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"timothy dalton" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"And then they they legalized blackjack here in South Florida. They got a license to to play blackjack because you really couldn't do it in South Florida. And that place exploded, right, so much so that the the whole complex was probably 10 years old, right, and outdoor restaurants and clubs and an inside casino. And they had its own poker room and it was just. They made so much money, they in 10 years, they tore it all down. They tore it all down. And now you have the famous guitar shaped hotel that they built one of a kind in the world, and they did away with all the outside interference. They learned a lesson from that. They just print money, they print money. If you can tear down that complex probably cost one hundred million dollars. Yeah, the original one. Stored down, redesigned it from scratch in Hollywood, Florida. The place is amazing. You see the guitar driving from the highway. It's amazing, like if, you know, I'd like to get a build a new house, it's going to be tough. Then you got like this in New Jersey. We recently had we had the Meadowlands Arena and there was a soccer team there. Sorry, a hockey team there, the New Jersey Devils and the New Jersey Nets played there. They both went, we want our own stadium. So they actually built 10 miles away an arena for the New Jersey Devils. The Nets got their arena in Brooklyn. But it's like when you got money, like these things get built and it's like, wow. And then the Meadowlands is sitting there unused. They're going to tear it down. But it was perfectly fine. It's like, why? You know, well, they got to keep up with the Joneses. Yeah. Hey, did you know that Elvis had a rule that he never had sex with a woman who'd given birth? That includes his own wife, Priscilla. Wow. Right, baby, baby. Yeah, I can't be a baby. You had a baby, baby. Wow. That could lead to some dark stories. That's a little bizarre. That's a little bizarre. We won't get into that whole thing, but I'm going to ask you a question. Who played the solo on While My Guitar Gently Weeps? EC, Eric Clapton. Yeah, but nobody did it better than Prince in that. Oh, yeah. No one did it better than Prince. But yeah, Eric Clapton. I knew you'd know that one. Did you know that John Lennon wrote Good Morning, Good Morning after hearing a cornflakes commercial? That makes sense. Yep. They had cornflakes in England? Yeah, right. Well, he was probably in America at that point, right? Oh, yeah, that's true. At one point, off and on. Did you know that the term London Calling was named after a phrase used on the album, London Calling, or term, was used after a phrase used in a BBC show during World War Two. And it went, it said, Good morning, America, this is London Calling. Wow. Yeah, that's pretty good. Better than mine. Good morning, America, this is London Calling. I've been barred from doing my British accent. Yes, you have. Yes, you have. And then that's it for the Did You Knows? I just, I'm sorry I came up with too much for that, you know. No, no, that's OK. That's OK. Yeah. Without Lou. I should hold up a sign, where's Lou? I was going to put both of them on a sign. Yeah. I was busy today. All right, let's break into a little music trivia. I mean, movie trivia, 80s movie trivia. I want to, you're going to just go at me with this, all right? You didn't have this either? Jesus Christ. How come I can never have any fun on this show? Anyway, I know stuff. I know stuff. If you watch Music Relish, Lou and Perry do the music trivia. They say to me, come up with something. And I'm like, who played drums on Stairway to Heaven? Like, I'm just bad with that stuff. I can't. Who were the five members of the Breakfast Club? Give me the actors, you can be the actors. OK, Jed Nelson, Emilio Estevez, Ali Sheedy, Molly Ringwald. Yeah. And holy shit, my favorite movie of all time. Oh, peanut butter and jelly with the crust cut off. Oh, what's his name? I'm failing on the fifth one. He ended up being like this buff dude. He went in a whole other direction. He was, he played in the TV series, the Stephen King book, where the guy sees the Christopher Walken movie. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Can't remember the name of that one. That's a Schmitty. I've read all the Stephen Kings. I should know that one. Yeah. Um, what was his name? Anthony Michael Hall. There you go. Saturday Night Live alumni also. To this day, probably into my teenage years, my favorite movie. Yeah. Uh, did you know? Can I get, did you know? Please contribute something. Please. Don't be shy, Mark. The, the high schools that John Hughes used in that movie and all his movies was the high school he went to. Ah, yeah. So it really was like in that, in that high school reminded me of the high school I went to just that, that really, uh, sterile suburban environment where everybody was in a camp. All right. Uh, what's the name of the woman, Gary and Wyatt create in weird science? And who plays Kelly LeBrock? No, no, no. Yeah, it was Kelly. It was her. Okay. Back then she, she did not age good, but she was a fucking hammer back then. She was one of those hammer Facebook things I'm scrolling through and I see a picture. I go, whoa. Yeah. Some of them didn't age well. Our name, the, the, the character's name was Lisa. Okay. Yeah. Uh, okay. Let's see. That one's too easy. Who played, uh, the older brother Chet in weird science? Game over, man. Bill Pullman. Nope. No. Oh, not bill Pullman, but he was an aliens and Titanic. Oh. And he died like a few years ago. I, I think I get a half a point because I could say the movies he was in. It's a bill, it's a bill and his last name is Bill Paxton. He made a really sick movie about him and his sons being serial killers too. That was a sick, sick movie. Yeah. Um, this is a, it's kind of a, it's not really that easy, but aside from starring together in two and a half men, what do actors, John Cryer and Charlie Sheen have in common? So we're talking about, this is eighties movie trivia, right? So they were in a movie together. Sixteen candles. No, no. So John cry, they were both in John Hughes flicks. So you were kind of, uh, John Cryer played ducky and pretty in pink. Yeah. And Charlie Sheen had a small role in Ferris Bueller's day off. That's, that's why I thought, okay. Playing a punk genie, uh, in the last five minutes to the police station. Yeah. Yeah. Uh, let's music trivia. I mean, movie trivia. What's the only John Hughes movie to be rated R. The only John Hughes movie to be rated R. I don't know. Well, to give you a hint, you know, most of his movies were geared towards teenagers, but one of them really wasn't two comedic legends in it. I'm missing it. Planes trains and automobile. Oh shit. That's right. I got him. It's a Christmas movie. It's a Christmas movie too. And the only reason was that isn't it a Thanksgiving movie? Yeah. It's a holiday. The only reason was that scene where he goes to the ticket lady and it's that lady that did all the Midwestern. Oh yeah. I can't get you on the plane, you know? Yeah. On the fucking plane. Uh, let me see. Name a sibling named siblings that were in an eighties movie together. Uh, Sixteen Candles was John Q. Second, John Q. Look at you, buddy. Hughes is my favorite. Evidently. Yeah. Uh, let me see. I got one for you. Yeah. I you'll, you might get it. Go ahead. Who played Ralph Macchio's guitar parts and crossroads, even though he did a great job miming it, he did do a good job miming it. I didn't see crossroads. That's no excuse. Okay. I'm a pariah for liking that movie. Cause like blues fans say it was crap. I liked it. It's endearing to me. Right. Cooter. Ah, okay. Uh, let's see. So the Terminator feature, the cyborg sent back from the future to assassinate young woman. What military supercomputer originally designed the Terminator? Skynet. Yeah. Yeah. I'm smart. There's a lot of, I mean, a lot of these have to do with like breakfast club was like, it has to be like the biggest fucking movie of the eighties. Uh, what was the number assigned to the robot who came to life in the 1986 movie short circuit? Oh yeah. Shit. Number nine. Five. Oh, okay. Yeah. Uh, it should be, you're obviously googling. Maybe I should be googling. No, I'm not. I have my tabs all set up. Uh, let's see. I got my mouse on Getty's face. Let me move this book. And what movie would you find the following a rocket ship inside a house, blue grandparents, the talking pile of dung. Oh, Bringing up some kind of memory might have been my own memory. Not weird. Weird science. Yeah. You're going to the brother into the dung, right? Yup. In the movie, the breakfast club, uh, while they were in detention, what did Claire bring for lunch? Sushi. Oh, I guess, I guess you can say it's sushi. Yeah. They have rice, raw fish, and seaweed sushi. That is what sushi is made of. And the movie that Goonies named the reclusive scavenger who vanished while searching for pirate treasure off the coast of Astoria, Oregon. Damn it. My sister, my other sister's going to be so disappointed. She took me to where that was filmed to. Damn it. CC, CC or his initials. Sorry. So Chester copper pot. Yeah. Uh, this movie released in 1981, spawned two sequels and was considered a gross out comedy, uh, with its most famous for its girls shower scene, uh, girls room shower scene. What's the movie? Porky's. Yup. Does that was the original, my first awakening as a kid was Benny Hill. Everybody's right. Then we got cable and I saw Porky's. Yeah. Right. I'd have to watch that again. Hey, I got one for you. Yeah. You probably look at it the same website, which 80s movie was Alan Rickman's first feature film role for professor Snape. Oh, um, that would be, uh, yeah, yeah, yeah. Uh, which horror film was submitted to every studio before being released in 1984 with the leading lead actress, Heather Lang and camp, uh, nightmare on Elm street. Yeah. And who else was in that movie? And he got killed with a Johnny Depp. Yeah. He spun around on the ceiling. Yep. Did he get pulled into the bed? Yeah, I think so. Yeah. He's the one that got pulled into the bed, right? Yeah. I don't know if that was before 21 jump street. Yeah. It was, it was. Yeah. Oh, okay. I don't care about that. Well, did you see the movie? The legend of Billy Jean? No, I never saw it. How long did it take John Hughes to write a 1984 film? 16 candles. I'm going to say a weekend. I'm thinking that was like a total. Tell me how many days, three days to weekend. I was just stuck with two. I needed a number. Uh, some of these are pretty easy, so I have to kind of don't care about that one. I don't care about that one. In the 1984 sci-fi horror flick, Night of the Comet, what soap opera veteran played the role of Doris Belmont? I don't think you know, that was kind of a, that was a crazy movie. Night of the Comet. Spike Lee joins, uh, and do the right thing. What was Spike Lee's character's name? You know that. Oh, I thought for sure you would know this. Brain fart. Uh, just think of Danny Aiello saying his name. Yeah. Because he was the delay. He would deliver the pizza. I'm thinking that Danny Aiello going fleabag. I don't know why. What was it? Don't bring her up. Mookie. Mookie. You know, you may love a movie, but someone answered the question at the wrong time. You just. Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. Uh, what kind of business were the Bower brothers involved in, in the movie Splash? It's kind of obscure, but. Not, uh, real estate? Produce. Ah, that's a good eighties, uh, you know. Like this makes no sense. Like this question, which action movie included Sean Connery in the cast? What the, how, uh, what? The one that queen did the music to. That's it. He was, you're right. And so many. Yeah, but come on. Action film. Didn't he do a lot of James Bond movies in the seventies to sixties? He did the one in 79, the unofficial, which I really liked. Uh, I've never, uh, I can't remember the name of it. The character of Teddy Du Camp. Featured in the 1986 film standby me, what act of cruelty did Teddy's father inflict upon him when he was a child? Held his ear to the oven, right? Hot stove. Hot stove and loony loony, the chance loony loony. Remember that that was, that was one of the most faithful adaptions to me of a Stephen King novel, not to take out it just like the novel, but when that guy's going loony, you always felt like there was some kind of supernatural thing going behind all that. It was a very dark movie. Yeah. Yeah. Uh, what's the name of the 1986 film starring Chuck Norris that was inspired by an aircraft hijacking that occurred the year before? What year? 86. I just remember the one where he went back to Vietnam. Oh no, I don't know. Delta force. That didn't have Steven Seagal in it too. Delta force? Oh, I'm thinking there was a movie where the plane was being hijacked and it had Steven Seagal and he died early in the movie. I was shocked that he agreed to that. Had a lot of big actors, a lot of big action. Uh, Kurt Russell was in it. Yeah, that's something else. Yeah. Uh, let's see how many Dave Phillips, King of the 45 says, how many days did it take in Eastwood to film bridges of Madison County? Oh, that's one of my favorite movies, but that was the nineties. What did it take it to film it? Probably 30 days. I'm going to say he's very efficient. I'm going to say seven days. I'm going to really, uh, give us the answer. Dave Phillips, King of the 45s. In the meantime, what special talent did Molly Ringwald have in the breakfast club? She let Bender put his head between her legs. Now, um, that's not a talent by the way. Hey, I like that. Uh, her gums were big. Her gums were normally big. I don't know. I forget. Uh, she could apply lipstick with her breasts. She put it between her breasts. Yeah. Yeah. What was the very first James Bond movie that was shown in the eighties and what was the last? Um, the first would be, it was Timothy Dalton. Oh God. The first would be Dalton and the last would be a Pierce Brosnan. I think I can't remember for your eyes. Only in 81. Oh, Roger Moore. Yeah. Oh, I screwed that one up. Yeah. And license to kill in 89. That was Timothy Dalton. I got the decades totally wrong. Yeah. License to kill was probably the worst James Bond movie because you don't make a James Bond movie take place 80% in Florida and then 20% in Cuba. You got to go over the whole world. Yeah. Yeah. You can't do that. You just can't. Uh, how many Nightmare on Elm Street movies were made in the eighties? Seven. Nope. Five. Okay. Yeah. Nightmare on Elm Street in 84, Nightmare on Elm Street part two, Freddy's revenge in 85, Nightmare on Elm Street three, Dream Warriors in 87. That one sucked. This is when they really, this is when they started sucking. Yeah. One and two, two was okay. It was, it was watchable. It was good. But then this Dream Warriors shit in 87, Nightmare on Elm Street four, the Dream Master in 88 and a Nightmare on Elm Street five, the Dream Child in 89. Robert Eglin made a fucking boatload of money in the eighties. Yup. Uh, Freddy's dead. The final Nightmare in 91 was Wes Craven's new Nightmare in 94 with the other two. He was funny. He brought humor to the role. They rebooted the movie. This whole remake thing was fucking horrible. Did you see that? I, I rented it and then we brought it home. So when you rented DVDs and I got 15 minutes into it, I'm like, where's the humor? Freddy's got to have humor. He's just goring people. And I'm like, eh, turn it off. You know, wasn't he played, uh, Freddy was played by the dude that was in the bad news bears originally. Uh, I'm not sure. I forget his name. He played, uh, Kelly, uh, the cool kid. Uh, then he played, uh, Rorschach in the, uh, the Watchman. Uh, okay. I think he played a phrase. Horrible, horrible, horrible. And I saw the picture of him and I'm like, oh, I can watch. And that may have been the first one where I said, they're remaking these movies and they're just like, cause you know what it was? Was it late nineties or two that now two thousands and nothing could be funny. It could be everything had to be serious and just think dark and fucking liberals came in and yeah, right.
"timothy dalton" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"And also formed in 85, the Indigo Girls, who actually have a song called Winthrop Mass, which is about my hometown. Winthrop Mass. One of them used to vacation there. They actually, yeah, it's called Winthrop Mass. Is that the vacation capital of Massachusetts or something? No. Cape Cod would be that. I would think. Cape Cod, AKA the Irish Riviera. Yeah. Bands that disbanded in 1985, the Boca Raton Symphony Orchestra. What did I miss? Jesus. If you were living in Boca, they wouldn't have broken. The Boca Raton Symphony Orchestra broke up in 85. And the classic role was never the same. It was never the same again. Because it was too damn hot to play in tuxedos. At the same time, the goddamn Fort Lauderdale Symphony Orchestra broke up too. What was going on in South Florida? The symphony orchestras were breaking up. Sorry, if I'm coming to Florida, I'm too damn hot to watch classical. I want to be in the cold. It's got AC. It's not like they're playing outdoors in the park. I like my snow. Yeah, no you don't. I don't. You just dodged a hurricane today. You're happy. The thing didn't even come close to us. I'm telling you. Yeah, I saw that whole trajectory, yeah. They come, I'm telling you, they don't come straight across anymore. I've been saying this for a decade. They come toward us, then they hook up to the Carolinas. Just ask Lou. Yes, they do. Or they come up and under and into the Gulf. They don't come straight across anymore. Yeah, it's an anomaly if they do come in. Yeah, it doesn't happen like that anymore. Poor Tom. Poor Tom. He can't get away from it. As Paris found out when he came here during hurricane season, we got hit. A lot of rain. And interestingly enough, being in the mountains, but his train, he took the train back in New Jersey and it was the tracks washed out in like Virginia. Nice. He calls it typhoon season here. And that's when he had my guitar, right? And he was like, I don't know. I said, how's the guitar? Is that okay? And he, God bless Paris, he kept that guitar. I saw the Amtrak ticket on it. Nice. Another band that broke up in 1985, believe this or not, Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show. They lasted that long? They lasted till 85. They were a hit machine. Mark, do you know where they were from? England, right? New Jersey. Really? Yeah, they're from like West Orange or South Orange or somewhere. I thought they were a Southern band. Yeah. Wow, I was thinking England. I don't know. Yeah, probably what they made is 85. The Emotions. The Emotions broke up in 85, so R &B. The Emotions in Motion. Hanoi Rocks. Well, I don't think they were long for the, what's their lead singer got killed? Thanks, Vince Neil. The drummer Razzle. The drummer, yeah, yeah. Yeah, thanks, Vince Neil. Yeah, exactly. Yeah, what a dick. Fuck. The Honey Drippers broke up. I hate Molly Crew. Sorry, go ahead. The Honey Drippers broke up in 1985. That was like a one-off. After a year? No, they were around like 83. I think they were around for a little bit, right? As a matter of fact, let me see. I'll give you the exact. Let me see. Jimmy Page played with them, didn't he? Well, it was Robert Plant's thing, and on that EP, he had Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page playing on it. 81. 81. That was 81? They started, yeah. Holy shit. It was a side thing. Yeah. The album probably came out in 82, maybe. 81, 82. 83, maybe. And then he was going to do more albums, but yeah, his solo career. To Perry's disappointment, Perry's, the AI, to his disappointment, this band broke up in 1985, Kajagoogoo. Jamal got bad advice to go on his own and capitalize on his haircuts. AITers. AITers are falling right now. And Perry had all their album. Perry had all. The greatest hit. The greatest hit. He's a big one. He's not too shy-shy. Shush, shush. Yeah. Too shy-shy. Perry's an AI. Too shy-shy. Perry's an AI. Perry's going to get into your system, too. Don't piss off Perry. He's going to get into your computer there. Give you viruses. Remember that Jurassic Park with the guy that played Numa? When they tried to get in the computer. You're going to get that one day. Yeah. Also, a band that broke up in 1985. The creators of one of the greatest club songs of the 80s. Going to take you to Funkytown. Lips Incorporated. Going to take you to Funkytown. Yeah, lip sync. Lip sync. With two P's, right? With the vocals from Battlestar Galactica. If you're going to have a one-hit, why not be Funkytown, right? Short-lived band, Supergroup. The Power Station broke up in 85. I love them. That was a great album. That was a good album. Marie Martin says she has that album. Lips Inc. Lips Inc. Well, she said, we miss Lamal. Was it Lamal or Jamal? That's Perry. That's Perry. Perry says we miss Lamal. He's got a poster of Lamal up in his AI chat room. Lip sync. All right. Is that a play on the words lip sync? Good point. Now you've got the spelling right, Marie. See, I know stuff. I know stuff, too, you know. You two aren't always the smartest in the room. I'm the dumbest in the room. I've always said that. I heard a great saying the other day. It says, if you're the smartest person in the room, you're in the wrong room. Oh, that's pretty cool. Good point. I like that. I did, too. I thought that was pretty good. Yeah, man. Someone asked me why. I said, because you ain't learning nothing. You ain't learning shit, yeah. And I said it just like that. Ain't learning nothing. Double negative. And to add on to that, if you're the dumbest person in the room, don't take it bad. Take it good. Learn, right? I don't mind being the dumbest. Just don't open your mouth because they're going to say dummy. Yeah, exactly. I've learned that well. King of the 45 shows up an hour and a half into the show. We've been doing the show every Wednesday night at 7.45 for the last year or whatever, and all of a sudden he's like, I missed it again. Wait, isn't that a Phil Collins song? I missed again. Yeah, missed again. Oh, whoa. Well, that's the beauty of the live stream, Dave Phillips, King of the 45s, the rewatch. You can watch it again. Watch it over the weekend. Everything we say is around forever, including that fateful anti-Italian comment I made before. Don't stop kissing his ass in the apartment. Who scares me? He's holding up a box cutter. Lou scares me. He's got a box cutter there. And I'm Irish. I'm going to show my chapstick, Lou. All right. The power station. Yep. They broke up with Robert Palmer. Robert Palmer. That was a great group. The late Robert Palmer. Yeah. He said he thought they were going to, they wanted to continue on. And he goes, he says something like, you know, he was older than him. He goes, I've been doing this longer. I don't need these kids to tell me what to do or something like that. Yeah. Yeah. Then they got Michael DeBar to sing. They were at Live Aid. With Michael DeBar. Yeah, they were. They were. He wasn't that good with them. I think he's an idiot. I think he's an idiot. I listened to his accent show. I don't think Sam Cooke was killed in a massive conspiracy. I think Sam Cooke was killed by, you know, he was wearing no pants and a jacket and the hotel manager shot him dead because he assaulted her. There's no conspiracy there. I could see, you know. Well, you know what? Too much cocaine will kill you. In the words of the late, great Rick James, cocaine's a hell of a drug. And Michael has. Cocaine's a hell of a drug. Perry says bad version of Bang and Gone. I disagree. I disagree too. I love that version. I don't mind it. Yeah. I love the drum at the beginning. The great Tony. Who is the drummer, Lou? The late Tony Thompson. Great drummer. Dude, love that intro. And then it just kicks right into it. But it has that annoying gated sound. That was the sound of the 80s. I have it in my digital kit. I liked it. I have a kit called Power. It's a direct sample of that kit. It's so funny to play with. Yeah. But I thought what they did was pretty clever. It's something like a hard rock. Oh, Andy Taylor on guitar. John Taylor on bass. What a great band. Yeah. Another band that broke up in 1985. Quarter Flash. That early. Wow. They were on for four years. That was it. The music was never the same. No. They had one hit harden my heart. And that was like 80, 84. Yeah. It was like 84. I saw them 83. Was it 83 maybe? I saw them back up Bob Seger at the Boston Garden. Oh, wow. Yeah. And they, you know, nobody knew any of their other songs. And then, of course, that's the encore song. Harden my heart. Yeah. With what key aspect of the song? The saxophone. That was the whole hook. You know what they were? They were the typical old band. Play a bunch of songs you don't know and they do the one hit. She played the saxophone. They were music teachers. I think there were high school music teachers. Okay. They had like a weekend band. She was a cutie. She was a cutie. You know. She was no Pat Benatar. No, she was no Patty Smythe. She was no Patty Smythe. They were like four non-blondes in the 90s. We saw Aerosmith and friends of mine were like, who is the four non-blondes open? Who are they? Who? I don't know. I said, keep listening. Keep listening. And they did that one song. Oh, that's who they are. I can't stand that song. The lead singer of Court of Flash was Arinda Sue Ross. Rindy Ross. She was a cutie. Another band that broke up in 1985. They are the creators of the one hit wonder of the 80s. The politics of dancing. Was that ABC? No. The politics of ooh, feeling good. The politics of dooving. Uh huh. Who was that? Reflex. Oh, okay. Reflex. I saw them back up Joan Armatrading. Really? Wow. She put an album out in 1985? Loved her, man. Loved Joan Armatrading. Although, we've had this discussion. It'll just start to irritate me and I'm having a good show. Don't agitate me. You want me to eat? We're an hour and 40 minutes in. I can irritate you. I know you can. You both can if you really wanted to. I think at this point you both know my buttons. Where's my guitar? That's penalty box just for thinking about. Just for mentioning it. Just for fucking mentioning it. He goes into the penalty box. He's asking for it. I miss Jack. I love Jack. I miss Jack. Right? We all do. We all do. But I don't miss that fucking guitar thing. I don't miss that. I know you're an irritator. No. I don't miss that. What are you doing, Mark? I was looking for something to hold up to the camera, but I don't know. So you've got to have your props ready, because at this point, Mark, expect to go into the penalty box at least once a show now. That's my second time. You're the bad boy of the milk case. I'm like the one tough player on the Montreal Canadiens. There's only one tough guy on that team. It's in his contract, isn't it? He goes, le punch, le punch, le punch. Let's see. Who else? Romeo Void broke up in 1985. What year did they get back together again for that show? The 90s. That show came out in the 90s, yeah. Oh, okay. Right. Yeah. She was like a teacher. You know, they find them at their regular jobs. Deborah Liao. Deborah Liao. Big girl. Big girl. But she could command the stage, you know? She owned it. Charisma is charisma. Yeah. Yeah. Another band that broke up in 1985, Scandal. Wow. Patti Smythe. Patti Smythe. She was a good-looking girl. Oh, yeah. And the whole job back in high school. A friend of mine saw her in an airport. It must have been a long flight. She looks a lot different on television. It must have been a long flight. You do get drinks in first class. Another band that broke up in 1985, Social Distortion. That early. I always liked them. I thought the dude was way ahead of his time with the neck tattoos. He had some really serious ink back then, and that was not that common. Neck tattoos and shit like that were not like it is today. Did they get a bad rap? Some said they're not punk enough, but it's a rock band to me. They had a little bit of, dare I say, rockabilly in there? A little cowpunk type. That was that LA thing. That was a thing in LA. Like X. Yeah. John Doe. Yeah. Let me see. They had Ball and Chain was one of their songs. Ring of Fire. Ring of Fire. They did a great version of Ring of Fire. They did some Behind the 8 Ball. What was that hiss? Someone's got the Schmiddies. I get it every once in a while. Let me see. It doesn't say. Mike Ness was the lead singer guitar player. That doesn't matter. But they had some radio play. And finally, I lose that. Van Zandt broke up in 1985. There's a band called Van Zandt. You don't remember them, do you? Yeah, I do. I do. Wasn't it supposed to be in Linyard, Skynyard? Well, they had a big hit called, not hit, but it was- It's called Whiskey. Something like Railroad something. I don't know. Donnie and Johnny Van Zandt. Right? Now, one of them went on to do Lynyrd Skynyard. Yep. The other one went on to do 38 Special. Very special. You know? I wonder if there was a sister named Bonnie. It's so weird, you know? Fucking penalty box. Is that three times? He's good for three each show, I think. He's got like a minimum. Give me the middle finger from the green room. I can't see the green room. He might get extended time on this one. Like a soccer match. Like a soccer match, extended time. What are you going to hold up now? What's that say? You two, go home. Go home, Scott. Go home. Go home. Biggest hits. The top five biggest hits of 1985. Give me kids. Start throwing some songs out there. Money for nothing. Nope. It's not in the top five. Yeah. Saving all my love for you. I'm going to go with Everybody Wants to Rule the World? Nope. Close, but no cigar. Okay, I know what it is. I know what it is. What is it? Shout. Yep. That was the number one biggest hit of seven of 85. Nope. Oh, yeah. We Are the World is. That's the second. Are you Googling, Lou? Are you Googling? No. I don't Google. As Lou looks down and I see his laptop reflecting in his glasses, I'm not Googling. I got my research. We research. All right. I know what it is. That's two. So Shout. We Are the World. Dancing in the Streets from Mick and David. Nice Rocker by David Hasselhoff. That was number six. Just missed it. Wait. I'm going to take a stab. Ready? Chaka. Chaka. Chaka. Chaka. Chaka. Chaka. Chaka. Chaka. Chaka. Chaka. There's three left out of the top five. Number one was Shout. Number two is We Are the World. What? Careless Whisper. Nope. Is this at the 80s? No, Marie. Top pop songs. Top pop. Of the 80s. Of the 80s? Of 85. 85, yeah. Yeah. Fuck. We Don't Need Another Hero. Nope. You're going to be surprised at number three. We Built a City. No. Oh, no, no, no. And We Dance the Hooters. Nope. Great song, though. Hmm. Raspberry Beret. Nope. Great song. Fortress Around Your Heart. Nope. Great song. Glory Days. No. Radioactive By the Firm. No. Great song, though. California Girls. DLR? No. The Lot. Julian Lemon. No, great song. But there's three out of the top five that you... Don't Come Around Here No More. Think about it. Think about... Nope. Think about... Every Time You Go Away, Paul Young. Just think about who was really big, and I'm giving you a hint for one of them. Who's one of the biggest stars of the 80s? Genesis didn't put an album out there. Of the 80s? Whitney Houston. No, but... Only He's a Miracle, Mike and the Mechanics. Nope. I'm stumped. Biggest stars of the 80s. One of the biggest stars of the 80s. Glenn Fray. She was the queen of the 80s. Sweet Child of Mine. Nope. She was the queen of the 80s. Jenna Jackson. I just said it earlier. Madonna. Yep. Material Girl. That was in 85. It was 85, yep. So that was one of the songs. Material Girl. Foreigner. I Wanna Know What Love Is. I Wanna Know What Love Is. Wow. It was number four. Yeah, Michael McDonald did a cover of that. And they're not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Number three. Number three. The number three biggest song of 1985. Aha. Take On Me. Wow. Okay. Out of all those songs you guys just rattled off, Take On Me was a monster. And the video did not earn it. Well, that's a song that video helped. If it's ever a song, it was a unique video. I had mentioned it. Did you see them through the acoustic version of that? I gotta watch it. I haven't watched it yet. You gotta watch it. Yeah. You gotta watch it. It's really good. Gives the song new perspective. Yeah. So, Lou, tell me something about what do you got in, you know, it's about 1985 that will... Well, I just had some big albums and soundtracks. Some soundtrack albums and stuff were. Girls Just Wanna Have Fun. I don't think I saw any of these movies. I saw that. It was a good movie. Okay. So... Oh, wait. No, I'm thinking of something. I don't think... There were no big songs from it. It wasn't like, you know, the Cyndi Lauper song. But Glenn Frey and Jack Temption, they were a piece with easy feeling. They had a song called On the Loose. Wang Chung's third album, To Live and Die in L.A., was actually the name of the movie. Great song. Yeah. Yeah. So that movie, To Live and Die L.A., was the introduction to number one bungee chords, bungee jumping. Was it? It was. Yes. If you watch the video, you see the dude jump off a bridge with a bungee. That was like an introduction to bungee jumping. And that's crazy stuff to do, by the way. That's one of those movies where the star of the movie dies like a quarter of the way into the movie. Like the guy you think is going to be the star of the movie gets killed like a quarter of the way into the movie. I didn't see it. Was that Wayne Peterson? It was a good movie. It was actually a good movie. It was very good. And that's a great song. To Live and Die in L.A. Yeah, that was her third album. Not to be confused with Walking in L.A., which I fucking hate that song. Was that? Walking in L.A. Ain't nobody walks in L.A. Missing persons? Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Dale Bozio at our worst. I have a friend who's a huge fan of that band. They were good, but her brother in drums had put in the same makeup and shit as she did to me. That was her husband? That's Terry Bozio. Oh, okay. All right. Frank Zappa fame. From Massachusetts. Yes. There was a movie called Birdie, Matthew Modine. But Peter Gabriel did the soundtrack to it. It was some pretty cool stuff. Birdie was a great movie. A good movie. That was his first collaboration with Daniel Lanois. Yeah. All the U2 stuff. Yeah. The Breakfast Club soundtrack. Yes. Huge. My favorite movie. What was a big hit out of that? Don't you forget about me. Back to the Future soundtrack. Yeah. I've never seen Back to the Future. What? That's a great movie, Lou. Watch it. I was doing something. I've never saw the, what was it? The Big Easy? The big... No. The Woke Up Newtown stuff. The Big Chill. The Big Chill. Never saw that. I never saw it. I saw that. I saw it in passing because it was on a television. Some girl that was 30 and never had sex. And then some guy doing too much cocaine. They all smoke weed. They drink wine. Listen to good music though. It was excellent music and it probably introduced me to Motown just hearing that soundtrack. Yeah. Kevin Kline. Great actor. And they did the, at the beginning, they did the You Can't Always Get What You Want. Oh, with the funeral. Yeah. Who was the actor in the funeral? Who was the dead friend? Did they ever say? I don't think they showed them. Maybe Maria. I never saw the movie. I know that that was the beginning of it. I didn't care to see the movie. Those are the movies that I didn't want to see it for some attitude reason. I didn't. Well, yeah. I just. I don't want to see that. I felt that they were kind of forced. It's like the one with, the other one with Demi Moore, the Brat Pack movie where, you know, I forget the name of that movie, but they're, they're kind of forced. Like let's make a dramatic, you know, about last night. No, it was another one where Rob Lowe played the bad guy and they, they show him with his bar band. He's playing saxophone. I forget the name of that movie. They're all kind of like a little force. Like you have a bunch of actors in the room. St. Elmo's fire. Dang. Yeah, St. Elmo. Marie Martin's on fire. Yeah. So I was talking to Jack today and I said, so he goes, what are you guys going to talk about? And I said, well, this, this, and this. I said, we're going to throw in some soundtracks and maybe some movies. And he goes, ah, fucking great. We go from talking about fucking Deep Purple to Sophie's Choice. What the fuck? That's great. That's exactly what he said. Oh, great. So Deep Purple to Sophie's Choice. What the fuck? Jack, you're not a movie buff. He doesn't want to take to the show. Uh, what else? Uh, so Kevin Costner was Kevin Costner, Marie Martin said, Kevin Costner. Was that in reference to the dead friend? I guess he's the dead friend. Oh wow. I have to rewatch. And did he talk like this even though he was a corpse? I'm Robin Hood. I feel fun though. Don't get me my bow. Yeah. Fryer talk. Maybe I'll have you in my Dances with Wolves movie. They call me the mariner. Yeah. I've got kills. I like Waterworld. I like that movie. That movie got slammed. That was the biggest flop of that year. Yeah. Dennis Hopper though. There's a financial flop. Yeah. Yeah. They spent a lot of money on water. This soundtrack, I think Mark, you might, if you haven't seen the movie, you might want to hear it. It was the Falcon and the Snowman. Oh dude. Dude. Dude. Pat Metheny. Pat Metheny. He just said dude three times. So he knows something. And what was the big hit from that? This is Not America. David Bowie and Pat Metheny. Yeah. And it's an excellent soundtrack. What's up with David Bowie? This is Not America. Then he gets with Trent Risen and says, I'm afraid of Americans. What's up with fucking David Bowie and America? He was alive. I tell him to go fuck himself. Scott. Scott. I know you. I'm afraid of Americans. You got a villain on your fucking shirt there. Sometimes you got to wear it on your sleeve, buddy. Wear it on your shirt. You know the story of the movie? Welcome to Sherwood, my douchebag. It was a true story, right? It was a true story. Yes, it was a true story. Yeah. It made me realize that Sean Penn, that was the movie where I realized he's a fucking great actor. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Because he was. Yeah. Was. Oh, come on. What has he done? What have you done for me lately? I got some movies. Oh, what do you got, Mark? No, no, no. Let Lou finish. A View to a Kill. James Bond. Yes. With Grace Jones. With Grace Jones. Yeah. Crush Groove. Crush Groove. There you go. A lot of people in that movie. Crush Groove. Yeah. That it? One thing I noticed, I was reading about. Lou just went totally blank on us. No, I know I did. I'm just reading. What was that? A human rain delay over here. He goes, Crush Groove. Crush Groove. A lot of people in that. You know, what Lou doesn't understand. And then head silence. We worry he froze up when he does that. That's what we're worrying about. I'm secure. So anyway, Lou has upgraded from his hot studio to a hot studio. With his, whatever kind of computer he had pieced together. Like some mad scientist. Frankenstein. To his nice comfortable living room with AC and a laptop. We like the new Lou. Oh, thank you. And check this out. I'm going to do a little swivel here. I still have France. There you go. He's still got France. He's still in France. He had us fooled the whole time. Let's fool the whole time. So that's a Jersey couch in France. Oui. It's a Jersey couch in France. They couch. One of those albums I was reading, was it the Southern Accents? Tom Petty. That was an 85 album. Robby Robertson is one of the producers on that record. Really? I did not know that. That's a great album. I'm like, what did he? Why have all this people like Dave Stewart's producing, Jimmy Iovine. Mike Campbell from the Heartbreakers. How did Robby Robertson get in there? Because he wanted to tell a story. And he got Robby Robertson. What was the jazz musician that Sean Penn played? Do you remember? Adam Stumpf? Chet Baker. He played Chet Baker? No. Major heroine. You had us for a second. You went with it. We would have believed you. Because you said it so quick and so firmly. A little makeup he could plan. My friend, Mark Flynn, right? The king of Google who comes on every once in a while and interferes in the board and the message board. He was here for like, I don't know. I always say with him, it was a good two-day visit. Unfortunately, the visit was four days long. Right? He would do what Lou did. He'll say, yeah, yeah, I was Chet Baker. I think. Yeah, yeah. He has such a way of making you think that he really knew it and then he would just always follow up with a very delayed, I think. Is this the guy that cut the pie wrong? The cake wrong? The pie. Like a fucking barbarian. That was weird. He's weird. As for that, he's weird. I love him, but he's... He failed geometry, obviously. Listen, weird people make the world go round. I'm weird too. Who cuts a pie out of a pie that's already been cut in a whole different spot? It doesn't even connect it. I don't know if I told you. I showed that picture to my son who has to have everything square in line and he went, that pisses me off. He got like really mad. Pissed me off when I saw the pie. What would you do to my pie? And then he said, dad, you would do the same thing. That's what he said. A pumpkin pie like a fucking animal. He just cuts it anywhere. Does he do that to pizza? I don't know. Fortunately, pizza already comes cut. So, so fortunately. You can fuck that up too. You can fuck that up. Oh, a friend of mine who stayed here this weekend also, because I had my fantasy football draft, sent me two Chicago style pizzas today. What kind of pizza? A Chicago style pizza. That's a casserole. I love that pizza. I do. I like it too. It wasn't too thick. I love it. The thick ones, I like the thinner ones, but... I got a brother-in-law from Chicago and he introduced me to Chicago. It's all the fucking same. Whether you put the cheese in the bottom and the sauce on top, the sauce on the bottom, it's all going in your mouth. It's tasting the fucking same. Why do people complain over this? Thin crust, thick crust. Once it gets in your mouth, there's no difference. A little bit of texture, but when you drink that Coke, it all melts in your mouth. What is this? This is all bullshit. These people fighting over slices of pizza. Fighting over slices of pizza. What's better? It all goes in your mouth. It's the same ingredients. Yeah. It's all the water. It's not the ingredients. No, no, no. It's not the water. It's not the water. It is the water. Because the sauce and the cheese overpower everything. And when you put pepperoni on, you're not tasting the dough. I think we need to let Lou talk about this, if anybody can talk about this. It's all what you like. I mean, I prefer the cheese on the top. I think it just adds a certain... It's a texture thing. See, he's doing the hand thing. He's really into this. You're a texturalist. All right, let's get off this. Come on, keep going. Keep going. That's all I got for soundtracks. All right, Mark. All right. I'm going to go with... I'm just going to mention, rattle off some movies and albums that really I liked. Style Council put out our favorite shop this year. And they had their... Some of their few hits. Shout to the Top. And When the Walls Come Tumbling Down is on that. All right. Big album. Head on the Door by Cure came out. That was the album that introduced me to the Cure. And I love it. Power Windows Rush. And that to me was, fuck, this is 80s Rush and I fucking love it. While everyone else was going, I don't like it. There's too many keyboards. Shut up. It's a great record. Yeah. If you're a fan, it's a great record. A truly bad album came out this year. Flash from Jeff Beck. I remember me and my good friend Bill Sharp buying it because we thought we were going to hear classic Jeff Beck stuff. And we heard... We hit the two hour mark. That's the new song. That's the two hour alarm. What was that? Metal rendering. No, take your time. That just lets us know we hit the two hour mark. Heart put out their album Heart. It revitalized the band. Done with Mirrors. What about Love on It? Yeah, yeah. Now Aerosmith put out Done with Mirrors. And I thought that was far superior than Permanent Vacation. I love that album. That came out in 85. That was a big getting back together with Joe Perry and it didn't go anywhere, you know, unfortunately. Marie Martin. That was Godzilla. Godzilla was not in Jurassic Park. Don't ever insult Godzilla again like that. If you look over here at the top of my pinball machine, right there, that's Godzilla right there. Tribute to Godzilla. I'm sorry, Mark. Continue. That's OK. The Firm came out. You know, big comeback for Jimmy Page and Paul Rogers. Yeah. I really like that album. OK, movies. Pale Rider. Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. Who had an early Michael Penn in a role in that. And that's a great movie. Michael Penn? I forgot. He was the son. He was the guy's son. Sean's brother. Yeah. The one from Reservoir Dogs. Oh, that's right. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. Passed away. Yeah. Vision Quest. I love you, Preacher. Whatever happened to her? I didn't see her after. She grew up cute. Yeah. I love you, Preacher. Do you think you did or not? You know, Pale Rider was the sequel to High Plains Drifter. Right. The man. He was like another version of the man with no name. Well, High Plains Drifter wasn't related. The man with no name was the good, the bad, and the ugly. That's right. It was like… But High Plains Drifter was a totally different person. Right. But it was like a guy that just wanders and, you know, he… A drifter. That's what he does. No, I'm not accepting that. No. Oh, all right. I'm messing with… No. Look, I love my western. The guy from High Plains Drifter… See, now you're getting into westerns. You're getting into my genre, buddy. The character from High Plains Drifter… I don't see a cowboy hat on your fucking head. And you never will either. Even though I work with horses, I ain't wearing a cowboy hat. Oh, you got me on that one. You got me. Okay. I'm sorry. You got me. High Plains… He came out… It's like a guy… A demon from hell came out. You know? In the same way, he just kind of poof. And there he is. You know? And did you… When you saw those movies, like High Plains Drifter, this is a perfect example of this. He goes into this town. It's the most depressing-looking town. Like, could you live like that? That's how they live, though. That's… Yeah. That's what I mean. It's like, you know, no wonder they drank. You know? I had the original movie poster for that. The original movie poster for High Plains Drifter. Nice. But, yeah, the West was very depressing. Yeah. They were just trying to eke out some… trying to make their fortune, doing what they could do, you know? Yeah. Tin Pan. My Huckleberry. What's the name of the show that was on HBO? Oh, yeah. With… Driftwood. Great. That was great. Deadwood. Deadwood. Deadwood. That's a true story, by the way. And who's the guy that got killed in the first season? He was… Well, Bill Hancock. Yeah. Yeah. And that was… And he really did get killed in Deadwood. Yeah, he did. Yeah. Shot in the back of the head by a coward. That's who's gonna play those eights and aces. The dead man's hand. Yeah. That's right. That's what he had. Yeah. All right, Mark Blount, sorry for interrupting. All right. So… That guy, they eventually executed that guy. Yeah. Well, damn good. Yeah. All right. So, Vision Quest, which I thought was a great… I liked it. It wasn't a big Matthew Martin. It was a great soundtrack. Dio was in it. Wasn't Madonna… Didn't Madonna do a song for the Vision? Yeah. And Sow Council. Yeah. They were… Walls come tumbling down. Of course, Lou mentioned View to a Kill. That's probably one of my favorite James Bond, because it's funny as shit. It was good. Yeah. Christopher Walken was great in it. Right on schedule. That's not Timothy Dalton? Is that Roger Moore? No, that was Roger Moore's last movie. His last one. Yeah. So, there's a scene at the end where he's on the top of the Golden Gate Bridge, and it's obviously a green screen in the back or whatever, and you see like all the wrinkles like, yeah, this guy's too old to be doing this. The Bride with Sting. I like that movie. Do you? Yeah, I do. Terrible.
"timothy dalton" Discussed on Cinemavino
"Welcome back to send Avino. It's good to have you all here with us. Hey. It's good to be here with you. We got Shawn Jordan. What's up? My name's Todd. Taylor Wednesday somewhere deep in the Himalayas right now. Conducting research. He was last seen on the banks of the Ganges heading east. Drinking fermented goat's milk. He has got to get that good bacteria. So this is installed with our bond series. We are going to look at three and a half. We had a half event. Yes. We had a mini pod over auto magic Secret Service. Check that out. Good stuff. It's George lazenby's one off Bond. Lazenby. Exactly. One off bond is my scar band. I like that. All very moody. It's all very shoe gazing. So this is simply Dalton's second film as James Bond. Timo D, first one was living daylights. Yep. Yeah. This is the 16th film in the series overall. This was released July 10th, 1989. Gross to a $156 million against a $32 million budget. Still pretty profitable. This was seen as a disappointment when it came out. I can see that. Yeah. I also see this as a disappointment. And we'll talk about it. The other way. Really? That guy. I'll surprise you. Well, it wasn't on her majesty's Secret Service also seen as a disappointment, but it was also one of the better ones. It's definitely got retrospectively better. People look at it now and we'll tell you it's one of the best in the series. What's the retrospective on this one? It's not that dramatic, but you'll definitely hear more and more people say that they enjoyed Timothy Dalton more now than they did then. I mean, I liked him if they don't as an actor. Yeah. Yeah. And this was definitely a turning point in the franchise. This was the final film to feature Dalton, obviously, as Bond last time to feature Robert brown's M last film to feature Caroline bliss's money putty.
"timothy dalton" Discussed on Cinemavino
"This one is the closest, most faithful adaptation to the book of any bomb movie. Really? Okay. They actually had an annotated copy of the book on set at all times to help stay closer to it. Which isn't always a good thing. I mean, I know that was like when a Stephen King's biggest issues with The Shining was that it wasn't super close to the book. And so he actually made his own miniseries that was more close to the book and everyone was just like, this kind of sucks. Why'd you remake The Shining? Yeah. I mean, if you take a string on a glass of film school, first thing you need to tell you is if you get tired. If you get hard to ride to adapt a novel, don't just write the novel. Yeah. Some stuff just doesn't play well. And that applies to everything. If it's Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and you're not going to please the fans anyway. Well, and honestly, I thought this story was good. I thought it was a good story. It didn't feel like it was like overly clunky, like it felt like a Bond movie. Had the most story story. Yeah, like a bomb movie. Yeah. I had a lot more depth, a lot more motion to it. Especially towards the end. And yeah, almost everything from it, all the characters, everything, even the ending, which polarized fans. Was taken from the book. So the book is the same way. We'll get to the end of it. Yeah, I thought. Yeah. The plot is pretty basic. It does mirror the previous you only live twice. It has Bond search for Ernst stavro blow film. It does create a continuity error in this movie because he met blofeld in the last movie. Right. And in this one, he doesn't recognize him. So they were going to cover that by saying when a bond had plastic surgery so it could go undercover. That's how they're going to explain the fact that he's a different actor. Right. But that was taken out of the script. Well, there's the great self referential line at the very beginning of the movie where the female lead runs off and he looks at the camera and he goes, this never happened to the last guy. Yeah, a nice little a nod to the fact that. Yeah, and then the Bond song started. Great monster. We'll get to that too, but great soundtrack. Yep, this is my favorite score. Who did this bond song? This was John Barry. So who did most of the most of the bonds all the way up to Timothy Dalton? He did.
"timothy dalton" Discussed on Horror Lasagna
"Was a little bit of a too handsome for the role if you will. And so I don't know and actually Timothy Dalton, a number of people, you might be one of the ones that is people's least favorite. Had a real a very good, not world weariness, but like he actually was one of the first ones to show emotion that maybe he fell in love too much and got fooled. He was vulnerable because if you have a love, they don't have to kill you. They kill your family. And anyway, all of them have had very different good aspects and one of the coolest things about them is that you got to have great villains for great heroes. And so, Ernst stavro blofeld, multiple incarnations of him has been very menacing the whole Specter. The whole version of that there's international combines that he's penetrating, but there really already inveigled into so many different things that you don't know who your Friends are, which is so much what spy movies are about. You can't read a John le car book or a ludlow book without going, what's the frame's phrase? It's a wilderness of mirrors. You just don't know and you hope that that someone will have loyalty that someone will be decent. Instead of being just a magnificent actor, a bastard actor. So is remi malek really good as a villain? He is good, but honestly he wasn't as menacing as I thought he could be. He was, I thought a little bit too contained whereas Christopher waltz has blofeld really knows how to choose scenery and be menacing while being very polite about it. That first scene where he was in, I think inglorious bastards, right? Where he's the Jew hunter, and he's like, in a family's farmhouse and he's like sipping a glass of milk while all the implications are, I could have all you killed and in fact I'm looking for more people to kill, but he's being so polite and talking about, do you like it here? If you know what I mean, he's really got that. I don't know that crazy edge to him. I always liked close Maria brandau. He's another old guys that you're like, he might not be all he's not. He can be due crazy well, and especially I've lost track now, which movie was which, but he had, where his love that was maybe going to stray with James Bond, a lot of his world conquest plans make a lot of money, you know, steal the nuclear weapons, they were all warped by like he's really in love, but obsessive love with this woman. I think maybe domino, maybe it wasn't. And seeing him.
"timothy dalton" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"And then roger war which We're talking about and they. They're putting on him was that he was charismatic entertaining but when he said things just there wasn't a lot of meat to it now. A lot of substance and just a lot of big budget stunts. So we'll see how that what we think of if that applies to live and let die teaser. I think this our author and i come to these movies for different things possible And then i say timothy dalton then sean connery than the best daniel. Craig do grew this list. Well considering i've seen one. Roger moore movie to sean connery movies. And all the daniel craig. I don't feel very qualified to answer in honestly. Don't care like all three of them have brought a different flavor to the character. And i really. I can't tell you how little emotional investment i have in like. Did he get bond right. Don't care like you do what you want alcohol. Show up as long as there's good stents you know just and as long as i have my dad and my life which i hope to have for a very long time because my dad is a huge james bond fan Like a casual watcher. He loves james bond ends That was like his number one thing that he was really sad about in the pandemic. I mean obviously there like actual things out about Ha but like just a personal thing. That's like this isn't really a big deal but it feels like a big deal to me. Was that time today. Got kept getting pushed back. That's funny. He was so excited while has seen the now. Yeah we went to see it this weekend. And he's like. I can die happy tonight. So should we talk about the movie. We're talking about though living la. Yeah let's talk about. Let's live and let die. live in. Let us try. And figure out this plot summary because foyer platin- james bond movies are there. Something was put it that way in all of them. Natural this one. But this one has some special treats in it Yeah this. I agree with that you know. I have a problem sometimes in movies though with the big reveal not making sense to me. What the block is but like i remember in ironman. Robert downey junior in his first yet sherlock movie toward the end. You know we have this big reveals big speech iron man. We're talking about sherlock holmes but you first-stage downey junior as man okay but did not sherlock holmes will you said ironman robert downey junior sherlock holmes. I think i follow this. I think you're referring to robert downey junior as iranian in sherlock holmes. I just want Yeah we're talking about sherlock holmes because there is kind of a reveal an ironman too. Yeah but yep as in robert g. sherlock holmes movie i remember we gets to the big reveal.
"timothy dalton" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
"New New bomb before his brosnan in in goldeneye so you in capable hands and they put together a the foam the wa sipa i in some ways maybe to how less violent way tarantino visit but you a third year it you'll bombed who looked young very defecit and a fabulous story line based completely around the fleming novel either. Green was a soul trie. Fem fatale bone go. Had another side. Said volt rigo and was magnificent as bonds love interest. Probably the best love interest of bond since done a reagan on the magic secret service marvelous casino scene. And you had you had some gadgets stripped down it was like a neater type of old fashioned but in the same way very modern type of their the cinematography was out of the water is marvelous. And then for the ladies. You had daniel craig and his six back stepping out of the ocean in those blue swimming trunks. That for the second. I'm wearing many see casino. Royal as a as a fabulous maybe the best ball movie out there. And i watched it the other night from the very beginning is shot in black and white to the sweeping scenes. Look along the italian coastline bombs torture saying being a belted in the ball nor by cricket bowls. Masimba commit some murders episodes but it was a knotted rope being slung into Into the crown jewel so to speak and that really was on the emergency secret services. You know what i'm saying but it was talked about this before and i guess to be used. What seminal ball movie yet. The aston martin db five and then straight after. You had quantum of solace. Now if you watch quantum of solace as a separate movie and there's a right to strike on the script is all over the place. I mean daniel craig given wrote the script for quantum of solace but if you watch it on that separately it makes no sense and is not a particularly memorable movie if you watch it straight off the casino royale which i did the other day it makes complete sense of the wonderful car chase through the tomlin. The aston martin is a wonderful. Start to the movie with mr white in the back of the car. But you need to watch it straight off the casino royale now dominate green as the leader contin and have a disappointing bone. But what just straight off casino royale if you have the stamina dirge and you would appreciate quantum and solace much much more to sam mendes films sky. Full inspector has a huge contrast amongst bon critics and film film go across the whole of the world. I mean suspect is is criticized as a sort of bloated edition of the ball movie correct on that. I think i expect is an excellent movie but sky fall was one of those movies that you see. It was a hazard of epic proportions about it. I mean the boom villains. Make such a difference. heavier mme. sova was disturbed. Sit have megalomaniac who had worked for my six back in the day and had a mountain that That the bomb felons haven't had a fabulous bone villain in sky for and then the back story of judi dench has lost movie is. Am was with a tragic story. Taking bond to scotland the image again the cinematography and sky full and across the daniel craig move is the hall where tremendous bombed in db five driving from london and he stops in. The scottish highlands across misty more a babbling brook and that iconic image bomb tolkien whilst looking out of the scene of the countryside near his old child at home a sky full really sticks in the mind. I mean that would make a poster great still and then the end of it the the the sort of havi. Dan's henchmen and and the patties come along in a helicopter to sky for this bond 'em and also the gamekeeper battling it out against New age weapons. Is this a little bit of the a team about it. Would be barack is making a machine gun out of a potato machine. That's that's how it felt but it was wondrous iconic bond his bob jacket practicing shooting. I mean there's so many smaller elements to to that ball movie that stand out in the mind and make it big nevis. Casino royale was pushing back. The boundaries felt like a nine hundred sixty seven prestige. It sky full felt modern. It felt vulnerable bombed showing emotions. It It was an epic movie. As i said with a very very epic soundtrack and the lovely songstress adele really singing one of the best tracks so then we come to spec to specter diffuse upon. How has that shadowy specter across the whole of the bond series that echoes sort of former age bond villains with blofeld coming back into the fray as bombs long stepbrother. I mean it was. It was the convoluted plot in many ways mendez and his second directorship of a ball movie really tried to throw the kitchen sink into the movie. Everything went into the some of the iconic elements of the former bond. Movies went into specter. And in my mind. I'd love that part of it in other people's minds so my good friend didn't cohort occasional co hosted. The show uncle jim he hated it. He felt too much was being thrown into it. But i love the train. Seen the white jacket with lucido madeline swans character. And i love blofeld. I don't think. Christopher walz christoph waltz as blofeld was the right that was right blofeld. In my opinion telly. Savalas was the icon both old but christopher i mean he's a great actor watching glories bastards if you're thinking tarantino. He was in that movie but he didn't he wasn't the right character wasn't menacing enough so my me within his campus charles gray and diamonds are forever but there's actually the campus about it wasn't wasn't quite there is a good idea bringing that both and then sort of subplots weren't great as well but again. Visually spector was an amazing amazing movie. And i think it set up no time to die. People saying this will probably bring down no time to die because you have to follow. What happened inspector. I think the answer because bringing black lohfeld inspector was i in scriptwriting wise a genius idea but people are concerned that the new movie may hearken back to a movie. That wasn't that popular is a good movie. You had to add everything frozen into it. All the bomb the iconic bond elements referred into spec to make it feel a little bit bloated over stuff. Maybe at times. But it's a tremendous movie and it and it's got me incredibly excited for the next one. So as i said i'm trying to keep away from all social media elements in no time to die. I watched all the stuff about the premier the day princess. Kate duchess of cambridge looking marvelous in that gold. Emmy she looked like She could have been aimed. Goldfinger with goals sparkling frankly. She had on daniel. Craig is pink jacket. Many people saying he's a little bit too pink to be wearing a pink jacket. Good on new daniel with pink jacket. Although it did look a little bit austin powers from the spy shack me in my mind better. Got me very excited for this wednesday. I don't think anybody's going to be. I mean i think pe- league i'm crazy. My dearest love things. I'm crazy. I think being this excited about a bond movie but you know what does i said as i said at the top of the show. It's like christmas eve for me. So wanna keep away from the spoilers. I'm hoping it's going to be a bit like message. Secret service a lot of vulnerability a lot of emotion beautiful cinematography. I already know that it has that. I've seen seen enough of it. Being bond is a great daniel craig's sort of little motif documentary about the daniel. Craig is filmed by a friend of his. So it's quite a little bit more intimate than some of the interviews is seen with daniel. Cry but i will be sees to see craig. Oh i think he's. I think he could have got a few more movies. In the along the way. I think he was getting tied at the time specter but he's reshaped it and sort of multifaceted from a brutal killer in casino royale and and contemplates solace to showing all the emotion in sky. Full a little bit more humor injected into spec to with some of the older characters coming back and then no time to die is sort of going to be his opus. Maybe i'm hoping say as had tried to keep away from the spoilers but there we go. This is being keep calm and cauliflower cheese special bond edition and you're very welcome to it. How would you rate your favorite james bond. I saw tally today. That daniel craig top. Sean connery timothy dalton is number three. Would you put timothy dalton as number three. I would put connery talk with with daniel craig. Maybe after that. I put lazenby above dalton bras needs to be looked tab little bit more. He's been criticized recently for his betrayal. As bond you know look at golden world is not enough to fabulous movies but if you look in terms of essence of movies casino royale link it to quantum of solace all the first policy communists solace those two together Were unbelievably good. And then you have sky. Full inspector together is immense movies again. Certainly not a surly criticize and then to close off the last chapter. No time to die. What are we gonna be expecting with no time to die. I tell you something. It will be unwrapping that sort of unknown christmas present on christmas morning for bond fan. That's the best simply the best. Thank you for listening to the podcast today key coming cauliflower cheese bonds special number two and it's been delightful to talk about one of my favorite subjects. Bob's favorite subject is yourself. No no no no bonders up. Their food is the henry. The sub their dogs as many music but bond is definitely one of my specialists subjects whereas mastermind. I think i'd do rava well but you can listen to the show across all of the platforms from apple music spotify. There's a gain a musical important butler edition with some of the movie favorites from the living dilate daylights to sam smith writing on the wall. And no time to die. Billy irish what do you think of that. Movie that sahlin cinematic brilliance to it chin but coming up next we do have bombed influence poem to close proceedings. Either describe onto a child. You might read them this poem here to end the program. My name's bond james bond. I drive an aston martin. I carry a wealth. pk crashed karzai. Bash bars. I splashed ause. I catch chicks. Choices two picks. I have my tricks. I am bombed fond of blonde. I wave my wand and they cannot look beyond. I have the licensed to kill the license to thrill i have the license to fulfil and hopefully i fulfilled you bombed last over these last few podcasts. We keep coming cauliflower cheese to bond editions. i'll be back with the normal type of pocus defend next week As chappie out for now and go out there go watch football movie. It needs to do believe needed to save the movie theaters out there. And i think it will but until then cheerios now..
"timothy dalton" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
"Roger moore did to. He came much harder. Version of a bond. And that's what he bought the living daylights and latterly a license to kill bazant. Absolutely the hanging tune gladys knight of gladys knight in the pips About the pips on this occasion she She gave a rob a lovely soulful rendition. But she actually. She was a pacifist and she did not like the fact that she was talking about having a license to kill and she said it regretted it and she said she was paying an actress. Part and putting on a putting on a face to record this chair and a is a is a is a lovely little soulful track. As i say god does not really didn't want to record it and was talked into it. Licensed to kill was very violent. It was that right at fifteen but the bomb film to be rated fifteen Really do two things. Firstly bombs all cohort felix lighter. He was wonderfully paid by By david henderson who had played felix lighter bonds body in live and let die with roger. Moore who is good friends with he. He came back to pay felix lighter in licensed to kill and ended up having his leg. Better off by shock basically or more by a shark so that was one reason. It was a fifteen and the second reason to have a sense of sort drug theme running for it with the heroin smuggling with sanchez. Robert davi played a brilliant villain. I it was an edgy uncomfortable. Type of all movie but it was. It was a great a great Late eighties bomb. Movie i mean it was blown out of the water with somebody hits of the day. Indiana jones loss. Crusade ozzy starring Former bone connery in playing Playing indiana jones dad so it was blown out of the water in one thousand nine hundred nine with all ever movies and many people at that point. Four bond was bombers passed it. And may i said it was violent it evolves somebody blowing up an compression chamber. It had the uncomfortable nature drugs about it but if you watch it now that movie has not dated too far and it is a good Pretty violent type of caper. One that You should if if you might daniel craig movies. This set of hodge dalton bomb the second bombed Really really came out to play the partner in a superb way. Second time around and that time people voted return. But that indeed was was dalton's lost james bond effort so timothy dalton had originally set to sign up to three james bond movies and the third would have paid ninety nine thousand nine hundred ninety two ninety three but they post strachey went out for the new timothy dalton movie at that time but which i thought was going to occur at the one thousand nine hundred cannes film festival at that time albert broccoli the producer party company richard mabel also director john glenn so he's looking for directors and the production for the movie. The new movie that never occurred was going to start in one thousand nine hundred hong kong for release in one thousand nine hundred ninety one it would have featured a terrorist attack on british nuclear facility in scotland threatening to cause world war three so it was the essence of bombers traveling to east asia to investigate corrupt businessman's henry lee and also joe fish chang. Connie web and also bond was fighting with his former mental debt. Hong crisp it would also be featured The chinese ministry state security as part of that and there was a scene of a cyber attack on scotland and bond failing in the mission in libya and this was the essence of the script. And i mean dolton declared. I think in two thousand ten. They're even token to directors ready to go but in nineteen ninety. Mgm was sold for one point five billion to clinics and australian american finance services. The started making television programs. Kleenex couldn't provide fifty million letter of credit. So the deal fell apart and the french company called papa. Entertainment quickly moved into by mgm for one point. Two billion emerged companies create md empathy. Communications party peretti intended to sell off the distribution rights to the studios catalogs who could collect advance payments to finance buyout. And this including the broadcasting rights to w seven they didn't danjaq. You've made the bomb films. Many many years to sue at this was the this is what caused. This is why the chinese themed world war three nuclear facility. Terrorist attack never happened. The movie never happened with dalton and this went home for about two or three years and at that point delta state delay. The film ended his contract in one thousand nine hundred so peers. Brodmann took took the pace so his brosnan was basically all chocolate box. Bond as i said earlier in the podcast he had been considered as early as for your eyes. Only octopussy living daylights. He was tied up with remington steele but he was finally available to play bond. And i think in many people's minds. I mean you look. People have an image of jesus christ middle eastern long bid for many people in in the minds. I when they think of bond they think that pierce brosnan has a looks of bombed. If you imagine that's what he looks like biz brosnan many minds this sort of jesus christ it bonds now. There's a controversial comment. I don't think he's the best bond but he certainly looks like james bond. He's a chocolate box. on these. The milk tray man. Bond as i said yesterday podcast and my mother mother doors him golden. I was a movie from bungee jumping off the top of the world's largest dam at the beginning to chase in a train. I mean you had shown being who'd been considered as bombed as well. I mean i know. There was many people who auditioned to be bombed at the time. I mean they always had browsing mind. Granted auditioned to be bombed and imagine money who had been on absolute how to say. The words miss moneypenny. A very terrible goose. You know just just seeing me boy. You girl standing in front of you saying that i love you. Yeah he crop would work does bond but He was considered but pierce brosnan. The chocolate box got apart in a rip roaring nineteen ninety-five movie. It was fantastic yet. A women who crushed victims with her thighs on atop coming out. With one of the classiest names you had to holy good head pussy galore but on atop the russian agent with a thermos in the whole world. She was here. Archetypal fem matale bomb villain. Tastic bond villain. And then a sean bean. It was marvelous as deranged. W six an agent. That had gone wrong. That later appeared in.
"timothy dalton" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
"We said decide. Well how are we going to do this. You know all we going to cover this in one episode and you know you probably realize most of keep coming color. Fly flower cheeses off script. This is being completely off script. This is me talking about bond from memory. Good memory but from experience from reading i mean i. I should be a mastermind for james bond. This without the this is a completely off off script and you probably we. But we came to the lost roger moore movie and i remember at the time. I wanted a wolfer k. Gun and You could buy it Toy stores the james bond gun from view to a kill and you had it with bond was on the eiffel tower and my parents bought me the wolf of k. Replica gun with roger moore tau behind and had holster as well. I could put under my my foe sort of fake tuxedo. Jacket absolutely lovely. But at that. Point roger moore did look very old had the facelift. The skin was pristine very tightly tightly together there while john. But now i think daniel craig may look older than roger moore did in hundred thousand five with you to kill but it was is an interesting movie is. It was an amusing movie as all the roger movies were. You had grace jones at playing a marvelous marv's villainous. You had christopher walken playing zarin. Who is Basically put together in a nazi lab and They created an arian bond villain ins always tremendous all the movies You had the very lovely tanya. Roberts savvy died recently. Who i mean. I think underrated the bongo definitely. And she had a sort of sultry presence. She first introduced in. Charlie's angels and and you soar in view to kill as well. I mean it was a gain humorous romp times. Some of it was brutal. I mean roger moore hated the machine gunning of zarin to the people in the mind. That was sort of brutal for jamal. Movies and then it had the most brilliant of soundtracks with view to kill and the eighties wanted that. Were so at this point in the cost getting to close it for today. We're gonna continue with our sort of almost. Like tolstoy warren peace look at bombed. We're gonna covered timothy dalton. Next time we're going to cover piz brosnan navas favorite. I mean i think my my mother. You'd never let pays brandon gunman near my mother. Because she would like feed him out yorkshire pudding. Stews should never let him escape. Basically i mean she's he's her milk tray man name. We have daniel craig. What craig movies. But as i said. I just do one james bond edition of the keep coming off of the well. You know what let's do to let's indulge with two additions of this most superb film series. And we're going to finish off with a little james bond poem and As i said you can listen across all the platforms apple. Music spotify iheartradio. We have james bond musical edition as soon different mixes that have bombed version of your is only just some version of all time. High wood pulp from the david arnold collection. So there's a lot going on in the music emporium if you like james bond if you like spy music but coming up next the bom poem. This was the next head of the poem from sky. Full lord alfred tennyson ulysses. We have not now that strength. Which in old days moved earth and heaven that which we are. We are one equal temper. Heroic hearts made weak by time and fate but strong in will to strive to seek to find and not to yield so that closes the bond special pocus a first edition. We move into the eighties. Nineties and two thousands noughties does get nausea. That's for next time. But thank you for listening to the podcast and until tomorrow chappie will be back true.
"timothy dalton" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"No time to die. The latest james bond the latest the latest ever last. Yes the last for daniel craig and i wanna hear. This man looks good. I'm getting really intrigued by it. I was wondering. Are you surprised that they're not delaying it again. That they're finally just like they're taking. The josh peterson advice. And just saying you know what we're just gonna throw it out there and see what happens. Yeah i mean. I'm not surprised because this was the first movie delayed right like a win. Cova very first. yeah it just. It's one of those things now and like much like top gun. You re you on the internet and you read like comment boards and stuff. You see people just getting to the point where they're tired of like they don't wanna watch it anymore so now with this new trailer. I'm excited i'm really excited. And this is this is. This is daniel craig's final outing bond in what happens next like are they gonna have a new bond or they just gonna follow. Continue the story with the New double seven. We don't really know but the big question here is. Do you think that they can give daniel craig his out without killing him. Do it all depends on what he wants. Because sometimes the actor asked to be killed off know you hear those stories about you know harrison ford wanting to kill off his character after the first star wars when you wanted to kill them off in empire strikes back or the empire strikes back and you wanted to kill himself. Then you've heard other actors that want to be killed off or they get off of television series and they have you written off and they're killed often an accident or or using a hospital drama somehow land in the hospital themselves and you see them unplugged. Beep beep beep beep flying and their dead in fact. I think there's a situation going on with the resident or one of the shows this year series this year. That's going to debut their season with one of their characters who Being written off the show and just fashion. so yeah. it's it's kind of funny how that's happening but yeah i would say my answer to you is he. Is going to be killed off so this is. This is interesting because i kind of agree with you. But like this this would end the current continuity of james bond as we know it right because if throughout the series whether it was sean connery or george lazenby or timothy dalton whoever there's been little breadcrumbs pierce brosnan there's been little bread crumbs that have connected like one bond. Every every time they change actors it's connected one bond to another right like one bond film to the next judi dench. I guess would be the latest bright chrome reich because she was in the pierce brosnan films..
"timothy dalton" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"And I haven't seen one since. I think I might have seen quantum of solace and not liked it? I don't know why that movie was made. I can't remember there being any real point to it. But then like Skyfall is great. Scaffold's great. Yeah, I love Skyfall. Oh, yeah. How was specter or No Time to Die? No time did I was the one coming up Specter, I really enjoyed people, I went with it like it. But Skyfall was great. I got to see it in Sony's private theater in London. Because I was writing some dream come true, yeah. It was perfect. I was writing for the quietest. I'm a store for the quietest, but I just sort of started and I think about colonel's son, and their film at her just called me up one day and I was like, hey, you doing anything this afternoon? You want to go to Sony's private theater and watch the new Bond film a month before anyone else can see it? Yes. And it was the seats were so comfortable and it was just awesome. That is so cool. Yeah. The living daylights, I would recommend as well. I like Timothy Dalton. People thought he was a bit too serious maybe and the next movie he did was a bit too serious. But the living daylights was the first one I saw in the theater, my dad took me to see it. I like that a lot. I mean, Dalton was a good bond. Yeah, okay. So he solved that . So that was good. Well, I have to say that you've kind of inspired me to kind of want to do it because it's I'm always I'm currently reading a variety of things. But the not the fiction that I've been reading has been the miss Fisher's murder mysteries, which is an Australia, Australian private eye set in 1928. And the thing about briny Fisher is she's good at everything. She is literally if she were a Dungeons and Dragons character, she would be a max max character. She's good at she's beautiful. She's rich. She has a gold plated gun. She can ride horses. She could fly airplanes. She's an acrobat. She and she's always on the right side of history..
"timothy dalton" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"Wait a minute. Pardon me, a quick PSA. Well, I read you a paragraph. From the George Robert lazenby, Wikipedia page. 1939, you guys, an Australian actor and former model, the second actor to portray James Bond. And he played the character on her majesty's Secret Service in 1969. The shortest among the actors, he was also the youngest actor he was 29. And he was a non Brit, the only non Brit. Yeah. Okay, later. Yeah. Go ahead. Questioning about that is before Daniel Craig, all the actors came from a different territory of Britain, like Connery was Scottish. He was Australian. Roger Moore was English. Here's pros and his Irish and Timothy Dalton as well. Oh, do you think they did that on purpose? They were like, we're gonna not at all. No, not at all. But it is a curious fact, I think. It is a curious British, they went to the colonies. So was there ever an American cast? No, but there was talk of it, which I just don't think would be right. Well, I feel like I can't see it. Right. You know, cumberbatch. He's played everything else. That would be a weird thing for him, Sherlock, Doctor Strange. He actually American? No, but he does an amazing American accent. So I was just like, if he played him, but with an American accent that would actually kind of crack me up because it would be. It would be another parody, though, so. I think in his younger days, David Lee Roth should have done it. That would be fantastic. David Lee we're off on Van Halen? Van Halen, yeah, it's combining my two great loves. I mean, can you imagine it just like that high energy, you know? Right. He went solo. If I remember correctly after Van Halen, did he not? First concert I ever saw. Okay. I was ten and the 1984 tour I was 8 in my older cousins, again, who I mentioned got me a lot of cool stuff. I remember my cousin Keith. My mom and begging her for me to come with them to see the 1984 tour my mom was like, no, he's 8 years old. You think you're sold? You're gonna take him to a rock concert? But then two years later, David Lee Roth went solo in his first solo tour in Keith called my mama began, and she let me go. And, you know, it just changed my life..
"timothy dalton" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"Return to acting. It's really hard for me to think of a scenario in which. I would want to go back. I'd love my life now. i feel like it. I had a great career as an actor and for the most part i enjoyed it. You know you can never say never because who knows what's going on with the world but it's it's hard for me to imagine kind of what what would need to happen for me to go back because i just have so many things that that i really love doing right now. It when you're done with acting you head to uva you major in sociology. I wanna say this twenty ten and then you meet the love of your life. And do i have that. Correct is at timeline close. I actually met jeremy in los angeles so we we met in nineteen ninety eight actual on that part of it. Okay yeah so we. We met when i was when i was still an actor. I did a movie called beautician and the beast at that was freshmen. Timothy dalton. Okay okay okay. Yeah and so. There was an actor in that movie who played my boyfriend. He and i got to be friends. And that so i was hanging out with him after the the shoot and met his roommate. Who is now my husband so we have. We have known each other for a very long time so yeah. We actually moved to virginia together via to graduate in twenty tons. That that's right. Yeah how much does that help you. Because you. I mean for those listening. You have a full plate. You have two books. The first of which is called not just the anxiety depression and learning to embrace your weird. The second is called. You look like that girl child actor stops pretending and finally grows up. You also do things with as you mentioned veterans. And i think it's weekly letters and meditation and yoga. I mean is there. I mean i i regret asking you about ever returning to acting because i don't know when in the day you would fit that into your schedule. I said yes like talk about you. Know your approach. Every day must be great. Because you're helping people every single day so say whatever you'd like because it's a pretty amazing life and you're doing some pretty special things. Thank you that that means a lot to me honestly. Yeah so you know. There are many reasons for leaving the film industry but one of them was that my anxiety and depression was just absolutely debilitating an out of control and i realized that i had to really handle that and figure out how to kind of take my my life back because it really was all controlled by by this anxiety depression so i needed to really go on. This amena. Use the word journey which is totally cheesy. But it's true. Like i had to go on this journey of figuring out like how do i cope with these things that i have going on. And so i i. You know i found these tools. That are incredibly effective and helpful this. You know mindfulness therapeutic. Writing yoga breathing exercises meditation. All of these things. That really helped me immensely. And it's not that. I no longer have anxiety but it is manageable and i have these tools to go to when i feel overwhelmed. I just have this entire toolbox now. It's like okay. Here are the things that. I know that i can do to help you know. Keep this attitu- rather than having it go all the way up to like nine point five and so you know all of those things were they saved my life literally like not hyperbole like they saved my life and so you know. What kind of evolved was that. I felt so grateful that i had these things that that could help me so much and then i just felt really selfish not telling other people about them because there were so many other people that i saw struggling with the same things and you know. Maybe they didn't want to go the medication route which i am not anti medication at all. I have literally seen it save lives but it's not always what's good for everybody and it doesn't always need to be that first line of defense so you know for people who wanted to something else for people who felt like nobody else understood that there were no other options for them who may be felt like. They tried everything but they had not tried these things. I felt like i i really wanted to share those because it had done so much for me and i realized that not enough people were were aware that there there were other things that you could do in even if you didn't have you know access to therapist or money to pay for one you know there are things that you can do in your own home without leaving without you know access to other things without paying a lot of money that that can help you to learn how to manage. What are are really really difficult things you know. That's wilson was there a teacher or a mentor mentor. Lisa that you had or was this kind of did you teach yourself a lot of these things. A how do you hone your craft admitted things like meditation and yoga and obviously the other things. But how did you become familiar with all these things. So i'm a dork. Just read everything. I can get my hands on in terms of yoga. I did my yoga teacher. Training at apollo. Which is up in massachusetts. And i had some really incredible teachers up there so that was a really important piece of it for me in terms of how to teach yoga not as an exercise right like not as oh i wanna get super bendy 'cause i wanna put my foot behind my head and you know i i wanna like at the cute yoga right. It's not about. It's.
"timothy dalton" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"Of course it's out in the distance and you could see it a couple of times as he's saving this woman tracy. It's there the whole time. He's running across the sand. It's still there as he enters the water and grabs her and as he picks her up and carries her carries her off of the water. The ships gone now very slow moving and so and now it's gone. It's going to get that one in one type. Make sense that the ship would named. Yeah well sure they weren't gonna get. They certainly weren't that does show you. That ship was not part of the move ships. Not moving and they weren't going to get the ship back for another day. That's for sure. So anyway he sets her down on some dry sandwiches. Okay and then. He gently taps cheek three times. Try to wake her up and she comes to looks up at him like she's totally surprised because you know she passed out and all of a sudden she's on the beach and she's looking up at this guy. Who is this guy whatever you does. She doesn't know he has dan. Tell us who is this guy here. We see for the very first time. Now we hear the gentleman say good morning and this. I love the camera angles switches. And it's looking up at him. As though was the woman looking up at him. It's acting that's really cool. Shot nice touch. My name is bond. James bond all right all right we have the new bond. Canneries gone this guy george. Lazenby is in. We see the camera from below as though she's looking up at him terrific and he continues. Miss you didn't get too far with that. Here are intro to george lazenby. As james bond is very close in a way to house sean connery was introduced to us in dr. No a lot of stuff happens before each says their famous line bond james pot now as you mentioned. They slowly revealed connery in dr. No they had this. You know miss thing happened. Yeah as they're trying to figure out the name kind of thing which is kind of like reminds me a doctor's note with the entertaining interchange between sylvia trench and bond. So yeah they eventually they show us that this is bond and i really liked how they did this however they didn't do that. Slow reveal for roger moore and live and let die in the living. Daylights timothy dalton is one of the guys who parachutes in. it's not a slow reveal. You see his back and then he turns and you see his face. Pierce brosnan does get a slow reveal as the you know. He supposedly the guy who bungee jumps from the dam. We see his face for the first time when he's laser trying to cut the metal and then didn't daniel craig gets introduced. It's another quick flashback. But there's no slow reveal here. I really like the slow reveal and it was initially added dr no after they got the idea from the nineteen thirty. Nine movie juarez. I put that back in when they introduced the next bond. Whoever it's going to be after if it ever releases time yeah me too. I love the concept. It's great concept. Slow via tackler could empathize seventeen on my the boundary. One locked youtube channel. Take a look at george. Lazenby spawned in more debt. Now i have one other challenge of the slow reveal. Because i really like it but after they put sean connery into the gun barrel replacing bob simmons the gun barrel seeing you now see who the bond is so..
"timothy dalton" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"Just in terms of That franchise the music is quite recognizable. And you don't hear a lot of interviews where composers talk about scoring you. Know an entry in a horror franchise and that to me was just really interesting to hear him. Talk about some of the psychology behind the decisions. He made in terms of composing the music for that score and how he kind of decided to a different track to the music than the previous composer who worked on part three. That sort of stuff was really interesting to me. Plus working with any harlan and also cheers. And i know scott cheers. Wasn't that big a deal for you. Growing up right yeah. It was still a big thing in. This country was definitely cool all Just missed me. A right age gap. I was more of the friends generation. Sure yeah i mean i was probably ten. Maybe eleven somewhere in there. When i would watch cheers in syndication and you know. I haven't watched cheers in a long time now but the images of that show and the music are very indelible. Like i remember them like they were yesterday. And i wouldn't say that for a lot of sitcoms like there's something about not just the music that he created for that show but just the entire package of that show it really does linger in your mind so just to hear him. Talk about helping. Contribute to that mood of what that show was. It was really interesting and not something. I expected when i started spy hearts podcasts. Now this is not an avenue. I expected to go down to. I definitely get. It was incidental music in mtv on. One of my favorite shows apart from star trek Spy stuff is scrubs. The medical drama and i've i must have that show at least ten times as A lot of time. I know all the incidental tracks right from that. I could play them for you. It's a big job and it leaves a mark on the views. Yeah seinfeld another one of my favorite shows the music in that very very memorable and i think you know at least. I've never watched scrubs. But i can say for both cheers and for seinfeld the music contributes a significant amount to establishing the tone of those shows. So it was just fascinating again. Just not say. I ever expected to my life to be able to hear someone really break that down for me. You know over zoom call exciting and this is a guy who teaches you to film schools about laying out hitchcock's of west which is probably my favorite spy phone. Currently so he knows good schools. Yeah i do wonder of the people we talk to on these Spymaster interviews when we ask them. who is their bond. Will we ever get an answer. That is george lazenby or timothy dalton. Identity. you'll get those. I think you you stand a chance of getting a brosnan. You stand a chance of getting it. I think we've had a craig. Think rules in moscow at craik. I think we've gotten a few or they said. Sean connery daniel craig that certain identity. You're gonna get lazenby or dolton not to knock either actor Films a fantastic. I just think people just tend to think bond and they go straight down the culinary or the more or maybe brosnan. And maybe craig will we ever get a david. Niven depends.
"timothy dalton" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"I think jason bomba taken down. I think so too. I think there's more. Youthful kind of recklessness in that bond versus the connery and i used his spy. Work is one of the reasons why i think he takes jason bourne down where. I don't think we see as much of that secret service. I think he's more just kind of going through the motions in the film which is no lazenby full. It's all yeah. I think he would lose. I also think his brosnan would lose. I don't think daniel craig Lose okay you think dalton and craig would beat jason bourne. I think more and lazenby would lose. Yeah i mean okay. Timothy has that killer instinct is is like you totally. I can see it. He doesn't have the physical prowess you see of daniel craig bond. But i'll bet you if they had made those timothy dalton movies now he would have. It's just ninety nine thousand nine hundred seven film. That's not what they were focused on hugely in those in that era a lot of it is just like gunplay in movies right. That's what they were more focused on versus like. Yeah i would love to watch a roger moore versus jason bourne fight. I think it'd be low rolling around. And silly gags happens. Slide whistles he exactly that iran crocodiles try and get away and yeah ultimately it would be a quiet quick end. Okay yeah. unfortunately what about woody allen. David niven from the casino royale. Peter sellers or the fifteen other james bond movie. I don't. I honestly think. I could ever even try to answer. That question anyone's ever tried to answer that question. David niven versus jason bourne last. No yeah exactly. So i yeah i think that wraps up our bracket i mean were you shocked that bond one no. I thought we give them around from his money. And i also thought if palm got free he might give him a run for his money but ultimately. I think we've just seen so much of a back. Catalog of james bond of wages. No he basically deal with anything. Yeah so maybe ethan hunt just needs another twenty movies. And then we'll give him the prize or two black told. God help us drought. Triple triple-x xxx number. Say that's exactly what we need obama. Yes as you say is exactly new. But james bond is the man. He is alice by. And i think that brings us to an end so I wanna thank Become for having us. It's been great and you can of course find basically on social media spy hans as sby h- h a r d s and. We have new episodes every tuesday where we tackle the best and worst of spy films espy. Why h. a. r. d. s. Make sure you find us before we find you..
"timothy dalton" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
"Right near a statue head and with the head looking in the same direction. That bond is looking. I love that again. I missed that one hundred times. This is a nice touch. It focuses us and the action that will be taking place. It's really a brilliant shot and this use of statuary in the garden is actually tremendous when you're paying attention to it. It's really cool stuff. See i've got to be honest. All you never sort of tagged it was actually on a grant that was making that noise oil actually thought it was bond who stepped on and turns around to see if you know if yet bicycle so that we we we all interpreted differently right so the next shot is a close up of grant stern determine face. He looks focus sinister and ready to complete his mission. It's a terrific shot and robert. Shaw is just spot on with the facial expression here is freeze frame this one and appreciate all. He communicates with this one shot to do. It's hard to do and i think Timothy dalton did the same thing when he did his bond movies his face and facial expressions in a second. Tell you a whole lot in here. Like you said dr rich us. Great great face expections. Oh my well. And how much of that with dalton is because of his shakespearean background theater background. Did your you've got to be more expressive with face and those conditions. So that's good to see all right so we're in this dark setting and all of a sudden we hear a bird chirp and it takes by surprise in bonn as well. Sometimes birds do chirp at night mocking birds. Another's sometimes there signaling for a mate is there's quiet at night and less competition but sometimes birds chirp is warning side to alert others of danger. So this bird. Chirping here is chirp of impending danger. It's another brilliant move by the writers directors and producers. It's a perfect moment. That's easy to just pass by watching it..