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"vincent vega" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast
"That's your thing when she up to the face. Though I think that some kind of mentally ill someone else for effect. The girl is crazy. I'm sorry for saying this but you know. Perfect girls crazy. If she's got tattoos in the in the breast area or if they start tattoo in their face you know for a fact that they don't got something right in their brand of water has interface food. I rest my case wrestling my eyeball tattoos. I've seen that too and it's like what are you doing on you? Yeah they they changed the color of the White Sea rise. Yeah that's like you really desperate said like you really want to do with yourself into pain. You're really independent. That's a level of pain that you're into it so so for me it's like you know. I don't. That's that's the reason why I'm like. I just tattoos just kind of weird to me. I don't have any tattoos personally. I'M NOT KNOCKING ANYBODY. Who has tattoos? But when you start putting tattoos on your face so like or eyeballs but like when you start tattooing a word on your face you gotta make sure you're gonna you're cool with that. Were being on your face. Four of And spell it right and then of course there's also the other thing it's like you're tattooing. Somebody's name a phrase on your face and then every day you're looking at your face and going. Why did I tattoo love and pain in my on my head or you or you look at it and you're like yeah? I love and pain. That's what's up every single day. Navy people change every day. I know people change every year. Do you know what I'm saying? So you tattoo and your face to be like Nah like no one can really take you seriously just staring at your face with somebody's name tattooed on your face a damn like damn license plate then are now man. You Ain't a vehicle. You know what I'm saying it's stupid. It's stupid all across her face and is not even a tiny little tattoo. It is a large tattoo on across the face and then on top of that industry a model. But if you got it all they can put Megamall Obama to get it like. You can't even see but still who wants to who wants who let me higher because the love that face. Tattoo wack anyway we gotta go into a quick commercial break the Pascal show back. Hey we're keeping it real all day on nine twenty. Am and one. Oh six point nine. Fm THIS IS REAL. Talk Wgn and you come back to the Pascal show. It is cold as hell. Don't you know Mardi Gras is at the end of this weekend? So I don't know what I'm saying I get into flow and then it goes then you just just because I just I just don't know and I keep thinking man. I just WANNA rhyme something. That's going to be like prolific and mind blowing. I can't I don't want to be like snow. No go show glow Mo what. El- what up doe you know what I mean right. So I always overthinking furlough furlough. Hey that's when you try to be like super. Sat Smart 'cause people be like. Wow that's deep what's law anyway. Here was great be well. We got some birthdays in the today. Some people are born today. Some people walked out of the Velvet curtains and breathing the breath of life. We're talking about celebrity birthdays right now. That's right WHO's birthdays today. Yes so this lady. That was an author educator and professor novelist. She has her best known. Works include the bluest eye song Salomon and Sue Kelly Moore. She died in Last year I know. But she would've been eighty eight or eighty nine today. Prolific writer sell this prolific writer looney turning fifty six years old today out of new Rochelle New York and this movie actor was in. There's something about Mary. Herbie fully loaded the outsiders and you mean debris and he won the Academy Award for best supporting actor in crash. Oh hold on Dillon Mcdermott no no. I was thinking I was thinking Dylan McDermott too. But that's not him dylan. That's the last name I know. Matt Matt Dillon. Thank you all. He was great in something. That's about something God. Yes wow so good in that movie. turned fifty two years old today at a Roseville California. This former teen actress best known for being a part of the Brat. Pack and she was best known for sixteen candles. The breakfast Molly Ringwald. Yes I met her. She was very weird. She seems like she she was little. She was quirky very quirky. Very sweet though Corky. This queen died at the age of forty to fifty in fifteen fifty eight She was known as Bloody Mary. Fifteen fifty eight say that again one more time. She was known as the bloody. Mary Bloody Mary Byrne over two hundred religious dissenters at the stake in Marion persecutions. That's that's before my time. A you said blame Mary Right. Mary Queen of Mary married the first deliverers. Yeah we've yeah This lady turns sixty three years old today South Carolina. She has turned more letters. And I think anybody in the World Oh Vanna White Van. Wow does she know just sixty four sixty four turned more letters lead that remember when she was like a sex symbol says membership like that. He was so high. Wow this hilarious and love this. He did it for her. She's doing it. I know we'll actually. They have another lady turning the letters now but Vanna white is still on the show as a correspondent okay. I had just watched the other day and I was like. Oh wow no more the white. I was shocked but then I still sorry it was like she still kidnapping that chicken. Still get that penny still okay. Okay born in Italy and Egypt. Ninety one thousand nine hundred eight. There was recent movie that just came out. Referencing this entrepreneur and car maker and Ferrari Enzo Ferrari Johnny turning eighty seven years old today at a Tokyo Japan. She was best known as the white but John Lennon Yoko Ono on this other Jillian also a fitness guru turning forty six years old today out to La Jillian michaels. Yup that's what the J G This is probably. I imagine there's GonNa be up there in one of your favorite directors He died at the age of fifty nine back in two thousand nine out of Lansing Michigan. His works include Ferris. Buehler's Day off pretty in pink. The breakfast club national and his. Yep Yeah he was good dinners good he was. He was the one who created the teen comedies. Yeah basically the appear to me of what teen comedy on Lockdown Block and he also created like home alone one of the people who penned home alone. Ooh Yeah Yeah. It was pretty dull turning sixty six years old today at a New Jersey. A C Vincent Vega. He's got Tony other big thing. We say again the Tom of it turning sixty six years old today at a new a New Jersey but his He played Vincent Vega. That is Vince. Vaughn Vincent Fago and what shot and pulp fiction? Hope Fiction Vega Vincent Vega Vincent Vega. Why am I forgetting the manhole? Don't give me a second figure anything else. Tennis a ton of stuff. But I'm not sure letter forty-nine wild hogs hairspray swordfish thank you John John Travolta movie wrap up today at Compton California fifty five years old today hip icon record. No NOPE nope beats by Dr Dre. I knew they were sitting. You know what also shout out to. Oh no that's not him. Sorry I get Dre Timbaland mixed up all all because now they look exactly the same statue aged the same It's kind of and they won't do. The same. Weird was shot the timber. Sorry for the left You know So happy bird that all you celebrities out there you know what I'm saying that that walked out of the Velvet curtains and breathe the breath of life because life is beautiful. Even the ones that just passed you know for what they've done contributed to this world to the medium that they were born into or that they worked for so happy birthday to all you. Celebrities out there Today I'm sure. There's other birthdays people who were born today celebrity wise but also. I just wanted to say big shout out to Timbaland because timberline. This was on the town hall show. Oh yeah coming out talking about how he was battling opioid addiction and he had a really heavy opioid addiction for good long time so the fact that he was able to get out there and talk about it hopefully inspires other people to get out there and talk about it themselves to you know not to be shy if you're if you're dealing with some you know personal demons and personal struggles. Don't hesitate to pick up the phone and call a friend. There are people out there that would love to hear your story and help you and help you and guide you through some of the darkest times. And that's what he basically was talking about how he had to just kind of kick it cold Turkey and how he's sober now and and you know he was hit and he was taking a lot of pills a day like a lot so it's crazy but anyway anyway to kind of wrap it up today. Today's show was done. 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"vincent vega" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Type. I'm talking about here is is just that it's a sad sack. I think Tarantino has a lot of sad sacks like this. <hes> these characters are there a bit bewildered by life in general certainly by the stories that Tarantino has dropped them into and they walk through it with this low level depression almost often substance abuse is is also involved. Certainly that's the case with Vincent. I think you could make the case. It's with his dance. Partner to MIA. Wallace strikes me as someone with a similar presence presents and disposition. I think that <hes> there's another one in pulp fiction bruce wills butch as you were talking about the quietness of Max Cherry Robert Forster's amax Cherry. Maybe there's a little bit of sad sack element to that <hes> as well and I think definitely we cover this in our review of once upon a time in Hollywood that Rick Dalton Leonardo DiCaprio's Rick Dalton suffers from this sort of sadness so I I almost considered putting rick on this list actually saw we thought last night and yeah kind of have my picks lined up so I think you articulated regulated that very well because my I will have to admit Josh my first thought when I started putting this list together was who would ever put Vincent Vega and their top ten realize my thought honestly I just felt and maybe this again is just kind of falling prey to conventional conventional wisdom on Tarantino or something has happened over time where somehow now we've all started to underrate Travolta's performance a little bit but I'm so mesmerized by characters like jewels in pulp fiction by other characters that we're touching on and are going to touch on that I think I had may be taken for granted. What Travolta does as Vince Vega and how interesting that character is just to watch N._F._l.? The way he the way he sort of laconically moves through everything. Do you think it's maybe because of of just where Travolta's career went. I mean it was guilty of that to you had other high points dating but it was rocky and you know just where he is in public perception. Now I think maybe it's a little easier to kind of downplay. <hes> how significant chicken tight grateful fiction so I'm not sure exactly where this character would fit into your plan but this is certainly another character within the same movie as Shoshana Inglorious Bastards who has to rise to an occasion who's being picked in this case and accepts a mission to do something that he may be isn't fully equipped for any almost pulls it off you know I'm picking Michael.
"vincent vega" Discussed on Unspooled
"Don't seem to exist in this hyper-violent Los Angeles and I was thinking about that and I also noticed that in that scene where Bruce Willis gets in the taxi driver with the macab very hot. Taxi driver doesn't really exist what you see in the back through the car. Is this rear projecting like we're used to. I swear maybe I'm going crazy but the rear projection is black and white. It's not even pretending to look natural. It's not even pretending to look like it's reality while it's interesting trusting because it's the same kind of rear projection that he uses for the heroine sequence when John Travolta's driving. It's like it's interesting. They do the night scenes in that way but yet when they're doing the kind of the the most famous opening scene when they're both Macara talking about Royale Jeez that is that's real world. They're just you know they're on a rig. They're going down you know the Real Street. They frame them from the trunk in that all blue background they just looks they look like icons. They come into sound like icons. It is interesting that you kill this character and you you you lose. Track of characters like Sam. Jackson's character really is this you come up with this amazing scene with him where I think this character that same Jackson plays here defines this next half of Sam Jackson's career because if you look at his work right before this he isn't that type of guy and even when you watch this performance. It's a slower Sam Jackson. It's it has a little bit more subtlety than sometimes when you see him in movies. Doing you know quote Unquote Osam Jackson performance. I love it. I will see Sam Jackson everything and anything I think he's actually a great actor but I also think he knows how to play that character that he does but this movie I think sets them on that track and I think in a weird way where Sam Jackson is kind of repeated characters. Here's like this Gwen. Tarantino is done everything to avoid casting Sam Jackson in a character like this again and also kind of doing the same sort of trump said he doesn't this film. Yeah I mean I think same Jackson's performance in Django unchained for example is one of the most astonishing daring performances I've ever seen and I think what I've been untying in the last viewing of pulp fiction is maybe just maybe because this comes so hand in hand with how young I was when eyesight the fact that when I saw this movie I just assumed every single character and it was cool right and I think in a lot of ways he thinks every characters also pretty cool. I mean by the way that's a recurring line in the movie. Are we cool. Are we everyone is. Asking are we cool but I do think when I watch it now. It's clear to me that say Vinson Vega is not that cool. He's at least not as cool as same L. Jackson. You're right Vincent. Big is not cool. I think the suit does a lot more work for Vincent Vega as being cool than when and you see personality and I think that gift that goes around of him looking around backwards and forwards when he's in Marcellus his house like you see maybe for being a little bit more dumb now where back in the day I was like maybe he's the guy that you identify identify with more yeah. Although maybe I thought it was more because I didn't know what a quarter pounder with cheese was called in Amsterdam I mean I'm GonNa play that scene just to get into start playing scenes but I will say I had the hardest time polling clips for this because I kept thinking to myself. Everybody knows this one to everybody knows this into L. but I mean everybody knows every cliff in this film so well what was harder for me finding moments of clips that I felt like we're actually revealing to the characters in started to make me think like Oh. Maybe I need to just make peace and accepted the fact that these are superficial official characters without the death. I think he writes now and just enjoy them for that. which okay but let's play the clip funny.
"vincent vega" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Like a blockbuster album of a movie and the amount of catchphrases catchphrases and then Sean you yes yeah I get. I forget the Bible Reading Academy. I forget parts of this movie and you know you you mentioned this where the way he plays with our relationship to characters in our relationship to movie stars you know the Vincent Vega character and the <hes> Anne mcdermot or character the way in which she shows up with Marcellus later or she gets shot coming out of the bathroom and it's like there's such kind of like not expected endings to the wear your they're supposed to be is so was so challenging an interesting wrap your head around as a kid. I you know I I keep thinking as I'm talking like I mentioned the watch speech. I got a mentioned this thing there. Is there a movie where you know every every moment is somehow worthy of dissection in discussion. I think it has the most career watchable scenes of any ever made but in addition to that when I was re watching it the things that I picked up on again last night paying very close attention to it. We're things that I probably wasn't mature enough to understand when I I saw it in particular and I remember adult critics citing a lot of this stuff in me feeling like this isn't what's cool about this movie but there is an incredible sexiness between John Travolta Enuma Thurman and his movie that feels like a corny thing to say until you get older and you realize like what real tension absent that is from most movies one hundred percent there's so little focus on that and it just Zeros or similarly <hes> when Vinson Vega and butch encounter one another Marcellus bar and the the look that they give after the talking to you know that whole thing and the intensity and the camera holding on Willis face for the entire mentally exits that bar in the middle of the day is just incredible stuff. It's very patient. You know it's it's very precise this ice like he's not just the guy who does and I will strike down upon the then he can do that. He can write the crazy speech he can do a big shootout he can make you excited by an action sequence or a car chase but the little intimate moments are extraordinarily precise. Yeah and it's like it almost feels more like a story. Someone's telling you at a party rather than a move. You're watching because the way in which you know and then Bruce Willis is this guy he's walking out. He's GonNa leave them behind but then he thinks and he walks back in and then he sees the bat he puts the back down and then he picks this and he's like. It's like all this stuff even though D._C.. In which is I think I remember when I saw that I had never like even. I don't think yeah I knew heroin really was what I saw this movie. I couldn't understand it when I I saw the problem even like the breaking down of the Acapulco gold and this is like all that stuff that was crime novel ship and then you like I think I knew people could overdose from drugs. They didn't know you could bring them back and that whole sequence where you're just like a now this person who I've just been like quite candidly lusting after this entire movie as barked in their own hair hair and died and come back to life and is actually not going to be with this guy it. I I still try to wrap my mind or a what happens in pulp fiction and it doesn't work the thing that struck me on rewatch is this like heat Quinn has an an author a master authors understanding of how perspective works and how to make you know when I I saw it I didn't I didn't really grasp the kind of like a puzzle box chronology stuff stuff he was doing because each little vignette is so grounded on the character that or characters that it's depicting in that moment like when <hes> when jewels and Vincent are walking into do the to do the hit <hes> at the beginning of the movie. There's all these little moments where they walk away from the camera and you're watching them. You're waiting in front of the elevator while they go off and have this conversation for them to come back. So your understanding the whole time of we're going to do this thing now on this little side path and I'm watching that happen waiting for them to come back years all these things all these little tricks with perspective that <hes> that ground each scene in such a way that I didn't even notice that it was all the Krog chronology was all jumbled up there and I just think that that is really masterful shit to really understand how to depict from characters perspective <hes> what is happening yet it makes certain things more awarding too because we know about the showdown between Vincent and Butch and and then we see the execution accidentally in the bathroom later on in the movie but that's not a purposeful thing because they have animosity it's just by dint of storytelling miss arranged purposefully and I think I could see how some people at the time with think that that was kind of a gimmick. <hes> you know that's fracturing one of the movies we talked to him about on this series that we're doing his point blank which is a similar kind of execution this John Boorman nineteen sixty seven movie which kind of shatters our perception of what's real and what's not real and things don't happen in real time and he was a pretty young east like is late twenties and he's doing this and he's got a real like you said a master authors grip on when to show US whose ideas were seeing yeah he had did he. Did he rip the Scene Point Blank where I forget the main characters name but he's walking through L._A._X.. Marching through L._A._X.. With the tile going by did he take that Jackie Brown kind of sliding seen from that that's more of annot mosh the graduate which is shot for shot in the L._A._X.. When you see I think he Benjamin Braddock eh moving on the escalator fast but there's also a very similar shot in point blanket right <hes> and that's the other thing we've hardly even talked about which is that all of these movies are laden with Oh my gosh and they're all these little puzzle boxes into other movies that you can explore? Maybe that's why Paul sometimes stands alone for me is because I just don't feel like Lance comes from another movie. <hes> I do think this is Roger Avery's influence because this is. I think it was their life I. I don't know that he was that these guys were partying like that or anything like but there's a lot of real seeming people yes and there's just like a like a lot of like oh like that's the car that Bush drives. Absolutely that's the that's the turtle neck that Marcellus would wear it. There's some some of the stuff just feels like hey if we never get to make another movie. Let's put everything in this right even though I'm sure he knew he was going to have a long career. It sounds like he always had a lot of confidence about that and yet natural born killers drew minutes going at the time. This feels is like the the document dump. You know if if we never get another one let's put it like this. Who's your favorite pulp character? Who probably what about you Geez how he butch? I like that choice is yours. Peter Green Pretty Greens character. You're definitely not. I don't know the answer to my own question. I think Vinson Vega appre refunding open. I just it's gotta be tools. I don't really understand gills internal life <hes> but I I like watching him. Talk Yeah which is something that you can say about almost every Tarantino character okay. Let's wrap this up by giving me one bonus Tarantino thing that you love. This can be a movie. He's written written snatch of dialogue. Put an another movie. It can be a performance. He's given maybe you know he. This is a guy who hosted Saturday night. Live you know what I mean. He's done it all he as you said he made an episode of E. R. He made two episodes of C._S._I.. I will say this is not aged well but I will say his performance and sleep with me. The explain that so this is really really small random nineties indie movie. I'm having a hard time. Remember is Craig. Sheffer is in this movie. who were the lead yeah? I think he's the lead and who's the woman in it. Is it like Olivia Dabo or something that we coups in sleep with me. I can't remember I remember bodies. Rest of motion was Tim Roth and Bridget Fonda which is like the key kind of like the same thing Meg Tilly Meg Tilly Craig Sheffer and who's the other guys dolts stoltze okay and it's just like set in L._A.. And it's basically a love triangle movie really talk electrician movie which was not uncommon. Tom And early nineties shout out to the early nineties and there's a party scene and in this party scene Quentin Tarantino shows up as like a party guest and goes up to todd field who would later make in the bedroom and little children. You may know him as Nick Nightingale the piano player Eyes Wide Shut bellio.
"vincent vega" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That is Billy Bob Thornton in Pulp Fiction. Vincent Vega's partner Jules is played by which actor, John Travolta. And what is the name of the first movie directed by Quentin Tarantino about six criminals with pseudonyms hired to carry out a robbery, Reservoir Dogs are is the first one. Wait a minute. Or is it Houma Thurman? Houma thurman. By final for that. I don't feel great about this. Don't feel great game. Expired. Please let Elizabeth back inside the room. She comes she's coming back in. Boy, I don't think I'm going over there. I don't know. I could see myself having won their three they're even zero. It could be talked into. Anywhere between zero and three. Right. And it could go really the way you probably haven't seen many Quentin, Tarantino movies. I've seen a couple and enjoyed them violent very violently. Lucky wants got asked about violence. You walked out walked out. Well, he's got then he has thin skinned because you should be able to talk about that, if you're going to shoot up everybody in every movie and all of them. Yeah. What was the great one about? Don't ask me. All right. With that kind of strategy your three questions we'll be getting. Elizabeth? Tarintino is the subject of today's college. Pop culture, knowledge and the timer starts to ask the first question, and you may pass and come back to answer as many times, as you like, okay question one. What who is the star of kill Bill Duma Thurman in Pulp Fiction? Vincent Vegas partner. Jules is played by which actor Houma, Thurman. What was the name of the first movie directed by Quentin Tarantino about six criminals with pseudonyms hired to carry out a robbery Reservoir.
"vincent vega" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"My favorite line right now give you two. So anyway, well boys, if they win the ballgame lets say, it gives us to okay, we'll say it gives you case scenario, we got to Nick and the giants scrap out a little three two two w tonight. We're going to come into tomorrow, you're gonna be playing Denzel. Great great Vincent's, Murph in the traditional Murph and MAC style, we kick it around name-wise. I'll offer I think it was a guy who's saying bebop a Luma. That's a, gene. Vincent, right. Wasn't as name bebop blue. Gene, Vincent, any other. Vincent, Vincent Price of the great horror guy. And then Nick, Vincent, entourage, buddy. Right. Vincent chains. On your board to go. I do I do I do. Let me get you. Great line this morning from paulie. We're talking about Bruce Bochy as the opener in very clever. Carrie Crowley, was the first I saw to say when bocce opened the door said looks like Bruce boats, he's really embracing the opener strategy, but I'm poem Crowley. I'm with them. I was a good lump the mug of a Carrie Crowley house. Second and non freckles and the just get them a slice apple pie over a little tin tin hair. Let me ask these kids. You got no Tinton the French comic book ten ten the little hair knows look at this kid. I know my read it did you guys know ten ten is now I think its bar that's frowned upon. Because it French colonialism sucks about the bar is the great creative. Tony Ryan who runs our creative department. How can I say back in the day when we breaking in the radio industry, he had different while he had different utensils in his house. They maybe you would get them up on Haight street. Murph the pipes if you will and he had different names for his pipes. One of them was shaped like iota with yoda's head, and then you would put the bud right there in yoda's head light it up, and then the other pipe had was named affectionately. But ball he had you can talk to him about his pipes. He's might have the bar politically. If you listen to bring the bar in today on a show to the kids, I've been around enough show and tell. A pro clubhouses paulie, there were some players who would walk around. They they call them bar. I'm saying. You know, what I mean, by the way, people's if you wanna go about nine thousand five going Tinton is Belgian not French now that maybe. The all time. That's the Alzheimer right there. Okay. I think he's right to by the way. Some people writing in that Vincent, paulie, don't forget Vincent Vega from Pulp Fiction your fire these listeners. And then somebody says, there's a hip new girl called a Saint, Vincent. She's an indie artist that she's known as I know that on the indie scene Saint Vincent. For me to impact Brian my little protege in there, you watch the motley Crue movies. So obviously on Netflix. You're familiar with lead singer, Vince, Neal, Vince, Neal, right so other great, Vince. Anyway, the point was was that this morning when Bruce bocce opened the door right before you opened the door. He turned and scream primal scream with the stick in his hand. I mean, I don't watch game of thrones is struck me as something. We'll look at a game of thrones gladiator or something and it paulie brought up the point. He said, you know, it's something we like to say life because it is true. This is worth call for years. Now, he might have had his own things going on from swingers. That's that whole thing started had his own things going on. So he's got this far Han walking into one. He opens the door. There's far Honey opens the door. There's Derek Holland. Picks. Fixed up the sports page seventeen and twenty three you know, he's got he opens the door. There's Kratz walking with her stuff. Bruce. I gotta go over to the door. There's Aaron altera walk in. It's madness. Hold onto in this life Craxi just walked, and I understand that that far haunt has been put in a bad situation. He's been handed a two word review of of of a team. And and he's trying to bring in something..
"vincent vega" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"I could roll with that. John MacLean teaming up with Dutch. Yeah. Do duchess name. According to render novelization is Allie Allen. Yeah. Yeah. The Dutch come from because he's does. But he's not. But yes, I think that's his. Yeah. So they call him. But his name is Alan big, Al. So James going for a space James going for the director of his favorite movie of all time, isn't your favorite movie of all time aliens. So the Cameron verse would be my second stop on this particular trip. Okay. You're really going far down your list of. The Richard Curtis. I, but basically they're all take place in the same universe. Anyway. So makes a difference. It's just a lot of people in his versatile. Hugh, Grant brothers. It's like three dental strangers. That's right. One becomes prime minister gets married to American the other one meets the Romans. Did anyone see the comic relief thing guessing one red nose day in wedding? And was it good? John who is your? Connected universe. Interconnected? My first this question was Tarantini because that's been done it. So it's been like talked by anyway like, Yep. You know, there's little Easter eggs. He puts in there. And he, you know, the Vega brothers. He I mean, he talked about writing film at one point with us right with Vincent Vega and the other Vega. Leaving Las Vegas. It'd be really cool. Just to have like an adventure style. You know, getting a brides and Dr king, and you know, king Scholtz Schultz mazing all of his big Django will the action hisses team up and kill finals. That'd be fun. Bowman. Oh, yeah. He's going. Yeah. Hang on second going highbrow highbrow. Yep. Death to team up with finding Alexandra. That would be amazing. I'm on board and the else whereas Aniston how about you have a tweet avengers only so much whimsey I can have in my life. I mean, it'd be the ultimate whimsey. I feel like, you know, there are certain directors who fill every film is sort of in the same universe. Anyway, they sort of make the same film. Over and over. There'd be like twenty Bill Murray. So I just want to get the question a little bit more now than so is this a are we making a separate film is this a film to these films exists? So this for example, will we'll take your Wes Anderson. So are you making the role Tenenbaum's anew, just, but you make different film? And then you drop Steve Caesar into it. Or you bring Ray find some somehow there's time travel jiggery-pokery from the grand Budapest hotel. And you drop them into the movie is that what works is this just a universe does universe. Just exist outside our universe. A parallel universe where all these characters live, and they just interact and the just pass each other on the way, the shelves mines station is the coolest way too is doing avengers team upright, you get some scenario some sort of time vortex where you bring together characters from all of those films into one film, and they all interact and you have the joy of seeing these characters does one of the best things about vengeance. Right is seeing these disparate characters interact and would know Baca fish of having. You should watch. Chris like kids fill. It's. Yeah. So, you know, wouldn't it light to have love to see Duchesne McLean misleading slipping Roy's cracks. I'm gonna say Hitchcock..
"vincent vega" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Why you see all these people who talk about how hard act it is. And they go to acting school, and they work on this and the comedian comes in to do, and he just starts in their great actors right away. Well, there's different levels of acting. Right. Dislike like, what Daniel day Lewis does where he's going to be a Lincoln, and like he literally is him referees and his wife has to deal with that. Which is amazing to me like if they get intimate, and he's still speaking in that Abe Lincoln, high pitched voice. And then what I do which is I just memorize what they tell me to say. And I try to make it sound believable. That's it. I think that's acting. No. That's it. No. Because you know, what it is. I want tell myself thing with John Travolta. And he was like okay Vinnie? Bob, marina walk like this. Vincent vega. Walk like that. Joe Rosa was telling me about this like he literally comes up with the walk, which makes sense because I don't walk like you. You don't walk like me, you know. Hopefully, you don't look like me. And it's like these people like that's really coming up with a carrier. I would think if if you're doing it to that level, then I just do like a surface thing where it's just like all right? What you're doing right now, you know with your finger like I would never be able to do that. Like what you just didn't seem like you just won an EMMY if you weren't you if you weren't you, and you someone you playing you have you ever been around Joe patchy? No, unfortunately, you haven't I met him a couple of times I played golf with him one time that guy you see on TV in theater, it's the same guy. Actor. He's one of those kind of guys what he says I award. He puts f-bomb in the middle of everything like ham. Evan burger. He cannot finish us ends without doing the f bomb. I know but in casino that nice midwest accent. Pin? Yeah. Oh my God. Yeah. Seeing that one. Yeah. Oh, the guy starts crying that was a little girl. Go cry. Here's why I love goodfellas casinos. Too violent for me. Yeah. Thrones again, watch game of thrones. It's too violent. Oh, my wife won't what she won't watch game of thrones. She goes, I don't care about white people in the middle ages with kings and dragons. God, I guess we're not watching that. She run the operation at your place. Yep. I'm learning not to fight it. It's really really. Well, this stuff out there, you know, with women complaining about they have no power the amount of guys walking around an egg shells and a house that they paid for literally ridiculous. She runs the TV shrines everything I'm just gradually giving it to like, oh, I get it. I get it. Like if long as you're happy, then the subset of your happiness. I after have find my happiness in like that whole like a happy wife happy life like sounds cute because it rhymes. But it's it's a threat has basically if she's not happy. Nobody is going to be happy, including the kids. Where's the hashtag for that? Nowhere. Nowhere to be. All these all these poor women. Oh my God. Funny listening to white women complain about living in the United States of America is one of the funniest is like you really need to travel. If you really think you're next on the list of problems that needs to be addressed. It's insane. Yeah. Talking to Bill Burr is ending his career right now. This is everyone. If you live in some Honey, boo boo lifestyle on the Appalachian trail. I'm gonna listen to you. Are you sitting at Drake and Rosaiah every afternoon at four, you know, I'm going to sit there and listen to you like. What are black people complaining about Lou what these white women have to deal with? Oh my God. The trolley broke down at the mall. Walk a mile in my red bottom shoes. No, I like it just one of my favorite things to do. Right now. Tax feminists because it's so easy. You don't even need bait on the hook. They just jump right on the right in the boat. I say the most absurd stuff people like is it difficult to perform in this climate. It's the easiest thing ever. He just drive the bus right through and everybody just laughs. That's a lot. Like, you see these actors NATO, you don't know what we go through some of those angel. We have to do you got a private trailer? You got a private jet everywhere you go not anymore. No. Those days are gone. What happened? What happened was the internet happened? So everybody's steals. The back in the day. These superhero movies, we got like twenty stars all in the same movie that never happened like all those people be doing twenty different movies. But now, they're all piling onto one. So like, yeah. Like, I'm gonna tell you the the it's not what it was. I got ya. It's different. You just get along now outside the set when you go on come. No, it's it's more like a. Yeah. Those days of like them. You know, flying Travolta in he flies his own DC ten in paying for the fuel. Yeah. I don't think that exists from what I've been told the movie set sail. Tell me how you just missed. It just missed. It was on believable. What you missed now. Now, you just come here and go to work. Oh, my now, you're doing a garden again. Right. Yes, sir. You sold it out. How many how many times I've done it? One other time you sold it at this time around. So I got to sell some more tickets, and that's coming up November seven November seventh day Wednesday, the wonderful night to go see comedy, don't they tell you though, that that was a pretty amazing thing to do sell the garden for one man show. Yeah. It was it was not lost on me. Sheeran without a guitar. No, Ed Sheeran. Ed Sheeran does football stadiums. I'm a friend of mine Paul version go he's actually opening for me at the garden that night with Bartnik. And he went took his wife down to Philly to go see him. He said billows ridiculous. He just comes out with an acoustic guitar sits down and just destroys a football stadium. And goes, what was annoying goes inbetween? He's telling stories and he's funny because I'm getting annoyed like this guy. Just stand up to this guys. That guy. Pony. That dude is is is like next level. He's got ridiculously talented guy. He's got all these foot pedals. Does there any sings backup for himself, and he plays backup guitar and lead guitar at the same time all these little tricks. He does. And then there's like twenty musicians standing outside of soup kitchen..
"vincent vega" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"You says that the arrogance Dizon his arm bar man that was pretty intense played by what's his name, Sean bean who has. I think the most movie deaths actor apparently he dies in nearly everything came thrones all pretty gory. I'm almost done. And some of these are just fun, but then memorable to me William H Macy in boogie nights. Have you seen bugging? I have that seemingly haunts me. His wife is a porn star. She's always just banging dudes around and he just cracks. It's on like New Year's Eve, and he just he walked into a room. And as she has banging some dude again, and he walks out the camera follows him. He walks wiscon- pulls out something. Is he walks back to the room, shoots both of them walks to the big main celebration area where everyone celebrating looks at them smiles and then just blows his head off. So gnarly remember that. And then Pulp Fiction, Marvin, and the car. You know, Vincent Vega played by John Travolta accidentally. Shoots him. She everyone, Oprah bumper, something, dude, you shut Mervyn in the. The brains. Quinta, knock Winton Tarantino seven hill Jackson's Perm. He's got brains hermit. It's so ridiculous off the rails, but really funny as well. Okay. And then my last movie death scene, which I think is a good one. Close us on this very memorable which is hands grew up in that I seen because the way it's done and the look on God bless him. Alan Rickman 's face as he's falling off neck, OMI plaza in slow motion. He's just like foaling down and the looking his face is so weird and twisted overland Bill. I love that. Long. Very memorable. Yeah. It's such a long runway to that deaths. They fight back and forth for foot, you know, an hour and a Han tie movie. Yeah, it's brilliant during what was that? Macabre Nuff. I think that was good. We had some actions, some drama thrillers good amount of horror, and you guys can still make a, you know, some horror movie lists from that you go will. That was how Lueneburg episode, memorable movie death scenes everyone stay safe. This Halloween celebrate, have lots of fun and we'll see you guys next time. Goodnight. Good. Thanks again for listening to another new episode of Tony, the movie guide the podcast, my weekly reminders don't forget to write in review us on itunes vol's and all of our social media, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, at Tony. The movie guy also check out our go fund me in our patriarch pages and check out our website, Tony, the movie guy dot com. All the links are below in the show notes. Have a wonderful week and has happy and safe Halloween. Bye-bye.
"vincent vega" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Nope. Field. What? Mr pinker? Mr. Mr. blonde was the one who Michael Madsen was a win after the car. I don't know why I've never seen that movie. I don't have an excuse. The worst scene in the movie right there, watch a little dance. And tell me I didn't just nail this ties him up. He puts a little stealers wheel other radio. Because he's trying to get him to tell him who in the crew is a rat. This guy gangsters. You have no idea. My friend tweeted this idea yesterday, tell think Tarantino themed Halloween party or no, she's in Milwaukee. But I thought it might be a good idea if you wanted to have one or do some live Tarantino themed Halloween party. Let's do you dress just as your favorite character. Please. No black face for Django. Don't want to get that out there right now, we don't need it. We don't need a Django unless you are black. If you are black. I don't know that you need bigger film. So. It is too late to pull it off legitimately. Oh, we just need the venue. Look, you're going to be on the cruise the everybody's they're all the important people out right there. Bring flyers. No. We'll have the details out on the cruise. Who? Would you go? I'd have to go Vincent Vega. I'm growing my hair right now. And I think my Halloween I could have like almost a Vincent Vega thing going on. What was the was the laugh when you loved eight fillet hateful eight the hangman. Yeah. Cool. Yeah. That's Tim Roth. Yeah. Like oh. He was good or Channing Tatum. Valdo seventy.
"vincent vega" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show
"Fact fact but i'm gonna be honest i have no idea i i love love the scene in the dahmer goo sean i wanna say fact but maybe through somewhere shitting there we'll say fiction it's fact okay this piece of trivia is fact you read a nick did you say there is there a price tag on their you said i just said priceless that's how it was yeah so everyone on set after he actually smashed it that's why she freaked out and jerks her head real fast and looks to the left she actually was looking at them like the movie people like oh that was the real one so but they kept it in there with think they would have been like like like i do here sometimes they run like you remind them like before they do something like the worst thing that could possibly happen you would think they'd been like hey let's remind here do not smash this one this is the real and the worst thing you can do onset is break character it sounds like she broke character more acting was the it was hiding actress studios that was that guy's name i don't know how james i can't lipton yes yes scrim true over like sexual harassment or something like that hollywood yeah yes sir tarintino originally wrote the role of vincent vega in the movie pulp fiction for michael madsen michael madsen dropped out two weeks before filming to take the role of virgil or p in kevin costner's wyatt tarantino decided last minute to cast john travolta who beat out michael keaton gary oldman and alec baldwin and i don't know who that other actors.
"vincent vega" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"Actors when they'll well i'm playing a new guy so the guy can't walk like me and they come up with like a walk who don't those droese to bring him up again he was talking about john travolta one time you saw him and john travolta was like vinnie bob arena walk like this vincent vega walk like this and it's like dude he does the walks and i was thinking of the little acting that i've done it's like every character i've done walks like me they would have to rewrite it he's he's a serial killer from boston and he's yeah he's a hawaiian guy from boston yeah albouy from boss i did one where they couldn't justify why was it from the mid west so they said he went to college in boston and he picked up the accent for some reason he came back here and he didn't go back to the exit that he used to he was raised by some astles from boston but in the middle which is a lot of reality tv there's always the loud boston guy so he likes watching interviews with mark wahlberg and the yeah but he he doesn't he doesn't have an an accent mark wong now i've always amazed at how forget that he's he can he can knock that out somehow yeah i've watched some like i started out with patrice o'neal and dan cook and i saw like an old dane cook stand up thing in the last couple of years i saw and in like the mid nineties he had a really big time boston actually now he doesn't like i don't know how i think you're either one of those people like you just sort of like if you get somewhere new you just sort of it just floats away or it's just stuck in you.
"vincent vega" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Radio you're saying a group i'm just the only thing i guess is stefan it is gloria estefan harshly rights but correct answer we're looking for is miami sound machine miami sound better all right we are moving on donna europe and ignoring go here it comes patch on her back movies now two thousand and five will ferrell start and what has become a comedy classic portraying a san diego broadcast in the movie anchorman who could forget no you're gonna ask me around our shower the skeleton a human torch could not get a bank loan human torch if you torch which denied a bank loan donna what was the name of that character i think burgundy ron burgundy all right that was a softball soft friggin a ball and i thank you for it all right then so donna now sits at one point congratulations donna thank you that means steve is up next hey louie's i'll see your movie with this movie all right here we go steve in this nineteen ninety four film let's go vincent vega and jules winfield are hit men with a penchant for philosophical discussions with one such as this what they call a quarter panel cheese the metrics for petty royale which galaxy or they call the big man big mac patch steve what is the name of this movie oh man this is an easy one in pulp fiction moving on let's go game on the millionaire thing there he created suspense forget you gotta be thinking so what what color all right so that were sitting at the donna one steve why so we are going back to donald circling back to donna so here we go we've got gotta headlines all right here we go in nineteen ninety seven this is my question right this is your i just fun okay just took your hands off the wheel brad pitt called off his engagement with a fellow movie star after a two and a half year relationship who was he engaged to he wasn't gauge too i didn't even know this paltrow told me that that was a fake headline oh really david like the it couple they were a big deal well making lots of headlines i've really serve this up on a platter for you haven't i sure did true gentleman that means steve you have the final question spin buddy spin so let's get away lifestyle will get lifestyle question shoot this brand of underwear primarily for children included a matching top and bottom for either boys or girls featuring characters from popular entertainment media especially superheroes and programs and name.
"vincent vega" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Oh fiction i'm going to say go ahead i'm gonna say fiction just because i i don't know that second part kind of shook me up a little bit i think it'd be worth part it's i think it's fact but it would be awful i think you made it up but reynolds down your way of james bond fascinating with the stash and all yep even with the stash before reese witherspoon took the role of elwood's in legally blonde christina applegate turned it down i'm gonna say true i think that's true i think it's fact also say true it is christina had been playing on married with children and she li bundy quote i got scared of kind of repeating myself what a stupid move that she got anchorman justin timberlake could have been the star of lala land but he wanted to much money as factor fiction i think that's true didn't see la la land so i'm say fiction totally random way to make your four profiling the dancing salsa it's fiction john travolta was offered the role of forrest gump and the role of vincent vega and pulp fiction at about the same time it was either one or the other he chose pulp fiction is at factor fiction i don't wanna live in a world where he might have chosen the other way so i will say fiction fact i'm gonna say fact i'm going back to it act tom hanks won best actor that year for forest comfortable to nominated for best supporting actor forrest gump actually beat pulp fiction for best picture that year.
"vincent vega" Discussed on Still Processing
"Yes i did some research while working on this piece and found that movies have changed so much over the last you know i don't know fifty sixty seventy years the psychologist james cutting who works out of cornell university looked at average shot time he looked a reaction time he looked at how sound is using movies and he found that basically filmmakers and directors and cinematographers and everyone who works at movies are costly competing with the way our attention spans have evolved so they're making movies bigger faster more reloaded more double charge like teaching whatever you know more explosions more action more everything more velocity more everything and that just makes me so anxious at ratchets up my blood pressure cans it still i don't know what's going to happen at our who's going to dieter who's gonna pence on the i it just freaks me out i feel like you know it's fine to actually know what's going to happen because a good movie can still holed up to that i'm not you know but firmly especially like in a film white commie by your name i couldn't really enjoy it until i knew this is a spoiler but to i knew that nobody died at the end like i was really worried that there is going to be a horrific murder and the end of that movie because they're usually ism gay narratives and so are the most of the most of the ones that make the big screen so i needed to know like how much can i relax in this movie in one side gould and found that with the deal was i enjoyed it a thousand times more and i still don't know what was going to happen i just needs to know that somebody wasn't going to die does that make sense yes that seems fair i mean what you are girding yourself against is is is a kind of trauma because we live steeped in trauma 247 twenty four seven right now the work spirited directly or thirdhand because of social media it's like were were always you know absorbing and consuming and trying to process information about the world falling apart as we know it essentially ecologically politically in all these different level now that's fair so i just can't imagine living in a world where i go to the movies to see pulp fiction and i know what happens to vincent vega when it happens demint's invader.
"vincent vega" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The falling asleep field operation agent ethan hunt play by tom cruise which the possible he springs back into action not needed any recovery time after having his heart restarted in the third mission impossible then the very famous seen quentin tarantino's pulp fiction where john travolta's character vincent vega has to revive meal wallis loop a my of play but with thurman she overdoses on heroin lose consciousness so what they did was they stuck epa for an order dribble an injection writing were heart we don't do that we don't let me will give nor can for an overdose and we may do i v every effort and if you can't do iv you may it into the muscle of leg if somebody has at of laxes but we do not stick a needle in puncture the pericardium puncture the heart we don't do that in oceans thirteen elliot gold gold he plays that flamboyant entrepreneur he's having a heart attack clutching his chest and the innovate debbie three i don't mind if a clutch of chas i don't want this to the others have an issue with that because some well but they say hollywood heart attacks may cost people not to understand the seriousness of the condition and then be slow to seek treatment because people think that they're going to live that it's not going to be life or death they have time they also think that it's mostly man or somebody that poison do we ever see a woman have a heart attack in the in the movies no we don't yet women are at higher risk of heart attacks to julie ward senior cardiac north at nurse at v h f told male online all types ships in general people can ever antics she adds the sooner people can get to the hospital the better their survival chances so we want to treat you i wanna treat you within seconds or minutes of you have an architect but they suggest at lino at the latest within an hour the sooner we could start to treat you the better so the tall guy flatliners the of this jurassic park um i think a jurassic park was was there a kid that wanted to cardiac arrest i don't remember that a jurassic park the godfather godfather made it appear that heart attacks only half of elderly overweight men yes it can happen to somebody.
"vincent vega" Discussed on This Won't Hurt A Bit
"Leo is taking that award home i'm calling it actually just sheltered them cloud across the capital after the academy awards so i'm calling it anyways no just say let's see how comfort you are right now i am calling you want it i am calling the shot all right let's do this fiction have clashed i remember that heroin of again being come on and there are a few more icon exceeds in modern simba than the arrests seen in pulp fiction i remember going to say that the movies an was just yesterday i was finishing my immense missing did you see late and i head here it wasn't yesterday was twenty one years ago but they were good times so let's do little set up an explanation and look at some of the interesting aspects of this famous overdose near death experience john travolta's character vincent vega whom a thermos character meawhile wallace are going out on the town he was actually asked to take round shorter good time by his boss marcellus wallace the big gangster the kind of guy you don't wanna miss which so he takes her out in you're having a good alltime they go to eat they have a little dance so turns out and john like themselves some drugs boomer in particular likes cocaine and at the beginning of the set up to the scene is doing quite a lot of it later is john goes off to the bathroom she finds a begi in his pocket he thinks it cocaine.