35 Burst results for "Second Sequel"
Dr Michael Guillen: Science Shows That Seeing Is Not Believing
"That's what we're talking about right now with dr michael gillen. The book is believing is seeing. So you're saying that we we meaning you and others were observing. The spin of certain galaxies ended implied that there was a lot more matter and mass. Then we could see and so what we infer from that observation so we inferred that there must be some things some substance within that galaxy that is causing it to spin so fast that we can't see it's an invisible form of stuff and that's all we called it. When i was a grad student but then as i in the years afterwards we came to call it dark matter. So that's what we call the missing mass that. Where is this mass. That's causing the galaxy galaxy to spin so fast and then beyond that we discovered that the universe is actually not only expanding but it's accelerating out words. That was huge. And i actually covered that when i was at. Abc news because a friend of mine at harvard was involved in that discovery. And we call that dark matter the bottom line just just to come back to the point i was making is that when i learned as a young scientists that most of the universe is invisible and we now believe ninety five percent of the observable universe is invisible to us. I could no longer live by the motto. Seeing is believing because here was science now demanding that i believe in a universe most of which i could not see so i had to ditch. Seeing is believing in that launched me on a very long. Herman has like journey you know. Tormented intellectual sequel has like journey. I literally make fun of. Herman has in the introduction to my new book is areas in bed. I'm not even joking. I'm going to send you a copy when we get off the air. I gotta send you a copy. But so what you're saying. I really you know. I i want to be serious and let the audience know that science or let's say materialists people who are scientistic who insist. There's no such thing as anything except what we can detect with our five senses anything beyond the realm of quote unquote science cannot exist. They make this statement now. That is a statement of faith. It's preposterous but you're telling me oh by the way even science contradicts that idea. Because you're saying there is a ton of matter we can infer the existence of it but we can't see it and so that right there causes you to think like well. Maybe we're getting some of this
Generating SQL [Database Queries] From Natural Language With Yanshuai Cao
"So tell us a little. Bit about touring and the motivation for it. How did the project get started right. So is this natural. Language database interface is a demo of anguish database interface built. And it's really just putting a lot of our word on some parsing space together. In this academic demo so netra language database interface the from application perspective the pin uses to a law a nontechnical users to interact with structured data. Set is there's lots of inside endure and You know who want to give out change for nontechnical users to to get those insights and from a research perspective. It's a very challenging natural english Problem because the underlying problem is you have to parse pasta in english or had our next languish than convert to see cole. And we all know. Natural language is ambiguous machine languages on bigger after resolve all amputate. He yard a too harsh correctly. Furthermore was different from compared to on other program. Language is the mapping. From adams. To see cole is under specified. If you don't know the schema really depend on what is the structure of schema and so he still model has to really learn how to reason using it. And in order to resolve all that may retail and correctly predicted the sequel and lastly this printer model some. You don't want to just work on this domain one. To work on demand is on databases. You're never seen before. So without st cross domain across database part of it and dodgers very challenging. Guess it's completely different. Distribution wants moved to different dimensions even
Ultra Long Time Series
"My name is a foley counter. I work with essentially neurosis. They'll finance and economics in beijing. China background statistic computing and nowadays we focus on forecasting ways a lot of skill of data on distributed systems. So i haven't yet had the chance to interview anyone specifically about distributed time-series. It seems like that would be some extra challenges because the data sequential what happened before relates to what happens next. How can you spread that across. Many machines disputed hampshire is is just time is that alcohol. it can't be billions of observations. Historically we build up statistical models based on assumptions the narrative and other assumptions those assumptions do not work on distributed system and the industry like apache spark actually defacto standard for data processing and the the street people star a huge amount of data on distributed systems. We how to make a model that really works on sack disputed system and we have to work on their language to make our forecast more robust bus on his outer series. Yes spark is naturally a good choice to us because it's such a good reputation and a lot of reasons to look at it for big data solutions. But it's not obvious to me that it's necessarily the right choice for time series because it's not really baked in right. They've moved more and more towards like a sequel style and data sets. Are there any technical challenges to implementing time series via spark. And if you consider all single time that's fine but if you think about what we are doing we are streaming tate. Data is like times commun- out like water like re-re coming up now. You're really need nonstop system to process in the whole system. They simultaneously and without much delay that demand for temps is forecast in and out to claim that i think a lot of people agree with me nowadays arteta pam because we collect data. We always have the time stamp. So that's a windy. Temperatures for distributed systems. And there's a new challenge. I think emmanuel areas like atmosphere electricity and adi and other domains
Dave Eggers: Is Limitless Choice a Good Thing?
"So let's start talking about this book the every so it's a sequel to your two thousand thirteen book the circle which is about a search company that bears its will essentially or possibly facebook. Tell me why you decided to write. This sequel in which the circle gobbles up in ecommerce company named after south american jungle so basically amazon and creates the every Which one character called the most monopolistic control hungry corporation ever to plague the world. So why do the sequel tell me how you thought about this. Well i think you know. When when i was done with the circle i had never thought about a sequel never written a sequel to anything and But i kept taking notes. And i sort of you know would jot things down over time and i remember at one point A friend of mine who She treats students at a college. She's that she was on campus psychologist and She was saying that the thing that her students came in with more than anything. The thing that problem that plagued them was choice. There were anxious about a lot of things but more and more students needed how more and more students were plagued with like unlimited choices unlimited. Input too much to think about on a given day and too many choices to make on a given day. And i thought that was really interesting because we would think you know at this sort of apex point of human evolution. We would want all these choices and sort of that would be some sort of glorious now plays to arrive at that we could order anything and have it arrive at our doorstep the next morning but these kids were far more anxious than they had been ten years before in fifteen years before and i thought well that's an interesting starting point and what if there were a monopoly that would not only sort of tell you which choices are correct which ones are the most You know beneficial to the environment and progressive in different ways and they would help you given your preferences and algorithm ick sort of determined personality. They'd help you become a better version of yourself and the ultimate version of yourself as a personal person and a member of the broader
Unpacking the Azure CHAOS DB Flaw With Nir Ohrfeld of Wiz
"And manu often. I'm a senior secur security researcher here at the weasel near for our listeners. Who might not know whiz. Tell us a little bit about what was a classical with the company. Which helps you to uncover. The cloudy sokaia vulnerabilities exposure that. You're having your environments with toddlers. Some pretty eye-popping research on a big security finding in microsoft's cosmos db database feature which is a feature of its azure cloud ecosystem environment. Tell us if you could a little bit about the vulnerability you discovered and how you got to start looking at this cosmos database a festival every network caulking population goal. Is they database. Eventually every acting event you hear about in the news involves some kind of data league ransoming intelligence with all of that is is is inside the database. We've seen that debate is very popular. Among a gusto in our original goal was actually to find some common recent miss configuration. So we'll be able to show that in the product but You know one thing led to another and it will today maybe explain a little bit about what cosmos is. I mean obviously people are familiar with enterprise. Databases sequel server oracle and so on. Is cosmos a totally new database platform. Or is it just a kind of cloud and standardization of existing database technology. So a yet just a regular the cloud. This nation the college of databases like the go-to database solution for your customers. So we got the customers use cosmos debate for holding everything that you will the useful. Your standout databases. That's why such a high value because eventually it's a database. the customers don't have the actually possess. It's someone else's computer. Michael in this in this exempted
Tom Cruise Shares What Pushed Him to 'Top Gun' Reboot
"Tom cruise is set to fly once again in the upcoming. Top gun maverick. The sequel to his hit from nineteen eighty six. When you think of the original topgun. Tom is clearly the first actor that comes to mind. But the second is val kilmer who played his nemesis partner. Tom kaczynski and even though val unfortunately lost the ability to speak to a health battle in two thousand fourteen. It was tom himself. Who insisted there was no sequel without vow producer. Jerry bruckheimer tells people. Tom said we have to have him back. Tom was the driving force. We all wanted him. But tom was adamant that if he's going to make another top gun foul had to be in it. He's such a fine actor and such a good individual he goes on to say we had such a good time on the first one and wanted to bring some of the gang back together again. It was really emotional. Experience for all of us was a long time getting there but we did top gun. Maverick was actually just pushed back. Four months that will hit theaters may twenty seventh of twenty twenty two
Pentagon Announces Last US Troops Have Left Afghanistan
"Says the war in Afghanistan. Is over. Tonight's withdrawal signifies both the end of the military component of the evacuation, but also the end of the nearly 20 year mission that began in Afghanistan shortly after September. 11th 2000 and one general Kenneth McKenzie Jr. The commander of Centcom, made it official Monday afternoon and said Americans can be proud. Since mid August. 79,000 civilians have been evacuated. Including 6000, Americans in all coalition partners and the U. S evacuated 123,000 people, and yet there are still Americans who didn't get out. So the military phase of this operation is ended the diplomatic sequel to that Will now begin, he said. The State Department will now be negotiating hard to get other Afghan partners out. He defended their logistics as the security situation devolved when the Afghan army collapsed long before they were expected to Adding that he thinks the Taliban now has its hands full with Isis K, though he said he suspects the U. S military disrupted some of their abilities with weekend strikes on three Isis K planners. Look, there's a lot of heartbreak associated with his departure. We did not get everybody out that we wanted to get out. But I think of which stayed another 10 days. Louis, we wouldn't have gotten everybody out that we wanted to get out and they're still would have been people who would have been disappointed with that. It's a It's a tough situation, saying this does not end the opportunity for Americans and Afghan partners to leave, estimating the number of Americans still there to be in the low hundreds, he said. The State Department will be working on that. Which is where Secretary of State Antony Blinken comes in. He addressed the withdrawal Monday night, We will hold the Taliban to its pledge to let people freely depart Afghanistan. Taliban is committed to let anyone with proper documents leave the country in a safe and orderly manner. They said. This privately and publicly many times after the final flight out, a Taliban spokesman said, with the last U S soldier leaving Afghanistan is now independent. My biggest
Psychonauts 2 and Aliens: Fireteam Elite Reviews!
"To use weird and wonderful wonderfully written story of interesting nuance characters. That i instantly fell in love with most of its fresh ideas. Go a long way toward elevating the second thoughts formula into the modern era. Though it's enticing new equitable pin system can be a little little too stingy. Double fine has also done a great job of expanding. This universe toward both grander and more intimate threats without losing the joyous childhood adventure vibes of the original. It may bring a bit of that. Mid-2000s action platformer clumsiness. Along with it. But second thoughts to you is still just about everything i could have hoped for from a sequel to one of my favorite games. Andrew reiner given former gave it a nine out of ten and says over. Sixteen years have passed between sacco games but not much. Time has elapsed protagonist response Okay raza quavo. His scratchy high pitched voice still screams of youthful inexperience and his actions. Almost always show an eagerness to learn. That's precisely what developer double fine productions has also done over the years. Time is allowed this art house studio to hone it. It's platforming craft sharp already hilarious wit and creates a sequel that shows off the tremendous complexity of the human brain and the thrill of unearthing. it's wonders i adored. Almost every second or second to it achieves something. I don't often seen games a continual sense of all as each of its worlds and falls. It took sixteen years. It took sixteen years to reach release but double fine has delivered incredible sequel. I hope we get a third installment that doesn't take nearly as long to create
Ryan Reynolds Says 'Free Guy' Sequel Is a Go
"Ryan reynolds has the biggest movie in america. Right now with three guy to anybody. I i wanna see it. It looks it looks good. It took in just over twenty eight million bucks over the weekend to open in first place. Don't breathe to open in second jungle cruise fell us back to third and by the way disney's already ordering a sequel to free guy. I saw that ryan reynolds tweeted over the weekend and after three years messaging free guy as an original ip movie. Disney confirmed today officially want a sequel.
'Free Guy' Gives Box Office a Lift, Opening With $28.4M
"Ryan Reynolds action comedy free guy was the top draw at the box office over the weekend I marquees are loaded with the latest my name is Scott and I live in a free society free guy brought in an estimated twenty eight point four million dollars in ticket sales in its debut weekend which is pretty good in the covert nineteen era what made it significant is that unlike a lot of movies lately it was only released to theaters no streaming Reynolds has already said Disney wants a freak a sequel don't brief two minutes debut this weekend in second with ten point six million dollars in sales jungle cruise was third in the Aretha Franklin film respect was in fourth
California Is a Land of Crime and Homelessness - Larry Elder Plans to Save It
"Have now passed over the decades into a place where california at the at the top of the list. Things are so bad and so broken down the level of crime the level of homelessness in cities they were once find cities like san francisco. I mean talk about that. We have homeless encampments. And it doesn't seem like nancy pelosi or anybody who's willing to lift a finger to protect people already to keep people safe you know and just a few months ago. A governor gavin newsom was assaulted by homeless man and he was protected by his purity guard. Most of us don't have security guards in just a few days ago. Barbara boxer was mugged by somebody in oakland and her cell phone was takings. Homelessness had gone through the roof and his avenue. Answer is housing first without dealing with why people are homeless in the first place. So even if you're going to build enough housing and there's enough money to build enough housing done anything to cause people to go to the houses let alone to stay there. And all you've done is encouraged. Other people from cold weather stays to say. Wow if i come to california. I'll be treated with dignity compassion and everybody deserves it and it'll get free needles and i'll get a free home. Come on down to cops. Tell me a lot of the people who are homeless. Pitching tents who are living in skid row. Aren't even from california. So one of the things. I'm gonna do with involved are religious organizations in mentoring people to get off the ground off the streets. They're going to church. They're going to be adopting streets. Adopting blocks adopting neighborhoods. And i'm going to unleash the private sector. I'm gonna suspend sequel. The i told you about earlier so that we can build low cost. Housing low cost apartments so to the extent. Get some people off and and get them self-sufficient they'll have somewhere to live so all of that has to happen is not happening right now. And again. i mentioned. I mentioned crimewatch. We have this narrative narrative assault on the police choosing the place of systemic racism. So what they're doing is engaging in passive policing opposed to proactive policing bad guys. Know it crime goes up in the very victims of this. Crime are the very black and brown people that the left claims that they were about. It's
The Birth of RavenDB With Oren Eini
Comet and .NET MAUI With James Clancey
"James before we jump into the meter things. Would you give our listeners. A little introduction to yourself perhaps sort of tell them how you got started in the industry. Yes so i'm self taught developer. I never went to school for this. I'm one of those. Those weird guys who just went down the path than he's to play video games at work and got really bored. I was running doing. It stuff because everything's running find. You can just goof off little bored of that. And so i started doing programming. Going sequel and things like that right reports and then just got into software development from there and eventually got into the mobile apps on the iphone came out. Got really excited and got really into sharpens cameron which was zaman back down but eventually became amarin and just kinda jumped on that ship cool and so what. What do you do these days. What how was the path that brings you there so now a pm architect which is a fancy weird title. I'm not even sure what it means. But at microsoft is the pm track. And there's the engineering track and i'm an engineer on the pm side. So it's it's kind of weird. So i get to work One thing about it those. I work with lots different teams and i work around and i'm not just set in one small environment which is kind of fun. I like that. I like to bounce around a lot. But because of that. I get to do lots of experiments in lots of prototypes. So if there's something that we think on the pm side that hey we should try. This hour shows to customers and see what happens. Am i get to build a lot of that stuff and then like just help with that at dev loop and were closely with engineering as well and help them architect things come through your just get three different patterns and figure out right way run different products
‘Space Jam’ Dunks on ‘Black Widow’ to Take Box Office No. 1
"The sequel to a popular basketball movie has scored an upset at the box office with a bunch of bad reviews and the dominance of Black Widow most movie observers didn't expect the sequel to space jam to do much damage at the box office but the live action animation surprisingly scored big studio estimates say space jam a new legacy took in thirty one point seven million dollars more than enough to beat last weekend's top movie Black Widow space jam success is a family affair with millennials who grew up on the original with Michael Jordan returning in some cases with their kids in tow to watch the follow up which stars lebron James the space jam sequel is the biggest pandemic opening for Warner brothers that's important because this year the studio is releasing all of its film simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
UPDATE on Good Omens S2, Rebel Moon, Plague Tale: Requiem
"Been a couple of weeks since we did a show the note on update and i decided to look at some gaming news that i was like that happened over the past couple of weeks. That is exciting to me. And a couple of things cyberpunk twenty seventy seven finally hit the. Psn's store also played again as playable. Now i mean there are still some bugs. I haven't played it yet. But i've been seeing some people posting some bugs but it was removed back in after a really messy launch. Is technically a one point now update. Finally i have no idea because i know before. They're calling zero point. Oh updates on like zero point. Oh yeah why. But i mean it is It was the most downloaded game of june. So it hit at the end of june so good for them. I mean we've met the team over at cd project. Red nice people. Not not great launch for that Strangely the new gen consoles version isn't out yet so so there's that. Ups four version. Wow the other thing is If you know me if you know gamer fuji we've talked about plague tail before plague tail is one of my favorite games over the past couple of years is just a wonderful narrative Wonderful game to play great story just a beautiful game and it got a ps five And it looks gorgeous but also played tail requiem. The sequel to play tale innocence was announced and will be coming out in twenty twenty two The trailer is incredible. Yeah if you are on sony. I believe play tale. Innocence is a free game on. Espn this month. So check it out and last but not least without it. You know me paddington. Three paddington wasn't here. We go. that's all. I gotta say paddington. Three it fills in the news followed. Seventy six had a major update this past week. The steel rain update hit july seventh and it brings the steel rain storyline legendary crafting season five wallet upgrades a new vendor and a slew of bug fixes and improvements including in. This is really important. Players can now sit in their hot tub with their friends
Actor Will Smith pays for July 4 fireworks in New Orleans
"This fiscal year, migrant crossings hit an all time high. Well, it looks as though will Smith wanted New Orleans residents to have a very happy Fourth of July. That's because Mr Smith donated $100,000 to make sure the city's firework show could happen. The city's mayor, LaToya Cantrell, took to Twitter to tell the city they had Smith and his company to thank for Sunday's firework show for that city. He's currently in Louisiana, filming a movie called Emancipation. And speaking of the movies at the weekend box office, the new fast and furious movie. Yes, they're still making them They haven't run out of gas. Yet. F nine was the number one Attraction at the box office. It earned $32 million. Also, the baby Boss sequel came in second and Forever Purge came in third
It Doesn’t Take a Rock of Science To Figure It Out
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Paramount+ to Carry New Seasons of Evil, The Good Fight
"This is fresh air this week to drama series with ties to CBS return on the recently launched Paramount plus streaming service. The Good fight. A sequel to the CBS series The Good Wife began its fifth season yesterday moved from the now renamed CBS All Access, and earlier this week, a drama series called Evil, formerly televised on the CBS Broadcast network. Returned with its first
"second sequel" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"second sequel" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"second sequel" Discussed on THEMOVE
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"second sequel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It. Even though you you've never heard it before they're calling you referred to you by one of your member names there were tested its attack. They referred to you by the name of their household. That they've given you, you know, And so you kind of like if I'm around a group and they say as in what? I have to turn and be like, Hey, how's it going? Even though I never used that name right, or, you know, we have Jackie Mara Toki, or, you know all of these names you just got you just have to know. Jonathan. How's your name affected your ability? Well, you know, it's interesting. My my father's name was John. My grandfather's name was John. Wow. And my mother and everybody wanted me to be John the third, But my mother was like, Absolutely not. His name is John. Huh? You know, I love like a little tiny twist of the man. So that Zeus sort of the origin story behind my name, which I don't know what that says about my personality now, but slashes different, But not much. There you go. So you're in this new movie, Sylvie's Love You star opposite Tessa Thompson, who play Sylvie and your character, Robert is an aspiring jazz sax photos to meets Sylvie. And then starts working in her dad's record story that's set in New York in the late fifties, so and then your character in the movie plays tenor saxophone. I'm just wondering what kind of, you know. Tutoring or education. Did you have to give yourself unless you were already familiar with playing that? I mean, that's also like playing cornerback. It's the same thing. But, yes, exact same things up the exact No. No, I I wasn't familiar, but yeah, I trained for a sex phone for over a year. For this part? Yeah, just to get it down and to get down the music. Wow. Have you decided that you want to keep playing? I would love to keep playing, But I don't. I don't. I mean, once we finished shooting, I sort of put it down. My entire family was sort of tired of me playing at all hours. Just stop playing could just exactly like goodbye. Okay, now, you know, before we have a segment with a celebrity, we usually ask them. You know what air that? What do you into some people Don't say anything on some people. Say things that are very specific like you because you said that you like Christmas movies and what a time to say that so I have to say the ideal time to say that so many Christmas movies are so popular that of course, someone tried to make a sequel. So in this game, Jonathan I will give you the plot Synopsis of the real sequel to a classic Christmas movie. You tell us the name of the original film. Okay. Good. Good. Good. What do I get? If I win? You get a recording of disappearance. Keep the reporting. Otherwise you have to throw the recording away s all right. What I'm saying is that the stakes are high. Yeah, That's right. That's right. I'm in, okay? Okay. I think this first one's going to be a total. Give me But Rita, we're just setting a stage. Yeah, I need. Okay. Here's your first one. Kevin McAllister's parents separate, and Kevin must defend his father's girlfriends mansion from the same criminal who attacked him in the first two movies. This made for TV movie features none of the original cast This'd you know what's interesting is I never saw the third one. So you're talking about home alone? Three. I believe right. Close. Wait. You're talking about how money Four. Yeah, you just exactly. You already got the property home alone. So you get this barrel home alone for there's a whole alone four. No way. I didn't. But I didn't even know I thought I was like, Wow. Okay, so there's a home loan for I haven't even seen home alone. Three. I've only seen the first two. So there have been five home alone movies. The third in the fifth film are about different families. Oh, it a certain point. They just named something they had on the shelf home alone. That's right. All right. Here's another one. By the way, by the way, Jonathan Home Alone two is one of to me. One of those Sequels that actually could could be considered better than the first one. Really, Just like God found that two year that Z home alone? That's how it is the Empire strikes back of their Ugo. You go. Okay. There you go. All right. Here's the next one. Set years after the events of the original film, Ralphie is now 15 years old and pines for a used 1939 Mercury eight convertible well in the car, he sets off an unlikely sequence of events, resulting in a plastic reindeer smashing through the convertibles roof. He and his pals scramble to raise enough money to fix the car before Christmas. So I did not know There was a Christmas story sequel. I didn't not. We're learning a lot of things here to give you things. What is happening? Christmas story is correct. Yeah. This was the second. Yeah, This was the second sequel in the Christmas story universe. So there was a sequel called My Summer Story that came first. But This. This one really re to completely ignores the events of that film. So it's a strain. What? We have a trailer though you would hear the trailer. No, no, no, I'm okay. I'm okay. Like nothing. I didn't. I don't think that's a question. We're going to hear the truth. Yeah, that's right. Ralphie is back. Healthy profit Raffi Now he's a bigger kid with an even bigger wish..
"second sequel" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Bongino back now on the Dan Bongino Shit. I want to move right into my Dan Bongino theory, which you should never name a theory after yourself, But it is my show. So the rules kind of go out the window. The Dan Bongino theory of Trump the disrupter. As I said Yesterday, it is the second sequel to the Cone and see Conan the Barbarian Conan the destroyer and Trump to disrupt their part three. Of course, there's a bar three to that. I don't think it was three Conan's. I'm pretty sure there are only two. The second one was a disaster. The first one instant classic. I put it on all the time. Paula hates that she literally looked at me one time, right? And she said, What did you say to me? This is the worst movie I've ever seen in my I was going to divorce her right there. That is heresy. That is heresy. That is a greatest man movie ever theory. Jinnah ll Conan the barbarian but the tree quill Trump. The disruptor is important. Why does this matter? On a serious note about this court story. So the media. Obviously Joe doesn't care that they're on the record, saying you should see the justice in an election year because it's a four year term. And now that it's Trump's four year term, they're saying Don't you dare seat the justice? They just don't care, Mike You understand that? They know they're on tape. They're not stupid. Chris Cuomo, Chris Hayes. They're ideologically ridiculous, but they're not dumb people. They're not They know they're on tape, saying the exact opposite showing they have no principles at all. They just don't care. So why? If you were in the media, would you not care about your credibility? We haven't forfeited our principles here at all. I've said to you openly, many times I've been asked President Trump a question on our second interview about it. About the things like the national debt. They're a really big deal. No big deal when Trump's in charge of a big deal when Obama was in charge. I have no problem with McConnell blocking the vote for Garland. They were in charge. We elected it Senate when Barack Obama was in his last year. It wasn't his party, The party said. We are giving you advice and consent on Merrick Garland, Barack Obama, and the advice is no thanks. We don't consent. OK, good. Go elected democratssenate if you want, and you'll have the ability to do the same. You don't have that now, you may in January. You don't know. They say he's washed in examining theory so I could show you how Trump has disrupted the meaty ecosystem so much. That was the point of that. I'm sorry. I should've got to that first. Bottom line up front that he's disrupted the media ecosystems so much that the media now no longer cares about their own credibility at all. And Trump has turned traditional liabilities for the Republican Party into acid. So this Washington Examiner piece this was in yesterday's show notes. But it's important by gino dot com slash newsletter were over 200,000 people on our newsletter now, which is that shone out, so I appreciate you signing up. It's all free. Of course. Washington Examiner Rob Crilly. Great Rob Kelly Trump Allies see political, gold and gems. Extreme response to spend pending. SCOTUS PICK Supreme Court of the United States, of course. Ladies and gentlemen, they have gone insane. The Democrats because Trump is there to do what I just played you two minutes of the mainstream media telling the president they should do. When it was Obama fill that seat. When it's trump Don't you dare feel, etc. But they already said, Fill that seat. So Trump has done with the media said under Obama, and now they're losing their minds. And the Liberals are proposing literally insane. Things like you should be diagnosed with the cycle pathological disorder, like Let's Expand the United States with Puerto Rico in Washington, D. C. Let's pack the Senate Let's pack the courts with nine. Justice. Excuse me, 11 Justices 15 justice is 227 justices. This is like Serious stuff the Democrats were putting out there. Which is insane, Serious psycho pharmacological treatment kind of stuff. So Joe, If I fail at this explanation will be very upset if I was here is my theory of trump that disrupt their OK, So if you've got to stop me if I mess this up In the past If this was, say, George Bush, Georgia George Debia. I like George. My work from is a nice guy. But I wasn't a big fan of his brand of conservatism, if you know what I mean. But in the past this would be this open seat would be political dynamite. Why Because the media knows even though they said, fill the seat under Obama, they would come out and they would do their standard attacks on Republicans say the president now same scenarios. George W. Bush play ball of me for many who doesn't have the same fighting characteristics of Trump. The dams in the media know to go on attacks. What do they do Show? We know the playbook to appoint to see Jo. It's it's racist or something. Xenophobic. It is what he has to see the phone. We're not important, pointing a foreigner. It doesn't matter. It's definitely xenophobic. For some reason. We'll explain later, Of course. The media then goes on and explains it in a BUZZFEED article. How it's Xenophobic. It's definitely misogynistic. That's they could explain that in a minute, I'll give you they'll be like Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She was a woman, so it's definitely misogynistic, too. But what if he fell in with a woman? It doesn't matter. It doesn't. It's still massage. So what would happen if it was the W campaign or others? And they were running for re election. What would they do what Republicans always did before Trump they would probably back down. And the media gets their scalp. That's how it works. So I had to write this down. So again, the Dan Bongino of Trump the disrupter who's got there? How is and this is an explanation. Why the media doesn't care anymore about anything other by their principles, reputation. They just care about attacking Trump. Because Trump did this for them. He's made them clinically insane. So in the past, I ro de mes media they attacked GOP immediately backs down. All they have to do is write a story about how you're definitely a misogynist fulfilling the seed or you don't like women or blacks or Hispanics. Or that doesn't matter. Just make it up because they make it up anyway. It's not really, of course. And I was thinking back to my Graduate school training school hating people quote their education, but it is case it matters because I, babe, you're learning was my thing in graduate school when I was in the City University in New York. And they have these things, classical conditioning and operate conditioning and what you learn in conditioning is the response reward thing. So the media has a response. All them a racist, and they won't fill the seat. The reward is they don't fill the seat. Why is it a reward? Because the media or liberal activists who don't want you to fill the seat response reward. Now human behavior. They fit very interesting patterns, and they're pretty much all the same with this response reward functions. You know, you can tell. Rig a Coke machine video COKE machine, put quarters in and get a Coke or Pepsi. Reagan rig it. So every ninth person who goes the machine doesn't get a Coke. No matter how many quarters even what do they do? What would you do? You kick the machine. You shake the machine. You look at the machines, even you. Shaken you go. You start kicking even harder. Us. Yeah. You stare at the misuse, Remember exactly. She's not gonna do anything. You're not getting it, so it doesn't matter People, Jonah. They all do the same thing kicked the machine. They shake the machines, don't they? It's got a name. It's called an extinction burst when you made a response and operate the behavior in the past. Put quarter in Get Coke. I'm thirsty. The reward is the Coke. It tastes good. You respond, but there's no reward. Everybody melts down. It's built into your gene code. Everyone responds roughly.
"second sequel" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"All Right Joe, let's go. Ding Dang back in the mood for those of you checking in on me again appreciate it. I'm good kids ready for the fight head. Seriously I'm not trying to like be captain tough guy needed a day to work everything out. Now, we're a okay. Now let's get back in the mix. So the media, Greece Joe, see that justice is that right? Is Right. May Say another hell Jan. they've been attacking trump in perpetrate starter. But attacking. Don't you don't you dare an election year President trump dare nominate someone to fill the seat of recently passed with Ben Ginsberg. I would be in a Bob a nation. Can possibly happen. Well, hat tip. But is this is this a great tribute? Was It the other one? Now this is a media research center graybeards. The trump is definitely Hitler super cut. Do. Yeah, that's coming up. Next trump is definitely Hitler they broken all the Godwin lost out with but before that. The media, of course, told you right everybody listening the left-wing media lunatics who are fulltime activists for the Democrat Party? What have they told you? They've told you the is it is unprecedented to nominated justice in an election year. This coast election really because that's not what they told us. Before trump was president, here is an excellent tip newsbusters media research center. Cut of the media's telling us what me Joe Agree on C. TAC justice check this out article. Two of the Constitution makes clear. The president nominates the Senate in. And consents, it doesn't say except not an election year would be rare for the Senate to turn the president down in an election year seventeen presidents including five in the twentieth century successfully put justices on the court during an election year six Supreme Court justices have been confirmed in presidential election years Senate voted on seven Supreme Court nominees during election years critical seat on the Supreme Court for now held hostage to presidential campaign politics fusing to hold a hearing on a Supreme Court nominee take the GOP's congressional dysfunction to new lows hearing. This over here. Look at this as another one of those boots in the face to the president obstructionism that I am not endorsing I. Think it's outrageous. WHAT THEY WANNA say is he's got a three year term elected for four years and you get you get a nominee for four years. It is all about politics of the ugly variety people's decided in two thousand twelve who was gonNA nominate supreme. Court justices between January of two, thousand, thirteen and January of two, thousand, seventeen, these people were elected in they're paid. By the United. States treasury to do their job and now they're saying we're not going to do our job. US Senate should their job they show up day in and dad and they get a paycheck they should do their job and voted upper down I thought the American people decided to put President Obama in the White House and the the constitution says, now, the president decides what name to send to them and they decide whether to vote yes or no what am I wrong there. There it is. The double guns. Nice, we played for you. Of course, the other day I don't know is it Tuesday? Monday who knows been a long week things who kind of blending in? We. Played for you Barack Obama and Joe Biden themselves saying, Hey election year SM- election. Year, we're going to put someone on that Supreme Court seat when Anthony Scalia. Tragically died. And they changed their mind now that it's an open seat for trump in an election year where by the way, he's not a lame duck. He has lost an election and he's not termed out president trump. He's not a lame duck, the presidency's four years and he's GonNa take every minute of it could be eight years if he's re-elected. Now playing for you the media, all the same media, liberal lunatic leftist activists who are telling you. Now, it would be unheard of unprecedented. To See someone in an election year except you said the. opposite. All of you Chris. Hayes. Chris Cuomo the crosses the to. Matthew Dowd was that Dowd Luge. Pretend to be a republican. I. Forget I. don't even know what he pretends to be anymore. And Jerry Mitchell. Rush. Hat Tip Rush Limbaugh Andrea. Mitchell. All these geniuses forget their on tape saying the exact opposite. Now, I'd like to move quickly here in transition from the media being phony frauds which you already know. But I just WanNa, give you the video evidence and I'm not just making this up that their phony frauds. So you could present it to your liberal friends who tell you the media said this? No, the media said the opposite when Obama was in charge but for playing that was fun. I want to move right into my. Dan, Bongino theory, which you should never name a theory after yourself, but it is my show. So the rules Kinda, of go out the window, the Dan Bongino theory of trump disrupt their. As I said, yesterday, it is the second sequel to the CONAN's Conan the barbarian Conan the destroyer and trump the disruptor part three of. Three to that I don't think it was three CONAN's I'm pretty sure there only to the second one was a disaster, the first one instant classic I, put it on all the time. Paula hates it. She literally looked at me one time. Right and she said, what did you say to me? This is the worst movie I've ever seen in my. I was going to divorce right there. That is heresy that is heresy that is a greatest man movie ever the original Conan.
"second sequel" Discussed on Popgram Podcast
"Exams Eh funky interesting. Oh you like the frontier produced by some of the very own digi. Yes thank you that when he thought he was dementia the other for him you know so what's the number of this pursuit. This is episode fifty AIDS. Yes <music>. She didn't do that but the fact is because we were talking about the funky Andrew exactly so don't worry guys make coaster Bam for the construction the truth of the episode and surprise attacks. I can see what you're doing. I'm saying some of them recording okay so before we proceed you introduces. Yes my name's Mo what's up honey badgers up did you the tickets and I don't like it. I think we'll go back to with suge so I I know there's no general like they're just call off a trillion hi yes yes. We don't trouble just yesterday to overturn a word because that's the new Chevy showing right so vendors endgame has now become the highest grossing film of All Time Indian hold on. It's got is billion so yes. They might be chasing but the Avatar chillier did some work <music> inflation noticed on Avatar Festival released its movie and it hit the set some points and then about a couple of months later they released again to beat someone else who was number one titanic really yes they did so by themselves themselves guests to govern released and then he'd beat us so that's why why because I thought this was with no actually I thought the difference both cheeks as far as I'm concerned you have them. Don't get any do all of this bullshit. It is because he just really annoys me sticks. Mike Crawl role because there's some people who just went. Did it can also. Do you know what I mean genius North. I find illiterate unsavory about this on. Maybe it happened on a ratio in fact that's the movie is coming out of theaters movies cinemas. Whatever on I think the first of July on the first of August gets released yeah quite immediate mobile for I think for for Nash Eh Endgame for always available digitally? Yes basically after to meet what also I do like about it. Is that <hes> it's suffocating because it's removing the oxygen for other films that could have had that run at the box office and that to me the east not selfishness that it's not to me off this whole Disney Mc type thing and so. I don't feel it something to celebrate. It's just to me. It just feels like let's keep the system could actually get below voted for this particular in other news by the men homecoming just also reached the billion. Oh really yes wrong is Mitch. One billion at the global global box office is now. I'm Sony second biggest film behind sky full which was one point one <unk> billion <hes> basically I heard I don't know how true this is but I heard that when when marvel basically signed the contract with Amy Me Pascal who owns the rights spiderman from Sony One of the requirements was that movie hits a billion for them to have another sequel okay so if that's true I guess they have that's in the bag. The first movie the first movie billion did yeah uh-huh Yeah. We'd we'd never know the intricacies of of the deals on the contract yeah that's interesting that specimens install requiring them yes because he's basically the the characteristics a little stories together central say when if he got a dollar or a pound to find a way to what came in and it's obviously the biggest vitamin movie behind the sorry APP biggest by moving the franchise is beats spiderman three which was a hundred nights one million and <hes> spied on homecoming coming. 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I want to watch doctor strange because I really liked Carter as well and I think that's what is going to be interesting if but I don't think I don't even WanNa have Disney and who knows and I am very interested in that I received interested in keeping the camera comic con so so game of thrones deter up to turn on what was going to be victory lap. I'm sure they're David Benny Hoff Aunt Debbie wise originally meant to appear on panel counseled to these days before as well as one of the directors as well going his name name he also cancelled <hes> but yes the refundable upset because they wanted to ask them specific questions on felt like the yeah they felt that they were basically preoccupied with the star wars movie or the Disney commitments so mentioned sorry because I did read what is the guy on please. Various yesterday was the media he air lead competes media lead his campaign campaign yes but he said he was proud of its because he precipitated some of it and he felt that's. 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"second sequel" Discussed on KOMO
"And we had to the Harley exterior sports. Decks can. Here's Tom hutler. Mariners pitching and defense let them down as happened, so many times already this season. The twins a seven run fourth inning pulling away for an eleven six win in the opener of a four game series last game tonight, Western Conference finals shift to Portland after Golden State held homecourt advantage with a one fourteen one eleven win last night in Oakland, the warriors go up to nothing came to in the east tonight. The bucks lead one nothing over Toronto as they host the raptors husky nation loses a legend who helped put the U dub football team on the national map. Here's more from komo's Bill Swartz offense defense. Putter Bob short was a key member of the Washington, husky football nineteen Fifty-nine purple gang tough-minded group coached by Jim Owens. They outworked more talented opponents, including Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl standing on the benches. This. So you guys may have had won the first quarter of the second fourth quarters are Lorette earned all American, two time Rose Bowl MVP later inducted into the college football hall of fame. Bob short was seventy nine mill Schwartz on the home of the huskies, KOMO news. And the husky softball team hosting and NCWA regional starting today. Seattle U is also in there. They'll play Mississippi State at four thirty in the YouTube against Fordham at seven at husky softball stadium. Quick look at the leaderboard at the PGA tournament rooks, KEPCO, the first rallied are still leads, but he hasn't teed off yet today. He's at seven hundred par four shots ahead of Daniel Berger song. King, Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth and Tommy Fleetwood sports at ten and forty past each hour. Tom hutler on the home of the huskies, KOMO news. It's eight forty one. We check the morning's top stories coming up next, of course, we'll check traffic and weather. Then Brian movie guy has seen a third sequel. I guess it's a second sequel is part three of an action thriller. And I think he's going to recommend it. The.
"second sequel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Book, co creator, STAN Lee has been charged with elder abuse against the late writer. Kyle Morgan is facing five counts of us against Lee, including false imprisonment fraud and forgery all stemming from an incident class summary spokesperson for Los Angeles period court confirmed in arrest warrant for Mr. Morgan has been issued looks like the marvel superhero visionary died November of last year. Ninety five is final few months where marred by conflicting claims over who was running his affairs. But the remainder has now been charged terrible. Really look at live with themselves taking advantage of someone like that. Yeah. I don't know. Well, God rest his soul. And you know, he obviously you wish could have made it to see avengers and game just to kind of heal that whole storyline would wrap up. But really sad. That's a sad. That is a reboot of the eighty child shrinking classic. Honey, I shrunk the kids is in the works with frozen star. Josh gad. Oh, that's a good show. To star reports say that Disney is plotting the movie which will be set in the same universe. As the original movie. Gad will reportedly play the role of Nick Zielinski, the son of the scientist and inventor, Wayne's Alinsky. Who is of course. Played by Rick moranis back in nineteen eighty nine. Great movie, it will be called shrunk and is being dubbed as a legacy equal a combination of legacy and sequel. It's all the info we have so far interesting fantastic. We almost watch you can watch. Honey, we shrunk ourselves which? A the second sequel to the original it's on Netflix right now. But I thought we need a new one Matt Damon was in that little bite size movie. I'm not long ago that did not get great reviews. Christmas. I just like I like it when they drink when they give us different productive giant. The biggest the biggest loser will be rebooted. On the USA channel the network announced Monday, Chris.
"second sequel" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Radio eleven fifty W G O W. York City to the world. Tom looking at the list of the wealthiest senators, the top three are all Democrats. Did you know that Mark Warner is estimated to have a net worth of two hundred and forty three million so two hundred and forty three. Times two percent. He would be paying four million eight hundred sixty thousand dollars every year in wealth tax. So that would eventually knocked down his wealth. Second wealthiest is Dianne Feinstein ninety four million. Remember, she was complaining about Mitt Romney having offshore banking accounts. And they found out that she also has offshore Bank accounts. Third is Richard Blumenthal. He married into money. He's worth eighty five million dollars. Kevin traverse city Michigan. Hello. Kevin. Welcome. You're on the Tom Sullivan show. Title. How are you? Good terrific. What do you think about this? Well, it's counterproductive. Now, the rich money's going to run the big money is going to run. They're not stupid. Well, I just mentioned Dianne Feinstein has offshore money. And yeah. So. She'll have more often. Yeah. Well, she's right in the book now that she can sell and make more money on how to build your money offshore. She's gonna make money off of it. I went down there. Yeah. Yeah. The Democrats are like that. They're screw your neighbor. I. Paul aims to the thick metal. You're right. They're they're looking for the middle. They're not looking for the rich the rich host just started. There. They'll start there, and it will work its way down to more and more and more people. But yeah, what is this look around? You look at your neighbors. Look at the people driving up and down the highway. There's a lot of them that are four this. They like it. Oh, sure. Yeah. Well, it sounds great. On the surface. You wanna say that rich guys he'll be back. Whenever I do whenever I haven't done this for quite a few years. But when smoking was more popular, never come. They were raising taxes on smoking and raising taxes and raising taxes, and I would ask people are you for raising taxes on smokers. And however, they answered I would always ask them. Are you a smoker? If if they answered no, I'm I'm opposed to the tax they were smokers. If they were not, and they were all the tax. Taxes? Let's look at the how high tax rates worked. So well in Venezuela. Cuba. Some of the other great socialist countries. They work, right. If you don't they if you're the leader. Yeah. Yeah. It's terrific. They call that cofer. Yeah. Just Pompton till for what's the name of that. I mean, kind of you taking it taking it from your own citizens. Well, that's what the tax collectors were always yelled at about the king because the king would take all the money. So Elizabeth Warren, I know it's a big pack out there, and there's going to be there's already five or six Democrats running and there's going to be maybe thirty so. I don't know if this is going to propel her anywhere. It doesn't matter. It gets her name on the front pages. Good or bad. She's got she's got people talking about her today. That's true. That is true all that is a PR PR stunt campaign on it. No sudden all the socialist media the all over her. She'll be with what's her name Cortez? Merchantmen girl together is enough is enough. Yeah. Even the Washington. Even the Washington Post has turned on her say, you're just making up lies. You're not telling the truth and she's mad at stages. She's on the front page. Yeah. Go ahead. Get a point in real quick. I like to give it to the media for their their five star weekend last weekend. But BuzzFeed in young fellow with with the red header. Yeah, they they really they really shined at what they do. Well, which is lying. It was it was a bad weekend for the for the media. No question on. No. That was good. That's that's how they roll. Well, that's good. They get up every morning knowing they have a false curlers, and they get up and they promote and that's what they did all day. All we I I don't know what you think about Roger stone. And I think he's kind of an odd duck. But he's he's he's a character that might put that way, he's a character. But for the but for CNN to have their cameras there for a raid by the FBI in in swat outfits. For a guy who is being charged with line to congress. Don't. Somebody somebody somebody's working with them to make to make this to frame the story the way they want it. It's wrong. Well, don't let the facts don't look a sex getting live from good pictures absolutely rule. Number one. That was all about pictures pictures pictures pictures. It's flash picture pretend second sequel convince the useful idiots will. If you see a bunch of people reading a house must be the person is really bad. Must be must be absolutely hell. No. It's it's embarrassing to get a certified letter. If you get a certified letter when you know, your house will keep around your everybody looks at you like, wow. So if all of a sudden the FBI shows up with one hundred thirty seven guys should twenty nine tanks then. Yeah, you're a bad guy. Absolutely. All right. Kevin. Thank you. I'm glad you called from traverse city beautiful part of Michigan. Where are we go? Pete in Joliet Montana, Pete. Hi, welcome. You're on the Tom Sullivan show. How are you doing today? Don, I'm doing great. I'm doing good. Good fighting through snow. We had three days ago. Yet. What? Do on putting at two feet of snow like you did. So I was gonna say so I was going to say something about the snow. The we got earlier this week. But I thought about I thought about well, wait a minute. The people in Montana. The people in Wisconsin. They're going to laugh at me. They're going to think. Your health. Montana, but you take make capital. My my father. My father was born in Montana. So. Got old. Alon excuse me. If you line from Alabama. Billings, montana. Yup. Everything. I that line. It's been thirty five forty degrees. I'm less about twelve miles. And everything east of that line is Ben. Hero lower and heavy snow. Wow. Everything that east coast been getting. Eastern Montana's been getting get passed it off. But the bottom line is is that the binding. Right there. I wonder if folly finally started once you get out of the Rockies. Thanks get. What worse. Yeah. Must get worse. Yeah. Yeah. What else you talk about taking our local local, east coast, local Marxist, Elizabeth Warren, maybe running she's running out. She's actually actually said she was. Yes. About doing her. No. She has. No, no, no, she she has an exploratory committee, which is she's running. Yes. She has an exploratory committee. But but she has a she went in. And and and videoed herself drinking a beer out of a beer bottle and put that up all that. Yeah. Because it makes her, you know, one of the regular people. And the rich people that shame on them. I don't know what people are gonna do. You got some rich people there. You've got a bunch of you got a bunch of Hollywood celebrities and moved to Montana because they want the peace and quiet and the privacy. They're worth a lot of money. They buy they buy up a lot of land. Out here. When California came in by. Four thousand five thousand square foot house now on. Six hundred million dollars for. Yeah. Like several million board same house. Well, Ted Turner, also made it very popular for of this lab crowd to to move to Montana. Anyway, I gotta hit a break. But Pete always good to have a call from Joliet Montana. We'll take a short break and be right back phone number's eight five five two nine five six thousand six hundred..
"second sequel" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"What are you going to read? Well, when this is second loss episode of the Iran Rexel, I'm not gonna say titan thing because that's helpful like another way because something I was Christmas shopping, and I very nearly board. The trade paperback of doc night, the master rice. Should I read that? Yeah. You should. I'd love to know. What you think by reading it in one block? I gave it up gave the quick flick. And I'm like this doesn't same terrible. I don't think it's that bad. Yeah. This is. So this is the second sequel it's better than not returns that really blown me. I think we're talking about it before. But the whole thing wasn't out yet. But also, it was forty five bucks. That's why that's why that's why I hesitate. A lot of content here, and I turned around. I'm like, ooh, what's that stings? I think there's some interesting stuff in it. If I kind of want to have it as the tried and not as as digital so much comes down get right onto what what is also interesting to me about it is that it's it's the cover says, doc, not the master. Is it doesn't say doc night three? Yes. Because I think they alike they want to trick people into thing is dot returns, raw as it looks exactly. Like that. All there's no to also. Yeah. That's a good one. I have read to dock strikes again. Yeah. It's the worst. I think back it doesn't matter a lot of it is the as well, which is mad hits. And also nine eleven happened during it was that. Right. So he changed a lot of nose. Yeah. Apparently, he's doing superman you one, but that's delayed or something. Okay. Yeah. Frank mila. He's not strange, man. Yeah. Also, I think I told you this. But in that Batman just gets young again, pretty, yeah. I got I got the sense of that. Yeah. So let's good tight that element of y from the. Yeah. Right. Black mirrors out on the twentieth. Looks like one of the mob the movie white says full. Yeah. Is this coming up? Yeah. That's coming out this way. So that's pretty probably can't do because next week is out. Best worst episode for the year. It's at best and worst episode of the year does both. Wow. It's got all the elements that you love and height about the show. Incredible. The where we talk about the best stuff from Sarah ward episode. We're going to come up with you as this week talking about the biggest box office and because hits and Bohm's. They insist wake. Yes. So one of my favorite episodes to do where we look back on the UN guy. What was good and what was not good? I mean, we do a whole bunch you flavored Black Panther movie. We Black Panthers mcelhinney we end up a bunch of awards like best non Sekulow. Ray? Boot best TV show. I was the game is on. If anyone's got ice suggestion for I have like a category to award something we've been love that. Actually, that'd be grab like adding to the end and changing it because everybody does everybody does best movie and worst movie exactly to best streaming actually because there's some good streaming sites. I write storming but bit storming best stemming. I thought maybe doing like a Google doc and people can votes, but I don't wanna make that we could do it in the planet broadcasting group..
"second sequel" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"One person go on the ride and then they wait in the regular line. But then they get a fast pass for the co parent, and then they return cope other parent goes in the fast pass line. Oh, that's kind of like all these all these new ways of being a parent. I'm super excited for this. It's been super well reviewed. Anything else about it? No, I'm excited. I'm excited. There's a movie we're all going to see because no one else can be bothered to see record Ralph too. I wanna see I've tickets this weekend. Good. We can talk about it next week. And the new trailers Godzilla king of the monsters trailer watch it it was entertaining. I like it was fine. What's it Yeah. That's. say? I did. I agree wasn't as on Spiring as the first trailer with. No, I what's that. Look like on the trailer had the trailers are supposed to. Adds something to the height just to tease being cells teasers or like the logo and maybe a scene. Yeah. That would have been better. Hose, the grumpy gremlin over there. Get water. And then Hollywood reporter made the announcement that Scott Erickson who directed doctor strange. The first is now signed on board to direct doctor strange the second sequel. This is good news change to stranger things. This is my son's favourite vendors movie. Really? Oh, yeah. Easy. It's I think it's probably the most underrated one came and went, and I think it's fantastic. Visuals are so inventive. Yeah. The characters are great dynamic from Wong, and Dr strange fantastic villains aren't the best. But outside of that. I think you're the visuals are incredible. Especially the Mary universe left. The hang thread in terms of the villains, right? You had the classic mentor becomes the villain stories. So hopefully, we'll see that play out in the follow up. Any post Infinity war and game world. Yeah. But what they're showing with Kathy. Marvelous. They can take place in different time lines, not timelines, but different times. Oh, period piece. Yeah. Maybe I think we just get a. A natural to with Barron. Morteau? That's why I'm thinking to take other worlds that that was the chew attell edgy for doctor strange that character. And then moving on we choose my notes are going over place. Hey, how have you guys ever thought of spending two hundred thousand dollars on Star Wars? Not once not one like how how big of a proper. We time a piece of the death star that level Luke's lightsaber antics lightsaber Luke's lightsaber from four four one of those props for which there was more than one hero on what was listed by set decorator, Roger Christiansen, or at least verified by him on profiles in history, but controversy that prop is now pulled from the auction. Why there are some question as to its authenticity and provenance what interesting it's controversial world of of movie props. Good someone's looking out. Yeah. There's actually a tweet more camel did..
"second sequel" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"I'm fine with it. I just it's doesn't come near one or two for me. It's just weird that it's a movie that decides to the first the second the first sequel is a movie that lives inside the original film, which is a cool idea. This second sequel, the third film is a movie transplanting itself into another genre of film, which I just I don't think it worked. Well, it's something, and it's only this year that it's been broken western modern, western comedies, not working for you for the most part ways to die in the west who saw it. Nobody. No ballot of BUSTER Scruggs. Larry. Hey, bob. I got one request for the third movie. Can I get laid at all they're like any woman that might want to have sex with me. Great. Christopher Lloyd's first onscreen kiss. Wow. That's sucks. Reverend Jim wasn't make. Thirty years role just never came along. And he's not making out with Danny devito and Kuku. Don't worry. Once fester comes along that dude, FOX fester fod? Dudes all Smeg MU he is made of his magma Christopher Lloyd had pitched or like wanted a fourth movie where Bharti dot go back to ancient Rome. Oh, really? Oh, that's no. We gotta stop. Doc, it went to public school. I don't know what that means. Fuck they Brutus in. Absolutely. Yeah. Of course, Brutus tannin. With the less like because the old west is probably as 'bout about as far back as you can go you'll have like family lineage out west. You know, what I mean, you don't think it's going to be like tennis is look for fucking Tana's Maximus. Why you mean, you don't wanna do the Rome idea? All right, fine. I'll just cook. Ted danson? Fine. I'll just act in this ride video. That ride sucked by the way as a massive fan of these movies that ride fucking sucked. I never took. It didn't. He didn't miss a goddamn thing. Back to the future. Rag yet Universal Studios. It no longer exists. I think you can watch the video of it on YouTube. It's sucked. It was one of those like in effecting minivan on hydraulic lifts that just as. It sucked. Yeah. I took that once it's very annoying. Yes. Those rights because the Star Wars ride was the same way you're going to have to help kids. You've got to go. Chase biff. No fuck you you invented time. He's your Bill not mine. The only thing I do like about that third movie. I mean, listen, I do like it. I don't revisit it often. Really the last time. I watched it. I was when I got the blue rays. We did like all three in a row, I do that like five years ago a good hangover day these movies like just back to back to back like that beautiful thing for a hangover. I love though, the destroy the destruction of the DeLorean and then the train time issue. I just think it's cool. It's flying train, man. That's razzle shot in the back over eighty dollars. Oh, that's right, right. There's it's got its moment. Got Z top playing the little for fun. Also that we're talking about doc Brown boozing or whatever word he famously doesn't drink that third movie passes out gotta get the wake-up Jews. So that is back to the future. Does it? Hold up. And how often do you revisit it certainly holds up. I mean, I think that this movie only has thirty three effect shots or something. Like that. I read which is it's about right? Like, it shouldn't be like a visual feast for the eyes the stuff the book ends the movie, and it's super fun to look at and really cool. It's race striking. And interestingly, but it's really just a comedy about like, you know, a weird sex comedy around my mom like the next year. Peggy sue got married ripta's movie right off it absolutely did. But I still like that movie. But Jesus Christ I've seen it like I like every four years of this movie. I like it along. I really it's one of the, you know, it's it's what I think of when I think of Michael J FOX and Christopher Lloyd who both had great careers. But yeah, that's about four years. I always think of like. Mike, no life with Mike life with Mikey. Like, Mike has Crispin Glover though, doesn't really and bow. Yes. This holds a great. I mean, every I mean, the rape and the racial slurs aside. Yeah, sure that I think it's a great..
"second sequel" Discussed on You Must Remember This
"So feel Lauren merit had just a handful of sentences in the nineteen fifty four time magazine story that occasioned Gina's debut on the cover, but the nineteen year old was already a net buzzing around the twenty six year old Lollobrigida they first met at the Berlin film festival that year, gene, over fused to dissipate in a photo op with Lauren until Yvonne de Carlo of all people agreed to get in the middle of the two talion actresses at another event that year with both Lauren and Lollobrigida in attendance. It was suggested that the two actresses participate in you live chest measuring contest, Lauren allegedly. Agreed while a disgusted Lollobrigida stormed out. Both actresses over the years would make catty and snide comments insisting that the onus of the rivalry rested entirely with their rival this was of course, a way of perpetuating the rivalry as was low lows habit of making proclamations drawing attention to their differences as when she said we made completely different careers. I wanted to be an artist more than anything else. I wanted a career on a high level. The implication was that Lauren was a sell-out. She did appear in the second sequel to bread love and dreams in the Lola Brigitta role, which is sort of like Rosie Huntington Whiteley replacing Megan FOX in the third transformers movie by which I mean, it wasn't event that did not matter. What did matter is that? So feel Arain was free to appear in Hollywood movies shot in America like houseboat with Cary Grant during a period when Gina could only appear in European co-productions shot in Europe, thanks to her contract with Howard Hughes, even when that contract expired Gina never made a pilgrimage to Hollywood to show her intent to conquer Hollywood film. She did appear opposite major American stars such as fr. Sinatra and rock Hudson in movies that were widely released in America. But these movies were set in Europe and usually shot there. As little number aged her acting career began to taper off, and she kept herself busy with art. As a tiger for and sculptor..
"second sequel" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Like the the idea of a theme park of dinosaurs that you can go and visit that works like a disneyland mixed with the biggest awesome zoo you can imagine where the coolest creatures that ever walked the earth or are there is an amazing idea and that ruined utopia that that think watching the coolest thing go horribly wrong is a very fun idea and this movie that we're about to talk about doesn't care about any of that because we we already went through it but dress world the first drastic world i had a lot of fun again we get to see that cool the idea of what would this fantasy theme park be like and then we watching jeff you just drive the premise of drastic park one i mean it's the exists functional you know that that's what i'm saying is the first one worked for me and then dress world worked for me and all the other ones that didn't do any of that i see didn't work from and that's that's why i think drastic world worked for me is because it actually managed to capture the thing from the original drastic park which was the fun about it is like yeah what you're saying is all these people didn't know where they were going and you get welcome to jurassic park and it's awesome like jeff twisted this argument to make dress world seemed good that's great i don't know if i give you for that one but i think there's there's fun in the the the the core fund that i have with this franchise has only happened twice or and that to me the core fund is what is the tokyo of what this would be like and then watching that go wrong every other interruption of it is just a monster movie where the monsters happened to be dinosaurs but could be anything petric's is more patrick do you wanna leave smackdown on drastic world or or do you only just move onto fallen kingdom what do you think i mean i feel like i'm going to get to it like as the sun goes on because dresses sitting up yeah i mean drastic world is my least favorite movie in the entire series i think it's the worst by far and i get what jeff is saying i do understand the appeal of that notion but part of my issue just like inherent with the movie is that it does the same things that the other two sequels did but kind of worse because the movies they already proved that dinosaur theme park is about idea because it fails in the first movie it fails in the second movie when they try to do it again and the sort of initial premise of drastic world is oh but actually it can work it's you just do it let's just wait twenty years everybody forget about how the park failed mosa how this franchise failed let's just do it again and everybody'll forget basically and ironically that actually have to life but you it's a meta commentary and it actually did again it was a massive hit it was a massive success we should say by the way that dressy park fallen kingdom currently tracking for third place in the summer movie wager under the incredible which looks like it's going to come in second so it did pretty well opening weekend hundred fifty million dollars but significantly less well than drastic world one just wanted to highlight that before we get to diving into the movie itself so let's do a bedrick drastic world fallen kingdom your reaction to this movie overall especially because like you you made this video essay about why dresser park sequels are bad you hated dress world so what happened with your opinion on this movie yes so i went into this movie with expectations almost as low as they could possibly be because i hate drastic world i really do i don't i the only thing i like about drastic world is i think jake johnston's fun and he hasn't even in this movie and and so the one thing and also you know trevor wasn't directing this one but he wrote it so his fingerprints would still be all over it and my one hope is that since jay is a better director than colin trevorrow my hope was that he would at least elevate the material a little bit and.
"second sequel" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"And the melting head at the end of raiders lost i but he he would go on he directed the sequel to the flying mel brooks produced as well which is with eric stokes yeah as the son of brundle fly says one thing with this with this series you have the kind of vincent price movie from nineteen fifty eight and had two sequels as well and the secret of the first one was the son of the fly and then there was another the grandson afterwards and this one it's the families really don't learn apparently jeff goldblum row vincent price letter after the film's release instead of hope hope you like this much as i liked yours an prices reply that was the wonderful to a certain point but when a little bit too far so matt you've seen the vincent price originally the fifty seven fifty eight fifty eight i think it came out how does it compare to this i mean it's really good solid fifties scifi horror yet it's a lot of fun it's added it compares i mean it's based on a short story i believe that was going to publish it was published in playboy i mean it's been awhile since see it short run isn't eighteen movies that were remaking movies from the past like the thing the blob is an invasion of the task the remake of that is terrific yeah we love so much about it so you mentioned the the kind of gross out effects but can revisiting it it's perhaps cronenburg's most mainstream.
"second sequel" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Alrighty well dave are you are you looking for two sequels of this movie damon review cast yeah no no i wore this movie no points i may god have mercy on it soul disagree with every point i've made as you know david hates this movie completely different bill that's right that's right i had completely different problems of it than you not being one hundred percents series so but yeah i just i i really this was i paid to go see this movie and it was totally a situation where we were not reviewing it i would have walked out about halfway through i mean i think my my audience was made up of primarily teenage girls as well and they they felt very restless in fact they were so restless that a gentleman sitting behind me went like got up and at one point gave a pack of girls a stern talking to for disrupting the movie so which is like which is really interesting because it happened literally three minutes before the end of the film so i was like dude just wait it out is it pre or post wet tshirt content alvin yeah yeah i don't know right at the end so okay but yeah i yeah you know you can really bring up a really good point which is like there there is there is some record of franchises having a terrible start and still surviving but i mean i think that any of the harry potter films is more enjoyable than this one i mean i think like trying to run through like what other really hated those.