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"roeper" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"roeper" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"It's not an apology. It's more of just a correction. Here of Gotta. Make better choices. He's also not going to take part in the cowboys virtual. Ota's now Ota's aren't a big deal. You Know Brady stop going. Giselle said you gotta come home and you know. Be Be the role father and husband here. And he did that later in his tenure in New England. But if you're Dak Prescott and you're trying to negotiate a new contract. Why not put the pressure back on the cowboys to say get this done? I'm going to do everything I'm supposed to do as your quarterback and I'm going to be there for the virtual otas now. Ot as you're going to work out there's some meetings you know maybe you go over. You got a new head coach Intel. And that's where Dak should be saying. I owe it to Mike McCarthy to be on board to make sure that he can do his job as well and this is just a small thing. It may not have any impact on the season but the optics is we like to say is doing everything he supposed to be doing. Come on Jerry get this contract. There's more value that goes with being the cowboy quarterback than any other quarterback in the NFL and with this comes a lot of attention good and bad and he just got the negative attention. Because somebody took a picture say. Hey I'm DAX house in that got out now. You're not going to do the virtual do this to the fans on your side. You're going to be asking for thirty five million dollars and the fans don't care how much you get paid. They just WANNA know. You're going to be the quarterback there we've been going through this for eighteen months Dak Prescott on an office contract eighteen months and the longer the cowboys. Let this play out. It seems like it costs them more if they would have done this when I was told they were going to do that. That we can of the first. Nfl season they were going to have his deal locked up. But if I'm DAK PRESCOTT I I understand. I can take less but I'm GONNA make a whole lot more by being the cowboys quarterback. I mean you WANNA test this. Dak End up some other place. And you're the quarterback there and tell me you know what you're making in advertising dollars spokesman dollars it'll be drastically different there. He's making ten million probably off the field now granted. You didn't make much as what third round draft pick. But you know now you have your chance to make real money. And you're not the best quarterback. You're not a top ten quarterback if you get thirty five a year take it and run with it because if you were with the Texans it would be completely different in your value off the field if you were with Jacksonville like all these other places. You're with the cowboys. You're the quarterback. Go in and be part of the virtual otas be the bigger man than the cowboys. Turn it around and say to Mike McCarthy coach. I'm here for you you know as as best I can. I'm here for that's what he needs to do. In my opinion. Get a positive out of this. Don't go no I don't have a contract. I'm not going to be there. You're going to get a contract. Do this for Mike. Mccarthy I know the Dak Prescott looks around. He goes wait. You made my offensive Lineman. The highest paid at their position. Amari cooper getting one hundred million. Zeke got paid here. What about me? I get it? But they're not getting thirty five million dollars a year in NFL history. Only two quarterbacks have had a higher rating over there I four seasons. Qbr The career passer rating for decades ninety seven the only other players in the history of the NFL. I four years who had a higher rating. Kurt Warner and Russell Wilson Junior. There seemed like a stat of the day. The first hour he could go three or twenty three just because of the medical here. And that's why you're trying to. You're getting this propaganda. Big Push to go. Hey He's healthy. Doctors are saying he's healthy. I want my if I'm the dolphins I don't want to rely on your doctors want to realize you could say oh they're independent doctors. I want my doctor to look at you. It's my draft pick and this could help us or hurt us over the next three or four years. I want my doctor to look at you. I still don't understand how the one team can can a team like the Miami Dolphins say. Hey look can we send one doctor to you? And that's it our team doctor meets with you. Nobody else in the room cannot be done. You'd think that one person can be with one other person even in what's going on but then the chargers may go. Well they got to do. We want to do it. Then you're going to get other teams. Go wait we. We can go work out to maybe three doctors. Maybe alpay meet at DAX household doctor and therefore nobody knows how many people are there. We'll get the food come on over. I got big spread here for you. Zeke's still eating. So he'll be there. Zico are are are now. I know when he's doing that where you've got to feed him exit literally meeting when we come back. Richard Roeper the film critic from the Chicago. Sometimes what are the think of the Chicago? Bulls documentary the ten part series. Here it will join US and Steve. Kerr will join us in an hour from now. Twenty after the hour..

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"roeper" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"roeper" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Richard Roeper is in the studio good evening and do we have many things to talk about here that relate to what you're gonna do how you're gonna handles when you are at home and you are sitting there staring at your spouse that you've been staring at now for anywhere from from twenty four to ninety six hours and no was leaving the house in aren't you going to the store no I can't go to the store I'm afraid you know all these things what are people to do and one of things we're gonna talk about coming up later on in the program is your internet services are actually slowing down we're gonna explain why that's happening and what you can do to help the situation but it is it's it it can you imagine we got no sports can't go to the movies if there's if you're you're not supposed to go out into public places go shopping and things like that unless it's a you know essential things can't go to work and then if you're Netflix because they'll what do you do as a matter of rhetorical question all right now here is the here dear we here's what we got we got the three different streaming things very rich we do real real quick before we get into some of these reviews I want to give you just a little bit and give all the listeners a little bit of a news in the entertainment industry believe it or not in China they're starting to re open movie theaters of course they closed down two or three months ago but just a little bit of news let people know there is going to be some day here in America that's gonna they're actually starting to reopen some of the movie theaters in China meanwhile in some of the warm winters weather spots in the United States of America you know what seeing a renaissance drive in movie theaters in places like California there are still some in the southwest there are still some drive in theaters think about it if you're in the car your socialist okay all right we got you well that's true but I they're still up there I mean there still are some there still are some are up and running drive in theaters they've seen it business overall double and one last bit of news for you real con tonight is the season three finale of very Cavaleiro E. O. now my review of the F. sometimes dot com I can give you guys a sneak preview I believe Jay Cutler's wearing an actual bear pelt throughout most of the apps so if you really look at that escapist entertainment kind of who and the who and his and holler at the screen those are some of those and that's a that's a television option for you but I do want to tell you mentioned that flick so why don't we start with a brand new series start and Netflix we say sorry and it's all right to you which rivers reviews about you by architect of Chicago land I. go ahead what he got this one's pretty fascinating it's a four part limited series on Netflix called self made it is a period piece drama set in the early earth twentieth century Octavia Spencer stars as madam CJ Walker she founded a hair care product business for African American women became the first self made female millionaire United States history this is based on a true story we got a little clip for you right here M. she seems like I was born I guess it is post hoc tests has.

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"roeper" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

15:20 min | 1 year ago

"roeper" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"COSCO savings. Not Complaining. Grill shots us. Nobody knew so. I try to do what Song I did a couple of ready because this trick is about to get I'm spilling. Yeah that's Great Ben. Did translators last year. That's been in Michigan. I think yeah Paulie. I don't know how I would love to get Eminem to cover that song I mean. I don't know these guys seem to have time. We reach out to him permission to days. Who did translators Kenny in Los Angeles detroiters? There's but Ben Ben do then to it as going to have to find out because that's why he did like guess who's back. Yeah that's why I thought yeah. Translators was great. Yeah traitors fantastic. I had a couple of phone calls and Richard Roeper the great movie movie critics. Chicago's Times will join us. Alex in Cincinnati. I Alex what do you have for midday. Hey Dan five ten one seventy I just WanNa weigh on the borough stuff real quick hopefully put it to rest for allows since we've got seventy eight long grueling days until the draft. I think you're reading a little bit too much into birth communists. I thought the answer the question Perfectly really how do you said you know. You can't wait to play for the bengals or you. Being the best interviewer in the business there you would immediately asked him like why You know you probably would've backed himself into into quarter So he avoided that. La County. You explain this though. Just how do you explain this that you got Carson Palmer whose brother Jordan Palmer's training training Joe Borough Carson Palmer said. The bengals weren't serious about winning super bowls and Joe said he wanted to go number one and place committed to winning super bowls right so he said that former Bengals wide receiver. TJ CUSHMAN's Awda. Also working with Joe Burrow said that the bengals should strongly consider any gigantic trade offers. That they they might get feels like. There's just something there I I I'm not a conspiracy theorist and I don't WanNa read into this and put words in his mouth but I I I understand if they're keeping their options open. I think that's smart for Joe and his reps and his family to do he's not making any demands. Alex it just feels like he is keeping his options open. And you're close to it you're bengals fan. You live in Cincinnati. I'm removed from an all I do is ask the questions and listen to the answers and even his dad sang in his dad sent that text to a Fox. Nineteen not sure where that information's coming from mm-hmm Jimmy Burrow said. We're all excited. Joe's put himself in a position to be considered as a possible high draft choice. Okay it didn't say anything about the BENGALS. He just wants to be a high draft choice there and that's why if I'm reading something into it. I hope Joe Borough goes to Cincinnati. I don't blame him if he's keeping his options open. But thank you Alex. Yes yes you part of it does feel like the media wants him to trade out. Maybe it'd be. It'd be a way more fun story if the media if he did trade out of that pick so they're sort of like a almost like the tail wagging the dog. I think he should trade out of this pick. So that's why we're reading into away. What did you say he is going to trade out? He does want to trade out of that. It's sort of like what we want him him to do if he says I want to go number one and that means going to Cincinnati and I'm excited about that opportunity but then does that but then he's saying what happens if the dolphins and trade up to number one to go get him now. He doesn't WanNa play for the dolphins because he wanted to play for Cincinnati. No options open. Yeah but I. I don't necessarily give him the benefit of the doubt because Carson Palmer is working with Jordan Palmer Carson said that they don't want to win super bowls and he quit the Bengals and then you've got TJ Cushman Zodda. They should strongly consider you know looking at a big package deal. These are the people were with. Joe Borough those are good comments. They're so Richard Roeper chicago-sun-times nationally syndicated columnists movie critic and his new podcast. The best movies ongoing series with various episodes including a six six part series on the best movies of the decade upcoming series on the best James Bond movies. Follow him on twitter at Richard E. E. Roper. Hi Richard. Dan always good to talk to you how you doing. I'm Great Gimme the movie in the Last Five Years Academy Award nominated movie that you would watch over and over. Oh Wow last five years over and over my my my first thought. What is the movie? I never WANNA see again. which would be Siemian rhapsody being critic? Of course I always go in the opposite direction We talk about repeatability. I'd say the movie in the last five years ears that I'd watch over and over movie from two thousand nineteen once upon a time in Hollywood. It's the type of movie you. Can you know you could drop in any time. It's like a Scorsese Aziz film goodfellas anything like that any moment of once upon a time in Hollywood is a brilliant thing. Why did turn Tino? Continue to drag out all of the scenes. Well I think when you got a good thing going you keep going with the that sort of like asking. Why did led Zeppelin makes their way to have an eight the half minute? I liked that pacing. Dan and I know with with what's the time in Hollywood and certainly with the Irishman. Some people. Get a little fidgety. Because the scenes don't okay cut like normal movies. Do I should say typical movies. Do these day. I liked it. What a movie gives us a chance to breathe? I'll give you that because you gotta you gotTa cut that movie by thirty minutes and nobody would have missed anything there. Look he's a brilliant filmmaker and I always you you know love to watch what he does the craft that he has with it but it just felt like there were. There was a scene that you go okay. Then it ends Irit should end and then all of a sudden it continues. The a little girl talks to Leonardo di Caprio and then it goes on and on and on all right but and Brad Pitt's probably winning and Academy Award Right. He's definitely GonNa GonNa Win Dan and you know here's the thing with Brad Pitt Out of the supporting actor nominees this year. He's the only one that doesn't have an acting of victory and acting Oscar and he's I don't really really good in once upon a time in Hollywood as you know it's really a cold lead. You know he and our cold leads in the movie. They put up for lead and then Brad up or supporting. He's a popular guy. He's a guy everyone likes to work with and I thought it was actually kind of a perfect marriage between a guys onscreen persona and the role that Tarantino clearly intended attended for Brad Pitt APP. He was funny and I think that sometimes when you see somebody not playing to what you think their character is. That's why you stood out like he had a he sort of a goofy guy and yeah you're absolutely right. He has goofy guy. He's a guy you know caprio character character. You guys are in parallel paths in their lives to Capri owes character. He was like his be level. Careers and actor is coming to an end whereas Brad Pitt has long come to terms with the fact that he was never gonNa be a star. He's just the stuntman. Turn Glorified Gofer. And he's okay with that he's going to enjoy life. He's GonNa have a beer he's GonNa meet women and and just have a good time My guys are kind of split on the Irishman I I got bored by it. Well listen I you know I hear this for people a lot and I you know like you know. If people are very intimidated by the running time it does have a certain deliberate rick pace you know as someone who sees three hundred fifty movies a year and so many of them are cut to appeal to the attention deficit disorder generation and they in the same move. Exactly you're right. I know I know exactly when they're gonNA cut the Knicks. Dan and how they're gonNA use the visual punchline and I like it and I you know listen I understand what people are saying but when people say to me. Hey listen I watched the Irish Raider one sitting. I'm like but she'll binge watch all six seasons of Shit's this creek without ever getting out of bed you'll want to. NC double a basketball games on February on Saturday. Without saying it's too long. So it's it's all a matter of what you're interested in seeing but shits creek is better than the Irishman though how dare you say he. Here's the two best movies this year new writing. I'm ready parasite and Joe Joe Rabbit. Well I'm not going to disagree with you either. One of those interesting you pick you pick two films better way outside. The norm obviously parasite being a foreign language film and really having having some great stuff and then Joe Joe Rabbit in this era we you know we talk about everybody being politically correct and afraid to take chances. And here's a movie about a ten year old boy with Hitlerism uh-huh imaginary friend talk about a bold move. I both of those films. Yeah I just thought and and I think Scarlett Johansson has had an unbelievable year I loved her more than Adam driver in marriage story. I thought she was spectacular in there but She was great. It's interesting to. She'd never been nominated for an Oscar before and now she's got the wwl the daily doubles league actress and supporting actors. I think a lot of people thought. Oh she must have been nominated for lost in Translation uh-huh. She'd ever was nominated until this year. She was great and lost in translation. But you know Bill Berry's character is so big that I'm surprised. She would. Nominate is best supporting according actress. Yeah I think most people just assume that she had been and you mentioned Joe Joe Rabbit what I loved about her performance there. Dan was scarlet as often play. She's plays as the black widow or she plays these kind of almost ice queens and Joe Joe Rabbit. She's a mom. She's a mother in the most trying of circumstances and I thought it it was her warmest and most empathetic performance. The look okay. So who wins. Best movie is going to be. It's going to be nineteen seventeen but the parasite and once upon a time in Hollywood still have an outside shot. Okay Best Actor Phoenix for sure. He's he's your mortal lock you know. He's like y'all Lamar Jackson for MVP. This year was a foregone conclusion nation. When it's a great performance I hated the ending of that movie? Though yeah I talk show thing with Deniro girl I just dragged and you had so much tension and you knew that something was gonna happen there but it just took forever and I and I was okay with the very end with the total anarchy but the talk show portion of that I was. I was bored at Deniro. Didn't even seem like he was the right person for that role. It's you know. It's a polarizing film and Niro. I think it was a double edged sword there because so much of that film was clearly based on taxi driver and King of comedy which are two obvious. You know a huge Deniro films so the casting felt a little bit like stunt casting I I you know I I see what you mean Kinda out of it will be a little bit. I just thought that the AH Joaquin Phoenix is wonderful in there. I don't know why he had to show that he lost all this weight or is really skinny because it's not like that had anything to do with his role but he takes off his shirt or as a shirt off one in time you go. It's not like you're putting e you know. This isn't raging bull here or something. It had nothing to do with his character. Yeah I'm over. All of the radical weight gains and losses when we can and then get the inevitable stories from beautiful actress or the Honky dude talking about what a sacrifice they made and you know the classic Coke quoted Laurence Livia gapes Dotson hopping on the set of Van when he told a wanting to try acting. It's so much easier sold. The best supporting is going to be Brad Pitt. Best actor already said best. Best Actress Renee Augur for you know. I thought she wanted..

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"roeper" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"roeper" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Kabir guarded. But you don't want. Nobody was guarding them apple. Jim Is thirty years old. He's been on five. NBA teams. He started seven even games. They're all his rookie year. His best season he averaged five point nine points per game. Yeah just never hit. I thought Golden State would have been great for him. Just get into the floor. Bringing him off the bench he'd be able to hit some jumpers there. Couple of phone calls here Richard Roeper. The great movie critic is there any drama leading up to the Academy Awards. Because when Fritzy said do we want movie critic on to talk about the Academy Awards. I go I guess but I don't know if there's any drama I guess you know we'll we'll. We'll talk to Richard about the movie that we should see her we. We should have seen. And it feels like. There's some sneaky movies that it feels like those parasite parasite and Joe Joe Rava two movies. That were I thought sneaky great. Yeah poll I played down to Miami. I saw once upon a time in Hollywood. I got to the whole thing because it was a three hour flight. I you're completely right. There's there's a bunch of scenes where they cut twenty five percent of the scene out and move faster. I liked the film making. I like the the the comedy in it. The intensity of it the ending is fantastic and original and campion fun. I don't think I'm ever GonNa Watch it again. You know what I mean I. It was interesting the first time the ending was over the top violent and crazy and totally shift of what really happened in that situation. I don't think I'm going to appreciate the movie. There's some funny stuff doc. But how many movies do you watch a lot. Most of them really. I think a movie is Great. I watched shush. Different Rudy is different. The True Romance violent movie. This land wins Lynch last time. You Watch that never sunlight. When's the last time you watch that these these movies nowadays days? I don't know how many you're going boy. I'm always going to be watching. I'll watch every time it's on though is the revenue. I watch it every single time. It's on I didn't even watch it all the way through I got it's the best part of it is because I like the story of some of it is just because I like the scenery and the way the shot that will give you that but yeah it's stuff you sitting at home and you you can watch is easy you fall asleep watching it whatever but what is a recent movie in the last five years where you love watching that no matter when it's on Yep we get out it's never going to be as good as the first time you see it but when it's on and I see it's on and I'm GONNA put that on a couple minutes I've never watched it again. I watched it once I thought it was wonderful. Yeah but I have no interest to go. I'm going to watch that again. Yeah mclovin I have a high on the nominated movies or the one I saw last last night. That doesn't belong. Four versus Ferrari is not to me in the same caliber. Is the other movies that it feels like a mainstream pop movie. It's it's not a it's a good movie but it's not a memorable movie Christian. Bale is is Christian. Bale does that deserve to be nominated a movie like that they can. They can nominate up to ten is Y. Yeah so they would They're not a top five movie. Yes you I'll watch joker again for sure I definitely will. I would watch it up until the final scenes where he's on the talk show with Deniro like after that it took forever for or that scene ever thought it was terrible the way that that was like you have the drama at the end there and nobody rushes the stage where the joke joker just did something and you're going It just dragged the drag. I'll say I thought like the tension of it all was there was tension then all of a sudden. I'm going okay. Come on. Let's let's go. Let's go and Black Panther of seen a bunch of times. Yes Todd I don't. I wasn't in the last five years but closed up. This is forty with Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann Bad MOMS MOMS. Those are a couple that I thought were hysterical. That I would have happened to come across it. I'll totally leave that on the. Yeah but like Academy Award nominated movies. Not why initially comedies. You Watch again. I think he has. He's hitting on something like I I watch bridesmaids. It's easier to watch comedies multiple times. That's true that's true you know movie. I'm never going to watch ever ever ever again and I wish that I hadn't seen it and I don't even know why it was made good Manchester by the no reason to make that movie. Who ooh what the Hell I know? There's a book okay. You wrote the book. That's fine. What the hell do you have to make that movie for God? Little disturbing whole lot disturb. There's nothing good about it other than like a performance. Don't be an idiot. You have it. Casey Affleck won the Academy Award. Didn't he y'all oh yeah. It was tremendous but that was another. You know a part of so the movie was great. It was awesome but the accents were terrible. Why is it? We can't get a Boston accent. That's broken I had to stop. Stop doing it's when it's it's people who try to do it even people from Boston when they tried to do a Boston accent. I'm like like no no. You already have the accent you gotTa Overdo it. He's from Boston. Low isn't that his accent but it sounded fake that that was that was a Michelle Williams. Anyway that is doing well yes she yeah then she's not from there but but I don't know what that is about a Boston accent but watch what's his name Goodwill hunting who's is will hunting was that Matt Damon Matt Damon. He does the worst Boston I know I said the same thing. When I watched that I could just felt like no matt? You have a Boston accent. All you have to do is be around your neighborhood for a week and that accent will come right back and it'll be natural guys who over the top John Krasinski with that commercial. Only smart. Whatever like they're they're going over there caricature of that accident? But when you're Ben Affleck knocking off banks in the town or whatever and you eh talk about partying and it doesn't sound natural hat in there from there. I don't get that we'll talk talked to Richard roeper Steve Levy from the mothership. We'll stop by as well. We'll get to your phone calls. Yes bowling I like movies where they just don't care about it. What what's the movie What's the submarine movie with the hunt for Red October? They're speaking English entire Army speaking English the entire movie. One of the guys in the Scottish accent connery's got Scottish accent he's factor. Let's just speak English. Screw it. Bears subtitles subtitles. What's that movie? Oh Gosh I'm trying to think what it is. Oh well the St Boo Shemi stolen movie. The one you love you like last year not the death of Stalin rain for salary or something like that but there they just had English acts like they had regular accidents. They didn't try to be Russian in that What's what's the name of that movie? I death of style. Yeah which is funny movie but they just have regular accents in their Russian. What was the one that you do the foul? Oh that was that was Winston Churchill movie. Is it called darkest finest hour. This is Dr. Gary big pleased it bumbling around he's got a cigar and he's in front of everybody off flopping around the bath. Oh No it's called darcus Allen. Okay all right. We'll take twenty one after the hour. We'll get to your phone calls coming up here on the Dan Patrick Show. Hey it's Paulie paps for the Dan Patrick Show..

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"roeper" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

12:52 min | 1 year ago

"roeper" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"What are the program? It's hour on this Thursday. Dan and the DANETTES stand Patrick Show. I'm still scarred by your conversation. But JJ WATT questionable he eh playful note. I sent a playful note back and this is what happens the anew but you got blocked police Guy Guy and I had no had no business. I got caught up from the moment when he brought up his ravishing good looks even though he was being playful in and joking. I felt a need to respond to Recognize handsomeness no. No you did. which had absolutely nothing? The book came on the show or anything out of line and out of place on. I could've just said okay. We'll vote tomorrow. Good have been the end of it. Yeah Paulie Todd. Does this little thing that you don't even hear or see Dan bannon listeners viewers would never see when a guest calls in. Todd almost always picks up the phone. And there's some very famous people to call in and see you can back me up. So let's John. SMOLTZ calls falls in. He's been on the show one hundred times we like John. Paul's he briefly went to Michigan State. Right and so Tokyo Dan Patch Spartan. He'll say hey spartan to John Smaltz I will try to work in a nickname or an alumnae thing or something playful you know. They're already usually in a good mood excited to come on with you so there's really no need for me to do that. It's not like they call in and they're doing us a big favor or they're gonNA miserable state of mind that I got to cheer them up but I I get caught up in the moment. I'm still kid in the candy store excited to have on the people that we have on every day and I get a little Get a little loose on the hotline there. Thank you welcome when Reggie Miller calls in do you say hey. Brian didn't say Hey Bruin I've said many other now uh-huh say he'll pick up the phone ago. Reggie Miller's office mix it up like okay like Reggie would be calling his own office like somehow we mis dialed the Dan. Patrick show called autozone. Reggie Miller's office. Do you play it straight with anybody really shackles. Ja Jackson little intimidated even though he's like the most playful teddy bear the mall but I usually like to have a little fun with them. If it's something we haven't had on before I think serious personality I'm I'll be all businesses. Say thanks for coming on. I'll let him know you're on the line and make it very very brief. But if it's a regular can't breathe I can't I don't know what briefing you do. Yeah and you don't even wear briefs so you can't even be brief when you need to be brief including yes bio as recently as Tuesday. fritzy said Happy New Year to somebody and February people in my neighbor stunned that Christmas trees up and lights and stuff. Isn't that bizarre like by Valentine's Day next week like Wendy. How Lazy can you be or I know we all love Christmas and everything? But when is that time comrades like you know what. It's not Christmas but I don't Emma how long you like. How long can you go before? You don't need to say happy New Year because I went into seven seas restaurant last night and Mike. The bartender goes happy new year. And I go. Oh what and he goes. Yeah I haven't seen you so happy new year and he hadn't seen me but it was just kind of odd. You know I have the rule on this. It's the second Monday in January so you saw people at work that first Monday of January. If you're back at work but the second Monday of January there's no more happy new year your Ba- that's it it's over okay. Yeah See. I'm still right in two thousand nineteen on everybody. Having the internal debate of twenty like no no this one was just nineteen next one is twenty S. I can't keep it straight yeah. It's usually a week after new years where I might say happy New Year but using the only time I say happy New Year is the the night of happy New Year soon as it turns midnight. Go Happy New Year. And that's it when you're by yourself. basically basin. Hey happy new year going a a bit but I do enjoy my company. I mean I will say your own company. Yes I like sitting with just me. You think you're damn funny I am. I am in the more I drink the funnier. Granting yourself up I'm just like my wife will come down into the basement. I'll be watching something and she won't even say anything she'll just like just breeze right by me and that's it and she knows I'm good. You know talk today for three. Our I don't need to talk love you. That's it I mean if I'm knee deep and extra watching billy Bush or Entertainment tonight. There's no need to interrupt me there. I'm good who do you make jokes. Too and snarky comments just in your head and cat you allowed to the cat. I talked to hang. You know. The cat look gets lonely existence but it's the existence I've chosen I like it instead of you know because we went to a super bowl party. We didn't stay for the Super Bowl. I just said all so you know. We'll do a drive by and I'll be there for an hour hour and a half and then that's it and it got to be like six fifteen because somebody said to me. The host of the party goes oh man. I'm surprised you're not not working today. I go why I have to. I gotta go IOS. Yeah I understand. That could thank you for saying that. Yes ton but unless you're hosting the event in front of millions of people you can't really go. These days is to a sporting event without getting inane questions about things. Like you're supposed to know who the best middle reliever is on the royals. You're just asking for trouble. Aren't you hanging out with a bunch of people at a sporting event and I just wanted I just WanNa Watch the game. They will let you though. Yeah you can't you know it's just I'd rather go home and watch it by myself. Have a a cigar and then sit there and have a drink and that's it and don't have to wait in line for anything let's go so is my wife is upstairs watching and TV. And I was downstairs watching the super bowl and that was fine. We were both good. Is the category audience like the cat. Walk away if you know how do you know if your materials working going to sit up in Clinton I'd say stay awake if he starts to fall asleep then I realized I'm losing the audience there. Yeah Pol Pot had at the pet had these comments over and over at home like even a dog. Man's best friend I don I. You'd put that to the test. I'm desperate for tension in any kind of UH response after a couple of experiences on stage. Would it be the one show in his belly waiting to get scratched trying to teach the dog. Okay here's something skippy belly. Welcome to the first weekend without football and if you're wondering what to do with your time you're not alone. Football defines our lives in a lot of ways so now we gotta figure out. March madness is right around the corner. So gotTa do our College Basketball Crash course. NBA Nhl Playoffs. They're coming up the the NFL draft. You got the combine their maybe the XFL XFL get started this weekend. This Saturday club and yeah XFL. In fact Steve Lee is the main voice for the mothership for the XFL. He'll join US coming up. I believe in the final hour. This show maybe you could take a walk with family and friends friends. Maybe pick up a hobby. All right. Maybe not because it still feels like and the NFL from what I'm told would like to extend their season if you add one more week another regular season game and then you had another bye week. So now I've extended it. We'd be having the Super Bowl this weekend right next weekend. So you've extended it now you own February you own September October November December January February wearing. Then you also own leading up to the draft also. The combine fallout from the combine. There's so you pretty much be a ten month out of the year where you'd probably still be the headliner. Yeah Paulie do you guys think if they added a seventeenth game they would add a round round of playoffs. Or would that be Santini's you have to. So that means there's an extra week so now we're going three more weeks in February. You're looking at February twentieth to twenty fifth the Super Bowl. What if you have wild card weekend you could still have all those games wild card weekend if if you wanted to split it up and have two games on Saturday and two games games on Sunday? You could do that as well. But I can't imagine adding a seventeenth game without having something of importance attached to that aside from paycheck and the importance is we'll give you another bye week and then we're going to have two more teams make the postseason as wildcards like something like that. I think you've got to be careful that you don't get into what we have with college football with Bowl Games. Hey just go six in six and you can go to a bowl game. Hey you you went seven and nine but you qualify for a wild card berth. There you know that that's where you don't want to water it down too much but I do think there's no reason to have a seventeenth game other than just greed and greed is good. I get it and the players are GonNa want that money and the owners we know are going to want it and I was told that the you know that an owner Jerry Jones values that extra game that extra week at a billion dollars in players are going to say all right what we get out of this and I certainly understand if you'd like get in touch with the program. I believe we have a poll question. Right mclovin yeah. We put an. Who is the next team after? The Big Three Clippers Lakers and boxing fifty seven percents The heat over the Raptors Celtics rockets and nuggets. And they're not done yet. You you know if they get Gallon Ari who is a guy who can get twenty eighteen to twenty a night. He's still not great. Knockdown shooter I mean Agudelo is a nice player but in Miami. I'm giving a two year deal for thirty million and gives you gives you experience. You got a young team there are. I got it I've always liked justice winslow. But you know he's been injured and So Memphis gets him. I think Memphis done well. Dollar didn't WANNA play all all right we'll send you and we get a guy who's a younger player ten years younger than I like. WHAT MEMPHIS is doing? I think that there's a chance there that over the next couple of years years. You're going to look into a playoff team. I don't know if the Lakers do anything. I had a Source tells me that they have to get rid of couse MMA because he's just not mature sure enough for this big stage and I went. Okay Brandon Ingram. If I forget Reggie Miller said he needed to get out of L. A.. Because he didn't he he didn't play well in a big city and he's flourished in New Orleans but I don't know if if you're looking at Kyle Kouzmin say and plus you know I it feels like there's Lebron doesn't it doesn't fit in with Lebron and therefore if you don't fit in with Lebron than you'll be gone what can you get for Kyle Kuzma that's GonNa make you a better better team. It's one thing to get rid of somebody. Addition by subtraction. I like Koussa. I don't know if we've seen the ceiling on coups mma if he's going to be a great player he's been a surprising player but I don't know where he goes now the apple. I got a ton of articles in front of me from last summer with the Davis. Trade Kouzmines untouchable the one guy on the roster roster. You can't trade ingram go lonzo ball go. They wanted. They wanted them gone. Nobody wanted to keep Ingram. You can't find a lot of people ingram's on one to stay ship. Everybody else out yet feels like cousy odd man out here but I just don't know what you want. What you like Marcus Morris from the Knicks like you want to get an intimidator here? Yeah mclovin I saw. The clippers have an untouchable player. That surprised me. Shooting Guard Landry. Shamet yeah another sixers draft pick by the Knicks are interested in him. Yeah and with that. Dude become untouchable clippers. Said said no to that. That shocked me as odd piece. I I don't think a lot. I people know much about him. No they don't but he's A. He's one of those surprising players in a good shooter. This is when I was watching the clippers before they got Paul George and Colli. You're you're seeing a really good young aggressive team that played hard and that's what I loved about them. That's what I loved about the nets. You know the thing with the clippers is. You've got George in quite Leonard so now they've moved it to that elite status whereas you're still waiting to see if Brooklyn's able to do the same thing you know with Kyrie and then Kevin durant eventually but I thought the clippers in nets last year were mirror images of each other that they were just young players played hard never gabe and we're playoff-caliber teams. Janklow everybody wants shooting everyone wants. Jj Radic untouchable guy like sham. It and how come our boy geographer. That's it's not in today's NBA. I feel like all you have to be able to shoot a three pointer and you can make in today's NBA. Yeah and they always say oh. WHO'S GONNA GUARD I? That drives me crazy when I hear. Then who's HE GONNA guard Steve Nash Than Anybody. Say that well who's GonNa Guard. It's like I expect. My guy might be a little bit better than and your guy you have to. You have to guard my guys well and I'm GONNA I'm GonNa win that about. Who's going to guard? Larry Bird ever guarded.

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"roeper" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"roeper" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Council Richard Roeper is back with us right now Sir going in between the seismic activity down spring feel John Cullerton and I'm retiring in a shocker to everybody and movies that are coming up this weekend they're part of big weekend of these are you know we're in a big weekend you got Oscar bait this weekend of course we do ten by four verses Ferrari probably will get nominated for a number of different thing and and number different categories Charlie's angels of course which read the time which will not be nominated and to Adam driver movies look we could do the political segue here you just went from statewide pulled political intrigue to the report which is based on the Senate intelligence committee commissioning a study of potential territories your tactics used by the CIA in the wake of nine eleven am tribe replace real life guy named Daniel Jones who is assigned to this he was given access think they put him in like a lead lined room in the bowels of the Pentagon somewhere and he was allowed access to communications between various CIA and other government officials he couldn't print out any of the documents he couldn't take any documents with me just show up for work every day and put together is report was in it being something like eight thousand pages took five years to put together and then but that point Brock about a just been elected president and his office wasn't really all that interested in going public with this because he had just one partially based on a I'm gonna run a bi partisan you know across the aisle let's work together new era it's not gonna be downs versus Republicans he thought if I start my presidency with public hearings about the bush administration either sanctioning or not knowing about torture tactics I'm a used up all my good will so the battle here in addition to you know fight getting to the truth is even getting the truth out there so here's a clip of Adam driver as Daniel Jones who at the end of his rope after five years of working on this report and discover it may never even see the light of day if we hadn't stopped DHEA this entire area would be radio active today do you hear from the instructions for use dirty bomb online in an article entitled making owning an H. bomb is the kind of challenge real Americans he has filled two buckets with uranium and swing them above your head as fast as possible it was a joke we can tell everything the attribute to your keys they already have from other sources from foreign governments from other methods they claim they saved lives but what they really did was make it impossible to prosecute we're like KSM because of what we did to him came out of a court of law the case is over the guide planned nine eleven payments set of going to jail for the rest of his life the CIA turned him into a crude tool still fighting stop meeting with them that's.

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"roeper" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"roeper" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Richard Roeper is here rich and he gave three have stars too blinded by the light the British teen of Pakistani descent to is in love the Bruce Springsteen where'd you go Bernadette I seen the commercial for this every five minutes on TV yeah I want to go to get through this quickly because I want to talk about good boys a little bit more but where you where'd you go Bernadette is based on a very popular comedic drama dramatic novel from a couple years ago distracted by Richard Linklater's one of the great for the last thirty years ever since dazed and confused and all the way through school of rock in boyhood which is one the best of the decade and and the before sunrise before midnight all those films I love Richard Linklater the first time in my career I've actually given a negative review to a Richard later film keep once it's also on the greatest actresses of her generation but I think she's way over the top here she plays this woman she's a she's the mother she's a she's a wife they live in a giant house in Seattle because her husband works for Microsoft and she got all kinds of problems she's she self centered she shrill she's basically mentally ill and it's hard to play a movie like that without you knowing people trying to get her help in the movie but then we we just don't believe the arc that happens with her it it's a tough one to sit through you know the funny moments aren't that funny and the dramatic moments don't feel like they're been earned by the screen play two stars for where'd you go Bernadette now we have a good voice which also might see the commercials for this is the an R. rated movie about twelve year old boys from the Seth Rogan production factory it feels a lot like super bad except for these kids are about to go into the six great phone great best friend G. because of the bad boys because they like to play the best I mean there there is in this is you could be at that a little little Jacob Trembley who was in that movie room a few years ago was great this sweet angel faced kid so the three very good kids but of course the going to the sixth grade one of a month to kiss a girl before they get to sixth grade that he's got a big crush on don't want to have a little adventure so we have a clip here from good boys now remember these kids are twelve years old these weapons.

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"roeper" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"roeper" Discussed on WGN Radio

"End of the lotus Richard Roeper here in studio on this Friday hello everybody so just really quickly that had when we were talking about earlier the president tweeting out about a separately who is a rapper who is friends with Kanye west Kanye got to the president and now he's tweeting out to the very talented prime minister of Sweden trying to get him to let a separately go but if you see the video I just side of a separate key in the streets of Sweden his body guards and he are involved in the beating up of some guy who tried to take a picture with them and you can't tell directly if the rapper punched him but just saying that there's just because at least there's a set for October they have a TMZ Sweden is there like a hard reset Berg out there who's got a big drinking these in a little tight tee shirt and he like to give us the scoop on everything there's a clever taking time to address this pressing issue in the world right now good point Kevin and more by the way you're employed plans right is this a cab I gave him my my super duper skyscraper bloody he has actually gotten into the any of the drinking at leading we we we think he had some shark there is now a lobster tail there are bacon wrapped scallops this is wonderful there's octopus in Seattle yeah third the there is there's a there's a second praising sell it on a stick all in there may be even some vodka in there somewhere are there telling me we got to get.

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"roeper" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"roeper" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Ton of you know, familiar comedic actors, you know, guys like scores says he they've always been great at finding somebody. You know, you go all the way back to the king of comedy where he puts Jerry Lewis in that role. You always been great about, you know, unconventional casting and finding something in someone that we'd never do is there Rupert, pumpkin. I believe was deniro. There you go. You you still haven't reviewed all of my movies that didn't like my acting ability. You know, like like, well, you're you're I m d your IMDB is you no longer than John Goodman's at this point. So I'd have to take a week off from all expect to get all the entire Dan Patrick Hoover. Although, you know, we Don't could. we could we could do a film festival, and there you go. Okay. All right. Well, whose career would you rather have minor John Goodman's? All that come out a pick them. Push. It's great to talk to you. Richard. Hope you're doing. Well. We appreciate you. Joining us anytime. Tickets Richard Roeper, Chicago, Sun-Times nationally, syndicated columnists movie critic. Yeah. I remember at one point he was he was going to review all of my roles in the Sandler movie. And I believe I'm up to like seventeen movies something like that. I mean, they're not long scenes, but I do they're seeing their movie stealing scenes. Yes. Bo do you see the ad for the film the Irishman last night. They played during the ketamine worth. It was just the title of the film who's in it and a little patch of audio the they played no clips of the movie, they said deniro Pacino. I've got the IMDB right now. It's Robert deniro, Al Pacino Ray Romano. Joe Pesci, Harvey Keitel and on and on like second tier actors a lot of them that you know, the name is Jack Nicholson in it. He's not okay. Yeah. I just. That that the very end of the departed..

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"roeper" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"roeper" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"And I don't think that you're going to have a personal bias here toward somebody. But I do want to wait see what else comes out. Do they have video? Well, you can bet TMZ is just waiting for that who's got the video how much it's gonna cost is somebody going to go after that video. If you have Robert Kraft in the act twice within a span of four days. Yeah. Polling as one is Mr. craft now, just Bob. You become Bob over the weekend. Be craft just the initial here. All right. Well, so we'll talk to Richard Roeper. I guess there was a little bit of a surprise last night. When you're looking at best picture for. I thought Roma was going to win it just because artistically everybody was in love with it. I tried watching it I got about. I don't know eighteen minutes in. I said, I just can't do it. Beautiful stylized. I have a short attention span. Green book. I did see I did like it. But there were people who had certainly in the black community. I had problems with this movie. A Spike Lee certainly had a problem with it because he was ready to leave. Black klansman was not the best movie of the year. So if spike spike was upset that green book one. But then you can't be upset at the academy for having green book is the best movie. But then you won an Academy Award for your movie like he can't pick and choose if they know what they're doing and not know what they're doing. But. Grammy Malik who played Freddie Mercury and the Queen biopic or bio pic, he was got the best actor, I didn't know Vigo Mortenson was going to win or not for green book. But another thing I'm gonna ask Richard Roper is how do you decide who is the best actor and best supporting actor because if you saw the movie green book, it's tough to tell who is the best actor best supporting actor, and it feels like that's just strategically labeled. You know, what we have a better chance of the movie getting some attention as the best supporting actor? Then maybe the best actor yelling going back to Bahim rhapsody member. For years Sasha, baron Cohen, the great comedian was rumored to be playing Freddie battery. And I think tapped out by choice. Do you think he regrets not being in that movie now because he seems like a guy could pull off anything? Well, he wanted a little bit darker and really about Freddie, miracle that was the reason. Yeah, I've okay from what I was told that he wanted this to look at Freddie, Mercury which. Me would have been a far more interesting movie little darker, little seedier. Yeah. Because of who Freddie Mercury really was and became. You know, this was more of a let's celebrate the music of Queen which I'm all for. But I think that that he wanted to do it that was real more to real life of Freddie, Mercury. Yes. He. Yeah. That movie had a little bit of criticism when it came out are skipping over huge portions of his life are important things. Yarmuk love I read a story last night that the surviving members had a huge influence on the script. They seem like they were half heroes of the movie. I kind of see that. Yes. The surviving members of the band, and, but when I you know, when they were casting that I thought Sasha baron Cohen would he would have killed it. I really believe that he would have. But I think that he wanted to make it more in line with who, Freddie. Mercury really was instead of who he became this. You know, obviously, legendary frontman, and you can make the case when it comes to bands rock bands. He's on the short list of greatest frontman ever. And you can put Jagger there and Robert plant up there. But you know. He was he was he was everything that you thought. And then some so you could combine Gaga Bowie. Elton John like you had sort of that combination combo platter. When Freddie Mercury got on stage. And there was nobody like him. Plus people always said, why didn't he change his teeth?.

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"roeper" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"roeper" Discussed on WGN Radio

"He's figured something out here. It's so enjoyable all of these. He's done with different artists that he's celebrated and this one I'm really looking forward to. And so if you have a smart speaker, you know, you got to, you know, one of those systems in your house or you can listen on tuning Lewis and the internet to this. It's it will blow you away an AM. It's going to sound like FM. It's that good. Richard Roeper has stepped into the studio was amazing. I have underachieving speaker. So I say play the BG's it'll play like, you know, something from CBGB's the nightclub. Sixty seconds of we'll be able to figure right through there. Yeah. Wait till you hear this. It is unbelievable. They're doing the other string music of of the Beatles. They heard. Yeah. Beautiful. Yeah. I know. I just wanted to say Terry hammered down here. Just to sit there and watch this. That'd be fun. Yeah. So I to do right now. All right. Let me let's do the top five again Richard just walking in the I said that the top five five might kill me today. No CPR richer life lifesaving skills. I'm asking for a DNR on this. I am. I am asking. I'm so that is where I am at this moment that that. If I go down during the show, just let me go. Oh, gosh. Because I am. I'm not I I there's not much more can handle. We're not gonna let you go that easy. Yeah. I met ROY is sound like seventy different things that started with DNA DNA DNA DNC. We couldn't joy it was like what is happening. The whole thing. Here we go. Now, it's the top five at five on the road conscio-. Sponsored by the center help you feeling new again. Yes. Yes. With. Number five shutdowns.

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"roeper" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"roeper" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Judy pilot and the WGN radio newsroom, and these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN. Seven into the studio. Couple of young kids. Just starting out in the business, Ryan Gosling, and Damian Chazelle who are behind this movie, the first man, and Richard Roeper is saying that I man is a movie the too human beings should not miss. So congratulations on that. That is a great great great movie. And I gotta say I'm a crazy like space aviation guy when it comes to movies and the opening scene, which the right stuff has a similar kind of concept seen in it. And that's one of the coolest things I've ever seen in film, and you beat it. And that is saying something right there. So that was absolutely amazing. So congratulations. The ryen tesla bit about how this started for. You is this story that you tracked with when you were a kid that you're interested in what brought you to this project. Well, it's interesting that you bring up that first scene because when I first met Damien, this was before LA La Land, we met about this film. And I think I think I think essentially you just described that scene in detail. You know, we immediately I was tucked under the wing of the beef fifty two bomber in the next fifteen about to be shot into the atmosphere. And he said, you know, that's that's how I'd like to start at will land on the moon. And then we'll figure out the rest. Pretty much the same way. Nasa did it about sixty one to sixty nine. We'll figure it out. And then I had this opportunity to read Jim Henson's book about Neil. And I realized just how little I knew how much sacrifice was involved in these missions that we have this sort of gilded image of them being predestined success. Right. That was anything, but it was one of the greatest humidity events, and and and yet was littered with with with failure the road to it. And so I thought Damian's instinct to sort of to focus on on on on Neil, Janet Armstrong and just take a deep dive into them personally and experiencing this through there is was really inspiring. And and so that's sort of. How can I'm going to jump into do the business part of this movie opens everywhere, including of course in Chicago October twelfth that's this Friday. I mandate is one hundred twelve percent on rotten tomatoes. First time ever. All series. It's a great film. So check it out guys Damian. I wanna talk a little bit about your techniques here in Rhode mentioned, the, you know, the opening scene, and of course, the moon landing, and there's there's so much intensity or almost a claustrophobic feel you brought this and also if you could talk a little bit about the use of music, which obviously is a huge thing to you. And it's ties we have this operatic score. And then we get that dead. Silence. Maybe you can talk a little bit about that for us. I guess both things on both fronts. It was about trying to really give the audience of truly immersive experience, you know. So so hopefully, you come out of this movie feeling like you've been on these missions. You've been to space and also that you've been privy to these really private intimate moments between Neil and Janet and their kids. Ryan had a great wave sort of describing what we were trying for the movie back when we were working on. It was the moon in the kitchen sink. It was about how can you use those extremes? You have the biggest cosmic adventure in human history on the one hand. But on the other end, you know, this was going to be needed to be a really personal family story about this marriage. And this family struggling through the years the lead up to the moon landing. And so we felt like if we could shoot it in a way where the audience always felt like they were right there physically there there in the capsule. And sometimes that means only seeing what the astronauts would see not going outside that they were there in the household that they were there with the kids and with the families that you know, that that. His Ryan was saying you could hopefully come away feeling like you got to see what Neil saw down to like moments in the moon, where we shoot a lot of it from Neal's POV at that was sort of thousands either wanted to take genius because it's intimate. It's such an intimate film. It's such an intimate. It allows you to have great intimate performances because the cameras real tight, and it feels like a family drama. And then all of a sudden you're going to work in a space capsule. Right. It takes you back and forth in such a way. Now, I'm sorry. I'm with the first scene. But there is a moment in that where your use of sound and structure, and what what Neil Armstrong seeing in that moment, and the changes where he leaves the atmosphere. Spoiler alert leaves the atmosphere, and he sees that arc of of the very thin veneer layer of of what's left of the atmosphere, and we seen the couple of times in both science stuff in like I said in the right stuff and other things. But all of a sudden, you realize it was shot like how they? Really see it because you get inside any kind of government built plane or anything, and it's kinda it's kinda cheap inside feeling. Right. You look at it. And it's not what you think. It's not Holly. Always looks like it needs to paint job. You made the decision to make it look like that to make it to make it look like it really looks. Yeah. Well, those real planes those real capsules I wouldn't call them reassuring. If you're about to get the look of any of them, I think for the whole movie we wanted people to feel the fear feel my God, what these people were willing to do the capsules they were willing to put themselves into the risks. They were willing to take and yeah, you're talking about sound certainly played a big part of that just trying to immerse the audience in that sound sensory experience music. You were talking about was a big part of that just hopefully making you feel almost almost like virtual reality. You know, where where you just you even though, you know, this this is a movie, it's a two dimensional media on you're sitting there in the you're not actually going into space that hopefully you just feel on a sensory level like your. Having that experience. Let's talk about the performance Iran if we can quickly you about the idea of of. The Armstrong is as a figure because obviously passed away, you know, well before you you're considering this role. Right. So how were you able to find him and his voice because he doesn't have much of a voice is one of the quietest least lowest profile American heroes. There aren't there aren't a lot of physical things you can physical is in order to create the performance and create windows into him. But there's an extraordinary depth of character to him that the more you learn about him the more fascinating. He is the more the his reasons for being remote, this many layers there and the challenge was, but also, you know, was to honor that and not to sort of make him into somebody that is more cinematic and fun to watch. But somebody that you know to honor the depth that was there and to try and create windows into him. So that the audience could see into sort of for instance, the grief that he was experiencing. During the course of these missions or just extraordinary amount of just how brilliant he was how heaves the person who lived his life outside of his own self interests. And he's he's roic in these in these ways that are. You know, that only if you have a filmmaker like Damian who wants to pay attention to those subtleties, and and wants to create those windows, so that we can see into the character. You know, you're not gonna get a chance to really get to know Neil in the way that he deserves to be known. But that's one of the I think one of the great things about the film. And the story is Neil Armstrong was the perfect man for that job because he wasn't interested in self glory. He wasn't interested in becoming a superstar. And Damian does a brilliant job of peppering the supporting cast with all kinds of almost every actor. We recognize, you know, even if it's just one scene where like, you know, there's Garin Hines. And there's that you're. Actor after after Corey still and some of them were such bigger than life characters. So it's great. And of course, Claire playing Neal's wife is gets the big emotional scene. So you're there as the rock, solid, heart and soul of the film. But all these other things are kind of exploring around you with these other, folks. Yeah. In creating. You know texture like. You sort of love Neil because you love the people around him. You know, you realize how it says a lot about him by who he's surrounded by. And I felt that was a beautiful way to get to know Neil because I didn't have the opportunity to meet him. But to get to know somebody through their family through their children through their friends. Their co workers they painted a very loving portrait of him. He was very admired by the people around him. We'll pick up more of this interview. The other side we recorded that interview with Ryan Gosling, Damian Chazelle. In the two o'clock hour here. And so we're playing it back for you. And we have in the second half. It. It gets kind of interesting as they talk about some of the more. Dramatic aspects of making the film because it is is Richard Roeper tells us it is it's a lotta daring things here. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, the film itself as they took some interesting approaches, an yes, everybody knows like, you know, what happens Neil Armstrong. Spoiler alert. Does. They venture get to the moon. You may have seen that. Because if fans do they get to the desert in Nevada. Yeah. Love because if people know that because they remember the moon man from the MTV movie awards that right? Yeah. But there's a lot of reminders to as we as we know a gun is like, you know, they were ever men who sacrificed their lives more than a few in the course of getting to the moon and Neil Armstrong himself flirted with death a couple of times. Yeah. You know, there's there's an untold story. You know, people will always. The most famous situation was the the guys on the ground in the castle training. And then there was the oxygen fire in which Gus Grissom, this and champion white all three of them perished instantly in this in this gory horrific way, but that was not in space. But there was another accident during the Apollo program that was not discussed very much which was a plane crash right in which in which two of the two astronauts were lost on their way to Saint Louis to to go to the I guess at that point. It was the McDonnell Douglas plant in St Louis that they were going to McDonald's Asian plant, and they were there was an a fog Bank, and they were flying in on their teeth. Thirty eight there NASA, they look like little fighter jets are trainer jet and they crashed on approach, and it's interesting because. There was determined to be pilot error and NASA essentially whitewash that you never hear that discussed in the deaths during the space program and stuff like that. Because these guys were and it was such a competitive era of of you know, trying to also create these guys as superman who were going off and doing this and they didn't want. They didn't want any sense of weakness or. Capability or ineptitude play into the narrative in any way here and there were in this movie highlights it there were a lot of things that were this was by the seat of their pants really was at one point the the character that Claire Foy plays Janet Armstrong, Armstrong's wife, and they talk about how they to control. She said you're just boys playing with balsa wood at the end of the day. You don't know what we really doing? Of course, they did. And but they are also doing a lot of the pants kind of stuff and a lot of adjustments. And as Roma mentioned, I think we didn't know how much the human helmet really played into almost every second there one. They weren't just strapping in and take a ride. Right. That's not. What was hey. This is what does this thing. All right. Hold on. Don't anybody move Judy. What's coming up at the top of the hour. Governor Rauner appraising a great role model on this. Columbus Day, an accident.

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"roeper" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"roeper" Discussed on WGN Radio

"This is the. Roe Conn show with bluntest Richard Roeper here, with us today is row is having a procedure today procedure not, serious procedure Very, personal too Yep Yup, having his plumbing Jackson we hope everything, checks out, row. Strong No that's no that actually. Is strong strong, well that is, strong but, he's out for. It so he just we just said you know you're under anesthesia and if you feel like you need, to, call into the. Show call. Into the show. And he said no I. Won't be we'll see we'll. See. We we have with us here we want him to call no? Do. You think like, when, the staff comes in what he, said This is From his Rogan's very graphic with. Medical discussion so he likes to be like he likes, to, self diagnose and then. His consultations, he's, like one let me take a look at the x. Ray holds it up to. The light All right So we hope he's ok and we're praying, for him. Rose strong we know that we'll see him back, here tomorrow so I'll, be fine but that's not why we call what we're talking about here is the police shooting recently that is tracked it so much tension in. The city you can actually nationwide I. Saw, globally actually I saw a BBC story about. It today thirty seven year old. Black man Herod Augusta's who went by the name of snoop was killed in a confrontation. With police He's man. Didn't have a criminal record he was in some, minor offenses I believe, in his background but on like over a decade ago and he had a gun we wanna talk about police. Procedures, and what how police handle these and we have sergeant. Pika conus. With us thirty eight years in Chicago police officer Pete, you worked. In high crime areas putting away bad guys and, you also worked in, internal affairs where you put away a few police officers who were not doing what they should do and I think giving a unique perspective in. This these types of situations you certainly. Understand, policy and talk about this case because you. Saw the community protesting outside the. Mayor's house today actually we have a little bit of audio on that here let's listen.

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"roeper" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"roeper" Discussed on WGN Radio

"This is the roe conn show with me and richard roeper in day bro taking the day off tomorrow afford it hearing from romar on all of his ventures have story for us i'm sure but right now we want to check in with pat tomasulo you know him you love him the wgn tv morning show star and also host of man of the people ten pm on saturdays on wgn tv pat how are you i'm good how are you guys doing good and how's this whole scheduling thing before we get to the substance here i wanna know you know so you're doing the mornings for for how many years i mean we love you on the show your super town you're doing great what time do you get up well today i got up around three thirty slept slept at three thirty in the morning exactly so you're still in this place today i'm trying to escape because you're preparing for your late night show yes saturdays at ten o'clock right they have a slightly at another time like seven pm or i late night when you do mornings well i do we do tape it in the afternoon a lot of freak and work lot more than i thought it was gonna be assigned to you didn't they they like to you are they like to me they said they were going to give me three people to work on yourself listen i just came from fox that's two more than i ever got to work on anything you're plus to my friends love it but you're having fun with it it's fun to watch thank you it's it's it's fun it is it is it is a fun and challenging and lovely and enjoyable experience look so you're here to talk to us also we love hearing from you anytime but you're also going to tell us more about an event you're part of that i know is close to your heart and your wife amy is affected with try jemele neuralgia and explain a little bit about about that for people who haven't heard about i know you've been involved for several years with this particular event and tell us a little more about what we can do it out yeah well what it is true gentleman row j is a disorder that affects a cranial nerve.

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"roeper" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"roeper" Discussed on Super Station 101

"And it obviously is in pennsylvania and as big election coming and some people are saying that this could be an attempt to affect the election apparently this election is like a nailbiter and nobody knows who is going to come out on top of their be the republican or the democrat so um you know a lot of the people in the steel industry here in the united states see the tariffs as a positive so that could potentially flip the vote now who knows about just the theory i think it's interesting the timing of it's interesting because he is going to go out there and help back this this republican there in pennsylvania his name's rick sookeun y'all so in an oil it'll be interesting to see what happens and and and will we ever really know his motivations behind the tariffs i don't know that we will rue won't i think the the biggest indicator will be whether or not he actually puts them into plan into motion i mean in the roeper doping is not to say the donald trump does not s uh does not want to do implement tariffs in order to help the the steel industry because i believe he does i think he would rather take a different route then implement these tariffs in order to bring the uh the steel production and the export to this country but it's a it's a matter of how many things how many uh how many campaign promises he can cram into one move and i feel like it this may very well be a deal for nafta that congressional seat 18th district in pittsburgh and it may be working these tariffs in order to get us back to where we were in manufacturing steel ryan aluminum and opened up as though that the people in the steel industry those of the type of people that got donald trump elected so it's obvious that he would want to look out for that us right now if you watch again mainstream media networks fox news cnn msnbc pick your poison it gloom and doom steel industry is going to hemorrhage jobs and the price of everything across the.

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"roeper" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"roeper" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Maybe this afternoon if i'm not exhausted colleg came back from packs from show we'll talk about that in a second remain athena's star wars show every wednesday every wednesday dot com slash dharwar that's correct greg that's a good euro the have thank you even new show coming up scientists are scientists hours coming out later this month and sank stuff also signed stuff and starware stuff so yeah it's going to be so good but for now let's begin to show with what is an forever will be the roeper report but are some miss five items on the report a baker's fuck it does and you pieces shit wild cheering wow we don't i mean we correct cheryl their hands are really away in a wolf pack is here they aren't proud days it's a roving gang of youths in here number one item on the roeper report mario is no longer a plumber could talk you has the peace no corner no sale exactly according to marios newly updated official japaneselanguage profile through the iconic character isn't working as a plumber the should it be a total surprise because the character seems to be doing everything but plumbing but doesn't going out of work doesn't going down we're pipes count doesn't appear so here's how the recently updated florio profile explains the character all around sporty whether it's tennis repeating tennis or baseball soccer racing he mario brackets does everything cool he does everything cool everything as a matter of fact he also seychelle hair fashion everything multi colored hair all at brown here on the blacklist as a matter of fact he also seems ever worked as a plumber a long time ago.

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"roeper" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"roeper" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"On youtube dot com slash kinda funny games right now new pat upon let's play is up it's me trying to showed kevin why you fucking millennial show like pat upon because no one in the fucking goddamn kanafani slack wanted pat upon made me very upset remember there's also going to be a twitch stream twitch dd slush kinda funny games monday morning 930 pacific time before the kinda funny morning shower up more pat upon with you show you how much progress i've made over this weekend but for now let's begin the show with what is an forever we'll be the roeper report did it did di di di di di di di di thief some new lease city there's just like a milorad ali there's a melancholy to your deutz you know what i mean i think a bad job it's just like is not a you know he had it and i just feel like you're went onto all you never you never know kevin it just goes lungs i was a united states of now there were there were there were wasn't it for items other of report up baker's toughen number one we covered on this show all we how bad pokemon go fast was a now there's a lawsuit there's more i'm to read the story just and now we can't noah can't because it asked its them the antic must be dragged through the streets beaten to show how badly they fuck us up to number rely jan story here following the disastrous events of last week's pokemon go fest a few dozen event attendees are banding together to sue developer knee antic according to thomas zimmerman the lawyer organizing lawsuit detainees feel that knee antic did not provide the spirits that was advertisement one reimbursement for travel and other expenses as we ig and previously reported pokemon go fast was a bit of a mess begin was unplayable for most attendees propping the antic to offer ticket refunds and in game credit as an apology however detainees who created this lawsuit are seeking reparations.

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