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"sloane peterson" Discussed on Back To Work
"Okay. This is this actually is a nice segue into some questions. That i have for you. Oh okay so about agatha christie. Close dan my ariza's booze block booze blocked booze block mystery mystery butcher oil. Oh i don't want to miss butcher ono me. Add this to now. They were here. Vote here at all what people find notes for episode five to nine. Have you back to where they're going to go back to work out limo slash five two nine nine nine to nine nine nine nine nine nine okay macho when that girl turns around and it's not farris. Funny it's creepy. She was yes acute. Everyone in that movies adorable so door and then sloan was in that movie with With tim curry as the devil. Oh oh i saw her. Ni- get her confused sometimes with cari rumor but now sloane peterson great knees kinda just say that was getting out of the way. She's great news. I'm not even a knee guy. But i don't think now i maybe by now you know we're not we're not supposed to laugh because it's problematic but i think it's really funny when rooney says so that's how it is in their. I'm now why we're not supposed to laugh at that not anymore. Then it was quite hilarious. Yes would have high school girls going out with someone who appears to be inspector gadget or possibly cast in that role. Oh my god wait a minute. Wait was in the inspector gadget movie. That was him. I would say we're gonna find this for for for positive of this cameron's dad's cameron's dad's car. And he's standing there thrones loan. Come on come along there. Yeah right he does have a kiss daddy and then talk. Creepy scene happens so strange. Was that okay. Why was nine. Okay wasn't funny then. It's not funny now. It wasn't are you sure it wasn't. You never thought that was funny. I don't know we watching our house now. We were really. Were down on a lot of always sending in philadelphia and we're doing a lot of bujak horsemen and have you ever seen bush. Of course minutes. I seen it and then i decided to save. It was okay okay. Good good but there's a character in that named vincent had to say at the way as he first introduced himself. And what's your name told. Guarini goes vincent adult man. And he's obviously three children in a trench coat. Which has you know. Dan is not only never never not funny. It's always funny but it might be the funniest thing in the world is three kids in a trenchcoat and this kitty cat Agent later manager ends up dating. Vincent adult man even though he's obviously three.
"sloane peterson" Discussed on KCRW
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston, President Biden and members of his Cabinet are gathering in the White House Rose Garden at the sour Biden is unveiling as Syriza of executive actions designed to curb gun violence. NPR's Tamara Keith reports, Biden has faced increasing pressure to address the issue in the wake of recent deadly shootings in the US The most notable, I think proposal is that the Justice Department will issue within 30 days a proposed rule to stop the proliferation of what are known as ghost guns. These are weapons kids that people can buy on the Internet to build their own guns. They are currently regulated like guns. NPR's Tamara Keith, reporting another executive action would regulate equipment that effectively turns pistols into a type of rifle. Former tax collector in central Florida has entered a plea of not guilty in federal court, Abe Arboria with member Station W. And the Thieve reports. The case has attracted national attention because its links to embattled Florida Congressman Matt Gates former Seminole County tax collector Joel Greenberg was already facing felony charges of sex trafficking of a minor. The government's third indictment. Prosecutors allege Greenberg embezzled $400,000 from the tax collector's office by buying Bitcoins and Bitcoin mining machines. He's also been accused of bribing a small business administration official to falsify covert 19 small business really flows with more than $400,000. Federal officials are investigating whether current congressman Mac AIDS could face felony sex trafficking charges stemming from the same case. For NPR News. I'm a Barbara in Orlando Pope Francis is calling on world financial leaders to reduce the debt burden of poor countries and made the Corona virus pandemic. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports, The pontiff made an appeal in a letter to the International Monetary Fund and World Bank as they hold their annual spring meeting. The pandemic, Francis said, has forced the world to come to terms with inter related social, economic, ecological and political crises. There's urgent need, he said, for a global plan that can create you or regenerate existing institutions, particularly those of global governance. Such a plan, the pope said, would necessarily mean giving poor and less developed nations a defective share in decision making and facilitating access to the international market. Francis also called for international solidarity to speed up vaccines distribution, especially in the poorest countries, Francis told the finance chiefs. We cannot allow the law of the marketplace to take precedence over the law of love and the health of all. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS, Rome On Wall Street, the Dow was down 20 points. Listening to NPR news in Washington and support for NPR News comes from C three AI c three. AI software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence. At Enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable problems. See three A. I. This is Enterprise Ai, and this is morning becomes eclectic. Good morning to you, Anthony Valadez and no Veena Carmel. Keeping you company on this morning Sounds from Sloane Peterson out of Sydney, Australia, also hometown favorite Coco Elektronik producer Iman Hussein in the latest from Aaron Fraser. And also we ask for your takes on some of your favorite songs, hit songs, favorites whatever that contain No bass lines, and we found a few looking forward to dropping that into the set. But first, here's one to help you kick off your day and throw you in the full high gear.
"sloane peterson" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"A law. No i i i have i keep giving it away i buy it and then give it away and i never see it again but Another good one. Is these guys. have all the fun. And it's an oral history of espn. I think if that's fascinating too. So i love love these oral history. They're great because it's different narratives. It's different people how they saw sick certain situations so it's not one sided. You know you get to get all sides and boy do they. Tear down war michael's or some people enjoy their pretty rough on him but you can kind of imagine. now it's like a A like a pot of young goes and oh yeah i mean. I don't envy his position now. But i've gotten go to start or night live a couple of times And sit in his office. Watch saturday night live. There's a little sliding glass. Door is airy surreal. Yeah so cool. The boys in the boat. The true story of the american teams epic journey to win the gold at the nineteen thirty six olympics. A must read. Yes yeah there's a children's version too. But i always give voice. Yeah it's one. How what would they do. Just knock down some of words or just kind of like take out some of the sophisticated sophisticated language and so it's like half the size but it's great. It's a good beater for boys fee. Not i think i. I don't think i wrote about this. But i'm see i would have loved that as a summer reading book but unfortunately they shoved they used to i here today and you can obviously speak to this which Not children you got. You can be more selective in what you wanna For kids because i hated some of the stuff they throw at us. I mean yes steinbeck. Steinbeck's okay but like you know i don't really care about the pearl. I just don't yeah. Yeah and all quiet on the western front like. I'm sorry. I don't care you know like yeah. Gimme gimme something about sports or something. And that's what you that's what you do you. You get someone enthusiastic about reading in any way you can't you know that's what my son's teacher always sat. Is that if you have trouble with child reading you. Just figure out what they like so for my daughter. It was biographies of my sons sports. So yeah easson. Calvin and hobbes how. I read every single comic strip of competent knobs. My mom loved it and and cultivated it and So anyway that's so cool. Okay snow falling on cedars wonderful wonderful. Yeah well my mom will just say you have to read this. And she's ninety percent right. Yes time terrible in movies she. She made me go she. She called me laughing. I was in college. I think you've gotta go see this movie. I'll pay out send you the money an envelope. What movie off. She said analyzed this with deniro. Chris thought it so dumb. I watched mom. It's so cheesy and snoop snooping. Don't ever recommend the movie my favorite book of all time career for owen. Meany john are. Yeah yeah mazing amazing. I like all his stuff. And i've read almost all of it. I think son of circus is really good. Weird space in india. You feel like he kind of puts you there and I like that and There's this one called water method man which is pretty obscure. But i really liked it. So yeah i ve devoured all is stop. And then prince by pat conroy. Yeah yeah. I mean that's just amazing and i've read his other stuff. I just think that one stands alone. I don't think anyone should argue with that. I mean some people say the water is wide is is wonderful. I thought the great santini was annoying. I felt the dad was obnoxious. Like guy's an asshole. So but then lords disciplined was good. I i must say so but not princeton is just such perfect perfect novel and The brother and that is just when he's when they rescue the dolphin and they put it back you know. And then he basically gets shot killed by like a force and it's just so amazing. I'm telling you you could be the next pat conroy. Here is some books that i want you to read and i can send you this list. I told you about revenge. Story of hope by laura blooming fouled. That one is really good. That's a must win. The oral history of nine eleven bike. Your gareth graph is really good. I will read that. I will read that bossy pants by tina fey. Have you read it. yes. I am. Okay but i was by a Simon and schuster. Or was william morris They sent me a few books Just to get an idea of Writing styles and stuff like that. I really liked this girl named sloan. Crossley i was laughing out loud at her books. Look alive out there. I think is what it's called. And i just thought she had wonderful writing style. Looks like sedaris. Are david foster. Wallace is my favourite author. But he's just so brilliant but Yeah so did you know that she's the muse for john hughes for paris peeler. Stay off. who was sloan. Oh i didn't know they. Character of sloane peterson is because he was john hughes was friends with her father. Oh i didn't know that at all. That's wild yeah. Yeah okay the last one is called trap by curtis centene fouled. So it's basically like catcher in the rye but a female version. Okay so saturday boarding school. So i feel like the you will relate to a lot of the stories you got it. You're giving homework. Yes okay so. Your book again is called average expectations. I highly recommend it. I always enjoyed chatting with you. I will send you my list And i appreciate the reading. I think that's a great thing that you did with the buck. Good taliban where they can find your book and where they can follow you know you can find it at barnes and noble or you can listen to it. I i did. I read the whole thing in front of a microphone. Owner a three day period which was kind of fun and so like apple. Itunes you can find it anywhere and it comes out next week. I think is the official day march. Sixteen yes right okay. It will be shortly available once you listen to. Cates amazing podcast. Poodle what do you do when you feel like..
"sloane peterson" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth
"A vote forget about never winning MVP never received an MVP vote. I mean if it show, he put on Sunday night against the Patriots Oh my gosh. Dude the show the show the first game of the season I called the show he put on in that game, any of four touchdowns and he was like he had like three incompletions meeting it was it was on really started a game like eleven for eleven twelve for twelve something like that Let me let me ask you this. I mean. I guess most people would take Patrick mahomes but. Like I don't think there's a wrong answer if you've got to start or you gotTa Win One game where you gotTa start a Franchise Russell Wilson or Patrick Mahomes. I mean, those are the two guys, right There be another quarter Jackson. No NO NO LAMAR WANNA playoff game yet. So sorry he's not in the conversation no way Aaron Rodgers plan right now that he might be in the conversation. But but he's older he's a lot older, right? Russell Wilson is boy he is he is so good and. I tell you that his I mean I know everybody says the same thing but it just as soon as stark when you watch his deep ball accuracy, the way he. He is he's throwing it in five. Gallon buckets. So get Damn Home Depot Bucket and he just threw it into our lows which one sponsor the NFL slows. Sworn into a lows bucket. Right Yeah. I mean awesome. Craziness. Craziness and. All you NFL types. All you sports types over the years have told me there is no such thing as a good loss. You know what? If the Patriots after that performance by Cam. Newton. I come away feeling. Great. Even with the loss because look at what that guy did. I mean look at the questions he answered right and. This is a guy who is making less guaranteed money this year than Nathan Peterman. Them. Nathan. Peterman. Shlone Peterman knows Peterson right. I know what you're doing it. Right. Yeah I. Sloane Peterson. Nathan Peterman. It's we'd. Any. Andy Dull. Or guaranteed money then. Yeah Cam is how far can how about like I mean there was the big question mark of Cam Health. Shoot Me Looks Pretty Damn hell he doesn't he yeah and. Like. Like he told me I guess in two thousand eighteen. He had told me that he really. Took to North Turner as coordinator. and. Understanding. You growing and understanding the totality of the offense and also understanding that he had to protect himself throwing the football, and if you remember the first eight, nine games of the season, he might have been the lead leaguer lead the league season reason league leader in like. Completion for he was like at sixty eight. Sixty eight percent or sixty, seven point nine percent or something like that and I mean he was he was awesome. Taken with the defense gives him like you watch him throw the ball right now and I've always been critical of the intermediate route aspect of you know inaccurate throws and things of that nature. He's cleaned up I think mechanically he's thrown it exceptionally well, and he's healthy to threaten the edge I mean it's it's pretty. Amazing what they've been able to do, and and the way he's responded after two years of being injured. Good for Cam Newton and that's a one of the cool things to see if you saw before that Game Cam Newton coming up and kind of sneaking up on on Olsen and just the love they have for one another was a really it's a really cool thing to respect and admiration the love they have for one another. And that was really cool. Both of being away from the Carolina Panthers, in ballgame basically saying, Hey, forget you pound sand. We're going to continue our careers elsewhere I. don't I don't care how you feel about this team I think anybody can agree. That, it's a better NFL if the raiders are good. And They look good. They look and saints is there too and is this they're for real? Okay. They're they're for real. I mean waller. Obviously you saw what he did with twelve catches in the guys the guys an amazing player 'cause he can be an inline guy, he's great. He does not shy away from block and people hidden people and doing all those things. But from a matchup standpoint, guys like six seventy run like the wind a he is a legit big time. Players get a great story many Guy Essentially In a car. And it had been suspended a bunch of times and and he's you know, I mean, I met with basically told me that it was all about anxiety. You know just was so anxious about things and he you know unfortunately turned drugs but bottom line he turned himself in. Got Himself. Help asked the NFL, put them into Rehab did that then he went to stocking shelves At sprouts. On on his year suspension got a job at sprouts stocking shelves you WanNa talk about humility and he appreciates where he is he's one of my favorite players that ever talked to me. It's just great young man and he's a great player but I'll go back to a couple of years ago when Jon Gruden took over there The raiders and and this is interesting because there's so many teams that kick the can down the road and are afraid to just basically say we got a we got a strip it and build it back up just WanNa slap bandaids on right they wanna slap band aids and tell her say look we're closed. We just signed this guy it's GonNa put us over the top all we're one big time receiver away from you. No, you're not no, you're not you're not. and. I was told I was in their facility in Oakland is two years before they moved to Vegas they're just saying, Hey, listen man this where we are I think this is twenty seventeen. This where we are, we stripped this damn thing down to the studs and rebuild it. And Mike Mayock being the general manager? His Dad was an line coach. He said we're going to build this thing inside. Weren't take care of our law and take care of our line front seven on defense. That's what we're GONNA do. That's how we're going to build this thing, and then we're going to put the pieces in when come to us on the outside and everything else and look what's happened. Trail away. Some big time players, Khalil Mack and everybody else you know traded away got their draft picks built their team the way they wanted to build their team and what's happened in my mind you know..
"sloane peterson" Discussed on Podcast 42
"Don't know what that means. But time is money here and we've got a writers strike set to pick it right outside the studio in about six hours by the way. I can't help but notice this green play clocking in at about two hours and forty five minutes. I don't know how you're going to get the script down with only six hours to do it in just figure we can cut down the time Eddie has as supposed to happen that'd be a nightmare. Well, the story takes place all on one day all the characters wear the same clothes throughout the whole thing that gives it a lot of freedom in the editing room. We did it with the breakfast. Club could. You describe the register exactly. You see for this movie to work we have the beginning and the end already it doesn't matter what exactly happens to the characters in the middle. It's all about where they start and where they and like. Lord. Of the Rings Great Book. Del will never work. As a movie, the Stop Motion Animation would be a nightmare maybe George Lucas and his team could make it I don't know. But I digress Let's light this movie. Careful on your way out some picketers or here early for the tailgating people tailgate before picketing. Here they do. and. I smoke a BALSA. Why don't we jump forward in time a little bit and see how the cast this movie. Great. Time travel thickness no. No. More time travel so. Of It audio time travel sickness. Great I would just wanting to write the great movie, right? There's got to be something to help with that dramamine or something. Yeah. Try this. What is it and Al Toyed? This is going to help. Yeah. It'll easier stomach for time travel fresh your breath and it is curiously All Right Irwin grab onto the rim of the FISHBOWL. Hey. Who are you people? You can't just pop in and out of thin air like fat we're trying to cast the movie here. It's okay. Janet Hirschenson I know them it's weird that he used her first and last name like that. I think it was just to establish who she is. got listen Janet. There's only one person I have in mind for Ferris Bueller and that is Matthew Broderick. Dame. Yeah. I wonder where he got that idea from Yeah Laura it was used Sabrina Oh. Yeah. Well, you guys need to relax pardon my French girls hold tight that if you stuck a lump of coal up your ass in two weeks, there would be diamonds can I use that maybe modified sure us whatever you want Johnny it's no problem. Whatsoever John if you could focus why Broderick has the right charm and he is clever if Jimmy Stewart was fifteen right now I would cast him but he's not. Broaddrick is the guy besides anthony. Michael Hall already turned Me Down I. Also Have Jim Carey Tom Cruise Johnny Depp Eric Stokes Robert, Downey Junior, and Michael J. Fox interested Broderick will do ok well, Amelia. Of as John, Cusak and Allen. Rock are all here to audition for Kamin fry Ferris's best friend and Molly Ringwald and. Here tradition for Sloane. Peterson the girlfriend hope John cusack gets it. He's my favorite actor of all time. You already know John Cusak doesn't get it. I can change that Sabrina no Mr Hughes Amelia would be perfect plus you have already worked with him on breakfast club. Yes. True. Perfect. Amelia Estevez's is not John Cusack Sabrina. Emilio is a little cutie though. Junkies can be a little Cutie Sabrina, you changed the movie. Whatever it doesn't do as well. Now, it will don't worry. Amelia can do anything. I bet you can even play a garbage man in a movie and it would be a blockbuster. Emilio Estevez doesn't want the part he turned it down. Yes. John cusack. It is. Why don't you just marry John cusack since you like him so much would but then that would change history. He might not make Grosse Pointe. Blank and that would be wrong for future generations for now. I shall sacrifice our love. I think we should go with Allen Rock I remember him addition for Bender and Breakfast Club you know the role I gave to judd. Nelson. Good thing to jobs such a cutie who is not acutely to you in Hollywood Freddy. Krueger. Not a real person. You know I, the character of Cameron on a friend of mine in high school he was sort. Of A loss person, his family neglected him. So he took that as license to really pamper himself when he was legitimately sick he actually felt good because it was difficult and tiring to have to invent diseases. But when he actually had something, he was relaxed Despite Rock Bang thirty. He looks like he could pass for a teenager and has good chemistry with Matthew. By the way they had previously acted together in the Broadway production of block see blues. Okay. Also, I don't want Mali in this. Why isn't that your go-to actress? Yes but I feel like this part is too small for her Mia Sara is Osso Jennifer. Gray is on board to play fairest his sister Jeannie. That's good. It will give her broader A. Chance to secretly date during filming quite and money to get a news job. Well, that was mean I didn't say she needed a nose job. That's what she did with the money. Yeah. Sometime after dirty dancing to play the principal, we should get that guy from Amadeus data. So what's his name Jeffrey Jones? Yes plus I heard he is good with children. Jeffrey Jones here as reading the script and my part seems really smelling here. Don't worry people know you for this part as well as being listed in the US Department of Justice. National Sex offender database what now who's changing history? Well, I'm up for anything as long as they are fifteen or younger why I don't know what he's talking about dope help you study for this part I want you to meet my old vice principal he used to wear a gun. In his belt under his coat that guy seems like he was sign up for the army quick before kill you in tenths. Yes and that's how I want you to play it to who is next I've already cast the economics teacher would Ben Stein because he has a flat voice and he looks like a teacher plus he's a Republican and I'm a Republican. We are probably the only Republicans in the movie business what an odd statement what are you going to do? The question isn't what are we going to do?.
"sloane peterson" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"All right. This movie came out twenty four years ago. It is an indie movie icon. La Movies ever. And it has aged like a beautiful bottle of red wine shop. Fantasy, your single favorite thing about this movie. Well I was thinking about it in relationship to Ferris Buehler's Day off and I talked a lot about how much I love, the character of cameras and this movie is like if Cameron was the star Ferris Buehler's Day off Mikey as the Cameron to transfer heiress, and it's fun to watch them flip roles here. It's fun to see this sort of a movie from this perspective, and it's part of why it makes such an amazing movie about friendship. Does that make Su Sloane Peterson. I Don I. It's a question of whether grams Sloane Peterson. If you subscribe to the Cameron was also in love with Sloan theory, you know. Chris Sorta by you. Yeah, it's just like what if you and your friends mattered like what when your friends mattered enough to make a movie about him and this movie while it became a huge success, I think on home video, and also on DVD and cable, I still think of it as this like. Hey, and me and my friends are gonNA scrape together whatever money we can find guerrillas shoot this thing that's about our lives and just see if anybody bites, and it just so happened that they had like three generational talents involved in it in Doug Watson. Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau and yeah I just I just think of it as one of the ultimate hangout movies. It's true indie movie. 'cause we have other anyway I think like pulp fiction is considered in the movie, and it's not really it has major stars in, and it had enough money it going. This movie is like. You know they're. Telling favor to open the fridge, because they can get light from the fridge, and that will help the late. They're filming and bars, not even telling people in the bars film in there and they're throwing parties, not telling people at the party they're going to film scenes, and it's a true Indian every since everything about how this movie got made is completely organic. Lucky in a Lotta ways, and then how it hits. Huge and yet it didn't hit. It wasn't successful when it came out and I think it's a really important point about this movie. Midnight is I love movies I went to see every movie. I didn't see this movie in the theater. I didn't even know about it and I feel like I was like a nine out of ten. Knowing what movies were out, what movies I should go? See I was reading everything and I. Just kind of missed it and my friend Jan Morris like three months after the movie came out. I think it was on blockbuster at that point. And she's like. Have you seen swingers yet? And I was like no, what is it? Is it good and she's like? You would love it. You have to go rent it. It's you're kind of movie. And that was it and then like a lot of the movies we cover on this in the mid nineties. It hit that cable re watchable. Over, and over again it's on, and it is one of the most quotable re watchable movies the lowest twenty five years. I really believe that. Yeah I think it also you know you're you described it as a true Indie, and it's obviously a miramax movie, which was sort of the most dominant indie brand at that time, and it's a movie that's in dialogue with with all these other indie movies you know there's that famous sequence where they're talking about Scorsese and shot goodfellas and then reservoir dogs in the relationship to that, and then there's this big O. Masha. Reservoir dogs, and you can tell that Fabio and lyman looked at what Tarantino digits a few years earlier and were very self. Self consciously trying to ape that same story of you know having the story that is very personal to you. That is very inspired by a lot of other movies, being obsessed with Hollywood and then finding a way to make that your movie, you know and and the way that they did. It is so amazing. I'm sure we'll talk about it in detail like you said they basically begged borrowed, stole and hustled through every single moment of this movie, and that's part of what makes it so charming. I think it feels like it's so intimate. Close, everyone's face and everyone's experience. It's also really strange because when I saw this movie I can't remember. I very well may have seen in the theaters in the mid nineties, but I I certainly when. Seemingly overnight, every single person was telling each other. They were money. and calling each other double down, but when I was young when I saw it, the idea of staying out until six in the morning was still pretty far fetched to me. And now. Almost twenty five years later I live in the neighborhood where they shot most of it and like drive by these places and. Vince Vaughn Vince Vaughn and Jon. favelas become one of the biggest blockbuster directors and Doug Lyman is still. Shooting seventy four extra days on Tom Cruise. Getting taken away from them and stealing it back, and whatever the hell is going on with them, so it's just been kind of a fascinating trajectory for everybody involved. Even the audience who I think probably has like when they watch this movie. They probably remembers much about their own life when they saw it as they. Do. You know what's happened to the movie since then? And it's it's not pre Internet because the Internet starts taking off in ninety six, but it's basically pre internet. Has a couple of things in here. That were things that I felt like. We're unique to my friend group at the time because I'm basically the same ages guys in this movie. Vegas. We just started going there the year before. I had never seen that in a movie. Guys going to vegas the excitement of going to vegas, but then the trip is way longer than you think it's going to be. You're just kinda holding on. Then you see the lights and you get rejuvenated, and you go to the Casino, and you have three hundred dollars, and that's it. You have to make that three hundred dollars last a whole eight all that stuff I just never seen in a movie before. Guys playing video games in a movie like they play NHL Ninety three. which was you know? An iconic run of and I thought it was ninety, three, ninety four was the next year. This is they play ninety three ninety. Three's yeah this. This is the head leader. The year after was the you could go around the net and just do the whole thing, but but I'd never seen people pay video games that are movie, but my friend. I played that video game all the time. We played hockey video games for three years. We would get in fights like the fights that they got in there. And I think. You know appetite for the next decade I think tapped into some of this stuff to the dynamics of male bonding. There just weren't a lot of movies like this, I I probably less than five where I was like Oh. Those guys remind me me and my friends. It's a really hard thing to pull off and it's a very low of a story. You know there's hardly really anything going on in this movie, and not it doesn't. It never really matters? You know you're so. You just feel so close to these people obviously like we feel. Feel close to these people for me. I was fourteen when this movie came out, and just at the early stages of getting obsessed with how movies were made, and what they did, and reading magazines about movies or coming out, and so I. Will I definitely didn't see it in theaters I had a lot of awareness of it because it was another one of those movies, it was sort of like self mythology izing in real time. Sold the swinger screenplay because the story of Farrell writing that story was such a big part of the origins of that movie and so. To me I was aspiring to have male friendships in my twenty s where we played video games, and when swing dancing when I was a teenager like her obviously didn't totally work out that way with swing dancing, but I thought that they like they. They brilliantly told their own story while also making something that they loved which is such a huge part of making a movie a part of history. Bill. I have a question. Yeah, how many bowling shirts did you own? Never got into the bowling shirt thing, I gotta say. I probably only had one or two. One that had like slick written across like maybe a gas station jacket. Something not nothing like that now I mean I was living in Boston when this movie came out. And this whole world that they were in seem so far away from the world I was in everything about it, even though the guy said no money was the only thing I could identify with, but the way the the nights that they had in and all get in their car and driving in different places like we took cabs in Boston. Like why are these guys driving everywhere? Be Don't know I'm not from La going to.
"sloane peterson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"She has a bunch of behind the scenes photos of filming, including Ah Mathew Brodrick Alan Ruck, who played Cameron Mia Sara, who played Sloane Peterson. Even Richard Edson, who was the infamous garage attendant. Island of the late filmmaker John Hughes. You Oh, yeah. So you can check all of those out on Jennifer Grey's instagram and because you know, it's it was the anniversary on DH. She just wanted to say something sweet. Here's a fun fact. You may not know this or you may He is married to the Person. The guy who played Julia Louis Dreyfus is husband or ex husband on New Adventures of old Christine. Oh, okay. Christine. Okay. I never watched that show. But he's adorable. Those two remarried and they're really cute. Jennifer Grey is almost unrecognizable. She changed her nose. Yeah, She doesn't look like the same person. But she still is adorable. Still is the same person. I mean, did I say she's not? You know, I just want people to know she is the same person. Are you okay? Donna? It's Monday. Ah, yeah, I'm good. I'm good. So one final thing before we take the B word on Ariana Grande has got a new boyfriend. She does. And who is this guy? I love to look up people that I'm like. Who is that? Who gets to date? Ariana Grande, Right? Because the last person we know she dated was Pete Davidson. Rightly fault Felt was ah. And ill match right. It just seemed weird. Okay, so she started her 27th birthday celebrations by finally posting a picture of her new boo Dalton Gomez. Dalton Gomez happens to be a high profile L, a real estate agent. And he works for the same company that Netflix is selling sunset. Ah, it is a very high profile. Real estate companies. Those here right now, he it's hard to sort of dig in and defined who he represents. But one of the houses he's selling is Olympian Shaun White. His house is up for sale for $9 million. Nice. So this guy, we think that she met him. Just from selling her home. He looks really young. He's very young. He's you know, in his twenties, so has his instagram set to private so you can't creep on it. Um, and he is not on this show. Currently this is ah, the Aaron Kirkman. That's that's Ah, listening. Impossible. Sorry. This is the show that I used to watch her Amazon. Okay, Well, it's that realestate company that he worked. Okay. All right. So and those guys, they just think they're hot, You know? Uh oh, yeah, well, this guy's one of them, but he's not on the show at this time, but I bet after dating Arianna Grand, eh? They're goingto put him on the show eventually will. Yeah. Now he is also featured in the end of the stuck with you video. You'll see him dancing a little bit around with her. Oh, it's the Justin Bieber. Ariana Grande a song that they acted together. I'm going to do a deep dive into that. Okay. All right. Well, if you see something we want you to say something, you guys, you and I both saw something over the weekend and we want to say something about it. It involves the pandemic will tell you about it when we come right back on my talk one of 71 Nothing but good times.
"sloane peterson" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"Yes sir. As key. Step Dan in the mid eighties with the ladies. Oh sure that was another thing that was chap great job by thumbs up all the way around Another what's age. Best Party being hot horrified by his flirty. Mom actually think it's an underrated part of this movie. How horrifying would be to have your mom hit on you. Not Realizing it was her son. I can't even imagine that's my worst nightmare. This is a great follow up to the Godfather Part. Three incest conversation that we have here again. Yes it keeps coming back on this show. Sestri watchable still still possible. Nineteen fifties ice cream shops as age. The Best George Punching biff at the end his age the best. I like what he says. What happens to us in the future? Do we become assholes or something? The ads are probably yes. And then my last words age the Best Claudia Wells it and there's a whole might as well do it now. She was David Best though. Because you know she. This is her first. And last shot at the back of the huge future franchise. I think it's a great job by her. She's an I'm just GONNA throw this guy's out to you Claudia. Wells or Sloane Peterson who do you got Claudia? Wells? I'm slow I'm Sloan also such. She's so supportive. Like Mardi Mardi is not a good musician. You know what I mean like straight up. And he's just like tape to the record labels and they're going to reject me. She's like no. You're you're talented. Mardi the pinheads ago. Somebody checks out a bunch of other chicks and she's just like well didn't like puts it and brings his face back towards her. She's just like so ride or die. Yeah we all need Jennifer. Parker married my high school sweetheart. She's great her Peterson. The Best Girlfriend's best movie girlfriends of the eighties any other outlets age. The best for you guys. Yeah I WANNA say that studio backlots have each the best. Yes I was GONNA say this Chris. Yeah so like if you guys I I don't know if you guys ever went to universal in Orlando but I. There's a lot of back to the future vibes there and I remember like the small town when he goes back to the nineteen fifties and all the crane shots of. It's pretty obviously a back lot shy and I think that was maybe the first time where I when I went to a theme park a couple years later and I I kind of was like. Oh so this is where they do it like. This is how they make movies. Is they build a suburban town square and they can do anything they want at it so I feel like it has like a very cool vibe because of that I so miss that in movies too I mean. It doesn't hold back it doesn't make. It seem any less realistic. It doesn't it doesn't distract you from the movie but it is so obviously a universal Outta who've ever stepped foot any of them and that now on is still there universal. I believe in L. A. That's that's like a legendary lot. Where surgery movies have been made? Well now we're not making any movies. So on this dodging all moves sets in all places but yeah I. I remember the first time. What's the One Warner Brothers Burbank? Yes getting a tour in driving her hand just seeing these manmade little downtowns where they just they film whatever and there and then when it's next movie they'd just change some of the sides said they're off again once you know how to look for that and movies. It's pretty funny. It's especially like you can see a lot in sitcoms even today but like you know if you're just Seinfeld how I met your mother and your like that's not New York. Yeah you can go see central perk right now and visit. The friend said if you want to. That's the still is still happening. I also think I obviously Christopher Lloyd has aged the best because he hasn't aged at all I mean he's the best. I would also throw out Alan Sylvestry score. Yes iconic up there with any John Williams score at the time and really really blake. I forgot when it first dropped last night on a cold. My God this is fucking famous Ted. It he's still doing it man he he does all the music for the avengers movies. I mean he is also vestry is still at the peak of his powers and he's got like a winery. Also up in the In Carmel F Y Great Life. I Have Huey Lewis says my winner for what the best would say worse Okay Mic Claudia. Wells stock that I bought like nineteen eighty five. I was all land was like what's next for her. What was next. I don't know but why couldn't she played? Michael Corleone in the Godfather where the Fuck Jay. At her to the list she went onto a long storied career of small roles on TV shows. Well it's a sad story. She had the drop out of the second one because her mom had cancer and they replaced their with Elizabeth. Shue and just kind of character going. But it's it's a bummer. 'cause obviously that would have been awesome for I think a lot of people think Elizabeth Shue as in the original because she was more famous and two and three came a few years later and by that point she was more of a known quantity and I. I always forget when I re watched the cloudy. Wells' in the original issue had been. I would have been fine with that as much as I love. Claudia was Full support of all Elizabeth Shoe appearances a more would sage. The worst Leah thompsons fat mob makeup just looks really fake. Thirty five years later just off three and a half hours to put it on. That doesn't look great. It's a it's a real like precursor to fat bastard. Yeah it's tough. The terrorists come into killed. That Brown has never has always been like a a loophole. This movie that he borrowed plutonium from Libyan terrorists and other company ghetto. Yeah they don't really explain the geopolitical whatever's of of the Libyans being in suburban California. So that DOC Brown can make them a weapon. I guess there is a really funny joke. About Soviet guns the in in the movie though although Zametica's basically like apologized for this whole part of the plot. My bed insensitive. Yeah sorry sorry. Everybody Osso insensitive George Flat Peeping Tom. Climbing in a treat or watch tops address like You're getting arrested for that. Now my son flagged this immediately as boy. That's weird. Biff assaulting Leah Thompson in the car leading to George coming to save. The day is kind of insane I I. I can't believe they did it thirty five years ago. That's Marty's plan though is I'm GonNa get Hansie and then you're going to punch me right. What do you mean? Isn't that like Maurice Plan? But it takes him out of the car right but then biff is like basically a commitment assault exactly. It's not it stay. It goes awry there for a second. I don't know why they had to although I mean it's nineteen fifty five. It's not like there weren't monsters. Date raping girls like that was definitely some various happening. So you know given the time period. I don't know if it's maybe age the best in a fucked up way. Yeah just I. I'm not positive I want a date rape and back to the future. I guess points his G. Rate. That's there's a Lotta stuff in this. That is surprising. It's like it's pretty violent. They say shit a lot in this. Yeah I was surprised with that. That was thing is just slip in a couple of curse words into those because I remember whenever you would see like goonies you'd get really fired up during the curse word parts. Yeah and then up. Jay. Fox's guitar playing as atrocious. I know they had to. It's just not even close to looking realistic. It's really bad. I think I think the Mardi mic fly inventing rock and roll has probably aged the worst as a concept. Yeah I guess. He took this from. He took this into forrest. Gump is what if I have forest just interact with every single significant person. I can't believe you guys didn't get into this on. Music Exist Chris. I feel like this was this topic for you. The Lost Episode Season Two. Yeah I've forgotten what age the Best I love. The I love the high school prom band. I love those guys a great job by then by Chuck Berry's cousin and and his whole crew casting. What if we hit a lot of them? Did you know that Christopher was not the first choice for doc Brown yes was was John Lithgow? Oh he would have been good similar. Like ageless kind of guy. Like yeah can make Casey better. I've never not liked John. Lithgow in a movie. He's always good. Yeah I I still feel like his cliffhanger. Villain was toe to toe with Hans Gruber in the action movie villain final. Say I love his COOKEVILLE. Don't think we won't be doing cliffhanger on the Watch was great movie Thomas. F Wilson cast as Biff Tannen because they had originally cast somebody named Jj Cohen who they didn't like was physically imposing enough to boys stoltze so they made him WanNa bibs cohorts and then. Stoltze got bounced and Michael. J. Fox came in. Who could have been anyone could have looked physically imposing time so tough break for him and then Moore Harden originally cast as Jennifer and let go after stoltze dismiss because she was taught to be next to Fox always like below. Laura Harden loved her. Yeah Jan doc and then finally a lot of people don't know this but Al Pacino is supposed to background Chris. Chris you Ha- you have that right. You have the screen test. No Yeah so let me let me just let me just bring it up. It's IT'S A. It's a weird file I got. He said he was gonNA play it a lot. Like the guy from heat in that. I think why they decided bad idea if we could somehow harness there's lightning channeled into the flux. Capacitor just might work next Saturday night. We're sending you look so. He doubted up too much. It was like I'm good. How I know you want some Oscars your major guy. I just think if the chicken got.
"sloane peterson" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"Done. It's a rat. It's it's funny about this. You put twice as many miles on it that it had before maybe a kick. The front left headlight as a fuck. You think you've proved your point. I don't think you need to send the car backwards through the window to death and then be like it's fine. I'll take the heat. This had happened anyway. I dunno bothers me. You guys. You're just a couple of goals like is this. Your forties is like where you just start identifying with the worst people in the world the guys who own. Gt Fifty California's fighters gone. How do we know if he's the worst person the earth because they got a divorce and he ignored Cambridge? Believe him. I think? Carrizo Homicide Maniac. Let's go back through the movie and just only identify with people in their forties like the maitre d'. That guy was just trying to do his job. Gordon Gecko no I think. I think Cameron was unhinged like Chris Cameron kill at later in life at some point and say involved in a murder if he makes it out of that day alive in Traction when his dad's done putting a beating on him but like I think that if if cameron ever gets out he probably does what Faira says. Which is he gets married to. The first girl had sex with. That's a very insightful. Comment for sure. He's like that. I just think I just think cameron is an angsty teenager. I don't think he is a homicidal maniac. I think he's got some problems but he's GonNa work it out. There's a lot of. I probably wouldn't have kicked a car through a garage. I don't even. I don't know if that would ever even occurred to me nor did I grow up in a household that had a GT to fifty California spider. But I. I don't think he's crazy. I think he's just bent out of shape and he's at that age when you get bent out of shape so when Sean doors is first son and his son responds by burning all of his movie. Books that he's collected over the last forty years. Schaumburg. I get it. The kids had some angst. No that's when I go get the socket wrench and I- bashing across the head. My Dad was pretty pissed off at me when he tried to teach me how to drive. Stick on his ACURA and I almost stripped the transmission. So I imagine how we would feel if I kicked the Ferrari. Throw all last rewatch. Seen Fares sprinting home. Just such a fun eighty seen I. My favorite part is when he stops for the two girls. He's flying by them and they're just somebody they and then two seconds past comes back. Hi M Ferris Bueller. I totally though multiple people. Who would have done that with the dad with their talk about the daughter? And he's in the mobs like what do we think? What should he do? What should we do? And he's like I think we should shoot her and he says it completely seriously really getting his The Wallet and the Matthew Broderick and the sister finally helping out all. That stuff's really great him. Getting back to his room and time throwing the ball his one chance and it hits the thing perfectly and everything falls into place Really good stuff. Any other watchable scenes for you guys. Yeah the parade obviously. Yeah even though. It's Corny even though it doesn't make any sense even though there has never been a parade like that in American history and even though he is lip synching. I still get goosebumps when he does it. One hundred percents until I was like thirteen. I thought he was singing. You know I was like Damn Matthew Project. Sounds a lot like John Lennon? This is awesome. You know like I think that the dancing and that scene and the beer garden girls and the way that they basically caught like A. It's such a cool celebration of a city and of Im- you talk about like quarantine dreams man like the last time I've been in a crowd. That was losing it like that. I can't even remember. And it's just such a great great fantasy and it's like it's literally like every kid's dream to rock a stadium full of people like that but imagine doing it on. Michigan Avenue is insane. Chris I you said everything that was on my mind when I was watching it. Same thing the goosebumps the idea of being in a crowd of people and feeling comfortable and just missing that the Exaltation Thinking that Ferris was actually singing when I was a kid like I had all of that and I legitimately was like. Is this the greatest moment in movie history? When I was watching it last night I is there. A more exultant moment in a movie. Then when twisting Chow kicks in? It's it's so fun I thought it was like two and a half minutes to lug. Where did you have to be? Did you have somewhere else? He needed to go pick one of the two songs twisted show. I don't know if I got to set it up. I've got to set it up because you've got to have enough time for Cameron and Sloane to have their conversation and he's just he's weirdly singing Donka. Shane and they build up to the crowd. Losing it when they do twist and shout what would it take one more state at Wrigley Field? This is just your your. You wanted to spend more time with Rooney at the house. Is that what you're good at that? They proved their put. Time with Cameron's dad you know just hung out with him a little bit seeing what he was up to see him there. Were talking about the heart or somebody. Maybe backstory. What's age what's age. The best our first introduction of Cameron when he says I'm dying and fair says you're not dying. You just can't think of anything good to do especially identifiable during the the quarantine. We're all just completely bored out of our minds at this point being with the same people day in and day out Another what's age just Allen Rock for a different reason now that he's been. Reinvented yet again as one of our favorite succession characters. It's just fun to see him in Paris Bueller. We have this thirty five year history with Alan ruck now and And I love his succession character. That Guy fucking kills me. I can't wait to watch that again. This summer Cameron is. You're not going to watch US this summer. It's going to be next summer. Oh that's right. They didn't finish it cameras. George Peterson French. But your asshole. Pardon my French. But you'll asshole. Has Peterson his whole oppression? He's really going for the anyone anyone to economics to cuts to the students. Either in a coma. That one girl who's just staring at him with like pure hatred like her. Her eyes are just narrowing into slits. She hates him. So much The guy with the drool is just like the perfect God. I forgot how much high schools suck seen The beat city. Why is that song on spotify? Chris I don't know we can talk about the soundtrack in a second one of the great mid eighty songs and just no sign of it. Anyway I don't know what happened to it that when you come back to me by world party or the two. I can't believe these songs are. That's the other one. I have no idea where that were. It is and the beautiful girls. The theme two beautiful girls also not on anywhere. There's some classics that are just like have been wiped from the Earth. Really understand it. Sean doesn't carry still thinking about Donka Shane. Hey at about about a better. So we're better. I think this movie invented that right. What did he say after? What's he say like Kennedy Kennedy candidate? He can't he hit hit. Can't hit al. This movie invented that though. I don't know heard that before. Not movie like our popularized. I should say baseball gets yeah. I feel like it's something. The baseball players said on benches you know in the fifties and sixties and it all have all over time into something that that fans started chanting the nineteen sixty one for a two fifty. Gt California has aged the best. There's like nothing ever character in the movie. Oh my God you went an auction. Two Thousand Eighteen for eight billion dollars is not a car. You find anywhere that's why would you rather have the Ferrari or Cameron's Dad's house you so what was up with that house. 'cause I couldn't get a feel for how big the house was because it seems like they were just showing the garage though where they kept the car and I saw the Harry fantasy friendly in terms of the decor it a lot like a lot of the architectural masterpieces. You find in the Hollywood hills thus sort of all glass the and would and recovered would. It's a beautiful beautiful house. I would love to live in a house like that. One point. Eight million in twenty twenty literally and on the price for a car. Yeah but I wonder I was surprised that that has was in Illinois. Yeah yeah unusual for that part of the country that style it seemed like a Mulholland drive to. Kinda how or something I like when Ferris realizes the furriest during one miles on it when he does a double take and kind of leans in Charlie Shades. Nineteen eighty-six is age the best Lucas Ferris Bueller platoon icon one year and goes from. He's guide Lucas. He's the guy who is in a bit part in Ferris Bueller to all the sudden he's in a-list aren't platoon and that leads to Wall Street some of the other stuff. I don't think it's peaked Charlie Sheen. But it's up there and then Essay Mia Sara. As sloane Peterson. I had a lot of stock of her Chris but butter rookie cards put them in. Nice holders really was expecting A lot of great things from her never totally happened. But I do want to induct her into the mid eighties about rushmore with Kelly Preston Joyce iser and Elizabeth Shue congratulations to me. Is Sarah on all her accomplishments. Can we also induct her into the bill? Simmons and Chris Ryan talk about a teenage Girl Hall of fame. I'm not doing that. I was exactly the same age as all the people I mentioned. But those movies came out versus Mia Sara. Who Do you stop it? This is why we left you off the basic instinct. Podcast somebody who built when we're just do a poll. Just do a twitter poll. I think well I was the same age as of these movies when they came out. So I'm reacting to. How did we react me? And my friends and it all culminated with Amanda Peterson. Buy Me Love But I. I almost consider that a late eighties movie. I don't consider admitted it's movie but Especially like Joyce Eiser. Just one of those guys which was oh. She was kind of a one and done but we all loved her. I wish I would have signed up for Joyce eiser projects. She is the only woman who can claim that she dated both Bruce Springsteen and Warren Beatty. So you know Joyce. Heiser was a very special person for a significant amount.
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"Designed. No one made me laugh harder or more often. The John Hughes Molly Ringwald said quote. I was stunned and incredibly sad. To hear about the death of John Hughes he was and will always be such an important part of my life. He will be missed by me and by everyone he has touched. My heart and my thoughts are with his family. Now in Matthew Broderick also release his own statement saying quote. I am truly shocked and saddened by the news about my old friend. John Hughes he was a wonderful very talented guy in my heart goes out to his family. The pilot episode of NBC Comedy Community was dedicated to Hughes the Eighty Second Academy Awards in two thousand ten included a tribute to his work. So what is his work? Typically when we talk about John Hughes yes of course right movies where he was the director okay. Starting with Nineteen eighty-four sixteen candles fray movie. He was also the executive producer and writer. Sixteen candles is an American coming of age story. Starring Molly Ringwald Michael Hall and Michael Shuffling I'm GonNa give you a summary of it. Sure Great Police. This takes place essentially over the course of one day. Molly Ringwald. Is Samantha. Sam Baker whose parents forget her sixteenth birthday because her older sister. Ginny is getting married the next day. She's a big crush on the big jock. Jake Ryan who's played by shuffling but Geeky Ted played by Anthony. Michael Hall has a crush on her at home. Sam Sega's worse when she discovers. She has to sleep on the Sofa because her grandparents and foreign exchange student named. I'm fortunately actually long. Duk Dong played by Getty. Wet Nabi They're all staying at the House for the wedding so her grandparents have also forgotten her birthday and they make Sam. Take Don with her to the dance at school that there seems to be a very weird subplot about Ted. Getting Sam's underpants to show off to his game and then there's a party Jake's house and he gets mad at everyone for making a mess Ted Tells Jake all about Sam and gives him her underwear parentheses question mark yet disease. Yup and the next morning seems mother apologizes Sam for forgetting her birthday. And everyone goes to the Church for the wedding. Jake breaks up with his girlfriend and then that Night Jake's House Jacob Sam her underwear in a birthday cake was sixteen candles on it. He tells her to make a wish but she says her wish already came true and the two kiss as the film fades to black. It's very lovely scene. Yeah I am just like really stuck on the whole underwear thing. Yeah it's Yeah if you want him play today. No that that movie you need to see it through the lens of like nine hundred. Eighty four thousand nine hundred eighty s like high school. Like trying to be like edgy. And it's I mean it doesn't hold up I gotta be okay but I saw it as a teen I loved it and I loved Molly Ringwald with her beautiful lush Lipson. She's just such a beautiful redhead woman and then Jake Ryan was so handsome and then he gives her the cake but the candles very sweet and they're like sitting on her dining room table. It's it's a sweet little movie. I guess yes. That's sixteen candles. He falls that direct royal debut up with the Breakfast Club in nineteen eighty five. He's the director executive producer and writer. This stars Emilio Estevez as the Athlete. Indra Clark Anthony Michael Hall again as Brian Johnson. The Brain Judd Nelson John Bender the criminal Molly Ringwald as the princess. Claire Standish an ally sheedy as the basket case Alison Reynolds. They're teenagers from different. High School. Cliques spend a Saturday in detention with authoritarian assistant principal Vernon played by Paul gleason. The main theme of the film is the constant struggle of the American teenager to be understood by adults and by themselves. Did you like the breakfast club. I don't I don't know if I saw the entirety of it. It's fine I think of all the John Hughes movies that I do like Our the John Hughes movies that are out there. I don't think that it's the strongest narrative Lee. Yeah but it made such a huge impact. So I don't know I feel and like I saw it at a lot of like sleepovers in high school. Yeah and I didn't get it then like we were already like. I don't know fifteen years after that. So you can really relate to what they were doing but people seem to really enjoy it and you know what Good Yeah. Great also nine hundred eighty five. We have weird science. Oh sure yes. He's the director. Also the writer so the title of the movie is taken from a Pre Comics Code Authority Nineteen Fifties E C Comics magazine of the same name. Weird Science and the title. Song is by Wingo Boeing of So weird science is about nerdy friends. Gary Wallace played by Anthony. Michael Hall and Wyatt Donnelly played by Ilan Mitchell Smith They're inspired by the nineteen thirty one classic Frankenstein to create a virtual woman using whites computer. Infusing her with everything. They can to conceive The perfect dream woman the after hugging electrodes to a doll and hacking into a government computer system for more power a power surge creates Lisa played by Kelly Le Brock beautiful and intelligent woman with unlimited magical powers There's Party and some bullies at the Party and Lisa. Turns Wyatt's mean brother Chat into a blob and there's also gang of mutant bikers the plot of Weird Science It's weird like it is deeply weird fellow and a little disturbing in some ways. Yeah I can see that like at one point. Lisa like yells at his parents. It's very strange I. It's a weird movie so character. Lisa was named for the first apple computer the Apple Lisa from nineteen eighty three And that computer was either named for Steve Jobs. His daughter Lisa or potentially could have stood as an acronym for Locally Integrated Software Architecture. The most people say that's the backroom. Oh sure here so Titles for this film in Foreign Countries in Japan they call it electric Venus in Denmark. They call it touch me. I'm yours in Russia. Oh this science and Germany cool science with Lisa. I think that's my science at Lisa. Join US on Saturday. Yes nineteen eighty-six Ferris Buehler's Day off great movie. She's the director also the executive producer and writer Hughes wrote the screenplay in six days filming began in September nineteen ninety five and finished in November This movie features many Chicago landmarks. Including the then Sears Tower Wrigley Field and the Art Institute of Chicago and all of this was Hughes's love letter to Chicago so various Buehler's Day off stars. Matthew Broderick as Ferris Bueller. High school soccer was skipped school for a day in Chicago. With sloane Peterson played by Mia Sara and Cameron Frye by Allen Rock fairest regularly breaks the fourth wall to explain his techniques inner thoughts and prayers Borrows Cameron's father's prize nineteen sixty one Ferrari who fifty. Gt California spider along with all the Chicago landmarks. They hit up. Ferris joins a parade float during the von Steuben Day parade and spontaneously lip syncs Wayne Newton's cover of dunk. Shane followed by the Beatles. Twist and shout Jennifer Gray. Plays Jeanie bueller Ferris a sister. Who's trying to like track him down and Jeffrey Jones plays the dean of students. Edward R Rooney Probably one of the most famous lines from that film is life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while you could miss it in two thousand fourteen. The film was selected for preservation in the national film industry by the Library of Congress. It's very good. I think also one of the more famous things from it is After the credits play you have that kind of Stinger scene where he's like are you still here And it feels like feels very like iconic and parodied and yeah for sure. I know I know in watching the movie. You're supposed to be like you're supposed to have a crush on Farris like Ferris. Ooh But I personally had it for camera. Yeah I had to think for Cameron I learned that our rep was like thirty films released. He was like wait leg like seventeen year old. Yeah he's also like six foot seven or something enormously tall. Yeah but yeah I just love a love a nervous guy with a strong jaw. What can I say of an anxious? It's one of. I think this is definitely what you would consider Hughes's most Chicago. Oh absolutely yeah and I was also looking up like what's The von Steuben Day parade. Is that a real thing. Yes it's a real thing. Play great they. It's a holiday held in mid-september to celebrate the prussian-born Baron von Steuben who helped give provided services for General Washington during the American Revolutionary War. It's the German American event of the year in Chicago. Wow so it's a real thing. Well what a thing a year later like Hughes's out playing straight zone. Mobiles Nineteen eighty-seven he's also the executive producer and writer. You've seen this. I have never seen this. One is great. This is a very good like family movie. Like like you know how. Sometimes it's hard to pick a movie if you'RE GONNA watch it with like your mom and your uncle and your grandma and your cousin or whatever. This is a great movie for that planes. Trains and automobiles starring Steve Martin as neal page. Who's a High Strung Marketing Executive and John Candy as del Griffith a good hearted but annoying shower curtain ring salesman? They have a three day odyssey of misadventures trying to get neal home to Chicago in time for Thanksgiving with his family so this movie was inspired by a true story. Oh happen to us. He was trying to get from New York City to Chicago. He had an eleven. Am presentation in New York. City on a Wednesday was supposed to fly home that same evening to Chicago but winter storms in Chicago cancelled that flight and then further delays happen and then he like he got on a plane and he ended up in Denver and then he got diverted a Phoenix and he didn't get back home to Chicago until five days later. So some exterior scenes for the movie were filmed in Buffalo New York because they didn't have enough snow in Chicago during. We're good for something New Year later. Nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight and this is what. I'm not super familiar with is. She's having a baby. I've heard of it. I've never seen it so huge director also executive producer writer In this movie it Portrays a young newlywed couple. Jake Briggs who played by Kevin Bacon and Christy Briggs played by Elizabeth McGovern who tried to cope with married life and their parents expectations. And I guess presumably. They have a baby because it's in the title doesn't seem like it's a fan favorite necessarily but hey it happened. One that people do seemed like or maybe at the time they didn't like it. But now people like it until buck. Oh okay nine. Hughes director also executive producer and writer. So in this film Bob and Cindy Russell and their three children fifteen-year-old Tia eight-year-old miles who's played MacAulay Culkin and six-year-old. Maisy who's played by Gaby Hoffmann have recently moved from Indianapolis to the Chicago suburbs. Due to Bob's promotion and late one night they receive a phone call from Cindy's aunt and Indianapolis informing them that her father had a heart attack so the parents make planes leave immediately to go be with him. And Bob's wild and crazy brother Buck played by John. Candy comes to watch the children. And of course hilarity ensues. Yeah Hi Tom and bucks girlfriend is named Shinichi. Cabal ski played by a Madigan and the poster for the film is very iconic of kids leaning against the door like John. Candy like knocking on the door But I mean you can't go wrong with John Candy with John. Candy so lovable and funny. Yes and then. The last movie that he used directed was nineteen ninety-one curly sue. Okay and he was also the executive producer and writer for that so in this movie bill dancer played by Jim Belushi and his young companion curly sue played by Alison. Porter are the architect..
"sloane peterson" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Young kids in Hollywood at that time were being exploited sexually emotionally but for some reason I just can't believe him because he just seems so wacky but then does being assaulted for years on end make you back yes I mean if you get into that industry as a young kid which he did and then violated both well all three ways financially emotionally and sexually violated in those ways it's really gonna mess you up yeah he's going to be on you know we love her he's gonna be on Wendy Williams show today to talk about the movie the rape of two chords huh subtle name seven two seven five seven nine one a two five anyway the the song well you know people love to call the radio in and say things that they know that they think we might not know I venture a guess probably all three of these people want to tell Ferrari rack move yeah and I think another gas but it can can I get a a genre like is it a funny movie yeah yeah it's not a it's not Ferris Bueller's day off right okay I'm very well done and I can make them hang up I'm not even gonna touch a button that's well done how do you know that I do remember there was a car I don't know exactly what happened I remember they took the car and they try to like driving in reverse to get the odometer to go backwards yeah and one of the great scenes in film history they they took it to Chicago downtown Chicago so that Cameron and Sloane Peterson and Ferris Bueller could enjoy Cameron fried leave his name was and then the parking attendants took it out while there are god and when they got back the card to be miles on it they freaked out can't of course flipped out he's in the pool and and they they rake this thing up in in the tree house where they kept this Friday which seems so ridiculous to me how they even get there and and they rigged it so they would move it backwards and would try to reduce the mileage and wasn't working of course someone leaned against the car and the Ferrari just shot out the back window and that's when things got really bad for him and you know what if what a brilliant film good jobs on the the the twenty twenty edition early a year of the Ferrari GTC four lusso which Randy Hahn was kind enough he's like the unofficial fact checker of two gravel live we love you for Randy M. S. R. P. which is many factors suggested retail price two sixty okay I said to between two and three and I feel like I really I really know my for our yeah I mean at least that one I just got a lot of how can we help you today yeah the other Corey Corey movie was dream a little dream I thought that might be the case and for some reason I saw something about that movie today and it only listed Feldman it did not list ham so I thought that that might be a single headed gory movie which is just for her pleasure obviously but dream a little dream you're telling me did have double Corey action yes there are dead now well I appreciate that very much thank you Sir thank you yes Sir seven two seven five seven nine one two two five and eight hundred seven seven one one oh two five two got a live you know I was gonna right that was about the to Corey that was dream a little dream wasn't it yeah I love that yeah I am I must confess of the eighties films I have not seen and there's a good handful including Goonies Afghanis that is that is one of the for real thank goodness yeah right I think it's horrible well I liked it but I re watched it and die see I maybe I'd advance movie tastes as a kid because I can identify that movie immediately as I wasn't going to dig that movie and that's why I never saw it so then as an adult people find out you haven't seen goodies are like yeah yeah the thing dad got sick again yeah no I don't I'm gonna live the rest of my life I will die will go into the ground or better yet burned up in somebody's fatty never having seen Goonies that's I will I will die on that hill thank you what I found is that movie but I like the cat I don't really want them there are very few that have rewatch ability I'm not gonna lie even bill and Ted's excellent adventure one of the greatest movies ever when I was a kid when you watch it now there's maybe it's the time of the era maybe I don't know something about that movie doesn't work as well when we're all grown up that said I can't wait to see the third one that there hopefully put the finishing touches on now because we don't have a lot never stop at a certain about it I I you know I see why you would but I'm at a point in my life you sound younger than I am I'm at a point in my life okay so you're okay so maybe maybe you can get there too now I just try to appreciate everything like before you see things with the with the cynicism when you're thirty or so even in your forties but now that we're lucky to be alive let's just appreciate anything they put out because it's a walk down memory lane with Keanu and Alex playing those great characters William H. Preston and Ted Theodore Logan you know I'll be happy you know I'm just I just got out I started extremely high hopes for it yeah man yeah thank you I try not to have high hopes with anything really about to be disappointed seven two seven five seven nine one a two five and eight hundred seven seven one one eight two five queen Bing bong on Twitter stand by me has Corey Feldman and Kiefer Sutherland love that movie and lost boys yeah that's a good combo they were both really good in lost boys and they're both really good and stand by me ever see stand by me it's been so damn long is that the way is that Morgan Freeman or is that the dead body on the on the train tracks that body on the train tracks okay lean on me is mortgage free lean on me was Morgan Freeman as principal band Clark Clark Joe Clark it's been so long but yes I have I have seen okay it's fantastic Joe Clark taking over that school fat I am what have they gone that's a fantastic film stand by me even better us him by me based on a story by Stephen King call the box Jerry o'connell and in that movie and then turned into a stud who married what's your name I thought he was for the longest he was like the coolest guy ever to me great I'll start a couple times I'm trying to think what if one is that really made me love him so much at a young age like as a teenager I thought he was the coolest Jerry o'connell yeah I always thought Gary Oldman was the coolest when I was a kid Gary Coleman no Gary Oldman how can I help you a couple of Pune players Terry Robb how are you today good thank you what's up marine rob not much Jones.
"sloane peterson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Raise my like actually could he's doing kicks on stage he's running around and stuff but if you could make a movie what would you what would you want to see who would you know what would you what would you want to see who would you want to hear from an in Jersey especially like imagine like see in Goodfellas with Joe Pesci right imagine see here what I love to see a Bronx tale which has palm in Derry hi is funny because when you see J. R. this is this CD rocks there which as and you know just hang with him because I had I had a month so many times talking about the broader still you know because that movie is one that really hits home that is my generation's godfather if you grew up in the sixties and seventies you argue Graham was gonna sixties I school in the seventies the the Bronx tale pretty much defines you if you came from north Jersey Kelly's in Point Pleasant under Jersey what a one point five Hey Kelly Hey what's going on in terms of good body you you know I'm good I'm good I'm calling you she did say rock documentary right yeah tweet tweet about I want to say probably around twenty sixteen of the twenty fifteen beginning in twenty sixteen H. B. O. was running running a documentary I rock documentary it was a little on the loss has a three half hours long but was awesome right it was called it's going to get loud and it was here yeah yeah I am not surprised if it's stored read rock stars the drummer this one was Jack White Jack way from the white stripes right the second one was the edge from U. two right and the third one was Jimmy Page from Led Zeppelin one and the whole documentary circled around how they they got started in the business what the influences for any spent at least an hour and fifteen minutes with each one of them and it was the most so I sat through the whole thing on the edge of my out on the edge of the couch it was his amazingly it was just amazing it's going to allow imagine like watch now with those three hang in with you do you think I mean I I was a I bought my first car was up on concert in seventy seven so I think I would probably fall over dead of Jimmy Page so what he what did you as any so what the what the learn anything that you didn't know I did because you know they came from such different backgrounds like Jack weight from right straight I mean he he started out with some kind I think it was a punk banish I'm not only really remember but but now he's you know with his sister and you know having a sister is called white shirts and just the two of them and they you know they make music together and and of course age from you too yeah the beginnings that they had not Ireland and all that in England and you know kind of along the same lines as the Beatles basically yeah they were all playing with different bands of the time when we came together and I mean think edge went to high school with one of the other band members I don't think it was one of the other band members and they got together first in about okay it was just like a and it sounds like a street vendor like Vinnie Lopez and data Risi got together and their brood joined the band and then everybody else climbed on board right now you know the you you to his mission statement because I so they did a sixty minister thing on them you too is mission statement was basically what if the Beatles stayed together and like the job this thing was yes you know what we can see I I bottles words I couldn't you know we can never touch the hem of the gong but the fact that you know what if we just you know I if they had stayed together and just like the other just kept making music is that we've been able to thirty years but Jimmy Page started out as a session guy you know the song Tom Jones just shows that in usual as Jimmy Page playing lead guitar right right kinda harsh measurements hermits Hey Jim Yardbirds ginger Baker and thank thank Eric Clapton clapped in those in Beijing Jeff back the each took their turn right right right right right right yeah you're right yeah Kelly that is great thanks for calling let's get the D. N. M. open a New Jersey what a one point five ID I would love to sit in the chair with Matthew Broderick and the crew they are who is the guy Matthew Broderick who's the other actors famous too so I would like was it reasons to leave with a lawyer or he was a camera AA or may or something yeah I don't know and then the girl Sanders with her character being white I don't remember when was the guy and the girl and I can't I can't remember but you know what I think Sloane Peterson but you know what ski see like Matthew Broderick is so unfair is like I would like I would like to watch the movie with the real Ferris Bueller because that kid was a thinker he was a B. azar Matthew Broderick is just so stuffy and boring your enemy it would it would be so cool to know how they still not parade scene and the and the car oh my god the poor we know the story when I heard with the parade scene was that they they had rehearsed it to twist and shout so much then in the end they had to buy it at a cost a fortune well they had to be the get the rights your the end they sing the Beatles twist and shout right and they they had done the scene they had re her every day all written for a Beatles twist and shout and they couldn't change the ended up having to pay the Beatles the use twist and shout and they paid a lot to make that happen but that would be great that would that would be like you be like a little kid cut school watching them you know hang it with that hang with them watching that movie exactly exactly and that's great the thanks for the call to New Jersey one a one point five lorries in wind gap Pennsylvania New Jersey what a one point five Hey Laura yeah good how are you good I I I had a call and I just the movie I've always loved I know it's off the beaten path but it's it's ed wood with Johnny Depp how do you want to watch with Johnny Depp with the real it would I don't know Johnny Depp of a magic both of them yeah a little strange but it was very cool the late Johnny brought him to life the characters so well I had looked at it would just be Johnny Depp anyway I thought that it knew what he put into the role and everything and and yet and the movie is just it's this terrible there's so many lines Hey this is like if I'm.
"sloane peterson" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"What went up? Everybody had a good weekend had a fantastic weekend. Yeah. Yes. That's good. Anything? You saw us. This is just coming up in a little bit your review of us. It was good. But I guess we could do. More details. Kyle. I just hope your your movie review is in-depth and informed as Kyle's was of the John Hughes movies that we've been talking about all day. Well, you know, I don't quite sure if I'm M the cinematic encyclopedia that call was regards to one specific director, but I can't review film. We were talking about John Hughes because the breakfast club came out thirty five years ago this week in Raj on your poll you had the following question. A. Yeah, we wanted to know your favorite John Hughes movie from the eighties now. People just listening. We didn't put on a it. Candle sixteen candles new brought up Travis pretty in pink. So not ELS e. You're right. A record store in Jon Cryer. He did this all just reading so. Right. Did he sure it is? Sure. Tenderness? Yes attendance. So pretty in pink is one of the shins Travis in my favorite weird science gives an option to breakfast club. Obviously thirty five years ago in ferris bueller? Day off fairest Buehler's running away with it with fifty four percent of the vote in the breakfast club. Coming in second with number one. I look I'm not stupid. I understand it was wildness debater. But whenever hit me, right? It's. Got nothing about I don't like him. I didn't like his sidekick there was so droopy and sad and awful his girlfriend was pretty attractive. I did like her. Yeah. She's but the rest of it is loan. That's right Sloane. Peterson Raja's polo is made possible by Buffalo Wild Wings. Wings, beer, sports. And you didn't like the fact that he did the imitation of sloan's father. Great bad. Plus that movie has an Rooney in it which turns out that's kind of weird. That's what else has got a weird. Travis cheese. Headline this morning with ELS e sitting in is presented by sprint cockatoo, do people's cockatiel do Z doodle. Do I know that you are a huge movie buff Travis have you seen the film, but he mean rhapsody? Yeah. Great film. Great made almost nine hundred million dollars worldwide. Including including in the great country of China. Okay. Except for one little detail. Tommy, try to edit out all the gay parts. Well, that's a shorter movie. It is. In two thousand sixteen the Chinese government banned betrayal of quote, abnormals sexual behavior, which include gay and lesbian relationships and TV and online and movies and things that nature. Okay. He Hemu Ramsey comes to China. Try to tell the story of nobody gay men who dies without talking about him being gay or let alone being opening. Well, it's a different movement. Is the reason why the people in China are now going why is this movie so good? This is a make it. He says well when you take out like three minutes of content that's pertinent to the story. You know, what the incomplete story?.
"sloane peterson" Discussed on Raised by TV
"It's really funny. Ben Rogers, Sean Clemence to granted spoiler alert behind the scenes. Full disclosure Editor's. Note, these guys are two of my best friends, but that being said, fuck Sean, check it out. You slipped Alphand as one of your crushes. I wish I had him in lady. Croissant knows right up. The girl was phallic as not to mention his. The only thing he ever wanted to eat was. Let me tell you Ming Ma the puck ahead fought stomachs a reason. Do you like to town on them? Cats. I don't know what's happening. I have no idea what we're and I actually don't teach you guys. I'm Jewish before everyone panics, but it's ironic it's ironic because he's such a little Jewish puppet. Yeah, like gone. So also kinda hot a little weird right. That's the first those attitude is a turn off to me. He's very like, yeah. Like his parents were like survivors a little neurotic crazy. That was a very weird episode of. Lacoste concerts parents. The tone God. I would recommend that everyone rewatch AL's because the dad in elf, I dunno if he's the dad, really, he's so depressed and like mad at Alf, but like really mad and like he talks really slowly whole. If you don't stop calling China on the phone and it's like really fucking crazy. He's like, he's like an play by himself. I think he was arrested for something recently. He was was some Google, the cast, at least twice a year, and I don't ever where are they now, Google search and he either touched someone or. Yes, one of those things. Anyone of those, of course, everyone of them completely effects feel about him. He was either child molester or he did drugs. Dumping all those guys. That's like the vice principal and fierce Beal was Dale. They all there's like so many. I'm sorry. I mean, there's like you're a pervert. Everyone every aren't doing lonely. As camera, doing Sloane Petersen's bother calling the principal Oni on us home. I got it. It's Sloane Peterson, follow your on us whole Rooney. Yeah, that's sucks though. I don't. I think with that one, I just don't think about it when I watched that movie. So I don't know that story too well about him. Google watch Howard the duck, and he takes his tongue out and puts it into the car later. Fuck that that Dino was worse for me than the duck. Tits in the beginning the jets. Wait, I. What. You cannot do that. Shit..