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Special effects worker on Travolta movie faces prison over explosives

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00:26 sec | 10 months ago

Special effects worker on Travolta movie faces prison over explosives

"News special effects worker faces up to ten years in federal prison after pleading guilty to illegally possessing explosives while working on the set of a movie in Georgia starring John Travolta Travolta was hit with sparks and treated for a minor injury during a mishap with special effects on the movie set Robert Christopher Bailey of Los Angeles was never charged with injuring the actor or anyone else he'll be sentenced in April I'm Lisa Sarah this is fox

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"travolta travolta" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:41 min | 10 months ago

"travolta travolta" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

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"travolta travolta" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

11:50 min | 1 year ago

"travolta travolta" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"There was great article on the Ringer Dot COM about Travolta's slide into who I don't WanNa say a relevance like what does he slid into like basically video on demand level movies B. Movies and you know how it's crazy because Travolta Travolta also had a similar not not this level but he sort of faded into obscurity until Quinn Tarantino kind of salvage his career well he actually actually had this twice. I feel like in his career that he fell off the map and I think he had like a little bit of the of bounce back with the baby talk or look who's talking I think was he was gone and then he had lose talking and then he went away again after after that yeah and then came back with reservoir dogs yeah and then he was bigger than ever I mean the late nineties he's putting up to big movies a year that are making close to one hundred million a lot of times and he's you know he's the lead star in a lot of movies. He's really I mean he's always the star of the movie I think one of the interesting things and the ringer piece brings it up to is like Travolta could do decent stuff if he was willing to be aside you know the fourth leader eighth lead in good projects that he would get jobs on his name recognition the only I think he's really done that with is the OJ Simpson TV show right yeah yeah. He's done a lot of crazy stuff. I'm trying to think if he had like another then bounce back after that he had like another like little peek in his career post pulp fiction he's he's been around forever but then he started doing like a really wacky stuff like hairspray he said like crazy film roles along along the way and now he was also in another notable terrible movie recently in God that was another one one of the worst movies twenty eighteen yeah well his last five movies have been Gotti speed kills trading paint the poison rose in the fanatic. I mean none of that probably even have like a twenty percent on rotten tomatoes. He's been ice cold other than playing Robert Shapiro Shapiro in the aforementioned American crime story though Jay's story INA valley of violence criminal activities life on the line. The forger killing sees I mean this is the last decade he has not being in a movie that you've heard of I guess he was in the taking of Pelham onto three. I don't know if he was a star now. We're we're looking on fifteen years of of like disaster level by by the way I don't know what you're sort of like relationship is with with the Travolta UV walk but my my like Peak Travolta for me is one of my favorite it shows my favorite TV show from the seventy s welcome back Kotter guy and as any Burrito to me that's when he peak because I've never even seen you know a lot of like urban cowboy or Saturday night fever. I've never right so yeah. I was familiar from the welcome back of course Greece another another big one of the look who's talking movies. I think were big hits in like He. I it's weird because I wonder if he's never had an agent or his agent has no say because there's no way that like a reasonable person can direct those movies at least made money in not going to ruin your career because they're not supposed to be good yeah but he's made so many bizarre even when he's like at the height of his power right after postal fiction when he could be in any movie for twenty million dollars a picture and he's doing Michael I was outside Michael and a lady came out and said he died. What's it going to see but you just spoiled? The movie I think Michael was does a little bit of a hit but he's also done like some like all high bad movies such as battlefield earth from two thousand but he is a scientologist intelligence and that's a scientology movies that may have been like a love project passion have been he's also in a white man's burden. A witch is not hold on ringer piece mentions yeah. He's in some all time bad movies visa. He might be the patron saint of the crappy movie diaper. I it's funny because he what wasn't his thing i. I almost think to use a baseball now that maybe some people won't get if like a hitter stops hitting home runs it doesn't always affect his his hall of fame case because that's a total right if you have six hundred home runs even if you're stay as baseball player in the major leagues for ten and more years it can only really hurt your batting average like it doesn't ultimately hurt your some of your totals. He's more of a pitcher in that he keeps having eight and a half the IRA his end. It's ruining ruining all fame chance yeah compiler like he's been in the game since the mid seventies so he's got you know four decades of of film projects where you know he has some you know all star seasons. You know a lot of you know five eighteen years along the way yeah we're also talking about someone like he was nominated for an Oscar forty. One years ago like his career is great even if he never acted again after two thousand five. It's probably better right. He's got Saturday night if he's got pulp fiction if he wanted Oscar would that be like the least likely Oscar ever now where his jet career trajectories like Tarantino come out of his fake retirement and salvaged Travolta again and get him an Oscar. I think he would have to be supporting actor. I don't think you can carry a factor. That's fine give him like eight minutes in in a movie be but like he knocks out of the park. Wouldn't that be great. If Travolta would win and I mean not maybe not I suppose he's not a great guy. He definitely has is some you know scandals around him yeah but yes controversy surrounds John Travolta Nicolas Cage. You know you're talking about the to face off guys. Which I guess is my favorite Travolta movie? Ever I really face off would be the ultimate face off of who is the patron saint of the crappy movie diaper. I mean that's the real face off but cage makes it's like high. It's so bad it's good. Travolta makes it so bad. This was so bad it's good this this phenomenon of movies we would not enjoy. I'm pretty sure his last ten movies is eight of them would be absolutely on what you WANNA. Do the poison rose next week. We'll put we'll put on. I don't like it. I think that's battlefield earth. I think it should be a consideration for the crappy movie diaper but let's see let's see how this okay Akiva the fanatic starring John Travolta of course if people wanted to watch this movie that we're talking about. I watched it on Amazon. Prime had to pay what to nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine four is the way that people have to watch this addison prime itunes or video-on-demand if you still have cable if you're not a cord cutter I think you could find that a video on demand okay all right so could you give us the plot of the film like the Synopsis Real Quick. What is the movie the fanatic about so all I knew about this movie going in was it is about a obsessive fan who stalks is in ruins? The life of a celebrity that they're obsessed with yeah not dissimilar to the plot of Celtic pride is that right Celtic pride and also the Missouri the little note yeah the little known but excellent Pat Oswald starring Film Big Fan where where he plays a die hard New York giants fan and it's a more serious version of this and it's excellent yes so very similar movie just as a sports fan instead instead of a and he's obsessed with the team not not so much an individual plan yeah some themes that have been explored. I think that the film also borrows of very much from the Eminem Song Stan well. Do you know that the the the major connection Stan in this movie is what Devon Saola was staying in the in the music video stand. Oh no yeah yeah so it. It doesn't bars from the story so is that intentional aw I I mean there aren't a lot of interviews with the director that I've rain is not because no one wants that we probably could have got Thurston for this would have been interesting yeah I. I don't know I would be funny if it was a total accident and Mike doesn't even know the words Stan or the Music Video Stan I mean I'm sure he was up to minimum was doing there. Were big at the same time. Yeah Okay Okay so Akiva that would we are introduced to the story of Moose played by John Travolta Alta there. There's a lot of narration in this film and if necessary now yes that is the calling card of any great film is a lot of narration right. I mean you can do it well. I think good narration works but it's it's so sporadic. It's it's not necessary ever and it's trying to be deep and it's just embarrassingly bad the movies The writers for this movie are Fred Durst Brainier the other riders writers main credit was as a stunt driver in two thousand nine and he's probably the brains of this operation. I mean the writing is the low point of this movie. I think you'll agree yeah a hoax much better than its written. It's mostly the writing and the acting the acting is bad but I think the writing is worse. okay so yeah we have a lot love narration here and the narrator of the film is a this woman Leah who is a friend of Moose She doesn't play a big role in the film on but she's GonNa be around later on now Moose. I it took me a little while the the film doesn't really come out and say it but he he appears to. Would you say I don't want to diagnose. What is the matter with Moose Incorrectly Akiva? Can you seek to will what are some of Moose's issues okay so I would say the most of the reviews have referred to move says says autistic autistic but there's no diagnosis in the movie and it's never really the you know we see a couple of flashbacks one flashback where his his mom sort of ignoring while he's watching movies but we we really learn nothing about him. You already mentioned this friend. Leo We learn nothing about why on Earth Leah Assem seemingly normal person and would put with him so say it with with Moose fifty years older than her you know he I guess I I guess if yeah he has a lot of a lot of ticks a physical tics not really verbal tics but yeah I think probably they're going own for autism okay. Do you think John Travolta was sold this script on a Tropic Thunder tiep pitch of that this would help him win an Oscar such a good question. Do you think Travolta thought this was a fred. Durst last movie now Fred Durst we should mention as directed two movies before one was sort of an indie movie with Jesse Eisenberg and a couple of other people. You've heard of that like didn't get great rave reviews but got totally reasonable like a guy could make a second movie reviews six point something and I'm debbie nothing bad at all and then he made a comedy with iced tea which like it didn't do well but didn't bomb a thirteen million dollars twenty million dollar budget so he had a track record that was like you know C. Plus B. minus Track Record uh-huh this is by far his worst work and may he didn't write the I. I'm not sure I can't imagine for wrote the comedy that would be scary this. This is clear like this is somehow huge. Maybe he liked one of those two films and that's what Travolta agrees to work with Fred durst or maybe like Travolta would just doesn't even read scripts anymore because you might be harder for cash having we heard things about he needs money..

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"travolta travolta" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"travolta travolta" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"It's some dude who's trying to just go to work and it's just a fucking car chase for no reason this chased this cab. He gets to the Manhattan Bridge. There's a Jew notice the fucking geographical cock-up here with the filming locations no Denzel is following Travolta Travolta just hails a cab yes and and he's clearly seen driving onto the Manhattan bound side of the Queensboro Bridge. Okay fucking drove up that on ramp every day of my life for years the good-looking our Tony Scott no that's the right. It's a great show me on ramps today. Find the perfect on Oh. Definitely there was a meeting about that. Absolutely I'll even take Cincinnati on ramp looks like I wanted to loaded the smokestacks doing. Background and so then immediately after that is when Denzel he's heading for the Manhattan Bridge and I was like what and then they actually do the Manhattan Bridge at the end of the movie and like Travolta does a huge traffic. Whatever Travolta gets out of the train nine out of the cab because the police have like coordoned-off the bridge now because Denzel calls nine one one says like hey no listen? I'm a guy that works for the M._T._a.. And tell them writer who who is this patch and use okay. I'm the guy who's being investigated for the Bra the all right the train thing that's still going on. We thought you went to jail. Oh Hey guys it's the bribe guys calling nine one one so he like they closed the bridge twenty one bridges over here Ho shit world pretending like we're not definitely really going to watch that movie theaters no maybe if I lose my job between now and then you do never know fingers crossed the audience. They're pitching to take time to write the streamers. Yeah that's true. That's my that's my retirement plan. That's true my retirement Greece and he he he confronts Touro a Travolta with his gun and he's like that's it in the line writer and like there's a bunch of cops at the end of the the other end of the bridge they're running towards and I'm sorry but see a black guy with a gun who they're telling their instructing to drop this gun yes there. Are there yelling they. They have their guns out there like drop your drop your gun and Travolta's like you gotTa. Kill me mother fucker you gotTA. Do you gotta sit. Everybody knows we got it great death and like <hes> Washington Zoo no man you can't do it. I'M NOT GONNA kill you too. I'M NOT GONNA kill you these if they WANNA kill you. Motherfucker Travolta's also like giving them this fucking spiel about how because he doesn't like say it correctly so like unless you've paid attention to the rest of who you don't really get it but he's basically saying like because he's made Denzel kind of like the hero of the day that he's given him his life back so he's like. I gave you life back. You know I gave you your life back and if you don't kill me right now I'm going to take your life back. Look I forced you to confess on the air portable device fight yeah so yeah you owe me. You Owe me big. Daddy and you've given me a boner all day so you're the one that needs to kill me and then in the greatest piece of science fiction Tony Scott ever directed Denzel Washington shoots John Travolta the death and these six police officers running over the bridge. Do nothing drop your guard man. Hey drop leg dave guns drawn on him like if you a black guy fucking opens a wallet and he's forty one on shots or whatever the fuck it that number is forty one Scherzer's this brings I mean that's I mean it's it's so insane. Blue cigarettes like what are we talking about here moving because it's not the real world and like these cops finally get up there. They're like oh you killed. How old are you talk? I guess the idea in this magic world is everyone knows what John Travolta las like it. Everybody knows what Denzel Washington looks like like.

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"travolta travolta" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"travolta travolta" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"You know, what I gotta tell you what I asked him off there to do the eyebrow thing. Right. And over the phone. Yes. Just as riveting just gentleman. It's the rocks. What is going on man? It is just as riveting over the. Really unbelievable. What I can do so much. So much. I really appreciate you waking up earlier joining us this morning. Thank you guys. I appreciate you have meal. Bad right now. No, no, no. No, no. You know, when I do these. I'm one of these guys do guy. I gotta get up. I put my shoes on I like hat on stand up. Do all this stuff. I people you can just tell her in bed. Like, we talked to Shannon, Doherty the other day at eleven thirty and he can sell. She's just lying around with her dog nearby. I appreciate you getting up man, that's nice on the fortieth floor looking on New York City. How's it look today? Looking cool. It's cold. Yeah. Is it really goes down in Florida? We wish over here too, man. We know you've got you've got strong roots here, and congratulations on what you've translated into a brilliant career. My man, thank you so much shit. Ain't no problem. We were just talking before the show about when you got your back injury. And you're playing football. And you probably went through a period of all my God. My career path has been shaken up a bit. How long was it between that time? And then when you feel I realize you made it not just as an actor and as a wrestler, but as an icon, well that was years. I mean, it was it was years. I hurt my back in in nineteen ninety five and it wasn't until I would say ninety nine two thousand. Two thousand one and there was a time period there where it was. It was awful from it from at Miami. You know in the goal at Miami is always to win the national championship graduate from school. And then go the NFL. Absolutely. And you know between my back and between some guy named warns that that didn't happen. That dad were well looking at now he's looking real good with the raiders so far. Started that seemed like a bad thing ended up really being a good thing because you have a TV like so much more. It was it was a blessing. You know, it really wouldn't have changed anything model of perseverance. Yeah. I got some good people around me, you know. And and it's easy. It's easy to take a big swing of you got that comfort level. You know that I could just fall back on. Absolutely. Let's talk about grid. Arguing silent. Rob saw last night. Yeah. We have you gone to any premieres and seen it with the people yet. Oh, hell, yeah. But nobody knows them there. I sneak in and I'm in the back. I'll tell you. What's amazing? We ended up. We did a snake last night. And it was a sold out show. And there were people clapping and cheering and yelling at the screen, and it was really cool to watch it. You know, as a cynical radio media type looking at all these people who are just like just fans just totally gross with a really cool sport. He's the people's champion, man. That's right. Well, you know, I say I mean, that's the part. I love when I go and reactions been the same, you know. And then the beginning of the movie, you know, the movies pretty raw ingredients right in the beginning. And you know, what these kids have done, but throughout the movie, you learn to grow to love these kids, and you grow to care about them. And then at the end, I think once the movies done in you see the documentary footage, and you realize that word for word these kids lived some of them died. You know, you're moved man and you exude likability on the screen pick people out in the audience has the ability to just follow you in a movie and fall in love with you do think that you've got the acting chops to pull off a role where where the audience just despises you like a serial killer or like not a pedophile. But something like that a detestable character. I think possibly and therein lies. That's a good point. Like, there's a challenge. And that's what I would love to do. But I think you know, what always makes a great bad guy is to have a guy who who hasn't during qualities. No doubt, you know, like Hannibal lector. You'll love him. But but he's gonna each, dammit. I would love to see you do something on that level. Because I think man, you're already where you are. Don't get me wrong far be it from sudden loser radio guy to tell you what to do with your career. But now I would love to see like this over the top just guy, you're like, can you believe the loathsome rock in this movie? Say that if people to hate you is the biggest of your problem. You already took one major chance. And I gotta say I hope you take this in the way of meant. Because I meant it as be cool. You were the only redeeming quality of what I thought was very disappointed movie considering how great Get Shorty was. But you store on that, dude. I appreciate that. I it was just a it's a lot of. Yeah. That that that was a testament to your acting ability because again, Get Shorty a brilliant claim. There was a great movie. I don't know, man. I don't know what Travolta Travolta is interesting. Let's talk John Travolta, just for a minute because he lives locally. What's that cat? Really? Like, man. I gotta tell you. He's he's a cool guy. He's a he's really really cool guard that very very nice guy. You know, verse moods. Very aware of everything goes on loves his planes and all that stuff. I can't say about word about the guy. Are there people? You can say bad words about your your Mr. like everybody. No one's gonna smart off to you. Well, yes, that's the thing. My my first thing was celebrities, especially with actors, and I'm sure you guys have talked to them before they have a tendency to get a little pretentious you want to put the foot and you're in there. But for the most part like, I always get a different person. Right. You know, I'm sure they're gonna show a different face. You know, I I get the Nicey Nicey face. Andy dick, isn't gonna lick him. Which is good. The the rock. Definitely wants to smell what your coach. He definitely wants to smell at the rockets picket. Hey, congratulations. Dwayne on a great career, thus far my man gridiron gang. In theaters today. Everybody go out and see it on what football's loss is definitely the the acting world's gain. And you've done a great job keeping it all together, man. And we couldn't be prouder of you next time. You're you're in Orlando every once in a while. Right. Every once in a while you live in Tampa for a long time. Yeah. We'd love for you to stop by and say Hello. Cool. Definitely. Well, thanks. Thanks. Congratulations again on the movie, dude. And we hope to talk to you soon. Thank you guys so much. I appreciate it. Take care of that. So Justice a great guy right there. Joining us right now. This is a real pleasure. I have not spoken to this man in my twenty some odd years in broadcasting, and I'm fascinated by him. He played a character on one of my dad's favorite shows growing up, which I was forced to watch starting around the one thousand nine hundred seventies. Of course, we're speaking of the man who played captain James Tiberius, Kirk commander of the federation starship USS enterprise on the series. Star Trek has since written a series of book books played TJ Hooker, which I absolutely loved and appeared and quite possibly the most meta hilarious sketch on Saturday Night Live where he addressed a group of Trekkies by saying get alive. Of course, I'm referring to none other than the great William Shatner himself. Her shattered. Thank you very much for joining us today. Appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you. What a what an introduction. It's almost time to close. That's fantastic. And all this is to say that I will be in Tampa on Saturday night. Well, there's a Comecon. I think it's Friday Saturday and Sunday, I'll be there Saturday night and Sunday at the Hilton down airport west shore that is absolutely correct. Twenty to twenty five north Lois avenue to be precise. Other guests scheduled include Leonard nimoy via Skype, clearly Mr. shattner cares. More about the people. Kevin Sorbo who played her to lease. And and I'm just kidding. By the way, I'm not one of those try to stir up mass between you and all the other Star Trek characters does that really piss you off sometimes when people seem so. After you've after fifty five nothing. This is you off. Waking up and smelling. Another day is pretty much. All you need to get you in a good. And the fact that you have your old factory senses. Anyway. Right. Is you know, there's a great joy there. And if you can get out of bed, and you're not limping think of the the ecstasy, that's flooded, your heart. No doubt about it. And for a guy like you did you ever dream in a million years when you were auditioning for the part of James t Kirk that it would launch the rest of your life down that road, and you'd be beloved known by so many people. Well, no, of course, not anymore than this interview fifty years from now, we'll be held up as an example of how.

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

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

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

"And so if you've ever seen any silent film, all the performances, or usually there's a few that have settled acting, but most of them are about oh, a better have two minutes of my is getting wide to let you know. I'm scared and that is. Nick cage all over you can't be too big for Nick cage. He wants to be as large as those big screen icons of the silent era, but we've discussed Nick cage before and I always love that. He is such a character driven actor in that when he gets hired for a role. He immediately goes to the director and says, what can I do to adds some depth to my character? What can I do to make him? Feel more real is some movies. I'm going to be a body builder. Who bench press women as my thing here? He was at I like dragons, I was born in the year of the dragon to gold guns with dragons on them, and a dragon money clip dragons are going to be castor, Troy's trademark took those same two guns over to snake eyes. Because I remember him having golden guns in that too. I mean, it's ghost rider right with Karen carpenter and jelly beans. Yes. I'm kind of angry because you're plying these things make. The character more realistic. I making fun of him. There flourishes to bring attention to him. And the choices that he makes I would say this is where I get I get a lot of we're in the post Tarantino era. I mean, pimps were very trendy and cages essentially playing a blaxploitation pimp. He has got Cates. He's got gold guns. So much flair in all of this. He's offered like a box of chiklis and referred positive. Those chiklis had to be his choice to Jin Travolta spent two weeks together before this movie working on mannerisms. And what each other could do that they could mimic now, I think this movie has one base flaw because here at the beginning, you have Nick cage acting like Nick cage. Right. And you've got John Travolta doing what? Travolta does for the bulk of this movie, you have cage trying to act lead Travolta, think at Travolta trying to act like cage, but these guys are performers. They're not. Actors. They're not somebody who you're going to get to do the Christian bale. Dick Cheney leg embodiment of a person. I think at the beginning, Nick cage should have already been playing Travolta Travolta, should be playing cage. So when they flip for the rest of the movie, they could actually just be themselves. I'll say this. I think Travolta is not a very good actor. He's got a great screen presence. But his acting ever blows me away. And I never by him as trying to pull off, and he cage type stuff in this Nick age on the other hand when he's Nick cage doing John Travolta doing Nick cage. Bad. But I love it. It is so over the top cut Travolta out of this Bill just make it all about cage cage has established himself as someone that likes bad acting. And so he's he's hard to grade. You just have to kind of watch what he's doing Travolta is someone that actually tries to give good performances, and is usually at his best when he sweet I find I liked the performances where he's in light or films like Get Shorty, but he has many times tried to be a dramatic actor and his impersonations of cage or about as good as personnel of Robert Shapiro in that OJ moving in his more recent Godley film, like he's tried to be other people, and you realize that he's not he is John Travolta, the sweet guy from the Bronx who just wants to dance. I don't like him when he's in this mode. And I don't think cage has a lot to work with and having to satirize that all I wanted this whole movie, and I never got. What was to see John Travolta, try to make that vampire's kiss face? I wanted wants to see him do that. And he never does. Or if he does it's so half-hearted that I didn't pick it up. Yeah. They're acting sows are very different. And I think cage probably enjoyed the challenge of trying to satirize Travolta. But Travolta, looks like he's uncomfortable. It both in his straight man role here and later trying to be the villain in the straight man role. He does look comfortable, but you have to understand this is a guy with a big chip on his shoulder..

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"travolta travolta" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"travolta travolta" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Countdown on K U G N. Having breakfast. Our pass around the tater tots on the DJ program. Victoria, Kyun is here. He has the training story. Jennifer is that she's got her blood pressure monitor and she's all set. She's okay. Kerr show him. Doc. I just pronounced you. Instead of man and wife, you're all okay. Victoria, bring us in this show. Welcome into this half hour, please. Well, let's talk about something else. That's fun. And okay, the thirty nine th annual golden raspberry awards have been the nominations have been announced. And if you're not familiar with those those are called the Razzies have this celebrates the worst in movies at that come out of Hollywood and the movies that I like best action. I always like with on that list better, quote, unquote, winners of the Razzies will be announced on February twenty third that is the day before the the Oscars get handed out. So here are some of the nominations this year for worst picture Gotti, which looked terrible the happy time, murders, Travolta Travolta was. Yup. Holmes and Watson. Yeah. Been talking about that behind the scenes, Robin Hood, which is a movie you actually liked Doug. I did I got nominated for worst picture and Winchester, which is a movie that I saw that start. Helen Mirren about the widow Winchester, and that crazy house that she kept building all night long every day. All right. Yeah. Wasn't. It wasn't weird rate movie. But it wasn't terrible. But she's nominated also as worst actress in the movie for Winchester, Jennifer garner. Got a Razzie nomination for being worst. Actress and peppermint, which I didn't see, but came we'll be was an okay movie, Melissa McCarthy got double nominations. She was nominated for worst actress in the happy time murders and life of the party and. The life of the party. I thought I mean, it's not gonna win in the Oscar or anything, but it was a sweet movie, it looked cute. Yeah. I saw it on airplane. It was fine. These damn critics. What are they know? I think this is actually think the Razzies are sort of based are loosely based on the data from rotten tomatoes. So this is sort of fan voted worst actor nominations, go to Johnny Depp for Sherlock gnomes. Even though he's not even in the movie, it's animated. It's just his voice. So I'm not sure why they're picking on him. We'll Farrell got a nomination for worst actor and Holmes and Watson, John Travolta. Donald J Trump as himself somehow he got nominated for worst, actor in-depth of a nation and Fahrenheit eleven nine. I guess he makes appearances and both of those movies anybody's willing to take a shot at in just take a shot at Trump and breezy welfare night eleven nine also got nominated for worst picture too. So I don't think anybody liked any of it. I was also nominated for a death wish for worst actor. So the rat. I'm going to bet on the other side from what I hear about this m night shallan movie. I did not see I saw STAN and Ollie over the weekend. Which was pretty sad actually the story and what's his face who is in Watson and Holmes. John. Yeah. Quite a good actor, and he does he does the same thing in this movie that Christian bale did in vice when you look at him. You cannot tell it's him. That's how good the makeup is whatever they do to change their appearances. They they they looked at. It was just a guy named cougar news in English actor who's actually quite good plays. Oliver hardy mean plays STAN laurel, and it was a nice. It was sad though is the about the end of their careers, and it was just kind of sad. But at any rate, there are a lot of those good moves around that don't all they get ignored like all arrested. You know, there's a lot of stuff. That's there. That's good. That gets lost. Have you seen yet? I still don't know. And you know, seen it. I went there. It is playing at the same theatre where STAN and Ollie were playing. And I was my attention was to go there and see that movie. And if I didn't like it, I was gonna leave in time to watch standing Ali. But I didn't have time because I was so busy clearing out the yard here. I didn't get done until five o'clock. So I didn't have time to make both of them. But I do it's there, and I'll make it my business to go see. And then I'll report to you. If I can today, it's a damn cold. Maybe I'll go early this evening and see it. So there's that. Yeah. The razzies. Okay. What else do we know about was? There's something else about the Oscars. I read over the weekend. How's it going to do it? I guess is that they're well. They're definitely going without a host, right? Yeah. I think they're just going to have they're trying to get as many presenters. I guess as possible big news, right? I am Suming voice of God kind of thing. But other than that. I don't know it'll be boring. All right. I started the hour by saying I had a couple of things from the FDA. We're talking about opioids and stuff. Here's something that I believe is worth consideration. And you know, me I'm not a big fan of the FDA and the government in general. But I think this consideration has some merit the Commissioner of the food and Drug administration says that the cigarette industry is going to face what he considered an existential threat because of the number of young people who were vaping. And as it goes up. The Commissioner says e cigarette makers may either they set up a regulation to stop marketing, the young people or are they going to yank the each cigarettes off the market who thinks this is a good idea. I think they should take them off the market anyway because they're not good for kids. Good for anybody. There. So I think this is a time where I'm one hundred percent behind the government saying, Nope, let's just get rid of this. 'cause it's what's the point. Who is it helping it's well, you know, there are those who would save toria that it's a personal choice and. What I feel like I feel like as much as I can't stand it and as much as I think it serves no purpose. I dunno there. That's a slippery slope. It's one of those Jennifer proves how effective advertising all of this stuff. The opioid thing with all of the doctors. If you didn't hear me talking about that a little while ago. Was it thirty nine forty million dollars spent last year market opioids to doctors. So if they are that easily, I guess influenced by advertising advertising works, and in this circumstance of really tough choices, and is removing one of those things going to do anybody any good the ideas, we should want people to make the right choice because it's the right choice. And yes, we should. I just don't think that I don't know that people really think I don't know that it's the information is out there in terms of marketing to show people how poison. This stuff really is. So if we're going gonna leave them on the market, then there should be like the way the tobacco industry has to do. So many numbers of PSA's public service announcements and things then they should have something just for vaping to show commercial upon commercial of this is even worse for you than a regular cigarette. And that's something that just needs to be hammered into people's brains. And then maybe they will make the right choice. I don't know. So there had been some plans that were put forth to limit flavored e cigarette sales age restrictions enforced there about that. Just. You know, you can't they haven't Mcgann stations now convenience stores and they're trying to limit that. But I hear what Jennifer saying and as a libertarian thinker. I agree to a point. But I also once in a while come down on the side of regulation, and this may be one of them because we apparently not smart enough. This is if we had an educated population or school system who was actually working Jennifer where these sorts of things health education, which is woefully a poorly taught we ought to have it should be a federal mandate. You have reading writing what is it stem or steam stuff? They call it. Now. And this is then sex sorry health education, it include sex education is not a part of the curriculum. And it really needs to be every other progressive. After that we need to limit businesses who are businesses. Not even we need to limit businesses. Should do the right thing and not allow people to vape in in public places because one of the things that people like about vaping is that you don't you're not disrupting people with smoke so much. So you can sneak him into a nightclub. You can put them you can seek him into a restaurant or bathroom, or whatever's people can actually get that. If you actually if if businesses and this would actually be capitalism working here, if businesses would say, no not on my grounds that might take away some of the the glamour behind it. Because a lot of people look at it as he alternative where they can get with a need without encroaching on other people. Yeah, you're right. All right in a moment, a focus on Mexico that has nothing to do with migrants that's up next here on the DJ V show. Inflatable noodle, man. His.

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"travolta travolta" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"travolta travolta" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

"So there won't be that sort of friction, and but that doesn't mean that we have to cook everything. So we did it dry run a few weeks ago. Oh, cool. And that that out. Yeah. Turkey breast, and it turned out great. We got Andrea got the dressing recipe for my mother that's been handed down like four generations. That's all she did a half blood prince version of it may or may not work for you. Harry Potter even love Harry Potter, read them, all we're beginning him go. Okay. Good. So she likes all took the recipe, and then did like a bunch of notations. She did a couple runs of it. And did some stations on what she learned from those on the recipe. And so now, I think it's I think we're ready for primetime. So we would that is that is very we discovered suveyed six months ago. Oh my God. How how did I not know about this already? If I would have had suveyed in college, and like learned to cook that way because it almost is. It's almost foolproof like you almost can't screw it up. Right. Do you know how much? I want to say this and not be offensive. How many women I would have been able to? You would have impressed by I'm cooking. I there is no faster undergarment moisture than being able to cook a nice meal for a woman. Independent dropper. That's hunt. That known how to Mike God, it would have been just like in Ohio buffet and college, my friend lakes as one could say, so yeah, I think we're gonna we're gonna do the deal for, you know, small version thanksgiving seeing some thanks giving carols, which is are there. Thanks giving songs. I can't think of any, you know, they're. There's there's the atom sailor. Thanksgiving song, you know, what? It's like it's from one of his albums jolly it was on. So okay. Like most high school boys since I don't know what mid-nineties. I had meet me. My buddies had like an Adam Sandler face certain. And you know, it starts it starts like the gateway Adam Sandler drug like. SNL in Madison, then you get into the. I've been accused of being happy Gilmore, so then you get into the real hardcore stuff, which is the comedy albums that Adam Sandler has but piece of shit car. Yeah. Yeah. That's a great one. So his first album is. AM pace. They're all gonna laugh to feed in paces. Still Look good. good. So good. So fixing telling his on. They're all gonna laugh at you. And so we got really into to that. And all the all the sketches on it. And okay. So we were like head long in the middle of an atom Saint like six-month-long, Adam Sandler bender were. That's like all we listen to the car. And I mean, just you know, just a lot at of sailor. I remember one time I had an English class was a senior in high school. And for some reason, my English teacher liked the movie, Michael do you remember that movie with John Travolta, Travolta? Yeah. And he's like an angel or some shit. It's stupid. So she liked it so much that she gave extra credit if you went to go see it and then brought your ticket stub in. Stupid, and I need like I needed that five points. Whatever it was I need in bad way. Not get us. So we go see this movie, and it's just gone off is so bad. I don't even remember it's boring, and there's some scene, I guess AD..

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"travolta travolta" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"travolta travolta" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"You guys love by the way, never has. It been quite as over. They have been changing the rules for a long time. But never has been quite so avert. The Tom Brady is birth lane. A different sport than everyone else on his nine yard scramble. He's just playing by different rules ever. He is he drops back to pass. And everyone knows he's he is fine. China be careful around right? So much our guys just the they don't want to tackle. To get to the end zone in those nine yards. I felt so bad. But that defender they should play him and just like a big bubble a bubble bubble wrap. Like one of those what didn't want their kid in the movie like mask or something. Or was it boy in the bubble. What was Travolta, John? I was a boy in the plastic bubble. And then there was no bubble. Boy was sort of new spin on the concept, and that was with jig Jilin. Donna, can you? Give me some details. I don't remember any of this movie. Wait a minute. How old was Travolta Travolta, live in the bubble? Or was he the dad of the person who was living on the bus was John Travolta Magadan bubble. So he was a teenager. So he's a teenager in a bubble. I don't remember anything about the movie, except there was someone who is trying to live in a bubble. And I believe Tom Brady is doing that very successfully every once in a while he steps out of the budget to have a single carb. And then he returns back to the bubble. Where no one's allowed to tackle him. And it's great for the sport. Man. It's it is such a great rule change to make the rules different for everyone on the field than it is for the quarterback because you get forty three forty question. How did tyreek hill jump in the air land? And then accelerate past everyone that guy that guy speed. There are a couple of guys in link and it will get it'll get stopped like fast Albert for Miami. He's just faster than everyone else out there. Tariq Cohen each just faster Antonio Brown simply faster than everyone else out there. But we'll get knocked out of you. And especially at the running back position. Like I saw yesterday. The mummified remains of Jamaal Charles coming out of the backfield trying to catch a pass for Jacksonville. And he looked so slow. And I'm like how did Jamaal Charles get slow and how it happened is. He just took two years worth the hits. Jamaal Charles ended up on Jacksonville. Another good question. I don't know, man. The rules are changed. So these little guys are used to be slide. Guys would run across the middle. You can't touch them anymore. So I don't really know how you're gonna put a hit on tyreek hill you could change the rules. All you want. You're still going to have twenty thirteen Houston buffalo. I mean that games never gonna go away. Ever. I don't care what you do to the roles that game will always exist. Oh, Nathan Peterman. As the only guy in the league, who's totally incumbent. I can get nineteen twenty nine out of anybody in that league except for the Peterman Brock Osweiler had a good game. That's the thing us while. I did not think you ever put it on the poll. Did you think that you would live the rest of your days and see Brock Osweiler storm back from down twenty one tap? It's like watching the Georgia Tech and try and come back on offense. And they did because he a bubble screen. Albert Lewis took a hundred Albert.

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"travolta travolta" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"travolta travolta" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"There's the sand you guys love by the way. Never hasn't been quite as over. They have been changing the rules for a long time, but never has been quite so overt that Tom Brady is playing a different sport than everyone else that on his nine yard scramble. He's just playing by different rules ever. He is. He drops back to pass and everyone knows he's, he is fine. China. Be careful around it right so much our guys just the, they don't want to tackle. A month to get to the end zone in those nine yards. I felt so bad, but that defender. They should play him in just like a big bubble a bubble. Just bubble wrap, like one of those didn't want their kid in a movie like mask or something, or was it boy in the bubble? What was it was? It was John Travolta, John was I was a boy, the plastic bubble. And then there was no bubble boy was a sort of new spin on the concept, and that was with jig Jilin all hold on and make some deals. I don't remember any of this movie. Wait a minute. How old was Travolta Travolta live in the bubble or was he the dad of the person who was living in Mr. Khader John Travolta Magadan in bubble. So he was a teenager, so he's a teenager in above. I don't remember anything about the movie except there was someone who is trying to live in a bubble. And I believe Tom Brady is doing that very successfully every once in a while he steps out of the budget bubble to have a single carb, and then he returns back to the bubble. Where no one's allowed to tackle him and they it's great for the sport, man, it's it is such a great rule change to make the rules different for everyone on the field that it is for the quarterback because you get forty three forty questionable. Sometimes you get forty three forty question. How did tyreek hill jump in the air land and then accelerate past every day, that guy that guy's speed. There are a couple of guys in the league and it will get it'll get stop like fast Albert for Miami. He's just faster than everyone else out there. Torri Cohen. He's just faster and Tonio Brown just simply faster than everyone else out there, but it will get knocked out of you and especially at the running back position, like I saw yesterday, the mummified remains of Jamaal Charles coming out of the backfield trying to catch a pass for Jacksonville, and he looked so slow. And I'm like, how did you mall Charles, get slow and how it happened is he just took two years where the hits, how did Jamaal Charles end up on Jacksonville? Another good question. I don't know, man, the rules are changed. The rules are changing. So these little guys that used to be slot guys would run across the middle. You can't touch them anymore. So I don't really know how you're gonna put a hit on tyreek hill. You could change the rules, all you want. You're still going to have twenty thirteen Houston, buffalo. I mean that gains never gonna go away ever. I don't get what you do to the rules that game will always exist and, oh, Nathan Peterman. As the only guy in the league who's totally incompetent. I can get nineteen for twenty nine out of anybody in that league except for the Peterman Brock Osweiler had a good game. Well, that's the thing us while I did not think you ever put it on the poll. Did you think that you would live the rest of your days and see Brock Osweiler storm back from down twenty one, ten. It's like watching the Georgia Tech offense. Try and come back on offense that's like an and they did because he threw a bubble screen that Albert Lewis took one hundred Albert. Kind of goes easy. Yeah, just the dollar there. We're, we're all like Brock Osweiler came back twice from fourth-quarter deficits and put up five hundred and forty yards of offense against the league's best defense, unbelievable. It was Khalil Mack. Where was that? Neutralize Aleve, neutral to Juan, James and nickel Leary, and shipping running backs. They completely neutralist another one of those games where it's the Spiderman means got Congo's looking at the dolphins and they're pointing any each. You mentioned Jamaal Charles house, Frank core doing this. He's like sixty. That's a good question that not with speed..

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"travolta travolta" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"travolta travolta" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Or younger michael you always comes on remind us at the celtics have won more championship than the lakers younger younger jay older break the time michael he's younger is younger but not by much he was also born in nineteen fifty five but in november so he is a little bit younger than you okay bruce willis gregg bruce willis older younger than michael i think he's older jay older michael he's older all three of you wrong bruce born on my wife's birthday march nineteenth in nineteen fifty five michael so you're two years old are two months old mel gibson gregg mel gibson older older older okay jay i'll say a little younger little younger mike oh no he's older to me right mel gibson is younger than you he was born in january of fifty six seventy does he smoke yeah michael by the way you have four out of nine you're terrible at this game but you can you can hit five hundred if you get this last run here it is that will decide respectability or not for you john travolta greg john travolta travolta older or younger than michael thompson i didn't they fever i remember watching that going i remember wearing the clothes and dancing just like him say older greg is going older jay i'll say just a little younger okay michael i remember seeing the movie we all went to the movie love soundtrack greatest soundtrack in movie history by the way the bg's i'm gonna go he's younger what john travolta was born on february eighteenth nineteen fifty four is a year older than you wow i hate to report this michael is actually the best of you three bucks i got four greg gut three j on the four hundred eight one for that i got to i thought i got to i may have not given you credit but i have you unofficially as one for ten all right michael you got one more one more okay since what i'm not going to be here to see it i'll be probably on a yacht sailing around the bahamas the sp's are in a couple of days here so let's vote on.

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"travolta travolta" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"travolta travolta" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Gantcho i'm david main camp that is robin sars for the late there what happened i was starting to not off because you you put soccer on the television well i put it up because belgium in france are playing right now and i've got a rooting interest in red devils of belgium is that really the mascot the red devils the red devils of belgium yes yeah i mean it's just they're pretty much stand in the middle of the field he can ball around this giant grass field enthralling that's what that is well it is so johnny depp yes well he is film crew members alleging now in a new lawsuit that johnny depp punched him in the face twice filming a movie in la is lawsuit was filed by location manager greg rocky brooks he claims that he was fired from the movie called city of lies when he refused to sign paper saying he would not sue over the incident says in april of last year the movie's director told him to let them know that an upcoming shot would be would have to be today's last they were running out of time on the permit and depth then turn around screamed obscenities adam and punched him twice in the ribs and offered him one hundred thousand dollars to punch back i'll give you a hundred thousand dollars if you punch me back jerry talks right that was halfway decent look i m s shoes yes so there you go he's an he's he's got some problems well he's got some anger management issues i think yeah could say that he knows really interesting utech i haven't thought of johnny depp in a long time because the last time i saw him was the hollywood vampires thing he does he's in a band with alice cooper and some other guys in the band joe perry yeah i mean really go round and do these and they play songs by dead people it's like the doors songs and jimi hendrix sitting you know stuff like that okay so they call themselves the hollywood vampires yeah that's the last time i saw him i haven't seen gobi in forever it's okay you know it's a good bar band yeah if you're going out to see somebody but that got me on a rabbit hole i went down trying to find out how where binney barberini has been the last ten years he he's got a movie coming out what's it called it's on gotti john gotti oh that's isn't that just came out with john travolta travolta navarino thing got shredded it's gone already isn't it i remember that when the opening grand closing you know i guess it did and but i i went i see something on him and i'm like this is interesting so i go down the rabbit hole about what what the hell happened to john travolta and then i saw this i'm like i don't even know this movie i'd never heard of this movie before yeah no nobody could figure out why this movie was so terrible but i guess it's really grandma's really bad so i have something here because you and i usually when jamie's here yes mark mark is here he usually he is the referee for a game that you and i might partake in yes he's the arbiter you win all over i think no you've won a couple you had a couple of back to back victories hockey and then well yeah you've been sliding ever since so i wanted to now pit you against producer craig here we go he's going to be made so this do we don't we have it i think there you go okay titans top seven reasons people would quit their jobs lots of different reasons why someone would quit their job new survey as people the number one reason why they leave their job okay we have seven reasons here's seven reasons here the magic number is fifteen sounds correct case you're the arbiter who goes that's it well no i i'll leave it up to the contestants here.

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"travolta travolta" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"travolta travolta" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Joe on databank camp that robbins robinson late there what happened i was starting to not off you put soccer on the television well i put it up because belgium in france are playing right now uhhuh got a rooting interest in the red devils of belgium is that really the mascot the red devils asks the red devils of belgium yes yeah i mean it's just they're pretty much stand in the middle of the field can a ball around this giant grass field enthralling that's what that is well it is the johnny depp well he is a film crew member is alleging now in a new lawsuit johnny depp punched him in the face twice filming movie in la this lawsuit was filed by location manager greg rocky brooks he claims that he was fired from the movie called city of lies when he refused to sign papers he would not sue over the incident says in april of last year the movie's director told him to let them know that an upcoming shot would be would be today's last they were running out of time on the permit and depth then turn around screamed obscenities punched him twice in the ribs and offered him one hundred thousand dollars to punch back give you i'll give you a hundred thousand dollars if you've done for me back talks right that was halfway decent giant shoes yes so there you go he's an he's he's got some problems well he's got some anger management issues i think you could say that he does really interesting you talk about i haven't thought of johnny depp in a long time because the last time i saw him was the hollywood vampires thing he does he's in a band with alice cooper and most of other guys in the band joe perry yeah i mean really the go round and do these and they play songs by dead people it's like the doors songs and jimi hendrix and stuff like that okay they call themselves the hollywood vampires yeah that's the last time i saw him i haven't seen any forever it's okay you know it's a good bar band but if you're going out to see somebody but that got me on a rabbit hole i went down trying to find out how where vinnie barbara reno has been the last ten years whereas event he he's got a movie coming out what's it called on gotti john gotti oh that's isn't that just came out with john travolta travolta navarino thing got shredded it's gone already i remember that when grand opening grand closing you know i it did and but i i went i happened to see something on him and i'm like this is interesting so i go down the rabbit hole about what what the hell happened to john travolta and then i saw this i'm like i don't even know this movie i'd never heard of this movie before yeah no nobody could figure out why this movie was so terrible if but i guess it's rig grandma's really bad so i had something here 'cause 'cause you and.

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"travolta travolta" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr

Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"travolta travolta" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr

"So we learned a lot today france we learned that brad williams like don't make is a married man a liberal agent i mean he applies liberally yeah instructions apply liberal i'm ocean apply conservatively yes weird shampoo bottles always repeat i'm not using the ship more than i have to night again you dummy why what i made a mistake replace this every two weeks i wonder why you said that shirks you guys are bunch of shams we learned that midgets down nations have a east coast west coast hip hop beef longstanding i started joy shit and i will end your shit if you don't stop talking shit on crip i need my fellow dwarves to rise up and unite yeah no it's fucked up tell dwarf to rise up but we need to unite against these donation cross my mind vance was like oh yeah i circle back for you yeah and then oh then one more thing about my wife and you'll like this she's a fourth fourth don black belt in taekwondo that i can wake up with yeah yes yeah right now naked threesomes deeper into the hood take over your black we don't buy blacks we borrow blocks i agree don yeah cheese cheese she one nine on works you go to the all and you take lessons become yellow belt your spleen karate no i was gonna explain like jingling so she you know she did it for a long time no test at one point her highest ranking was number two in the nation and taekwondo that was her highest ranking zo it's a second thing that she does too on i've means is a secondary martial art yeah to up kito is that like that's like judo right yeah i don't know i honestly i'm drawing a blank i think it's a version well if we both think yeah all i knew is he can be one up you want to produce chalice i don't even know l kito i don't either it's eight hook at this quick rian martial art in or ground let's get to the anymore employs joint locks grappling and throw grappling good 'cause it straight up type one dough it's like oh i would love the fight you because kicks you just run at them holding a bat close at space there's nothing you can do yeah man i mean not you're like a fourth degree dawn we'll fuck a manage yeah so before you get in yeah yeah my shrink me like making some analogy and he goes delay fights go yeah he goes distance make finds he goes jitsu guy if i'm ju jitsu gracie jiu jitsu black belt where do you wanna be standing up throwing he goes all right and he goes if i'm type one he goes i'm taekwondo black belt how far away from me do you want to be feet and i go are you a black he goes no i just went yeah the clip my fucking jewish guy like are you know oh i'm be like this arm be out there but not not order and he said your wife's an eighth degree dawn and every fighting style you'll never win you can just identify when you change styles and switch went oh my god it's really over i mean i knew it was so yes that's dropping the hammer ship it's the only other time i heard dawn yeah it's or hip hop it's the dawn seeing maximum or or if you watch the new movie gotti but that's not going to be it's not gonna be the same john they played them like gate right there's no there's no tag appropriate for that joke what i love good on its own one second you look at me like you fucking i did did i know 'cause i i had to dissect joke in my head it was like wake okay yep playing gotti who is john travolta travolta always like john gotti all my goddess where would you try to have a carnival for the kids be great i'm gonna do some racketeering missed it oh mr catch your.

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"travolta travolta" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"travolta travolta" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"No shit when watch when you're little girl gets a little bit older and she can understand stuff because it's a beautiful film it's really it's a kids movie and you wouldn't suspect him of being able to put together a kids movie but he's such a he's such a consummate artist and he loves the movies so much that he can go into that world i mean this guy that made musicals he's made documentaries he's made religious films he's made biblical epics he's made he's made crime dramas he's done he's done comedies he's done everything you excited about his new movie the irishman you know what i'm scared i saw posted today for forgotten what happened with trailing please god if there's a trail of two thousand eighteen i've seen a trailer for you did see yeah look travolta travolta travolta is great there's nobody better travolta really delivers he's just a fucking great he's a movie star but he is a great actor but you know but but the movie star thing overwhelms everything else that he does but that movie was supposed to come out so long ago and then it got buried and then i thought i started think he was going to start doing straight to video shit so what's happening with it here it is what the funky says 'cause i just saw the posted today strong light strong violence and pervasive language take some of his greatest city in the world mice i was a kidney streets and made it to the top.

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"travolta travolta" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"travolta travolta" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"It's not a big budget movie but i went with godley oh okay starring john travolta travolta as as the dapper don himself john gotti and kelly preston as his wife and ella bleu travolta as their daughter i sense a pattern sense of vanity project and one might and when you and when you factor in the fact that it got moved from december to june there was a whole bunch of michigan with changing studios it feels like a vanity project gone wrong and i it's weird to say like it's getting buried in the summer but it just doesn't feel lack a fit to me just feels i don't part of it is just i mean john travolta can be very very good actor make no mistake but i just don't feel john travolta as john's got a great he's been lately like he was getting the oj thing but like that was very specific set of mostly his eyebrows the most expensive non sequel non franchise movie of the summer is skyscraper with hoarding to what you yeah according to what you were able to find quarter yes true according to what i was able to find and that is a dwayne the rock johnson fighting a giant skyscraper fire to save neve campbell from party of five safe enough campbell from i can't pick that as a boondoggle that's going to be awesome you know yeah i mean the guy thing it doesn't feel like a movie when you said that it was like not a tv thing it sounds like a like a multi night stars event because that's not stars like reels reels.

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"travolta travolta" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"travolta travolta" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Don't like zoe nationale near because they were both in the five hundred days summer somebody centene jackie chan all right jackie chan uh morgan freeman yeah he makes a lot of bad movies though morgan freeman is a great actor he's in all those i'm old and i don't care anymore he just made in i'm old enough don't care anymore movies with tommy lee jones yeah if you ski came and went two weeks ago a un road dogs i don't know if he was in road dogs what is or old dogs there is dogs road dogs what was the one with the old hogs oh is that right because they were motorcycle the writer i took blow skis in as like mart lawrence smart lawrence who was tim allen lyle hogs wild while travolta right travolta neck yes and william h me as a horrible movie and then there was old hot dogs or something and then i believe with robin williams billy crystal old dogs is i think you miss something rather williams and john travolta travolta's in that one too yeah i don't understand the rash of the side i'm an old do they don't care about anything well it's under do what i want it's funny i mean they reno zach braff remade the going in style morgan freeman were the old guys rob a bank it was morgan freeman at allan allan arkin who the hell was the third of dude michael caine michael now the original was a really good movie lee strasberg art carney george burns really really wonderful movie instead i have no idea why is that way of all peoples zach braff with direct that movie.

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"travolta travolta" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

The Cracked Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"travolta travolta" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

"Start looking for alan channel with name and movie credits because she's cast every con brothers moody all the men in black movies doubt analyze this an meet the parents which means she was the person on earth who had the idea yeah i think robert de niro has a comedy phase coming on that's she's responsible for us singing him as that made me realise casting directors are so often responsible for was probably tarantino himself but you know whatever human had the idea travolta travolta needs gary invented and i think he can and this is the movie for that that's an amazing concept like just knowing who links up correctly with role can change everything and my favorite channel with examples de niro 'cause i just never would have imagined have his funny but she's also one of these people who goes back unbelievably far she cast diner and she cast terms of endearment she also has you still work is she scorsese's i think so let me confirm that now that that's crazy about terms of endearment because apparently burt reynolds was offered the jack nicholson rolling he turned it down to do stroke race because he was in levelled lonnie anderson in and it would have probably changed the face of his career well yeah he seems to make a lot alertly surgeons behr o'shares funds probably a hell needham pigs or for all i know it's complicated there's a great diane serena oh she's also she's eastwards casting director as well as looks like she does most these towards have you seen that i commend hbo about the women casting directors and how most of the big casting directors are women in it's all about their process and there no i can't remember it it's called but it's really good oh that's cool i did notice that train on house researching like i literally just google like who are the most legendary casting directors yeah and there's a lot of females.

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