerds in paradise in thirty nine was can't buy me love the patrick dempsey classic number one movie in 1987 by the way three men and a baby so that's kind of the the gist of its performance and stuff and what i'm going to do right now is in the north give us a plot summary the princess bride opens in the bedroom of a young boy play by fred savage who is homesick from school his mom brings his grandfather played by peter falk in news room in grandpa polls at a book entitled the princess bride by s morgenstern intel's in that he's going to read it to him just like he heard it from his father and grandfather when he was a kid the grandson reluctantly agrees we spend the rest of the film inside the book occasionally going back to the framing device especially when the grandson interjects about how the book is a kissing book.

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"rob reiner" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"rob reiner" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"And alec is a friend of mine we brew playing tennis over the summer and i said you know i think you should you trump and he's i can't i were having a baby apopka of already committed rob reiner per movie and i've got these match game of banco while it's most important election of our lifetime potentially and it's the male lead and it's only five shows that's you know already only gonna to be of i mean there wasn't any way particularly in this building that thought there was yeah he is and so i thought and he went by kantor non one once again it's the most important lesson of our lifetime is five shows new have the male so on the way home he called me and he responses and so there was a lot of he the amount of stress he they were having their third child dividend have three under three he'd committed to this movie he would so we were constantly moving stuff around and i always thought that for for me because i know alec so well i think i was thinking he'd be great at it and he was thinking i don't have a prompt you know and win and we didn't really see it till the day off we saw the wig we saw tests on all of that but it became i just know he can do that but whereas an actor would be released doubt had you was the only precedent for him and then also firm louis mccarthy doing spice aha and in terms of brain somebody is not a part of the cast and having them shell throughout the season as somebody.

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