11 Burst results for "Robertson Nero"
"robertson nero" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"I think you're right cause I did watch it recently and it's a good movie, but I do think it does end with New Year's And the only other one I could think of. Was The Godfather. Part Two Godfather part two whether the New Year's Eve party when Michael tells Fredo I knew it was you Now does that make it a New year's themed movie? Or does it just happen to be a movie that has New Year's in it? So what's the difference? Well, one of them the holiday Christmas movies are really centered around the Christmas and Christmas time, but people say Die hards, a Christmas movie. It just happens to occur around Christmas wasn't isn't a movie that occurs around New Year's on New Year's Eve movie or New Year's Day movie, I guess so. But diehard takes place all during that same day, whereas if a movie like when Harry met Sally that takes place over the course of years instead of just the one instance in trading places and at least a similar time frame, I don't know exactly when the beginning and end of it is, but it's relatively quick during Christmas. Yeah, exactly. So there's the least confined area there. So I could see the argument then did you ever hear of that movie on New Year's Day? It was like massive romcom ensemble carriers Day. I think it's called New Year's Day. Jessica Alba. It's one of those movies where it's one of those giant. Everybody's in it. Like who I got to find it because Well, that while saying and doing the show prep, Yeah. Um, if you would like to tell us what a good new year's movie is 1 802 831 on 1.5. If there even is such a thing, Or maybe that's just a figment of my imagination and we'll move on 1 802 831 on 1.5 Michelle Pfeiffer's innit? Zac Effron is in it. Robertson Nero, is it? Wow, Halle Berry's innit Commons in it. Just good deals in it. Seth Meyers is in it. What year is this? This is from 2011. Don't remember New Year's Day of New Year's Eve. Excuse me is the actual name of it. New Year's Eve two years 5.7 on IMDb, So I don't know that's but that one's a little bit more on the nose, and at least that, one says and then Idol New Year's Eve in It all revolves around the course on New Year's Eve with several couples and singles in New York City, so that one is a very strict new year's theme to it. Yeah, it's in the title. Exactly where some of these just revolve around the day. I don't know you could do the argument of well like the die hard argument of it Takes place on Christmas isn't Christmas movie If it does have New year's in it. Think New Year's is different because New Year's is treated differently than Christmas. When Christmas is more of Ah, An event The New Year's Day. Christmas is a whole season. New Year's is New Year's You Can I was gonna say you can kind of two days you come New Year's Eve, which always bleeds into New Year's Day. So if it's about either one New Year's Eve or New Year's Day account of the New year's move, because that's the way you phrased it is a New year's movie. Okay, You got two different days to choose from. You get to toe work with at least so we're gonna take your phone calls coming up at 123 1 on 1.5. We know there are plenty of Christmas movies and Christmas specials. We learned a couple weeks ago that there are a ton of Thanksgiving movies, even though you might not think of Thanksgiving is a holiday. Has a lot of movies, but but apparently there are so we want to know about the holiday this week. We have New Year's Eve coming up in the New Year's day. So is there such a thing? Is there such an animal as a New year's movie at 1 802 831 on 1.5? It's to 18 years, New Jersey fester traffic.
"robertson nero" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"You can tell that the key FOB is inside just by looking at the car because the car will configure itself in a certain manner. Sofia whole WCBS news radio 8 80 WCBS news time to 22. This is lying. Ted Radio. I'm Jeffrey Lyons. Looking at movies around the corner. Half brothers comes next month about a Mexican man who learns he has a half brother who's Americans, so they meet and go on a road trip to track their father's faithful trip from Mexico to north of the border. Under the two women who murdered Kim Jong un's half brother at an airport. Remember them assassins traces them and tries to divine if they were pawns, or who ordered the killing. The guess who the stand and stars Drew Barrymore as a struggling comedic actors who stands in for someone else and who apparently doesn't suffer fools lightly. Jimmy Fallon plays himself in a cameo. Very excellent. Mr Dundee stars Paul Hogan member him as Crocodile Dundee. Well, he replace a man about to be knighted, but first has to clean up his reputation and ask corners Robertson, Nero, Tommy Lee Jones and Morgan Freeman team and the Comeback trail about movie producers in debt to the mob. Movies around the corner and the Lions, then that's lying. Then radio I'm Jeffrey Lyons. WCBS news radio 8 80 years lifestyles on limited founder and CEO self made multimillionaire and national radio host del Wamsley on getting the information you need to get through this, So you ask yourself. Isn't this the wrong time to get out of the stock market Very well could be, But maybe it might go down and then you ask yourself, man. If I would've had some of that money, I could have used it. People gonna be afraid and the people are in real state that they're losing money. You're going to be afraid they're gonna want to get out. When they do. We're gonna be able to go in and buy it very advantageous prices. That are going to change our family shoot you. Quite honestly. So you need information on how to do that..
"robertson nero" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Go to Miami. We're going to Miami. You ever seen speed But movie? Oh, please don't let this bus dropped below 70 speak their coats. Perfect. Speed kills to be killed both Cliff Branch and the move, you know? Yeah, I think that's a bad rap. I didn't think it was all that bad. Branch was on that bus to okay. Degrees. Ralph Kramden was a bus driver Honeymoon. About this. Hey, you know, it was a hell of a running back in Alabama. He used to ride the bus. Forrest Gump. The bus when he was a kid. I had some tough times on the bus, but it forged a toughness in it up. It could have been a rada. Yeah, I remember my first time would have been a Ranger. Dude gonna react when I saw a little bit of great Raider Bear. Bryant told me about him, but But the New York Giants took him first. Yeah, dude, so yeah. Do this almost opens the door. If we didn't have an NBA draft this week, I'd almost call for a list Three Greatest bus incidents in pop culture history. Polly do I believed it Did long took Deng. Was he on the bus? At some point in 60? No longer song didn't ride the bus, but Molly Ringwald did. And so did Joan Q Sack with the naked, Okay in the face mask and all that for you. Ah, Billy Madison did one of the greatest okay and murder for you Honestly. The NBA draft. If it wasn't for the draft, yet call for a list. I really would well and also more if I got to throw this out, because you would want to know this. I know your whole your personality type. You always want these factories after your incredible meeting with one of the exes of guitar player extraordinaire Billy Gibbons, you should know that one of the great ZZ top songs seriously, it's on their greatest hits one of the great tracks there early tracks. I've been waiting for the bus all day. Okay. There you go. Okay. Marcie, As I told you when I was living in Ireland that pop punk band Fatima mansions with song on Lee, losers Take the bus. Please have mercy but waiting for the bus all day. Overnight Date checks in bus scene in Bull Durham, legendary when when Cosner gives the whole breakdown of what it's like to be in the show. We got a great one fighter planes, trains and automobiles make out with Steve Martin stayed one. Good one. Murph got a big one for you now. Got a big one. This is once for you, Uh, slap shot, dude, it's all right. And we're coming home. The bus Scene. Yeah, maybe the most. The most feel good bus scene of all Polly Hanson brothers. Take a sledgehammer to the bus. Yeah, And they say, why are you doing it? He said making it look me and right. Remember that in the bus with a sledgehammer s So anyway, these are all great examples around. I love a good bus. Why we did it. It's why we took the lab because I am a huge fan of bus culture. I wanted every breed to appreciate our bus. The bus stop. Ridiculous. Next question sucks. My exhaust Andy in different runs on diesel this'll Raydor chief game is now gone. Five star gold plated NFL hype level Really great. It's awful, man. All right, Jim Gray. We'll see if he wrote a bus at any point. His life, Uh, joins us on the other side. Thank God for the Raiders and the Chiefs and John Crews out out the Giants sf Community back in the seventies. Question is ridiculous. You're right. Two candles. State. Maybe there was a bus driver with a snide remark. Paul Coates. I mean, probably go on bachelor party. I believe Tom Hanks is driving a bus. Isn't it? Remember? I don't know. I believe I believe. Yes, I believe in none yet. He says a sister when it all gets out at one point to think he says a sister you want? What do you say we get together after vespers? Remember? There comes another one. Now through the flood gates were opening. I'm remembering now, Murph in a Bronx tale. Robertson Nero drives the bus. Yeah. Yes, Drivers Kramden on and Yeah, yeah. Always like void Going where The weather is going to suit my clothes. Don't walk in here and I believe in Seinfeld Does this end up with Cramer on the bus at the end of the midnight can become absolutely absolutely. I ain't going to no Bellevue. Totally dude. All right. Jim Gray's got a new book out. He's talked to all the ghosts culture. Don't forget it into we could do it tomorrow. I mean, listen, I mean, my bus juices are flowing. Right, because the draft is the drafts Wednesday night, so we're not. I mean, Thursday's the big day to talk about the dread we could call for one tomorrow. You know, it's a lot of money. He breaks him out of it. Don't forget when he breaks him out of the, uh, the bus on the fields at home. Did you take him on the field trip to the boat? They used the bus and a boat on that one man. We already exhausted all of them to. We can't even do a list now in this Billy Madison. Chris Farley is like the lunatic barely right. Pissed on as the bus driver..
"robertson nero" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"But it's time now for movie jeopardy. Lisa Wolfe, you're back. We'll play audio clips from popular movies and I'll try to name the movie while you play along at home. Rightly, son. That's exactly right, Carl. So this addition of Hollywood 3 60 will be doing Joe Pesci movie show fashion. He's a lot of fun. I've got a lot of background on Joe, Is there gonna be a lot of peeping out of his words? Because he know our letter words a lot. Worked pretty hard. We're going to avoid any of those four letter word and go from there. We're going to keep this a family show. The first movie we're going to start with is a 1990 crime film. Still, I never saw Jimmy so happy. It was like a kid way have money coming in through my Pittsburgh people. And even after wild Lufthansa thing began to calm down. Made Jimmy so happy that morning was that this was the day that Tommy was being made. I am going to take a wild guess right and say that is good fellow. That is good, fellas. That is right. What a fantastic movie. I can't believe it's from 1990. There you go. Of course, the film started. Robert De Niro, Ray Liotta, Joe Pesci. Um and did you know that Martin Scorsese who directed this film initially titled The film Wise Guy? No. Yeah, no. There you go. And there was a lot of improv and add living in this. Yes, because Martin Scorsese gave the actors that opportunity and that freedom to do that on I think that's part of what makes that movie is so fantastic. Oh, and it was nominated for six Academy Awards, and Joe Pesci won for best supporting actor. One of the greatest crime dramas of all time. Great. All right, we're going to change gears here a little bit this also in 1990 film, but it's a comedy starring Joe Pesci. Come on, get me You guys give up or you thirsty for more. That is home alone. But a great film produced by John and I Feel like a genius. I got to write. I know you're going to like these. Of course. That was a year genius. Who is hunky Culkin. Something like that. Macaulay Culkin, You got better good. But Catherine Oh, Herro is the mob was so good. This movie held the record for highest grossing live action comedy until it was over, taken by the hangover part to are to are too right. Oh, no. Where near as good as part one. I agree with you. All right. This next film is one of my favorites. Of course, its stars Joe Pesci, and this clip is one of my favorite moments from the film. So would you say you got a better shot of them going in and not so much coming out? You could say that. I did say that. Would you say that? Yeah. Is it possible? The two youths. To what To you, too. Okay. That is my cousin Vinny. Yes, This is a 1990 domain. Where is the Tomei? And that was that was the fireman Munsterman Monster, And we add Vincent Gabby, the lawyer had recently what a great movie and Marisa Tomei won the Academy Award for best supporting actress. She was She was great. She is and that that scene with the Utes. That is you. Buttes that is, and that is a great moment. Filmmaking. Okay, this next film is a hit three out of three year deal on a second. This is from these Are these are Carl movies? Yes. Is a Carl cat. I love joke. Well, you won't be so lucky. Next time this next film is a 1980 sports drama. Forget it. Forget it. I want you to face him in a fish. Forget about it. Forget about it. Come on. We have fights all the time. When you're worried you're gonna meet a famous face. Okay. Faith in what? Okay, So I'm going to tell you something about this movie. Okay. First of all, it's called Raging bulls. Sure is. It is my favorite movie of all time. I didn't know came out in 1981 best picture. Robertson Nero. Right, Joe Pasha. They played brothers and Robert DeNiro plays Jake LaMotta, teacher and best director..
"robertson nero" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Way have other things you want to talk to as well, including this guy. He's actually very serious. Now. If this happens look out first, though, Here's Leslie Hi, Leslie. Yes, it is normal for a living. But you see my name before? Yes, I have in town. How you doing? I'm listening to your show, and I want to call you and say hi. I'm just passing the consumers. River Boulevard Mile stop grounds. No, thank you. Leslie, are you you say you're out here from Florida? Yes, I am interested for a number of days and I want to ask you. I want all those peachy shirts like you've got eyes. Isn't that great? It's funny. It's a It's a sweatshirt that I got in. And anyone from 13 years old to 60 years old seems to like that in resonate with that, But I It popped up one day, Leslie I was on. I think I know Instagram or something, and this thing popped up on this says my gosh, Look at this. It's a peachy sweatshirt. I need that insistence. The son he had to have it. I got it online and you could get them online. You could find him out here. Probably all over the place. I'm sure that Okay, So, yeah. You know, you have a name from your I guess you little after party shows you do it. Your place there? Yeah, Facebook. You haven't done any of those little while I haven't done that. I don't know. It's been about a month. For some reason. I just gave myself a little break for second. And I guess everyone else, right? But I'm going to get back to it. Leslie, I want to get back because I'm actually missing it a lot. And I was any good responses from its arm. I'm gonna go back on. Oh, great responses on the left. I wanted to say hi. How you doing? Love You show. Thank you Listening. Well, some here and Ah, thank you for having a Leslie the fact that you're in town and he gave us a call the fact that you living in Florida and you listen to the show. Ah, very, very grateful. Alright, I thank you so much, Leslie. You talking to man? Thanks. How nice is that? Kendall listens in Florida. Comes into Sacramento gives us a call. Man. We're not syndicated. Yet, but but it kind of seems like that. At times we had so many nice calls. Now he calls in Pennsylvania, New Mexico. I mean everywhere. It's really great. I do love that. That peachy sweatshirt, though everyone had those peachy folders in school. Everyone had you get your Breguet her binder. Nice buying every school. Then you get those peachy folders to like two for 25 cents of parents that could afford him. You would write all over him standing about Roman Gabriel. Today's birthday 80 years old. I could write that I draw that Ram helmet and Roman gave my Pee Chee folder turn the football player on their into arino into Roman Gabriel anyhow. Uh yeah. So People. So we're talking about Donald Trump there for second and the fact that Facebook and Twitter of removed team Trump And now We have another threat from this guy. I used to be a huge fan of Robert De Niro. I thought his movies you know, movies like Raging Bull is still probably If not my favorite movie, certainly tied with my favorite movie. I hated so many good movies, gangster movies that I really enjoyed. I was very much into De Niro movies. And Danny starts doing like, Meet the Faulkner's or the just movies that I just Nah, come on. Now you're trying to pay some bills. And I wouldn't go see his movies just cause they just weren't the same style as I was used to. With Robert De Niro. And then, of course, then there was the Infamous. What was it at the Ah Whatever awards show that was One of the many awards shows that I don't watch. And for reasons like this Remember when they introduced speaking to trouble remember, they introduce Roberts and narrow that I'm gonna say one thing. Trump. Remember that night? Soon as Robertson Nero said that Like you know what? Same thing to you, pal. And I'll care who the president is. Same thing to you. The complete and utter disrespect. And they just wanna watch these shows. Because of things like that, You know, they got the fabulous It's fabulous and wonderful. Hey, and.
"robertson nero" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That those crazy clap lines where the applause 0 M goes crazy, that kind of success fantasy. Trickles down, and then you think about somebody like Elizabeth Holmes or the Salinger people or Lance Armstrong, where they'll positively corrupt themselves. Because they're buying into this man on an odyssey. Many valleys, monsters, naysayers, people trying Tio. Take it away from you. And you have to just keep powering through such the Solyndra, the solar panel company, which was out here in the Bay Area, They got to the point where they had 1100 employees, and they had spent $535 million before somebody saying was able to say Uncle I give up. Have you had an occasion where you're reading the tea leaves and thinking I've gotta let go here. Yeah, I mean, I did stand up comedy for years. But then, as soon as it was work, I stopped. I didn't have enough ambition. It was not like my dream. I literally stumbled upon it because it was two per than therapy on I and I got paid. So when I got sober It was harder to dio just because I got a little more sort of mentally and emotionally healthy. And I was just not as goddamn funny anymore. It's not as miserable honestly, the thing I did not give up on in my life that I wanted to, and I'm really glad I didn't Was I started a church from scratch. With a few $100 in a mechanical pencil and my personality and I stuck in it for 10 years, and now it's its own little thing. One of the things I'm the most proud of is that I was the founder of something, and it's doing quite well without me. So was leaving it a big deal, or did you always intend to let it fly on its own? It was super important that I not up by staying too long. I started saying early on at some point, this church is going to need a pastor with a different set of skills than I have. And I hope that we all come to that conclusion about the same time. Ideally, yeah, you know, I started something called notes and words. And it was 10 years old last year, and it's writers and musicians on stage together for Childrens Hospital, And so it's an annual concert in 2000. People go in the last one. We raised $3.3 million in a night. So super fun, Super successful. It took me a really long time, but I just quit on and it's interesting because I quit in the exact same way that you let go of your church, which is to say if Children's hospitals are the kind of thing where the donor's outgrow it overtime. I said When I left, you need somebody who has a five year old, a three year old, a two year old. And they can run it out for the next 10 years. And I hope hope, hope that it continues. But there is a feeling of abandonment. No Oh, yeah, There was a lot that was very difficult for me with walking away, but it was so important to me that I do it well. And that I do it at the right time. Well, that gets to this very important idea, I think, which is that There's a difference. Between giving up and letting go. Okay, I think it's way more than semantics. I was thinking about some of the most gut wrenching giving ups that I know. And then as soon as I Change the words toe letting go. It felt better at a friend to Liz lads who died after seven years of ovarian cancer treatments that were just excruciatingly. She did 88 rounds of chemotherapy and six years and nine months into it. She kind of whispered to me over the phone like I can't do it like you did any more. And it was like you're allowed. Let go. You do not have to stay here and do this. And then I had a friend who had fertility treatments for almost seven years, and she let go and and switch gears and went towards adoption. Yeah. And then I had a friend who was married to a guy who got hooked on meth. And she tried to run tried and he gave up for 90 days and he'd come home and then he'd follow away again and disappear and come back anyway, she finally said, I have to let you go like if I keep holding on to. We're both going to drown. And so I think about With my girls. I I would just die if they Didn't have a way to figure out what to let go of. And what to keep. You know what? Teo? Turn your back on and what to commit Tio. It's really thorny but never give up is not the answer. I mean, that is not a fair mantra. I love that distinction. There's a difference between giving up feels like a failure and letting go feels like just a choice to pivot in another direction. There's so much self awareness baked into letting go. It seems like a thing you would do after a particularly good inventory your emotions around something to say. I am finished. Yeah. Gwyneth culture would call it conscious on couple ing my eyes when I read that, But it is this idea. I do hear someone else Say, doesn't Glennon Doyle said that her marriage was finished? Yes. And I love that. See, this is the thing that really disturbs me. You talked about Counsellors, saying People don't want to get divorced because it would feel like a failure. Well, why can't it just be that a marriage is done like you said. It's served me for this period. I think it's really Disadvantageous for us to continue to see marriage is ending as a failure when it actually is a extremely common and be often such a better choice than 45 50 years of misery. Why is it that staying in a marriage in which neither of you are flourishing, and you just live in this sort of low level? The resentment of the other person, But you didn't give up. Is that successful? You know, Instead of going, I honor you for what you brought to my life for these Children we had and we're going to actually bless each other. To sort of go. I bless you in your departure and you being on another path now. Well, that makes you want to ask the question that you said at the very top, which is Food is the story benefit. Right, because if there's a story that's being promoted that success is marriage until death. And failure is divorce. Who was telling that story? Who's supporting that story? And why Yeah, and who's being harmed by this story? Also, I would just argue there's so many kinds of death. I mean, if you believe until death do you part Death shows up in a lot of ways, You know, it's so interesting. Have you read Victoria Chang a bit? Uh, she's this beautiful poet Allen Bass turned me on to her. Who's also a beautiful bow it it's a book cut a bit. Every single page is a little teeny obituary for a different part of this person's life. Ah, beautiful. Oh, my gosh. It's so beautiful. And now a man, why don't we have a book of blessings for the end of a marriage to bless the other person? Yes, at the end of a job. Totally. Yeah, yeah. Where the end of a pursuit like this is the end of me trying to climb this mountain. And this is the end of me trying to force this project and this is the end of me. China make this housework, You know of me doing housework looking for that blessing, so to say that it's our job to Go out there and share stories very smart, letting go slash giving up moments that air worthy of celebrating and emulating. I have this image in my head from that film the mission. No clubs that DeNiro Robertson Nero has this huge net. He has to climb this cliff to get him to injure. And he has this huge net that's filled with pots and pans and his riches and his stuff and him. Holding on to that is going to kill him. Somebody has to set him free from it. They have to cut those chords so that he can be free. If you think the goal is I have to get to the top with the stuff then you're going to be like I can't give up. You can't give up. And so I guess I wonder with some of this stuff is we get attached to one thing because we aren't honest about what the rial. Actual truth of the goal is because most times the goal is to Have security is toe have safety is to know where loved is to know that we're valued. I think sometimes if they're attached to something that we want to accomplish what's really underneath it is going. Am I valuable? Am I worthy of being seen and my worthy of love and ultimately, that's what we want. So what we can do is to let go of the specificity of this goal..
"robertson nero" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"One thing to note. This is actually based on a kid's book. My my wife is a teacher. And the last book she read her students was the one and only Ivan, which at least I talked about a couple weeks ago a couple months ago, which was a Disney movie. And she was all excited for that. She actually asked me about the war with Grandpa. I knew nothing about it. And I said, is that is that Why is that a movie for kids? She's like, Yeah, it's based on this book. And the reason I said That is because Robert DeNiro dinner movie about four years ago, 34 years ago called Dirty Grandpa. With Zac Effron, where he was this hard talking obnoxious philanderer, and they went on spring break together What? That movie was full on R rated adult humor. This has nothing to do with it. And I wish they would have figured out some way to differentiate that because even me who works in the movie world I got taken by then I was like, Oh, is this Does this have anything to do with Dirty Grandpa has nothing to do with dirty Grandpa. So this is a kid's movie. This is for families. It's about a like a 12 year old who's in 11 or 12 year old Who's In middle school. It is absolutely for the family crowd. Let me just say that again. This is absolutely a family movie. Don't get confused. I I think that that's important because I think it's very easy to confuse some people. Maybe 30 Grandpa had been have been a big hit would have been harder, but Who knows, But I will say it's a family movie. It's a kid's movie, and the story is is pretty no routine. We've seen this kind of thing before. Where there's there's sort of a feud between two people, So it's It's kind of a familiar story. I think it's kind of amazing about it is the cast they put together. Robertson Nero being in it. Robert DeNiro is dunce. Um ah. He's done some out of the box stuff. He's done some risks lately, especially later in his career. I mean, not every movie is going to be a Martin Scorsese Oscar nominee like Irishman last year. But they got like UMA Thurman to play the mom and I haven't seen her in a movie. I honestly the last movie I saw her in was nymphomaniac. And that thing was like 678 years ago. Something like that. She's been out of the limelight for a while. But you also have his friends played by Christopher Walken and Cheech Marron, who are a hoot. By the way, they're very funny walk ins great in everything he does, even even in jail. He was in the movies, easily one of the worst movies Hollywood has made this century. He's in that, and he's actually funny in his limited performance. So I love walking in it, I think teach Marin's very funny you got Jane Seymour. Also in there is sort of like the old people contingency. You got Rob Riggle as a father, so they got actually a really good cast. And the kids work well, but the point is, is the kids they they work with Robert De Niro and it's this middle schooler who wants his room back. So of course, they're playing tricks on each other and pranks back and forth, and we've seen That exchange of pranks before and it gets over the top and crazy kind of like, you know, one of those daddy's home movies that that will Ferrell. It's something that you would expect to see welfare. Maybe one. Will Ferrell gets to be grandfather age. This would be a will Ferrell kind of movie for him. Or something that the original Chevy Chase before he got old and fat and problematic to work with. It's something you would have seen him do like like as a National Lampoon's vacation movie. You know, it's not a great movie. It's not a revelation. It doesn't really do anything terribly new, but it's funny. I got to say it's funny. It's entertaining. There's some humor in there. That's squarely for the family audience. There's a couple things that fly high enough over the kids heads that the adults are going to get it. But they're not going to be so obvious that they're going to ruin anything for kids. There's a couple godfather callbacks in the movie. If you would go watch the trailer. You see one of them in there that the kids aren't gonna understand unless they've seen the Godfather. And why would they I mean, the Godfather is a great movie, but it's not exactly something A five year old's gonna enjoy. But these air this is the cute little movie. It's like something you would have seen on the Disney Channel. Maybe a higher grade. You know, like when I talked about that Secret Society for second borns, either last week or the week before that seems to be an elevated level of Disney Channel tight movie on this one kind of feels the same way always not made by Disney, but it feels like something that would be on Nickelodeon or Nickelodeon films would have done ah couple years ago. So, Yeah, I kind of enjoyed how surprised I was like, Oh, this is going to suck, but but you know what? It kind of worked out. I kind of enjoyed it. So I'm gonna have to say the war with Grandpa kind of rocks. It kinda rocks. You're listening to fat guys at the movies with Kevin Car. Let's talk about the haunting of blind manner. Based on the ghost stories of Henry James. This Netflix series follows an AU pair who gets a job in England watching over to troubled youngsters. Let's come up with a story. I know it losses. Your parents loved you so so much. Anyway, they'll always be here. Things Thiss.
"robertson nero" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And she puts up her hands. And so, Yeah, she was dating Robertson Nero. And what was her role in the section was in. She was in a photo like with Madonna. I think I think she's I guess I could be Googling this, but I'm not. But I'm pretty sure she's laying in a pool and it's her bottom is in the air there naked in the pool, and she's kind of in Madonna's Lapin. Is there a guy in it? There's a guy in it. So Naomi's in the pool the guys in the pool touching. In her bare butt. And then Madonna is on the side of the pool spread eagle, right And and Naomi's kind of covering a little bit. You done? Yeah, she's you know, to teach strategic in Madonna's business, so that that she was there for one of the chutes, but I mean, I remember my brother getting this book and he still hasn't Yes, he goes bum that he opened. It opened it because the book immediately fell apart it I remember that. I guess we've talked about this because Would be was like a metal binder. And it was like $50 of the time. Wraith very expensive and it fell. It fell apart, but he still has it in a little. Little flat box and sometimes he preserves dealing. These people say unbelievable The photos and I mean Madonna has been see he's Madonna. She doesn't need to be Madame X and Madame crazy and Quarantine and I'm just so disappointed that she's turned into be this This. She's just being so goofy. And I think it's because she's exhausted from having had Children for all these years. I mean, good Lord Lourdes is like 24. So Madonna has already been having kids for 24 years and one of the twins, maybe, like I feel like they've really got years left literally years left. She's cracking up. I'm just okay. But the other thing did Naomi Campbell because she was hot in the news for a while because she was throwing phones at people Irons member. She did the public service and she was out. We're in a rush. But she talked about doing the Freedom 90 video, which was the George Michael Freedom. That wasn't such an iconic video. Yes, and she said they were. She was in the Terri Terri Mugler's show like that. He did five and one day in Paris, and it ended at 3 30 in the morning. And she and George Michael were both at the show and the after party he get on the plane at 16. Cashews, first for crawl on the London said he needed but she has Like when she writes a book, You guys. She's got stories for days. I mean, but she's been with everybody. And when she was 17 he was in New York City, Rabin, elbows with John Michel Basquiat, an Andy Warhol and just sort of all these people were You know, either a lot older, a little bit older,.
"robertson nero" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Up her hands. And so, Yeah, she was dating Robertson Nero. And what was her role in the section was in. She was in a photo like with Madonna. I think I think she's I guess I could be Googling this, but I'm not. But I'm pretty sure she's laying in a pool and it's her bottom is in the air there naked in the pool, and she's kind of in Madonna's Lapin. Is there a guy in it? There's a guy in it. So Naomi's in the pool the guys in the pool touching. In her bare butt. And then Madonna is on the side of the pool spread eagle, right? And and now I only It's kind of covering a little bit. You done? Yeah, she's you know, TV strategic in Madonna's business, so that that she was there for one of the chutes, But I mean, I remember my brother getting this book and he still hasn't Yes, he goes bum that he opened. It opened it because the book immediately fell apart it I remember that this we've talked about this because Would be was like a metal binder and it was like $50 of the time. Ray is very expensive and it fell. It fell apart, but he still has it in a little. Little flat box and sometimes he preserves dealing. These people say unbelievable The photos and I mean Madonna has been see he's Madonna. She doesn't need to be Madame X and Madame crazy and Quarantine and I'm just so disappointed that she's turned into be this This. She's just being so goofy. And I think it's because she's exhausted from having had Children for all these years. I mean, good Lord Lourdes is like 24. So Madonna has already been having kids for 24 years and one of the twins, maybe, like I feel like they've really got years left literally years left. She's cracking up. I'm just okay. But the other thing did Naomi Campbell because she was hot in the news for a while because she was throwing phones at people Irons member. She did the public service and she was out. They're interruption. But you talked about doing the Freedom 90 video, which was the George Michael Freedom does. It's such an iconic video? Yes, And she said they were. She was in the Terri Terri Mugler's show like that. He did five and one day in Paris, and it ended at 3 30 in the morning, and she and George Michael were both at the show and the after party. He get on the plane at 16 cause she was first up for Colin. The London said he needed but she has Like when she writes a book, You guys She's got stories for days. I mean, but she's been with everybody. And when she was 17 he was in New York City. Rabin. How elbows with John Michel Basquiat, an Andy Warhol and just sort of all these people who are You know, either a lot older, a little bit older, but she knew.
"robertson nero" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And she puts up her hands. And so, Yeah, she was dating Robertson Nero. And what was her role in the section was in. She was in a photo like with Madonna. I think I think she's I guess I could be Googling this, but I'm not. But I'm pretty sure she's laying in a pool and it's her bottom is in the air there naked in the pool, and she's kind of in Madonna's lap. And is there a guy in it? There's a guy in it. So Naomi's in the pool the guys in the pool touching. In her bare butt. And then Madonna is on the side of the pool spread eagle, right And and Naomi's kind of covering a little bit. You done? Yeah, she's you know, to teach strategic in Madonna's business, so that that she was there for one of the chutes, but I mean, I remember my brother getting this book and he still hasn't Yes, it'll bummed that he opened. It opened it because the book immediately fell apart it I remember that this we've talked about this because Would be was like a metal binder. And it was like $50 of the time. Wraith very expensive and it fell. It fell apart, but he still has it in a little. Little flat box And sometimes he preserves at dealing with these people say Unbelievable The photos and I mean Madonna has been see she's Madonna. She doesn't need to be Madame acts and Madame crazy and quarantine and I'm just so disappointed that she's turned in to be this This. She's just being so goofy. And I think it's because she's exhausted from having had Children for all these years. I mean, good Lord Lourdes is like 24. So Madonna has already been having kids for 24 years and one of the twins. Maybe they feel like they have feelings. Got years left literally years left. She's cracking up. I'm just playing with the other thing did Naomi Campbell because she was hot in the news for a while because she was throwing phones at people Irons member. She did the public service and she was out. There is a Russian, but you talked about doing the Freedom 90 video, which was the George Michael Freedom now isn't such an iconic video? Yes, And she said they were. She was in the Terri Terri Mugler's show like her that he did five and one day in Paris, and it ended at 3 30 in the morning. And she and George Michael were both at the show and the after party he get on the plane at 16 cause shoes first for call on the London said he needed but she has Like when she writes a book, You guys She's got stories for days. I mean, but she's been with everybody. And when she was 17 he was in New York City. Rabin. How elbows with John Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol and just sort of all these people who are You know, either a lot older, a little.
"robertson nero" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The day will be different okay yeah i see fall around for day but you he does at come kind of what is it like flash back type stories and that technique when she's writing so super funny heartfelt story so i'm excited to see this engaged julio roberts jumping on the td bandwagon yeah well again well it's it's there's it's not a nice surprise to me it because this is just me all right it's a microcosm but yesterday's the previews that i watched i thought no wonder i mean is this is crap come i miss some good movies i had a friend that saw the much buzz the ball lala land over the weekend if i was spectacular but i mean i look at all the actresses and truly is almost to that age look all the actresses over you know it forty forty five fifty has been the in the greatest marrow strip yeah next i wonder if they went out to copier t you wonder didn't do their you think i think they don't have some from there compa and if he sees say i'm doing this is what why not julian more robertson nero they could don't well i heard someone because i always ten ass those question the good we have someone here on the show or the other show i always ask um you know if they're of that age group and they always have about the same answer they talk about how exciting it is to flash shot to flush out of character over you know six eight ten episodes and the stars are no longer so petrified of television because the commitment is now realistic and what i mean by that is you guys all know back in the seventies in eighties and nineties and even in the two thousand you know a typical network show the order from the net were could be twenty to twenty three episodes so not only is that a strain on the writers to keep that quality up this stretch of those stories of for twenty two broadcast hours but who wants to you know i'd at star doesn't want to commit to that anymore they want to do more double projects they want that freedom and he's cable you know people kind.