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Players most likely on the move at NBA trade deadline

SportsRadio 94WIP Nights and Weekends

05:09 min | 6 months ago

Players most likely on the move at NBA trade deadline

"Forward so here it we're getting close to the trade deadline right Thursday three PM as the NBA trade deadline here's a dose of reality about the trade deadline I'm from our our understanding you know forget for a moment who the Sixers are interested we know they're interested in Robert Covington Bogdanovich Derrick rose handful other players with other interested in them our but the issue which has been the issue all along is what do they have to give up in exchange to make such an acquisition and the only names that anybody can come up with includes the organization or someone legs I hear Smith or Mike Scott who quite frankly nobody wants either those guys they're throw ins in a deal to complete a deal nobody wants them what is our year end Smith bringing yeah he's young but guess what he's still NBA incredibly raw hasn't matured hasn't grown hasn't refined anything skill wise so he has of no value right now he's not helping out anybody Mike Scott if my sky can hit a three he's worthless out on the court he can't play defense save his life so the only thing you really have his draft picks which you're really running out of them so when you look at the the reality of their situation right you know that nobody wants a Smith Mike Scott Tobias Harris is completely untreatable who on earth would want that contract for a guy who's hit or miss night in and night out who is completely unreliable nobody that's a contractor you try to get rid of when you eat a lot of it if things get out of control al Horford come home find a single team that's gonna want anything to do with that contract including the Sixers to be honest with MBT and Ben Simmons now I know earlier tonight our when I was that I was at home doing a little bit of prep get you know for let's talk about tonight and jotting down some bullet points you know Howard Eskin joins Joe Giulio I usually Tuesday nights and of course you know what a certain point they were talking six years and I'm listening to Howard and he would love for the Sixers to have the the guts to trade either Simmons or in beat by Thursday afternoon when it comes to that I could not disagree more we all know what they think it is it comes down to this we all know would ban is capable of and we all know if that big if becomes unlocked what is truly capable of and and the different level that he goes to what we we see how talented he is Jo Ellan beat when his mind his head is on tie and his mind is focused we all know the talent that he truly is and what he's capable of there is the incredible talents in the NBA which are so rare and hard to find right this is what you stunk those years for to get players like that do you think if you decide to trade either of them by Thursday afternoon you will get anywhere near close that value in return no you sell either of them you're getting fifty percent at best in return you're not getting the proper pieces that you think you're missing in return for one of them not even close the best I and I mean this is what I think they're going to do I I would be I I'm I I can't imagine any scenario where they decide that we tried to trade either of them by Thursday three PM what I envision possibly happening they move on from the head coach they find somebody else to try to get through to one of them to try to make it work you exhaust all options before you make a decision as drastic as trading one of those two players I mean this is the hope right here I I can't envision any scenario because the we all know Joe wells a half court player which doesn't exactly fit well as a centerpiece in today's NBA which is all about pace but having said that if it's heads on tight you get to the playoffs that's when you need to have core presence more than anything and when you have banned unless he has the exact talent around him his shortcomings will come forth in a half court game yet again so I I still I still hold out hope that the two of them can work together if the towns around the correctly if they're motivated properly if they're put in certain situations I will

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"scott tobias" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"scott tobias" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Looks up flies away bad ass. And then Morgan Hislop one more here throughout his creepy turn as the motel owner in neon demon. That was one of those roles like thought about it. Well, he's did know he was in this and he's he good. He is really creepy. Yeah. Those are our top five Keanu Reeves moments. We would love to hear your picks or any other comments about the show, you can Email us feedback at film spotting dot net. And that is our show that is our Keanu. Palooza cana-, strata polluters better. Okay. Kiana palooza, if you want more had to the show archives where you can find reviews, interviews and top fives going back to two thousand. And five over at film spotting dot net. That's also where you can vote in the current film, spotting poll. We're asking you what is the best film of nineteen Seventy-nine alien Apocalypse Now or other also, if you haven't already, please do? Check out our sister podcast, the next picture what is the best film of nineteen Seventy-nine alien Apocalypse Now or other also, if you haven't already, please do? Check out our sister podcast, the next picture show, it's hosted by critics tasha Robinson, Scott Tobias, Keith Phipps, and Genevieve, kospi, the next picture show, examines, how classic films inspire and inform modern movies. So in part, one the roundtable ticks, deep dive into a classic film and considers its legacy than partout. They compare and contrast it with a modern successor. They're calling their latest pairing political affairs. So they're pairing, the Shirley's there on south Rogan rom com. The long shot with nineteen ninety three's the American president that one directed by rob Reiner written by certain and stars Michael Douglas, and Annette Benning the next picture show drops every Tuesday at midnight, so you can subscribe, wherever you get your podcasts

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"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Between the past. Needs someone out pass. And turned take the station of living. We may be through with the past. But the past is not through with us. Welcome back to the next picture show. A movie the week podcast, but to classic film and the way it shaped our thoughts on a recent release. I'm Keith Phipps here again with tasha Robinson. In Scott Tobias, Jerry Kaczynski could not be with us this week, and we're planning to embark on decades-long search to figure out why in our last episode, we discussed Orson Welles is the other side of the wind. A film finished years after wells as death in this episode will be covering shirkers another film scene light a day after years of being lost sort of where the other side of the wind is the story of movie finished years after stretcher. Let it go shirkers is the story of film at stretcher could never really let go Santan came of age a rebellious kid in Singapore. The center of a group of film crazy teams whose goals and could it shooting a movie that tan would write direct and star in a remarkably they did shoot it? Thanks to some Clint loan from Kodak, and with assistance of a mentor named George Cardona who would say little about his past beyond occasional references to serve as inspiration for James spader. Richard sex lies and videotape. Maybe that should have been a red flag. But who sees red flags when your dream is coming true? And who could for seem don't walking off with the footage with no explanation is disappearance haunted tan and her friends until ten unexpectedly received the footage back after cordola's death, only without any accompanying sound. So she turned shirkers a never to be finished narrative film into shirkers a fascinating documentary. The revisits the experience years later, it's part memoir part making story part true crime tale, and we'll talk more about it after the..

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"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Between the past or someone out of the past and to take of living we may be through in the past but not through with us welcome back to the next picture show movie the week podcast to a classic film the way it shaped our thoughts on a recent release i'm scott tobias here again with keith ups and tasha robinson genevieve kospi is opted out of our scary movie pairing not realizing that what happens offscreen is always scarier than what happens on screen on the first half of this sewed we discussed nicklaus rose nineteen seventythree shocker don't look now about grieving parents who had venice to get over the loss of a child but discover that fresh horrors await them it's themes of grief guilt an extrasensory perception carryover rei debut feature hereditary which also mir's it's stories about parents dealing with loss there times of the next picture show where we're finding connections between new film in an older one that may not have directly influenced it but that's not the case with don't look down hereditary clearly asked her was taking notes predatory starts with the death of the families cruel secretive matriarch who casts such dark shadow that her daughter any graham played by toni collette can scarcely find a kind word to say about her in her eulogy as the title suggests how ever the graham family inherits some serious spooky nece while her husband steve played by gabriel byrne tries to be stoic any gradually starts to lose her mind especially after a gruesome accident claims for thirteen year old daughter charlie and leaves her teenage son peter wracked with guilt she starts attending support group meeting and secret and finds a friend joan played by an dowd who convinces her that she could communicate with charlie vs sans as she opens up this passage to the beyond however a range of other problems gulf the grams anti believes she's the only one who can put a stop to them on today's episode will add more talk to the most talked about horror film of the year then will bring in don't look now and draw the many connections between these two sophisticated supernatural shockers please join us after the break.

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"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Between the past or someone out of the past and to take the station of living we may be through in the past but the not through with us what's the next picture show movie the week podcast to a classic film and how it shaped our thoughts and the recent release i'm scott tobias here with keith ups and robinson have you've cost pine the boards this week cowering and fear but she'll be with us again on a less spooky episode here the next picture show we believe that no film exists in a vacuum that all cultures more interesting context so every week we get together to talk over classic film and consider how it relates to a current movie this week parental grief and psyche distress are the twin engines that power too terrifying films about the lingering impact of a death in the family tasha it's the middle of summer and you're wearing a heavy red coat what's that all about i mean ghastly premonition of your damn also i thought it might get draft in the studio okay i'm scared treed what's this week's pairing since ratatouille premiered in the midnight section at the sundance film festival it's been the most talked about horror film of twenty eight teen written and directed by first timer area after the film starts with the death of a mysterious diabolical old woman and considers how her passing affect her daughter played by toni collette she and her family or each left to deal in their own way with a deadly supernatural herons astra turned to a number of classic sources for hereditary including rosemary's baby and the exorcist but the standout influence is nncholas robes form busting nineteen seventythree thriller don't look now based on a story by daphne maury who also at the stories that form the basis for alfred hitchcock's the birds and rebecca don't look now also starts with death in the family and it similarly falls parents whose lingering grief manifests into a terrifying new threat to their marriage and their lives both movies are also should be said freaky as hell in the reason they're freaky as hell isn't entirely too asteroids considerable capacities to shock the intensive emotion hereditary and don't look now are integral to the horror as the parents and both films seek answers for this whole in their lives their desperation raises the stakes and feeds into the atmosphere on today's show will look into don't look now and it's invasive approach to sex and death in the shadows venice the next week will bring in hereditary unpack all one hundred and twenty seven minutes of the dentist and most ambitious horror film in recent memory tasha please take that red coat and stay while unless you're hiding knife under there.

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"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"This episode is brought to you by miller lite did you know that miller lite was the beer that launched the light beer category miller lite is the original light beer and from the start at has never compromised on taste that's because it's always brewed to have more taste with only ninety six calories and three point two grams of carbs miller lite hold true we keep the mind between the past the someone out of pass and enter take station of living be we may be through in the past but the last is not through with us welcome back to the next picture show a movie of the week podcast to a classic film in the way it shaped our thoughts on a recent release i'm scott tobias here with genevieve kofsky tasha robinson keith ups on the first half of this episode we discussed joe dante's gremlins to the new batch and anarchy in idiosyncratic sequel to his hit comedy in this episode we're looking at deadpool two which doesn't reinvent the original deadpool so much as amplify it's violence and vulgar selfawareness deadpool two was directed by david leach one of the stunt men turned directors behind the john wick movies and so perhaps it's fitting that it kicks off with a home invasion in a death for which the hero feels responsible early in the film wade wilson aka deadpool played by ryan reynolds in his girlfriend vanessa played by maureen back arain are shown committing themselves to each other and discussing baby names for the first kid so of course vanessa gets immediately killed deadpool tries to commit suicide but alas indestructible as occurs he has to live with in the absence.

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"scott tobias" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"scott tobias" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Film spotting is brought to you this week by the next picture show film spotting biweekly roundtable podcasts that pairs new film with an earlier classic this week tasha robinson genevieve cocky keith phipps and scott tobias took on infinity war the avengers film adam and they paired it with kind of the proto avengers film x two bryan singer's second x men film and i remember thinking when i reviewed that one that it was bursting with all these different characters and it was feels that a ac now compares the biggest a comic book movie could get i had no idea what was coming clearly but you can listen to the next picture show folks dissect both of those films this week the next picture show is part of the film spotting family of podcasts and it's available wherever you get your podcasts for more information visit next picture show dot net what kind of show you guys putting on here on interested in now we're going to do this thing we're going to have a conversation from chicago this is filled spotty i'm joshua and i met him camping are very which is that have more on time or not all in the common ten it says one ring to google memo one ring to find on all the darkness i indeed we were found in the darkness josh nine hours in the company of gandalf frodo and the gang we made a return to middle earth for revisit of peter jackson's lord of the rings trilogy of course for some of us it was a visit to middle earth you i believe it might have been a bit over nine hours yeah tax just a little bit twenty eighteen marks the fifteenth anniversary of the trilogy's concluding chapter the best picture winning return of the king my review entirely in the language of more door oh i'm on board you got that middle earth again area after all then you i'm this week show will have a sacred cow review of all three films plus our top five scenes from the trilogy it's an all lord of the rings extravaganza ashkenazi thought taku look odd bosomy she crimping tool no adami won't carry you to the end of this episode ahead on film spotting.

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"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Faced over the years on the upside memorable characters with problems that make them seem human fans who love them and identify not just with the characters but with the actress playing them a form of brand loyalty and devotion that's completely redefined the cinematic landscape skewing toward longterm franchise plans and big crossover events on the downside increasingly baroque and complicated storylines individual films that make no sense unless you've seen everything in the series and a formula that can seem pretty repetitive once you see the strings so what to make of adventures infinity war the film that pulls all its predecessors together and then seems to wrap up half the marvel cinematic universe storylines in one big bang we will straight up warn you that there are spoilers for infinity word ahead as we try to make sense of it all excelsior time you will know what it's like to it run from it is we got one advantage we have with anna's wants so that's what we is i think it's good except it sucks so let me do the plan and that way it might be really good wow don't fazul one we fight for one of them group put that thing away now i don't want to tell you again group wait oh scott tobias what do you think of infinity war i really didn't like this film at all going to break from the whole group i i don't know genevieve's opinion but it was a clarifying experience for me in the sense that i remembered as always watching it that what i like about the marvel films generally speaking are the beats between the action sequences when you have time to kind of get to know these characters and you know there's a lot of loose talk and that sort of business the action itself much of the time fallen short for me so having a one hundred and fifty minute film that's all one gigantic action sequence with no other beats to several gigantic action.

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"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Between the past someone out of the pass and to take the station of living through the past but the not through with us welcome to the next pitcher show a movie of the week podcast devoted to a classic film and how it's shaped our thoughts on recent release i'm tasha robinson here with our longstanding superhero team up keith phipps scott tobias vive kaczynski here on the next pitcher show we believe that no film exists in a vacuum and that all culture is more interesting context so every other week we get together to talk over classic film and consider how it relates to current movie this week we've got two groups of superheroes fighting to save huge numbers of lives while pursuing their own tiny personal plots scott we have a whole what no we're won't even get one of those damn it was really hoping i get to do the line do we at least have a quick summary of the two films were covering this week that i can do avengers infinity war directed by brothers anthony and joe russo just broke a whole slew of box office records including making a billion dollars of the box office faster than any previous film it's the culmination of a decade of bill up for marvel studios with characters from eighteen previous marvel cinematic universe films teaming up to fight thanos a powerful alien out to literally kill half the universe the team up next to marvel's x men movie from two thousand three as much smaller but like infinity war does feature despaired groups in this case professor xs xmen his frenemy magneto and magneto loyalist mystique joining forces to stop a scheming army colonel who's out to kill every mutant on earth it's two different marvel movies about villains mad genocidal plans in heroes desperate bids to stop them both films you some of the same tricks to bring four color heroes to a live action setting in both thumbs are openly middle chapters ongoing stories continuing plotlines previous films in lining up pins for the next film in the series in this week's first episode we'll look at x to consider where marvel was fifteen years ago i think about how marvel has about building one giant cinematic universe when the rates to some of its most popular characters are in the uncooperative hands of different studios and in the second half of the episode coming on thurs.

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"scott tobias" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"scott tobias" Discussed on Filmspotting

"We're brought to you this week by the next picture show film spotting biweekly roundtable podcasts that pairs new film with an earlier classic this week genevieve kaczynski keith phipps and scott tobias discuss a couple of movies that traffic in that space between documentary and fiction the acclaimed new film the writer and obscure stymies close up adam listen to part one on the way down and had fun memories of our iranian cinema marathon there we talked about close up in a bunch of other films that they do get into next picture show and we will have our own thoughts here on the writer a bit later the next picture show is part of the phone spotting family of podcast and is available wherever you get your podcast for more info visit next picture show dot net what kind of show you guys putting on here today on interested in now we're going to do this thing we're going to have a conversation from chicago this is known spotting i'm adam nar tonight josh larsen you're off to something is it revenge money or is it something else emilia clarke there in the trailer for one of the most intimidated films of summer solo a star wars story which opens memorial day weekend clark scott questions ooh ooh yes josh you've got a question i was just wondering who shot first how dare you we'll see if we get an answer to that during this week's top five questions about the summer movie season plus thoughts on the new films the writer and you're never really here with joaquin phoenix all that and more ahead unfiltered spotting.

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"scott tobias" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"scott tobias" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Disturbing as a mood piece is absolutely effective it didn't add up to me to anything more than just being really disturbing and i think one of the thing that i have been thinking about since finishing the film and just you talk about sometimes movies that you want to just acknowledge a little bit some of the the moral aquinas sippy will you talked about with call me by her name just showing a little bit more interest in that one thing that struck me and maybe it was there for you is i never really got the sense from the lead character she so put together and knows what she wants from life despite her immaturity and she so brilliant we get that sense right away and i know this is a movie that's about the allconsuming nature of these appetites and yet there's never really a moment from her were you see her step back for a second and question the truly insane things and insane acts that she is performing there's never that moment where she where i felt like she was wrestling with it it's just it's just go for yeah no that's a fair description of ice that might be what scariest about her it flips you from her bean the point of sympathy in the movie to the one you're afraid of the most yeah and that yet there's really some trouble in about that one more consensus choice here before we take a short break in it's a film tushar the you have a number two on your list michael phillips you have a number four and we've got some support usually don't get it from your friend your frenemy scott tobias but usually wear it shows threats about everything but we we all walked out of this film are pretty much a consensus hello film spotting crew this is scott tobias and keep the ups or from uh the next picture show we have the same number one this year so we're doing this call together our number one is phantom thread keith why is it your favorite movie of the year while it's it's funny because i had a different films right number one up until i saw the phantom threat i know you did to them and suddenly this is just an hour it's an overwhelming film it's it's a sensuous delight i did not know what to expect from it based on the premise based on.

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"scott tobias" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"scott tobias" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Hi this is johnny boiled arch of sunshine on trainspotting and you're listening to film spot what kind of a show you guys were not interested in armed will look we're going to do this from chicago this is film spotty i'm josh larsen and i met him company josh what's your new film about well i am trying to solve the problem that eisenstein never solved that is our me on this vote materialised an intellectual at same time okay so that's what blade runner twenty forty nine was going for gotta be a hater don't you i do some might say it actually succeeded some ben stiller there with adam driver in noah bombast 2014 film while we're young number one we split on at us he did buy back is the subject of this week's show as we review his latest the meyrowitz stories which starts stiller and adam sandler as stepbrothers and dustin hoffman as their strange father plus our top five noah bombeck characters lots of aimless anxious hyper articulate characters to choose from there all that plus massacre theater and more ahead on film spot the next picture shows film spotting biweekly roundtable podcast that pairs a new film with an earlier classic taking a deep dive into both films over two episodes hosted by former eve club and dissolve contributors tushar robinson keith vips genevieve caskey and scott tobias this week's episodes available right now are a bleed runner double feature josh release scott's eighty two original along with blade runner twenty forty nine but which version of ridley scott's originally ought to listen to find out the next picture shows part of the film spotting family of podcast to listen and for details on how to subscribe visit next picture showed dot net.

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"scott tobias" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"scott tobias" Discussed on Filmspotting

"From spotting is brought to you by blue apron creed delicious homecooked meals with fresh ingredients delivered right to your door get your first three meals free with free shipping when you go to blue apron dot com slash film the next picture show is film spartans biweekly podcast that pairs a new film with an earlier classic taking a deep dive into both films over to episodes hosted by former av club and dissolve contributors tushar robinson keith phipps genevieve caskey and scott tobias for this week's episodes they've paired steven soderbergh's latest logan lucky with ocean's eleven out of this doesn't mean we have to argue about morgan lucky a guy oh no i like they have done really legco don't believe him the next pictures show is part of the film spotting family podcast to listen and for details on how to subscribe visit next picture showed dot net uh what kind of a show you guys for not interested in learning known to do this conversation from chicago this is film spotting i'm josh less and i met him kempen are none of this makes any sense there are like bad dreams so i know the difference between a bad dream real life okay rovers his that right by rich pretty afraid of clones so josh what scares you i'm okay with clowns actually stressed the murdering sewer dwelling clowns that bothering weird phobia that clip from the new adaptation of stephen kings it in which a group of outcast kids do battle with a clown who fits that description a review and our top five stephen king movie scares that and more red rum ahead on film spotting.

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"scott tobias" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"scott tobias" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Few movies are as good as that william styron novel and veronica voss a fast spencer for the film set in the 1950s about a former german film star very good film and that closes out our top five films of 1982 we would love to hear your picks or any other comments about the show you can email us feedback at film spotting dot net that's also where you can find twelve years of reviews interviews and top fives that on the show archives while you're at film spotting dot net go ahead and vote in the current film spotting poll were asking what is dare near enough skis best film the requiem for dream in black swan directors new one mother comes out in a couple of weeks i was an fedik as good i'll give you that also if you haven't already please do check out the film spotting family podcasts the next picture show an film spotting s view you'll find them in apple podcasts or wherever you find your other point out in wide release this weekend a rerelease on its 40th anniversary movie michael jess might think you need to go in c he mentioned it more times the show than 'bladerunner which we reviewed in some detail close encounters of the third kind also a sacred cow discussion here on the show i believe was lincoln what year was lincoln 2012 was it 2012 that long ago clearly so while i think it was twenty while they're just seems so weird to me but on that show we also discuss closer counters of the third kind and we will link to that in our show notes if you want to hear that conversation out in limited release speech rats this is getting some good buzz a film from emerging director elisa hitmen it came out of sundance our friend scott tobias from the next picture show gave it a positive review over at npr dot com tulip fever he 17th century set romance with one of my faith alicia candor and dane dawn it was completed in 2014 longdelayed delayed pushed back.

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"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Keith allowing a tweet passed new visa someone out of the hassle and enter take possession of a living being we may be through in the past but the not with us welcome to the next picture show movie the week podcast moved to a classic film and howard ship in recent release i'm scott tobias here with key phipps touch robinson and genevieve guskey here on the next picture show we believe that no film exist in a vacuum and that all cultures more interesting in context so every other week we get together talk over classic film and consider how relates to a current movie this week we're getting a front row seat to history with two political thrillers that recreate the past with the scrupulous attention to detail one is the battle of algiers the other is the battle at the algiers tussia could you tell us more okay so kathryn bigelow his new film detroit is her latest collaboration with journalist turned screenwriter mark ball who wrote her last timorese the hurt locker in zero dark thirty all three films of factbased thrillers to ease a journalistic research process and documentary like a media see to bring the past to life as vividly as possible detroit takes place during the 19th 67 riots in the city of the title but an ultimately zeroes in on an incident at the annex of the algiers motel where a response to alleged sniper fire turns into a tragic microcosm of the tension between black citizens and a racist police force to heighten a'realism of bigalow and bowls approach owes a debt to jilo porticos 1966 filmed the battle of algiers which covers another volatile historical moment with a newsreel quality that lends legitimacy to its point of view but that hasn't steered either from away from criticism quite the contrary the battle of algiers rooms while most controversial films ever made in detroit may be the most controversial film a two thousand seventeen where do we stand you'll have to wait until thursday when our second episode drops to hear what we think about detroit as for the battle of algiers our own battle starts after this.

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"scott tobias" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"scott tobias" Discussed on Filmspotting

"The next picture shows film spotting spy weekly podcast that pairs of new film with an earlier classic taking a deep dive into both films over two episodes hosted by former av club and dissolve contributors tushar robinson keith phipps genevieve caskey and scott tobias this week's episodes which are available now david lowry's unusual meditation on death a ghost story gets paired up with 1962 carnival of seoul's occult classic from director her carvey the next picture shows part of the film spotting family of podcasts to listen and for details on how to subscribe visit next picture showed dot net what kind of a show you guys were not interested in looking into this conversation from chicago this is film spotting i'm josh larsen and from alfa city alvin planets an adam company operation almost three thousand two hundred species from the four corners of the universe live on board pooling their knowledge and culture over five thousand languages not counting the various language is director lupus on his never been short on ambition he's the frenchman behind sifi extravaganzas the fifth and 2014 lucy along with ninety shootthemups the professional and lfm nikita but his two hundred million dollar bet on the intergalactic circus that is valerian in the city of a thousand planets is his biggest gamble yet and of course no circus's complete without a character named jolly the pam played by ethan hawke no less a review of the valeri and plus our top five alien worlds and more all had on film spotting.

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"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Australian on that flicks is shrink by the lake for that matter it's about a filmmaker who drives out into the countryside ostensibly in search of a fresh face for his new movie but really to escape the pressure of writing it uh he meets a shepherdess uh he gets her pregnant uh she bales italy's with the baby uh which he uh he has no experience in carrying foreign little interest in caring for and that's pretty much it as far as the plot is concerned other other characters involved but what really but take vertical is really about is the tension between commitment and freedom uh it's about the fluidity of desired human sexuality features alive a birth closeup of a live birth if you're interested in watching that in a film and yet that's not nearly as strange or provocative as it gets it's a movie that you have to add to it your way through almost like a david lynch fell but not as determined lee weird and um i find it absolutely must rising and baffling and uh if you're up for a really stiff challenge i would give it or he would've shot um maybe if you've maybe i'd try stricter by the lake first if you like that film maybe we want staying vertical cassettes a little while next level actively exchange of and lake that wind scott tobias tells me a film is a a stiff challenge i consider myself really heavily why this is the man who's like favor film is addition sell it well it's a challenge in like it's more of a challenge for the the the mind i guess other than you know if you don't wanna see a close supporter baby boardman maybe which so far i think it's fine it's beautiful thing but and there's a lot of just while it's it goes to some pretty strong places level say.

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"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"scott tobias" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Ridiculously to keep the lines between passed past visa someone passes and enter take possession of a living being we may be through in the past what the not through with us welcome back to looks patricio bv the week podcast moved to a classic film in the way it's sheep your thoughts of the recent release i'm scott tobias here again with attach robinson keeps engine beef caskey on the first half of this episode we looked at louis kubrick's antiwar film house of glory about three french soldiers courtmartialled for cowardice of the face of the enemy during world war one on this half we turn again to the great war with wonderwoman the new dc blockbuster about diana prince ak princess diana the democrats to travel so the secluded island of them secure to london in the battlefields world war one with a war drawing to a close a german general in his scientists are putting the finishing touches on a particularly nasty form of mustard gas that could turn the tide of the germans favor it's up to one or woman played by galgadud and her american escort pilot steve trevor play by chris pine to end the war once and for all what in the world could a one hundred fifty million dollar superhero movie and stanley kubrick's sixty year old war movie have in common we'll talk it out after the break what if you just stopped the war flat who'll war to end all wars.

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