35 Burst results for "Waltz"
The World Economic Forum Hides in Plain Sight
"But what's interesting about the World Economic Forum is they hide in plain sight. You see, instead of trying to do it all secretly, the elites of the world said, well, what if we actually lead with our greatest vulnerabilities? You see, the World Economic Forum led by Klaus Schwab, a German engineer, they engage in their activity in forums and in panels and speeches instead of smoke filled rooms or private meetings. Those happen as well. But you see, they've decided to design a paradoxical communication strategy. Where the treachery is televised. Listen to Klaus Schwab and cut three, say the future here is built by us by a powerful community as you are here in this room. The stakeholders of larger communities as we collaborate. Now for those of you that are James Bond fans as I am, I love the James Bond series for a variety of different reasons until they've gone woke, which seems they are going woke. There is a, I think rather entertaining and well written James Bond film called Specter. The villain in that film is acted out by an individual by the name of Christoph Waltz, who is also German, and he dresses the same as Klaus Schwab the entire movie is about how the world elites all meet hiding in plain sight at opera houses and other public areas to design how they are going to take over the world. Play cut three. The future is not just happening. The future is built by us by a powerful community as you here in this room. We have some means to improve the states of the world, so that we act all a stakeholders of larger communities that we serve not our only self interests, but we serve the community and second that we collaborate. Straight out of central casting for the Bond
Former Green Beret Rep. Michael Waltz on the Ukraine Crisis
"Talk to us about the last 5 weeks because the Ukrainians, they stood up to the plate and their use of irregular tactics. With one anti tank missile on the back of every rifleman, talked us about the performance on both sides as well. One, the Ukrainians have been trained by green berets and that's what we specialize in around the world is embedding with militias, tribes, allied military, and making them better. I think you're seeing 8 years of that training payoff since 2014 when they were invaded the first time. And then secondly, thanks to president Trump who began sending in the lethal aid in the first place after Obama through literally through blankets and MREs at the process. Yes. That said, they should have had a lot more than they had. The other thing we had the commander of NATO and general milley admit during these hearings is Ukrainians would have been in a far better place if they had stingers before the invasion before. Not a week after the invasion. Right. And a sticking point that I pressed them on also is why aren't we training them? Why aren't we training battalions, companies, platoons, still. So we did that great training in the last 8 years, but we cut it off as soon as the invasion started. Why aren't we training them in Poland and Romania? In safe places on NATO terrace. That's right. Well, we can deploy with ease. That's right. Bring them over there and keep the training. So the NATO commander said, well, we're not doing that congressman as a matter of policy. So I went to the Secretary of Defense and said, why aren't we doing it? He said, oh yeah, we are, but we can't get any confirmation
Rep. Michael Waltz on This Week's Blistering Hearing on Capitol Hill
"Right, let's cut to the chase earlier this week. Congressman waltz, there was a blessing. I mean, just an embarrassing, truly embarrassing, a hearing on Capitol Hill. We had Matt Gaetz on the show yesterday. Talk to us about the state of the military, the state of the budget. And how a former four star general who's now the Secretary of Defense, I can't imagine I can't remember if this has ever happened before in the history of the Congress. Questions, the patriotism of one of your colleagues in Congress during a testimony? It's shocking. That's what Lloyd Austin did to Matt. Yeah. No, absolutely. I was there. And it's amazing to see some of these appointees. Lose sight of the fact that they're not elected. The American people are our bosses. And they don't put their names on the ballot. We do. And in the House of Representatives, we do it every other year, because that's how the founding fathers intended. We're the people's house. And so that was completely out of line. And the thing that Matt was questioning is you're so focused and I'll tell you about my follow one question in a minute. You're so focused on this woke ism and diversity and equity training and all of that social engineering garbage that you missed the capabilities of the Afghan army as it collapsed. You missed the capability of the Ukrainians when you predicted that Kyiv would fall in 72 hours. For those who misspoke, you said 36 days. What Millie, the chairman of the joint chiefs, the most senior military officer in the world. Said to president Biden, is that Kyiv is going to fall in 36 hours. And there was no apologies. There's no mayor culpa. He tried to actually argue that no, no, no, we got it right.
Who Is Rep. Michael Waltz, the First Green Beret in Congress?
"Things first, for those who aren't familiar with your story, still got a shock to me when I say this, the first green beret in Congress. How did that happen? Well, because they're different from seals. I didn't say that. Did I say that? Well, you know, there's no ego with Bragg. There's been 5 seals. I'm the first green beret. I just tell them it takes 5 of them to equal one of us. Nice. Talk to those millions of listeners across the country. Talk about your bona fides. What you did with the brotherhood talk a little bit about your military career. Well, I've served for 25 years. I'm actually still going in the National Guard as a colonel, but my career has been as a special operator served across Africa, multiple tours in Afghanistan. But importantly, a lot of folks don't realize both the seals and green berets have reserve units. So my day job, my civilian job was actually in The Pentagon under rumsfeld and Gates and then eventually in the Bush White House as a counter terrorism adviser to the vice president and so I had this fascinating Seb which you can appreciate having to be one of the only idiots in Washington that had to go actually do the strategy that I had written. Literally my first book warrior diplomat was there I was in The White House situation room, mister president. This is what we need to do to win the war on terror. Then I would get mobilized. There's a green beret and actually I have to go do it. Implement the thing that you recommend the amazing thing would be coming back from those tours going back into a coat and tie and into The White House and saying, hey boss, respectfully, The Pentagon's full of it. It's not going as well as you're being briefed. Here's what's going wrong and to try to get us in the direction of also built a company from scratch up to about 400 employees so I can read a balance sheet, unlike many of my colleagues on Capitol Hill, managing our federal budget. We created jobs from scratch, we did a lot of it in the national security space going after bad guy money all over the world for treasury and other threat finance, both for the commercial and private sector and walked away from that to run for Ron DeSantis's congressional seat when he ran for governor
Florida Rep. Michael Waltz Responds to the Past 5 Weeks of Geopolitics
"I considered him a patriot and a friend, congressman Mike waltz, Florida's 6th congressional district. Welcome in studio to one on one. There you go to be with you, sir. So much to discuss, you're now an established author will discuss that in a moment, but first we have to talk about geopolitics. We have to talk about what the man in The White House is doing. He said, I didn't say remove Putin, I didn't say to the 82nd airborne, you're gonna be in Ukraine. And I didn't say we should use chemical weapons against Putin. Well, we just showed the video. Give us your response to the last 5 weeks of geopolitics, please. Let me just talk to our commander in chief right there. And I struggle a little bit, sometimes with those words to come out of my mouth. But look, deterrence depends on two things. Credible military options, right? The Russians, the Chinese, the United States have to believe that the other side is capable of mutually assured destruction, but the key component there is the political will to use it. And when you have the commander in chief, the United States of America leader of the free world on the international stage, we've seen that in our history in a great way, Reagan tear down this wall and other great leaders in this country's history, but when you see on the international stage in a moment of crisis, the president flip flopping around, sending mixed signals, confusing our own troops. And importantly, I think handing Putin additional propaganda victories where he can go back to his people. I told you so. And actually using that to solidify his power
How Can We Fix the Defense Budget?
"Last night you were doing the Nixon seminar, I played part of that, but I was at a dinner of naval last night trying to talk about where the navy budget. I talked to your colleague Gallagher about this last hour. The defense budget is a mess. It's not keeping up with inflation and we don't have a prioritization. Is there any way to this is an absolute mess? What is house going to do? And what is appropriation is going to do to get the prioritization right, congressman? Well, I think you'll see something along the lines of what we did last Congress even though the Democrats are in charge. I'm proud of House Republicans and negotiating a $40 billion plus up. To the budget. So increasing the top line and giving every one of the combatant commanders, what was sitting on the run funded list, which basically their wish list that didn't make the budget into the budget.
Dod’s Budget Inflation Story Is More Complicated Than You Think
"Hey, I want to talk to you about the hearing yesterday. I played some congressman Walsh who's up next hour. I thought it was an interesting hearing. Got a little hot in the collar from general Austin defense secretary asked him, what did you learn from yesterday's hearing? Well, a few big things came out. The first is that chairman milley admitted that the 2% inflation assumption that they used in the budget was obviously incorrect, I believe, was the phrase he used or something like that. So it raises the question. If we know it's obviously incorrect, then why? Are they continuing to stand behind it? Why use it? And what this proves is a bigger point, which when you factor in inflation, the 780 ish, $773 billion number, is really a mirage.
Sacramento Suspect Released From Prison Before Shooting
"From Sacramento, back to the rundown. The suspect in the Sacramento mass shooting was out of prison, despite receiving a ten year term. That's right, it happened again. The board of parole urged Martin remaining custody, but he won his release, the subject of a plea by Sacramento county district attorney Anne Marie schubert's office, went unheeded, and the board of parole let him out. Way to go, California, 6 people are dead, four others in critical condition.
Vladimir Putin Is Running Out of Options
"Let's talk about this threat. This threat that's coming from a Medvedev, Dmitry Medvedev, who served as president, well, hand selected president we should say, hand selected by Vladimir Putin from 2008 to 2012, he says, and I quote, we might have to put you in your place, referring to the United States of America. You see, they're running out of options here. It's gotten so bad that Vladimir Putin is out now, trying to copycat Trump with his rallies. He just took to the streets and did this massive rally in the cameras were showing the thousands of people supporting him and he's talking about rah rah rah. And we have to save the people of Ukraine, save the people of Ukraine, when you think about all the lives they are destroying, and this madman wants to get out there and say we're saving the people of Ukraine. He is absolutely delusional. His intelligence surrounding this entire operation was disastrous to the point now where The Pentagon estimates 7000 soldiers Russian soldiers are now dead thanks to Ukrainian forces, 7000 soldiers, and then you have roughly four generals it's estimated that also have died. That's actually been confirmed for Russian generals have died. So this is not going well. This is not what he thought. He thought he could waltz in there and everybody would say ra ra, we're so glad that you're here. You're going to save us. The Ukrainian people. We want to be part of Russia. That's not at all what has happened.
Benjamin Netanyahu Will Be on 'Life, Liberty & Levin'
"Forget to check out life liberty and live in this Sunday at 8 o'clock eastern daylight time On Fox and mister producer did you know that that's a thing Like if you're giving the time now of something now that we're in daylight savings time you're not supposed to say eastern standard time This is and don't do EST do EDT Did you know that I had a big debate with somebody That is a thing So if you see anything out there that says you know Mark Levin 6 to 9 eastern standard time It's a lie It's wrong We are not in standard time right now It's in eastern daylight did you see those I just saved you from being fired mister producer You gotta fix that immediately Mark's very exotic Exactly about these things Easter daylight time So let's see what this Sunday 8 p.m. eastern daylight time Fox News life liberty and event His guests former prime minister of the great State of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu and representative Michael waltz of Florida and I'm sure that they'll be focusing on the international issues there going on I
Nancy Pelosi Would Rather Finance Putin Than Drill Federal Land
"Here is one of the dumbest Nancy Pelosi Now I just told you we have this international terrorist Vladimir Putin who's putting the world at risk right now trying to waltz the world hopefully we don't wind up there into World War three Doing his best to do it matter of fact threatening it just about every day now and we're still enriching him by buying oil overseas And yet we have pools of Petro resources on our own federal lands so you would think a sane person Again I said saying so that it doesn't include Nancy Pelosi You would say well probably be a good idea to start developing a petroleum resources here on these federal lands to a greater degree than we're doing now Not all Nance they're like on Nancy we could be involved in a nuclear war with this guy if we keep financing his military machine and his adventurism into countries that aren't his you know she's like nah nah not good enough Keep giving him money Yeah but we have the resources here We could produce high quality good American jobs here and power our own economy We don't need nope Nope Not good enough Nancy listen we're going to bankrupt people If we don't use these resources and it could result in us eventually getting sucked into a global international military question She's like yeah it's okay It's okay with me Here Jim pulled this during the break This is Pelosi's from today right Jim Pelosi asked about hey maybe it's a good idea to start producing energy now and stop paying off Vladimir Putin and she's like no no no I don't agree He'll check this out From the spall and other issues I'm not for drilling on public lands
The US Southern Border Matters a Lot More Than the Ukrainian Border
"The U.S. southern border matters a lot more than the Ukrainian border. In fact, I want every Republican leader that comes up on stage the next couple of days to call what's happening on the southern border and invasion because 2 million people waltzed into our country this last year. I'm more worried about how the cartels are deliberately trying to infiltrate our country than a dispute 5000 away cities we can't pronounce places that most Americans can't find on a map. Now I'm not defending the actions of dictators halfway across the world. What I'm saying though is when your own country has fallen apart, I don't want to hear lectures about why we need to send our troops halfway across the world when we are being invaded.
Florida Rep. Mike Waltz Deserves a Gold Metal in Fighting Corruption
Rep. Mike Waltz Shares His Concerns Over Ukraine and Biden
"What concerns you right now with what you're getting and what you're seeing out of the Biden? Yeah, so I just went out to Ukraine about a month ago and bipartisan congressional delegation and the frustration amongst the Ukrainians amongst our trainers. We actually have Florida National Guard and some special operations forces there doing some training, small numbers. And in the embassy itself, the frustration with a Biden administration, the indecision, the inaction, how slowly they were moving with the Ukrainians requests. And the whole tone and tenor coming from The White House was, we don't want to do anything to provoke Putin. We don't want to we want to instigate that Ukrainians were asking for stingers for surface air missiles for anti ship missiles. And I want to be clear to everybody listening, the Ukrainians are ready to do the fighting. Nobody's advocating for divisions of U.S. boots on the ground. The Ukrainians are ready to do the fighting, but they're asking for help against this monster Russian army coming over the horizon atom. And once again, you've got a concessions first, you know, America last kind of policy coming from, you know, don't shake the boat and if we're just nice enough to our adversaries, they'll be nice back. Well, you and I know that's exactly what provokes dictators. And when they smell that weakness, they smell opportunity. So it's no surprise that Putin is doing this now. He got away with it under the Obama administration. He thinks he can get away with it again. And why should Americans care? Well, Putin is marching towards recreating and reimagining the old Soviet Union to challenge the United States on the global stage side by side with China
Rep. Mike Waltz, the First Green Beret in Congress, Shares His Origin Story
"So give us a little bit of the history. I know you went to VMI, you came into the army, but where did you family start and bring us a little bit up to date? And then we'll share a little bit about how we got to know each other. Yeah, sure. Grew up in Jacksonville, went off to VMI, got the got the snot kicked out of me for four years, was now that way the most enjoyable college experience, but kind of like a marathon, your proud, you did it. I don't know if I'd do it again. And I went off to ranger school and into special forces, but interestingly, I had this kind of interesting experience that a lot of folks don't realize both the navy seals and army green berets have reserve units, which I migrated to is recalled after 9 11 into one of those. But it meant when I was done with that first tour, I had to have a day job and I found myself actually in the policy world under Secretary of Defense rumsfeld in The Pentagon as a civilian. And had this kind of really interesting back and forth of there I was in The Pentagon and eventually in the Bush White House as vice president Cheney's counter terrorism adviser, but in between, I would mobilize and deploy, so it was there I was in The White House situation room and then I'd have to be on the idiots in Washington that actually had to go do the strategy. I just helped write recommended, right? So it was my butt on the line, but then the really interesting part, which you can appreciate is taking the uniform back off coming back into the situation room and saying, hey boss, respectfully, the generals are full
Glenn Youngkin's Victory Was a Massive Win Against the Regime
"Now because of the lockdowns that society decided to enact as a response to the Chinese Fauci coronavirus, parents across the country for the first time decided to get engaged and get involved in school board, races and elections over the last year. This is part of the rise of the citizen. 2021 did not have many elections, but there was one in particular the start of the surface as a potential climax as a potential testing point of all these different political trends that we started to see in April and May and June of last year. Businessman Glenn youngkin was running for governor of Virginia. He was running up against Clinton operative and former governor of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe, and Glenn youngkin was down nearly double digits in the polls, 12 to 15 points, some polls had him down. It seemed as if Terry McAuliffe was going to have an easy waltz to the governorship. There was no questions asked and Republicans would lose yet again in the ever increasing blue state of Virginia. Of course, moms and dads rose up in record numbers. Loud and county was tighter than ever before. The strong conservative areas got behind and junkin was elected governor of Virginia. Now we celebrated that victory that night. We did a whole live stream that evening. It was a massive win against the regime. It was a win for parents, the parents party that has ever increasing and strengthening in numbers. It was a win for those of us that care for educational mobility and school choice, vouchers, and especially the fight against critical race
Rep. Michael Waltz: Dictators Love the Olympics
"Dictators love the Olympics We all know what Hitler did after 1936 but fewer people realized that the last time the Ukraine was invaded Putin invaded the Ukraine just a few months after the 2014 Olympics in Sochi because they love it because it is a propaganda platform and everybody attending the entire world is turning a blind eye to their abuses to the authoritarianism It emboldens them And I do fear for Taiwan in the wake of the Beijing Olympics which is which is coming in February but just one other point mark The IOC the International Olympic Committee says well we don't do politics And you hear so many people left and right both parties saying well what are about the athletes and what have you Let me ask you this If the United States government had a million Muslims in concentration camps do you think those athletes would be demanding to compete Heck no They would be out protesting So why is it different than if China is doing And the other piece is the IOC had no problem getting into politics throughout the 60 70s and 80s when they boycotted South Africa over apartheid not only did they not allow an Olympics in South Africa they banned the South African Olympic team from participating anywhere for 30 years but I guess it's okay when it comes to apartheid in South Africa but for them to get involved there But they're going to turn a blind eye when it comes to these gross atrocities that are happening all over the world including inside China So and I think the answer is as you and I well know it's all about the money
Rep. Michael Waltz: U.S. Corporations, Athletes Should Fully Boycott the Olympics in China
"Is right around the corner I think case in point is what I'm calling the genocide Olympics I was the first in the house to call for a full boycott not just a symbolic gesture Biden just throughout of the diplomatic boycott The Chinese Communist Party could care less whether of a few U.S. officials come and go But a full boycott the U.S. corporations that stand to make millions and yes even the athletes themselves and the International Olympic Committee should be ashamed of itself for ignoring this genocide and ignoring the human rights abuses that are going on And ignoring the cover up of COVID and to see the American flag in just a few months flying in Beijing despite all of that second to mean my stomach In ways reminds me of the 1936 Olympics This isn't in any respect Quite parallels with a Holocaust but I'm talking about the rise of this regime rise of the fact that the west is really feckless It's like they're like ostriches Their head is in the sand I mean one group the women's tennis associations at standing up Well where's the men's tennis association Where are those tough guys on the NBA and the NFL
"waltz" Discussed on Cinemavino
"So basically you're having a gravy salad. The plate is going to mix with just all three kinds of casseroles. Yeah. Somehow the salad at my house has mayonnaise in it. I don't know. I don't eat it, obviously, because it's fucking vegetables. But there's spice yeah. Yeah. Somehow there's Mayo and there's apples. And I heard both of those and I was like, no, thank you. What's in a Waldorf salad? Anybody know that? Is that like that's what it is? And oh, that's like a pink. Yeah, is that the ambrosia thing? Yeah. I'd go for that. Anyway, what are we drinking? Well, salad. And then we're doing the inmate Prosecco, little bubbly for after the meal. Or before with the nose. Yeah, you could do Moses? Makes excellent burps. Yeah. I feel Prosecco makes a really good mimosa in my opinion. But one of the best, that's an Italian bubbly. It's fun to say. Yeah. Yeah, the Prosecco would make an excellent after Thanksgiving dinner drink because that's when you need to burp. Yeah. And it works. That would be an excellent review for one spectator. It breaks off Taylor over here. That should have been recorded. Yes. Taylor had a burp that was absolutely. It was like a low E octave burp that drew it out for two whole notes. It was amazing. I dialed 9 one on my phone. And then I almost did almost hit the one because I was concerned about the birth. But it was good. And I would do it again. It was worth it. Yeah, you could have tuning fork and tune that to your boob. But a big tuner for it. Boom. See how the army Prosecco was the final thing we're doing? Yeah, it's a really good I think the classic like Thanksgiving pairing also. It's like you finish your meal. Something refreshing, a little bit of bubble to it. And it makes that sound. Prosecco tend to run on the brute or extra dry science that tend to be a little CRISPR and refreshing. So yeah, a Prosecco is an excellent choice. If you're looking for something for after the meal, no. And I don't know. I mean, obviously, Thanksgiving is an American thing. I don't know what people celebrate overseas, but, you know, has been Turkey and bubbly wherever you are. Do they have the Swiss army bird and other types? I don't know where they even have turkeys. And that might be an American thing too, you know? But, yeah, hopefully if you guys have access to the Swiss army bird, enjoy it. Yes. Get on it. Get it. Get you a Wang. Turkey wings are underappreciated. They're big. Yeah. I like, I like the way. Yeah, I know I agree. Yeah. And that's whether they have so much utility. I like the journals because they have all the penises and the Chinese. Are you saying what are you talking about? Are you saying you also you just eat a bag of jills that come out of the Turkey? Is that what you're doing? Someone needs to forward Travis with a gymnast. Why haven't we watched the scary movie with Chris Elliott where he stuffs the Turkey?.
"waltz" Discussed on Cinemavino
"So there's no crowd. Yeah. Same thing with was that why they never showed the crowd? With that song. Okay. Yeah, there's no you can kind of see in the background, there's nobody there except like stage people. Other than that, there's only two other songs where they weren't playing. There was the one weird last waltz song. And then one other one, right? Evangeline, with Emmylou Harris. Yeah, which was a good version. And everybody in the band is playing a different instrument than what they normally play during that day. So I'll leave on with mandolin mandolin. All right. Yeah, and then Rick bank or the basis of plan the violent or the fiddle. And then Richard Manuel is playing the drums because he only plays the piano. And I forget what Garth Hudson. I think Garth hasn't playing the lap steel guitar. And then Robert Robson was playing like acoustic fat guitar, which he normally electric lead, so. Cool. Everybody's playing something different. On the thing about Robbie Robertson, I'm like him, speaking like, and then going back like him and Scorsese kind of conspiring to go back and reshoot the interview. I kind of see that it's interesting because we're going to watch the get back and documentary with The Beatles. And I kind of, that was supposedly The Beatles knew that their time was kind of running out as a group. And so they wanted to film and had that documentaries a chance to kind of shape how they went out. They wanted to have a concert and yada yada and they wanted to be able to kind of very carefully frame how they went out of together. Control the narrative. Yeah. And that's kind of how I see Robbie Robson where it's like he's very meticulous about and Scorsese too. Like, what he's saying? It's like, oh, that didn't come out right. Let's do it again. And then I think scorse made that stylistic choice of let's lead that. I want to show you trying to shape yourself as an artist. You know, shape your legacy. You know, because it's like there's that kind of insecurity like, no, I didn't mean to say, let's do it again. Do that again. Yeah. It comes off as him controlling it though. Oh yeah, a 100%. I would be in this listen, I'm editing this. I am the director. Yeah. I say cut. But you don't really see the other musicians doing that at all. You don't see Leon. You know, he's going to smoke a cigarette, and he's just, I think he's the best storyteller in the group. Yeah. You know, he's got that drawl. He's someone who's just like drunk by a campfire just telling stories..
"waltz" Discussed on Cinemavino
"Yes. That was public domain sound effect. I'm very thrilled to see that a lot of Christmas carols and public domain so I can start busting those out for you. Very exciting time. So you didn't go out of your you didn't get slay bells yourself, and no. That was a perched off of or not purchased by taking off a public domain website. So. Nice. Happy Thanksgiving house. Exactly. So yeah, we're doing a special Thanksgiving episode here for the holiday. We're going to do a Thanksgiving movie. A lot of people may not realize this is a Thanksgiving movie, but the last waltz documentary by Martin scorse. About or by Marcos. And so yeah, it's Thanksgiving Day in 1976. Legendary band last waltz. Legendary band. The band. Yeah. Played their final concert at the winterland ballroom, San Francisco on that day. Even though they later got back together in a different form, they never that group never got met together. Original music. Did they reform as a band? Yeah, basically. They just changed her indefinite article at the beginning of it. They actually the main guy Robbie Robertson never played with them again. And then so they hired other guitar players at other songwriters and they brought them in. Was that the guy that you thought was the main character the whole time? Yeah. He was like, that was like death. But it was like compelling and had a good speaking board. Most charismatic in the group. Yeah. He and that was a big complaint and a source of bitterness later was they felt that Scorsese and Robbie Robertson, the main he was the lead songwriter and lead guitarist. They felt that they edited the documentary to favor him. Oh yeah. And they totally do. Oh, yeah. Yeah, but at the same time, like half of the people in the band when they talk, you're just like, oh, this person is spaced. Yes. Wolfman damn. What's his name? Garth Hudson. Yeah. Yeah, the piano man. Oh, that's a Richard Manuel. Yeah. Yeah, the piano dude was on drugs. I mean, I think the whole entire time. Richard Manuel is the wolf guy you're thinking about. Hudson is the organist. So they have a piano player in an organist. Okay. Yeah. And they're both not okay. Bizarre looking. Yes. It was the 70s. Yeah. I know, right? So everything was just normal. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, that's how most rock man looked. Very homely. But yeah, that was a source of bitterness for them after the band broke up was they felt that it favored him. Robbie Robertson Scorsese became a really good friends after that. And Robbie Robson provided the music to a ton of Scorsese movies after that in the 80s and 90s. Kind of served as a musical director for a lot of Scorsese movies. So they became buddies and I think it made the other guys the man feel a short change in this documentary. So yeah, so basically that started out originally, Robbie Robertson wanted to disband the group. And end it. And so he goes to a guy named Bill Graham, who was this big rock manager who interesting the interestingly enough would later die in the same helicopter crash. It killed Steven Raymond. They were both at the same chopper. Shit. Yeah, in 1990. So they asked Bill grant organized this gig at the winterland ballroom, which is where they played their first gig as the band..
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"waltz" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
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We talked about. I wanted to go away. What literally like within the first ten seconds of this movie starting. i don't know maybe as solid minute in. There's the opening sequence where they do. The ballet is really cool but it pans out is clearly a video that is streaming. However if you look at the streaming. Barb which they've decided to show at the bottom the time is stuck at two seconds and yet the video is still streaming across. I just wanted to point out like just do better going to do that. It just drives me crazy. The snowball fight is the most random snowball fight. We have ever ever ever ever had in a hallmark movie. They had to dances the second lesson. And he's just talking to her. It's like hey we're gonna we're gonna practice. Also she's picking up a snowball like oh we've reached level in our relationship. It's weird it's it's just a weird it. It doesn't work for the movie. it's just really strange. And then finally they go to a coffee shop. And i can't make heads or tails of this coffee shop. It seems like just somebody's desk with a couple of baskets of cookie and peppermint la tape boards on the board. And i just want to know what's going on with an you order anything else. 'cause they come out and they ordered the one thing on the board. I think she ordered peppermint law. And they're like this coffee shop doesn't look real and so they put a chalkboard up pepper afterward. Personally i just don't understand there's just two baskets of cookies unwrapped cookies cookies like you know like what is this like a coffee shop situation kind. Does that yeah. I have a few if you don't mind will camps character. What's his name phone or roman roman room jar of roman space for within the first minute of talking to avery. Sess fluid motions. I noticed when you walked into the room move. I don't know if you can say that you only if you're will camp i say yes that's that will be the last thing you ever say to that person. If you just say that that is never met bold thing to say within the first minute of me you have. Naturally fluid motions she She says that she doesn't give up on anything. This is my favorite line and then proceeds to say but this is an elective activity. So get up on anything unless it's something. I chose to allah pony anything. I'm not a quitter. But this is bowling. Yes so i'm gonna about unless it's an elective activity so you give up on a lot of stuff. Yeah does not required of you give up unless authorities told me to do it. There's a christmas tree that her friend brings to her door and she's like how'd you get up here and she's like the doorman brought it up and i just wanted to say dormant like you're already you're already like heat is left with bringing in. I just feel like you've already done. Most of the word doorman bring in these poor. Women are trying to weasel their way into the door. Come on doorman your lists literally your door man job. Yeah it's literally your door literally your job literally your doorman job. that's it. no. That's not what i said. That didn't make any sense. And my last one is he goes to show. Maybe somebody knows the answer to this. And i just missed him she he goes to show her this place that he stinks and for Where he's going to open his own place yes to teach yes and there are just jain norm pre. It's a creepy christmas cafeteria christmas things. There's a giant mouse. Yes turning a said there's giant candidates where they come from what it. What is this place. Is it like the island of missing naive christmas. Yes it was crazy. I don't know why they were being stored there that mouse moving his head back and forth while all his or bear bear. He said mouse. I just went with mouse to keep the mayor mayor. It's about whatever the case may be all the lights are off in that place and that mouse bear is just doing this. It's etched in my brain forever. I don't understand what what what was that place. Yeah that's a weird dan. Yeah the whole thing where she comes into the dance studio to book dance lessons and talks to the kid like and then we'll comes down the stairs and he for what i understand. He basically lies to her and winks at the kid but he does it all. He says to help the kid make a sale. Is that how. I understood that. I mean that's what he said right. I i just don't understand like i don't get the bid. why not. just say hi. I'm super attractive. And i'm the dance like it seemed like a lot of work for this kid to make a sale win and lying. That took place when all you do like hi on the dance instructor you'll learn dance here like it's clear. She's a motivated buyer. I just didn't understand but to be fair. We'll camp is very hasty on using the wink. Wink and the gun Because he's in the doctor and he gets a mild concussion. I think from the snowball fight killing we back up through the whole thing. We talk about so he. The seconds dance lesson is not over when they go outside for what i understand. They're going to an ice skating rink right. Dance during the one hour dance session right. So somehow there's enough time they've been in a dance studio to go downstairs. Walk through the ice rink. Do some stuff there and then for him to get back for his next lesson. There's a wait..
"waltz" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"Friendly. Tv dot com's trial on the radio. That is dawson. Mcallister live jerkin to make a steamy central sultry movie. Like make it better. I don't know what to tell you like it. This movie contains very little in the way of plot like they throw things in just to make you think there's a plot but he's just moving on one central dance summer to the other which to be fair that maybe what some people wanted a movie. This movie struck me more as a winter fest movie than actual christmas me. I guess it was christmas. But that's not. It's you go. Read the christmas straight out and you wouldn't have known i forget most of the titles all these movies but this is one of those movies where so little is happening and yet it's taking so long for that to happen like you look. You're like oh there's still an hour ten left in this movie. I feel like always done his dance. It it's not bull. No not good. I would put it in fact. This roy's a lot of christmas in rome. Christmas in rome. Rome is beautiful. What we get to see it but not much happens in like it feels like it lasts forever. I this is right up there. That i don't know they're both bad sure. Hey do you guys want to talk about feels. Yeah show talking about any feels that we have eighty feels for you not a lot of christmas fields man. I don't think that there's a lot of really earned moments that generate feels. I guess i. I mean the only ones like whenever they're dancing and doing the dance practices like there's some heat there. I mean there's just. I don't know any other way of describing. It's it's attractive people dancing and they dance well like i mean it's it's fun to watch someone to leave a review of this podcast apple podcast if you haven't already and just stay steam altering me sultry centrally essential you. Might you might say people are going to be reading. I don't wanna listen three attractive guys. Doing a podcast. What's not to like. Oh yeah i you know what i'm going to go and do you know there's some kids that dance and there's a dance number with kids at the big waltz and it's a good dance the kids knocking out of the do flips and stuff and so good on them I can appreciate a good dance when i see it. Like if i'm watching like america's got talent or something and a good dance crew comes out on mike good on them. So that's how. I felt watching these kids. I was like kids. They did great by but no no real I will say like. I appreciate the attempt of the dancing down the street scene That was fun. Yeah so there's mine. I don't really have any feels per se that for this movie but i got singing in the rain feels Know the best for my money and anyone with half a brain money. The best musical of all time singing in the rain. They tried to do something similar. It's kinda snowing outside. He gets an umbrella. He wraps his arm around a telephone pole or a light pole light post whatever and i was like me and seeing the rains a good movie. This is not one Like i guess. That's that's what i got for. You you. They do steel number in the process. There's another beret. We this is the year of the beret. Lacy doesn't want to be left. Out of that cameron beret. Beret will wear berets she. We're not does combatants. We've watched that movie. came out. Three days ago in our episode was yesterday on. This is a real good. I'm going ten dollars ten as well all all all in all the time on all the time. Hey guys you wanna take one more break. We'll come back with what. Let's do that here on the hallmark guys by now. You're just you're used to it. You hear the lauren bagel musing maiden and you're like yes. Let's go christmas time now. Maybe you are like many people who have waited until after thanksgiving to listen to christmas music and so the first couple times you heard us talking about lauren dealer like okay. I'll do that after after thanksgiving well. Everybody it's after thanksgiving. And it's time to go add. Lauren dangles behold album. On your christmas playlist because it does not get much better than white..
"waltz" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"But it's not. David gives her another engagement ring. She's not having it. She says it's over david but she tries to call roman and he's not picking up no answer so it's the night of the because walks and his partner is stuck in traffic. Luckily avery's there and luckily avery's done the dance once a couple of weeks ago so she gets a tax goes backstage and she's like before we dance. You need to know. I am not with dave so they do the dance she crushes it and her parents are like what the end dance with. Kiss and that my friends was the christmas walls we did. We did do it guys. That were always perfect on that but that was the perfect ending right there. That's a synopsis waltz. Its way into my heart breath but you just the way that we close that nails it every time. What were you doing there. Just he got giddy dan. You wouldn't understand for soul savor an awesome. What nothing i am. I am orange oscar. I it's time to take a quick break here. 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Let's establish this upfront. This is the most steamy sultry hallmark movie. Which is not saying a lot that i've ever seen Doesn't mean it's a good movie does mean the dancing is i liked it. I liked it. St soul tree. It's it's a. It's a combo you saying. Steamy sultry makes me want to quit this. I did like it. I said it and then you say like ronnie row or is that to pg thirteen for this steamy and sultry. Oh yeah it's getting done. I guys listen. This is the most laidback. I think i've seen lacey chabert in one of these movies I thought we'll come. Did a solid job. I liked his character. I don't have a real problems with the movie overall. That was a little boring a little slow and so it's not probably going to be in my top ten. This is not the worst That we've seen of lacey chabert not her best but hey listen like overall really you know it's a. It's a solid movie like said homework bring in a little bit of heat on this one soldier. It's a blend hashtag. Steamy sultry stole trie. Yeah so here's the thing guys. If i ever get the opportunity to meet will kim. I will be flustered. He's he's wonderful. We'll kimber chris russell. Gosh i can't even. I can't even think one well chris. I've met him. Okay yeah really fun guy. I'm sure we'll is great but the accent give me will give me one. Yeah it's fine. It's a find movie. i'm not a big dance guy. I don't watch dancing with the stars. I never have seen a ballroom dance competition. Nor do i want to and i don't really have any desire to learn how to dance and saying all of that. I like the two together. Steamy sultry for show. Or david is the. I think the worst villain ever in a homer me. He just detestable fun. But yeah overall dance movie and it was going to do a lot to win the over because i cared that little about dance but yeah i like these two leaves together. I'm happy that we're seen them again and Maybe we'll see it again. It's lacy just likes to work with the same people that seems like with brennan with a will. So let's do it again. I together but you know dancing. I hope that dance does not become the new cooking for homework. You know go homework a ton of cooking movies. I don't want a bunch of dancing movies. Please don't do that. This one was being the novelty of a dance movie. It was fine but it's not necessarily my thing but Boy well yeah yeah yeah. I'm not a dancer. But i have watched over two hundred and fifty of these movies so i can tell you one hundred percent. This movie is terrible. It's awful it slow. It does not contain a great deal of quality performances from the actors It is sensual. there's no about it like there is more of a like thing going on here. That norman hallmark but aside from that steamy. And now you've got the whisper going. I like it. it's bad guys. I'm here to tell you it's a hard skip if you're on the fence. Let me help just shove. You run off that fence into. Don't watch under any circumstance. I do think we'll campus charming. He's having a lot of fun here. I think lacey chabrier is as good as she's ever going to be in these movies. I guess i like she just seems kind of the same to me in all of these movies adriana Yeah there's not a whole lot going on she. Basically is engaged and then within twenty four days. She's madly in love with someone else. Which is a huge problem It's bad it's it's it's it's one of the worst of the year definitely a dumpster fire. It definitely is a movie. I would never ever recommend you seen any circumstances unless you just love the wall by steamy sultry. yes four hallmark. It is steamy soldiers. It is sensual. There's no way around that. There are lines in this movie and and looks in this movie that you don't see in these movies that often we'll give you a couple of them his other one. Yeah good.
"waltz" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"Theme song was going to work the lots of confidence guys. How are we doing so so good man. New energy new energy tuesday is a good day. Tuesday is a good day. Everybody tuesday is a good day. It's a good time every time. Just do it Guys what's on your mind. What's on your heart waltz. Mostly yeah lot of watson. Can i say this. Angel as i want to tell you where we a wings song. By ruben stuttered beautiful. You know that one but not sorry for two thousand four foot possible to make any sense out of order. I looked up songs. My ruben stuttered after we had the discussion today august later. This week doesn't happen yet. Sorry for two thousand four whatever and that was another one of his songs called fly without wings and then i dropped. Realize you're gonna call me on it if you listen to it out of order it will make sense i promise you. Hey guys We are at the part of the season with you're watching a. Lacey chabert movie premieres her and wa watching that you see a trailer for another new lacey. Chabert movie that's coming out this week and that's where we are in. Yeah yeah you thought twenty twenty. It was a bad year plot twists. It's not now no no guys. Let's let's all take time enlist three things. That twenty twenty did right. One lacey chabert twice. I disagree number. Two carousel movies. Plural twice are we just. It's just hallmark thing number three. You know i've got it. Dan apparently a grinch check the homework. Friendship you're welcome to do that right. Twenty twenty do that reward awful before this year but now we weren't friends. We will work guys at the beginning. I don't we don't need we don't need to get into the nitty gritty here. But at the is jamie where we went to that. Retreats trustfall is false right. But i believe it. We lay ornithologist directly down ten feet. We thought he was going to have to have spinal fusion surgery. And he didn't we apologize and we're all on good and that made that made it up like after you guys serious laughing when he crawled back up for the second time to try it again. That's what i knew. We held back tears and we. Can't we call him and cottam. Thanks guys we more. We braced your fault. That time we can only hold so much how not not that. I'm talking about trump's. I heard from ten store and say ten stories you do for a hundred said ten feet wide you fall from ten stories. I don't know i it was the retry thought we were supposed to be friendly. This your jamie jamie at the retreats intercessory in hike up those stories. It was a lot of stories that i said this unusually high did. And then jamie said that's why they call it trustful and you're like okay bill. I will say hey guys trace a letter in the mail. Ooh twelve lawrence road. Sweet see greenville south carolina two nine six zero seven. That sounds like an app can deck the homeowner knew all. This didn't say the home attack. The homa i sent you. I had some leftovers from thanksgiving. And i made them into special cookies. One a macaroni and cheese cooking to a macaroni cheese and turkey cookie and lastly sleep potato pie comply sweet potato ka par. There's there's much okay. And this isn't from tracy tracy. This is the letter someone wrote. I did write this letter. Eleven lawrence routes meet. Say we'll try those traits. Trust me better than trying to those cookies. Universal yeah oh university dot com slash deck. You're going to get snacks from all over the world. They're going to be good even great in some cases brand just left. He's grabbing the box. We've been working on all week. Good gosh you get a box. You can get this size and you get. It's just loaded with watching on friendly. You see it now most of this half eaten or empty and just rappers at this point because we've been eating on it but it's a great. It's amazing box and a great prop nonetheless university of decks not the holiday box start at fifteen dollars and goes up from there but if you go and you can get to know his office. Inscription with our. Did you say deck the holiday box. I did not say technology. I think he said there's a tape. You wanna take it there. Yeah we'll take the holiday box mellon me you will. You will do better next year. Restrict your trust falling this year. I am from what i said. She guaranteed it would make me a better person. They've invested in some different lassos this year. Last astronaut gurneys girgis investing gurneys What are you looking frigging things that make enough on the ground layers. Goitres seniors tigers goiter. Yup yeah. Chris was waltz originally aired november. Twenty eight twenty twenty twenty. I something like this. Every head are planning their wedding. They're both big business people. she's a lawyer. he does business and they can't seem to stop taking phone calls she's also she also can't stop thinking about ballroom dancing and she booked some classes so that they can learn how to dance before their wedding but when she tells david about it at dinner he's like well. Here's the thing. I took a job in boston so maybe we shouldn't get married so she goes to cancel the ballroom. Dancing lessons an instead. Dance with a guy named roman. Because he's hot. She starts crying though randomly and walks out but she comes back and she's still bad so he's like. Hey let's go ice skating because then you'll learn how to trust me. But on the way they get into a snowball fight and she accidentally punches him in the face and he falls down hits his head goes to the doctor and the doctor is like you should be good to go but just make sure your wife keeps an eye on. She had to say that she was his wife to get back into the room so the next day she comes over his house really early knocking. Knock you roman roman and is like. I'm gonna make you breakfast. I wanna make sure you can walk. Wanna make sure everything's good. Then they go and dance and the waltz turns into slow dance. And i'm here for their starting to dig each other the next day he calls. Hey you wanna be my parents They wanna meet you because he saved my life and she agrees to go on over for low. Christmas party she goes. She loves the crazy family. They dance on. The streets may keep taking those dancing classes and they keep talking to each other and mma keep digging each other and she's getting really good and she rehearses the big christmas wall with she then helps him come up with a business plan to help open his own dance studio and she shows up for work and david has there and he's like hey. I'm gonna commute to boston each day. So.
"waltz" Discussed on Breaking The 4th Wall
"He's time it was the language the terrified me the words they chose to use to talk about my cancer. We're both upsetting and confusing all issue. Another trigger wanna here just in case anyone missed the first one because it's it's it's again. It's it's going to get pretty heavy in july of twenty seventeen just a week after my twenty seven. Th birthday actually. I went into urgent care. At kaiser permanente in los angeles. I was sitting at work. And i had confided in my boss that i found a lump and was concerned but i didn't want to miss work and was having trouble getting appointment. She pulled me aside and said you absolutely have to go now. So i went. Initially the doctors have examined me were hopeful. They said it's likely assist. Not of tumor. But you know just in case which do not sound. As i waited for the ultrasound results i was consumed threat. And just general worry. I tend to be fairly optimistic when it comes to medical things. But i just knew something was wrong. The doctor pulled me aside and said i don't want to alarm you but it could be cancer. The ultrasound shows a hard mass. So it's not assist in that moment. I chose optimism over dread. And i said okay. So we don't know but he said yes but you need to go see a urologist immediately. I'm right outside to the room where he told me. This was the desk where the appointments and initially they wanted scheduled for like a week or two out. And i was like i gotta go sooner and they checked again and he said oh. One of the doctors across the street just hasn't had an opening go now so i. I heard across the street in as i did. I was overcome with emotions and more questions than answers. I was thinking to myself that this started out just as a normal day and that it was quickly becoming a very stressful day at a turning point in my life that neither asked for nor wanted in fact. I hadn't even told my girlfriend. I was hoping to get the news that i wasn't cancer and be like. Hey so this is a funny story. The only person who knew besides my boss was my andrew because we work together at the time and he had seen me leave early..
"waltz" Discussed on Breaking The 4th Wall
"The you've only ever heard about you. Go through life thinking you're invincible. I was raised vegetarian. So i thought i was just immune diseases and then i was bulletproof but suddenly. I'm sitting there in a doctor's office in one minute. I'm waiting to hear the results of my ultrasound. And the next minute they're booking me for surgery and asking questions like do you want us to put in a prosthetic and saying things like you probably go free some of your sperm and you have a week to answer these questions and so having had this experience and going through it again in two thousand nineteen. When i picked up the baltimore walls of the second time. I was able to relate to it on a much deeper level that i hadn't previously been able to get to and i say this not to get sympathy or try to make you feel any sort of way or sad but i just want to say how much i relate to this play. The other thing about is that with the current covid nineteen pandemic. It feels just as topical today as it probably did back. Then the baltimore waltz centers around the aids epidemic. It was written by paula. Vogel as a way of coping with the loss of her brother who passed away from hiv in the late eighties. It's crazy to me. Just how many parallels there are with the aids epidemic in the covid nineteen pandemic. of course it's transmitted in a very different way and certainly covid nineteen has had a global impact And no businesses shut down because of aids but but but the panic feels very much. The same and i was reading it this time around it. It felt very fresh at the start of the pandemic in march. There was a lot of information out there. Some of it contradictory and it was changing all the time. That's what they go through in the baltimore waltz at the beginning of the aids epidemic. They didn't know what it was. They call it things. Like grid gay related immune disease Which paula vogel alludes to by referring to disease in the play as a td acquired toilet disease because they believe it can be transmitted from the seat of a toilet. But i'm getting ahead of myself..
"waltz" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips
"Today. Andrea waltz of gopher, no fame as back to share another tip here. She is. Hey, I'm Andrea waltz co author of the book gopher now and my sales tip for you. Today is to never make decisions for other people about what they aren't going to decide to do to spend or anything else for that matter sales people in general, love to think that they are psychic, and we have the ability to figure out what people are going to decide what they're going to do what they're going to spend and in doing so in part, this is a protective mechanism in order to not be rejected or to get a no. So, in other words, we rule out the people that we think are just going to say no for one reason or another. When you do that, you actually limit your opportunities rather than. Increase them. So never make decisions for someone else. Don't give your self the no if you're going to get a no let your customer or prospect, give you that no always go out and maximize that opportunity by asking rather than making that assumption and not
"waltz" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Welcome back America to Hewitt joined now by the one and only sunny bunch, the Washington free beacon follow him on Twitter at sunny bunch sunny. It is great to have you. Should I go see alita the battle angel? Well, I it's depends on how much you like this sort of big budgets. Spectacle. Maybe I liked it quite a bit. But it's it's a very strange movie, Hugh, let me tell you. It's it's an adaptation of a manga book, the Japanese comic that Robert Rodriguez who people will remember as a director of sin city and the spy kids, movies and. The L Mariotti. He's he's been around for a long time. He's got he he's done a lot of different stuff. But this is this is it certainly his biggest film. It's the biggest budgeted biggest film, and it is produced by James Cameron who brought it Titanic and avatar in an engine. I mentioned James Cameron not only because he's in all the advertising materials, but because it's still very much like a James Cameron film. So alita battle angel is set a few hundred years into earth's future. There's been a big war with an alien race. And there was a apocalyptic events. So the only remaining human city is a place called iron city. It's below a giant massive floating city called zone. Now, all of this is all of this is not very important. What you need to understand is that Christoph waltz finds a sideboard body in a up and put it back together. And it becomes a legal battle angel. Now, she is she doesn't remember her path. She's trying to put it together. She's trying to become more human as as happens in all of these movies. And it is very much a James salmon movie because it is a first and foremost a love story. This is this is kind of a running theme in his work from Titanic avatar, even to the Terminator movie Terminator movies. Well, the first Terminator movie is very much of story, Hugh, it is it is a story about a man who travels through time to find the love of his life and a father to savior of the human rights. You know? Studies gone soft on us. What I thought James Cameron is soft. Goodness. Herman eater is a love story is a row rom com. Terminator is one hundred percents of the greatest romantic film that has ever been made. Strongly believe wait. Have you ever written that up? I should I'm writing on Twitter for you right now carry on Terminator is one hundred percent, the greatest romantic film, that's ever been made about it. Now. Divert from a leader for one second. Terminator is about a guy a soldier who travels through time risks life, and man to meet the woman that he loves. In order to have a child with her. What will save the race of humanity that he loves I think it is. It is it is truly a love story for for our side. Anyway, alita alita alita Alina is trying to find her humanity and do this. They the film shows that she was by having her fall in love with the street ladder Byron city, but you know, it's kind of tough to recover your love. I've seen the trailer. When all that's left of you is your head. Head and heart head and heart. You know, she's got the hartsville. So it's important at an important part of the love the love it. So this is my one problem with the film is that it is focused on this love story. And that's the least interesting part of all of it. It is a fascinating visual work. I mean, it's really a pretty impressive piece of visual action film making that Robert Rodriguez put together, and again every said he worked at James Cameron who's fascinated with who's obsessed with it. And so this film has been released and shot in three d now how old is James Cameron James Cameron is I mean, I could look it up here in a second. I'm guessing he's in his sixties. Now, I I've been making big budget flicks for a long time now, right? Well, yeah. I mean, Terminator what eighty three? Yes. Only sixty four. All right. That old pill. He has many more left. So he can do more things. So, but he's passe with any knows how to do it. And he knows how to do it. But what I I wouldn't necessarily recommend seeing it in three d but one of the benefits for. To films that are made by people who are thinking about Bill making 0 is that the action sequences tend to be better shop, they tend to be better frame that they tend to be not they don't rely on the shaky Cam hand-held aesthetic because that doesn't really work with really you have to you have to have slow camera movements. You have to have a very considered thoughtful use of how the camera moves works. And as such the seams tend to be done better. Never Robert Rodriguez doesn't need any hand holding on this year, the very solid action. Filmmaker he's been doing this for a long time to so I I wouldn't put fall on cameras, but that the action spectacle here is well worth the price of a ticket. Well, okay, that's a recommendation there. It's going to be a failure to warn reckoning. If I go and find this to be a business, but tell me now, do I need to see it in three d. That your recommendation on top of your recommendation, would I thought I wouldn't say you have to see them three that was that was very Bill.
"waltz" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"It's the job of the actor to meet them on there. Waits job of the octa to do inspire. The director to have more ideas. You know, it it needs to be a vicious circle. And then it's fun. And I I adore Terry. Also for different reasons apparently. Infectious personality, probably a lot like railroad easies, really, the the the architect. Oil are. You know, mushrooming imagination manifest that? How do you take to address giving you align reading? Not too. Well. Yeah. Not too. Well, because if they know so exactly how to to read that line. Then maybe they should play the pot because if it's really look. If we discuss the process that results in the line rain a line reading fine. And if it if they has no time, you know, and it's a short Kat, and you know, the suggestion flies out, and I don't care, but I've worked with with or rehearsed with directors. Relation for insisted on specific line readings. And that's where it state. I I've talked a bunch of times with one of your Samuel Jackson out about that topic. And he's an agreement with you know, and he also is very adamant I asked him a question that comes up a lot like acting for the feeder acting for film. He left us head off at that idea is kindred spirit. He is because then what would be the difference explained that? I guess my question is I deferred the experts, of course. But is. Does it help to know where the cameras how close it is anything at all? Well, yes, possibly does. But after you've done it twice or three times, you know, where the cameras right? And you know, if you grew up in in a in world and time like Sam, and I did that's one of the first things you learn, and it turns into a sixth sense, right? Or you know, you know, where the cameras without looking where the camera is. Right. And that's how it should be. You know, that's why I'm so against these schools and methods and you need to do this. And you need to do that. No. You need to you know, wrap your mind around it and get on with strip it all away anything. I mean, I guess. I'm curious. Like, you mentioned you lose to like maybe a collaboration that didn't work out on a rehearsal. What do you do when you know, you're not on the same wavelength as director and you're on day to day three of a sixty day shoot. How do you get through it? How do you? What's your job as an actor? Well, that's why it's a profession. Yeah. That's where that's where. That's where you then need some form of techniques. Some toolbox. You know, and that that chisel is too wide and screwdriver is the wrong tool, and I need plane here, you know, played it down. Which is a good thing. Has anything surprised? Okay. So you have this long career that is prosperous to degree in those thirty years prior this amazing shift happens with glorious you win the Oscar well-deserved you another Oscar. Working with the best toolmakers in the planet. Did anything in the last decade, and it has been a decade? Now did it surprise you of like any aspect whether it's the industry the recently had an experience at I that I'm not at liberty to talk about. There are there are surprises. Of course, they are. And if there aren't any more surprises, it would be sort of kind of doll going through the motions is not worth it. Especially after you've done a few times. Then to just, you know, then I don't know do something else. We started by talking a little bit about spectacle, and the empty spectacle versus something like a leader that but does have some emotional connection for an audience. Hopefully it works for them. And it did for me. You know, we we end up talking a lot because it just fills the multiplex about these quit superhero films Star Wars films at cetera. Do any of them have any of them connected with you on any kind of motion level. No, categorically. See? That's why. That's why I'm I'm I was very skeptical about a lethal, you know, and wholeheartedly with flying colors. I can say this is different. Yeah. It is different in every respect on every level..
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"Let's call it. Sometimes even almost scary. Darkness and not dark. This is maybe wrong because darkness is is is burned. And no Evie anything. Yeah. But the, you know, the the depth is really what I'm what I'm referring to and the further the further, the depth three churches the darker. Of course, it gets for us standing out here. So so I really I I knew that that. If I can. Contribute at all. It would be via understanding the man. Wanda the character war Quinton both. Being the movie. Yeah. Was the first thing you shop the opening scene of that. Unbelievable logically. The drive up to the house. I mean, I it's. Yeah. You've heard every. Yeah. But there it is. That's exactly what I'm saying. I can I can do whatever, you know. And and and take classes with with. I dunno cesspits herself on them. In if if. I don't have. The opportunity. Meaning if I don't have. That script right that defined and encircle the actually actual. Point focusing topic for me. Meaning if I'm not congregate which with what's on that page. And if what's on that page is banal and flattened silly and dispensable, right? Then I have no chance especially I talked to many actors, especially with respect to comedies. But maybe it's now Sally dipped into others onerous to of this reliance on improv. In recent years, and has it really worked. I would argue in some specific cases I, but generally speaking, I agree with you. It's a it's a it's a it's a crutch it's a shortcut to something. That's doesn't work as a crutch, by the way, if you if you run into an an Unser mount obstacle during rehearsal. And then you improvise around it to get it going to dishonor to potentially. Yes. Great a tool, or if you go to an improv show where the very purpose the end all be all is that. Yes. Admiring the flexibility and imagination and spontaneous spent the Nady of the performance from tastic. Yeah. In if we have. We have a script, you know. That's it. Right. Right. And if you have a script like Clinton's. You'd be really stupid and who start. Improvising. The hubris of an actor to think that they can improve on that. Exactly, good luck. You certainly approached your seemingly like you were making up for lost time in the decade since I mean, just look at them filmmakers worked with rattle off of you out center paying some burden. Polanski Terry Gilliam Mendez. I mean, these are the best of the best. Plan ski for instance, who is fascinating filmmaker and you worked with him on carnage. Of course, and is from all right from from all counts. Meticulous. Filmmaker meticulous is not the right. Tell me. What's the right word Pethick? Perfect is the only word that describes it. Reversal was involved. Very rare nowadays. Yeah. Yeah. But very much your speed. It sounds like in terms of his French testing. It's it's really the last grand master and the the grandmaster the mass of grandmasters. At the. Look, I don't even like a free movie that he made. And that's not what I mean. But. His making. Is perfect. Yeah. It's it's. You you've never seen anything like it, nor have you experienced and not everybody takes to right? You heard stories short and not everybody. It's not for everybody. This kind of perfection. And you know, you could course, rightly argue. Well, I mean, you know, all the movie, and is really required and that. That's not the question. I mean, not from me. Right. I wonder I bring it up all the time like someone like Polanski and bring it up with actors who have or haven't worked with him like the fincher test. Like, I wonder and I feel like you could be someone that would fit into his meticulousness perfection, whatever you wanna call it attention to detail precision. Absolutely. Yeah. And thinking, right. The man thinks precisely like like you've never seen anyone, you know, really analyze and really follow logic. And. Precise. Thinking is is is a good thing. It's back it up. Yeah. To and then I think of someone much different who he's been here as well. Like, I think of I think it's harder Gilliam I think kind of anarchy of of play. So you we you enjoy play. But we also know you enjoy perfection meticulous now. But to put it's it's the wave links, do you tune into and and I think it's your well advised to tune into the wavelength of the director, right?.