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Fresh update on "spielberg" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:47 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "spielberg" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"A movie. A lot of channels suddenly have Raiders of the lost Ark under listings here. It's because 40 years old this weekend. Harrison Ford, of course, is Dr Henry, Indiana Jones, Karen Allen, of course, the hard drinking hard hitting Marion Ravenwood. Karen's been commenting about how fun it's been all these years later, think about the making of that movie, and Karen talked about what it was like to Work with director Steven Spielberg working with Steven Spielberg, which was just You know, such an extraordinarily wonderful thing and Hearst and then I had a you know, a great time kind of finding those characters and You know, trying to find like the right. You know that kind of perfect love hate relationship between those two carriages. Of course, there was a 7000 snakes that Karen Allen had to work with a lot of women in audition as soon as they saw the snake saying out, But she recalls other memories about the making. And the fund of Raiders of the Lost Ark. 40 years this weekend. Oh, gosh, I have so many incredible memories of just You know, being there and making it on this incredible sets that they built in London. I mean, just phenomenal the well of souls and all of the you know a lot of the interiors of those kind of more magical places. The catacombs and the You know, we're all in London and then going off to the edge of the Sahara Desert in the summer Indonesia There is about 110 degrees on the set. That was memorable. Karen Allen, of course. Marion in Raiders of the.

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The Little Things Movie Review

Little Gold Men

01:45 min | 4 months ago

The Little Things Movie Review

"Okay one less title. That's out this week. This went on in theaters and on. Hbo max i believe It's the little things which is a detective thriller. It is both set in the early nineties and feels a little bit like a time. Capsule from early nineties It starts in washington with rami. Malik and jared leto. Three best actor oscar winners. That's kind of a rare sight There it. I enjoyed the throwback quality of it while also thinking it was yet another of the stone cold boomers. We're talking about this week Richard i think you might have enjoyed it. Listen i did even. I didn't like it at all. I really wanted it to be something specific that of that was written in the early nineties. Steven spielberg directed. Imagine so strange are and then. I think clint eastwood was looking at it and deigned veto and finally john lee hancock wrote it decided to make himself twenty seven years later. I wanted it to be kind of one of those nineties. Post silence of the lambs. Serial killer studio thrillers. You know a little grimy kind of silly but like engaging good detective work kind of stuff and it has those trappings but at the center is kind of a weird void at the center. I think it's kind of trying to be about something bigger and fails at that. And so everything else kind of doesn't get its proper do denzel washington's always good rummy. Malik is fine. Jared leto. People people's tolerance level of him certainly varies. And he's really doing a thing you know and i found it engaging for like the first scene and then i was like okay i get it. I don't even more so for me. It was just like it had all these interesting component parts. But the whole didn't really didn't do it for me.

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"spielberg" Discussed on Work Matters With Ken Coleman

Work Matters With Ken Coleman

07:38 min | 7 months ago

"spielberg" Discussed on Work Matters With Ken Coleman

"This work matters with bestselling author and syndicated talk. Show host. Ken coleman it's wednesday november twenty fifth. I wanna share another story of doing this each day this week. We're going to get through this week. To highlight very well known successful people from different walks of life but to highlight the same things that you deal with they have dealt with. And so today. I let off the program by saying i want to tell you about what you and your story have in common on the greatest storytellers of all time and that storyteller is steven spielberg. Obviously we all know. Indiana jones e. jurassic park saving private ryan schindler's list jaws. The list goes on. And on if i didn't mention your favorite spielberg movie. You get the the drill what you may not know about. Spielberg is that he suffers. And i don't even like these words suffer but it is a challenge now if a family member that struggles with it but he struggles with dyslexia and back when he was in high school. You really know what dyslexia was and how to deal with it and how to come around and see the brilliance of those who are dyslexic but he had poor grades as a result. He got rejected from university of southern california. Not once not twice three times. What's fun about it is. Joe is eventually was awarded an honorary degree and became a trustee later. Yeah he didn't cut it back in the day. There's some rejection folks. How many times have you been told no all right you get. The drill is keep moving. How about failure dropped out of film school that he was eventually readmitted to because he wanted to be a director eventually did finish his degree even though he obviously never needed it about fear and doubt at the age of sixteen he watches lawrence of arabia theaters. Any almost quit his dream of being a filmmaker because he was so intimidated by now looking at a movie through the lens of. I'd like to do that and he was like. I don't know that i could do that. I i must be fantasizing out of my mind. I may have lost my mind. How many of you felt like that before. Haven't you feel like that right now. The dream is clear but then you see other people do. There's no chance i could do this. Steven spielberg felt that way but he kept watching. This is my favorite part of the story. He kept watching. The film. warrants arabian started taking notes so instead of being intimidated by it he started paying attention to okay. If i was going to have a chance to pull this off what what do i think i'd have to be able to to begin to take notes and in breaking the film down and beginning to list out what he would need to do he gets the juice back goes from being fearful doubtful too hopeful and fired up about pride. He attempted to break into comedy with the world war. Two four farce nineteen forty one while the film bombed and he says that he spent the next year feeling sick to his stomach feeling like a total failure. He runs into a young george lucas and tells him how he's feeling. And that's when the story of raiders of the lost ark came to him and that turned into the legendary indiana jones series. One of the most successful men in the history of hollywood one of the greatest storytellers greatest directors to ever get behind. A camera had to deal with rejection failure. Fear doubt and pride. It wasn't an easy path for stephen colbert. Is he genius. Us but did he just show up and declare his genius and everything fell in place for him. No be encouraged. What you're feeling what you're experiencing what you've been through. You're not alone. Here's a great quote to share with you. I love this. He said sometimes it dream. Almost whispers almost whispers. It never shouts. It's very hard to hear. So you have to every day of your life. Be ready to hear what whispers in your ear now. That's his experience. And i don't know if that was my experience. I think sometimes the dream can be really loud and in your face wavenet if you have the courage to see it but i also agree with how he said. It got to pay attention. It's that nudge. I- lovely says here it's whispers in your ear so every day realized got to be ready to hear what the whisper is because what tends to be the loudest in our ears are fear and doubt and pry those nasty enemies. We talk about almost every day on this program. And i think spielberg's absolutely right when those voices are really loud. It's hard to hear but you can do it. There's a way you've got this to it. What's the whisper. So last thought on this because i think what he's saying is so profoundly practical. How do we listen for the whisper. The only way to hear the whisper is to be aware of the noise in our heads and in our hearts of fear and doubt and pride all three connected all three different but they get louder and louder the longer we let them stay in our heads the louder they get and it goes from being a lie to feels looks. Sounds like truth and so when we can identify fear doubt and pride because we are clear. The process i teach stage one. What do i do best work. Do i love to do what results of that of my work. Really make my heart sing. It's that clarity. And that's the truth and when we can identify that we're able to hold the voice of fear. The voice of doubt the voice of pride up to the light of clarity and we go. Oh yeah got the always got me out. Ohio the truth and when we begin to see and feel and act from clarity. We hear the whisper. Clarity quiets the mind and the heart to where we can be present and we can hear the whisper to feel that. Did you see that. I think we wanna do that. That's possible. I'm not sure anybody else is gonna do that if i don't do that. Those are the whispers and you can hear them when your brain and your heart a quieted. From the fact that you are clear and when you're clear you know what you wanna do why you want to do it. You have a general idea to get their. Those whispers are gonna come and that's where the extra concrete clarity comes It's not sports broadcasting kin. It's a different. Kind of radio show in the whispers. Just keep getting more consistent and those whispers become more clear and they become louder because we allow ourselves to be able to see what we cannot see clouded by fear and pride to go. If you like what you're hearing make sure to subscribe and share work matters with a friend for help on your career. Journey listened to the. Ken coleman show podcast part of the ramsey network..

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo To Receive International Emmy For Daily Coronavirus Briefings

NPR News Now

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo To Receive International Emmy For Daily Coronavirus Briefings

"York governor andrew cuomo getting an international emmy. Npr's colin dwyer reports have always had a soft spot for politicians granted. They usually reserve honors for the actors playing bake leaders on tv but not this time the international academy of television arts and sciences said andrew cuomo receive its founders award for his daily coronavirus press conferences earlier this year. The briefings made the governor one of the most figures in the struggle to contain the coronavirus in the us. The academy explained it's unusual choice by saying quote he effectively created television shows with characters plotlines and stories of success and failure that asked him to of past winners include oprah winfrey and steven spielberg

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Andrew Cuomo to receive International Emmy for COVID-19 briefings

NPR News Now

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Andrew Cuomo to receive International Emmy for COVID-19 briefings

"Governor. Andrew cuomo is getting an international emmy dwyer reports. He will be recognized on monday for his televised. Cova nineteen briefings. The have always had a soft spot for politicians granted. They usually reserve for the actors playing bake leaders on tv but not this time. The international academy of television arts and sciences said andrew cuomo will receive its founders award for his daily corona virus. Press conferences earlier this year. The briefings made the governor one of the most busy figures in the struggle to contain the corona virus in the us the academy explained. It's unusual choice by saying quote. He effectively created television. Shows with characters plotlines and stories of success and failure that adds to a list of past winners that include oprah winfrey and steven spielberg

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George Clooney reveals how and why he gifted 14 friends $1 million cash

Ringer Dish

05:33 min | 7 months ago

George Clooney reveals how and why he gifted 14 friends $1 million cash

"Shall we talk about george clooney. I'd love to. I mean it's great stuff. What a joy to wake up on a tuesday morning and just find a profile of george clooney and cheeky magazine. I mean i can't ask for much more in this life First of all this is the man of the year man of the year issue. An annual occurrence for gpo usually accompanied by a party or parties. there's some kind of fun. Dj set online slash than doesn't sound fun. at all. i mean george clooney is just like the de facto celebrity to me. It's just like you've for for me. Just because i love him so much more so than brad pitt. Who is you know. One of our animating figures. Of course their friends part of both their charm. George clooney has always been lovable because of playing doug on er those politics both of which are part of this piece. But i just feel like this was like best case scenario for a celebrity profile. What stood out about it to you. This is slightly awkward as we noted. Your husband wrote this but you know. Just talk about his work. Yeah let me see. I was not involved in this process and just reading it. You know differently than i feel like i know the man who wrote this you sleep. You wanna say through this these interviews were done over. Zoom as the as the peace explains for a number of reasons but for the health and safety of everyone in this time so like they were done in my house on and afterwards i was thinking about the fact that george has such a distinctive voice that i should have just stood outside the door and listened to george clooney talking like through the door. Because i don't think i think act just uses the zoom without headphones for these interviews. I don't think he wants to bring bluetooth into this experience. And screw it up even more. So i i regret not standing outside the door like a creep and listening to george. Clooney talk and i didn't do that so i really. I have no behind the scenes information. I just absolutely charming. And that's why you want from george clooney right you want him to be a like cary grant but for now and i just like a hugely charming informed person that you want to spend time with. I honestly want that more. From george clooney than i want like a movie directed by george clooney at this point or movie starring george clooney. You know there are many movies starring. George clooney that. I really enjoy but i just. I'm happy for him as like capital g capital. See george clooney. And what's nice about. The profile is that he seems to know that too and he's just like let me give you some more george clooney stuff and let me just tell you about how much i love my wife for awhile and let me just tell you how acting works. I thought that stuff was so fascinating. I love it when really talented people just like switch into their genius mode and like i'm gonna tell you this and i'm going to tell you this and he tells a story about e. r. n. Any tells another story and he's just like annotating the scene and it's like talking to someone who knows a ton of stuff. I thought that was fascinating. He shares an anecdote from steven spielberg students. Billboard tells them to stop moving his head so much. And i loved that because doug ross did move his head a lot especially when talking to carol. You assert like trying to like burrow into the moment. And it's like dude. You don't need to your doug fucking rossier water. Attrition your renegade pediatrician. He also so happy that zach got him to talk about the time he gave his fourteen friends. Each one million dollars in cash on honestly the details are so much better than you ever could have hoped for. This story came out. I think like almost two years ago. We talked about it at the time. I think randy gerber shared the information. Right yes and then. I think we talked about it on jam session and zack knew about it. And then zach wanted to ask you about it. So i'm gonna credit usually with that particular. Thank you thank you so much. Thank you so much zach. So george clooney like basically impersonated danny ocean one day. Although i think the other takeaways like owed any ocean it's probably a lot like george clooney and he got a florist ban that he rented for the day and drove to an unnamed location. Downtown los angeles richardson. huge vaults. Like just stacks of cash literally. It's kind of like the way they portrayed the vault in die hard three. you know. there's like all that cash. What i guess the vault i was imagining i skipped ahead. Because there's an ocean's eleven here too but keep telling this story you're doing great. I won't interrupt. He goes down like multiple levels below ground and just gets tons of cash and then puts a a million dollars in two fourteen different to me. Suitcases he says that it's much lighter than you would think. And then he loads it into the van and he drives away then. He gives his friends the money. And yeah the reference. The correlation to ocean eleven is shocking. It's stunning right right. There is like i can see the duffle bags of money notions eleven being carried out of the blasio and it is absolutely that and they also commandeered a swat car that like it's very similarly ban also underground the whole thing is like it's hard to believe it's real george clooney. Actually i made that up. It's not how i did it. And he just was like. This is the antidote. I'm gonna tell. I also surprised because it's like so close to the movie.

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The Mandalorian Season 2 Episode 2 Released

/Film Daily

09:02 min | 8 months ago

The Mandalorian Season 2 Episode 2 Released

"Young. Hey thanks for having me. I really like talking about. Star Wars. Yeah, and if you haven't seen Brian every week on the site has has like A. I WANNA call it a recap because I feel he gets much more than a recap. Would you call your your column about the mandatory in every Friday? You know I, kind of call it a review in that it does what I think or it it aims to do what I hope. Good criticism does is just shine lights on aspects of the. The show that people wouldn't have noticed whether that's in the filmmaking or the cinematic references or the mythological references and star wars. So I don't know, I, just call it a review but. Maybe. It's a little bit more depth than that to in this morning's one is like what two thousand words yeah just kept coming and I feel like I still in hit everything. And it's crazy to this year or at least for the first episode. Disney is not providing screeners for press. So you know all of us are actually did you stay up till midnight or did you watch it this morning? No I definitely watch this morning because it didn't come online until midnight Pacific Time which is two am my time and I'm getting too old to do that. I was up at midnight and I watched the thing and I was like I'll just go to bed after I couldn't sleep. I was up till three am just. Checking twitter reading up on things I. I was just like amped up. So bright you saw last right? No. I mean, in my time zone, it's one am in like Brad I'm getting too old for that sort of thing. So I got up at five actually to watch it and well, and I knew if I watched it last night, I was going to sit down in half to write my my review then. Go and I knew I wouldn't sleep. So I got up early in and got it done. Got It over to. To you all as fast as I possibly could. ANYWAYS, we're all on an even keel here. No one gets information ahead of time twenty twenty has sucked. But at least we have new season of the member Orien- right Maybe. It's over lining. I feel like it's the most excited I've been in a long time last night watching that episode Okay. Before you into the heavy spoilers I mean I wouldn't listen to this podcast if you haven't seen the episode so I'd go watch that on Disney right now but before we get to that, let's give our. Thoughts brief reactions and I'll start off by. Saying. This is how you do fan service. Right like Vincent gets bad rap I think that word is kind of used as a derogatory word in in certain ways but it was cool you know to. I feel like a lot of the stuff that was being done in this episode was not references for references sake it was the further story and then like when their work like interesting fan nods and reference it, you kind of have to connect the dots wasn't like. Oh look at that Blah Blah Blah. It wasn't like very obvious about it The production budget felt much bigger than season one for me. I I I. Love that. This was fifty four minutes where most of the season one episode where much shorter I think like most of them are closer to the thirty minutes. I. Guess. So. It was just it was so epic. So Good I. Guess My only negative that I want to say is I th I. Wish I had more of a role in this. Upset he was kind of like. The site I I mean I guess he's always sidekick, but he really didn't have much to do. So but I was really impressed with Jon favreau in what he was able to accomplish here. This is the first time you know he's obviously the creator of the show. He's a writer of the show, but this is the producer, but this is the first time he directed an episode. So Brian, what what are your brief thoughts? So I really loved the cinematic feel of it and it felt very George Lucas Very Spielberg and I'm sure we'll talk about that. Later. But I I'll be honest like I. Sort of as excited I was for what I saw at the ending I was also dismayed And it Kinda left me with like a bittersweet feeling because I've really enjoyed. BOBA FETT being dead. And getting. It's kind of like the feeling that a lot of people had with thinking ray was a nobody and then. J. j.j Abrams comes along. Well I don't I mean like I there was easier for me to swallow like I. Really. You only had years of that right? Like only two years of like thinking about that was the reality. Yeah, we've had a lot longer to to feel that Boba Fett was dead, but I really am appreciative of the fact that they worked in all of the stuff that Chuck Wendy get created around the armor and Cobb Vance to meet the elephants character that really. The that that has been the story for a long time and if they are incorporating that, I'm still not I. Don't know maybe maybe people know other things that I, don't but I'm still holding hope that it's not actually Boba Fett and it's some other random clone but I know that that's a long shot. Yeah. We'll get to that later. Do you have anything else to say in your brief thoughts? Just, it was fun. It was really fun and I haven't had that fun sitting. Had that much fun sitting down and watching something like this in a long time probably since last season well, Nelson's clone wars. Yeah Brad what are your thoughts on the by the way? Are we call this like to exit one or is this chapter nine like they're calling a chapter nine? I mean we'd be calling it both. Okay. Okay. What did you think of Chapter Nine? I realized I ought to fund with I'm I feel like I, wish that maybe it wasn't quite as long because even though it was a good episode I I felt a lot better when the episodes were between like thirty in forty minutes it just makes it feel a little bit breezy. especially since you know even though this season premiere did have some interesting new details to reveal. It felt more like an episode that was from like the middle of a season as opposed to season Premiere only because I didn't feel like that. There was much advancement as far as like the over. Arching plot you know it's like it's it's just a basic. It's like. Well, guess I'm taking this kid back to where you know to his people and you know, and here's another adventure of the week scenario and granted that's. The. Like I said there are big reveals I i. always like. I feel like season premieres should have you know something a little bit bigger and granted you know the whole idea of trying to take down a crate dragon is a big thing. I mean that's that's a big impressive effect that you're not likely to get in an average middle episode even a man to Laura and you know so that was a big deal but I don't know I don't want to say that disappointed because I never bored I still have a lot of fun with it but I guess I was just expecting a little bit more of an advancement with the the serial aspect of the story. That was my main complaint about season one was it was a lot of like. You know mission adventure of the week and it wasn't a lot of like there isn't really much of a overall like cereal plot of the show yet but I'm hoping that kicks into gear the season. What are you guys yet because I don't I don't mind the adventure of the week format necessarily but I just wish that the progress on the overarching stereo part of it was a little bit more media gas in each episode especially since these are very short seasons. You know it's interesting that it kind of depends on the scale you're looking at it from to right like in terms of the mandatory and in his story with seeking out man delorean's to return the asset to its people whether those are Djeddai or other creatures of its kind. It doesn't. It doesn't move the ball forward very much at all but when you pull back and look at the star. Wars universe. What it does with Craig Dragons in Tuscan raiders tattooing and Boba Fett absolutely does move that ball forward. So it's interesting to watch them balance between both those masters that they have to. Work for. I think that's fair. But I but I also think the progress of those balls in question is like I mean, how much? How much deeper are we into star wars lower by spending some extra time with Tuscan raiders in a crate dragon like it's not necessarily hugely revealing stuff that like provides a lot more depth into the Star Wars universe. It's more interesting details of stuff that we were already familiar with. Okay guys we we've got nine minutes which serve ref- reactions. Get into this.

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Never Surrender, with Garbled Twistory

Your Brain on Facts

05:10 min | 8 months ago

Never Surrender, with Garbled Twistory

"Into Slavery Gabriel Prosser grew to be a strapping young man trained as a blacksmith and learned to read he his brothers and his wife hatched a plan to not only a free themselves from bondage, but all enslaved people in Virginia their plan was to gather more men take over the capitol of Richmond and kill all the white people with the exception of methodists Quakers and the French processor. Would then rule the New Kingdom of Virginia. The plan didn't work. My name's Moxi and this is your brain on facts. Why didn't they Rebel this is a question that should have occurred to every American schoolchild when studying the Civil War and slavery. Why didn't they Rebel the truth of the matter is they did more than one third of the population in the south in the eighteenth Century or enslaved people in the 1943 Book American negro slave revolts historian Herbert aptheker estimated. There were over 250 rebellions of enslaved people in the US between 1619 and 1865 some historians put that number over 300. So rebellion was a lot more common than we were led to believe and even if enslaved people weren't taking apart in an armed Uprising many would fight back in small ways painting food work slowdowns feigning injury. Damaging equipment and so forth the new world had slave rebellions basically as long as there were people enslaved. They're the first documented Rebellion taking place on San Domingo on Christmas Day 1522 some rebellions managed to make it into the history books and pop culture like the seizure of the Amistad when a boat full of kidnapped Africans over through their captors and took control of the ship to both win their freedom and be memorialized in a film by Steven Spielberg. The first recorded slave revolt in the United States happened an hour down the road from me in Gloucester Virginia in 1663. White indentured servants included enslaved Africans in their plan to do away with their master and be free another servant betrayed them and was rewarded with his freedom. It would be nearly twenty-five years as far as we know off. Before the first all black slave revolt which again took place in Virginia. The largest slave rebellion outside the United States was the successful Insurrection of black slaves that overthrew French rule and abolished slavery in Saint domingue establishing the agenda nation of Haiti that proved unequivocally that the enslaved could defeat their captors and live free that precedent frightened and slavers on the mainland suck slave owners actively repressed any sign of rebellion laws dictating when where and how slaves could congregate were enacted to prevent Insurrection and quavo light paranoia. It's the same reason the enslaved were forbidden from learning to read or write words spread ideas and your captives May develop repetto Mania wage medical condition and let this make you grateful your doctor actually had to go to school the mental illness that caused black slaves to want to run away. Yeah, that's what these folks told themselves in case you thought the narrative myth of the happy slave was a recent invention. With Plantation populations under tight control Insurrection would tend to come from the cities or parts of the country where there were lots of small farms rather than one big one. We don't have time today to talk about all three hundred rebellions. We'll just hit on some of the ones that are most likely to make you ask why you're high school history textbook included between zero and one slave rebellion. Well at the same time definitely mentioning white John Brown at Harpers Ferry. Records are a bit spotty for our first subject the Stono Rebellion in South Carolina in 1793. History is colored both by the mouth of the teller and the ear of The Listener with their preconceptions, and we only have one firsthand contemporary account. Early on a late-summer Sunday morning 20 enslaved people gathered near the Stono River Why Sunday morning a recently passed law required all woke up men to carry firearms with them to church on Sunday. So the rebels made their move when the men and at least some of the guns would be elsewhere.

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Disney delays Black Widow to 2021 as Marvel films get reshuffled

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:14 sec | 9 months ago

Disney delays Black Widow to 2021 as Marvel films get reshuffled

"From Hollywood Disney holding back its next round of Marvel movies again, including Black Widow, which is now set for release Next May, and Steven Spielberg's West Side story is delayed for a whole year to December of 2021 Big tech driven

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The Filmmakers Dilemma  Dark Skin Tones

This Week in Photo

05:35 min | 9 months ago

The Filmmakers Dilemma Dark Skin Tones

"April of little some interesting or different today for the this week in photo discussion among with my friend. Chris Fenwick If you have anything to do with final cut pro, you know this guy he he's one of those people that knows final cut pro and editing in general from the inside out backwards and forwards and all that and he's We'll get into that but Chris reached out to me a couple of the about a week or so ago and pose a really interesting question us. He said, you know what? How do you? How do you color ballots for darker skin tones? He was having problems with that and this was this was on the heels of the whole Simone biles controversy with Anti Liebowitz and. All that back and forth of they should hired a black photographer to shoot her or should the photographer shot heard? No or Annie's people? Should they have known how to process and color correct for blacks hint so anyway. So we decided to jump on and have this conversation just talk like you know two people that like this stuff and see if there's a solution or maybe there is no. Solution but Chris, which is these elite editor Ed slice editorial and I'll put the links to all of his stuff in the show notes and the the description for this episode on Youtube but follow him over there. But check out this discussion is pretty. It's pretty interesting. We'll be pretty interesting from the standpoint of just what's wet in the in the real world of color correcting for other humans. We go. Here we go starting to. All right. Chris. Renwick. Welcome to this week in photo man how you doing. Mr Johnson I'm doing well. Yes it's good. The I'm doing really good. You know what we were talking before we started recording. and. I got I. got a page just from chatting just. Before recording. Yeah Yeah where you do your hands. Okay. But always you know you're you're a wealth of information. You're humble about it. Obviously, which is why you get invited to speak at conferences and all this other stuff, and you'd probably have more work than you can deal with. But let's I want to segue into that stuff that that I talked about in the teas color balancing for darker skin tones, Black People Brown people, etc. But before we do that, tell us a little bit about Chris Renwick in slice editorial. In the world and how are you helping keep spinning? I don't think I help keep spinning all. Right. Now. That's that's that's frightening I I'm an editor and I tell people this all the time and they say Fascinating. What are you edit? I added a bunch of stuff you'd never want to watch. It's it's not that it's not that exciting. In the corporate communications corporate branding space. There is tons of work to do most people realize that whether it's photography or video or editorial like I do But frankly most of the stuff I work on, you'd Never WanNa Watch. It's not that exciting. It's a matter of fact I think the people that I make it for you know they're struggling to get their employees to had chip you know but but but the bottom line is it's a living and I've always said that to satisfy your own creative you know thing that you have to do. You're better off. I mean it's good that I don't rely on my job to do that and I'll. I'll tell you. That if you. If you try to be, you know to exude your best you know a Steven Spielberg George. Lucas. When you're doing my job, you're going to be a pain. Because you're GonNa have all these great ideas. I'm not saying the not good ideas, but they're not right for the project that you're working. And so You're better off. You're always better off serving the project and. Most of the stuff that I do, it's ahead he's talking and might be a graphic over shoulder that. Explains what he's talking about but I don't need seven different angles in tight close ups intention like no I don't need that and so if you WanNa do that you should totally do that. But doing on something you're producing and not that you're trying to get paid for. And It's it's just kind of a pet peeve of mine. You know you just keep keep your creative thing to to wear. It's a being asked for and I turned stuff out. That's what we do. It's not not really exciting but like I said, raise the Bill Corp video pays the bills you know keeps keeps keeps the Earth Spin and keeps spinning right there. That's absolutely absolutely and I'll tell you three a four days after Governor Newsom shut down the state of California were based. we were in production. and. We were in production because. On I kind of reminded everybody that we work with especially in the office that our core competency. is to. Help people disseminate information. That's what we do. We help people communicate, and even during a pandemic people have to communicate, and so we came up with some workflow ways to do that and I've talked about that on other shows maybe to talk about it here but it's not what we really came to talk about. But but we were I was working on Tuesday. I delivered my first client video before the week was up

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Arnold Spielberg, Steven's Spielberg's father, dies at 103

Jason and Alexis

00:22 sec | 10 months ago

Arnold Spielberg, Steven's Spielberg's father, dies at 103

"To look for a new costar Instead. Arnold Spielberg, father of filmmaker Steven Spielberg, passed away last night at the age of 103. Steven Spielberg was with his father at the time, he said. That his dad was an electrical engineer, and that when I see a play station when I look at a cell phone from the smallest calculator to an iPad, I look at my dad and I say,

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Visions For Hollywoods Future  with Ruth Carter

The Frame

04:41 min | 10 months ago

Visions For Hollywoods Future with Ruth Carter

"Welcome to our podcast it's where we ask some of the entertainment industry's brightest minds what they do to fix what's broken when production resumes versed up costume designer Ruth Carter she's worked on films like Spike Lee's do the right thing. Steven. Spielberg's Amistad and the upcoming coming to America Sequel and at the Twenty Nine Thousand Nine Academy Awards this happened to her. Black Panther Raw. Nomination. She won for her work on Ryan Koukoulas Black Panther and that made her the first black person to ever win an academy award for costume design. This has been a long time come in. Bike leave. Thank you for my star. I hope this makes you crawl. Carter was also the first black person to be nominated for an academy award for Costume Design Way back in Nineteen ninety-three for Malcolm X. Despite her personal success Carter believes, there's always been something fundamentally wrong in Hollywood I think was built on broken narratives. and think about w griffiths or the nation. It was totally broken narratives and. People bought into it Hook, line and sinker, and that became you know the standard. In Hollywood itself even though stones were were going on people were in red face and black face 'cause there are people behind the scenes. Building those costumes and doing the props and they were people colored doing all kinds of supportive crafts that created the that cinematic events that was not including them. So I. Feel like the the work is to be done still adds shine the light on a lot of these supportive of people not only as directors and producers also as Crespi like myself. Back when Ruth Carter was getting her start in costume design is she didn't have a lot of role models and at a certain point as she progressed in her career Carter realized that she was blazing a trail for others. I wasn't overly concerned about a mentor that looked like me and the beginning because I expected that there wouldn't be any or many I. I look for Kassim designer that I wanted to be like and so I was forging this path of united. Volunteer. At Western costume when it was on melrose and I'd hear the names of costume designers over the loudspeaker being summoned to calls I thought wow that's melena cannon narrow. I've heard of her wow that's an rock I've seen all of her pills and I looked at my role as an artist and I was seeking out other artists as a black woman. I started to realize when work with spy can I started become more of a film student I started in theater There wasn't very much representation in front of the camera and behind the camera and it was you know our quest to create images for in front of the camera that we felt represented our community better and my passion from behind the camera was to say, well, I'm here because Spike Lee said I am the costume designer for his now and now I can take on that leadership as. An artist, but also as a mentor so I always had interns I was an intern I knew the value of internships and it was my hope that there would also even though I was young in the game that there would be another person who was as passionate as I was to reach the top and I I dreamed about like, Wow, what if I were to win the asker like? And tastic would that be And realize after I got on stage a may also before but especially after winning that I was a roll off.

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Black-Owned Businesses Hit Especially Hard by Coronavirus Pandemic, Study Finds

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

Black-Owned Businesses Hit Especially Hard by Coronavirus Pandemic, Study Finds

"Reserve study warns the pandemic poses a grave risk the black owned small businesses across the United States on with that story, Here's Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice. The data compiled by the New York Fed Showa, 41% drop in the number of small business owners who are black. That's twice the number of total small businesses. Recent include concentration of black businesses and pandemic hot spots and the uneven reach of government aid in the early days of the crisis, many down to die Spielberg radio

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Top 5 Films of 2020 (So Far) / Inception (Nolan

Filmspotting

05:02 min | 1 year ago

Top 5 Films of 2020 (So Far) / Inception (Nolan

"Welcome to film spotting another week another delay Josh for ten at the latest from Christopher Nolan that film now scheduled for an August twelfth release. It means I guess we can space out these final. Few films are Nolan. A little bit more. Yeah, I suppose it gives us that, but still sad news I mean obviously for both of us for most people one of the most anticipated movies of the year just to keep see it getting pushed back. Yeah, and you have to wonder whether or not August twelfth is realistic with Covid. Nineteen cases spiking all over the country. Nolan's inception, which celebrates its tenth anniversary. This year is as of this recording Josh still scheduled to return to theaters, tenants original slot on July seventeenth. So you have Nolan doing basically what we did. When the pandemic he went to his archive for content, sure and we, we went back to movies. We've for the most part already talked about here on the show. These films do comprise Nolan retrospective what we're calling the Uber Review and it continues with the inception this week. Our podcast listeners. Listeners will hear some listener feedback from our recent Spielberg show, we did a forty fifth anniversary. Sacred Cow Review of jaws, and we power ranked the five decades. Spielberg's directing career just a few weeks ago, before taking a quick break, that was a fun show Josh. And surprisingly we only got a few angry emails about your daring to play Spielberg's nineties output in your last slot number five. Yeah, well sometimes when you're faced with the truth Adam, there's not much more you can say. Yeah I did have at four, so I'm not sure that I'm shielded from all that hatred, either we will get to all that later in the show, but first adamant. I have seen a fair number of new releases this year. Just you know at Home Hey Adam and Josh. This is your former production assistant. Andy Mitchell with a recommendation for your best film of two thousand so far. That film is Sam failures disclosure. Documentary about. Nothing less than the history of cinema and television through the Lens of the transgender community, it may look like a typical activists film, but it plays more like the story of film series that Markelle cousins did a few years ago weaves together clips. From from the silent era today with fascinating reactions from dozens of trans artists. I'm telling you I did not expect to come away from this. Thinking a daytime talk show like Jerry. Springer might have actually been helpful in some way, so check it out. It's streaming now on net flicks. I, hope you give it a watch. Thanks for the show here's hoping for a better back half of twenty twenty, always nice to hear from our former PA Andy Mitchell and a great recommendation there. I know we've both been rushing over the past week to fit in some movies that we hadn't caught up with yet this year. I did make time for disclosure after Andy's recommendation and even though it didn't. Didn't make my top five. I'm with Andy highly recommend the film and he mentioned it almost playing more like a story of film series. I think that's what's so remarkable about the documentary is if Sam Feder had come to me for any advice on how to approach the subject matter. I might have said if you're GONNA. Try to tell the entire history of. transgender representation in cinema you probably either have to pick that lane or pick the lane of telling these more personal stories of the various performers and artists who are following in the wake of that, and who are now carving out their own identities on screen, and how far we've come talk about that evolution with maybe a little bit of that perspective. Josh of course needed, but it would divide. Divide the documentary too much, and somehow it is this absolutely thorough edifying look at the way. Cinema has typically represented transgender identity, but it also reveals these really amazing personal stories of these artists so definitely recommend disclosure available now Netflix and I suppose with that Josh Let's get into our countdown. It has certainly been an odd year, but we feel like we've seen enough movies and certainly more. Small movies, maybe in terms of the big Hollywood releases. We haven't been able to get out to the theater. That's for sure, but it's really been a boon for video on demand opportunities, and for seeing a lot of movies that would fit into our golden brick type of category I have three potential golden bricks among my top five, so movies made by new. New Directors or new to US director. Is that similar for you? Yeah I think that's what's had the most effect on my left. Compared to previous years, which is a good thing you know we. We do our best to give attention to these smaller films and this strange year without major theatrical releases. We've been able to do even more of that so i. I think this list would probably look a little different If there had been the usual theatrical release date, but I still feel really good about the films that I have on my list, and it's going to be a mix of some. We've talked about even reviewed together on the show Adam and a few a couple that we haven't

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Ansel Elgort accused of sexually assaulting 17-year-old girl

Lori and Julia

01:35 min | 1 year ago

Ansel Elgort accused of sexually assaulting 17-year-old girl

"Going to talk about actor and sell Elgort today he's the star of the upcoming Steven Spielberg version of West Side Story and a woman has gone online accusing him of sexually assaulting her in twenty fourteen when she was twenty seven years old so this woman named Gabby we don't know are nasty last name tweeted a statement today and made an unverified claim that Elgort sexually assaulted her when she was a teenager and she describes a pretty graphically and she says that in twenty fourteen she direct messaged Elgort letting him know that it would be her birthday then he gave her his private Snapchat account and asked for nude photos oh boy Hey I under age girls through the DM's yup so that's what she's alleging and Gabby also posted a photo of what appeared to be her sitting with Ansel as well as what she said is a screenshot of their direct message exchange Gabby said she was coming forward now quote so I can finally heal and so nobody from Ansel Elgort camp is replying to emails or calls from multiple publications and bite your weekend al's Ansel's PR team and other people coming forward the other girls you know I'm not seeing anything at this point but I'm looking at a report from the rap and they said they were unable to reach Gabby to corroborate her story and that her Twitter account has been around since twenty fourteen that's what they're finding here so it is it is not a good story

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Jaws 45th Anniversary And Power Ranking Spielberg

Filmspotting

04:32 min | 1 year ago

Jaws 45th Anniversary And Power Ranking Spielberg

"Welcome to film spotting. Josh, we've done our share of top five over the years five hundred or so, but when it comes to power rankings, we are mere novices. We did this for the first time two years ago. Almost to the day, we power ranked the Chris's Anna the. Moments history of film spot right episode six, Eighty six Oh, surely one of our more significant shows. And this week we're going to power rank the five decades of Steven Spielberg's career. Maybe someday will power rank our power rankings. Come to that. So little preview. Was this tougher than you thought you know? There's two ways to go about this I think initially we both thought just of look at the filmography, and and get on the mic and kind of riff where we think things are, or you sit down and chart things you move them around. You have tears. Which of course is what I think? We both ended up doing so yeah. It was a little bit more of a project than I anticipated, but a rewarding one. Yeah, I put in the work on it. Because I knew it was going to be hard enough deciding which decade put first. and which would slot right behind it? I didn't think it would be so hard with the other decades actually, and then after spending a good deal of time on it I actually ended up flipping two decades around that I thought were set in stone. So I'm excited to get to that, and we'll share listeners power rankings of the Spielberg decades as well we have. Their poll results a bit later I though the beaches are open, so let's talk ause. There is a creature alive

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Jaws 45th Anniversary And Power Ranking Spielberg

Filmspotting

04:05 min | 1 year ago

Jaws 45th Anniversary And Power Ranking Spielberg

"Welcome to film spotting. Josh, we've done our share of top five over the years five hundred or so, but when it comes to power rankings, we are mere novices. We did this for the first time two years ago. Almost to the day, we power ranked the Chris's Anna the. Moments history of film spot right episode six, Eighty six Oh, surely one of our more significant shows. And this week we're going to power rank the five decades of Steven Spielberg's career. Maybe someday will power rank our power rankings. Come to that. So little preview. Was this tougher than you thought you know? There's two ways to go about this I think initially we both thought just of look at the filmography, and and get on the mic and kind of riff where we think things are, or you sit down and chart things you move them around. You have tears. Which of course is what I think? We both ended up doing so yeah. It was a little bit more of a project than I anticipated, but a rewarding one. Yeah, I put in the work on it. Because I knew it was going to be hard enough deciding which decade put first. and which would slot right behind it? I didn't think it would be so hard with the other decades actually, and then after spending a good deal of time on it I actually ended up flipping two decades around that I thought were set in stone. So I'm excited to get to that, and we'll share listeners power rankings of the Spielberg decades as well we have. Their poll results a bit later I though the beaches are open, so let's talk ause. There is a creature alive today. WHO has survived millions of years of evolution? Without Change. Without Passion. And without logic. It lives to kill a mindless eating machine. It will attack. And Devour. Anything. It is as if God. Created the devil. Gaping. Jaws. Sometimes. Probably often we have a convenient hook for one of these setups that doesn't really reflect the whole substance of our conversation about a movie, but a convenient hook is a convenient hook, which is all to say for those of you who aren't particularly interested in hearing a discussion of jaws framed around our current administration. Just give us a little wiggle room. Here I'm pretty confident, were both more excited to talk about Steven Spielberg's camera tricks then his politics, but it's a little. Little Eerie how prescient his game changing nineteen seventy-five blockbuster is forty five years later. The movie The promise will never go in the water again also presents an all too dangerously familiar type of huckster politician, a crisis who fails to heed the warnings of scientists dramatically downplays and dismisses the potential loss of life can't wait to pat himself, and his cronies on the back loves to PREEN FOR A TV camera and who demands those beaches be open because business demands. They be open. Sorry even the scary shark movie is actually about Corona. Virus and I'm far from the only one who noticed my twitter timeline has jumped the snark over the past couple of months including this from frank rich just a few nights ago. Commenting on a New York Times breaking news tweet read Vice President Mike Pence encourage governors to repeat a misleading claim about corona virus outbreaks rich wrote. Pence makes the jaws mayor look like Churchill. Mayor. Von is played with a pen. See an affable smugness by Murray Hamilton and one line I'd always kind of overlooked. This struck me on. This rewatch is when he's spurning. The please of Roy Scheider is chief Martin Brody and Richard Dreyfuss is Matt. Hooper to keep the beaches closed on July Fourth America's Day, to celebrate its independence and preeminence. Any explains I. Don't think either one of you are familiar with our problems.

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Why Actress Lisa Vidal Believes "I'm here because this was supposed to happen."

Latina to Latina

05:09 min | 1 year ago

Why Actress Lisa Vidal Believes "I'm here because this was supposed to happen."

"You. Grew up acting. When did you know that this was for you? I knew from a very early age that I loved to perform. I was always singing because I'm a singer. I always had music on the radio. That was my first love. Actually I also used to watch lot of television because you know. We lived in the Bronx and Spanish Harlem, so my mother was not like letting us out some. certain times the neighborhood. We get tricky, so she was like no in my out. Or whatever and so I, watch them on television. That was my friend. I watched movies girl, so I used to I was so pulled in by movies, and then I have my my aunt, my the-they who? Is such a hero in my life. She was always taking us to movies. Song Forget. UH, she said, drop us off at the movie theater me and my presence, and she'll be like I'll be back five PM to pick you up that she felt bad for us. Abuse stuck in us from weren't allowed to hang outside. So, we would be at the movie theater. Day those days you go from one theater to one movie to another you know at then I saw funny girl, my my my d. c., funny girl and I just fell in love with Barbara streisand and how she was singing and acting. And that was it. That was it I knew I wanted to do. What do you mark as your big break? You know what my big break was a film that I did all I like him. that was my big because I like it like that and I think there was a big break for all of us in that gnome, it was a small film that became like a cult film that became huge, and so I pretty much soon after that I got signed a deal to Aden, C., which led to my semen Silbert show that was my i. like big, lead role on a network primetime television show that Steven Spielberg for. Do you Steven Spielberg Rating? You Fan Fan Mail. Did that's surreal, please? I? Thought they sent it to the wrong guy This must be a somebody else. I couldn't believe it. I mean I still have it up on. My Wall is one of my proudest moments, and I always. Love Steven Spielberg Right, but I thought it was interesting to that when you got that spinoff. And you were really going to be carrying a pilot that there was a little piece of you that worried. Can I carry this pilot? Right like that is a different level of pressure to be like this show will succeed or fail, and you're not like the fourth or fifth person down in the credits it is you. Well Yeah I mean they brought Blair underwood in and our characters just exploded on the show. You know we became a hot. Partnership shelves some Cups Yeah you know I think. I. Think when you go from a guest star. else doing these kinds of roles or even a recurring character writing comes in now. Maybe you do three episodes. Maybe you do five episodes whatever? When you come to the place of a lead. And they're they're absolutely is a whole new level of responsibility, and absolutely without a doubt there is that you know that little bit of light on my Gosh when I do this, but. That's when you. Really embrace you towns, and and recognize the you are and say. Yes I can do this. Yes, this belongs to me on here. Because this was supposed to happen and it's it's a battle right because we had that little devil on one side, a little angel on the other who they talk into each year, and so we consist. That's why that's why training is so important. That's why understanding the process of creating a character be prepared preparation. Discipline Professionalism. All of that comes into play. So that, you're standing on solid ground and you have foundation when you come into that position, you know what you're doing. I was looking through your IMDB. Have you ever played a non Latina character? I have there been a few of those roles were actually white. Jane. That was written white. Gabrielle and I have the same representation, and they sent me the script and I got a meeting with Martin Brock. Akil and she was like I know Lisa's work. And we sat down for three hours and talked about Cara and. She's like I want you to be my car. It also shows you the value of having a person of color. Be The other person on the other side of that table. Right like the heels would get that absolute asks. They are so fro. You know black and Brown. Absolute.

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13-year-old graduates college with 4 associate's degrees

WBZ Afternoon News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

13-year-old graduates college with 4 associate's degrees

"The southern California boy something none of his other friends house for college degrees your four cultures corresponded Danya Bacchus introduces us to Jack Rico a thirteen year old boy orders for the Celsius degree this weekend by the way says is just getting started the young graduates received diplomas from Fullerton college in his front yard thank you all so much for coming in family can gradually to time with the drive by paraded his home in la mirada California is just full of knowledge now it's on to the university of Nevada Las Vegas to possibly study for a career in screen writing someone to go out for dinner Steven Spielberg all right you want to pick up Michael bay on the way you know like I would be pretty cool and as you can imagine Jack's parents are very proud of his heart is bigger than its

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Dante Basco

Asian Enough

05:21 min | 1 year ago

Dante Basco

"Daddy okay. Hook the nineteen ninety-one cult favorite reimagining of a Peter. Pan Lor starring Robin Williams. And Don Bosco you are. I'm just GONNA cut right to an icon. Come on come on man and you have been ever since this this role Rubio and we have so many questions for you. But we're going to start is what has revealed meant to you over. The course of the time. I mean is changed over the years. I did Rouphael when I was fifteen. Start when I was ten before was an actor. I was I'm from me and my brothers from the bay area right. And we're all artists and actors and musicians and poets and we start as break group in the Bay. Area called Street freaks. We popular was in the bay area. Kid You know grew up going to forty niners games in Oakland as games and we ended up dancing for the forty niners and the Oakland A.'s. Halftime shows thirty. Four thousand six hundred that kind of stuff then. We got scholarships the Ballet Company ballet and so we start studying ballet and it was like a real billion Elliott thing kids from St that they picked up and start the world ours and so like being an actor. Artists has been in my family's story since my earliest memories of whatever we were doing you know and so by the time I was fifteen and did hook it was like I mean I was you know somewhat prepared for it because I was studying acting for so long and studying the greats and then I was very much whereas work with greats worked with Spielberg maybe at the height of his powers. Dustin Hoffman is. He's on the Mount Rushmore of the actors. That changed the face of acting the seventy S and whatnot. You Got Robin. Williams is the Godfather improv acting. In one of the great you know give me. The list goes on Maggie. Smith said Bob. Hoskins is like every day is like what's going on here and so I was really prepared to just really do a great job but that never prepares you for character lasting twenty five years later. It's like now I've been Rubio longer than I haven't been Rubio. You know so you know you walk around. And now it's like it means something different to a whole generation as people tattoos of your fifteen year old face on their body crazy. Which you've seen with your I've seen with my own eyes. I've signed people's bodies at kamikaze tattooed on you know. And they name their kids after Rubio and their dogs after Rubio and it means something to just the people at large as far as like this rebel spirit you know and then in mean something completely different to a whole generation of Asian Americans where I get a lot of like. You're the first cool Asian that I ever saw on television as exactly what I was about to say. It's you and I'm dismayed that you hear so often not here and again when you're young you don't really think about it when you big movie in your teenager like even though I was like a trained actor and a pretty solid artists at fifteen is like I just WanNa be cool like plea at the for. The love of God can come out on Friday in theaters and when I go to school on Monday. Ken like some people. Think I'm cool. Where are you going to school at that point in in southern California I was going to school in Southern California? I was in high school Limit town called paramount. And it's right. You know right next to Compton. The crazy thing was this is the nineties s in we got into some trouble me and my brothers in the middle of shooting Hook. We got caught shoplifting. At Serena's mall yes. I needed some isotoner gloves. We needed some isotoner. Glove would use gloves and southern California. I don't know Jerry Rice War on I duNno had some is anyway. We got caught. My parents got so and again when you grown up in the neighborhood and paramount which is like site content but it's more Mexican than black and it's you know gang violence in the nineties and we have friends run drugs. Everything's a lot going on in your young mind like shoplifting is nowhere near anything else going on a neighbor but we got popped. We got in trouble and I was actually in the middle of shooting. Hook which is super strange and the guy that Catis history does mall was like watching. Because he'd seen me in a movie called perfect weapon he's like that's that do from perfect weapon and then. Oh my God. He's they're stealing isotoner gloves So we ended up getting bused to Orange County and started and finished our school at Orange County. The and then I was there when the hook came out. So it's kind like I was a kid in school and the movie came out and I went from a school. I was like predominantly black and Latino to a school in Orange County. That was I think there was twelve black kids in school And like it was like predominantly white. We were like. What are we doing here so that was a school that was that you were in? Hook was coming. Yeah that was I was in when he came out and I was. They thought it was cool. I mean we were cool are here with me and my brother like three. Brown brothers walking around campus with high hair and Super Hip hop kids and then the big movie comes out. And you're like that kid from that movie. I kinda always wished I was in my old school when it came out. Because know you get the extra On the hometown new school. And it's all weird already now. Super

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"spielberg" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"spielberg" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Apparently this was true before the last day of shooting spielberg heard rumors of that he was gonna get pranked from his mutinous crew because they hated him so much by the end of the movie so for the last shot the blowing up of the shark when it was being filmed spielberg left the set and went to los angeles 'cause he was so afraid he was going to get pranked by everybody was not there for the last one that's right he gets into a waiting car and the car takes into yes spielberg always wins yeah it's an amazing thing for the really the first big big break of his career to go so badly because everything about spielberg now is how he's the greatest guy to work with these the most professor maybe he learned from aunt i mean obviously learned a lot from this but the way he's been able to manipulate this story in very smart ways like there's a there's a documentary about the making of this movie that's as long as the movie called making of jaws it was on that laser disc pointed out that was made four that laser disc it's one of the best making of documentaries ever not because it's on youtube why it's on youtube and everyone's interviewed and temperatures there that's why it's so good there's so many things could've gotten a neighbor there's a there's this great documentary that i saw when i was like in a teenager i don't know i think it's on video but i don't know if it's available it's called visions of light it's his documentary about the history of american cinematography and michael chapman who i think was the camera operator on jaws paja's has this absolute like murderer's row of camera operation talent who all wound up being great cinematography and their unripe chapman talks about how when they first talked about shooting this and he he you know he would go onto raging bull but like chat spilt wanted to nail the camera down he wanted to have everything on tripods like long lenses so that you could see everything and he was like if you nail this camera down on boats people are going to be throwing up in the aisles yeah because it would this horizon would just keep tilting with the water and that's what spielberg's original idea was magin it everybody just seemed your polling you and then like the that's why they did everything so handhelds and moving around so that they could keep kind of equilibrium with the movie but you magin what would have happened if they had been able to show the shark the whole time and it was all tripod it's so funny too when you're on the boat it really feels like it's on a swivel cameras moving around all the time is going up and down round and if it were stationary would wouldn't you would be sick like you said a lot more hafez internet research coming up first let's take a break hey if you love to score amazing deals incredible hotels you will love hotel tonight hotel tonight partners with hotels to help them sell their unsold rooms helping you find sweet deals a cool toprated hotels put out tonight shows you the best deals at hotels.

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"spielberg" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"spielberg" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Yeah but this is spielberg yeah i agree i think that's how someone who who lived and grew up prior to the internet is going to feel about watching people jack into virtual reality existence so readily i mean the only excuse given it's kind of like the house with the broken windows right if you don't get that fixed it just gets worse and worse we heard there was a shortage on corn syrup and then we heard there were some bandwith wars the bed with riots and i swear i'd be out there smashing cars to if you took away my internet that's all it took really for people to just turn away and i feel that right i mean we all feel that idea that if real life real politics are too divisive into awful and there's this outlet to go somewhere else where it doesn't exist why wouldn't you go there i mean it's an idea worth exploring but it's not an idea that spielberg is going to entertain in this movie he's going to see this very much as the wrong decision and that was my question about the book and really might only question about the book beyond i've heard the fact that it has a howard the duck reference was is the book anti vr or is this spielberg bringing it in because this book it's strange it reminds me of an episode of star trek the next generation where barkley played by dwight schultz spent too much time in the holiday and it was really an episode about turn off your tv and it's hypocritical for a tv show to tell you turn it off and here we are leaving a life through a movie and being.

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"spielberg" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"spielberg" Discussed on The Watch

"And woke up that is the only part of the movie where you could sense genuine phantom in a movie that is extensively about phantom but is actually just about listing things it's actually about the worst of nerd culture and geek culture of just knowing everything about everything but experiencing nothing the shining had no place being in this movie except for the fact that spielberg is deeply passionate about coop ring and has a i don't think admittedly 'cause i don't know if spielberg ever psychoanalyze is publicly complicated if not fucked up relationship with kubrick whom he admired totally in whom he i i'm not going to say he could never reach because they were very very different artists but the idea of spielberg striving to be kubrick but instead being so much more successful and so much more influential but in some ways in the wrong ways yes is fascinating so did look at that sequence where he's recreated something credibly beautiful and haunting and yes i melted a little bit in that scene because i'm like what if you could what if you could do all this computing power and you re create something that is actually has a static that actually is interesting if you could walk around like yeah but then he turns it into a zombie party right which is not self aware enough almost a separate holiday comes back into it sucks where they're like it's like the haunted mansion the game that he's the first game every may he thinks right i think he's spielberg thinks that he's in on that joke that like aren't zombies in the shining but in fact he is he is the pathogen you know what i mean he literally is putting zombies in a video game into the shine yes that's what that's the closest this movie comes to art and to being of interest i under i there's a there's a place where i am morally offended by this movie and then there's a place where i am.

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"spielberg" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"spielberg" Discussed on /Film Daily

"What is up with steven spielberg's his execution of villains in these popcorn movies like has his he has he forgotten how to do a villain in a blockbuster chris it does oh sorry no that's a good point i don't i don't know what the deal is with that i mean ben mendelsohn is a great actor but he is he is like nothing to do in rape and he's also wearing huge false teeth which i don't really understand why it kept distracting me like every time he talked his big fake teeth were there and i kept waiting for an explanation like oh they're gonna explain why he has those false teeth but he they don't get it so i don't know brad yet some thoughts on this i pardon me wonders if maybe spielberg hasn't really updated his storytelling principals to have villains that don't feel like they come from a different era because spielberg has constantly crafted villains that are kind of basically come from different time periods i can't really think of a blockbuster that has he's made the has avila n or at least some form antagonist that isn't a a creature or be just something that was pulled from a film period from decades before i mean hook has hook who's a pirate there's the i mean the dinosaurs in jurassic park all the villains indiana jones are classic action adventure villains from nazis to muscular thugs and villainous officers i can't really think of is their villain he's done that it doesn't really.

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"spielberg" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"spielberg" Discussed on /Film Daily

"I don't i'm not going to run out huge thing because i like i there's a there's a review on slash dot com where i go into this in greater detail but it just it really it may be depressed honestly because i i even though i didn't go into this with great expectations because i thought the trailers looked kind of bad i wanted it to be good i want to walk out and be like you know what that was a really good movie steven spielberg pulled it off but i just sat there in the theaters wishing it would end and when it was over i just let the theater really in a funk just like i can't believe this is this is a spielberg movie okay let's let's get the other side of the coin here brad you enjoyed this movie why what did you love about ready player one i mean the biggest thing for me is that i really like the big concept of what the basis is and the world that it allows people to escape into it's it's basically the idea of being able to escape into your like the worlds of the things that you love whether it's movies comic books tv shows video games all that kind of thing this is the first time in a long time that i watched a movie on the big screen and i've been so immersed and excited and energized by a world that i immediately wish it was real upon walking out out of the movie theater i would love to play in a world like the aces where like the trailers keep saying anything is possible you can be anyone you can do anything you know you can you.

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"spielberg" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"spielberg" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Even though lost episodes did end like that you really couldn't binge them at the time because it was a weekly show so i had to wait you had to wait regardless so this show it doesn't end with cliffhangers all the time but it does have that same sort of you know oh i wonder what's going to happen next but it's not like as urgent i guess you could say okay we'll guys let's move into our feature presentation in that is a discussion we're wondering is ready player one really steven spielberg's worst movie i saw this film when i was in new york city and i i liked it i feel like this is the film if i was fifteen and i saw you know i would've loved it but christie wrote this review on the sites which we will link in the show notes combing it steven spielberg's worst movie why did you hate ready player one chris at this point i'm ready to just say ready player one is great and i never wanna talk about it again because i'm getting all this angry people on twitter are not happy with me and it's a it's catching me a little off guard because last week i really six thousand word piece where i've literally just talking endlessly about how much i love steven spielberg i love his films but apparently that's enough and people are very upset with me for saying this but here here's how i rationalized this take so i've seen every steven spielberg movie and some of his films.

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"spielberg" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"spielberg" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Then you'll probably get tickets to the wrong movie for ready player one again for these two players be me up scotty hey let's go inside the matrix let's and he's like i've loving all these references we're all gonna love this movie hey have it your way right away yeah two beef patties special sauce before i put my visor down i may quickly double check with the ticket band chappie is going to be in this movie champi of courses in this movie it'd be it they got all the big franchises i mean the one thing that it seems like they're really leaning on in the in the commercials that freaking the iron giant is everywhere it's like iron giant like i'm the only person i know that like that movie like or that saw that movie and vincent diesel the iron giant himself has been some diesel in this movie all the iron giant says anything presumably one of these guys that's like character for my child or whatever but come on the iron was an war film and then they're just like the end you'll watch giant fuck and kill everybody kill the battle to yeah battle toads in there about our steven spielberg it's just like i don't know what elvis is but right yeah there's really like one day where he is to the posts effects house he was like my son he's gonna sit in just mortiz me he's going to tell you who you should put.

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"spielberg" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"spielberg" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"It is yeah there guys taking up arms and then bullets going up up up up up he didn't story board it it just went with it seems like actually shuttle those men wow not matt damon they got him at the end and they he morphs into an old man at the end really t one thousand style played by a baby hopefully play pay a pity fan old man played by a baby no fucking not a baby like a young young boy he was played by three old men in a long trench coat artificial intelligence yeah those bricks kubrick jam the minority report tom do you know this is originally written originally intended as a sequel to total rico oh yeah because philip k dick watch your language catch me if you can i think is the best even spielberg movie aides ver it's definitely like the most rewatch able they have seen a movie a thousand times i thought once and i liked it i should watch it again i i'd love it watch it again if he can i that's another movie that i've seen thousand times i don't they have ever seen it like front back like you should see movies in the theater because you get there on time they play him front bank you sit there you enjoy it i'm my like twentieth viewing so like the first ten minutes that i thought the movie started later than it did the terminal tom hanks walking around i think nobody liked it.

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"spielberg" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"spielberg" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Watch what was magnum pi yeah watch magnum pi idiot yediot get back to movies give mook so eighty do after he said i'll take your advice i'll get back to movies serious film yes color purple as a serious film yeah i've never seen it i've seen bits of it on hbo i'm realizing now i maybe have never seen a full steve spill wow guess what guess what do field spielberg does after this he gets a lot of acclaim for this wow he's not just about a solis blockbusters right he and do the heart wrenching stuff he's like let me go back to amazing stories taking other crackup even you idiot now but that makes sense amazing stories as passionate he's like i get i get my clout backup i'll do like a real ward winning movie and then his story guess what they did a kick them in the ass so yes to make another serious movie empire of the sun starring christian bale the newsy boy yeah never seen empire of the sun oh newsy goes to war i think we're the newsies in war tapers about no they were actually war breaks out it was a war against the status quo man extra actor war breaks out against the status quo dance dance dance yeah there's a lot of dancing the newsstand man commanding all the news east dance dance dance it's tom yeah spielberg has cast numerous children to start as films and years playing child role yeah sometimes he'll stack them up in a trenchcoat and put some makeup on them so they he'll call stan winston look i got a real big problem lost tom hanks for this is by three kids can you come down here and help me with some perspex on some old man makeup but also some arm extenders handling like extent.

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"spielberg" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"spielberg" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Oh yeah we should refer back to our universal studios the technology yeah tom after et twilight zone the movie not the part that yeah that pick models children guy kill own yeah no he did the h did they release that movie right if that happened nowadays it'd be like all right we're not gonna we're not gonna release i think honestly because it was like such a big movie like they got all these like big directors to do this thing thing that was like also in the aftermath the jaaz aftermath of like now they're now they're somewhere blockbusters but at this point there's only like one summer blockbuster year can you name the four directors for the twilight zone the movie john landis steven spielberg simak it's nope then i can't joe dante yes yeah from dreamt george miller really george miller do the one with terrorists twenty thousand twenty thousand awesome makes sense with with john lithgow as captain kirk do you wanna play a little bit of trivia sure we just did in a way okay yeah so let's let's continue through his his thing after twilight zone indiana jones the temple team whatever he did to episodes of amazing stories yeah he was they were trying to it guess what didn't work asshole stick to movies is what they said soares ain't so the silver screen spielberg silver screen shithead so at the tv audiences said but wanted to see a tv show.

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"spielberg" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"spielberg" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"No i think my favorite indiana jones is laskar safe yeah it's certainly the one i've seen the most well he only directed that one because he thought the temple of doom was so bad that he was like i got to make it up to this character he felt he owed it to harrison ford no no no the the the character that harrison ford was not a real person i know steven spielberg doesn't know that yeah coming up with these worlds yeah he's a he's not well no i told you at the very least got split personality disorder why do you say that oh no he's not he's not stephen vincent he's not that he he shrinks inch and goes on tour if you look at bruce springsteen in the east band adores steven van zandt playing atari is always like hunched over the guitar making himself look a little small that's true i'll concede that but how do you explain these movies that steven spielberg direct take a lot of time to to make he's stephen fan out on the road like every night out there and steven spielberg's movies often take place in exotic locations you're saying yeah if every see spill movie took place in l a sure you'd have a point but tim they take place all over the world the example you just gave the temple of doom they filmed on location at the temple of doom i don't think they did i think they probably film that in los angeles.

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"spielberg" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"spielberg" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Hey we should get the band back together because this guy he's out one hundred mil steven spielberg tom really kinda got his start he directed the series premiere of colombo really knew that and let's let's be let's be honest here a couple tv movies before this but then it went to series and they're like get this young this young buck spielberg in here he'll know what to do and god damn dammit he did know what to do and this is why peter falk is our most beloved shoveled detective detective who pretends these dumber than he actually is what they don't make tv movies really i guess all they make our tv movies now actually like netflix and stuff yeah i guess i'm started doing it yeah networks the networks don't make tv movies anymore test remember the the in the nineties all the cool ripped from the headlines tv they were just churn a movie out amy fisher and julia but if you go yeah tonya harding and nancy kerrigan that's where the joke you know watch this on news and movie at eleven wait what that was like a joke they would say sometimes in cartoons maybe not old cartoons but new cartoons like the simpsons they be like more about this story on the news and then the movie at eleven i guess it wasn't meant to be the movies going to be about the news that's the way i took it's even funnier i should've been those writers rooms i actually saw thing with steven spielberg unrelated to my research because i didn't realize.

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"spielberg" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"spielberg" Discussed on Channel 33

"Right you're about the real old actually just like some of the biro he's already shot for the kidnapping of of our virata or whatever it's called let's cut to the chase yeah let's let's talk about some of these movies i want to start with your number five what he got my number five favorite steven spielberg movie speaking of spectacle address park i released it recently one of the things that really jumps out when you see it is just how lean it actually is the philosophy and the sort of the themes of the movie are really woven into a very tight escape story it is very much a lean middleweight fighter and that sort of you don't really think about that because when you think about these spectacles that we see these days you're transformers movies your vendors moves you think of bloat you think of like very very very long set pieces in which the world crumbles this is actually like to movie about a park it's kind of like a three or four hander really not it's it's really really tight it still goes so hard you are still so emotionally rapped up in everything that happens everybody in it is delightful it's perfectly cast and i still think it has like the best version of spielberg wonder face which is when a character in a spielberg movie comes across something amazing he captures wonder in a way that no other filmmaker really ever has and there's several shots most famously sam neill turning laura dern head towards the brontosaurus which i think is one of the great shots of my of my actual movie going experience listening to you talk about it i feel like laura dern with her head down on the breathing dried certain triceratops drowsy park is wonderful it's also in my top five i think it is kind of the perfect middle ground the the median point of spielberg's career it's basically right when he was in his late forties early fifties when it's made it is both spectacle and about childhood and about humanity and about the mistakes that we make and how we can solve them it's also.

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"spielberg" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"spielberg" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"Hello and thanks for joining us for another episode of the director's cut brought to you by the directors guild of america where each episode we bring you a fresh and insightful interview featuring one of the film industry's top directors conducted by one of their peers remember to subscribe to our podcast on i tunes or wherever you get your podcasts and if you're enjoying the director's cut please take a moment to rate and review us on i tunes or like us on soundcloud we love hearing your feedback this episode takes us behind the scenes of director steven spielberg's new historical drama the post which tells the story of how ben bradley and kathryn graham the first female publisher of the washington post risk their careers and their freedom when they decided to report on the classified pentagon papers a collection of documents released by daniel ellsberg revealing a massive coverup of government secrets that spanned three decades in addition to the post mr spielberg's numerous credits include the feature films 1941 jurassic park catchmeifyoucan lincoln and bridge of spies he won the dga award for outstanding directorial achievement in feature film for the color purple schindler's list and saving private ryan and was nominated for the dga award for jaws close encounters of the third kind raiders of the law stark t the extraterrestrial empire of the sun on mustachioed and munich mr spielberg was honored with the dg a lifetime achievement award in two thousand and currently serves on the dga national board following a recent screening of the film at the dga theater in los angeles mr spielberg spoke with director patty jenkins about filming the post during their conversation mr spielberg talks about how making the film was a social imperative for him finding the hidden drama within a scene and weather's no need to cut during a master featuring meryl streep and tom hanks.

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"spielberg" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"spielberg" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Bend eu at additional thoughts on this right well i was just going to say that i think uh i think to your point about maybe somebody else could have directed a movie like this or like bridge of spies i feel like that's what makes spielberg such a fascinating directors like of course he has the um the ability to go off and make huge colossal movies that nobody else could possibly you know approach but at the same time he slots in little films like this where he got this together so fast they started shooting this uh in may he attached himself to it in march of this year and it's going to be out in december so this is like an incredibly quick production with as chris mentioned a cast of like the highest calibre and i love that spielberg is you know he is a guy who's always looking he's always i'm curious and he finds something that interest him and he thinks owed this is a story that needs to be told right now in he actually makes it happened right now for you know before the cultural moment that he's trying to comment on can pass he already has a movie out where it you know captures the design guy's perfectly so i i sort of love that about him new idea i do think that's the smartest thing about this movie is you know it is such a movie a commenting on the time that we are in now um i'm excited see it it's just a.

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"spielberg" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"spielberg" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"They have everything we need yeah that wasn't a lot of holes in that in that uh that gimmick but i mean that is that i see what you mean about the chemistry you know and i feel like he was maybe he was pressured will never know but maybe was pressured by studio heads producers sailing look we need those twists mighty that's what that's your that's your stick the hitchcock did suspense spielberg did and you know the spielberg your gimmick is the stand and he may be you know he wrote himself in a home as a trap now here's the thing about split he uh actually i got to see it with adam from your movie sock susan town in a jar of a advice as you yourselves them a boy jat our um and he's a of the stick it for this and i move you wanna come and might be hilarious and we were both walking out early while i was good rioters a little talk from m night at the end where he was like this was based on something that i had written into a much older script and he just like uh went through his old files and found like i guess when you're dead bin yeah yeah destroyed by the the notion that he was the next spielberg bright bright is they had that there was a cover magazine covers the next spielberg thing if it's got a question mark in the headline answer not no that's elber adding that the page instead of god had line like that sets you up for so much i would i would do the same thing either i'll be like oh now i gotta suck her life like commencing commensurate the next pudi pie and the answer is no ray flynn i therefore.

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