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From the broadcast center at KP. See this is the frame I'm John horn today. Actor Vigo Mortenson talks about his new movie green book, a true story about friendship and the limitations of first impressions movie about dignity acceptance, and above all, compassion, compassion is a composite were that means feeling with and Steve McQueen director of twelve years of slave has made a heist movie called widows it set in Chicago and anchored by viola Davis was very important me to have upper class leading by women who is of the city, but has done well because I see those women and then represented all that coming up today on frame. KPCC supporters include FOX searchlight, presenting the favourite a tale of loyalty power and deception from director Yorgos length MOS, starring Livia Coleman is Queen and Emma stone. Rachel vice as the women of the court vying for her favor in select theaters Friday KPCC podcasts are supported by. Netflix presenting an original film from Academy Awards winning directors. Joel and Ethan Coen the ballot of busters scrubs. An exploration of life's joys and woes said in the American frontier awards eligible on Netflix. And in select theaters welcome to the frame, I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us in nineteen sixty two Frank fell along better known as Tony lip was a rough around the edges Italian American. Bouncer working at the COPA Cabana nightclub in New York City. Don, Shirley, was a black composer and virtuoso planning a tour of the Jim crow era, south Shirley hired lip as a driver and a bodyguard and along the way despite their many differences, the two. Became friends the new movie green book directed by Peter Farrelly and co written by Tony son. Nick, fellow Longa tells the story of their trip the title refers to an actual guidebook for African American travelers that listed safe places to eat and sleep during segregation in the film Vigo Mortenson plays Tony lip and my Herschel Ali plays. Don, Shirley, warns says that he was initially reluctant to take on the role. He was worried that his portrayal of Tony lip might come across as a Kirk achier. Once he found out that Tony son Nick had recorded several interviews with his father. And with Don Shirley before both men died in two thousand and thirteen Mortenson knew that he'd have something to work with. So I gotta hold Nick Val Longa guy who brought the story to Pete and Tony son. And he said we'll come on. We're let's go have a meal, you know, my brother Frank he's got a restaurant called Tony lips in Franklin lakes, New Jersey and went there, and it was. End up being like a six seven hour. It was almost destroyed me because I hadn't gained the weight yet. I hadn't expanded my stomach with away gain started on my God. Yeah. Definitely did. But it was it was almost lethal because I would get through I get through the second huge plate. And then I was I was done. And I was thinking managed shouldn't have breakfast breakfast. All week. I should say we got another Stromboli for Vigo. Yeah. And they brought another plate, and then I couldn't get through it. And then they're looking they're gone. He doesn't like it. I told you Yeovil cooked. I said, no, no, no, it's great. I just got no more room. Now. It's all right. Don't be shy. You know? So I felt I had to finish the plate. But I have my finish. And they bring another one anyway. And then I said goodbye, but we shared. Fortunately, it was talk just eating, and they told me so many things showed me so many photographs naked already given me these recordings. And then I said goodbye, we did a picture together. I limped to my rental car, and I made a big show of like, I'm driving back to Manhattan. I drove around the corner park the car. Leaned my seat back on did my belt, I'm lay there for an hour, just growing brutal. But but the thing about I mean, so it was you know, I mean, I I don't know how I would have done it without without their help. They were the very generous. These recordings are amazing. And you know, when when Nick's parents his father as well as mother Dolores played by Linda Carter in the movie when they realized he was serious. He wanted to tell the story, and they said, well, the first thing you gotta do is. You got to go talk to don't Shirley, you make sure he's like he's. Okay. Would this first of all? And that he you can check out whether this is true, everything I'm telling you. And if he doesn't want you to make this movie, you don't make this movie, and he was okay. So he goes over, you know, he talked to to Shirley. And Shirley said, yes, these things happen, and I can tell you some more things that happen. But I only ask you one thing. Don't don't make this movie until I'm gone. Well, as you see in the movie for for for good reasons. He. Was someone who that private? He was very private person. And they and they did respect that. So I mean, Nick Van along hung onto the story for I think twenty five years, but sometimes things happen when they need to you know, the fact that Pete fairly directed this. When this particular gifts for storytelling was the right? Absolute right thing. I I mean to me what fairly is accomplished is on a par with the best of Preston Sturges someone else who at the time of his greatest successes that were popular as well. As thought provoking. I you know, there were critics at that time there. Yeah. You know? It's it's it's entertaining. It's it's it's a cry blazers in other words to say, we'll just because something's entertaining. It's maybe it's not serious enough. But person surges was doing the same thing with Sullivan's travels and other stories that be fairly does now with green book, which is. I'm going to get you in the theater, I'm gonna I'm an entertaining. You you're gonna laugh you're gonna cry. And you're gonna think about stuff that is serious that needs to be addressed in society. This is a film. That's really about an unlikely friendship between Tony lip and Don, Shirley. But it's also about a love story. And it's a love story about Tony and his wife Dolores who's might by Linda Cartolini out to play you a scene from the movie about the letters that are written from the road from Tony with a little bit of help from dawn as I'm writing this letter, I'm eating potato chips. And I'm starting to get thirsty. You know this. Tell me what you're trying to say. Miss in say that. Doing in the manner that no one else has ever done it before. Something like. With the style. Falling in love with. You was the easiest thing of. Nothing mad is to me. What you and every day. I'm alive. I'm aware of this. I loved you today. I love you today. I will love you to my life. I believe these letters still exist right there around. Yeah. When the other thing is Dolores Nick's mom did was one day. She said she took him into the bedroom. And she opened one of the drawers and your dresser. And under some other stuff. There was a box with I think there's almost seventy letters sixty seven sixty eight letters from this trip with Don, Shirley, and it's all the letters that he sent home to her. So that material we use. I mean, and that's just another. You're right. It's a love story between these two guys. But it's a love story between Tony and his wife Dolores, and in a way in a sort of Cyrano diversion way like living vicariously loving by curiously having this appreciating this, obviously, Tony really is crazy about his wife in doc would see this. And you know, he had a degree in psychology. Well, and he is reputed to have said he said, it's neck that, you know, your father was someone that I it was a really interesting object of study for me during this trip. I had to teach him how to speak intelligibly first of all. But then I think it became sort of initially a pastime for doc to help him with these letters. But then it became something that he got involved in emotionally. Coming up after the break. More of my conversation with Vigo Mortenson about his new movie green book. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us. We'll get back now to my conversation with actor Vigo Mortenson about his new movie green book Mortenson plays. Tony limp nightclub. Bouncer who worked as a driver and bodyguard for jazz pianist, Don, Shirley, who's played in the film by Marsha Ali, the two met when Shirley along with a basis and a cellist who made up the Don Shirley trio and Bart on a tour of the American South in the early nineteen sixties when I spoke with the Mortenson, I asked him about some of the reactions that he's heard from people who seen the film, and there's people that said to me, you know, it's great it came out. Now is a good time because the countries divided ideologically there's a lot of intentional indirect something very direct race baiting, and you know, homophobia and all kinds of stuff in the air the adults that people should be behaving. Well, our leaders not always. Lee-ing example lately. But I say, yeah, it is a good movie to come out at this time could because it's entertaining retail a lot of people, and it's not a movie, you wouldn't say, well, let's go see that movie. It's a movie about racism, you'd say, let's go see this movie here. It's funny and a great road movie. And it's a it's a true buddy story. And then you go see it, and whether you're from small town in Texas, or you're from California, it doesn't matter where you see it in the country, and what your political leanings of your household might be. You're gonna you're gonna get a history lesson and a civics lesson. You're going to have something to think about but it's not in your face. I think a lot of people don't even know what a green book is. And I have a personal story that you have a copy. I haven't comic forty copy of the nineteen forty version, but I've a story. My father was a sports writer, and he was working at Sports Illustrated and the nineteen sixties right about the time that this movie was set, and he was on assignment and Florida, and he was traveling with young boxer name cashes clay, and they got to Miami. And they went to the hotels, and my father went to his hotel and cashes clay couldn't come into that hotel because he was an African American in the nineteen sixties and he got his green book. Cashes clay got his green book and found the hotel where a black man can stay in the nineteen sixties. So this is story that I know this story that not a lot of people know that if you are an African American not just traveling south their listings north to in the north. This is your Canada and places. Frankly, your story is set before the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four is passed Brown versus board of education has come out. But the nation has not desegregated at all. And there's certain cities where African Americans cannot go after curfew after towns. Yeah. And that's there's a scene that deals that. I mean, we're thrown in jail for that. In fact, we're driving through a township in Mississippi and one night, and they stop us. And you know, it's because I'm driving. There's a black man in the car or Herschel alleys in the car and Dr early and we were thrown in jail because of that nothing else. I mean, those were laws on the books. It's true. There was there's a motel you remember the scene where I drop them off. It's meant to be Louisville in the thing. And and it's a first time where we don't get to stay in the same place believe and and we were shooting. Scene. It's motel overpass. It's down in the edge of you know, on the edges of New Orleans city in Orleans, and we shooting, and there was a man there an older black man, probably seventies. He goes he started telling Pete fairly they're setting up the lights and stuff in the camera. He goes. Yeah. This is worthy. Motown people do this where you know. Right. Charles and all the Motown's all those people and male and female artists that would come down, and they would play in the best venues in downtown Orleans, but they could not stay at any of the many, you know hotels in downtown New Orleans. They had to stay in this motel. This was a green book motel. We had no idea. And we were filming there and dressed it to look that way. But it was that way and then pizza can you act, and he goes, I don't know. And so he he's the guy who you know, one. They're asking. Doc Shirley to play horseshoes. Yeah. He's the guy out and he's the guy who's who. They're trying to get him to play came. I showed that guy. And it's that guy who told us stories fast. And he told us all these artists at stayed there. Like really big deal superstars, we're talking with Mortenson about his new movie green book. What did Don Shirley, see as his mission as his calling. What was the story that he was telling about himself at about people, look like him through music. Why did you go there? I think that he did that tour down south where he wasn't treated as well as you would have been up north or another places. I mean, he couldn't stay in the hotels. You couldn't eat in the venues where he's playing couldn't use the bathroom. You know? I mean, it was just ridiculous. But he knew he was going to get into that. And he wouldn't get addressing room you'd have to change in basically, a broom closet, and some cases would be paid very little and not treated well. He went to do that for the same. And I would say that Martin Luther King marched. You know with other people because we can because we are citizens of this country, and it's a public road, and I can walk down any road. I want I can walk through any town. I can cross any bridge, and it's in it's a form of non violent protests. So here's a man who who could speak. I don't know eight languages or something he had three doctorates. He was as you see in the movie, you know, played. Excellently by Marsh Lally. He's a he's a gentleman wise person. And he just figured I'll go down. There were white people think that, you know, many of them think that people are subhuman, and how could a guy be wearing a suit. How could a guy play the piano like that? How could he play show fan like that? How could he speak that way? How could he have better manners than they have better education than they just by example, not not being forceful just by showing up? What do you think Tony takes away from his friendship with Don house? He changed by this experience. He evolves it's evident when he returns home to have it into his wife and the rest of his family. And and Nick has told me that. He came back. A changed man to some degree. He was still himself. You know, speaking without censoring himself, and you know, blessed her, and, you know, just the way he always had been, but in terms of how to treat others, you know, particularly those who are you know, different race. He. From then on he toned down, his language, and most importantly, his attitude. We all know that language can involve can change. And but just because you don't use offensive language and words, you can still have racist inclinations, and and thoughts and feelings, but his attitude changed, and his example changed the way the family looked at race to some degree. There was there was an evolution. He learned from from. But they both learn I think that surely his mind to some degree. It's a movie about the limitations of first impressions? Well, and this is where I think this film is its most contemporary, Don Antoni had very little in common. They had completely different educations completely different interests, their tastes in music food, everything with radically different different skin color. They came from totally different pass. They were other. To each other. And yet they saw in each other something that was shared, and they took away from that experience something that they wanted to bring into the world. And that feels like where this film is most relevant today that we can't engage with people who are other than us or listen to to them or see how they see the world. We're not encouraged who should do the most coaching from the president on down. Right. I mean, it's innocence. It's a movie about. Dignity. Acceptance and above all, compassion, compassion is a composite words made of tours. It means feeling with if you feel with someone that means you're paying attention. You're considering how they might feel about something anything, and that's already a step toward realizing that you are not really that different that we all have similar needs and fears, you know, fear of getting ill dying of being heard of being hungry, companionship. Companionship is something that is one of the many things that that in the end as irritating is Tony lip is to duck, Shirley at first he would never go on a road trip a guy like this. He's used to having drivers who never speak unless spoken to. I'm sure and certainly don't eat and smoke in the car and play whatever music. They want on the radio. They just don't they just drive and they get there in time. And they keep him out shit. And then he's got this. What he sees it first as a lab mouth, ignorant offensive person. But he he learns to appreciate the companionship of this person. He learns that this person who seems like a brute actually has a certain code of ethics is a man of his word and most importantly is capable of evolution. And so that that's what brings them together. Gradually a very organic way. It's it's beautiful story in that sense. Viggo Mortensen plays opposite. My Herschel Ali in green book. It's theaters now go great to see your thanks for coming in. Thanks for the conversation. Green book is in theaters now coming up how a short lived British show from the nineteen eighties led to director Steve mcqueen's follow up to twelve years. A slave. PCC supporters include FOX searchlight pictures, presenting the favourite Royal tale of loyalty power and deception from director yoga slant, the most starring Livia Coleman, Emma stone. Rachel vice nNcholas Holt Joel win and Mark Gaddis. In select theaters. Friday, KPCC podcasts are supported by the Netflix original film, the ballot of BUSTER scrubs from the incomparable minds of Joel and Ethan Coen comes six dollar G film original stories that only they could tell set against the harsh and unforgiving backdrop of the American frontier. The ballot of BUSTER Scruggs is an exploration of life's joys and woes winner of the best screenplay. The Venice film festival the ballot of BUSTER scrubs on Netflix. And now playing in select theaters. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn. My next guest is British filmmaker and visual artist. Steve McQueen his last film, twelve years. A slave won the best picture Oscar in two thousand thirteen when he was in LA recently, we met up to talk about his new movie widows in the film, viola Davis and Michelle Rodriguez are among a group of women whose husbands are killed trying to pull off a heist. The women not only have lost their partners. But also any chance to make ends meet and ward off the man that their husbands stole from. So they decide to stage a robbery of their own McQueen co wrote the screenplay with Gillian Flynn, the author of the novel gone girl, and the movie is based on a British TV show called widows that first ran in nineteen eighty three. I saw this TV show says his old with those. It was originally a TV show Belinda the plant, and it really got to me Jones. Okay. Dolly Rowlands, and Bella O'Reilly have a plan to make sure that Harry is this time about you, surely is safe you make sure you get the police, but will he get away. Again. If he does the widows are in bad trouble. You know, I related to the women in that TV show. The fact that you know, they would judge by the parents, and they were deemed as not being able immediately. I had this connection with them. And I love that. Did they venture? They went on surfin navigating the whole idea of these stereotypes, which will put up home them. And it was thrilling to see was that. And I just want to keep the nucleus of these. Women becoming with us through the men attempted to do this highest and they had to because Giresse attempt to do a heist in order to survive. And why they've actually chosen these men and stayed with them. Also big question, isn't it? Okay. Yeah. I mean, it's interesting. What how they I mean? Again, is a Harry von Akot meet. She's definitely from a high closet him. And she's a low cost, you know, opposites attract, and it's a situation where you see these shifts all the time every day, you know, that you know, they existed the stereotypical couple. But that's not what I'm interested. What were you interested in a certain kind of reality is Meigs distance? I love the idea of when when front ca says, for example, to one of those those those Oscar how you how you meet goes follow me, she just brushes to one side because this is his idea of what people having a heads of who could be with who. And that's just the truth. It does a certain situation. Stereotypes given to us because as easily Paletta digest, but unreality there's so much complication and every day, and it's not just a black woman with a white guy. It's that they come out of different backgrounds and different backgrounds different. I know those women who come from come come from Chicago who up middle class women one of them, for example, coming from a certain class, and who sort of end up in a certain situation because -education all around us. I mean, one of them is your former first lady, Michelle Obama. I mean, this is. Valerie, Jarrett, women who are mobile an active. I mean in any every kind of background society. Yes. This is a film that is anchored by women in prominent roles and one of them by Davis is a black woman. We gotta start thinking professionals. We're in business together. There's gonna be some cozy reunion after this job done. We have three days to look in move. Like a team of men. The best thing we have going for his being we are why. Because no one thinks we had the balsa pull this off. It was very important to have a black upper class leading women who has a roots in Chicago who his of the city, but has done well is sort of an upwardly mobile 'cause I see those women and never represented. I wanted to create someone with Elda that was a part of the fabric of of Chicago. This is a story not only about the women. But it's also a story about politics about disenfranchisement and representation when you are thinking about the stories about politics that you want to tell them this story with your co writer, Gillian Flynn, what's happening in the country. And how do you want that reflected in the story about politics in this film? One only has to go to Chicago. And I been going to Chicago for twenty two years. My first solo exhibition is an office was in Chicago and the museum of contemporary there. And also, my partner went to democratic convention when Bill Clinton was the president. So I say, my first footprint engine Kaga was off and politics, and how all these strands policing politics, corruption, the, chech-, etc. Said how old are these institutions of power crisscross backroom deals that was so intriguing to find out with Gillian? And actually, we spoke to all these people off record criminals introduced to us by police Olbermann. Clergyman ov- it. Let me ask about Robert evolves. Character he plays an old guard politician. He ran a lot about immigrants. He's clearly some sort of kind of white nationalist. You're shaking your head not a nationalist. How would you describe him? I think he's just you know, he's a man of his of his of his. Times. I'm defending him. Or what he says? What would he does he's actions? But you know, he is a man of privilege, and he wants to keep the status quo. But he sees the world as kind of us against them. Oh, absolutely. I'm not horrible person. Absolute I'm nationalist, possibly, but I, you know. You see this every day, and they don't associate themselves with any sort of Asian. They just they just who they are big. It's to be quite Frank. Let me ask this last question. Unlike twelve years slave, this is an action film, obviously there's action and twelve years site, but here things are blowing up there's car chases, call chases blowing up it was fantastic. Because it was thrilling to look again. I wanted to sort of holding suspense I wanted to whole shebang of movies. I love going up in his in this sort of like seventy s old godfather Chinatown, it's integrate itself in the environment. It was placed in so Chicago for me was very important to look at the same time. Look at it. It's just a reflection of how we live, you know, every day in the western hiding, western contemporary city. So yes, it might be about Chicago. But it is about all aspects of of how we live in the west, Steve greatest you. Thank you. Thank you. Steve McQueen is the director and co writer of widows it's in theaters now, and that's the frame for today. I'm John horn. Thanks for listening. We'll see back here tomorrow. You do.
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Best Actor Front-Runners for 2018 Oscar Race - For Your Consideration
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We are going to be covering award season looking at all the major categories multiple times to see who's still on who's off a new addition. We're going to have interviews with fellow award season experts, and we're going to have interviews with acting and film Mickey talent, true contenders our our beloved co host Perry numberof is on assignment. Okay. Full disclosure. She is in New York at New York, comic con. So she is right where she wants to be. So joining me this week is my trusty sidekick, the master of disaster, the smartest. Guy in the room when it comes to the movies, Jeff Snyder, I'll let that sidekick comment. Where e. No, it's a pleasure to see you Scott. And I can't wait to dive into today's hot topic which is best actor. Get into these predictions because we don't completely align. I don't think I don't think we do, and that's okay because that's worth now. Here's the thing we are going to be covering best actor today, but that doesn't mean we're not gonna come back and cover it again because we will because who knows how things are going to change from now until circle bass. It's a rollercoaster of the season, and that's why that's what makes the so great because somebody that we could have on our list now by totally disappear a month or two months from now. Well, you know what? I think we should just jump right into it. Let's get right. Terry, as I like to say on movie review, talk, who was your first pick that will land on my number one leg slammed down. I don't think there's going to be any way that the academy could ignore Bradley Cooper's performance in the star is born. Okay. I think he is tremendous like he could get a director nomination. It's his first time at bat. Maybe they don't wanna go that far. But an actor nomination seems all but guaranteed. He has fantastic chemistry with lady Gaga. I think this is one of Bradley's best performances period. Yeah, I, I loved it. Is he your number one or was he a little bit further down the way? He's on my list. Got my number one. Now, number one on my list is performance date that we've always seen the trailer for where you have. We won't see the move. Right, but hang on, but to talk about Bradley Cooper because he is on my list. I do agree with you. I think that an acting nomination is a lock. Here's the interesting thing about a star is born is that I think this might even be a case, not the worst problem in the world to have where his his abilities and his his qualifications as a best director might overshadow his actual performance also overshadowing his performance here might be all the attention that lady Gaga is getting for her performance, which will lay in her a best actress nomination by by the hang on. But I still think that Bradley Cooper gives a great performance. He deserves to get nominated. He's on my list second. Okay. Okay. Before you before you say who you're going to say, let's let's just get into bail. I mean, I gave it away. They gave it away Christian bale. Now neither of us have seen vice which is written directed by Adam McKay who did who directed Christian bale in the big show for which by the way, Christabel got nominated for his performance. In the big short, he was also nominated for his performance in American hustle, and he won the Canterbury award for his performance in the fighter, David, a Russell only supporting their how many, how many actors have done that? I where they win supporting first and then lead Robert deniro. That's right. Robert dean or did that he was supporting for godfather part two, four, and he got the for a raging bull in nine hundred or nine hundred eighty. So for Christian bale mean he is a. Domino actor. But the other thing about Christian bale is the kademi really warms up to actress who drastically dramatically changed their appearances. Look at Gary Oldman last year Churchill. It wants to Churchill, but that was a lot of prosthetics though. That was a lot of percents, but so many. And so the waking, the waking like that, obviously, deniro for rainbow. He's like the gold standard for weight gain or weight loss by Christian bale did lose a lot of weight for both the fighter and especially for the machinists, like dropped sixty pounds for that two thousand four. But the, you know, the kademi does. I mean look at Matthew mcconaughey for Dallas buyers club. Sure, sure knows the economy certainly loves weight loss, weight, gain, physical transformation, but now that we've seen an actual trailer this week four vice, what did you think of that trail was a great trailer. I mean, bail has been at the top of my list really all season. You know, there's this question will the academy voters embrace a Dick Cheney you know, like there's this fear that the trailer of the movie is gonna make Dick Cheney likeable or make us route for Dick Cheney who is like this kind of kind of evil guy. Yeah, he cut it right. So so people are kind of wary of that the politics of the character could hurt bails awards, chances like the performance on the just looking at the trailer. Again, you know, all bets could be awful. May see the movie. We could really just sort of like lock him in because I certainly on I list at number one sight, unseen for the rest of the movie. When you look at his weight gain for the film, when you look at the various different looks that you see in this two and a half minute trailer because it's, you know, it's done over the years bail like Gary Oldman in darkest hour is unrecognized, it's it's wild. And you know, even though he did win supporting actor for the fighter, he's such an absolute talent phenomenon. You'll never really gotten his do. New despite that one, Oscar win, like he could have a couple for his leading performances. What I was most impressed by and I saw this echoed on the internet with just the way that he captured Cheney speech pattern and the slow speech and the breathing, that kind of thing. Well, is he on your list? He's my number two. Okay. So our number one, we just had one or two swat. They're just adverse so, but I wanted to back it up with Cooper, you know, I said, I said, and then we got started on that. But with Cooper, do you think the answer these, like yes or no? Okay. Let's hear. Is Bradley Cooper more likely to be to be nominated for best director than best actor? I think he is. Yes. I think he'll get. I think he's going to get his. The odds are more favor of him getting best director than best actor. But like I said, he's while my list for best actor. He's gonna be. All my list for direct. I think he's basically a locked for both get I. I would say he actually has better chances at best actor instead of best writer. Okay. Just for nominee in terms of nomination. Okay. In terms of your number. I had another question is, who is more likely to be nominated lady Gaga or Bradley Cooper, I'll in the active -tracting. I think all the, I think just because I, I mean, look, lady Gaga it's a movie. It's a role that she's great in, but it's also roll the place to restraints. Right? Exactly. You should just sort of playing herself like, right. I mean, that's that's what I don't think so. I think she's mazing right, but that is the criticism. Well, well, I do think you see, that is a great question because I do think that that lady Gaga is more of a lock than Cooper, but I do think that Cooper's chances of getting nominee for act are very, very, very strong. Have them number two. So we have the same top to number three. I think we have the same number three two. Okay. Who's your number three? Rami Mousavi mail man. Oh, okay. Now again, slight unseen. Yup. But they'll with all the talk about about stars bore. You know, I've been cited saying how stars born. You know, it's going to get a ton of Oscar nominations, but I feel like it is going to run away with tons of Golden Globe wins because Golden Globes, separate drama for musical or category and Warner Brothers is going to put this in that category. It'd probably it'll be in music because it's a musical, but it's also just like such drama, like if they really, I think if Warner Brothers really wants to be taken seriously for this movie and best picture, it has to go drama at the Golden Globe. It's not. It's not you're right or guests like LA La Land went musical or comedy. I mean, I mean, yeah, there was some humorous moments in that movie by, right? I mean that was abusive. Drum and that won all seven gold. The goal of setup was nominated for which is the most. And I think that that LA La Land, I'm sorry that stars born has a very good chance of matching that records. But there's rhapsody if FOX puts that in the musical or comedy category, which because it's also a drama, but it is also has music in it where they're performing, they're going to have, they're probably going to go for comedy. And then if the movie is good, I mean nobody's seen it up seeing it the Saturday, and I can't wait a could pose a threat to a star is born. Gotcha. Well, I like what defines a musical to the Golden Globes. That's what's interesting to me because I don't think a star is born or Baheen wraps. You really qualify as musicals they are dramas about music, right? Raya musical. Well, you know, I walked by. That's that's a very good point. But I think that that there. The studios tend to to jockey for positions where has a better chance of it's a little bit of a shady, move shady. This movie is good enough to win the drama award foot stars bore, yes. Okay. Well, I mean, see, I, I don't know about that. I mean, you know there at the Golden Globes movies that I think in terms of dramas that are more daring, more bold, more ambitious bohemian rhapsody could be one vice could be another Mary. Queen of Scots could be one, but based on movies I've seen Roma is a more daring and Embiid risk taking more likely to go for Roma because it's international journalists and absolutely. Yes. Remember babble. Okay. Sure. Alejandra, Theresa's movie Daba won the gold abo- for best picture drama. Interesting. Two thousand. All right, so so yes, I do think that goes, we'll favor of rolm it because of the Farnell backing it up to two best actor because we digress. I have not seen the movie out. You know, I've seen as a trailer. I was not invited to this special Saturday nights. Plus you can. I'm going to biggest with Rami mouth. Okay. So I've, I've spoken to people who have seen the film and I've heard it's it's terrific. I've heard that he in particular is exceptional. And that really that the end of this movie, the Live Aid concert completely delivers a home run and that no matter how you feel about the rest of the film, you're going to leave the theater on a buzzing on a high note because of this ending that that's that is very, very excited, which some might say about a star is born to okay, actually a so. So let's say, what are you talking about golden gloves with the Oscars. I know we're spending more time on the Oscars on this show to have two movies, one based on a true story. One that's not, but both about musicians that they are going to compete against splits vote. It's going to make it a fun season. That's interesting. I didn't cover Alcee on for your consideration. We have to see if bohemian ramp city actually ends up being a best picture. Best director contender. Bryan singer stuff will. Actually hurt its chances. I don't know. I think what's people see the movie people are not going to talk about right. Yeah. Exactly. And the I know that when you were at a cinema come back in and at the FOX presentation, they saved bohemian rhapsody for last and the presentation they show for Baheen. Rhapsody was so strong that no one was talking about the behind the scenes from, I think he looks great. And again, when you're talking about filmmaking, you know, thousands of people or hundreds or thousands worked on, but he mean rhapsody, it was. He has one guy and so two, let bed cl- cloud the achievement. I hope that this movie is you'll let me know on on Saturday night or you can go after offers. I'm going buddy. You're my pal. I appreciate you go, you have fun. You texting. You let me know how it is. Well, I am pumped. I like I grew up listening to queens. So did I? I mean, it's a Queen and boss. I grew up in the seventies. I was born in sixty eight. So when I was growing up, it was it was Queen. It was Boston. It was, yes, it was Genesis. It was. I have to say, we should all get bio-pics. Paul McCartney and wings. I was a big wingspan before I even knew who the Beatles were. I was a wingspan. All right. Who's your number four year Utah now, I think it's going starting to get into the tough comb for those three. Let's hear it. I think that just based on the strength of the film and these seeming adoration within the academy for this actor Vigo Mortenson gets in for green lurk, rain book. Okay. Now that's one I haven't gotten for captain. Fantastic, right, right. And that was that was a small indie movie that. And I think green book is actually going to play pretty well commercially also nominee for eastern promises. I think he was too so so the his peers just really respect him. I think that green book is fantastic. As I've said on the show before. Have you seen it yet? I've seen it next week. Yup. Get in there. So, yeah, I think Vigo it's like the perform. There's nothing revolutionary about the performance is kind of just playing like this like talion like meathead like tough guy who then softens up after after this road trip with the Herschel Ali. But he, he really, he brings a lot of heart to it. Okay. So so you'll burn your is your number four? Yes. He's, he's in my honorable mention by the fact that he's up on your and again, we'll see. We'll talk again after you've seen them and that could change the rankings here. But for the purpose of this this show, he's in, you're willing to put him on the list after we finish this conversation based on the other people we have see my number four is Robert Redford. Okay. Robert Redford we both agree that the old man the gun was a better film than it really looked and it was more profound. It was poignant. It was an existential quality to it and it was a, it turned out, especially towards the end of the film. It was a really nice sort of like. Sendoff for him. It sort of felt like a real at the end of that movie, you know, without saying why? And he's only been nominated once before as an actor for the sting. So that was nineteen seventy three movie. I was talking about the other night with my girlfriend. She's never seen. I gotta show where the sting. Okay, style come on. This thing is great, but it is. It is a an amazing phenomenal career. Now he he did win an Academy Award before, but that was for nine hundred eighty s ordinary people for best directors also won best picture, but he's never won an Oscar and he was grossly, massively shamelessly overlooked for what was one of his very best performance disagree with you here all is law. I disagree. Oh, I thought that was phenomenal. Yeah, there was hardly any tile lock in that movie and it was a very physical role and emotional to and he wasn't even nominated that was crying chain. So I feel like the kademi has a good chance of not only nominating him, but. Maybe even rewarding him if this is truly his last role. I mean he doesn't have an acting Oscar. This could be a career Oscar, not unlike the one that Paul Newman one four for nine hundred eighty sixes to color money. I I have Redford in my like six loud. He's like at the top of my honorable mention. I thought the movie looks special and it was special either completely delivered. I loved the movie in Toronto. So I think he's fantastic. I hope that he gets in and maybe I'll rethink my own number five prediction which we're going to get you, I think, but we have an interview with Valerie and Casey Affleck from the old man and the gun now now Davis Lavery who wrote and directed the band and the gun. Casey Affleck stop by the collider studio. So I had a chance to talk with them about how great it was to work with the man himself, Robert Redford, but also about the Oscar race really what his chances are getting nominated, maybe even winning how deserving is he? Let's take a look at that interview right now. Okay. Here we are on collider's for your consideration is sitting here with the writer and director of the old man that gun David Lavery. Thanks so much for being here. Thank you and also here with Casey Affleck Oscar winner for Manchester by the sea coast star in the old man and the gun. By the way I saw at the telluride film festival on the Friday at two thirty at the Werner Herzog theater, and it was just a great way to kick off the festival because the film, it got a lot of attention obviously because of what's proper reference last movie as an actor. But the movie as a whole has so much directly minute because not only are the performances. Great. The screenplay is terrific. It is so deep and profound. And I know this was based on an article that you read, but what was it about about the article that you said? There's a great story to tell here about this career, this charming career Bank robber. Well, you know, the stories too good to be true. It's one of those stories that just has too much for anyone movie. You could make miniseries about this guy and still have more leftover to tell what appealed to me about. It was also felt like just a quintessential Robert Redford character. And indeed it was sent to me with Robert Redford already attached to it. It was a project that he'd been developing the he wanted to make. And so as I was reading and I just think. Of him playing this character. And that's what really excited. You know, Casey, when I look at this film when I've seen it twice now I saw it. I tell you, right then I saw it again in Toronto, and this is a film that that you know Redford is it it's, you know, his last role, but it really felt like a movie that play to a straits. And when you see the film, especially when you see like the last like twenty minutes of the movie, it almost feels like. Like. A real of sorts for him. I mean, like like, what was it about the film about working with the special because you only have a few scenes with them that really made made a feel special to you. Well, the movie would be special to me. I mean, working with David is special to me working on a script. It's this good especial and then working and doing anything with Robert Redford would have been special, but then come, you know, all together, it really was kind of a once in a lifetime opportunity and reproduce is there's nobody else that could have played it. I mean, I think that even even he would say that, I mean, it's there's no one on earth. You can play this kind of this exact kind of character or the way that he has so many times. And that's not to say that that's sort of all he is. He's had this amazing career of being slipping into roles that have been that are very different from one another. He's sort of my favorite kind of movie star, which is which is like he's an actor and he's just happens to be one of the most charismatic cinema people that we have known. You know, when I look at records career, a heat, his ordinary people, one thousand nine hundred. It was. It won the Oscar for best picture and best director best director, four Bradford. But as an actor, he's only been nominated once for the stain and that was nineteen seventy three. And I feel like this role, especially like this is even without fanfare of it being like his last role. I feel like this is absolutely an Oscar worthy performance. I really wanted to give him something that you could sink his teeth into and have fun with. You know, this was the second time we'd work together and when we made Pete's dragging together, I just saw how wonderful it was to see him having fun when we gave him an opportunity to drive a MAC ten truck through all his eyes just lit up and that's in the movie. And I just wanted to make an entire film in which that same sparkle would be there from one scene to the next. But I also wanted to give him a character that he could dig into dramatically. And I think this there is that here it's not all fun and games. There's a lot of that. There's a lot of in which you can coast through on charm, but there's more to it than that, and he really was up for digging in that fashion. You know, it's almost like like the art imitating life and vice versa. Versa with his character facing his mortality and Saint them with Bradford, I saw the Cuban a that he just showed up at the nicotine. Because fighting diverted to machos, and he had to like, make the quick drive up, and he made it like in the nicotine. And he's like for him to say, like, I felt like this was a great way to sort of go out. But also he said, you know, never say never. Yeah, I as a fan, I would love to see him continue, acting and directing and doing all of the many things he does. I mean, he lives a life that is fuller than any of us could ever hope to dream of living. And yet at the same time, if he does decide to go off gently into the night after this one, I understand why. And it's an honor to be head of made a movie that he's happy enough with and he feels like he could hang up his hat. Casey, your character, John respect that's going on between John forest and you know, no spoiler by thought there was a moment in the film where there you see that that respect what's what's dynamic here between these two characters. You know, it's not just a cops and robbers story, not not even close. Yeah. I mean, there's it's well. That scene is kind of behind your head there. I think there's not a. That's the one. It's not difficult to play scene with Robert Redford where you have to sort of be overwhelmed by the things that you know about him, and that was sort of what was happening. And so it was easy to step into that moment. Well, in terms of just like the overall booby the film itself, the old man, the guy I, I just I just again. I went into the movie like new knowing. I was going to like it, and I came out of it real, really loving it. Like the peel of a career Bank robbery just doesn't know when to quit and just how Redford is. So it's so place to a strange like seeing the film for the first time because you know you're making the movie and you don't really have a lot of scenes with Redford. But when you finally got to see the movie yourself, why what was the takeaway for you but really struck you about making the movie? Casey. Will you know what strikes me about making any movie really? Is that. Is that I'm sort of like, I'm still kind of surprised that I get to have these opportunities on low. I love doing it. Love working going to a movie set and go into some new city and working and exploring that city. And while exploring, you're sort of yourself and how you're going to do this role and and doing it together with all these people that are also having a great time. It's like a bunch of professionals at summer camp and it has never quit being that for me. I just. It's just so when I when I show up in there, I would do it with people who I didn't know and they'd never made anything. But when I get to do that with people who I really admire it work, I really admire it is hard to. Not just be smiling inside all the time, but I want to say something about David said about Redford trying to find something he can sink his teeth into and also have fun. It's, you know, so often, this sort of awards and I hate thinking of, I really do. It's it's not a competition. It's the worst way of thinking about it at all, but it also on the other hand, it's really great to like recognize people at the end of the year and recognize the whole community at the end of the year of like, look at all this great stuff we made. It's like a show and tell in fifth grade class or something, but Redford it. But so often the parts that are recognized are bear. These days either really muted and internal or very, very dark, or you're an amputee who struggled with depression, your whole life. And then you come down with horrible disease and you lose your family, and it would be nice to see parts because that aren't like that because they're not any easier necessarily. An and Redford has has made a career of making don't draw a whole ton of attention to themselves because they're like, look, terribly disfigured, and they're going around in a wheelchair and they're also a pilot or something who saved a bunch of people. It's like he doesn't about real people and they are fun to watch, and he finds the depth in those people, but but does it without drawing whole ton of attention to it. And I would love to see him recognized for that while will be all thank you so much being here on your for your consideration for collider and let's here for the old man. Thanks so much. Thank you very much. Yes, that was a good interview, Scott. Casey. Colorful wrist bands to those guys were both crack, taught him for an hour just about again, this is a film that I've really, really loved. I know you did Robert. He's cert, certainly, contender know, let's let's sort of leave him on for now. Kisa who your number five number five. As of right now, subject to change. I thought Hugh Jackman was really good in the front runner. That movie is doesn't seem to have come out of Toronto with the buzz that I thought that it would. I thought that there the Jackman really delivered like in a way that I hadn't necessarily seen from him before, like I wasn't a big fan of Les Miserables. He got for that. Didn't he? Yeah. So I just find that this this is way better, but you're right. I can see how the movie may not be catching on with people in that may hurt. I love Hugh Jackman. I thought he gave much better performances in two films last year that really Logan, which started the urine really in February and then great showman which was a massive crap leaser that defied not very good reviews and became a massive hit around run. He's put together. He really is. He's a triple threat. He can do comedy, you do drama, he can do a musical and and action. So that makes them a quadruple threat. But I did see the movie. I did see front runner. I tell you ride on the same day that I saw old man and a gun, and I man and I thought, well, my guy that was the third movie I thought Davis is the National Front runner and well, two out of three eight bed and I didn't love the film. I thought you Jackson was very good in the movie, but the problem I have with the film and with his performance. Was I, I didn't empathize with him enough shooting politicians, so it's timely. It's not just that he was cheating politician. He didn't take. He didn't seem to take responsibility for what his action was. People who supported him in, especially as family automobile, say too much about the film. But I thought that movie was just okay, I didn't love it. I liked him, but not enough to put him on my list. Who was your number five number five and again, subject to change. But right now, a film that I really was taken with very, very much even though it told story about addiction, but it told it in a different way was beautiful boy, and I feel I, Steve Carell was terrific in this movie. He has really just shown such versatility as an actor going from comedies and doing cheat shows like the office to little miss sunshine and catcher. FOX catcher. He was nominated Rabat was in the big shorts with Christian bale and he's got vice coming out and this back, it's move. He's got a big. Yeah, he's yet, but he is. He is like really embracing the dramatic something by the way, I thought Steve Carell was terrific in a battle of the sexes. Bobby Riggs, Bobby Riggs. That could have been a character that was just like a punchline, but he really humanized. Him beautiful boy is like my second favorite movie of the year. Is that right? Yeah, it knocked me flat. How come it's not on your list because I again, I thought was I thought was better than Hugh Jackman, you know. Okay. But that's not what the the exercise was. It was to predict who I think would be nominated, and I don't know that the sentiment is there for Steve Carell. And or at least that movie like I loved it. But I think a lot of people came out of Toronto with a really mixed reaction to the film while the reason for that is because the movies, it's non linear, it doesn't have like the forward flowing dramatic arc that most movies do jumps back and forth in time, which by the way is exactly what I loved about it because the movie is based on two separate books written by the father, right? Two different perspectives, chef Nick chef in the movie. So that really lends a different sort of story. I like seeing the that kind of addiction tail through the father's is. It was heartbreaking. However, Shah Timothy channel may has emerged from Toronto as the more likely actor for supporting right for supporting, but it seems like so it's just seems like Steve Corrales work, maybe overshadowed by his own coast, why I didn't put him on. I understand. And you know, I feel I, you know, the top three that we talked about, I feel like our locks, whether our rank is. Different. I feel like they're, they're pretty. They're pretty much good, good bets, but I just really warmed up to the film. Yes, absolutely. The Xiaomei but definitely Steve Carell just that he is a phenomenal phenomenal actor who shedding sort of this, what he's better known for, which comedies because he's really doing a lot more dramas. And so so. So with that revelation of Steve Carell thing, I'm shocked shocked that Ryan Gosling is not on your prediction sleaze number six on my list. Okay. So he got the first the top honorable mentioned slot, but but why didn't he crack the field? Okay. I don't think he's gonna get nominee. I could play Cup tomorrow and Ryan Gosling. The thing is I think Ryan Gosling is phenomenal predicting what I think will make the list. Okay. And you think he's gonna be snubbed as much as much as I loved him and I love his performance. In I band, I feel like there's been a little bit of. Sort of resistance to his character being emotionally inaccessible, and that might hurt his chances. The movie itself is done in a spectacular way because it's so visceral. But I feel like the movie itself is is going to get. It's going to get a lot of recognition. I feel like Ryan Gosling, you know, the more I talk about a right now. I feel like he could be the, he really could and should make number five. I really don't know. I hope he does. I hope I'm wrong. I would love to see him land on this list. But I mean, it's, there's, he's on the honorable mention lists. Like who else might be in the conversation this here? Let's talk about that before. We like sort of run it down at the end affect. So there was a trailer this morning for the mule, which which we watch together Clint Eastwood could be a stealth contender. Now he could give Robert Redford a run for his money. He could. He could now a Clint Eastwood also never won an Oscar for acting, but he does have two Oscars for directing for unforgiven for million dollar baby. And the interesting thing about the meal is this the Mulas watercolors and just recently maybe like a week or two ago, one of brothers that they were going to put the mule on it and release it indecember say, last minute, sort of a last minute decision with less Clint liked his fifteen seventeen to para state in February, right? But here's the thing million dollar baby was added to the list in two thousand four. At the very last minute came out to win, came out of nowhere. When's best picture director actress supporting actor from Oregon. Freeman and screenplay for. I think it looks like a real commercial play, but right it could. It could. I mean, I feel like you know, again, we just saw the trailer which the trailer looks pretty awesome. I think so too. Or is it a more mainstream movie hard to say, like Clint Eastwood is eighty eight years old and he's a lead actor claim directed playing aging criminal, like Robert Redford now. Oh, interact. There are parallels there. I see that being a piece and could that ca- throw wretched fight when Eastwood had not said that this would be his last movie Redford right? The different ones picking up on that. Some other others in the mix Willem Defoe who who is a big player last year for the Florida project. He's playing Vincent Van Gogh in eternity is gate. That's that. Seems like the smallest film of all the best actor contenders in the conversation right now and it CBS films will do they have the muscle to sort of get getting nominee in there? Was he on your honorable mention list? My honorable mention lists that buzzes there, though, right? Someone who was Lucas hedges for for erase. I, I keep getting beautiful boy and boy, and I know that's going to happen a lot with a lot of people. They're obviously very different movies, but I feel like you know, whenever someone has a screenplay where they need a troubled teen, they're like, get Eluki's hedges, exactly. But lesson he wants an Oscar nominee. I performance in Manchester by the sea, and I feel like he gives a very deserving performance as it is it on my list for the top five, nobody is on my honorable mention. I saw last week. I said, boy response. We can really liked it. It's really, it's very affecting. He's good, and he has another movie. Ben is back in, which is said to be pretty good opposite. Julia Roberts, that's also very good. I saw, but I do have the Mortenson for green book. Running back for our top five. All right. Okay. So we could definitely agree that we got Christian bale Bradley Cooper, Bobby Malik. Okay. Okay. So four and five or who we have to decide on. All right, I will if you give me Vigo Mortenson for grain book. Okay. I will give you Robert Redford for the old man in the gun deal tally and that can be the fun. That'll be the five. Okay. So our top five, four this show again, who's the number one slot the number one paper with ballast. Number one. They also for the Showtime seat and again, folks, crucial bail Bradley Cooper, Rami Malik. Vigo Mortenson Robert Redford, right? There's our list there. It is right Christian bell. Are there any other any like crazy longshots you could see like Chadwick bozeman for Black Panther John David, Washington for black klansman. John C Reilly has a couple of movies. He's in the sisters, brothers, and the standing Ali, which I thought looked pretty good. That could be a dark horse sisters. Brothers is not really making a lot of knowing, Ethan Hawke for first reform because I've heard him referred to as the actors pick well, Cassagnol mini-me nominal in that movie. And if you go to gold derby, which is where a lot of other Oscar pundits prediction I have. They do have a lot of them have Ethan Hawke on their list for best actor for first reform, but you don't think it's up like a top five or six. Five. I don't know if it's a top five. I do think that that even hawks direction of bleeds was nominated. I missed that by not enough people are talking about it for him to make this director that could change. Okay. I think that's it. We settled on a list. We set all very quickly. I actually thought this is going to be much more contentious with you. I really thought you were going to go for Gosling and we were going to have a knock down, drag out five of Kosslick. I mean, you know if we do this show again tomorrow, I might say, I want to see the movie again too because I remember being tired the night that I saw. I know it's a Damian to seating, go and see that movie. I max well, listen, this was a lot of fun. I thought this is going to be very contentious toward the end there and look as far as buying gasoline goes. I mean, I think he's great if this was my list, one that I was going to nominate, he'd be on it, but I'm just trying to wrap my head around how the rest of the kademi voters which are now what we're here for thousands isn't about us. It is about it is, but it is, but listen baked shat out to our to our beloved Perry number off. I hope we all we all hope you're having a great time in the year Comecon we know you are. We can't wait you to come back to join us for the next episode of for your consideration. What are we going to tackle? 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Yes. Deeds film balls to them. That's. Your host for this week's annual top-five holiday gifts for the film lover for the film of you listening to this show or someone, you know, who dozens of the show, which is really too bad for them. These are gifts that will make you or there or all of our politics that much. All right. Thanks daggs. Giving try have you black Friday everyone. This comes out on black Friday. I don't partake do you partake in that? I get. No. But I get emails, you know, black Friday sale of I see something I've been wanting groups emails. No, like like, you know from crate and barrel, except those just come to your inbox. Subscribe my one is once in a while. It's like, oh, hey, get this. I don't know why. For ten dollars, not a bad deal. This if I want something I'll go Google it. And I'll look for it. I don't wait for them to come knock on my inbox. Dance for me dance. Yeah. I was stressed out for this episode started. But then. Brian's having some home issues. He's got a I don't wanna get into the particulars. But houses somewhat dug up, and there are some inspectors and whatnot that he's been on the phone with and he's really been putting Logan. I out here. True. I feel bad about twenty minutes, maybe thirty minutes behind now. It's time to do the program. Also, we should mention that years past we've had rich to mirrow. I don't know that name. I don't know that name. Big time. This for this episode. Some kind of deadline for a book was his excuse. And he will not be in the program. However is editors raining down his neck. I who has a deadline thanksgiving weekend. Sounds suspect to me. Br sounds host. But let me tell you this. We're bringing Logan instead. And I think it might be a better program. Well, let's find out here will be contributing not just the listener top-five this time for those of you who made I know your background what you do now other than you know. Highly successful praising this show. Thanks to rich to mirrow. I I've been working the largest tech website. It's called sina for years rich rich to mirrow. Giga rich to mirrow. I heard him filling in for. Who was it? Leela Leela port few weekends ago balls about that. Because I I was listening every once in a while he ripped off doing radio show Shreveport as well, we're doing saints rich. So yeah, Logan, slogans hit to the tech stuffing's technology. We'll talk to you a lot of editors that review the stuff. So I feel like I come with a little bit of background in it. We were we'll be the judge of that one. Wants a greater performance and not saying bad form. It's gonna fired, but I can say good. I can say my top five Bryner all things that I would not mind finding under the Christmas tree on Christmas morning. They're things I have. And they're things that I don't think were available. This time last year four out of five of mine are ones that I personally like to own one. I think is very cool and is for a certain audience much more. So you think you'll be excited about this than I would? But I recognize it is a cool item. There are people out there who would love us and. All of you saying I say, there will be links to all of these. Excellent Anderson and Brian dot com and a lot of you're listening. You're the film lovers. So it's kind of backwards. I you know, it's hard when couples are even family members. Right. I don't know what to get you. You're really hard to shop for hopefully this episode. We'll give you some things that you can send their way. Hey, here's something that I want. I'm glad you said that because Christie every year, including this year is like I have nothing to get you. Gillian? We'll get things that I come up with from this list. Everything on my list could be enjoyed by proxy. What does that mean? Proxy with enjoy the person if this film lover bought this for themselves their wife could enjoy it sitting next. Okay. So I got a little sneak peak from Logan when your another room dealing with dealing with what you're dealing with on the phone. They're being the middleman multiple multiple people. All right. So before all that though couple movies to flick fast. Indeed, this is not just a a gift guide. We're also going to provide the service of flick, fashions the flex we've seen in the past week Anderson, I signed you you did talk about you made me we'll watch a movie called green book book green book, equal to green room this green zone, starring Hershel. Hershel Ali got that one wrong. It's Marsh Marcia Marcia, which I think my my buddy Erica, we went out to breakfast after the Santa Ana show last week and. I practice it like in the entire the entire breakfast. I just kept saying my Herschel, I now I I can't say can't say because I'm really about names, Brian, especially when they're they're funky like that are Hershel Hershel Mahershala and Vigo Mortenson. So what they did is they set out to find the most fucked up names in Hollywood, right? Hollywood going Marshall. I go go go von j Wallace almost. Yes. It's the two handers Anderson's fond of saying it's two hander. Anders need help this week dealing with trenches and gas leaks. And my my research is light. We're not to talk. This is directed by Peter fire early Firelight Farley of the fairly brothers. This is first dramatic turn because it is a comedic Crombie across across Kramah, a pretty straightforward drama, the drama we could say that. I also the first film, and he is directed by himself. This is the true life story about Dr Don, Shirley, and his driver Tony lip played by the the affirmation not Tony Tony lip. Yeah. So this movie lives in dies with this relationship that they have. So for those of you who may be. Deployed and you're getting back in the states, or maybe you're deployed, and you get to listen to this overseas. Or maybe you live in a country where this movie is not getting any traction nuts. A welcome Astra. Welcome astronauts. I'll give you a little sneak peak is as what movies about so Herschel Ali is a well to do educated. Wealthy brian. We don't say that. No. Pianist and he's a product he was a prodigy. And now he's coming to his own and he's world renowned. Arguably maybe the best leaving pianist of his time, you think black pianists are larger than average white peanuts. And he's looking for a Brian so pleased with himself right now. He's such a sophomore little bitch. He really is. And he's looking for. He's decided it will his next tour is going to be down south. This is nine hundred sixty two and he's looking for a driver and Carnegie Hall. Worldwide celebrity piano player, and he has a little thrown that he sits where he interviews. His would be drivers cheeky. He he lands on Vigo Mortenson who's playing Tony lip based. He's known around town as a as as enforcer. Yes, he he works muscle public relations at the Copacabana. And that's where we get to see Tony lips work firsthand early in the in the movie and long story short. He hires them to be not only his driver. But also his muscle, and it's a little bit a role reversal from things that we've come accustomed to seeing from that era where we got, you know, the the well educated refined black men, and he's he's educating buffoon of an Italian American play by Tony lip both very likable characters. I was gonna say I Tony lip was every trope ever seen of that character. And I still enjoy this movie. If you don't live under a rock, you're you're not deploy. Loyd or hurling through space. You've probably seen the trailer for this multiple times. It is one of those movies where the trailer tells you everything and you see everything in the trailer. And you get exactly what you expect. Most of the best jokes are in that trailer, which I've been force-fed numerous times over the last few months, which is always shocking when I'm sitting in an audience and people are just guffaw dying, right or the trailing. Did you? How'd you not see the trailer in real time in the movie like they're just loving it? But this movie goes down smooth. It's enjoyable is. It formula that works as formulas it gets and it completely. This is a high concept movie that completely works. And if it was. If we need to do a couple minutes, I got some things to say. So for patriot. We need to a couple minutes on this movie. We're talking about spoilers. There's a there's a decent reveal or to. Yes. And I would like to discuss a couple of those. This critic proof this movie's a shopping Eighty-one percent round tomatoes. I know. That's that is shocking. I think the only thing I can think of the reason why I don't love his movie it's not going to be my top ten at the end of the year. I can imagine you never know still marinating inside the brain here. I said marinate in my brain. I don't like that. I wish I didn't say it is it is still kind of stolen packing, Brian. I'm still unpacking it, but it's really soft around the edges. I mean, this movie is made for everyone to like. And when it tries to get gradient dark in real. It's feels formulaic it feels disneyesque. In fact, my buddy rant. We're talking movies zoo. And I was on talk movies. And I told my going to see green book, and he was like isn't that made by Disney might not looks like feels like it looks. It's the dreamer. I do serious saying, I agree. I think has made for a wide audience, and I think it's very enjoyable. I think people like it, I could see this reverse engineered it because I was thinking like who's this for older viewers really going to enjoy this older people my fears thought of when I was walking out of it was like I wish I still work to the video store because when this came out on video. Recommend to people comfortably. Really this. Enjoy yourself out and wonder if the by virtue without the cat Amies very old get up best picture it may. I mean, it is that the right vibe, it could I think Vigo might have screwed himself with possible nomination because of his utterance and the N word. Wait in the queue, and he was doing a QA after the screening does he says that in the moon, the movie the right? I don't believe he does. No. I mean, he makes them he's offended by black. Knight plans all towns, do but no it was an acute way. And he said, no one uses the N word anymore. But he didn't say the n word he pulled a you. And he said the full word and people in the audience, we're just aghast being away. Man. I'll never understand how you know people making two sounds with their mouth to syllables together. We'll we'll would cause people lose their mind. But apparently from all accounts of people that were in the arc light cinema. One. This happened with QNA with marshal Ali and assuming the director was there. Peter. Than foreign. I was thinking that too. But no, he's more here. He's american. I'll look into that again. But I'm pretty sure, but I guess some of the clothes I someone immediately in the audience that don't say that don't you say that and other tweets the variety article that I read this made my skin crawl they collaborated corroborative three tweets Brian from real time on social media gas, and it said that the oxygen left the room when he said the word guys he's on he's on everyone. And then Vigo an apology. And he said, I really hope that I don't offend anyone because I really want. I wanted to see this movie to help people understand, you know, racial relations. And I'm thinking anyone who's racist? At all is not going to see a movie. White guy driving a black guy around. They have no time for this movie. Driving miss daisy. You can't do that. But yeah, this one you can refer to your parents. If you're going on first date, it'd be fine for you know, this can be this is a weird way. A better version of him. Ian, rap sneakers, there's the same crowd-pleasing element. You can see people enjoying this is a good movie. I liked this. When I think my favorite thing, the whole movie, and there's a whole lot to like a in. This are I'm looking bighorns. It could you could you do that for as long figure. I'm pretty sure I looked it up earlier to see where he was born in New York. New York board at Mortensen was born in New York City case closed, my favorite thing in the whole movie. And there's a lot to like, it is Marsha Ali playing the piano, which you get as a good taste of what he can do on the piano trained for three months, and they did a lot of camera trickery with. Did you did you research and figure out how much you looks competence day? Did they had some shots where they got his hand going, and then they pan up and they'll cut away. But there are a lot where you see the hands. And I think that's the fancy footwork. But he worked for three months and when he would finish. No matter where he was making Georgia, you know, finish up the peace, and then he would just get this -mercial Ali just smile. Just creepy smile. I'm talking about the audience with that big fucking smile, and he's he's a complex character for this movie too. There's a lot going on there. And if this was just created a thin air. This was an original screenplay that didn't come from true-life story. I would absolutely ban it and be sick second by because it's pure pandering to the time. You know what I mean? Actually, put it actually haven't got a glimpse of the people at the end, a little glimpse little glimpse. Very I guess the real Tony lip. I was reading I think he was in sopranos. I think the actual guy really was in the house. Yeah. Very good. I'm glad you like green duck. I did too. I again, I don't think it will make my into your top five, but good movie, I've happily recommend this to to casual movie goers, people parents grandparents audience, I was with there are laughing their balls off. And you know, it is directed by a master of comedy. Did you find it to be a little clunky at times where edited I didn't necessarily flow weld again? It's a minor minor. I don't know if I can you have any examples now just transitions clunky. I don't I I remember the few times that was weird. His wife was great too. I really like her Linda Carlini. Yeah. She's very good hard name to pronounce. Yeah. They went with all the hard ones Vigo Mortenson. All right. You want to really fucking great Herschel is great and Vigo's. We should talk for Vigo because he has he's how much did you put on for this? He's a thick dude. He's a thick do eating always eating. He's got a voracious appetite fold the pizza. Whole pizza people in the feeder love that. They really love that. It's nice. It's nice little sight, gag joy that quit. I guess Vigo had a lot to say about the production two. I was reading that. He demanded that there would be no opening credits in the movie, nor the I don't think green book you actually ever see it. I don't think it says green book though, the title of the movie title opening titles. Oh, yeah. The actual green book Vigo was I right there. I guess, you know, throwing the weight around saying I want people to have a fully immersive experience. I won't forget their watching a movie you remember if possible if possible that said good movie enjoyable check out green duck. It's a crowd pleaser. What else you see about you on on? Yeah. I saw film that I had marginal interest in until you started hyping it up tremendously windows. Let's do this. Let's do spend on this for Thomas spent on pager on spoiler. Good point. Maybe equal. Okay. Direct by Steve McQueen. You may know twelve years this life starring okay shame and hunger. Deep breath. Viola davis. Michelle Rodriguez, Elizabeth debility, Scindia Arrigo arenas. The our ego. Who you might know from bad time today, L royale, Colin Farrell, Brian Tyree. Henry Daniel Kalou from get out. Jackie Weaver, Lukas, Haas, Matt Walsh, Robert Duvall, Garrett Delahunt John birth mall, and Liam Neeson's even more Joan burn Paul who's a waste of why why even have him have been more scenes with him must've. Right. He's such a great actor. He's one of the best. We John burnt was one of the best. We have going right now scenes how many individual shots, maybe seven. Yeah. I need more. Wind river like he's not in shows up in the third act more like a featured Cam came, you know, what I mean? It's like, oh, he's he factors. Very heavily story. Drew back to ninety one percent run tomatoes high audacious opening day high into this, wait. Okay. Audacious opening Liam Neeson violet exchange deep tongue kisses in bed smash cut to violent hice. Con wrong, quite goblet drop say intercut throughout that entire opening seek seen. I there's two scenes smash cut together. Back and forth, flip flopping back and forth back and this masterful filmmaking once against McQueen does not let us down. However, I guess it's a little early to be throwing down complaints. Let's continue. Fell to me through out. And I didn't do the research. Felt an awful lot like gone, girl and fact about the same. By the same writer, Jillian flips morts twist and turns I mean, you could all felt like every hour Hitchcock movie. Yeah. It was a combination of that. And it was a combination just kind of tone and. Like shame, especially okay. Where where the where the? The Neeson's lives where the nieces lives. Tag, very modern. It's very modern and white sheet. And it looks like the set of shame. And I don't think you've seen Jane during told me, it's hard watch. Shame. Carey mulligan. And and Michael fast bender. I felt like that set and use the set they may have felt like it was only apartment out. Let's talk about DeBakey for just about say Jennifer Lawrence was approach for what I was Elizabeth Dickey. Roll the sort of kept woman extent. Excellent fantastic. I'd my favorite thing about the big is how tall this woman. She must be like five eleven Anki lanky tall. She and she wears high heels his long neck, we've seen her in a number of things she's been in a number of things that we have seen a really. I don't have that off hand. But we've seen her before. Are you before we're going for that? I looked up. Elizabeth the big Becky, she's six foot three that's makes sense. Because you looks microphones. Lucas Haas who is not six three. Oh in the move move in the movie Louis Hossa must hate his ears with his haircut. Was he zero so much drapes cauliflower Brown? Brattle gigantic is that what it is. What makes them look he has a giant helmet hair when he's trying to cover them better than John Lucas, right? So here's okay. Would you did you enjoy this movie fine heist thriller, but it would shock me his upper any significant I kind of feel the same way. But I think because it's it's one of the most realistic honest. Bible looks nothing realistic movie looks at a female empowerment, and then just taking you know, like, hey, viola Davis. His character says were in a fuck situation. They're left with a bunch of debt you can pick this up from the trailer. And they have a way to get out of it. And it's the death that their husbands left them with. Hey, their husbands all died. It's called a widow. So we all know that. Just call with that we cool, of course. Widows husbands died. Ironically, the only ones stopping you. And I thought I bought the the whole premise where like, you know, they're in a tough spot, and they're going to do all they can to get it wasn't like a male macho either it was done with a feminine touch. Even though is a male director who did it. And I think it is the year the woman, and I think that this has a giant bull's eye on it as far as like, hey, we can check this box by nominated for best picture. I could see getting a nomination for that picture. Yeah. I could see that. And it's Steve McQueen A. And you're right. However, here's some things that really don't work for me. Okay. Number one, the camera work as good as it was at times it was distracting, and it was indulgent often showy it was very showy and it. Distracted like me. Oh, look these two mirrors. If we sit them in this, and this seating different parts of the restaurant at a look they're staring each other distractive showing need for that. There's also it felt a lot like I didn't know is going in. But I assumed walking out that it was based on a book because there's a lot of license to a lot of things happened in movies that are based on books, and I have this thing where I don't think many movies that I like are actually come from books. Even though my favorite of all time, but books work on their own level. Do their own thing. There's a number of things that happened in this movie widows a'dog, happens a an architect boyfriend or client happens little things seem random, but they need to be in there for the story to work and that works fine in a book like long form hundred pages it works. But in a movie, it's like oh. Well, that's just kind of like how convenient right? I ain't walking out of this must be based in a book. Just by the sheer volume of characters, but it was not it's based on a mini series a British miniseries. It was released in nineteen Eighty-three that runs five hours long called widows and Steve mcqueen's British Miami born and raised and obviously it had an impact on them. And this is his his his his passion project. He's wanted to make this for a long time. Now, this is the most fun Steve mcqueen's ever had the same because I was gonna say he's never really had any fun on the big fun. Not that fun. But I like the characters I liked the female empowerment being it didn't feel like I a quick reboot. You know, very little of this felt bad or offensive to me. It was just like like all along. I think it's gonna be a serious versions of oceans eight. And I think that's probably the closest thing that it is. I'll put put right. It's a super dramatic oceans eight, but how much are we gonna talk about how we have to talk about some of the we have to talk about spoilers. Yeah. And I would also like to talk about the absurd audience. That was with that. Because I wanna hear I need need to clear up some plot points that I've been thinking about I'm like, wait, why did this happen? And why did this character this? All right. We'll do that with the patriot. And if your patron a thank you very much for being so you'll be able to hear that off air on patriot air discussion after using the Phil if you are a patriot subscriber, congratulations, you'll hear us talk about spoilers to these new movies. I feel like thirty minutes of this movie was spent on trying to get us to buy into Liam Easson viola Davis his characters love hard a hard sell and their continued with just long shots of them being together. And then her missing him, and it didn't do much for me at all. If you want to hear the spoilers patriarch subscriber for five dollars a month, very very cheap. And you get all of our bonus episodes and bonus talk that little plug. Is that all that's all? I got to say about widows. Good movie keeps you on your toes. It's a quality film. I think that it would probably have worked best in a mini series on HBO, which is what I was thinking five hundred page book or five hundred but even like two or three part four hour five hour long. And I didn't even know that was thinking that when I was walking. I saw this with the wife who once again angry at me for bringing. She didn't let us off. I was just a little to get ready with the music. So I say I was walking out. And I was thinking, you know, I was talking to the life that would've worked on HBO or so time like a mini series. I didn't even know it was originally a mini series, though, it all it all adds up. All right. What doesn't green book both worth your time? I guess. Next. We will give you the gift guide this year. Anderson talking Logan tweet sorry. Yard your your resident tech guy this week to people bought fallout seventy six Xbox One game remains to be seen. Okay. 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If you sizes mainly extra-large enlarges as well as a couple to XL's, I limited amounts left as well. Some of the tour shirts, stickers and stuff. So you go over to Anderson Cowan dot com, and you pick out what you want and let let your loved ones know and make it a real easy on you. This is pretty gross. If issue number five is not my number five. All right. I got a solid five. I'll start number five group merch. In years past. I've had a pretty wide range of prices all mine this year fall between fifteen ninety nine and twenty five dollars. I forgot to write down some of the bras come on. I have a memorised. I'm good. Do you wanna start or should? I don't really like my order though. 'cause I don't really had feel strongly enough about any of them. Are I kind of agree? I don't really have a strong order myself. My number one is number five and vice versa. Like the one that. I would like the most is my number five. But that's because it's the most expensive. But there's a reason why it's number five. And that's because it's it might be a little early to be going for Logan as five to point out, right? Yeah. I'm going to do mine real quick number actually, go ahead. Logan in the middle. Just like we're just like we do want to rich. Murrow gut wrestle sure God wrestle. Click on the show you picture. Here we go, and it's not I'm a big fan of. I'm a big fan of things that you can put in your house, or or even wear I suppose things like the right people are going to get you know, what I mean like some people look at it. And God with that is that looks nice or whatever it is. Or then somebody who are going to like that is that's sweet I want number five I want you to see this home. A poster what does that say enchantment under the sea? It's from straight out of a back to the future. And it's similar to like when I used to wear shirts that were obscure reference for movies like a couple from pulling a good example be vote for Pedro. But that's not that obscurity work milkshake. I guess it'd be kind of like gotta sure this is I drink milk. This is not a sure I should point out Anderson poster poster there's a framed and unframed version of links to both frame for just nineteen fifty seven and free shipping. The framed that's the unfree. The frame wants forty five dollars actually that we all remember like the big dance at the end of the course, that's where the Georgian Lorraine fell in love at the Senator ident- and chatting under the CPI there or be square. The the the poster says is the one scene in the movie and hang that in your house. Some people just think it's very nice little decoration. Good Saturday night and cham- under the poster for your wall is just nineteen thousand nine hundred nineteen fifty seven can I be honest with you what's wouldn't want? This really why I just don't have any interest in that being in my house on a light that sorry. I feel. All right. So for my list this week. I wanted to bring more tech leaning list. I want to do I'm very particular with the kinds of technology that's involved with my home theater system. So I wanted to put together if I were buying everything today. What would I buy for a dome theater system from TV to to your control? Right. So I'll get off with the centerpiece. Let's start with the most expensive, which is the television. You the three of us will have TCL's they were kind enough to sponsor live show two years ago. If you're looking for a big screen four K HD are TV for less than a thousand dollars. You can't do worse than TCL. That's true. Sorry. You can't do better than trip. For the size, price and quality. That's about as good as again. And they're great TV's. I've been using it for the past two years. I really like it. There's a game on it. I play some games on it. Yeah. It's nice. Nice. Big one sixty five inches. How much is like nine hundred dollars. So right now, the twenty eighteen models of their four K HDTV's. The let's see which one was it. The sixty five inch TV is about a thousand dollars. Granted every item on my list is gonna you're gonna find great black Friday sales. I was just looking before black Friday even starts and there's a deal for nine nine hundred fifty dollars for the sixty five inch and deal. If you can't afford a sixty five inch you can step down to the fifth. Less than five hundred dollars sixty. I was gonna look to pay a lot of mantles or whatever, you know, rooms too small a small apartment, you don't wanna get a huge TV. So if you want to step down to the fifty five inch model that's less than five hundred dollars. That's helluva deal for a high quality TV. You're not going to find a better knock off brand at Costco, or something. Yeah. But if you wanna go for the golden really splurge on your TV and spend about twenty five hundred dollars. You can't go wrong with an L G O led TV. On top shell. There would be eight p series TV twenty five hundred dollars. But you can't get it. They were like five grand this time last year saying, yeah. Maybe this time next year, they'll be competing with Teo perhaps call number five for me. I'm not to step on your toes. Logan. But I want to talk about the own kill H T S fifty eight hundred five point one point two channel Dolby at most home theater package. Six hundred and twenty nine dollars six hundred twenty nine point ninety nine dollars for home from home audio right? Yeah. This is what I'm saying. It's a home audio theater in. It's an atmos- home audio theatre here guys. All right. So the technology is here this very few theaters. But they're all starting to add it, and we're going to have at most most all theaters smell-a-vision by the end of the decade, perhaps maybe not that quick. But all the big major chains. I already have Dolby at and a lotta these theaters, but what it is sound comes from the ceiling brining up high. And they're they did a bunch of the nerds got together. And they're like we could do this at home theaters quite easily. What they do is. They get the speaker on the ground, and then it projects upwards. Bounces off the ceiling get down those facts. So you get the full like three sixty bubble of sound is not surround sound as much as we'll surround sound is actually going to be coming from above the get the base, which gives them the floor role. There. It's a series of speakers the own co is a series of speakers, the the Dolby ammos home theater, it's six twenty nine ninety nine right now. The reason why I haven't higher on the list is because the price on these things is gonna come down. But if you're one of those guys that wants to going to girls at wants to have I don't think there's many girls that are like that out there that have to be like, hey, you know, I got at most of my house because very few people do yet. But if you want to you can't. Yeah. Equally important, but it does make a huge TV without a good sound system as worthless. Watch. My my regular TV on my living room quite often with with the sound system off I got the surround sound. And then when I turn this around on my come on it makes such a difference. It really does it just enhances the experience so much more. But the having Abbas I would love that most my house and one day. I think we all will. But right now, we can't because they're a little pricey and they start at six thirty the the Kyo at mose home theater. If that's terrific for your blood, try twenty one ninety nine that's the press in my next item could news prime shipping. If you would like to own is pretty I can't believe I didn't run across this before and thought about this. But of course, I semi conic, but Coolum the less. This is also one of those things where it's like if someone's gonna see wearing it and nine people of the fuck that is one person who I liked that a hat from the no Stroh same warned by the crew in Alan tried to that I'll was his name the. Dammit. The guy just died with no pack them. No. Then alien the maintenance worker, but the cat. Thank you very much dairy, heen Kerry. Harry Harry, dean Stanton famous Djerma hat as did other crew members. Yes, it is air show it to you recognize those twenty one nine nine to Amazon prime. This is the one one. You can look like you're getting Coke's got a space nerd or somebody might be like look sort of generic, and, you know, Admiral, like lower lower leaves, filets, whatever they go for let's leaf design. I think. Looks like you're navy officer. But in space going up elm leaves points out to you that the might not be aware of because you lack self awareness. So for your two for two is far as hip stra choices getting so not necessarily hipster, but what you like about them as definitely hipster in nature, really most people want to get it. But those who do or like. Or like, man. Hey, what's that? You know? It's fine. Not. So I get you. I guess you can make that case. I choose to think first of all. Other people, but you constantly call me, a hipster so back the mainstream gets aliens fairly mainstream started off by saying most people won't get it though. But those who do where the club, you know. It's like, it's like, it's like Philippines. Don't get it. But you and I say this down there. What are you making me? Looking too many jock friends to just look at your? Is it going to be a circle? Okay. Say oh, notice that. But those that do they get it. You're gonna thing where like you make somebody look at it. Okay. I didn't wanna get punched. I'm not bully. Brian showed me his socks, which are very loud. Not everyone's going to get that. I would hope that. No one has to see that. I'm wishing. I had no strong number four. Okay. Twenty one nine nine. But I'm giving you shit. Logan anderson. I'm glad that you the full surround sound cool system because I wanted to go with more of a space saving of which makes a lot of our listeners apartments and people have like L L shape couches in the corner. They can't put a speaker. Real bitch. Yeah. Even the wireless ones are bitch. But those fuckers purely wireless, but sound bars are getting really good and they're getting cheap too. Just like with the TV's. I went with go for the gold model, which is going to be at a most people's price ranges. And then I went for the budget has to for everyone. Everyone everyone needed it. But for some of the higher stuff there's more of a budget pick for everybody to enjoy fire. So for the high end one the definitive technology w studio is the complete package has got a sub woofer. It's got an amazing sound bar. You're gonna get the best sound from that. But it's lacking. Some features like bluetooth like XM extra features that certain other models will have. Okay, the budget pick. Oh, sorry. Sorry for the definitive technology w studio that's twelve hundred dollars for the the standard model, but they have a micro version that's one thousand. Now for the budget pick the poke command bar is two hundred dollars has built in Alexa, and has a wireless sub woofer -nificant differences between the high and the low end something like this. I don't have the stats off hand or anything moves to ask you. Hey, logan. What it was was the big difference between the two hundred dollars on the thousand dollar one. It's compared one you definitely know. You'll definitely hear lot more definition in the sound. You'll hear a lot more low end the thing about that though kids is like you adjust to anything. I mean, if I gave you a month in in you can only watch TV, and that was an old black and white TV from the fifties. Eat adjust you'd be able to watch your sports teams on sports teams watch movies, you anything personally for twelve hundred dollars. I'd rather I'd rather just trying to figure out how to make a home entertainment system work. Yeah. I mean, we're half the price. You gotta be careful too. Because you get spoiled. And then you go on the road. Like, if you're in a hotel or something, you're like fuck, they don't have my home system. And now everything sounds shitty. So be careful it's a slippery slope point also for budget purposes, Sony video and Yamaha also make great sound bars. Good to know someone's of always been intrigued by the sound bar, but I've always been locked into an actual like surround system. So never got to experimental sound bars. Plus my child would probably Atticus right making baseball hockey. Stick quick, he loves it, grab anything. He can that's long skinny and go hockey and then hitting things out. Hockey. He's your boy is my boy. Right up number four for me. The number of these out there almost didn't make the list, and then I found one particular that actually hits the Mark. These are three D LED night light. Movie related images, and they got my drastic park. They got velociraptor. So what it is? It's not like a night light the plug into your wall. Then it could stays on the wall as actual cord. There's a little disc almost looks like a hockey puck. And then this piece of lucite plastic goes into it that details and light flashes up through it. For probably nine you possibly. But it looks like he just by whatever design you choose. Now, the velociraptor the problem is you can see the outline of the said three D image, the boss of raptor. He's frozen. And then there's an outline you can see like a war the actual lucite. Plastic begins and ends, and it's cool. But then it's it's kind of a little cheating. It's not true three d but it looks street if you just kinda looking at watching videos and stuff, and then I came across the millennium folk. It works with the edge work because they go right to the edge of oriented. And it's it's good looking. I can probably see myself getting this Fraternite, it's a night lights. And like like, I was saying it doesn't plug into the wall like an air freshener like it has a little like Brian three-foot cords. He can put it on top of a bookcase in something. And it looks it looks pretty sweet, and it's got the seven different colors. You can choose from us. Pretty good. And I see it more pictures number number of different re sellers on Amazon the one that I'm showing Brian right now runs for sixteen ninety eight seventeen bucks gets shipping. They have them as much as twenty five dollars. But they have RTD Tuesday a bunch of Star Wars related stuff. But I'm going to get the link. There's an iota is it all Star Wars. Or is it like velociraptor is is what I began talking about. It looks like they also have the death star there as a lot of star was, but this is technology might have been around. I mean, it's not that great technologies like crazy technology. These things might have been. Last year. But I never saw. I think they might be fairly new. I think they're pretty cool looking I dig him. That's my number. The first one found actually was a skull the skull this creepy. But they have all sorts of. Here's a here's the dinosaur. See dinosaurs, we see the outline outline. No, no out. I don't like that one. It works for the millennium. It's true. Yeah. I like these things I could go create they got they got a Halloween themed ones. Right. That's number four three nights. Three three. For me. I fell in love with a website recently called printers print Princeton replace Princeton replays like instant replay, but Princeton replay. And they have got to show it to you. I want you describe this because they have sort of conic divers have them for a lot for sports posters and t shirts posters better. There. A lot of them are for sports, but they have once for movies too and have them from famous sports movies. This is my favorite from the natural. This is the the diagram I suppose of ROY Hobbs famous home run that broke the lights, and it has the score the game with the pirates the pirates and the New York knights, of course, final three two wasn't gonna be the pirates. I don't know why why did Hollywood Pittsburgh and red the red piece. It's not action. It's very clean and minimalistic. But they have a lot of them. You would actually like I'm gonna show Wendy. They're going to go nuts for they have for sports. Back-back what is this hockey, Pittsburgh Pirates? What? Griffin. And oh, so this has nothing was split sports movie. The original NHL Pittsburgh team was the Pittsburgh Pirates. Bedrick corpus and Pittsburgh Penguins. Right. Yes. I said he's prepared did not you absolutely. Okay. Cool. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's the game. Winter. When they when they when they'd be Nashville. Yes. Yes. I know exactly what that is. No. So now described Nashville anywhere on here. Can you describe Bill you're seeing because I want to do? Do they print a stylized diagrams famous sport the black? It's a black background and says back to back. It's a nice, and you can't really see from canyon. Dude. I'm seeing from the site. I'm seeing a black. Okay. All right. It's a hockey rink. And. Yeah. Once again, a little bit of a history thing like most people would see then what the fuck is that? But if you know, you know, and to do for sports movies most of these are on the site. There's like ninety percent of them actually death son death club enough. They have actual look and see what other ones they have. Because they have actual. Have actual they have the waterboy. Remember that the water boy they faked Twenty-three blast from remember the titans? They have the annexation of Puerto Rico, these links will be in the show notes too. Because I I would imagine a number of you are probably wondering what what Brian's looking at this one from route on being forced from Rudy where rudeness acts the quarterback, very minimalistic. Okay. What does it? Call the websites. There's Lincoln Brian Princeton replayed it, very cool stylized diagrams of famous sports plays and movies. So if you want to check it out man on they also disease all-white, you're gonna like this Princeton, really, Princeton reply. Okay. We're done with Princeton. Pittsburgh Pittsburgh's pendant move on. They don't do. The Franko hairs miraculously. They new. All right. So you got your TV got here. Sound says what? What? What are you gonna watch all that content with eyeballs every year? I kind of change every year change what my favorite streamer is like sometimes it's the apple TV. Sometimes it's the Roku hang off your bike. But this year the Roku streaming stick. Plus is probably the best real really streaming device. You can guess I don't either. We don't need it. But for those of you that don't have Roku TV's wasn't digging for sixty dollars. You can add this little it looks like a thumb drive back to your TV Joe book. No. But it does have every single streaming channel except for apple streaming channel really fucking. Averaging. Fuck you apple pretty cool everything but enough ports. Probably have more comes with a with a remote control that you can plug your headphones right into every single one. What if there's new ones can you updated? What do you mean? Every channel. Yeah. Upgrade? Okay. Like, let's say crackle becomes crackle. The second. They have a second. It's like your phone. You have an Ascom phone Roku has an app store. Nice. And it's sixty bucks. And it's like, I got my mom. The streaming stick plus has four K HD are no this is a gift to get your parents too. Because your parents are probably a little bit like afraid of high tech and whatnot. And they wanna watch shows they they'd like to maybe stream happy days, but they don't know how to I got my parents at Roku stick longtime ago that say score you set it up, and you show them how to use it and do done a USB stick. Sticky plugging your h. Roku been for a long time. Right. Rocca TV's existed doesn't have IT every everything except for apple channels motherfucker. Basically, apple rental, fifty bucks, sixty bucks. Nice. Good call. It's been way less expensive than apple TV. Indeed. Do you? Remember the original apple TV's? I remember my buddy like an apple TV like in two thousand five or something sane saying. It was like a brick all I can do play things that you bought them tunes. Yeah. Fuck and he's got to replace TV. I'm like, where's the screen? It's not gonna replace my team. All right. You up brand. No. I know you're number three for me. This is a fun. One is fun. I found this one on uncommon goods uncommon goods. It's just a smartphone. Magnify are. There's a number of them out there smartphone, magnet all of them. Kind of go kitschy old men. It's for kids. I've come to the conclusion, and I've just accepted it the most media that is made TV film and web series. Whatever else that it might be is going to be consumed on some form of tablet or phone unfortunate. I would like people to sit on couch and watch TV like the old man feeder, but people just don't anymore. So next best thing there's a number of these popping up. I found a number of like I said, it's an. It's an all school TV. I phone magnify the cost thirty bucks or so, right? And the made of cardboard made a great material. But it looks just like an old little box TV, and it magnifies your your your phone up to like seventeen or eighteen inches. So you put your you put on whatever you're watching on the YouTube over there, or whatever you're watching on your Netflix or Amazon fucked up, and you slide it into the back of this cardboard thing that you assemble a pizza box. But it's got a cool little like graphics on this on common goods dot com. And and then you just push play before you put it in there, and you and you're watching it, and it's magnified and from all accounts, the reviews, it's at least a little novelty gift for somebody who you know, that watches a lot of shit on their phone. Maybe they gotta like a desk job, or if you wanna watch on your if you wanna watch TV on your TV and your kids bothering, you just push pop the old, you know, or. Yeah. Fly there and let them go nuts. Depending on how rough the kids got destroyed this thing immediately because it's made of carbon. Thirty bucks though. And yeah, if you have like a seven or eight year olds okay? Watch this instead of a tablet just watch the phone, and they can touch the phone either, which that's pretty good maybe Braddock because I and then he merely has to start touching things and blip he goes away. And I go you sound like a fucking two year old stop that. And then we end in my wife father. By the way. No tests, sorta washing start a wash them watched with interest peg Pepe pig, but Fava so good. I can't whistle occasionally just go hall random starts thing. Boom. Every time something bad happens. Smart phone magnified. You can find them on Amazon. You can also find. The one I liked the most was uncommon goods. Yeah. We're gonna go go into I gotta get outta here. Coming up next finish off our lists for the film lover next. Thanks giving week. And that means a ton of great football action off things day. Anderson back to back to back football games. It doesn't feel like thanksgiving football on in the background. 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Shirt comes in several different sizes, including or colors navy asphalt was kind of a gray Brown and all of and there's men cut and women's cuts for eight percenters out there. Knock plaza Christmas party where it to your next Christmas party and music friends, just nineteen ninety nine prime shipping. I like what you're doing. I like, it's very hipster. But I get it like, you know, if a movie that I like a lot, and there's some some kind of little thing in there that I really appreciate I have a shirt that my wife made me that just says in like old English. I drink your milkshake on the back says I drink it up. It's good. I love it. Yeah. I don't know. If anyone's actually said, I I got the reference I've said that people have told me I used to wear the camp and people like. Go up in whisper. The director DC shirt somebody thought it was about the milkshakes or rattling sex reference. A my milkshake brings all the boys. Are they are? Drop. They thought it was that. And it has nothing to do with that has nothing to do with with your mom's nothing memories as oil. Tony. All right. What's your number two their loads? So between your TV or Soundsystem. You're streaming players game. Consoles you got several different remotes, right? Russell one right. Yeah. So you're gonna need one remote that controls them. All now, one remote. What if that remarked takes over your entire house starts on your wife? For years. The top of the line universal remote that everyone would recommend. You is the harmony six fifty sixty dollar remote. You you go on your computer, and you type in all the device that you have. I'm actually seeing sending breezy upgrade model to that is the harmony companion, and that's goes from sixty dollars to one hundred fifty dollars because you can use your smartphone. You can use Alexa to control your TV can use Google home. It can not only all anything that has the infrared. But it also can control wifi and bluetooth devices as well. It can make my Alexa. Tell talk to my TV. Well, you know, eight can have your lex tell the remote to change the channel on your TV. So you Alexa, change. It's so fucking upsetting. Logan. I'm gonna your tech guy. I'm gonna bitch here for second. I got I got smart TV over there with the Samsung. I don't even remember which which model was from couple years old. And I got the old Alexa over there. I can do anything you asked me to do. And. Okay. Let's let's get her hooked up two TV's, which can have a TV turn. I can advertise. All right. Can't do. It. Can't do. It. Can't do what they will not talk to each other on my fuck you to go to get to know the most of the simplest most. She I can I can start your take your car for you. I don't want you to start my fucking car. Went turn on the TV start my car. They'll thanks, so's Logitech harmony, six fifty or the Logitech harmony companion, very nice logic. I don't I don't like to the companion costs way more than the actual mean. The main dude, you know, what? I mean. What's the what's the difference? Pains. A standalone thing. Six fifty is a cheaper remote. It's like sixty dollars that you know, as a standalone thing harmony, companions more expensive remote different. I don't like that. It's called the companion because that seems like second fiddle. Add on number two for me. As I like, these I've done this Jillian told me, I should do this. When I was making groupers, did it I bought one for my producer about one for my executive producer and about one for my DP director chairs you can get them on Amazon, you can get them delivered to you anywhere from as cheap as seventy five bucks expensive to fifty three hundred bucks, Gruber schwa- you get one for one hundred hundred twenty five dollars, you find a place that embroiders gotta go embroidery going, bro. Rely on no iron on don't do the iron ongoing Brueghel cost couple extra bucks. But it might cost maybe fifteen bucks to get their name, and whatever title you liked to give them. And if they love movies, you director, and then you you just realize the whole chair Broda replace you just take off the back panel of the chair because that's they're made of like. Canvas. Right. You just tell you can take off the back. We did the same thing with ours. We we have some generic versions of this. Just take him into the broader replace you have them working up and it'll be done before Christmas. And then you make sure you put it on backwards. That's a mistake. The office will do is they'll put it on. So like when you're walking towards the chair. You'll see what it says. But it's supposed to say on the back. So the one the big important person sitting in that director chair anyone behind the mold see their name their title. You can get you director executive producer. You can get my husband to tell. What to do, you know, you can get ball? Buster. You can do whatever you want on there, depending on how ambitious you wanna get your hundred percent, right? We did. Once you remove the back like you said very easily. We got ones on like a Christmas print. You know, what I mean, there's Christmas party with those output. The Chris Elvis change him out. Maybe you know, you guys break up. You can take the chair with you take off that back panel. Get a new a new boyfriend. Here's a new furnace for you. Enjoy the stains. This regard the stains that don't say that because that guy went too far with the stains. You may have gone. Are rated thing. My final item with G before PG. Give me a PG on. On. You know, you and your your difficulties with your computer that increase every now this is interesting. This is my most hipster item. But I think there's also the one I'm most excited for you to see I think you would actually use this you Jim wail on the PECS and once in a while whale on them bring I assume some sort of knapsack or backpack or anything, I bring my son. Away. But you don't put your belongings your keys or they have a little lockers like with a keys I mean with with with the the combination. So I just wanted my combination in my my wallet my going any people. How many people have reasons to bring around a little backpacks? How about backpack that says do you get absolute have anyone who's seen the big lebowski ones? We'll get that immediate backpack printed with autobahn net negative bets. Here's here's the it is the album that autobahn the nihilists. Of course, we're in a band the band is called autobahn and their debut album shit from ninety three different people's emails about, you know, the big lebowski is actually the dude not the guy you were suggested is which makes sense because it's the story and the, but he's not the big the big hausky is it's on. I'm db has the actor who's playing the old about ski is on. I'm in the credits credited as the big lebowski. Was there some confusion listeners rightfully so imagine that the dude is actually the big mousy because it's it's called it is oddly named movie considering the? The big the actual big lebowski the kitchen is right. He's he's a. The main character lebowski even refers to him as the big lebowski. There should be no confusion. I don't know if it's ever uttered. Hot. Logan planes. He's the big the Basque use the one you want. He's lebowski, man. I don't think I don't think the word. The big ask is ninety percent. Sure. A hundred percent sure back to my hundred Trumpster back to autobahn gonna change your band of Niholas. Of course, they had an album called negative negative that translates to German. But nail bed bed of nails males another one of their their their album covers they're all like in a fuel of nails. Here's the move though. You get that for like your eight year old send them to school some school daycare. That's that's pretty daycare school grade school. Yeah. Either way on the school. You really absolutely should report back, and I go bet Logan. What's up actually gonna break from theme on this? Last one. I was gonna bring in for my number one was going to be these noise cancelling headphones that are the best. They're the Sony one thousand XM threes, if you're interested, but I remember something I bookmark months ago, and as you guys were discussing your your t shirts with references to movies. Just. Logan's changes member on audible. Yeah. So not this isn't Jesse with an interception. Eight gift for film lovers. This is a store of gifts for film lovers. Teixeira hell dot com and actually maybe maybe gifts to piss off ill lovers on the stores called slightly wrong. And it's all t shirts. Hey close, and it's all movie references with slightly wrong quotes to piss off movie. This. That's good. This is double picked out a few just to just to show. You this one's from Jimmy Anita big boat. Die hard said died hard titles of the shirts. Zippy do dumb on a pretty good movie. His bad as when I used to wear that Jesus. Hey speared around town. And like, I would always have to get into it with people idiot's gonna come up to you talk. Dave actually got the wears John. Here's john. How did is free? I like this. I like it pretty good. I'm really into this actually one point twenty one gigabytes, and what is what is the reference back feature. I know. But what is the picture? It's just a one hundred twenty one gigabyte second, should we? Yeah. One point twenty one. There's a whole whole store of has. That's it's crazy. We live in a world. That's a morning. For my volume, turn guests. Should be down my cable ran by who you make it. Lower the fire. Cable to the store is not easy to find. I soon because of licensing issues he doesn't wanna get busted. It's like a store within a store. Changing the best way you can find the stories on Twitter. Go to Twitter dot com and his handle is slightly wrong. Queue the letter q we wrong on our site. That's even better and hey, slightly, Ron Q. If you hear back from any of our listeners who buy your shit, synthesize toke. Courtesy. We'll talk KiKi jerseys did that for me awhile ago jerseys was out a couple years ago, and they live over geeky jerseys dot com and other bonus reached out to us all gig jersey. We send a lot of business people's way. What else also I did a few years ago where they take metal bands like classic metal bands. And also like just bans I got out house, and they mix them with a classic directors like craft work and Kubrick, and they they make a logo, dancing and hers ogg, and that's one of my favorite shirts. And they sell those out of Sinophile here in LA. Yeah. That's where that's created low shirts. But those are good to look up. I don't remember. I can't remember what the what the what the website was fuck the police. It's just the police and the place, and it's the bands of that shirt. Number one for me. This is a good one. This is a good one. They run from twelve dollars sixty five cents up to thirty dollars and ninety five cents. So they're all within most people's budgets. Imagine find on Amazon you can find them all over the place one hundred or three hundred I found both versions one hundred movie scratch off or three hundred scratch off. These are like a lot of tickets. Call them bucket list movies, perhaps it's like a poster poster you can hang up on your wall. And they have like a quote essential movies that everyone should see classic films and you scratch off once you see become color. So they're like lottery ticket Amazon has a bunch of them here. I'll click on the link, and they'll show you, and it's pretty cool. I'm all about collecting. And you know, I do my thing with my national parks. I go national park. I'll keep the map the folded up. Nice map. They're all uniform each Matt national park has the same one, but they look different. But here's here's one of the movie posters, Brian. And then you scratch them off as you see them. So you'd have to imagine you probably seen a lot of them. So you get a scratch off all budget probably a few on there that the have not seen like the one that. I'm looking at right now they've got a bunch two versions but up on their they have dark night. They have. Shining. Thank our go. It is a little bit like an advent calendar, and they have a few one hundred and as many as three hundred and there are four dible. They are affordable. So yeah, I like that they have similar to getting one for my wife, actually, which is world map. And then you scratch off where you've been countries. That's good. Yeah. It's pretty good. Right. Yeah. This is the movie version of that. That's good. And that's available on Amazon, Amazon, you can find pretty much everything all my list on Amazon. Yeah. It was on and uh. Oh, yeah. That's that the personal directors chaired the smartphone. Magnifying magnet magnify your which has a little TV. They made out of cardboard pretty cool for like thirty bucks, the three night light and the at most home theater, and of course, old cool. Now is a great place to look for just unique gifts that will surprise whoever you get them for and as well as limited amounts left ivory few things left from groupers, goggle Anderson, Cowan dot com. WFAN, and I will have it all up they're all of links to all. Anderson Brian comm links everyday had the enchantment under the poster the nostrum hat, the Princeton replay natural movie poster everything replace pretty cool, actually Nakagomi plaza Christmas party t shirt and the autobahn drawstring backpack. Verticals all right. And I had a TV TCL or L G O lead. Sound bar definitive technology or poke command bar? I had the Roku streaming stick. Plus, and the harmony six fifty or the harmony companion sweet and slightly wrong. Q. Wrong. I like that. Right. Look enlist wrap up with some gambling get the fuck outta here. Last week you gambled on fantastic. Beasts the crimes of Grendel wall. All the way to. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yes, we did at the rods scores. Fifty interesting bit fifty seven and Brian seventy one to grow up by twenty points, currently the week after its release the rotten tomatoes score has gone down to forty percent Anderson. The winter was fifty three before I'm glad this came up. If you're still listening. I meant to mention this. The the beginning of the program. Ballad of BUSTER Scruggs, the ballot of BUSTER Scruggs. It is available on a fuck flicks near you. This is a on Thala g film by the Coen brothers. I did a bad thing last night by watching three the first three stories about them because I liked to they're meant to be watched all in their entirety. It's a two hour and ten minute movie. Collectively with seven stories believes Thalji, Bryan. Like, I said, well, the figure if their story I think it'd be loans still, but they're they're done to be what are you doing giving logo? If they're gonna silence signal and you have to react verbally the hose nuts. Oh, you knew those notes. I see what you're saying. I am really joined this ballot. Buster scruggs. Oh, it's all things about is. Good. Yeah. It's good. It's fun. I've only watched three so far. They're very unique. They're very Cohen brothers as through muse. To be involved, and I was laughing out loud or some up very overt violence. Okay. This is fun. This is a fun. Now. There's seven stories I've only seen three could be steep drop off this time next week, Brandon. I will have seen all seven talking about it together. I was wildly. I think my expectations were were very very low because. Netflix has let me down with some of my filmmaking. Most recently with the apostle which is best and you may never near dark. I may not. But this one. Far exceeding my expectations. Those far base crowds. Buster Scruggs, I like that catchy tunes to. I think I might start watching it from the beginning. I liked the first three that much to do that. Logan gambling on this week. This rolling. Rohan listeners near that this week. You're gambling on Ralph breaks the internet. Should be Ralph wrecks internet. Yeah. But it's hip actually they actually ref. Got a really enjoyed this first movie so much because you're nerd now. I do not I've been cheating all day. So. Keep for a long period of time. Glenn the score. All right. I'm going mardi Straka Marty. Struck eighty two three fuck me. All right, currently the force released with ninety three reviews the rotten tomatoes score for Ralph breaks, the internet is ninety percent drop. It might drop at my niece drop a lot like them either drop lot. All right. Let's get out of here wrap it up Logan. Yourself. All right. This week's listener art comes from gecko L, very soft music. We're going out to I don't like that. We. This has been done before it has been it's Rainman, but it's myself and the Baldwin, and of course, the ball because they know how to get to you call when you dumb as a worst. Don't call me. Stupid. Stupid stupid you ever? Call me stupid. Brian. You're a lot of things, but sport, you're not, okay. Featured artists this week our before dawn JT Rockin squashing ice tea rock. 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I got some feedback about the whole American film market experience. Brian for second. And the whole the whole reason why created the after that I could actually talk about that created. But one of the best things about is. I could talk about going on in my life without interfering with what we do here, which I consider a service talking about movies. I don't like to talk about my own life shit that I do shit that. I see right for sure I do. Self-centered apologizing break here is. This last week has been the saddest week of my entire life. I can't even start talking about it here at all. And I'm really fucking happy that I got through this entire fucking episode without and in the old days before after after I would have had to talk about it here because it's more only outlet to talk to people about shit, and I'm going to go do the after this right now. And I'm prog a cry for an hour and a half and you laugh, but I'm serious. I can't even fucking talk about it. But I'm really happy that I got through this. Oh, no. No, it's terrible. Bingo.
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