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"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Live at our show with this to God's only SPN. Radio was Steve. Hold on a second. I'm gonna tell you what just happened. I was about to say, was Stephen as. Number seven. Listen to me, I was about to say that was Stephen as top five list of rookies in the NFL really just the order. They were drafted it. I was about to ask that because when people are writing that in and I don't know whether that's true or not, but I want it to be true. But as I was beginning that thought Mike Ryan, for some reason decided to not only deliver this in my ear, but to whisper it, which made it all the funnier, which is, yes. Well, you go ahead Mike, do it again as I just experienced it to start this segment. So people can hear what it's like sometimes to live inside my head. This is what was actually happening inside my headphones. As I began the thought Stephen as top five list and Tom ventures, we may have to find a substitute. A substitute. And then he was so amused with himself. He was so pleased with himself that he just ran away from the microphone, a substitute. It's worthy of the came Knicks laugh. So's this person's written in what I believe to be the hardest question. The history of our polling. What is more likely to God's talking himself out of a hostage situation or stugatz talking himself into one. Tom Barringer with us new film, American dresser, Josh Allen number seven is in theaters and on demand. Temer twenty I, this is the height of entertainment for this Hollywood star. Here he's getting AM radio and and that sound effects here. He is without further ado, Tom Barringer, ladies and gentlemen. Morning. Good morning. We're very excited to have you on, and we want to just ask you questions about major league, but I'm curious, Tom, what is the thing that your most asked about? Like when people are peppering you and bothering you? What is it major league, the substitute? Is that something else. Usually it's either major league or sniper, maybe put you in that one. History case on necessarily in that order. But those three, I know our audience. I mean, did you guys know when you were making major league that you making a what was going to be a cult classic and just something that was icon it? Well, I thought it would be I can't speak for everybody else, but I thought because I thought the writing was so praying David worth just to the hell the job and first of all, he really knew baseball new in English guy said, I didn't know anything about the game course go up with cricket. I go. Yeah. And he said, I actually learned about baseball. I go. Yeah, probably not easy for four hundred to learn the rules, but it was obvious though at the end of the movie when you bunted there and scored the running from second, it was obvious that he didn't know anything about baseball. Yeah, that, yeah, that's the fortunate, the only unfortunate part, but you looked so good running down that baseline that was your knees were in so much pain. You were sore for weeks rages, and it was a brilliant, brilliant. It was. It was tied Cobb kinda tactic. Like to play and manage baseball's? Well, it was such a great movie. It's not about home, runs home, run home runs this. It's not about that. Right. So you're not really can't hit on you go. Yeah. And he went up three in a row, three times a bad hit. Three home runs. Donnas just looked at him like. Thought it was such a great movie. I'm wondering what is and so many great actors in that movie. Wondering what's the best story from the Senate major league. Wow, the best one. That's a question and. Oh story. I don't know. That was the time some drunk girl and her boyfriend at the bar in the hotel Milwaukee. Just started some shit with Charlie Sheen. Early say, we just got a work and and we all start closing in on them. You know, Dennis Hayes bird gets up. Wesley gets I get all just kind of all had the same thought. We'd just start creeping in to intervene in on..

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"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Guts. Oh, hey. Did. We're just talking about how much light you are. So we pivoted. I think we're in good place. Yeah, it's gonna be so good this year ready. Great guys. Flying. This is going to be an author disaster. Working with him for years, and I still go home upset with this clinically. Wednesday night. The hate him. These libertas show with this two guys on ESPN radio. All right for the pantheon. And Tom Barringer is gonna join us in fifteen minutes, but there are handful of questions in the history of this show that stugatz. Regrets asking or as poorly one of the nominees. I think one of the medallists for worse to God's question would be when he asked someone so you like sandwiches. Just a terrible interview question in that that was scall- brainy maybe. So you like sandwiches was a question, and then there was the ludicrous question. This still brings to God's the rare shame. He is not normally shame we can bear. We thought he was allergic to shame. We didn't think shame was possible with him, but he asked ludicrous indelicate question. We were at a birthday party shots birthday party actually, and stugotz was clearly drunk. Does does the watch costlo come on. I don't know. I got it for free. As a good question, that's an indelicate question right? You don't ask a woman what she ways that you don't ask a hip hop star. What is jewelries worth to you? Let me ask you really don't. So the the gold medalist, though the gold medalist of bad gods questions was Chuck Norris. We did an interview with him and there were Chuck Norris facts that that point and and the facts were things like, you know, Chuck Norris where's the boogeyman pajamas to bed? Or they were just a series of facts that then became Tim tebow facts. We were intimidated. I admittedly I chose a terrible one. Why you check the boogeyman checks for Chuck Norris under the bed. Something like whatever, whatever, you know, Chuck Norris doesn't do pushups the is out yet. Really got these people know it was a long time ago. These were funny ten years ago, but anyway, Chuck Norris came on with us and what one of them definitely wasn't was what's to got set. All right. We're going to see whether these any of these here can crack Chuck. Norris is top ten. Your favorite involves Toronto source Rex? You wanna do yours? Yeah, that. That. Chuck Norris was chasing the Toronto sors wrecks. The Rex was not chasing the Jeep interesting part way to kind of blind throat. That's The what it was. way to deliver that one. Good start that way. The worst question that's to God's ever asked was to Russell brand. He asked him why he wasn't successful at suicide. Is that the worst while we went through, we took a dark turn there..

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"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I can't believe Beasley said that. I mean, this call Beasley drops a rap album. Now he can control his language like how quickly do these damn windows close in the sport that Cowboys offense line was the best I'd ever seen a couple of years ago making the game, easy for Romo easy, easy, easy for well, no. And and and you know, now you guys know. Right? You know the windows closed. It's closed. What the? No, you are closing the Cowboys windows or window just because they lost a road game at Carolina. What I'm talking about is that team that ran thirteen and three, and then Aaron Rodgers took them out in the playoffs, but that team was Super Bowl. Good enough that seem that's lay every tack Prescott. No, but that's why what's interesting me in retrospect is how many people got it wrong on deck Prescott where you thought that because he was winning, he should replace Tony Romo and what Tony Romo was doing. There was a good deal better than what that has done. They're a good deal better and deck was benefiting from that. What Dak had his first year is what Philadelphia won a SuperBowl MVP for their backup quarterback with last year that Philadelphia team last year looked to me like the Dallas team from two years ago. The only difference being that one of them ran into Aaron Rodgers and the other one didn't team. You can't pronounce some dead. They just lost a road game at Carolina. They gotta giants this week, give him a chance. Yes, giants it on the poll. Guillermo are the Cowboys. Dead is America's team dead. This has been a shocking show today. Donlevatar title of with the Rams are doing the Rams have a head football coach who is younger than the child star raven stugatz. What are you doing? What are you doing gamma? Why are you making favor. Using a child star raven. Mine her name's raven Simone, and she's getting to the point that you should stop using that. This is my point that the coach of the Rams is child star. Why you guys making faces. Give me a better reference in that Barry more gimme. No come on Andrew. Bear. Really. Live at our show with this two guys on ESPN radio. Did you see that story about the idea that I'm Pires Tennyson Pires could be boycotting Serena matches or tennis. I'm Pires or are they thinking about unionizing in order to to have more strength like the baseball Pires union? I think they're just upset and I think they have a right to be upset and concerned that there's been so little support for the fire and so much support for Serena Williams. A lot of people see it differently they see differently at. So they're concerned about that. They're concerned about yet being being a chair umpire during one of her Matty's nobody ends you, nobody. Nobody wants to hear. Yes, she could end you she's earned the right, my guess is to and she's kind of earned. She made that threat not reading into a cheap. Never work. Another match reminding I'm fine with her. She has earned the right, and I'm fine with there being able to end someone's career, but ended for the right reasons. I mean, listen, you lost your composed and the judge's career should just ended the judges career with what's remaining of her career. Yeah. I mean, I'm sure the judge didn't think that he'd be on the side of of that discussion, especially after part of the reaction to it as how do you take away a point because we're just so conditioned to thinking that you can talk to the the empire like that, or like curious, should broke the rules. I broke the rule that I mean, that's how they took the point away because the coaches coaching, the rules were broken and she got really upset about it, and she got so upset about it that everyone sided with Serena because she's wonderful. She's excellent. She is a spectacular symbol for greatness and for power and strength, she's overcome a ton. None of those things get looted by. Being also her reaction to everything that happened. There was over the top by the standards by the stuffy start standards of tennis where the judge is literally on high raining down judgement by those like look at the way, the guy is dressed, who is punishing her..

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"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"He's giving interviews while getting ready for the start of this. Time with Letterman the show with Letterman and he's talking about how bad he feels for Louis c. k. and Roseanne Barr. And he's looking at this through his perspective, which is the celebrity entertainment bubble. And this is what he says. She was just so broken and crying constantly. Speaking of Roseanne they're very few people that have gone through what they have losing everything in a day. Of course, people will go what about the victims? But you know what the victims didn't have to go through that and now and now you get everybody pouncing because he said the wrong thing and understandably pouncing because he's looking at it through, I would lose everything. He wants the right to be a comedian and to be free without losing everything. He wants to be able to work in that space that I get it, but he's making victims of people who are not victims, right? He's make. He's sitting here comparing and that's what people are getting bothered by its victims went through a lot worse. Yeah, of course. Not just a lot worse. Also, Louis came Roseanne Barr victims. They're not they, they did something. And then something happened to them as opposed to Louis c. k. was doing to others, which is the victims. It's a, it's a really clumsy odd stupid way for norm to say, hey, I just wanna go back to being able to walk into a club and say what? How long. But here I get this part right? Because I get how many members are always worried about losing everything they've built in a day. That must stink that you've heard me say for years to feel bad when the penalty is national shame who the hell wants to go through what Louis c. k. and Roseanne Barr going through where it's just this national shame, but they're not the victims here. And so normal. Donald is apologizing profusely profusely. And I gotta think it's because he wants to take care of that TV show because it will vanish fast and he's never had television success. He's funny, but he's never had television. Szeswith all the shows that he's doing now. He's being backed by Letterman on something. And so when I ask you this question, what do you do if you're Letterman, what do you do? If your, if your McDonald, you do what? He did apologize profusely. But what do you do if you're Letterman? Because we've seen with this stuff. That the flames climb high and fast the outrage arrives quickly. Everyone's trying to out do each other telling everyone how stupid nor McDonald is and we all pounds because somebody said the wrong thing around the thing that we're talking. And then you have a guy who is supporting a project with the guy who said the wrong thing, backing a guy. And so it also, but also though also not irrelevantly. With the backing of investors who are willing to lose billions in pursuit of all this stuff. Billions like net flicks is just like Netflix has the power to withstand whatever wishes to withstand right if Netflix, which is to support nor McDonald, and just keep the show. It will if it wishes to support David Letterman will right. But what is Letterman do that's no, but in this climate it makes some of it difficult and understand because we just talked to David Spade about this the other day. I understand why comedians of a certain age you're saying, no, please don't shift everything for me. Why can't I just do? Why can't I do the offensive stuff? It's comedy, give me freedom to say whatever I want absolute freedom. I get why they're all saying that they're all looking at it through their prison, largely male prisons and not hearing what women are saying. No, we're the victims when it comes to Louis c. k. not Louis c. k. donlevatar violate Jane. Addiction frontman Perry Farrell, stugatz Harry, Hurrell Farrell, ferrall Farrell. Perry Farrell, VC's liveth our show with this two guys on ESPN radio texter has thundered in with the straight talk. Stugatz..

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"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So getting back to this norm McDonald Letterman thing, weekly on Texas eight. I'm here Dan over the last three years prior to last season, Dave average one hundred and forty eight million dollars in revenues. The reason they become the most valuable college football program is simple. Over the last three years, they have gotten more contributions from alumni. That's any other pump. Got the best boosters, an EMS. Got wait a minute. I thought the boosters that people knew about in sports were Oklahoma state. Where were you know Oregon, Texas a. and m. has one of those. They have a vast increase in contributions over the last three or so. Maybe someone recent one guy who wants to get wait a minute. They're rich guy who wants to get in the game and AM, and that's how they got JIMBO Fisher. Is that the back of that? Is that what is there a rich guy who wants to get into the Phil Knight game, I wanna call plays in the press box. Saying him. Getting back to this Letterman norm Donald story. So. I love what Jerry Seinfeld has done with his post Seinfeld career. Monty, Davis is your man tell me more about Monty Monty Davis. It's a COO of core laboratories. I wanna talk to Monte which assesses oil reserves. He's an oilman, let's get, oh, it's an oil man. You've got themselves. Oil now? No, Texas. Who was it that it was a to pre? You told me one time that one of the schools offered him an oil well as recruiting gift. I think I think he said it was second was a hammer, Eric Dickerson. One of the mention getting getting an offer from school of an oil. Well. Which limited the selects. That's right. Probably SMU. So. Letterman's got a post television career because he's late in life. He's a father, but he also has a need to create. And so he's got this stuff on Netflix that he's doing. They're giving him a lot of creative control. When Netflix is doing is trying to become television. Netflix is going to be television twenty years. That's what the goal is. They're spending all that money to be to replace television because you could. You could see it now just binged the second season of Ozark and it's great to me and you can just, you can see now that Netflix is saying, no, this is how people would prefer to watch television. They don't wanna wait for their sitcom to be a week from now. They want to watch it right now. No commercials give it to me. I want to ingest it. I wanna snort. It. And with. I mean, like game of thrones is the only game of thrones in sports, right? They're the only two things that people are like these days. I have to be home to watch this actually. Yeah, doubt. So we've identified the three. So net flicks is spilling money all over the bar, just tons and tons of money to become to challenge television to become television. And so they've given Letterman the ability to prove his own stuff and Letterman loves nor McDonald and has loved McDonald. I think I think Letterman has said that north Donald, his favorite guest or something along those lines and he gave him a show and today now, nor McDonald is strange, and he lives in a small bubble and what he said today, guts that got him in trouble. And now he's apologizing and I don't know what's going to happen here at the top of this. When you get near some of the social issues of the day, and the me too stuff and the racism with with Roseanne Barr, your stuff can disappear fast. And so.

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"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"To share with you as well. But everything stops right now for Stu, guts, the promise of the network needs to break into programming. I don't know how often ESPN does that. Bobbly needs to be summoned stugatz. About two and Jeremy shop too. Fainter. WADA. Yeah, the most of the best. Yeah, both fainter of both feign ru and WADA. What about TJ? Do we have to get TJ two and topping, yeah, Don van Natta Pulitzer winner. All of these six seen all of them. Yeah, to get the seventh best team in the NFL according to God's power rankings. If you weren't with us when he first announced it. Well, I don't even do you work. Clearly, everybody's listening, whatever the top sicklers they weren't. So number seven here it is the seventh best team in the NFL according to the mighty stugatz power rankings is. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Okay. All right. Sounds good. Moving onto, nor McDonald. So here's the controversy. David Letterman late in life here. David Letterman has decided, you know, we've talked about this before as it regards Tony Kornheiser goes on vacation and all of a sudden, you know three days in he's talking to his plant, giving the sports opinion like David Letterman was on television for a long time. It's gonna take him off, television wife needs him out of the house. Kornheiser does that too? Yeah. And so so. So your plants are dead though because of the takes because what you're saying, you know, those experiments or they wrath those experiments, where if you say nice things to a plant, it lives because it's a living thing. But if you say mean things every day to a plant, it dies. The plants in your house would wither and dry up just because of your opinion. Okay. That's a saying, I mean, it's saying it's science that can't be if you say, so. All right, look it up. I mean, they're living thing. I'd rather not freezer living things. Look up the science experiments that have been done in terms of taking care with animals to with insect where the years smart guy over the years of the plants, the ears. I don't have to so wait a minute, you, you don't believe that if over the next six months, we both had plants next to each other and treated them exactly the same in every other way. But you were yelling at yours for six straight months and I was treating mine with kindness. You don't believe there would be any difference in the way those trees grew sounds wacky and insane. Are you serious right now dead serious. I'm not making this up years back to. I understand living things you do understand. I don't think you know about the magnificent life of trees. Dogs would be the same. Right? Because dogs on speaking. No, you're saying it's just noise to them. It's just the tone of the noise. You could probably say really mean things dog what you say, who sold them and they'd be like, oh, wow, that's so loving, can't say mean things to a plan in a loving tone and should be the same thing. Right? I've done that with my dog before you can be like, I hate you come here. I hate you so much. She comes. She wags its just to prove the point. The point. Pointers animal crew. So the tone or the message when it comes to the plants without ears on, I'm gonna look it up during the break to make sure I wasn't fooled by some sort of onion ruse. Let me Google. Can I talk. Glenn, I'm gonna. I'm gonna go. Have you guys are gonna make fun of me, but I think I'm gonna be right at the end of this right now. You sound like, okay, I mean maybe you'll be right in ten minutes, but right now you sound like a complete crazy person. So you guys don't believe that there you name the plants that you talk to Dan or. No, I don't talk to my plants. Wow. They must have a horribly sad life. Then I mean if I had a plant the other night, I would hug that plant and said, hey, I got a quarterback. I mean, that's what I did with my dog according to the BBC. Plants can see here and small..

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"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So it was him to the ground. And then takes them downstairs hands them over to a cop in the street that was out front. Tell. So where does she come from. Lonely guy. I saw drinking Bari just I don't know where just pulled out the handcuffs. Let me ask you to watch the language Tom because we get on delay here and we get a problem if, but it's a well told story and thank you for sharing the detail. Just be careful with the language, Tom berringer's new film. Right? Right, right. That's okay. American dresser is in theaters and on demand, September twenty first. Now, did you get any of the of the crazy Charlie Sheen on the set of of major league or did you not have the crazy? No, no, no. He was very disciplined. He really, really wanted to do that. He loved baseball Sneed probably could've played for university of Michigan, I think. But instead just, you know, became an actor and. He just loved the game. And so he was very disciplined and wanting. I'm he had some friend who was like a trainer that was there and. And Steve Yeager said, Charlie, no weights. I don't want you lifting weights. He said, you know that it's just not good for pets, throwing Ron flying running for your life. He says, but no weights and. Coming up. We walk onto the Vader to go up and there's Charlie trainer. He's got two two dumbbells tan. Whatever he wants. Down at the dumbbells and goes, I. But he was he was very disciplined. You got crazy Charlie and platoon though. Right. Charlie was really, really quiet on that. Very quiet. I mean, you know, he's very funny, quite sense of humor. And one thing I remember was this have been near the very end of the shooting and I went down was room for some reason. The see him I went in there I go, Charlie, we're always boxes what I want to sell the stuff. He says, my mom Senate, it's like albums, you know, stereo, you know, speakers I go. What. Philippines, got sick. She goes, yeah. And I and I said, it's like that scene. You have with them or you had with a Willem where he says, what are you carrying it in that rucksack some books. Oh no, no, no. Get rid of this. Get rid of that eighty six. This that that that that throw stuff out of out of his rucksack into the jungle. And that was you can't travel like this. And when I saw again, he had it was for platoon. He had a gym bag. Is glove, his spikes about three shirts, change underwear, toothbrush razor. That's it. Tom Barrett, wow. New film American dresser in theaters on demand, September, twenty. First tell us about American dresser. Tell us what it is you're trying to accomplish with American dresser. It's it's a road movie. It's it's kind of, oh God, how I compared a little bit to book cast Sundance kid in in the sense that that kind of humor and they're always concert on the road moving those two and a little bit like Jack Nicholson. And in the last detail, you know, Randy quits that that kind of road humor. Are you sucking on a cough drop. No. Okay. Last question. Thank you, Tom. We appreciate your time. Thank you for being with us, sir. Take you. All right. Right. The man wants more money. Geir MO, you couldn't have been any less helpful during that hiding during that interview height, you spent the time hiding. I wanted to say to you, but I'm in a numbers chair. I wanted to say you can't reach the buttons that allow me to talk to you. Are you going to help me or are you just going to hide back there to distract you? We're trying not to make eye contact with me because you saw was drowning. You saw was drowning and you instead of helping me, you looked away like all the good life cards. Mike, what happened? What happened? What just happened? The last seven minutes of my life. Would you like to hear our original idea for the interview. Well, how about Stu gods saying like as if it weren't going bad enough, seven minutes in Stu got says, I'm going to ask whether it's worth to be kidnapped or on a giant rock..

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"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"When two thousand nine with Manny Ramirez tested positive. We work can't in hand with the DA which when I was in our hour and I was asked a couple of times to join in the security side, but seeing what they did, I decided I wanted had no interest in that. I joined the department investigations after the Mitchell report with the understanding that you know, we were going to be an outfit that was independent of the Labor Department, and we will be able to actually investigate along with law enforcement. The different issues that we found that would put into question the integrity of the game. So along those lines, when we finally able to get information, we've got sources that could make phone calls into people involved with Anthony boss, and we went to the DA gave him all the information we've had and they started. On the way in the investigation to go up in a wiretap that happened in two thousand twelve early in two thousand thirteen January, the Miami New times comes out with a newspaper article where they had gained measures from an individual that work with Anthony boss by the name of porter, Fisher. What happened then? Is that the Labor Department. Under Dan Halen in rugby. Along with the Elec decided that wasn't moving quick enough for them. So unbeknownst to us, the members of Delyth they started their own investigation and you know the DA wasn't happy about that. And so what did you think was the most interesting thing in all of that time covering biogenesis because you're someone who believes that the sport is still populated with this kind of drug use. Right. Yes, I don't believe that it's all the people the end that that I have had spoken to that were actually involved in in dealing PD's and you know the person that I quote in the book, one of the persons that quote in the book is major league baseball expert and PD's. Anthony, Bosch himself who testified at the at the hearings for a ride application hearings for for a rod. And he tells us when we interview them recently that there are, you know, pop approximately seventy percent of the players. E believes using PD's. Why did you write the book. Wrote the book because I went in thinking, I left the police department early thinking, this is one of a kind type of investigative unit. I don't. I really don't believe it will ever exist again. And I thought according to Mitchell's recommendations that we would actually be doing something that nobody has ever done before. I mean, actually working inside with the cooperation of the commission is authors like things that would calling into question the integrity of the game. I found out that that wasn't the case. I, you know, it's, I was very disappointed in the fact that we thought we were doing something that would have been, you know, extremely good for for the game of baseball, and it turned out that it wasn't. So I felt like you know, people would be interested in finding out what what it is that goes on behind the curtains that. Make baseball. When did you realize it wasn't what you thought it was? I realized that I, I realized that I got a hint of it late in two thousand and eight. Actually when we first got the first year we started and then it just grew and grew. And I went in and spoke to my supervises Dan Mullen, George Hanna when that first incident happened and I had called the Boston police and I was ready to go back and they talked me off the ledge and I stayed there. All right. So the name of the book. Again, Eddie Dominguez he's exploring the dark side baseball cop, the dark side of America's national pastime. We appreciate it any. Thank you for the time. Dan, thank you Don card. Vladimir Guerrero seventh in war in nationals Expos, history stugatz how many Expos are head of him? Oh, easy. Gary Carter's I hit him Raines rock. Andre Dawson Steve Rogers, Tim Wallich well, and then Ryan Zimmerman, and then ZIM these live at our show with this two guys on ESPN radio, Ron McGill had a zoo emergency. We don't like it when we hear that, but he was supposed to be here in fifteen minutes. He might be later on this week, Tom Barringer gonna join us twelve thirty eastern, and we've got a couple of rock climbers and an interesting story coming up at noon that we want.

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"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Libertas show with this two guys on ESPN. Radio was Steve. Hold on a second. I'm gonna tell you what just happened. I was about to say, was Stephen as. Number seven. Listen to me, I was about to say that was Stephen as top five list of rookies in the NFL really just the order. They were drafted it. I was about to ask that because when people are writing that in and I don't know whether that's true or not, but I want it to be true. But as I was beginning that thought Mike Ryan, for some reason decided to not only deliver this in my ear, but to whisper it, which made it all the funnier, which is, yes. Well, you go ahead Mike, do it again as I just experienced it to start this segment. So people can hear what it's like sometimes to live inside my head. This is what was actually happening inside my headphones. As I began the thought Stephen as top five list and Tom berringer's we may have to find a substitute. A substitute. And then he was so amused with himself. He was so pleased with himself that he just ran away from the microphone, a substitute. It's worthy of the Kim Knicks laugh. So's this a person has written in what I believe to be the hardest question the history of our polling. What is more likely Stu gods, talking himself out of a hostage situation or Stu gods, talking himself into one. Tom Barringer with us new film, American dresser, Josh Allen number seven is in theaters and on demand. Temer twenty. This is the height of entertainment for this Hollywood star. Here he's getting AM radio and and that found affect so here he is without further ado, Tom Barringer ladies and gentlemen. Morning. Good morning. We're very excited to have you on, and we want to just ask you questions about major league, but I'm curious, Tom, what is the thing that your most asked about? Like when people are peppering you and bothering you? What is it major league substitute? Is it something else. Usually it's either major league or sniper, maybe put you in that one that one. History. Early in that order. But those three is what I know our audience. I mean, did you guys know when you making major league that you are making a what was going to be a called classic, and just something that was iconic. Well, I thought it would be I can't speak for everybody else, but I thought because I thought the writing was so Brian, David worked just to the hell of a job and personal, really new baseball. New in English guy said, I didn't know anything about the gang. 'cause we grew up with cricket, I go. Yeah. And he said, I, I actually learned about baseball. I go. Yeah, it's not probably not easy for four hundred to learn the rules, but it was obvious though at the end of the movie when you bunted there and scored the running from second was obvious that he didn't know anything about baseball. Yeah, like that. Yeah, that's fortunate. The only unfortunate part, but you looked so good running down that baseline that was your knees were in so much pain. You were sore for weeks. It was a brilliant, brilliant. It was. It was tied Cobb kind of tactic. Like to play and manage baseball's? Well, it was such a great movie. It's not about home, runs home, runs home runs. It's not about that. Right. Well, you're not really can't hit and he went up three in a row, three times a bad. He had three three months. Donald was just looked at him like. Thought it was such a great movie. I'm wondering what is and so many great actors in that movie. I'm wondering what's the best story from the Senate major league. Wow, the best one. That's a tough question. And. Oh story. I don't know. That was the time some drunk girl and her boyfriend at the bar in the hotel Milwaukee. Just started some shit with Charlie Sheen. Early say, we just got work and and we all start closing in on them. You know, Dennis Hays bird gets up and Wesley gets, I get all just kinda all had the same thought. We'd just start creeping in to intervene. You know what I mean? And all of a sudden this lonely guy just been sitting there having drink by himself. When you know wearing a sports coat, suddenly jumps up, grabs. The girl throws aren't the hundred backing handcuffed sir. The guy and the same with the guy..

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"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"This observed something much bigger than fan. You can't do the stuff that we get them. I'm writing down my own list. See if I can guess. I, I'm gonna give you something on nor McDonald here in a second to after we're done with the power rankings, the more important stuff. Well, that's not a surprise. That's the obligated social commentary. Oh, wait McDonald. Yes, he's in trouble. He's in trouble. He's apologizing for stuff. Yeah, that's a bummer. Okay, I'm ready. You're right. Number one week, one power, rankings. NFL number one. The New York Jets. Yes, I have a football. I have a quarterback. I have a defense number two NFL power, rankings. The Baltimore Ravens. Number three, NFL power, rankings. The LA Rams. Wipe that sad number four. This might surprise some people. I like this team a lot and they were very impressive week. What? Number four? The Washington Redskins. Number five, he is back. They are back the red rifle and the Cincinnati Bengals. Number six. And did Andy Reid make a big mistake? Because if it it made this mistake, he'd be number four today. Instead, he's number six, the Kansas City Chiefs. And now here's my surprise. No. Aw. We got. Right. Oh, oh, it's a seventeen..

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"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"tom berenger" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Don't go anywhere. Guillermo Lewis, I wanna talk to you about pro football insider, Mike, Florio. We'll do that in a second. I will not knock the man's hustle. I get asked all the time by lawyer doctor. How do I do what you do? I don't like doing what I do. Mike Florio was one of those people turn to law passed into an aggregate site and people like their football information, but he likes it too much. He likes his football information there. I something people don't know about the Adam schefters of the world is you have to have like a compartment in your brain to do that job like that. You have to be a little nuts because Mike Florio has to worry about what's going on in football, twenty hours a day. He's always gotta, be scouring everything that's being written by anyone or said by anyone on the radio. Mike Florio has made himself from a lawyer into a media personality because he's a very good aggregated. What does he do with the other four hours. Why are you shading Mike Florio like that they have their own writers. He's built his own sources now, maybe it started as. Has done all that. He has done all that as a remorse fish on the NFL. He has done all of that know with the seven billion other Ramoro fish insiders that the NFL has because the NFL is very popular and we will do anything for our football information. What I love about floria site though is the stories short their right to the point you get through them, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, you've read five NFL stories that I like about my Florio side. I do and he does hustle. I am. I am not knocking the man's hustle. Peter King is receiving checks and you know who signing him Mike flory. I'm back the mud tied respect Husain it's almost too perfect hair. Yeah, put that on the poll. Guillermo is Mike Florio's hair almost too perfect. It sounds like you're not respecting him again. Well, first of all, the airmiles. Sad. Someone asked me the other day if the MO and Billy were the same person, you tell them? No, right. Why are you mad at floria? I, whoa, I'm not mad at Florida. I don't know why you're, you know displacing this on me. You wanna won the wanted to take a shot of Florio. Will will will I'm happy to take a shot at Florio whenever I don't care about that. The reason this is started, the show is the topic is because you texted me what Florio sent because it delighted you so well, why are you putting that on me? You don't get out of here. I can do this without you. Two minutes or five minutes. Get outta here. I'll do it without your.

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"tom berenger" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"tom berenger" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Well, I gotta say this as a puppeteer outside of my duties here at ESPN I'll give it. The satisfaction that the puppetry was brilliant, Brian Henson, and crew. Like, obviously, they know what they're doing. However, the script was very weak and it was the downfall the film they played. This new are type of private eye detective movie from the forties. I love the theme of it. I love what they wanted to do. It just fell very flat because they were trying. So hard to say yes, is a puppet movie. No, it's not for kids, and they really went off that deepened and they had some allegories about puppets being lesser citizens. And there was some back and forth with you. Think of like who framed Roger rabbit where the cartoons of the humans lived together, but they were cohesive this one where it's like puppets are only meant to sing and dance for the humans and they're addicted to sugar. And that's all they do. They just consume sugar all day and they're, they're second class citizens, and there's very interesting moments where they could have expanded on this and made a deeper store, but they really didn't wanna do it. They just wanted to basically make a parody of war with puppets in humans. And I the, the glowing things I can say about at our Bill. Greta, who's the puppeteer and did did Phil Phillips detective. That's partnered with Melissa McCarthy. Character was fantastic. Not just in puppeteer in, but also acting you people don't realize that you have to act when you're puppeteer. You know, it just comes up through your hand out through, you know, a module and then my Rudolph absolutely slayed. She's hysterical, but she's not given enough screen time for what she's giving the right amount of screen for she's doing. But you wish you saw more because of how good she actually is all the side characters were just kind of one off and very one note and just basically playing a parody role of what their characters were supposed to be. I, if they would have given a little more care to the script, this would have been a two and a half to three maple leaf film. Instead, it's sitting like a one and a half maple leaf just because it's so just. Boring essentially at the end of the day, like there's some really good laughs in it and some funny stuff. But at the end of the day, it's just it's not an engaging film and by the time it was over, here's kind of like that. That was kind of upsetting essay. I hate that whatever you have a chance. You know what I mean? Like when you say, hey, there's there's real promise here, but that you you booted away the idea about about you can't. You can't absolve anyone of that. You can't salvage that when an idea. Actually, this has promised, but the execution was so poor that frustrate. Yeah, and it wasn't even a technical executioner or anything like that. It was just purely in the script in the script when you know when they shot the script out what was and there's some ad living going on for the jokes, but when it's just it would have made a better I would have, honestly, what have watched a six part Netflix series of this half hour each and allowed the characters develop a little more than a essentially one hundred minute movie where you're just trying to make a point to say, yes, we're doing puppetry. Yes, we're doing it, you know, very mature and and grotesque in some ways, but puppets are still puppets. They're not humanoid or anything like that. How fascinating by the way is is Rick Passmore Dan, the fact that is a puppeteer like this. We just just dropped that in there. He said, he's, he's a puppeteer. Fascinating is the right word. There's there's a lot of layers to Rick that you just you keep pulling the onion back and you're like, whoa. All right. Okay. He's a video editor is also filmmaker eighties puppeteer. You play music as well. Rickets. All your play. This before hand, my mother made us all the piano until I think it's like kindergarten to sixth grade, and then we all got to stop so dank in his chopsticks..

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"tom berenger" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"tom berenger" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"And he said, well, I saw it in London and also it and Dublin. Okay. So you get go. Yeah. All right. Yeah, I think I'm my mind is just. Scrambled here. But I guess he, he, he finally got on the third one. Yeah. What'd you do three times? I guess you could figure it out. American dresser is the film love scene on a motorcycle. Love the chemistry. You and Keith. David reminded me of easy rider. Just see you guys on on your bikes and riding away. I love the seat in the bar where you're just you offer to buy a beer for everybody in there just to defuse the tension and it ends up being released. We'd story as well tell everybody about American dresser. Yeah, it was well, it was fun doing. The weird thing is that you know, besides being the last guy, I saw the Philippines before went home and we were last two guys left that we didn't have a lot of scenes one on one with other, if any. But it's interesting. Last guard saw. I saw him once again in New York where we did press. And then didn't seem again all those years until we did this. But it was nice. You know, it was kinda like two old comrades working together and and it had that had that sort of what Cassie, Sundance kid kind of bitchy humor on the road. You know, little bit of that and. Jack Nicholson, Randy Quaid and stuffing them the last. Tell. That kind of humor, roads humor. I love Bruce Dern in the film as well. He's great. Yeah, he was that scene with him. That's like my favorite scene. Shis. Characters, just so bizarre. Just like weird highway kind of guy. You know. Where's this guy from? But he was, he was great. It was brilliant. And I really, really liked that scene. It's terrific. The movie is called American dressers, Tom burns. Right, cannot thank you enough of the time and reminiscent about such great films as you've made in the past best of luck with the movie man, we really appreciate it. Thank you so much. Appreciate it. All right, thanks, Tom Barringer. That was fun. And I give pregnant pause that he was doing to maybe a little tricky for me as an interviewer because as you guys know, I'm very animated. I want to jump in all the time, but when you're listening. You gotta let a guy bene- statement. We did not have an every man or an indefens- of because the boys are pretty busy right now. But Dan finally saw black clans when please give us your review. I don't have a long review, but it's very good. It's probably the best move of the year. You haven't number one, correct? Yes. It's worth seeing for everyone regardless of your political affiliation. It made me angry at the end, but it is funny. There's some jarring things, and it's almost like if you hear the plot, you're like, there's no way that's based on a true story and I still can't believe it, but I would recommend everyone said Rick. Have you seen block lives when I have? What did you think of it? I'm right on there with with Dan. It is my top movie of the year so far right behind a quiet place. And same thing to like that ending and no spoilers for you. But what what spike with the ending. Wasn't necessary. No, but did it drive home the point he was making? Absolutely, and it's and it's perfect spike and he's returned to return a form and absolutely loved the film. Black cleansing go, see, my brother was shocked at at number one. Now at hill is Douglas. He loves you guys, Dan, Rick, which raises the other issue. Jim Stanford is still listening to the pot which I found his standing bay time. Oh yeah. We haven't been getting feedback from Jimmy lately petered off now, but he's still alive. He's locked in. He's locked and he's not criticizing my reviews. Like your brother is. Maybe I'll watch comic book movie review coming up, who knows you'll see a black cleanser now that you guys both liked it. Rick also saw the happy time murders, which I'll admit was an option. Is it like to see something before the next Sinophile saw the critics destroying it? And I said, well, I'm gonna pass on this one, but Rick, God level went and sought. Would you think?.

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"tom berenger" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"tom berenger" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Go check it out in theaters. Listen, Tom here, hispan- we love baseball. We love major league. Jake Taylor's on the most iconic performances of all time. What are you? What are you going to major league gimme any store you want? Because I, I love that film and still treasuring. Well, until you some interesting. Yeah, that I think it'll be round absolutely forever. You know, kinda like part of the keys. You know, that movie will always be around. It's it's sort of a number one. It's baseball and interesting thing. I was in a coffee shop a little coffee shop and Connecticut. One morning sitting there having coffee reading paper, something and three guys walk up to me. One was grand was grandfathered. The other was a father and played a couple of years of pro baseball with the Yankees and then his son. So I'm sitting there and they were all major league. Majorly. The sound I'm looking at three three generations. And I said, you know what? Why after I'm dead, all of you and even him, people will still be watching this movie. That's kinda nice. It's very rewarding. They agreed. How about the chemistry on guys Charlie Sheen. Wesley Snipes that we can see the hiding sunscreen movies alike offset pranks pulled was. It was pretty close. Yeah, it was very close. I mean, it's a really, really, I mean, really nice guys and very funny, you know, I'm in courtroom birds star. He had me in stitches. I just. All recommended him for another movie. I did, and and he played the part played like my business partner, Roger director, we Germans. I don't know. You gotta meet him and director CISCO's. Oh yeah, he's great. But she knew him somehow. And so he met him. I happen to walk by office and I heard them laughing inside and I go, how long has he been in there? They they've been in there in our this way. It's been going who's been doing. I o I did. He got the job. And I still see Corbin quite a bit. I run into him all the time inception, Tom, that you're terrific that movie, you know, Christopher Nolan's great director. What's it like work with him on set and Golic. Capri. Oh. Well, learn cabriolet total Jomon and and I like that you know, respected that and Christopher Nolan is like first of all, he's always on the right by the camera when it rolls. So it's old school, you know, he's not like in some of the room. We're gonna little screen. He's got that in his hand. So we can see the composition, the camera moves, but he's right there. You know, he's right there next camera like you'll be like it was when I started before they had TV assist. And we very, he's very smart. He has the whole the whole movie in its head. It's already cut probably in his head, which on that kind of movie you go, how does he remember all this? Even though we wrote it, how does he remember it? Because it was a little confusing for us at time. It constantly know where we were at in the story because their dreams. And dreams are weird. He's cuss Wrexham's kinda guy the probably I don't know this for sure, but I got to be a great chess player. He's just that kinda mind very smart guy. But if you're if you're explaining Tom inception to someone, do you find a tricky to explain it to somebody or you not the level that you can find that you can disseminate the plot fairly easily. I can't. I, I. When I saw the first time in Los Angeles like a premier there, I guess in and the young Irish actor that I played kind of like his uncle protege, and I asked him, I said, did you, did you understand this?.

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"tom berenger" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"tom berenger" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Wireless access what's there to be happy about a clams. All like all. I'm so happy. I didn't get turned into New England clam chowder today, pronounce regionally as touto tall. Aw, that's so fun to say. What were we talking about? Again, gyco fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. Real pleasure joined by Tom baron, juries starve a new film called American dress roots. You'll be in theaters of timber, twenty first, Tom, thanks for the time today. Sinophile we'll thank you. We'll get into the film in just a second which I just watched last night. But listen, I tell people, I'm talking to Tom Barringer what do they talk about? One of the greatest films of all time, and you're brilliant performance in platoon for my money. It's my favorite war movie. And your performance still endures? We had Willem Dafoe on the podcast last year and he said the last time he saw the film. All thought of it was you ease Thompson forms, released it out to me. So I'm just curious. What are your remembrance of the film when you think about the tomb? What comes to mind for you? Oh, well, that's it's all still pretty vivid to me. I think I, I remember almost every scene. I can't remember all the lines are some people that do. But well, you know, like keys, he, you know, he and I never really had a scene together input on less. I was dressing the entire two. We never had a one on one through the whole film, and and then here we are doing this one so many years later together and we're playing to Vietnam army. That's. Which is interesting. He was the last guy I saw in the Philippines before I left went home. Everybody else was gone. And I went down had a beer with them as room. I heard he was still at the hotel, say goodbye and then that was it headed home the next morning. That's very cool. How that all comes full circle. Know you mentioned certain scenes or certain lines you may not remember, but the see that I think is so compelling where you say to those guys, try, she them them, like, y'all think this blank is reality. I am reality. Remember that scene specifically? Yep. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And I, I celebrated. Could I have Christmas lights behind my goes. Yeah. Yeah, that's good. Don't worry about. Yeah, that's fine. Okay. That's where I like to say that line. That seems some. I met waiter one time. He said, I, I'm acting class. I did that seem I went. An acting class goes, yeah. Wow, that's kinda cool. It's a good theater piece. You're right. Could you that as a monologue and how did you find work with all restored? I mean, we know what a giant of cinema is now, but how did you find him there onset? I loved it. I mean, I thought it was great that he was bet on you when I read it, I told my agent, I go, this guy is a bad, isn't it? I mean, it sounds like he was really there, which is, yeah. Is driven grunt. Oh, yeah. Yeah. So I think that really helps a lot, but you know, Oliver's he's, he's kinda like our Hemingway. I think anyway. I see a lot of Hemingway in hip. What respect masculine man of action, that kind of stuff. Yes, yes. And he, he actually, he's, he's lived it. You know what I mean? I mean, his Wall Street is dad was a Wall Street broker. In New York. So it's like he knows a lot of the ground that he's writing about. Now we're gonna see if all can box and how can fish. That's our next goal. Big game in Africa. Exactly. We're talk with Tom Barringer is new films called American dress, encourage everyone..

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"tom berenger" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"tom berenger" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"But that story hit you like a sledgehammer and here's why you should. We watch movies because oftentimes when you re watch, I think there's a greater likelihood. If you re watch a movie that you saw decade or two decades ago that you won't like as much meaning. If you watch goonies again, a greater likely, you're gonna go. Remember when I was twelve. It's a rarity, and that's why give extra points. We're like vertigo that when I saw it was twenty to see that very good movie. I can. So people like it, especially film gigs nowadays, four dago man. A movie. I understand why it reaches a different level for those who haven't seen vertigo. The story is this, it's about a detective who suffers from a case of vertigo after he sees someone fall to their death as he was trying to help him. Outside in the in the f. o.'s of police work. So he sees a guy fault was death ways hanging onto a building. And obviously that gives the guy severe vertigo. So we have to leave the police force. He then gets a job from a friend of his says, can you tell my wife? I think she's being channel by the spirit of someone else because I know it sounds kooky, but she's doing stuff that this woman a lot of alleged did like decades ago, sentencing Francisco and the sequence where Jimmy Stewart is following her around everyone. I thought my twenty s I was like, this is pretty boring. Like I don't understand this. He could just chop this part out. There's no dialogue. It's five minutes of a guy following the woman. Now when I watch it, I go God. This could have been like twenty minutes. It's so well done because he shows the guy falling in love with her by being a voyeur, which is, of course a theme that Hiscock done before with with your window. But when you're watching the, he's if he's falling in love the right following what she's doing, ends up saving her life because she thinks that she's this other woman who commits suicide saves her life. Now he falls in love their. She's falling in love with him, and then she ends up running away. From him, but says to him before they go to this clock tower, just know this wasn't part of the plan. This is and he's like, what do you mean? Like? I'll save you protect your fighting these spirits. But I'm here with you. She runs away, jumps plunges to her death. So this is about an hour fourteen you like, oh my God, and this is my favorite parts is the doctor when he's describing when the doctors describing his ailment is telling his friend midge who's at interesting, secondary character there wants together on the movie is very subtly mentioned the fact that Jimmy Stewart's character singling once says, this character midge, hey, what we engage when Tom McKay and I'm still available as she gives them this great look, it's so subtle. But anyways, that's his best friend. This woman and the doctor says, he suffered from an acute case of melancholy. I'm like, well, that's not exactly a medical term. But yes, he's depressed, his broken heart and he's suffering for all this guilt. And then one day he sees a woman that looks just like the woman that he fell in love with. And this is where the movie just goes to different level, and he just begging to take her out to dinner as if you look at this woman that I know and she's like, understand, like what kinds of spend some time with you just want to be. Around you, which for anybody was everybody law like, that's what I feeling is like I just like being in your space, and that's what he's saying. I just I just, you remind me, she's like, she died, didn't she? He's let's just, let's just get like all by Durham. Okay. Susie leaves on the voice over comes. She's writing a note. It is the same woman, and this was a plot that was done by this man to kill his wife. So he hires this woman to look like his wife fall in love Jimmy Stewart. And then when he's running up the stairs because she knows he knows that he suffered some vertigo. He will not be able to get her to the top. The husband is already there with his dead wife, throws her off the building and takes this woman. You know, five other spot knowing that Sturt will not get to the top. Is any of that make sense danced..

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"tom berenger" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"tom berenger" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"For awhile, crazy Ritchie agents as the airborne happy for poshness of good screwball comedy. Those I sixty minutes or so are treat lighthearted sure handed zippy that's a Mark Beeney of the Boston Globe. I finally crazy rich Asians won the reviewing this Sinophile. Thanks as always for checking us out and thank you. Robert Townsend. Listen back to the interview with this last week thought he was terrific, really funny and Seinfeld, good dude, and throw that he was able to make some time for us and thank you. Frank. Carlton Espy for him that up as always give some love on. I tunes rank and review, let us know what you like list, which don't like I'm into all of that kind of thing. In fact, I was even reading some of the recent reviews. People at posted only have one in September, but there's a couple of August and was very nice. The guy said, love your, you said you want feedback if it's negative debt. Do he says, why didn't like your father? Son list? You didn't include what dreams may come. The Robin Williams film. It's good father, daughter story. The Elsa said, a great film with Rachel mcadams called about time, which I've never seen. So. So chirp lab those. Listen also great top ten movies, check those out and thank you for making comments. Like I said, let's keep things rolling here for Maple. Leafs high, ranked, my movies, Rankin of five stars. Let me know what you like, what you don't like. I'll take it all before we get rolling. I got this package here. I'm so happy. It's Oscar ABC's. Now going to get screeners, big, big, Manila, envelope ear, and it says, just opened this minutes ago. Adnan Virk in ESPN films. I've include the first act of screenplay telled American low-life. I've worked on the hundred sixty four pages the final script for some time. I've described this film as a caper story that takes place in a small town, using football as a means about obation for both hero and villain. He goes on to scrap the story more. My hope is that yourself ESPN films is willing to help make a movie like American low-life. This gentleman sent me a screenplay. We're not deploying sin appeal. They have enough juice that I'm actually producing films. They think that I'm somehow involved with these fan films that I'm gonna read this green light it. I'm gonna just go ahead and we're gonna pick up the option on this doctor. I'll get kinda show on the phone right now. We wanna Oscar for Jay. Now we're gonna get one for American low-life. Very good title. Thank you Richard for sending at my way next time since screeners. Had a busy stretch and dancing busy Ritz have been Brizzi. Sometimes you're busy and eat a little change. I having trouble sleeping recently. So as I said in the pot, I went and watched insomnia was feeling overwhelmed county for the life I had. So I gave myself a case of vertigo sixtieth anniversary of Alfred Hitchcock film vertigo, which is one of the great masterpieces of all time and CNN awhile. So I hung her down and gave myself a couple hours respite in God what a movie exquisitely shot. That shouldn't be surprised. Anybody knows Hitchcock's work and the cinematography and the camera work is so detailed..

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