18 Burst results for "Scharzenegger"
"scharzenegger" Discussed on What’s Wrong With Wolfie?
"About it. Yeah and actually leads into that plot without destroying getting right to the end straight away but it's almost like they they give him that job because it's site glad he's not going to solve it is just you know the outside of this coming in and then as he gets closer and closer and closer the obviously the main antagonist that we find out at the end You know it becomes almost more more. It becomes what why being who had that he's gonna find out is go to roy. It's just but no watching it back now and it was a little bit ruder than i remembered it. straight from the alfred where he rescued a little dog and brought it back to to to the Now and then she proceeded to Thank you a very personal way. A very english. Why put even remember the tv. I don't mean until i bought a. Dvd must've been early thousands. I there were some scenes scharzenegger. I'd never seen so it was a director's cut to me when i wash on. Dvd because automatically ever watched it on vhs must on no not not yet or something. Yeah i i must have been a can. Remember having this vhs though but do you think the risk be fc Length i used to a lot to do that tonight. Still out nanny. State always remember had a Videotapes copy of ghostbusters to from it. V and the whole encino was dislike literally cut out to They've just one so essentially like that was an inter vehicle. It wasn't it was just like off. They save the day so imagine if they did that to ghostbusters. They're definitely gonna do a spread. Both this film khanna created the the at a few popular catchphrases that were used in the playground from our amendment will for quite a few years. I'd like to say of his late. The biggest one was a whole righty then But i think that probably helped this film didn't to to prepare it where it went definitely definitely..
"scharzenegger" Discussed on Bald Move TV
"Last thing. I want to talk about specifically on the monster is the the shrunken timeframe they had to make this monster on a lot of these productions will give you months and months to work on creating the central monster of your movie right because there's a lot that goes into it including a lot of shit that is just there for filming. Like how are we need a person in this suit and make it look alien. It's got knees the been backwards. We gotta figure out how to work all that stuff. Stan winston's studio apparently had six weeks. Which is a remarkably short timeframe to create this monster because they had already tried one monster and it sucked and they were hired to do this and his team was just like. What are you kidding me. This is way too short a timeframe they heard about another production that had a year to come up with a monster. Like this and so it's remarkable. How good this monster. He is given how short timeframe to work on. It was was also interesting. That winstons outfit had this was the b. team. All the best guys were working on this thing called the monster squad and you know as one of the guys. I saw an interview with the scifi. The special effects crew that worked on a predator. And he's like at the time we were like the lesser than the people like. What are you wasting your time on this doomed project blah. And he's like but you know then again you watch the box squad. Anyone ever heard of the monster squad. And i got to work on the predator. Everyone knows about the predator. So it's like one of those like funny. How life works out the disaster project that these guys kind of like i guess like winston really believed in the concept like the script and all that Any kind of owed scharzenegger a favor or not owed him a favor but just was like friends with them. It will wanted to get it done from from terminator. And all that. Because like arnold i imagine is very good at making those connections. Yeah like if you shot a movie with him he problem and he likes you work. You did you pro. He probably keeps you around as a friend for life you know. Yeah because yeah. Even if cost thirty years like stan you know how you do. Listen to a boxes. Of god's house. The kids i need you to do it for who you say you gotta say no darnold that come on. He's gotten more famous over the years Did you see the the the way the script was written the the these brothers were watching. The i forget what it was. It might have been siskel and ebert for these guys discuss rocky four and kind of joking way and they're like what are they going to get rocky to fight next. The only thing left to fight is an alien from space. And they're like. Oh that sounds like an awesome concept. So they started noodling this idea about literally iraqi five where he fights and alien and that. After a couple of rewrites some script notes turned into the predator that might have been better rocky five maki. Rocky balboa fighting the predator would be a hundred times better than fucking rocky five. Jesus but yeah. I mean everything about the alien of this like i mean. It's a cool suit. You gotta really imposing physical specimen. The play. this head was super sophisticated. like nine. different sir voters to articulate demand ables the eyebrows get. The predator gives a good performance. Like i i love the scene. Were arnold cold cocks. It and it comes back and gives a flawless kind of lag. As at your best shot again. I can't stress this. This has got the face of crab spider. Yeah but it emotes man like it has like a moment of genuine appreciated. There's like the time where he like about the fallen arnold trap and then he notices the spike and he kind of gives them like You sort of a bitch. I'm not coming down this. It's it's good. It's good and it's all probably about six nerd stating offscreen frantically working a remote control radio. Yeah that's cool. I wanna talk about the one of the standout scenes of this movie And it every time. I've i've i've had the pleasure of showing this movie for like five or six predator virgins always it always fucking slaves. It's like after they've done that the there's a couple guys been you know the the radio operator. Geek gets taken out there in that traumatizes. The the rebel woman who can't say anything more than the jungle came alive etc. They're all on edge. And jesse ventura has got old painless out of his bag. He's got their mini gun and he takes a massive plasma gun shot to the chest he goes down and matt comes flying in his lover aggrieved. Screaming picks up this mini gun and just start hosing down the forest dude. Every member of the squad joins this scene. Takes a look at what's happened without questions. Trains their weapon. Grenade launcher whatever down. And they're just these wide shots of guys just fuck and mohan the jungle down these guns and it goes on forever and keeps escalating and it's about the best thing i've ever seen on film. It's fantastic. it's it's a so. I think back to like commando in the scene. Where he's like invading the compound right and there's this dude after dude coming out and he's just blowing them up with grenade launchers and and mowing him down. This is that times ten except there are no targets right. It's like that's what makes it so hilarious and kind of even more awesome is. They're shooting at anything and okay. Maybe one of them thinks they know that they're shooting at something. The others come up and have no fucking idea what's happening here at. This could be a weapons function. This could be like. Oh shit by a trigger finger spasm control a guys know they run up. They they empty clip after clip. Into the i mean like. He's got a whole backpack. Full amunition right. This minute gun can spit out. Hundreds and hundreds of rounds unload on this jungle like at the end. It's just like did you see. It's great because e trees i mean again i. We're not exaggerating. I hope people are moved to see this movie. Because of how god's owed is like this is gene kelly stomping in rain puddles and singing in the rain. This this scene has joy. The scene has life has a lot going on and they're literally cutting down trees like these six eight foot trunk..
"scharzenegger" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle
"Was there the good news is that it was recessive to the time that mitt romney orion john not fanning those flames engaging in that kind of demagoguery but it was there was building up the second term president obama. I think turns out. In retrospect i hadn't quite seen it at the time. Gotta say people really want a little off the deep end and that of course trump in twenty six at all came together. I personally don't believe that unless you come to grips with trump especially the big live at the election but in general the demagogry the mean-spiritedness database of unless people say no to that doesn't mean they have to grovel at apologized for weeks on end doesn't mean the after even say they were wrong necessarily to vote for him once or twice they can rationalize that with some of the things they think that happened. There were okay. They need to come to grips with with what happened. Was recent republican president. Trump wasn't just like another random set largely jalen greens senator Member of congress or random governor somewhere. There's a little embarrassing. He was the republican president united states supported by the republican party at the national level in a very strong and almost uniform way. Well he didn't start that way back in two thousand fifteen. He was the laughing stock of the republican party. One can write a scenario trump. Lindsay wins denomination. Sort of fluky twenty. Sixteen you know love divided field the a couple of issues a beats hillary clinton the general election. Because she's not such a strong candidate want change and so forth against lucky intellectual college. The russians helping you can write a scenario where the republicans who control both senate and house standing up to trump. They refused to go along with certain things he wants to do. They make clear that he's president. Obviously they respect that but they are gonna make up their own minds about issues and you can write a scenario where members of his cabinet really stand up to him and not just a few of them in those few. Don't just pushed aside. And where the republican electron course doesn't seem to have an insatiable appetite for trump's demagoguery. But that's not the scenario that happened in history for me. Enabling of trump by the republican party is almost as important destruct themselves you could have had trump was kind of a one term sort of presidents sort of a fluke sort of embarrassing frankly to damage. But you know kind of like Unfair probably jesse ventura or something has governor of minnesota schwarzenegger. I think it's unfair to shore snake series. I you know. Scharzenegger gives fun term. One after governor. You know life goes on afterwards. You could have imagined that with job. But that would have required republicans on the hill not to sort of go down the path of emulating in and enabling him and imitating him and once that starts to happen. What's the whole party became. Trump's party that everything got deeper. Everything sunk deeper. The damage was more serious for people who haven't been deeply involved in politics but even for those who have how did it progress. That trump ran is an outside candidate with no real support from the rnc. Then he gets the party nomination at which point you begin to work with aaron c. Was very much a big fundraiser. But how did it go from this outside candidate to him. Really taking over the republican party. Does that happen. What were the steps. That sort of got the party there. Trump is clever..
"scharzenegger" Discussed on 40 Going On 14
"Go to lake a fire in friday. What did i think okay. The first time i saw it i was underwhelmed i I don't know what i was expecting. But i did not get what i was expecting. I just i was very disappointed. I did not win. when did you see it. I wouldn't have. I came out. This is that a point where it's going to the movies quite a bit and I first couple of years in high school at that point and we went out a lot swell. I never read the book before then. Her now And so. I don't have anything to related to that way. But i just it never spokesman ever got anything out of it. I never got the appeal of it as the worst movie. I've ever seen or anything like that. But it's just not anything that i really had intention of watching again to be honest with you until the show came up and i wanted to see the new one just to see what they did with it and so nice comparison and still even though i watched it it was. I don't know. I just it doesn't it doesn't hit me in the way it hits everybody else. Apparently what'd you. What'd you think of the effects. They're pretty good. I mean for the time minus the you know the silly part about the the eyeballs bulging out of the head. But that was for the or they knows. You're nauseous not as finger. You can't fool a golf ball. You ripped down. He's not gonna happen. Yeah i gotta say that the prostatic stated in this especially with the with the woman ahead That was in segue to me. I watched it with critical. I i remember because when it came out. Initially i was working at the video. The video store and Members huge thing when it came out they had displays everywhere posters everywhere. I got one of the posters and that sort of thing and I remember loving it everything. He was awesome. Remember thinking that schwarzenegger was bad ass. And he's kinda of schwartz. I couldn't. I did not like it the second time around. I wish i could say. I did but i watched it last night. And there's so many so many points where i'm like. I m be this confused guy. He has no idea what's reality. What's not why is he so cocky. You know he has no idea what's actually happening if this is just a dream in his head or not. Or what's what's going on. I didn't think i thought some of the effects were good. Those are good like the prosthetics with the head which was supposed to be this big thing where this the the mask comes off of Scharzenegger at the railway station. Two weeks that sort of thing. I want i understand the logic of putting a mask on that also contains explosives. That i thought was kind of dumb But i.
"scharzenegger" Discussed on Daily Pop
"In a way that's like you're my husband and my wife. I just don't see that for them. You know it's interesting. Because i was on your side and on that path earlier this morning but after looking at what it's been going on in pop culture in the world and how people in marriages are evolving. I feel like there are more people out there with modern marriages is and i think i think when you take us separation and you take a moment away from one another. No one says a separation is a year or two years or three years. These people could be separated for a long time and figure that their marriage works way and works best this way for their kids. So they might live separately calabasas wyoming and say. Actually this is okay like doing that. Yeah it's not. But the other thing that i will say really quickly i cannot see them with other people. That's the only thing for me that gets really dates. Like i cannot see her just being like this is like her hot football player or like her hot finance like i just don't see the other person finding another person that is like them. That's the only thing for me. That's weird l. yeah. I get him moves on. I can see her with like. I don't know some big financial guide. Maybe a politician. Someone is kind of rom yet. no i like that. Yeah i we'll she. I mean she looks good with a paper bag. You know. I mean just a light post right now. She's not going to have a problem. I think on easy to single for awhile though. I don't see it for a long time. I mean don't forget. We waited for maria shriver on scharzenegger to get a divorce for seven plus years. These people aren't this is not going to be easy separation or divorce. There are assets there are companies are billions of dollars a sixty million our house across from korea. Since fourteen. Million dollars in wyoming. This is gonna a while so hold your horses on the lawyer. Football player honey. I just got together. You know just a little sad because they were so in love in the beginning. I do feel like this has been a couple of years in the making. I feel like we've seen it and it's just it's divorce always sucks you now and breaking foist sucks especially when there's poor children involved you know i just feel for them and hopefully they can make the best decision for themselves. Okay this you guys this. I had to read about and watch soon as it came out making the cane. We turn you this week from maternity leave but not everyone was happy about it and by that i mean joy behar. These two literally cannot stop fighting watch. I'm talking about. I'm somebody so much when i was on maternity leave. You missed me so much. You missed fighting with me mindless okay. Somebody somebody answered the poorest moving. So we can i weigh in. Okay guys the guys route. Hold on.
"scharzenegger" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies
"Into the summer of Nineteen eighty-one and that's when another major problem arose after three or four months of doing some pre production working Yugoslavia. The country began to undergo political upheaval in the wake of marshal. Tito's death in May of nineteen eighty so the ended up looking for a few other countries that they might be able to shoot in and they ended up choosing Spain. That's where Milius had shot win. The lions will be was very familiar with it but the relocation would require new scouting and other work and the release date ended up pushed forward six more months. To December of Nineteen eighty-one now shoot in. Spain was grueling. The mountains near Segovia the actors and crew endured temperatures well below zero oppressive humidity mark their time in Maria inundated by Mosquitos in the air. And Nats that we're invading. Their wardrobe. Injuries were commonplace. The actors found themselves trampled by animals and gashed during their sword fights and occasionally tearing a ligament the dirt in Spain was all encompassing and that triggered milius is chronic. Asthma milius would treat any griping that he heard with encouragement to stay all in on the project stating the pain is momentary. But this movie is forever. Milius wanted audiences transported to another time and another place that meticulously resembled ancient days. Ron COBB. He was working here for the first time as a production designer on a film. He researched ancient civilizations from Mayan Aztec to Celtic to Viking Two Samurai to Mongolian mixing and matching whatever. He thought was going to be cool to put in this film. Three million dollars of the budget went to constructing the mammoth sets alone with meticulous fantasy period. Detail the wardrobe the weaponry. The idol said they worshiped were all inspired by actual sources in history. Nearly fifty lavish sets were constructed in striking detail and about three thousand handmade costumes for the cast as well as the film's five thousand extras and the stunt personnel. I mean this was a huge endeavor. Amelia's wanted his cast to perform their own stunts. Whenever possible especially Schwarzenegger because there were just no stuntman. Available to had his amazing physique that would be believable to audiences so the main players ended up learning to do their own stunts. They trained in this old and form of martial arts from Japan called Kendo which is kind of fighting with bamboo shorts and they learned. Bushido which is this Samurai code of life which milius also himself learned growing up as a Japan file. Milius applied his love of Japanese culture to Conan. Wherever he could. He adopted Samurai teachings on war and weaponry and this living by a code of honor. The Samurai way really milius lifted styles from Japanese directors. He gave Conan this distinct but very elegant flow among this sea of Stiffen. Hokey entries in a British sword and sorcery genre influences. Influences film influences ranged from curious hours seven Samurai to Kobayashi's quieten which which were among his favourite films and he made his cast in his crew screen them multiple times when they were preparing for their roles. Now although it was physically exhausting Schwarzenegger deed. Enjoy acting familias. Because he found him very thoughtful he had a lot of energy and really good attitude. Amelia spent much of his time. Milius spent a lot of his time with his main actor. He took him to dinner. They went out skeet. Shooting together. They built they built models together. They built models together. Airplanes and tanks and whatnot and Milius was using that time to learn. What may Schwarzenegger tick and really most importantly whatever he was? Psychologically react to because he had analyst actor here he memory he had them novice actor here so mill because he had novice actor here to contend with so milius was memorizing all of the triggers to get his inexperienced star actor to elicit the facial expressions that he wanted four specific scenes. Despite Cohen's rough and Tumble Image Schwarzenegger did see him as a sensitive hero. He was a lover with him. He was a lover of women and of living a simple life. Although a ladies man himself Scharzenegger said that the scenes in this film were by far the hardest for him to do especially with Valeria. Schwarzenegger Saul Sandal Bergman Morris. A sister than a lover in fact they in fact she called him Hansel and he called her Gretel. While they're on the shoot adding to this adding to this Bergman's stunt coordinator boyfriend was off camera watching every moment of their lovemaking scene and dozens of Spanish. Men were peaking through the wall while they were shooting this and they were either gazing at Salt L. Bergman or maybe even Schwarzenegger himself Schwarzenegger expected to do the voice over narration. That is at the beginning and end of this film. Given that it is historic it would make sense but della Rees could not stand his voice so he ended up vetoing. It and universal also had qualms about the thickness of Schwarzenegger's Austrian Accident Being Understood by American and English speaking audiences so milius ended up hearing all of these complaints. But compromise with them. He used a different narrator. Mak- would provide the narration but he would not overdubbed Schwarzenegger's voice through the body of the film unless test. Screenings did not go well because of it so test audiences. Then he showed the film to they. Love the film. And they love Schwarzenegger as the Star. So his voice remained and the buzz of these tests. Screenings that went so well inspired millions to imagine it as the first of a trilogy about Conan and his sword he was gonNA make a couple of more after this one of the highlights of this film is a terrific score by John. Melania'S UC Film School Classmate Basil Polidori. He also scored big Wednesday and that score really generates ample excitement and it really plays nicely with the visual effects. That are done very well. For this film. He wanted a more pop oriented score but Melia said he wanted something that evoked classic themes and polaris definitely was the right person for that role John Millions Conan. It's a blood and guts adventure all of the way. There's a lot of viscera flying across the screen with every scuffle. His first intended cut was one hundred forty minutes long that was deemed too long and too graphically violent by universal so the ended up ordering Ria. That's a lot of scenes. Were removed during that part. Graphic scene of Conan's mothers beheading where they show her head rolling on the ground gushing blood. And there's a sequence involving CONAN cutting a pickpockets arm off that was removed and a King Oz rix bloody death was also removed for the American release. Anyway and the re editing did delay the released eight until spring of nineteen eighty two. And that's where it actually did very well. Conan the barbarian top the box office for its first two weeks of release. It garnered nearly forty million dollars in the United States and somewhere between forty and eighty million dollars overseas. Depending on what source you believe. The R rating did leave out some of that younger audiences that was into dungeons and dragons and the marvel comic but the director. John Milius where he was really content to try to make a film every bit as adult oriented as Excalibur. And I guess to that end he did fail to tap into the Commercial Appeal Conan. Because it's kind of a juvenile adventure of the way and many viewers only exposure to the mythic was in the marvel comic itself. Who would probably have enjoyed this if he could see it but It didn't do very well subsequently in home video releases and made a lot of money in rentals and sales down the road. Now some fans of Robert e Howard's Conan properties were not pleased with John Milius film. They felt the book series represented Conan More Intelligent. Who was more conversational? He was stronger and despite the casting of this. Perfect physical embodiment Schwarzenegger the producers tap into Arnie's natural intelligence and his articulate nature because they feared audiences were not going to understand his accent and he did have a lack of experience as an actor that might produce unintentional laughs. If he had too much dialogue that he stumbled through so they were a little bit more gun shy. Or maybe Sore Chai about Schwarzenegger as star here. The sword and sorcery films. They usually have an inherent silliness anyway. Conan the barbarian is really no different. But that doesn't make this a bad film at all. There's really a greatness to Cornyn the barbarian. The middle of the the hammy acting. And maybe the pomposity of the situations first and foremost it is. Arnold Schwarzenegger is at his finest here. He's captivating he's taciturn but he has an undeniable screen presence and he breathes life and humanity into what might otherwise. Be a very one-dimensional brute. There are only a handful of these sword and sorcery films that are worth watching. Many of them are really really bad. But CONAN the barbarian I would say is among the rare exceptions. That are actually good and I think the main reason for that is the passion of its director. John Milius for crafting this epic tale with a lot of reverence for the tradition of these older epics of ancient times. If you love muscle man if you love majors battling out for guts and Glory. If you just love all old this is really about as good as it gets in that department. So that's why I'm giving Conan the barbarian three and a half stars out of four three and a half stars on my scale. I do think that this is a good film. I definitely do recommended if you're a lover of films through the nineteen eighties and I can't imagine you wouldn't be. You wouldn't be listening to this podcast if you weren't. I definitely recommend you going out of your way to see Conan the barbarian. It's a violent film but if you don't mind that definitely has a lot of interesting things to offer. That will keep you captivated throughout even though there are some critics. That don't consider it a good movie. I actually don't agree with that. I think it's actually quite good enough to get three and a half stars out of four now as far as can be covering next week. Of course I'm going to be covering the next film. Envy Conan Barbarian series called Conan the destroyer and it came out in Nineteen eighty-four and that will be my review for next episode so check out Conan the destroyer for next week. If you want to keep up with the reviews thanks everyone for listening. I hope that you enjoyed this. Look at Conan the barbarian if you have your own thoughts and Conan that you want to impart you can reach out to me. Find my contact information at my website. You can buy list twitter. Feed facebook page instagram. My email all of those ways are adequate to get in touch with me and also check out my other reviews Emma their podcast by their quickstep. Dot Net is where to kill until next time. Thank you so much for joining me on this trip around the world in eighties movies..
Studio 360 Extra: Aural History: How Studio 360 Got Started
"Invited the rock the World Wrestling Federation champion to speak at the Republican National Convention. Pupil sock it to me. I became an official painter. I don't express political desires in my novels. I just tell story. Hello I'm Chris Anderson and this is studio three six. That's how studio three sixty began. Its first episode on November. Four two thousand just before we elected George W Bush and we all learned what a hanging Chad was my special guest today in Studio. Three sixty is the artist. Barbara Kruger. Who will talk with us about politics and power in movies and music and even in her own art? I make art about the collision of my days and nights with the culture that has constructed and contains me all that and more coming up in studio three sixty from WNYC and PRI public radio international originally produced out of WNYC. Here in New York. The show is all about the cool but complicated and sometimes strange ways that art touches our lives two decades later. That mission hasn't changed. Even if the people making the show have come and gone I'm Jocelyn Gonzalez executive producer of studio three sixty but I was still wet behind the ears associate producer when the show debuted two decades ago. I was away from the show for about ten years before returning to the staff in two thousand seventeen so as the show draws to a close sadly after twenty years I turned to some of my friends from the formative years of studio three sixty for their impressions. Could we create these beautiful stories that represent all sorts of interesting things that are going on in the country in terms of arts and then have Kurt sit with some of that? He was comfortable with and talk about them. That's Julie Bursting who was executive producer of studio three sixty when the show launched and who wrote the studio three sixty book called spark in two thousand eleven and this is Carrie Hillman who was our first senior producer and is now the executive producer at story car. At the time there had been a lot of magazines shows and it was a way for us to sort of do something different and fresh and it was like a a really creative solution to like a lot of really boring magazine. Formatted programming so I was like really game to try to figure it out. We also had two assistant producers. I'm Michelle Seagull. I started at studio three sixty as a assistant producer. In September of two thousand. I stayed through twenty thirteen as a pretty Sir and I'm now the managing producer of Sleet Studios I'm Tall Milad and I started at St Three Sixty as an intern in the year. Two Thousand and I was there until two thousand fifteen When I left I was senior producer of the show for about ten years before that and I now work at Pushkin Industries Heading up development also on staff during the early days of the show was producer and technical director. Steve Nelson Steve's now a programming executive at NPR Johnson. Do you remember what the working title was when we got there? Oh yeah hot ticket right which is first of all a terrible name and doesn't get to any of the big ideas that studio three sixty does as a name but secondly this is sort of in the relatively this was during the post dotcom boom and someone typed in hot ticket dot com into a website and it was an adult site for general audiences for sure. That was the end of hot ticket as a name every week. Studio three sixty we explore. One big idea in-depth. Today we look at the intersections of art and medicine. The idea of studio three sixty or an art show for public radio had been kind of kicking around for a long time. People were on the ground producing pieces. Trying to sort of see what would stick Eventually they brought Julie Burstein and she had this idea of like putting on pieces that sort of built on one another in having an artist or somebody else react to each piece. We started calling it a through line which was just an idea that we would carry through the show and I think the idea of having a theme came from we have to have some structure in order inside it to be able to play. The idea was that Kurt would open the show with a monologue is always delightful to look back and see that exotic bits of civilization. John Ashcroft was a senator his most celebrated crusade a failed crusade for some years. Now one of my hobby horses has been the blurring lines between news politics crime or and entertainment and then he would have a person in the studio with him and then we would present pre recorded pieces to play for this person. I try in my work to speak to the human in US and That human end to bear kind of witness and in enabled react to it. That's really fascinating That makes me think of this. Yes we looked a lot at the degeneration of people's memories and one of the pieces of research we discovered is precisely why I found listening to that piece so fascinating so it would give us an opportunity. Say something that took them off of their typical talking points that gave us an insight into the way they think their personality It also added some depth. I think to the the pieces themselves because you can't do everything in five minutes and so maybe you have to like leave something on the cutting room floor but you can resurrect it a little bit with with the like well-placed Kirk question so I thought it was really cool. I loved gathering stories from really disparate places and putting them next to each other and then talking about them. It was just so much fun. Do you remember a point when you realize it was working? I have to say. I think that first Shakespeare show because it was a whole show bringing Shakespeare up-to-date but we had Neil Gaiman Willie's just grumbling about the fact that he's a crappy writer and the San man the eponymous Lord of the rings who happens to be in this up goes over to will and offices deal are you will shakespeare. I have we met. We have but men forget in waking hours. And you and Steve or maybe it was Steve. That incredible intro He started it with Scharzenegger's hang on not to be not to be tied in the phase of man when in disgrace with fortune and men's on have we hear. Hello I'm curt Anderson and Mrs Studio Three six. It was so hilarious and it was just. It was like okay. We got it this works. I'm Peter Clowney and I was studio three six I Adler and these days I live in Saint Paul and I'm vp of content strategy for stitcher. It's a struggle sometimes to do a show. That has a theme I approach. That idea would caution now if someone wants to do a show that theme like to say like remember. It's got multiple pieces in it. You're going to have the fifth favourite piece about Gardens in this episode. But it's true that like building on the ideas across an hour is like really meaningful. My name is Eric Linski. I started as an intern. In two thousand four became assistant producer and then decided to become a contributing reporter of which I was to studio three sixty through the beginning of two thousand sixteen and I am now the host and creator of the podcast imaginary worlds. Yeah I remember this one episode where they had Madeleine Albright the through line theme was democracy and so she's sitting in the studio with Kurt and then one of the pieces was about American idol. Which was the hottest thing back? Then and they were talking about how people were taking American idol democracy far more seriously than actual presidential elections. Have you ever had a chance to see American idol? Well I actually have and I've been pretty depressed As I am by television generally these days which seems to be going to the lowest common denominator and I. I don't like the word Elitism as we kind of lost me on this last segment of him and it was really funny here. Man Albright come out of that piece. And what do you think of that? She was not too thrilled with the peace to quality that piece but what she was hearing in the piece. I'm Derek John. I was a producer and editor on the show from about two thousand four to two thousand twelve ish and since then I've done a whole bunch of work in the podcast world but I am now currently an executive producer of the how to with Charles Duhig podcasts. At slate when the theme through line shows worked man they were amazing. I mean it was like we had set this high bar and they were so hard to pull up when they clicked and everything fit together. It was truly fantastic radio and it was hard I would say we had some shows that weren't successful and that's actually what led to having to change one. Really terrible through line. Thematic show was fish the fish just literal fish in the sea. Animals really jumped the shark on that one
"scharzenegger" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"I hope it homes. When the. Chain? Things should have done. I should have done. Four three with Mario Lopez Lopez. In a big congrats to Chris Braden. Katherine schwarzenegger. Mario hollywood. So Chris and Catherine tied the knot this weekend in Santa Barbara, congratulations to the frats. That was a pretty quick. Courtship was really fast when, you know, you know, know, you know, the heart wants the heart wants each posted a picture with Catherine custom Armani wedding dress. We know that because you gave him shout out. It was very intimate ceremony. No more than sixty people. I've heard, but some of the celebrities there were Roblo, who knows Chris very well, because they worked on the show together parks and recreation and also lives in Santa Barbara. As a matter of fact, they had the rehearsal dinner at his house. There had been news house when I was there wolf Roblo did, I know? Well Nate but this world that dude has consistently been on TV TV show after TV show after TV show for years. So his David Spade, I can only imagine his house, right? Anyway, Jane's gun. And of course, Arnold Schwarzenegger was there, by the way, I just thought, Catherine must be so happy to change that last name because it must be so much easier to spell. Now Catherine Pratt. Change it, though. What does she hyphenate? All my gosh. Scharzenegger Pratt is a mean one Hollywood. Dot com. For more take on everything happening. Hang on the crazy continues from the coast. Videos, fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance..
"scharzenegger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Word Eddie, and rocky got the video is talked about earlier rate, you about the person who's getting rescued with a helicopter, right? And they got the gurney or whatever you call do you know what the person was getting rescued four? I don't do you know so they're pulling them pulling this person up and then Allen because a wind or the whatever the, the it starts to spin in like super super fast could not have been good for the vigneault. That's the thing it just, you know how you feel on a roller coaster one. This twirly thing and then just multiply that while hovering above the ground, you got so far of ailment that required some of them broken something that requires you to get a stretcher and get helicoptered out of a place. Yeah. And then you are now while dealing with that dealing with being spun around at hundreds of times, per minute. I also because I'm a meat head and I like the stuff. I have a video of Thor, right? Yeah. What's, what's his real Bjorn thorn for I whatever the mountain of the mountain game at the world's strongest man? And he's dead lifting eight oh, five twice which I think is kind of cool, I'd love day. And what's is the max buys max. He has the world record. Now, this is including this is with straps and wraps. There's there's, there's different levels of this sort of stuff you can do with a quick and without us like a risk strap helps you all the bar belts. It's just a lot of weight anyway. So, but so, yeah. And he's an incredible guy like I've seen a documentary on it. You deal with Bell's palsy for awhile to her ear seen that were like once I your face kinda gets paralyze. Anyway. Pretty cool dude. He's a really miniature wife, she's like five one anyway, because like his record is one thousand something thousand forty-three said, this did the eight hundred whatever is just, you know him him like stretching out like that's like normal for him, but he puffs two of bloom down. Boom, exactly good. Instead of just for a single right good. That means because he can. That's the crazy part. I could do that anyway, in the category of things that no one was wishing for my man are Scharzenegger has now come out with a rap. I have the video on the blog. Here's a sample hit it..
"scharzenegger" Discussed on Z104
"Seven five seven zero four. We know shortage of them today. Also coming up next. Today's on the Z Scharzenegger made his hip hop. Debut, dropping ball dropping. Into. Good. Stacks. Ready? In the. Who? Thanks. Suckle photos. They wanna take some of the. These. Over trust vigil. My daughter screens, which comes home from daycare with a new crime craft that she made us. It's six eight here on the free money coming your way in about thirty minutes, one thousand dollars. We got today tomorrow with cash kind of takes a little vacation for us to get in on this seven o'clock. Be ready be near radio that keyword for some free money. Honey also coming up before seven o'clock from the people who brought you wasn't. We bring you was it a cough. But trust me boring..
"scharzenegger" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I wonder what the guy was mad about. Yeah, I don't know. I don't know if he's gotten any whoever the attacker, was, I don't know if he's received any, you know, coverage or whatever. But, but I thought that thought that there was an interesting development here and from a perspective of forgiveness because, you know, a lot of people wanna see blood they wanna see somebody get their head chopped off in the public square. They're interested in in seeing retribution against people who have committed in an act of harm. And according to Fox News, Arnold Schwarzenegger has announced as of Sunday, that he will not be pressing charges against the man accused of assaulting him over the. Weekend. Interesting. He says, a lot of you have asked, but I'm not pressing charges said the seventy one year old Terminator star says I hope this was a wakeup call and he gets his life on the right track. But I'm moving on and I'd rather focus on the thousands of great athletes that I met at Arnold sports Africa. Who's at a special event there in Johannesburg South Africa called Arnold classic Africa, which is where the man rushed and then drop kicked Scharzenegger from behind he wasn't hurt. But did approve appear briefly startled? He had said that it felt like somebody, you know, jostled him from behind that. It wasn't a, you know, a, a major hit to him in any way shape for the thing is when you watch the video. The guy was so small. Yeah. That compared to Schwarzenegger. Okay. Who's huge. You didn't. It was not. He did not go flying like you expect from a two footed flying drop kick. Which is what he got. Yeah. He barely, you know, barely moved forward. I mean again of stumbled a little move forward. Probably five or six feet. Ed say shortly after the incident Schwarzenegger tweeted, quote, thanks for your concerns, but there's nothing to worry about. I thought I was just jostled by the crowd which happens a lot. I only realized I was kicked when I saw the video like all of you. I'm just glad the idiot didn't interrupt. My snapchat. Early barely Arnold Schwarzenegger's on Snapchat. Yeah. So anyway, it goes on to talk about the, the event that they have. And I just I thought it was interesting because, you know, Schwarzenegger engaging in a little bit of forgiveness here for this, you know, misled confused young person who was, you know, thought probably thought it was cool, or trying to get some attention or whatever wanted his fifteen minutes of fame and to, to not go after and I agree with what toward Snegur's saying here is look, he's got things to do you know. You don't want to spend your time focusing on a lawsuit, or criminal charges, or whatever this. The guy didn't do any real harm. I mean arguably, if drop kicker had caused some harm than you could argue that, okay, fine. Go after them get a little bit of compensation for any damage done. You had to go to the hospital for instance. And sometimes that can happen from things seem trivial. Have you seen the the video of this woman who pushed an old man off a bus? And yeah he was in the hospital for a month in any died. Oh, god. He was an old man with a Walker. And apparently, she was she was being pushed off all those moving up earth. No, it was. She was being obstreperous this. She was getting on the bus, and the old man told her she should be nicer to people. So she just took both hands and pushed him off the bus. So he goes out the door and faith flat on his face the concrete with his Walker. Yeah. No. I mean this is. Is is a piece work. Yeah. No, I had not heard. I said that lead to some sort of exact exacerbate of some conditions in any passed away as, as a result, you. Yeah. I mean my guess is it resulted in a closed head injury? And my father at the same thing he fell..
"scharzenegger" Discussed on KCRW
"We are NPR for southern California's. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. Steep drop in US stocks this hour, the Dow Jones industrial average is down five hundred seventy eight points or two point two percent at twenty five thousand three hundred sixty five NASDAQ is down more than three percent s&p off more than two point two percent. Investors are reacting this hour in parts of the escalating trade dispute between the United States and China NPR's. Scott Horsely reports both sides appear to be digging in China's finance ministry announced plans to increase tariffs on US imports in retaliation for the Trump administration's move last week to boost import taxes on Chinese goods. The administration's also preparing to add new terrace to some three hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese products that we're not already the target of import duties, President Trump downplayed the cost the tariffs to US consumers, arguing that China will pay the lion share eve. Even though most studies suggest the opposite is true. White House economic adviser Larry cudlow acknowledged over the weekend. The trade war carries costs for both countries. Scott Horsely NPR news, Washington, financial experts are urging investors to keep calm. Here's Art Hogan, chief strategist with national securities corporation, a long-term investors. Not listen to a lot of this noise will get through this. But right now one of the things with that was a positive is now a negative. That's really whistling the market. The Dow's down five hundred eighty two points now two and a quarter percent. Twenty five thousand three hundred fifty nine secretary of state Mike Pompeo has delayed his plan visit to Russia by a day. He will first consult with US allies before meeting Russian, president demeer Putin. NPR's? Lucian Kim reports from Moscow Pompeo's trip to Russia will be his first since becoming secretary of state last year, the Correa state Pompeo abruptly changed his travel plans canceling stop in Moscow and flying to Brussels instead. He still due to hold talks with President Putin in the Russian resort of social tomorrow, agenda items will be clashing positions on Venezuela, Syria and Iran as well as North Korea's nuclear program, which both Moscow and Washington oppose the Russian foreign ministry says Pompeo may also discuss a possible meeting between President Trump and Putin during the g twenty summit in Japan next month. Lucienne Kim and Pierre news Moscow. The US court is siding with iphone users who want to sue apple customers argue Apple's violating federal antitrust law by requiring apps species through its apps store and then making a thirty percent commission on purchases intern. Apple invoked, a decades-old supreme court ruling arguing that only direct purchasers in this case apt developers have ground soon. Not iphone customers. Apple stocks are down more than five percent. This is NPR news support for NPR comes from Yuma. A cloud based phone service for small businesses with features to autumn route and provide customary to call her Oma the smartphone for your business. More at OEM a dot com. From KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer. With a look at state and local headlines lawyers for Felicity Huffman are expected asks for leniency. When the desperate housewives star appears in a courtroom in Boston today Huffman has admitted that she paid fifteen thousand dollars to recur daughters. SAT test in college admission scandal, prosecutors are seeking a sense of between four and ten months in prison because Huffman has agreed to plead guilty. Prosecutors have said they'll recommend a sentence at the low end of that range of men is among fourteen parents have agreed to plead guilty in the case overall. Dozens of parents are paying bribes to rig standardized tests and help their kids get into top universities as you just heard from NPR a big loss today for apple at the US supreme court. A split court ruled five to four the consumers can pursue an antitrust lawsuit. The claims apple unfairly monopolizes the sale of phones. The key issue is thirty percent commission that apple charges software developers who built iphone apps iphone user, say Apple's commission makes those apps more expensive and it's been eight years since Arnold Shaw. Scharzenegger wrapped up his term as governor of California. And during that time, there've been a number of changes at the state, capital the leg. Latest target something that may be near and dear to his heart Arnold. You may recall setup smoking tent where he light up cigars and carry out political negotiations. Now, governor Gavin Newsom is turning that area into a playground for kids the Sacramento bee reports, it's part of newsome's focus on family friendly policies in his revise state budget plan released last week Newsom also called for increase spending on childcare and early education expanding paid family leave and repealing the state sales tax on diapers. Checking up on those Monday morning freeways, while the roughest rides out there right now is on the southbound.
"scharzenegger" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"The past a comic con a comic book convention, a Qasr play thing anything where you dress up of a renaissance festival. Hell, even you know, what I would also say counts. What just because I find it like something. I would never do. I don't know about even dressing up and going to rocky horror picture show, the midnight showing people do that. That's for sure they throw frankfurters right where they have the props. And they dress as characters and I've never done any of that. And just tell me about any of these things if you've ever done any of them. How fun is it? What is it? Like is it like a close knit community or people like elbow each other in the eye to, you know, get Joyce to wits autograph? Yeah. Did you see the same people over and over? If you go to these. Yes, seriously. I wonder about that like Qasr play stuff is. Or orleans. I thought furry is were all weren't furry dirty. I thought freeze rolling dressing up for sexual reasons. Well, wrong, maybe I'm wrong. 'cause I thought yeah, they do the sex too. But they're just dress up in the animal, costumes. Oh, I don't know. I thought it was all just like. Thorough. Any of this explain the furry world? We don't care what they hundred zero eight three one. Oh, one point five Chris from Brooklyn, you're on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey, guys doing real quick before. Again, the two things before I go with the some contact information Jovica that's the call in lettuce products like put together a letter to him to tempers, let was landlord she'll go for that nonsense at too. I'm not going to be this at a Bill, but I did donate one hundred dollars two days ago. So you still thank you so much. I so so what have you been to? Used to go to the general comic cons. You're right. You get more. Thank you up there. In a couple of years ago me and a friend of mine we actually went up to the one in San Diego, the biggest oil, and it's like impossible to get tickets though. And it's a lot of fun. And I said even a list celebrities go like Scharzenegger was there ups Downey junior was best the Lomas fan. Really Angelina Jolie. Was that the business? Okay. Now educate me about this. When you say that there there are they there as fans of other things or they there signing autographs and actually as part of the official Comecon. No, they're only promote whatever they're doing. Like, you know, less Sloman Schwarzenegger. They just promote. I guess what the expendable they were doing at the time. Okay. June through their unlike official business then. Yeah. Exactly. But you also get like a blast from the past. It's like the closest thing to go through a time machine. Like, you see wrestlers actors even stars in playboy models like the prime steaks on by. Okay. Now is that worth it seen a playboy model? But like she was in the magazine thirty years ago. Some of them. Hold up. Pretty good. You know, some of these celebrity like my life, isn't that bad like one I was really sad about kind of wishing to pick with them was about this about nine years ago. Gary Coleman who's tennis sitting there? No one was coming up on that you here. He died later that year. No, nobody was talking to Gary Coleman. And I felt bad you sitting in a folding table front of a folding chair with his arms. Folded. It was at the New York Jets center show. No kidding. Even in New York. Gary Coleman was huge lion escape just out on the style of people would want to talk to him. Didn't he end up becoming like a security guard at some of the movie studios for awhile? I think I think you're right. Yeah. For a while. And you'll like this Bill in extirpate of Mayhew. He goes to a lot of those people Pletcher bucket chew. We that is pretty tall is he? Oh, he's you'll giant. They could have been a wrestler. Cool. How all right. Hey, chris. Thanks for your call. See I know that I didn't know like big names went to some of these people packed in. You know, they show up for ten minutes. Get a million on how much. Yeah, they get a huge amount of money for to showing up. I thought it was just all the I don't want to say has been because that's our right like people that were famous from you know, decades ago. I thought that's what all these cons were. I had no idea had like Robert Downey junior walking all the big ones. The big ones. Get the big names. I mean, the ones that the VFW hall's not so. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. All right. Well, who's been to anything like this like a like a Star Trek convention the stranger things convention coming this weekend. And he kind of kamikazes play thing anything like that one eight hundred two eight three one one point five Thomas Jackson. You're on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey, what's going on guys? Hey thomas. Well one year. I typically no doubt is the New Jersey horror on and film festival. There was this show happened are, you know, on a couple weeks ago had big names like fun Hudson, Jennifer bunion via Thomson from back to the future, and the people that just over, you know, attend all these bench. They're just tight eight. They put a kitchen in detail into their cause play, and they really sometimes they mail on better than with on school. It's just a one atmosphere if you really haven't gone one it's really worth going to one not even just a small ones, but the big ones as well. You know, there's a big Ghostbusters fan fest coming out this year with Bill wizard WorldCom con convention album, the Sony motion picture what California June because the thirty fifth and thirtieth anniversary of coke classic Ghostbusters. And there's going to be all the major heads there. Ten accurate on Hudson. Sigourney Weaver will can you name all their Bill Murray? Bill Murray Bill Murray. Bill Bill Murray Bill Murray, he's not confirmed. I was able to do in a private event in about two years ago at all. Mazing God really got to hang with them. You got to really know got. Hey out any port drinks for me. And my buddy Aaron are cosponsor flight. Bill Murray is pouring your drinks yet. I don't even think he knew what he was pouring. It was strong. It was really. I was so he rolls his poor seven out of the bottle. Pictures, and but that fan event if you don't mind if if any users go onto wizard world dot com, and they put in the code g Jack I'm gonna get ten percents any one of their packages because this is going to be the most big epic exclusive conventions, and it's on the Sony motion picture a lot to get to see the screens cars. The plop all these hands out the vehicles and everything. So look like the iconic cars from the film convince us how Hughes I Thomas have a good time. Thanks for your call. See how excited he sounds. I don't have anything in my life. It makes me that excited. I'm I'm honestly kind of jealous of you people. So keep the stories coming with strangers things convention stranger. Some are calling. It come into New Jersey this weekend, we want to know what kind of pop culture conventions. Have you been to also anything where you dress up like a rocky horror picture show a renaissance festival any of these things one eight hundred two eight three one and one point.
"scharzenegger" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Yeah. My kids want them read. Dog. No, well, that's that's a lot of that's a real pet. Apartment building. It's a lot of work for the dog to be stuck in. But the hamster. No, we're gonna win. No at all. Is my they're all in the same family, by the way, squirrel is just a rat. With a full fluffy tail. It's it's in the same family right there. It's a little cuter. It is cuter because the fluffy tail, but it's still it's still a rat. Yeah. They don't have like even the nose is cuter than a rat knows. Like, you know, I had to make a question out of those funny tweets, and I think the question is fair hamsters real pets. No, no. By the way, when I. You know, having lived in New York, there are some of the most gigantic rats guy have ever seen some way earn entirely new. It is it is freaky. They're like darling sized rats, armadillos armadillos. Yeah. Geez. They are so scary. That's one of the scariest things living in New York. Is when you come across one of those. Yeah, they're in the subway subway in the sewers God. Oh fast track. All right. What are we got? Okay. Chuck Norris celebrators birthday over the weekend. He is seventy nine years old. It should be noted until this day until the day. He died my dad's favorite TV show. K Walker Texas ranger as he loved Walker. I think everybody's dad loved Walker Texas ranger. Here's the question who are the three greatest action heroes of all time. I teed you guys up on this in advance MoMA. What do you think? So I'm going to have to say Bruce Willis, Bruce, will I hard? Yeah. He's got that smirk. And he's funny. And I think he brings a depth to that character. Yeah. It's not just a he doesn't have a volume of action movies, the Diane movies that, but but that's not enough his other. No, I mean, it's a matter of opinion. This is completely subjective. But I don't think he's got a large enough body of action hero work. Okay. My other one Jones Harrison Ford Harrison Ford is definitely he's he definitely plays. He's and then I'm gonna go JAMES BOND. Well, JAMES BOND is a character. Right. Oh, so you mean like he changes? Okay. So you have to go, Sean Connery. I guess Sean Connery because Timothy Dalton don't go Tim on. Then let's say from Bonn. I'm just going to say Arnold Schwarzenegger because of totalitarian totality of his action. Movie were okay. Good, greg. What do you think? I got the rock Dwayne Johnson. Oh, that's good school. And he's he's I also think that because of the body of work, Tom Cruise is one hundred. Sent one of the best action heroes of all time right now. He's in every body work buddy of work. He does all he doesn't own stunts. I mean as much pressure to here, and Tom Cruise does does it doesn't matter. If you're tired of it or not he is. No. But I mean, I don't know that I'm not sure I think that's something. You just say all the videos video of him breaking. And also, he's hanging from a helicopter live helicopter beyond mission impossible. He's been in other things he was in like day and night, and he does other mission possible. Or the world's lateral minority report. The race car one. Oh thunder. Thunder. I see that. I'm also gonna go Sylvester Stallone sly. Okay. Lies all those Rambo movies. The predators been ton of. Okay. So I think the list has to include Scharzenegger..
"scharzenegger" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Seventy five degrees. Yeah. Hang. Dana, and I have known each other for a long time. I wouldn't come back. If I were you I would just stay in Los Angeles. And by the way, I mean until June. About it. So let's see if I can get the station the paper the hotel. For that long. Please. Let me be on the phone when you call Paul Rennie at the Chateau and just say, I'm gonna stay at the Chateau Marmo for six months. That'd be fantastic. It's extended. Yeah. But there's a good reason. It's cold outside. Yeah. I we've seen it January in Chicago. No doubt about that. All right. So what are you doing? LA? Here to do. Some interviews. Always last night. I saw the LEGO movie like oh to. And did you see the first LEGO movie? Yeah. I thought the violence was ridiculous. Was very. This movies very much like that very clever. Very witty. It's going be a good one that comes out early part. But that's not a review. No, no. I would never reviewable the until the actual day. Who do you interview? Like, a LEGO guy who do you interview for the LEGO movie? Well, the voices in the movies or Chris Pratt. Oh. We just got engaged to unreal Scharzenegger's daughter. Elizabeth banks is one of the voices of the movie, Tiffany haddish, one of the voices in the movie will our net among others for that. Funny. People. Yeah. So we've got some good interviews with that today. And then tomorrow. Solo interview Toronto VP Henson and Tracy Morgan. And Erica bat do and a lot of people in this new movie. What men want? Tracy Morgan just called and said that he made pregnant. So that becomes his signature joke joke. He loves it adds his joke. Everybody talks, you Oprah's have my baby. A mayo. About to become gone be pregnant. I what men want I feel like that's titles been used before. Well, it was what women. Gibson movie were Mel Gibson could hear thoughts of people around him. You know, what I never really thought about that? Until now, you may remember that I had a small skirmish with gets. Many years ago. Maybe he could hear what I was thinking. And that's what set off the said skirmish. I never even thought of that. Maybe maybe the other possibility maybe he's just a whole Bamiyan. I'm just saying. Never know. A hole was using that whole conversation. Sure was. All right. So any other Hollywood news you need to report this morning. There's really nothing much going on this morning. A terrible. Do we'll be opening today. It's back from to Oscar winner. It's Matthew mcconaughey and Anne Hathaway, but normally. Pretty much in in most of the movies. They they do. But this new movie that they do is called serenity. And it's it's pretty awful. It's it tries to be one of these stylish spill Noir style. These very period piece and very stylish story about a fishing boat, captain cut it down. Like a fishing boat, captain. Sleepy airtime island. His ex wife shows up one day. And says that she will give him ten million dollars in cash if he will take her current husband who is extremely abusive in just about every way possible take him out on the fishing boat. Get them all liquid up and then if he should happen to fall overboard and the sharks seat him. So so be it. But that's sort of the initial of this. Which would which would have been, you know, a nice premise is. He gonna do is. He not going to do it. But about halfway through the movie it takes this satiric artsy. Turn into so many probable things that could happen. And it winds up being one of these movies where it doesn't really give you the ending. You have to you have to figure out what you think the ending is. Really to go. See fun break up song. Child. Definitely no songs with moving. Shadows. A lot of a lot of mumbling a lot of shadow as you know, where they're thinking. And then you're supposed to figure out what they're thinking kind of like commercials, right or he actually one scene where he's driving truck cO. Now, Eddie sort of talking and thinking to himself, and I started laughing out loud. Because it it's exactly like those matching McConnell. Hey, was it Lincoln Lincoln birthday? Yeah. Anything about playing pool and for no reason going outside and driving down the road and running into a ball. The movie makes as much sense as that the the the ending of this movie, and the movie ends it gives you a twist at the end for me to describe anything or spoil it. So for the few unfortunate few of you're gonna go see this movie. I don't I don't want to spoil it for you. But it gives you this twist at the end of end the credits come up here scratch your head. What the hell just happened here? I'm not a hundred percent, sure. What this movie happened? So I wound up giving it a c minus. It is stylish. It's a nice nice looking movie in terms of any story. This time of year January is the dumping ground for the movie studios were they threw worst movies. And surely we've seen that so far for all the new movies that have come out for the last couple of weeks. There is a family movie. That's coming out today, which I wasn't able to see called the kid who would be king, which is sort of a modern take group of modern nudie kids kind of playing out the King Arthur and drunk people story from the clips that I've seen it looks like kind of a nice movie I'm gonna actually going to go try to catch it today. See what it's all about. But you know, if you looking for family movie rated PG looks like one that would be nice for the whole family. We don't have time to get into this now, but page six this morning is reporting Gordon Ramsay dropped the f one hundred twenty eight times in one thirty minute interview. With interviewing Tommy Lee Jones. Yeah. There you go the interviews car. The interview says called the hot ones, it's your show where celebrity guests try to answer questions while they eat spicy chicken wings. Do you think maybe we have too much to choose from now because I want that. Make that prime time joy your weekend in LA. When are you back on the show from here? I will be back. If you come back if I if I do come back I will be back on Sunday morning for the regular radio show. Okay. Among my guests on Sunday. We'll be lovely delay bowl bunny hunt. We love bunny. What's not to love? All right, buddy. Thank you. Have a good weekend. Everybody more on the moron entertainment right there. All right. Pat Bray is not just a political guru. He is a former prosecuting federal attorney. Yes. His lawyer suit on this morning to answer some questions about the big Trump news. Roger stone is long time pal. Arrested indicted later this morning in Fort Lauderdale courtroom more on that front. Pat coming up. I Steve what's up at eight thirty and Steve we're and more on this story coming up at eight thirty. There has now been some reaction from the White House spokesman Sarah Sanders will have what she says coming up for you in about ten minutes.
"scharzenegger" Discussed on X96
"Well, apparently, crisp rat and Catherine Scharzenegger are engaged. We know that. Yeah. Well, now they. They say they want a very very quick wedding wedding, very soon, and they want it to be very very religious, very extra religious religion, Jesus is actually performed they can get that. They might cost a little extra the couple announced their engagement on Monday bonded over their Christian faith early on. And a source tells people magazine that it will be front and center the religion will that is at the at their wedding. They're going to want a religious wedding. I know that crisp does. And I assume she does to God is going to be front and center in their marriage. Another insider close to Shroff Egger adds that the two likely won't wait long before tying the cannot. They are one of those rare couples that you root for from the beginning. It won't be a long engagement Catherine has already talked about having a summer twenty nineteen wedding. Mr. rat loves that has Schwarzenegger that's crisp rat loves that Schwarzenegger doesn't shy away from discussing her beliefs openly. She's she goes on and on about it. Well, they want to hurry and get married so they can have sex, right. Because you know, if they're doing it truly gospel. He's constantly around other people who have no faith. I know. Right. Paula genyk about it. But not her. She's she's willing to talk about it to anybody. Who will listen? Well, good for her. I mean, geez. Jio? I hope that they're happy..
"scharzenegger" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics
"In this country. I have no idea what have with her the truth is I've talked to her for thirty seconds in the last twenty four and a half years it at that was in her roast, which he asked me to do which I thought we had thirty seconds backstage. I've talked to by Steph kids in the b type when she would the show got it down to rose ad show. I had by show. And I thought they said she's a Trump supporter. I was like, well that'll be fun actually shot a special status special was very nice about it. That was in December of last year. I had no idea what kind of a Trump supporter. She was. But I thought and I've always very dice about the past. I'm grateful and at at if you look back at the shit the way dabble we got divorced. She called up the president's very network said if you work with him, you'll never work with be. So when we talk about this be to stuff, she you know, and I was I was she was the biggest star. Boy, I was trying to make it if I had the movie True Lies about after the Roseanne show. I probably wouldn't have been. Able to work again. But whatever. But so so she she she is scornful woman. But why he dodged a bullet? Chose. I it was nice. And I like to lead things. Nice. So that's why you do. So I had no idea. She was so it's so I started looking at her social media show. Let's get ready to cut back on it. I'm like, holy hell, she's one of these conspiracy people. That's it with these, you know, actual dot CS. And she is she's unable to say anything about Donald Trump. So when she had her multiple personality disorder, it was difficult, but she had supported me, and it was real, and I jokingly not joking. She had twenty seven different personalities two of them. Like me that is a fast. So. Racist personalities, who's doing her Twitter death the ratio racist though. It's it's an Sade. Yeah. There's something you can't be one hundred percent black or white. There's a greater there's no gray area with these Trump people say it with them their way, they're happy. They don't see, you know, and he plays into it. He's like that's why people because fiercely people Qaeda, so she is gone and she needed to be off that show because she is a full on races. There's no apology. There's also the show came back. I was like eight there was there. Yeah. They may be seated is there any other Republicans. You wanna talk shit about? We only have like four zero scumbags. All. Scharzenegger trump. No, he's not a Trump supporter. He's a great bad. He's great Republic. I love the the very I love concern. We need conservatives. We need liberals. We conservative socially liberal. Of course, you everybody should be fucking socially liberal. They can't conservatives counted on us to be socially liberal. So they gave me conservative. So the they get budget this fucking world. So then idiot Yay. Who just socially liberals? So everybody should be socially liberal. But we should live within our beads. That's why we counted on each other what we are fucking reasonable. But that just this Trump, though, Schwarzer your fucking hate straw. Okay. It's fucking. He's a monster. He's an idiot. And, but, but, but we also need somebody to get the budget to do to fix the infrastructure to put our power lights underground like you should be California..
"scharzenegger" Discussed on Poop Culture
"This holiday season scrapes that part. The the best about his entire description. Is that he uses W w. Yes. Yeah. Me too. I don't know. Why just did of like fuck? Yeah. Fuck that issue oddly enough when I'm glad you pointed that out because. I'm reading through the comments. That's what catches my eye because it's in all caps. And all of a sudden, you see WWF you're like what? That, but it's like time relevant to tagline to that is fucking bad ass to get ready for high flying elbow in leg dropping adventure. Yeah. So that was my champion common. I like it. These guys are fucking awesome. I think one of the best ones that you put up there. So far was the one that had the body of Chuck Norris and the head of Semesta loan? And I as soon as I saw the picture of like, there's no way those are still loans legs. Yeah. That one had it was all of the background from Beijing, invasion USA, and then I just swapped out salons head on top of Chuck Norris. And then we had Kelli Maroney in there from night of the comet because we did this on Kelly Maroney's birthday. And then we had Scharzenegger in there as well. And kind of hovering over the capitol building that's in the poster for invasion USA, I put the spaceship from independence day. That was a good one. Can you Photoshop one of like the nineteen Ninety-four little rascals with John Wayne Gezi in the background? I can work on that for you. This is a fan or a friend. Since for a friend already thinking about wedding presents now. They better come frame, dammit. That's what he's going to get all of his groomsmen. It's just gonna be like pictures of John Wayne gay see with the little rascals framed with squirt from the lube tub that I sent. Academy. A compare told your handout, I'm just gonna put someone a miniature ziplock bag and the picture. But the trick is don't get the ziplock kind get the the sandwich kind of fold over. Sorry about that. A lot of the good ones. All right. So you guys did such a great job with those. And I had we had so much fun reading them. Thank you, keep posting them. We're going to keep putting up some of these movies. And speaking of we got six new ones to go through tonight that you guys are going to be able to be the first ones to comment on. Oh, wow. What the hell is going on?.