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"ryan sean" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions

Messari's Unqualified Opinions

10:45 min | 1 year ago

"ryan sean" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions

"Thanks get mainstream reading and what's exciting for me about maglis is naturally rally meant a non filial curto wallet that my eight year old can use that's as neat at were ready to start on wording to users and still be pretty cyanide is episode is brought to you by our friends at voyager trading crypto currency can be tough not just talking about making smart smart crypto investments i'm talking about simply finding the right place at the trade whether it's a lack of liquidity on key trading pairs the risk of having your account shutdown or points compromise or just feeling like a second class citizen versus the exchanges accredited clients the debt can feel stacked against you and other retail investors that's why i'm excited i tell you about a brand new trading platform that just launched called voyager voyagers a fast one hundred percent commission free trading app no bullshit that helps you trade aid over twenty cryptos best part voyagers a licensed crypto brokers you don't 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then there's the second conversation of what actually happens with therion as all these other smart contract platforms come live in eighteen months right there are lots that are going to become torquay's so why don't we start i think probably daguin versus a theory positioned at us as kind of a final loss we talked about in this conversation station so let the theory smart contract platform competition casts in whether maybe not individual performance perform france users reserve currency narrative but if there's a cumulative in acts that is just going to be relentless landis and net negative for through versus year into q. is he and you start to actually see the competition ramp title st john worry at all about the troubles yours that's like as narrative in edge people stay you just said this contract platforms that at higher volume it's your in all sorts of missiles sill any normal well as i do want to return it's not just plus you'll ian bells and whistles is the combination that and interoperable watchings which is something very new action the friction of moving from tena chain i think gives sign or magnitude less maybe wasn't a couple of years ago yes i think they're still unafraid interchange i'd say rhymer actually matters osmosis the i'm watching that sees a little narrative of smart conscious contract words his little distracting i think of the word is knows as the money system worse and still it's if it's about trading rating at entirely open finance at the base of that money there has to be needed a value ryan asks the a trip to the native reserve asset right so you can in young honecker donated reserve asset that i dedicated in holder of a sleep needs in the beam of money what you have to do is you have to in your value ass and entertain entertain or end attacks your security so all be contract law firms are based on on the like their security derived from the value of the reserve ask in order to to maximize at security in order to provide a program value life money laid out that opened finance applications used you're base asset to be a sore valuable so the big question me when i'm looking at nicer day you're on your endurance which of these are positioning themselves in their their their base asset to ensure a monitoring pregnant on a it to me i haven't seen evidence than any of the are there there are a few up and coming pretentious doing these like having a crime increase sale with a bunch of VC's again being designated as security from security to volunteer jill helpful on the path to becoming a reserve commodity money you baseline so i'm not sea lock the on ashley mistake had settled about attacked you might i do that for her for a couple of reasons than there's important caveat so you may be what happened it definitely with is you'd probably need a base layer asset as a monetary premium to secure some of these other networks i also think that the reason that is true for a theory necessarily early but you know frankly is probably only true for ed klein and therion because they both have i think a pretty compelling story and the mysticism about their jobs you know obviously sa- toshi but laura vitale can become mean right b- because he is just one of the learn cans of our our generation releases considered to be one by so many within the community and smart contract trek new general and it was the first ticket sale there there is a bit of of mysticism just because of the outside returns on everything it has been built around the call celebrity whatever but i think it was a compelling enough origin story that down it kind of fits that bill of what you need for for any sound money the others are just incorporate no matter who you're talking about even the ones that had been in early because they raised from private industrier's because they have coordinated directors it just feels very different from from a monetary perspective now that the caveat to that is a lot of people are gonna buy the other tokens right a lot of people are going to buy a lot of people are gonna by polkadot maybe definitive ever watched and and all these other two hundred couple hundred million dollar protocol tokens that are gonna get quantity and it's not so much of their market cap is going me to reach either anytime soon but the few buying pressure on market is going to stop up something and further i in in other things equal so if if that happens what does that mean for demand for third other versus demand for bitcoin as it becomes easier us coin as a reserve for either because i can see a scenario where the next couple of years is is that lighthouse theory you start to see bitcoin rally because there's new macro group of users on the industry at theory of stagnant tagged because of all this other selling pressure and competition from all the other platforms coming live at the same time there are solutions that make it easier to pick one from our tracks right and so now it happens to either monitor do people still believe that narrative or do they become disillusioned and ultimately fall off because because actually i can just use the real commodity money which is which is point you're hear people talking about the flip anymore right maybe that narrow come back i i have not heard that term but a while it seems like temporarily some hardcore if theory has been chasing by bear market microphone is does that era of her back or or does he continue to kinda bleed get taxable angles one on the interoperability side one from preference yes investment advice but for into all the narratives everything you just said may get when i see when exactly doing it's incredible by ought to remind respect right now assessment in the market.

"ryan sean" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions

Messari's Unqualified Opinions

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"ryan sean" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions

"Will be like this but i generally think talked about the banks being the second level right versus whole fence that has like i is interesting to hear you talk about the exchanges as if they're wanting to advance i think it's really walls because all of the things you're trying to teach users to do i assume we'll be automated by along the walls rates of wayne base will stay on your behalf and they'll take a guy when baseball lens minor behalf and they'll they will use is your bitcoin or ether if you give them permission and you're getting interested in income to create zabel's right and it's not just now but i think with potentially every single while every single service provider what's going on top of that infrastructure that most of his should be attracted wed and this is about finding guinea pigs that are take the risks and i'll prove out the cure models of some of these applications before it actually automated the the enterprise level and really gets rolled out to millions of users of coined as able to offer five percents all horrors it's it's a totally firm game that your plan if had interest is coming from US or or seal point mike guy now that would obviously impressed over time but but but to me that feels the whole ballgame you can get people excited about a relatively safe way without doing their own custody of of hurting the terms at what point does this stop becoming your individual users and more almost marketing major walls i had a doctor while wallets wallet is the location where you have where you place husky estienne and so you do now enter in you are essentially the bank you regain harbor wallet but again like coins and this is all wallet when they take custody over it i think of those as the money off reserve your estates level so i guess the address your question i think that vision comes true where queen we days or like finance ready connects for providing services of yet wendy in interest i don't think he gets there to this whole vision i think that's fifty percent of the way to division the place where i loved it i loved it winners owners but where were probably have the most difference with them york's you may institutions that the actual after distract his rewind the aid apparel money i in bitcoin gets this is the central banks to disrupt access but but the second you're you're not acting shortness the second is the commercial next essentially so these are all the primates that are centralized allies in the delimitation in a big way in some of the designs that it makes not to steal instance gene not add around the dais level what will lead to you is possibly a disruption of the the central dates but the installment of a new classes kurtinaitis turtlenecks still the finances the coin basis it's extra work even the j. t. more ends when they finally get into jail they start running joining the mountain system and to me that's fifty percent of the revolution the other fifty percent of the rhetorician is weakening tonight we have protocols instead we disrupt that layers well and that's what the vessel open defies doing weekend we entrusts protocols for our money is a big win either megan also credited with landing as with compound a major docile dishes me and i hope foolish as my whole thing decision lebron both of those there's layers maglis from a central bank respected people have their own saw her and then necklace from a commercial senior leaguer center where we can actually do these verbs without acting on anti sense it does i do think that there are two totally separate concepts i the the idea of bank was money bengals commodity a lot of money is controversial anymore but when you start thinking about what's defy applications mendan- staking aching and other more proactive activity outside of owning a traditional commercial banking activity it gets a little trickier because as as are riskier germs your day compensated food rescue of your dolan and using some these open finance calls aw but be there's kind of systemic ecosystem rest if you can't cross the chasm in just get from the insular community orders basically just you know planning themselves and many accesses is a phrase and then user that actually with light to put some risk capital into the system in dollars or oren b or just wanna they just wanna find you'll read so they're they're taking the rest of their not creative specifically on and it seems you know what i said was is it seems like at least the first avenue bridge those people i think the primary users of a of programming probably be crypto late actually people that just won't follow some type of rubric because because there's information overload overwhelming to their value in curation but they'll eleven probably individual users that are more risk tolerant view yeah i totally read.

"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Again, some unbelievable like blinking work by Tom Cruise when he's on the when he's on the computer and he's choked Trump through job job different, Joe job three or four. It just the way things like like marks it all out on his face is unreal work by Tom Cruise, and if it's not for the fact that you just want to look at that face, you'd be like, this is ridiculous because you dial it down. It's like eight. Would this movie be better with Danny trail? And what are the other people who people want us to include into Danny trader? This is one of like the six or seven things that matters most to Bill is the evolution of The Danny trae, oh, category within the rewards leaves Steve Bush. Ame- is one of the. Yeah, it would definitely be division could definitely be, who would he be creative as as as good? Yeah, that's good. Maybe he should be clear. I want kind of a bunch these these two last ones together because they're complicated. Apex mountain and who won the movie are kinda separate here. Do you think this is apex mountain for Tom Cruise? No. No, no. Do you think this is apex mountain for Brian to Paul? No. Do you think this is apex mountain for Ingraham's? No, no, baby boy. What's up? Yeah, more than Pulp Fiction. Maybe it was pretty good. Wow. More than getting meat evil on your ass. Sure. Okay. Jon Voight. No, close and Franken Scott Thomas. No, no, no. That's only God forgives. So this is not apex mountain for anybody. It's an odd Jeanrenaud. I guess it's Ernie. It's journeys. Apex mount sees it clean, Brady's better and clean prison danger. Hell I can't believe I'm doing the podcast with the only other Henry's Ernie expert in the world shot at you, man. What about Danny elf? Men? No, no? What about that's gotta? Be Beetlejuice rate is men, Batman, Batman. I also really liked them the minute run soundtrack, but nobody asked me what about Steven berm? Who's the Palmas give me some other. Hits. He's done some good ones. So let me like trying to figure out the apex outsiders rumble fish. It's pretty good saying almost fire great stuff, eight million ways to die. Now, the untouchables amazing. Hoffa I'm going on touchable 's. Okay. Yeah. All right. Who on the movie, poof, cruise. Diploma. Here's what I'm gonna throw as a little wrinkle Hollywood. Yeah, the Hollywood studio system of putting great people the top of their craft in the best place to succeed, giving them the money needed to build an aquarium and blow it up. At very, does not exist. They had to build up from scratch. The tanks were Tom Cruise's ideas. I'll put a twist on it the specific way that this movie came together, that kind of chaotic. Almost old Hollywood way of like they don't know what they're doing, and they're not even sure what it's going to be until it's made is kind of a thing that you don't hear about anymore except as a totally cautionary tale like this is what happened on one of those Star Wars movies guy got fired. Fantastic. For is, is tragic comedy. Now, no one will ever work again with that because everything's so formula because I think maybe the maybe the the Victor is that style of collaborative almost improv filmmaking where you really get a synergy of like these creative talents in a way that seems extremely chaotic, but produces something that's really great on the screen. I think that you could make the case in both directions..

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"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"But kind of like never showed up in a blockbuster movie again, like when was the last time that he was in a in a in a movie like this where he's a member of a cast, it's like, I guess young guns, but he was the star of that movie. Yeah. And then it's like what the outsiders like this is. It's this really that Tom Cruise was also in. So that's actually very interesting depends on how strongly you feel about the Mighty Ducks. I ducks being a great on samba performance. Yeah, but he kind of disappeared from the scene. Yes. Kristin, Scott Thomas, we've talked about, I thought she was remarkable. This movie and Jon Voight who I think is is a little bit too much minutes played for the for the the. Waiters award, but it's wild because like if you watch him in this movie, you don't know he's coming home and is the seventies iconic seventies actor can midnight cowboy Phelps unbelievable. Any other nominees or any choices for this one? Ooh, I mean, I think you gotta give put a little respect on Ving rains his name. Yeah. I know Luther becomes weirdly such a big issue becomes ethan's conscience throughout this whole series. And there is something I think unique about saying like finger Ames who is this burly imposing Marcellus Wallace figure being the hacker being a guy who is the smartest guy in the room who knows knows the late land on everything that was that was a Smart Choice and like it holds through, they introduced Simon Pegg to be that guy as the series goes on, but I don't know. He's just routinely entertaining these movies. Yeah, I'm gonna go with Redgrave. I also Shasta genre who is in the midst of unbelievable volcanic Haastrup at this time from the professional. To this to Ronin just like he's great and Ronin unbelievable exact same Rowley possible believes in Ronin except a much more gregarious like weatherbeaten isn't this a shame what's happening to us? But also like Ving Rhames in in. Yeah, and Sean bean is John Renault in Ronin. Once again, you've tried to erase the film from nineteen ninety-five called French, kiss starring Kevin Kline in Meg Ryan, which Renault appears as inspector jump. Paul cardinal, oh, okay, we're going Redgrave on this one. This is going to be this is going to be a good one. What is age? The worst ill, here's some nominees, Ethan, typing, internet access into a computer. That's honestly how we thought it worked at the time Netscape browser that IMF uses to watch news clips, floppy disks the insanely attention, drawing surveillance. I wear warned by Hedda and Sarah during the. Doug surveillance. The masks fucking hate masks n. just just the whole, the Claire plotline. I, I take issue with the masks and the masks is not believable. They don't have snow I, you guys are wrong. That's my towel. A, here's why these movies need to have something preposterous about them and mission accomplished..

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"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"The big ones where that Juliette Begnaud turned down the role of Claire because she didn't want to be known for blockbusters. We're weird. Take from Juliette largely worked out for her. I think you know, I think it would have been fascinating idea for Juliette notion, Kristin, Scott Thomas to star in two different, extremely will see these ninety six. This is the same years, The English Patient, and that would just been a funny coincidence Peter graves and Martin Landau from the original series, both turned down opportunities to be in the movie. After reading the script, they did not like the directions it was going to your grave specifically did not care for Jim Phelps being the villain and Martin Landau thought it was getting away from what made the show. Good. I imagine I wonder if their roles were perhaps not as big as they wanted. I don't know, Martin Landau feeling himself after that Oscar ninety four. I don't have a lot of casting. What if based on rumors of who would be cast at the time, but I do wanna talk a little bit about. There. Not it's not necessary that clear was supposed to be European at the at. So I think we can have a little bit of foam of this, and I've always kind of missed out ever since a few good men on crews doing another movie with Demi Moore, and I thought you would make clear and I kind of wonder what the vibe is of this movie. So there were sex scenes written into the movie of Claire and and Ethan that were taken out. There's actually a kiss in the trailer that they don't ever have. There's a lot of grabbing enhancing this between the two of them and there's an intimacy to them. Obviously, I think it's almost implied that they've, yeah, when he's patting down in wet room, she shows up, but there's not a lot of chemistry and I kind of wonder what it would have been like if there, if if there had been a different actress in in the role, it's an interesting question ninety six also interesting year for Demi Moore. That's the strip tease, and that's a bit of a left turn. I think should someone like her had been in a role like that. I think it's a very. Terrific part which part of why it doesn't work as well. It's probably one of the weakest aspects of the movie. And you know, she's meant to be this kind of Russian doll for gyms motivations in a way that she's used in the story. That part is also quite Hitchcock in, but I don't know with a different kind of actress. I wonder if it would have been a better part. I who else is in the is like, would you have bought it if it was like, I don't know, Susan serandon or something. I mean, who else in that? It's tough. Yeah. Demi Moore is tough for me because I think that's just a much more. I think of more visceral part when I'm thinking of Dame more. Whereas this clear head a sphinx like quality that I think even though it's absolutely and underwritten part kind of service what the overarching she could become photolysis point. Yeah. Whereas if you know if you see Demi Moore, you're like, something's going to happen. There's gonna be fight scene. Maybe there's I you, you'd be looking for some kind of left turn with her. Yeah. Okay. So maybe I'm maybe Emmanuel bears is right for that. Then do you think max was always a woman? Wow, because that's one of the great reveals of the movie obvious. Yeah, we meet Vanessa. Redgrave busted takes the movie to a completely other level. Yes, in this'll be a good opportunity for you guys to talk about the psycho sexuality of Tom Crandall so we can do Dion waiters here and let's talk about, let's do the Dion waiters. He check award. This is for supporting character actors in the movie that really make the most of their time. Vanessa Redgrave is fifty nine or sixty in this movie. I believe she was born in nine thirty. Seven movie comes out in sixty in ninety six. Obviously is one of the great actresses of the twentieth century is regarded as such. And here she is in this blockbuster playing an arms dealer named max who communicates via Usenet net group. And I would argue that she has more sexual chemistry than anyone else in the history of Tom Cruise movies with the exception of Kelly McGillis. Yes, she, she looks at him like he's a steak..

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"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Like, oh, actually, if we have aliens invading the earth, Bill, Pullman can be the second most famous person in this movie. I think he's, I think he's managed the transition to IT filmmaking pretty well. But I think that's a great point. Like, do you need like, do you need? Do you need a Tom Cruise anymore? Do you really need a Tom Cruise anymore? Is he the last guy that is like the megastar he and Paula Wagner made a very savvy choice by choosing this one? Because at this time I think you know it's it's a round the time of GoldenEye and Brosnan who had some success as bond. But bond was sort of reaching an expiration and we needed a cool new spy character. Yeah, so and the fact that it has sustained, you know, he has made other efforts towards IP filmmaking. He makes war of the worlds with Steven Spielberg. He makes the mummy in twenty seventeen. Those movies are fine. They're never going to go on his whole all hall of fame plaque, the mission impossible movies, do. I mean they're in many ways for the generation right beneath us. That's who Tom Cruise is very true. I mean, can hunt at the flip side of this is. This is a big IP movie. That's the brand is huge, extremely well known. They tried to hand it off to read and it didn't work. So you really do need Tom Cruise. Well, it's a complicated history and we talk more about this. We want to get into the awards. But I think that it's important to note that this came out is very successful, but I think it had it obviously was a troubled production. And then they decided to make this like an new director does the the next one will get their specific spin came through and did the second one. And when did that come out? I believe it's two thousand four years after and two years later worn pretty much wipes this one out, like wipes out mission, impossible because everybody is like not only is born like an exciting movie. It's like way cooler and feels way more real. And that kind of like blocked out the sun, even though mission impossible three, I have a lot of time for it took a while for this franchise to find its footing again. Yeah, and six years go by between two and three long time. Imagine weeding. We don't even wait six years for bond. His match-winning six years from marvel movie that's an extended period of time. Now, actually, something I noticed is it's compressing the amount of time that goes by between these films now. So the time between three and goes protocol was five years. The time between goes up because protocol in rogue nation was four years, and the time between rogue nation and fallout is three years. It's interesting to bring up born in the context of this because I think the two biggest influences on mission impossible or born in Essen furious. It's like the two versions, the newer, yeah, they took those two things and they combine them give me that nitty gritty hand to hand combat stuff, which obviously born the born of franchise really elevated to like an art form of this kind of like improvised, I'll pick up a pair of sunglasses and stab you in the eye with a kind of thing, and then give me the absolutely over the top action sequences car flying through a skyscraper. Yeah. And it seems like those are the two polls of the mission impossible franchise as it exists today. All right. Before we get into the awards, I just wanna find where does mission impossible one rank for you guys in terms of the mission, impossible, movies, Jason, what's words to for you? I think number one, it's number one for me to number one for me to re is up there. Yeah. And talk after you've seen six. Okay. We'll we'll talk after six. We'll just read you this entire. All right. Let's get into the awards. But first, let's take.

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"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"It's not these things that he was adapting over the years and trying to re contextualised. So I don't know. I don't know where it would rank in my. I still have like a real fun this for carlito's way. Even though I don't think it's is like very well regarded within the diploma cannon. I also really like untouchables too. I love blow out. One of the interesting things about this movie is just knowing about the way it was made, which was, you know, you hear about this more and more now where they're gonna start shooting this movie, but somebody's still writing the script and parts are still being cast. There was a premier magazine article about the movie written by Tom friend around the time of its release that was largely in talked a lot with some of the people involved. I just want to give you a snapshot of how how the creative process on this movie worked. This is friend writing. There were four AM last minute, faxes volleyball to town kep to town. Again, begging for revisions and all were mostly diplomas doing. He had. He had read towns original ending to the movie, and he had hated it and gone to cruise with an alternate plan. Quote, Bob thought that we would resolve the movie with a characterization and the box car leaning toward a Maltese, falcon type of ending, says diploma. I constructed a high speed chase seeing on the top of the train, and I thought the movie needed this visceral ending to work. Of course, the cost was huge. And if we hadn't had my ending, we would have saved millions of dollars. And you know, there's blah, blah, blah. And then basically they eventually Tom sided with diploma. Now, the interesting thing about this is that most of this movie feels like a bond movie or Hitchcock movie, or maybe the ROY Scheider parts of man creepy European espionage. Not what we now associate with mission impossible, which is due hanging on. Off of the tallest skyscraper in the world. The skeleton is there though it's basically like all the mission possible movies basically followed the template of three great set pieces. One is a cold, open, snappy, dialogue, and a big finish, and that's this movie gives you that. Yeah, that's what this movie is. So there's always a macguffin Arizona's a, like a knock list, a rabbit's foot virus era virus, you know, but you're right. I mean, it's it's interesting that there was confusion and frustration over the structure that they use because they use the same exact structure in every single movie that came forward. And that's kind of when you know you hit on something and I've been trying to write about this and try to figure out why this is such an elastic and undying franchise, and it's because it's the same movie in a good way in a way that doesn't disappoint us. You mentioned the words elastic and undying, which are two words I would use to describe Tom Cruise. Wow. It's really well to go back and watch cruise because you see shades of his performances both the past ones. The future ones, and there's a little bit of like the Tom topgun brashness. There's little like that maverick when he's like going up to Jeanrenaud and during the magic trick, I know just thinking I was up here. He was down there. Yeah, I only makes the disc disappear and in the same, there's a little bit of the Jerry Maguire anxiety nervousness. A lot of the edges from crews have been sanded down. I think he takes less risks now. Obviously, he's still makes good movies, but I think that that this was a time when you have to really like take the younger listeners back to the idea that this was the biggest movie star in the world was regularly working with people like Paul Thomas Anderson and Cameron Crowe and Aaron Sorkin and doing really provocative interesting mainstream work..

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"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"I don't think I understood what was going on eight inside understand the depth of references, and I certainly didn't understand the very subversive diplomas, psycho sexuality of some of the scenes. And then I think it be came ironic watch for a little while there. It was kind of like dead tech in and like, oh, the train and the the hanging in the Langley vault and all this stuff. And it was like, oh, this is on this. This is pretty good. And now I think it's kind of taken on this sort of. Critical adoration because it's you get somebody like diploma who has such a decided point of view making with all the toys. All the boys are at his disposal. He gets the entire toy test and it's kind of wild to see him working with the biggest movie star in the world. Three of the great screenwriters of the last thirty years desperately trying to write a screenplay as the movie a shooting. So they did not have a script as the movie was shooting, and they're still writing around these set pieces that they're devising and trying to figure out this is like the big sleep again, man where they're like, I don't know if this movie actually makes any sense, and we're going to get to that. So I just want to turn it over to you. What are your memories of this movie and and what do you think makes it rewatch -able shall we can start with you. There's two things inside the movie. The Langley drop is the iconic image of him hanging and I, as I have been rewatching the other mission impossible movies, I realized that they call back to that specific moment every time which I didn't realize it was a hallmark until I started were watching these movies, which is. Right? So that is the visual image. The other thing for me is as I get older, and as I get more obsessed with Brian depalma as many big movie fans do in their thirties and forties. I realized that this is his last great movie and it's kind of sad, but it's also the movie that in some ways his career is sort of building towards and it's which is not to say like franchise IP or movie star vehicle or any of this stuff, but it has this it. It takes something that could have been bland in someone else's hands and makes it like pure sex, pure action, pure dynamic, moviemaking. He's so good at making every set-piece Singh. He's so good at making everything that is confusing even more confusing, but interesting. And I'm sure we'll talk about every character in scrap of dialogue in the way that the camera's position, but he so fucking good. I, lo, I love Ryan almost movie making, and it was wild about this was that they hired him off of bonfire of the vanities, which is like, you know, there are books written about this at the Ed adaptation of that book and diploma. Literally like head just burned pile of money for a studio and they're like Anna, no, I'm not. I think he's got it and he does have. He's an incredible. Filmmaker, but he's obviously it was a really strident individual artists working with this in the studio system. And you can feel that when you're watching the movie. Yeah, it's for me. Diploma is at his best when he's like less, he's twenty percent less diploma. Yes, like they're that stuff is still there. There's that great shot of when Amelia west of his hacker character is in is in the elevator shaft and the camera pulls out and pans up, and you see the floors of the building. That kind of stuff is very esque. But when he is not allowed to do that all the time, I think he's, I think he's great when the when the sexual stuff is under the surface and not necessarily like totally wildly overt, that's, that's me is great. I think this is his second best movie. It's a, it's up there. It's interesting. I mean, your mileage may vary like you if you're a you and I are similar in that respect where like I really admire body double double is like not right on the surface. It's just like, here is how everyone thinks about sexist. Actually. And this movie is obviously doing something completely different for a mass audience. It's not. It's not a Hitchcock Omar..

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"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

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03:45 min | 2 years ago

"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Concepcion Hello? It's my my own special. I m f team. I'm Chris Ryan. This is this is the rewatch Ables mission impossible nineteen ninety six, blockbuster very special time. I think in the three of our lives, right? Just really like living that Jona hill mid nineties life. I was wildly pubis yes. And this was released in nineteen Ninety-six directed by Brian depalma produced by Tom Cruise and Paula Wagner. It was their first sort of production as as producers for themselves. That was their shingle that they were working from. It was written by and I use this term loosely, Robert town, David kep, and Steve's alien. Although largely, I think it was kept in an town and diploma and crews who worked on the script and we're going to get a lot into that as we go on when crews brought this idea to paramount. And when he said he'd like to make. Mission impossible into a movie. There was some resistance. I mean, they've been kicking this around for, I think some reports say up to upwards of eleven years. Wow. Was there had been an idea that maybe we should make mission impossible movie, but when the fugitive came out and there's a rewatch Ables on the fugitive, if you want to check that out good episode, the fugitive proved that there was box office potential in television. I pee on the big screen and there had already, you know, obviously there was this was a time when there was probably a little bit more of a adversarial relationship. And if you a TV star, you were stuck there forever. You were never going to make the transition to the big screen. And I think that there was probably some mutual hostility on both parts. But this showed that you could go back to these classic things that people remembered fondly like the fugitive like mission impossible, and obviously in the years to come, we would see more and more and more of these classic things classes, idols an active erasure of the Brady bunch movie which happened one year earlier. You didn't already bunch movie also kind of prove prove the point, right? Yes. Yeah. You're trying to say that somehow mission impossible. The fugitive did this, but what about Jan though? You're right and everybody who was working chandy bunch went onto rule the next twenty or thirty years. This was budgeted at eighty million. I I would love to see the books on that it wind up making four hundred and fifty seven million worldwide, but more importantly launched a franchise that is still going. And we do this podcast in honor of the upcoming release of mission, impossible fallout which is out this weekend number six and sounds like alive and still kicking right fantasy. You're seen it. I loved it. I loved it. I let's let's not do that here, but I love her. I can't wait to see. I can't wait to see it. He's we'll have plenty of potting about fallout to come, but I'll let's let's talk about mission impossible. One of the things that often comes up, especially if people have our ages and people who are older in us, and it's a trope. The adage used as as long as we've been talking about movies is they don't. Make them like this anymore. And I don't know if they ever made them like this. This is a weird movie and partially it's weirdness and its uniqueness, and it's. It felt like it was on the cusp of a new kind of blockbuster, and they weren't quite sure of the rules yet visit incredible blockbuster, summer man independence day, wister ransom sneakily a very big box office success that summer. This is probably the peak of cruises career. He does mission impossible in the summer and Jerry Maguire and the fall on Wednesday being real awards. Contender. This was a time. It's still a time when the movie's held enough of dominance over the cultural magic nation that you would go see movies, two, three times in the summer. Yeah, specific like the same movie. And that's what kind of powered some of these huge numbers you're seeing. You might need to see this movie twice to understand it to the thing that was the criticism. The big criticism of this moving personally, I went from kind of, I think, being frankly, even even right out of high school, I didn't get it the first time I saw. I don't..

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"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Tech give who is also an outlaw but it's too far when you can listen the guy's phone call and he has stepped down alleged slight correction he's been building these weapons just because it was his job that's only in the last few years and he's doing it their illegal arms dealers right like tony stark heats like the the entire bat suit is the product of some dark weapons experiments that he's been doing for wayne enterprises do you have any other nitpicks any of the planning and plotting of a nolan movies just you pull on one thread in it's like you find fifteen balls of yarn come out this is the most anticlimactic final question of a podcast ever who won this event sledge he just an amazing actor in amazing actor giving them using performance in a in a role that should work in movies that is basically stupid and is just larded with like existential questions yeah and he he just like i was watching it again i was like damn it yeah i'm caught up i don't mean to be morbid but i often think about like what his career would have been because i don't necessarily think it would have been like any other one that we're seeing no i i think that the two people in his generation like walking phoenix our john hall that you're kind of like okay so what you've done like a cop like i would would heath ledger of done source code having idea like what is what is the movie star version of heath ledger it's very hard to picture yeah so i think he he obviously with someone who with cared very deeply about working with really great directors and i just i think it's a real shame that will never see like a heath ledger movie with paul thomas anderson or he eligible v with martin scorsese or something like that like it it's it you can only wonder what he would have given us if he had if you'd stay with us yeah one of the disciplinary things about it is as he's really only given like two or three iconic performance yet he wasn't in a lot of great movies erzen a maybe 1213 movies and he's good in all of them use very good i'm like.

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"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Yeah there's there's not that level of psychological analysis you can apply to these other marvel villains except for magnesium agdal has an interesting backstory is no se there's too for me to want one is magnitogorsk think especially in the fast bender it'rejected sought have done really good job with yes too i think that same room did really good job dr octopus who i was not in my mind a very wasn't a villain without a gravitas mcconnell books but the way the rendition of him that offer molina does rains but in the second spiderman movie i think is actually quite good and it's because it's the opposite reason that ledgers goodies very vulnerable there's a story about his wife and what motivates him to do the things he does and what's blood drives a mad that's really the only one that i can think of that i mean it's unfair there's like four good villains there's like anti sughrue hannibal lecter and the joke i mean it's a three point which sean brings up something really interesting about dr octopuses like pathology in its that a great villain thinks he's the hero mmhmm yep so when you're just kind of playing out the red skull who is a nazi and all these other various on you know literally cartoon villains you just can't apply that the joker doesn't necessarily think he's the hero but he understands very well what he is and what the role he plays the as the flip side to batman i guess let me let me answer would be the one that cairo left on the table yeah although he is there something almost like shawki about him i think gene hackman 's lex luther is cut a great movie character um i'm not sure if he's a great villain um the one thing that the joker does and the ledger dozen the performance is if you take this movie seriously enough if you decide to take it on its face he literally ask see why you're doing the things that you're doing crack he literally makes you say he is like i'm going to light this mountain of money on fire and i don't care should you care yet yeah that's a pretty penny if they accept the very motivations a lot of these movies you know what i mean it's like.

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"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"So what do you think is the thing that these about acts thing it's like adding sledger if i go on youtube i will just watch the youtube up of just his scenes because that's really the most interesting stuff to me he's he's was incredible and movie as thinking about other correctly lauded performances from his era and how they they change over time in terms of our appreciation of them say like when that kept going back to is sean penn a mystic river was like that that went from you've seed the first time you're like wow and then it just became micunovic a mean is that my daughter and they're mean that but you're like you colleague watch that you'll get your hamid it up man yeah yeah i don't know i do think that like the thing about ledger is that he's wearing clown makeup and he's doing all this like really mannered stuff and it doesn't aged day yeah and and i think it i think it helps that his perforances brokeback mountain which was like two years before this for years for that was so controlled or is it a little apps everything was twenty miles beneath the surface and when it finally reached the top it just felt like an earthquake and then he gives you the joker which is like on the other side of the spectrum but that depth this of of motivation still feels like it's there it's it's great great performance that's a good way to frame it which is that we come into the movie knowing that we trust he pleasure to write a great actor already so he already has this you know he has the some margin of error so when he starts karlic tugging around inside of his mouth young his scars or you see his kind of crypt posture you know he has this kind of bent overlook the whole time is.

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"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Shots fired air it eckhard shares have to face i have a condo on the gulf coast that built on erin eckhard stock ocha said comedy with disrespect of people who are associated with the role they were either expressing interest or auditioned for the role of harvey josh lucas while one of your guys who we have not heard a lot from since glory ruehe how's your josh lucas stock doing in these days so that that gulf coast condo is seen better days yeah argued for years now lee schreiber i think that would be okay i think he feels that to darken stormy mcgarvy debt harvey that has to start out as a golden boy he asked our our i like him as to though he could have been a good this yes mark ruffalo no no no more colourful we to cerebral we tuna roddick rate harvey dense just like i'm just going to sam the batman sorry to mention this beforehand bruce they know rude drew brees matt damon matt dillon now in the mix uh i don't i don't quite as matt damon just wanted to be at a christopher nolan movin just whatever he needs an can i be at a bag on on the moon do you need me in in the near seller you know i i think that young demon would have been a great robin yes interesting like a courage under fire era yeah yeah interesting chris renaud and says the he never really considered anyone but he th ledger for the role of the joker ice what they say in the as he liked they they wanted to work together and that as soon as that they started to tease out this character that it was just obvious that it was going to be leisure that being said other actors rubber to be up for the role paul bet knee fine steve carell now robin williams maybe if this is a timber movie that works a little too yeah ghoulish there adrien brody i can see it and then this is just i mentioned this because when you do research on like who else was up for this role this guy has more hits that anyone.

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"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"The reader and we are not going to be doing we watch ables about any of this no that's it's very notable though the oscars if we're kind of getting ahead of ourselves but it to site its impact this movie put the academy on its asiatic forced it to rethink how was doing things together after the dirt and i was not nominated for best picture the academy decided to expand the pool to up to ten nominees for best picture and i think it's it's a largely credited with the fact that dark night which won oscars and was nominated for oscars but didn't get a best picture nomination indicated that somehow the academy was detached somehow from the the viewing audience you at added they had no it no choline with people who went to the movie theater and that's a that's a pretty big deal in something can feel important and also profitable yet with the reason i bring up all the accolades in and and the box office is that i think that and dolan's participation in this series served as a beacon for a lot of quote unquote serious filmmakers yet at this was a viable thing to do with your career was whether and you know these films take a long time to make your usually immediately be asked to think about multiple like to think about sequels and the idea that you could make this and be considered oh well this guys like the new spill berker than gruber even though you're making a bad movie is something that you know tim burton honestly like you know didn't really like become like a fair it was it was only got timber and went on to have like a very serious filmmaking career after batman necessarily 'em he he's made a lot of money but i don't know if he's ever made a thing that was like with the exception of ed wood that that people are like watson masterpiece nothing about that line of thinking those other than batman but this woman asked yet what hero has that kind of psychological text that would allow you to question what a hero is like iron man you can't do it catherine america doesn't have that angrily tried with the hulk to try and get into this thing about deepseated anger and it didn't really work.

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"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Dan in yeah liking back to got healing here in his back through push ups and stuff there are truly interesting questions about the core of what a hero is what is what is like a hero who works outside the system what does that mean to be that person also one of the interesting things about that twos it does reflect some of that park to aspect in so far as in this movie bruce wayne's biggest foe i think is not necessarily the joker but selfdoubt and the decision to kind of like think about hanging up the cape keeping caolain oh that's only mcgann watching it again i was reminded of the fact that there are two different moments in the movie when he's like i'm done i'm not doing gathering more whereas in the dark arises an obama begins it's more like someone has physically hurt me or i am in a prison or i'm venusfly father would i arafat the motivations are different and this is that this is that like dumb hanin carbonite kind of feeling in this movie wear there is it's is cloudy or morally existential i not totally sure what's driving the people at times you know chaos is a is a scribes to the joker but like jason saying the kind of like castle the mind is a big thing for wayne to like he doesn't really know who he is supposed to be in this movie which is kind of one is one of the more interesting ideas and all the tapping into sean d at one of the things that was you if if ironman berthie and see you which is arguably the most successful franchise and film history i think it probably is but and star wars yet dark night kinda created a different paradigm which is this idea that the super her a movie could also could be once a critically adored work of art while also being hugely popular dark day went on to make more than a billion dollars worldwide box office has 94 on rotten tomatoes and in 94 audience four thorn eight oscars ledger obviously winning posthumously.

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"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"But um i do think that one that really flatters the sensibilities of excited young men when you say that something is adult makes them feel like what they are consuming is more important than it is but also it is really adult i mean people are murdered it has moved main characters die heroes are forced to do things that are very on heroux accord compromised their ideals for heroism and i think that what happens is the second movie is traditionally the second movie in a trilogy and for terminator obviously were only movie nine or whatever but you know godfather for star were the original star wars trilogy the ideas like you can take the trust you've built up in this first film and you can play with it'll be right and you can push things and that there is always the jet djeddai to come in you can always the return of the jet i and be like we're all okay darts was actually a pretty good guy and yet and i don't know there's to the dark night rises because there's no the joker character obviously with heath ledgers tragic passing before the release of dark night we don't really get a in a closure on that case actor per se but the dirt her is is not necessarily more lighten sunny than dark night which is an interesting with that that's a different packets but it's interesting that he didn't really follow the traditional trajectory of a of a trilogy that just sent kinda like hey it's all okay dark night the thing that's really interesting about batman is that he's like a vicious stick character you know he's a rich guy with a lot of problems who hangs out with teens and likes to go be people up in the night you know he likes he enjoys the pain and joker is the guy who's like you know look at me what's the difference between you and me what is what is really the difference you know that's the core sensibility of batman that that duality of batman is just on the edge of really being true psycho a true cycle yeah that's what's great about this and then in dark night rises the threads really come apart when he tried to make this about international terrorism and all this other stuff but at a guy climbing out of a whole an afghan.

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"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ryan sean" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Often named alongside the godfather to aliens t to and the empire strikes back is one of the greatest sequels of all time is the sequel obviously bannon begins i wanted to start talking about it from there let's start talking about it as its legacy as a superhero foam and whether anything whether it was it's a positive legs you're negative want because people have been trying to cheese this like it's an adult it's a superhero from for adults is that is that misguided jason your your comic book reader announcer liam but killing joke and among halloween are very serious as comic story oh yeah at in the killing joke is a one off by alan moore that features it ends in an ambiguous fashion which has helped cement its legend it's really violent the joker a sexually assault barber gordon and paralyses her in in the comic book it which is something that's aged really badly that version of the joker whose much more of the malevolent clown who's willing to do anything to torture batman and to remind him that he's not that much that far away from from with the joker is is the essence of this film i think and really what makes the jokers depiction a really so great and that's what makes it an adult movie a yes in that respect you know it's not it's just not recur toos the number it's not very superpowered you know everything is very um tactile everything's real on the ground everything's the physical yaohan there's no there's no flying there's no with the exception of like there are some notes of maybe we can hit on we go through nitpick like the sky hook and things like shark i don't know why we needed this an amendment.

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