6 Burst results for "Willa Pasquin"

"willa paskin" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"willa paskin" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Something becomes a thing take gender reveal party so over the last decade they've become another almost necessary celebration for the upcoming birth of a child with parties ranging from small and intimate to the ridiculous and absurd well a past that is taken a deep dive into the origins of the gender reveal for her podcast decoder ring on slate she joins us live this morning on the KCBS ring central news line well thanks for joining us this morning as part of your podcast you take on cultural questions you talk to experts historians and and try and figure out where things begin what have you found out about these gender reveal parties there seems to be like us are patient zero gender reveal party although I think probably with a little bit in the air sort of before everything was on the internet about eleven years ago there's a woman who works with the Californian out and get a copy that you had a party like I think you are a bunch of mommy forum so she might have gotten the idea from there but it seems basically that you throw out the idea that you need to take out with little dock at that had a blue and pink option and then it ended up in a print magazine in Chicago which is for what you're looking at the time that was a magazine that ended up in OBGYN offices so what kind of America turned to IBM what are basically more more people great doing it and as the internet took off and go from media platforms like Instagram or invented and started in cameras and videos at like video quality on your cell phone got much better they sort of have continued to escalate into our current kind of scary over the past so let me ask you this in full disclosure here I've got a grand child on the way so there might be one of these in my family to church but is there are the people who hold these things doing so out of a sense of obligation or duty out of a sense of irony a little of all of the above what's going on here well I think it's very easy to imagine with a time like this that anything like that some type of person that there's a monolithic after to like why people having gender reveal party I think that there's a lot of different reasons that people having gender reveal party I don't know that it quite flipped over into the duty category at like it's not you don't have to have one but I do think there are the few people that are doing it ironically or but I would suspect that sort of not that many people I think there's a couple people that are doing it sort of that in a conservative way for like coming there now is that the idea that a biological fact the gender aren't percent related and and also shooting at things like there's lots of explosives Centerville parties but I think a lot of people are thinking about them particularly and they're excited and they think well we have a have a Q. party that's so fun at all it'll be exciting it'll be a surprise for me and my friend is the way to get like Gephardt one family interested and involved in an opera thinking about where they come from or what they signify they're just doing it so really what's you know might be kind of conservative in its own way back but I don't think they're like there's some again so really it's just another reason for us to have a party yeah I really think that there is you know never like that against America as the American desire to both have fun and like to buy stuff especially around their kids like buying things are sort of how you prove you're a good parent and a lot of ways like that you're really you know that you you show that you're doing all the things you check your child and it's sort of like it the way to start it pretty early okay let me ask you this is there a gender reveal party island party city now I think there are there's a huge amount of gender reveal stop at both at party city at out on Amazon a big box of actually talk about like more okay at C. over into a defender of the all party makers and they they're really getting like pushed out because it's it's basically turn into like a very big business so a lot of big businesses have gotten into I mean you can find the stuff everywhere this is this isn't like Halloween or thanksgiving or Christmas where you get a chance to get a right next year right I mean you know you might get to do one or two of these yeah that was that they were talking but I was actually a problem because there was no a quality control because look like you had a bad experience the gender of the allied Eminem like you do five different on the next I'm like it's just a one shot thing so I mean this this although sort of get the idea of like is this like a ritual that serve as sort of psychological and emotional function for people like where they get to have this party at the sort of very anxiety producing sort of the liminal moment in time or is this just like a fad and you can sort of see it going either way I think that they'll be some version of the gender male party indefinitely or back like it's gonna at get crazier and crazier and then I'll just be really to do thanks to the times when events Willa Paskin she does the decoder ring podcast found on slate a look at the gender reveal party six twenty five which checking money with Jason Brax Susan.

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"willa paskin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"willa paskin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Lindstrom Bradley trainer Bradley what the heck are we talking about okay great question the reason the reason we're asking this particular question taste because I I listen to a podcast I've grown to love it's called the coder rang in that's decoder ring that Dakota right now yeah exactly how do you say you are the I. R. S. decoder ring in each episode sort of it does what it does he's super friendly really well well hold which is thoughtfully I trained with the effort where Willa Paskin who's the Hoshi takes like a thing that that that's a curiosity so for example in this one bart Simpson and then sort of drills down deep into what part Simpson was and what he meant for the culture and so you'll remember very quickly don't have to think long about bart Simpson before you remember that there was a time when people were outraged about birth salsa NASA usually like your parents or grandparents or some goody two shoes who was trying to say that bart Simpson was gonna rot your brain into the most recent episode of the decoder ring deals with that moral panic from the early nineties it around bart Simpson and it was just a delightful a walk down memory lane and be you know thought experiment about the ability for cult the ad for society to be outraged by something popular in popular culture and down eight you know so we got me thinking about part Simpson specifically but more broadly it which is why we're asking the question today like what's the thing that you loved as a kid that maybe your parents or society was like your you'll shoot your eye out yeah yeah that's going to rot your brain I mean you don't have to think very hard to come up with at least a few examples because you know certainly at least for me I think my parents kind of gave me some freedom around what I consumed but I remember the message of society being really loud specifically when it came to things like rap music yeah that that was when we were young and I think every generation has a version of this when new music comes on the scene the adults in the room are like that's not real music turn that music down that's not that's gonna write your brain yeah whether is rap music or just rock and roll and some of us are battled word I don't know just you know whatever was super popular it was always suspect because if it was super popular by you know if young people really really liked something there must be a problem with it right which is it you know which is something every generation has to deal with but the thing people maybe don't remember and this is one of the things spelled out in this episode of Dakota ray about the moral panic around bart Simpson tee shirts so Simpson's tee shirts were huge boiling boiling point what's the word I'm looking for focal point for the rage that people had against bart Simpson such that you know schools would ban bart Simpson teacher right not we're bart Simpson tee shirts in school said nasty thing well like eat my shorts well not only did he say eat my shorts the most popular shirt and the one that drew the most outrage was under achiever alley that's right and it just was like bart Simpson and said under achiever and people were like if you wear that shirt you are not going to want to reach for the stars you're not going to want to set goals and achieve them you're going to want to be a loser what right she worries unite seem so quaint now right but I guarantee you look around listen to your kids friends parents all there are things that make people think that if your children engage this is it that they will basically give up on society I will tell you one right now this is a very current one there's currently a lawsuit against the creators of fort night by saying that that show or that game is more addictive than cocaine yeah I and I will I'll cop to the fact that I told my kids under no uncertain circumstances you're not allowed we are not going to fort made in the house you completed other people's house if they've got it but I want to prevent that like I'm I want to prevent the dialogue that we're gonna end up having inevitably if there's four it made in the house you guys are gonna want to play for it all the time and I don't want to have to keep prying you away from that but part of that outrage for you that it'll rock their brain it's gonna run their brain yeah I would I would like to ask you though some days people might have a different answer than you would probably be prone to providing is your brain rotten yes now here's we figured out but see the thing that was gonna rot my brain probably according to a lot of people was the amount of television I watch how to turn that into a job thank you very much well I will say like has an actual they talk about this again in this podcast episode Dakota ring about bart Simpson and the moral out panic of the early nineteen nineties around this cartoon character anyway they talk about latchkey kids and how people were afraid the television was going to raise your children well I don't wanna see television raise because my mom certainly did raise me but my mother was in a working and my stepped out at the time was also working a nine to five job search they were not home when I got home from school and so I did watch a fair amount of television and frankly I think I want to say like I don't wanna be hyperbolic but television kinda save me in a way because it gave me a distraction from life as it was around me and it gave me a place to sort of just like a skate to maybe like try out your own moral ethics right like when you watch something on television you watch it at thirty minute sitcom of a group of people move through a conflict into a resolution it does act you do put yourself into that you do learn from that whether or not you want to admit you did or you know people will write it off as fluff but the truth is especially when you're young that is where I learned a lot about the world we lived in was six times I watch that I love well in also remember you did have so like and this is pointed out as well The Simpsons were a nuclear family yeah had rules and you know they were just trying to get out yup like they're they played a scene where where in part says something like they ask him to say grace at the dinner table and he says something like it was something silly like sure we paid for all these clothes with their own money so thanks for nothing god whatever yeah you know it's part Simpson right and a lot of people are outraged about that of course but at the same time you know as willow points out this is a nuclear family where they sat down to say grace right so that you know kids were getting all sorts of messages in that not just the bike parts that you found uncomfortable yet people are we as a culture have a really easy time getting outraged when we take things right at a contact yeah from that around I'm not hello Chuck and I know you know sign when we come back in the telling of Bradley show speaking of the television that Reeves raised us one of our favorite shows or at least my one of my favorite game shows was Hollywood squares student it's getting a reboot follow but it kind of different version let's do a little reboot or get the boot with this version of Hollywood squares after this I'm a calling the Bradley show on my talk one of seven.

"willa paskin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"willa paskin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Lindstrom Bradley trainer Bradley what the heck are we talking about okay great question the reason the reason we're asking this particular question today is because I I listen to a podcast I've grown to love it's called to code a ring and that's a decoder ring that Dakota right now yeah exactly how do you say you are the I. R. S. decoder ring in each episode sort of it does what it does he's super friendly really well well which is thoughtfully I trained with effort where Willa Paskin who's the Hoshi takes like a thing that that that's a curiosity so for example in this one bart Simpson and then sort of drills down deep into what part Simpson was and what he meant for the culture and so you'll remember very quickly don't have to think long about parts since in before you remember that there was a time when people were outraged about birth yeah usually like your parents or grandparents or some goody two shoes who was trying to say that bart Simpson was gonna rot your brain into the most recent episode of the Dakota ring deals with that moral panic from the early nineties it around bart Simpson and it was just a delightful a walk down memory lane and be you know thought experiment about the ability for cult the ad for society to be outraged by something popular in popular culture and eight you know so we got me thinking about part Simpson specifically but more broadly it which is why we're asking the question today like what's the thing that you loved as a kid that maybe your parents or society was like your you'll shoot your eye out yeah yeah that's going to rot your brain I mean you don't have to think very hard to come up with at least a few examples because you know certainly at least for me I think my parents kind of gave me some freedom around what I consumed but I remember the message of society being really loud specifically when it came to things like rap music yeah that that was when we were young and I think every generation has a version of this when new music comes on the scene the adults in the room are like that's not real music turn that music down that's not that's gonna write your brain yeah whether is rap music or just rock and roll and some of the Sir battled word I don't know just you know whatever was super popular it was always suspect because if it was super popular by you know if young people really really liked something there must be a problem with it right which is it you know which is something every generation has to deal with but the thing people maybe don't remember and this is one of the things spelled out in this episode of Dakota ray about the moral panic around bart Simpson tee shirts so Simpson's tee shirts were huge boiling boiling point what's the word I'm looking for focal point for the rage that people had against bart Simpson such that you know schools would ban bart Simpson teacher right not we're bart Simpson tee shirts in school said nasty things like eat my shorts well not only did he say eat my shorts the most popular shirt and the one that drew the most outrage was under achiever Ali that's right and it just was like bart Simpson and said under achiever and people were like if you wear that shirt you are not going to want to reach for the stars you're not going to want to set goals and achieve them you're going to want to be a loser what right she worries unite seem so quaint now right but I guarantee you look around listen to your kids friends parents all there are things that make people think that if your children engage this is it that they will basically give up on society I will tell you one right now this is a very current one there's currently a lawsuit against the creators of fort night saying that that show or that game is more addictive than cocaine yeah I and I will I'll cop to the fact that I told my kids under no uncertain circumstances you're not allowed we're not gonna have portrayed in the house you completed other people's house if they've got it but I want to prevent that like I'm I want to prevent the dialogue that we're gonna end up having inevitably if there's four it made in the house you guys are gonna want to play for it all the time and I don't want to have to keep prying you away from that but part of that outrage for you that it'll rock their brain it's gonna write their brain yeah I would I would like to ask you though some days people might have a different answer than you would probably be prone to providing is your brain rotten yes now here's he figured out but see the thing that was gonna rot my brain probably according to a lot of people was the amount of television I watch how to turn that into a job thank you very much well I will say like has an actual they talk about this again in this podcast episode Dakota ring about bart Simpson and the moral and panic of the early nineteen nineties around this cartoon character anyway they talk about latchkey kids and how people were afraid the television was going to raise your children well I don't see television raise because my mom most certainly did raise me but my mother was in a working and my step dad at the time was also working a nine to five job search they were not home when I got home from school and so I did watch a fair amount of television in frankly I think I want to say like I don't wanna be hyperbolic but television kind of save me in a way because it gave me a distraction from life as it was around me and it gave me a place to sort of just like a skate to maybe like try out your own moral ethics right like when you watch something on television you watch it at thirty minute sitcom of a group of people move through a conflict into a resolution it does at you do put yourself into that you do learn from that whether or not you want to admit you did or you know people will write it off as fluff but the truth is especially when you're young that is where I learned a lot about the world we lived in was the six times I watch that I loved well in also remember you did have so like and this is pointed out as well The Simpsons were a nuclear family yes had rules and you know they were just trying to get a you know like they're they played a scene where where in part says something like they ask him to say grace at the dinner table and he says something like it was something silly like sure we pay for all these clothes with their own money so thanks for nothing god whatever yeah you know it's part Simpson right and a lot of people are outraged about that of course but at the same time you know as willow points out this is a nuclear family where they sat down to say grace right so that you know kids were getting all sorts of messages in that not just the bike parts that you found uncomfortable yeah people are we as a culture have a really easy time getting outraged when we take things right at a contact yeah just from that around I'm not hello Chuck and I know you know sign when we come back in the telling of Bradley show I'm speaking of the television that Reeves raised us one of our favorite shows or at least my one of my favorite game shows was Hollywood squares it's getting a reboot kind of different version let's do a little reboot or get the boot with this version of Hollywood squares after this I'm a calling the Bradley show on my talk one of seven one the clean and Bradley shall Queen.

"willa paskin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"willa paskin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"NYC eleven thanks for coming in again thanks for having me so you were recommended to me recommendations Dakota ring is hosted by slates Willa Paskin and it tries to answer a cultural question yeah so what's an example it explores cultural mysteries like the origin of the baby shark song which if you have a child I'm sure you have heard again and again and again in the past year or so which ends up being a lot more complicated than you would originally think there are many different people many different countries claiming that they invented that song and or it will explore something like with the series Sherlock there were fans who were adamant that John Watson and Sherlock Holmes would get together they were called the John Locke conspiracy theorists and it's something that took over the internet for awhile and actually became very contentious and so she really dives into what are the origins of these weird cultural obsessions and why are we so obsessed with them the your culture writer in a culture reporter what do you think this podcast gets right I think that the podcast does really deep dives into things that are we see in our daily lives or might come across on the internet but otherwise wouldn't really think about and it turns out that they have fascinating origin stories often internet based and so I think that she does a really good job of researching all of the odd ways that we can hook onto a song like baby shark what is it about that song that kids are obsessed with it that parents listen to it over and over again ends it can really do a good job of explaining and talking to people who can give us insight into why we become so obsessed with movies and TV and music it's so funny you say the baby shark message because I went fishing this weekend my kid and somebody caught a baby shark at least three people started singing the song a while it is out there all right Phyllis Conan o'brien needs a friend so Conan o'brien has a talk show and obviously he's lots of incredible people but he's got this idea on this podcast that he would like to be friends with some of the people who come seller carry his catch for six minutes at promote their movie film whatever and then leave right it's unclear how much of this is a joke and how much is real but the thing is that when you are a celebrity you don't have any real friends and therefore Conan needs to make real friends not just the friends that he makes throughout the people he that pays to work for him or the people he has on his show so he sits down for longer conversations with people like Stephen Cole bear and that can be really interesting in part because he has a comedic background so when he interviews comedians they sure these behind the scenes stories of experiences is that they have had that can be a little different from other celebrity interviews but the other thing is that a lot of celebrities are podcasts often have very promotional podcast that are there to promote themselves mostly and not so much dive into the interview we use life and I think that Conan actually does a really good job in bringing out stories and anecdotes from the celebrity interviews we'll take a listen to a little piece of his conversation with Stephen Cole bear their talk about getting to know each other outside of comedy then I hung out with you and your family and here's the things that just reaffirmed all these nice things that I wanted to thank were true about Stephen Cole bear and then they all came true which is this guy really loves his family this guy a is who he is even when you're on a ski lift with him it you're not pretending to be somebody even though famously you did pretend to be somebody that makes it easy yeah exactly you walk off stage you can be yourself that's Conan o'brien Conan needs a friend what trends are you saying in these celebrity interview podcasts I think that it is becoming easier and more more popular for celebrities to turn to podcast as a way to connect with their fan base outside of Twitter and Instagram where they can have long conversations and obviously they have access that a lot of normal podcast hosts would not have to their friends and connections who are also fellow celebrities I think that those conversations can become a little distance if it becomes conversations about specifically celebrity culture earth had an average person can't relate to it so I think that the best ones are the ones that really dig down deep into people's philosophies and they're acting methods and things like that as opposed to we both want vacation Hawaii once let's talk about this resort in Hawaii my guess is lane a document she is with time magazine gives a podcast review and preview you can get in on it our numbers two one two four three three W. NYC two one two four three three nine six ninety let's check in with Logan from Montclair high moke Logan thanks for calling all of it and what's your recommendation I like we we don't tell me from NPR look at how old are you I am not login into the podcasts at nine what is it that you like about podcast Logan everything pretty much about them Logan is do your parents know you called me yeah okay yes Sir Logan thank you for calling in that's so interesting you know it and here they often call them seat belt listeners the little guys because they're in the back of the car they get hooked on on audio carrier no carrier features Tony Emmy a Grammy Award winning of artists India Revo she is amazing it's a fictional thriller it is it's a fictional thriller about a truck driver who picks up a loaded trailer and doesn't know what's in it and then now mystery commences it is a very immersive audio experience so it's very much on the cutting edge of what podcaster figure out they can doing in the can do in the fictional round where I would recommend you don't try to listen to this wall biking or doing something where you might get distracted by the sounds that are coming at you but Cynthia Revo is amazing and it and she is about to be a big part of I would suspect an Oscar conversation and since she is in Heriot's this fall so she is someone that people should become familiar with and this is a great way to do it she is about to be an easy got possibly any Goss any got let's take a listen to Cynthia Revo in carrier I don't know what.

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"willa paskin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"willa paskin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You but I doubt I would get the the truth when I your son lost his balance and he fell yes that seems to be the company line ending his company you keep we he's Madeline and I would just talking oh my gosh we just give her the Emmy now after probably got what I usually do when I went down the little lies I mean I agree with well and the fact that I think that this season it's kind of unnecessary and I don't know what exactly it's building up to you in terms of just meaning in reason but it's really fun to watch Meryl Streep play like at her Meryl Streep yes it's just really great my guests are you said Harrison The New York Times and Willa Paskin from slate we're talking about things on screens big and small you might want to check out this month Willa there's a limited run British series we know you lecture series years and years on HBO starring Emma Thompson she's great it's kind of the summer of Emma Thompson but it's gotten mixed reviews what's what's the show about it's sort of like a fast start in the present day and then it cuts off toward the head of it and it's it's sort of set in like a high crazy political the geopolitical climate that sort of similar to ours but it's just British in which you know the world is essentially falling apart and there's international crises and refugee crises and sort of new prime minister in England who is like a kind of popular there's no it's not it's like the world is sort of getting more more frenzied around this family that follows the family very closely admits that like who are being hurt by accident by the increased crazy map of the world around them it's kind of like you know the thing about like if you put a frog in a pot of water heater to boil the water like doesn't jump out or if you put it in a hot spot it comes out it's like what happened you raise the temperature of the world around the family and the housing getting mixed reviews because it's totally in perfect but it is there's so much going on that is actually very fun to watch as well or like it could be a little nerve jangly but it's it's pretty propulsive like it's pretty entertaining even for it's flaws all right let's talk about the loudest voice a mini series on Showtime starring Russell Crowe as Roger ailes an unrecognizable Russell Crowe what time does this this film this mini series cover and ales life it started in the mid nineteen nineties with the founding of fox news which else basically with the master mind does work with Rupert Murdoch's backing and it goes through to his death Lafayette and in two thousand seventeen or two thousand eighteen and yeah every episode picks a year and focuses on what's happening at that time so I think the second episode is is in two thousand one right at nine eleven and at that sort of goes down to a bomb election and it sort of continues in that fashion sort of focusing on like a particularly potent year and writers ales increased paranoia and power it's it's well don if it falls into this category there's a bunch of these shows Chernobyl when they see after another one where the sort of thou a moment in history that like very frost and trouble and not necessarily at all fun to think about and it it's a little but a but unlike those other teachers that is needed to service much more like a street part biopic it's sort of like want to be more like a stark and Steve Jobs number so it is it does does go down a little bit easier even though it is about someone who believe or American politics in a really usually bluntly my guess sorry Shia Harris and willow Paskin we're talking about what to watch and screens big and small okay save the Marvel film for last you can both way and if you want because we have a sort of a man very it's very polarizing when we talk about Marvel films on public radio but I I'm gonna go for it because we we actually had one of the stars of the film as aghast Jake Gyllenhaal was was in studio this is spider man far from home so I should from the Marvel cinematic universe well where are we given end game was was an end game where where did the spider take for it I know right I was really hoping it would be the end last of course it's not recommend kind of falls in this weird place where after the world has been saved in Avengers and game and now it's kind of back to like more contained in mark insular issues essentially by the man now played by Tom Holland as he was in the Avengers movies he is like after all the Avengers stuff has happened if you just want to go back to being like a normal kid and the ticket class trips to Europe and now it's just kind of like spider man in Europe and get you involved plays the bill and so I actually kinda like to killing all in this role he like starts off kind of not the deed but not as like crazy out there as we've seen him be in more recent roles and then eventually gets the getting like really kind of weird and out there but in a way I think it's calibrated that works with the film so yeah it's it's it's fun it's I didn't really think about it much after the fact but it's enjoyable and it's funny and it's like a fun teen comedy there's a lot of lot of humor and that's one will win Jake Gyllenhaal is in studio we were talking with a view we had talked about a very serious one man show that he had done at the public and just sort of at the end of like Hey you're in spider man and this is what he had to say spider man yes this summer that is yeah July fifth I I believe yes can you give me the lan line the log my god you know no I don't know the log line I do know that spider man is far from home in this this is on the title yeah yeah yeah he's he's far from home and and there's it's it's pretty cool I have to say is free and free pretty darn fun to make and it was really fun if it takes place in London and Prague who nine Venice takes place all around around Europe because he goes they go on a school trip and some hijinks ensue of course yeah so basically he gave the same review you did he's about to be there I got my guess is bin I usually Harris of The New York Times and Willa Paskin from the sleigh and host of the decoder ring podcast I used to and will it thanks for walking us through screens big and small thank you to meet next objects are creative director clemency Burton hill stops by for this week's installment of all things classical stay.

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"willa paskin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"willa paskin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We he's Madeline and I were just talking oh my gosh we just give her the Emmy now after probably got what I usually do when I went on the little lies I mean I agree with well and the fact that I think that this season it's kind of unnecessary and I don't know what exactly it's building up to you in terms of gift meaning in reason but it's really fun to watch Meryl Streep play like at her Meryl Streep yes it's just really great my guess aeration Harrison the New York times and Willa Paskin from slate we're talking about things on screens big and small you might want to check out this month Willa there's a limited run British series we know you like short series years and years on HBO starring Emma Thompson she's rate is kind of the summer of Emma Thompson but it's gotten mixed reviews what's what's the show about it's sort of like a fast for a third starts in the present day and then it cuts off toward the had taken place and it's it's sort of set in like a high crazy political the geopolitical climate that sort of similar to ours but it's just British in which you know the world is essentially falling apart and there's international crises and refugee crises and sort of new prime minister in England who is like a kind of populist there there's a a but it's like the world is sort of getting more more frenzied around this family that follows this family very closely admits that like who are being sort of buffeted by the increased crazy mass of the world around them it's kind of like you know the thing about like if you put a frog in a pot of water and you start to boil the water like doesn't jump out or if you put it in a hot spot it jumps out it's like what happened you raise the temperature of the world around the family and the house the getting mixed reviews because it's totally in perfect but it just there's so much going on that is actually very fun to watch as well or like it could be a little nerve jangly but it's it's pretty propulsive like it's pretty entertaining even for it's flaws all right let's talk about the loudest voice and mini series on Showtime starring Russell Crowe as Roger ailes an unrecognizable Russell Crowe what time does this this film this mini series cover and ales life it started in the mid nineteen nineties with the founding of fox news which else basically with the master mind does work with Rupert Murdoch's backing and it goes through to his death Lafayette and in two thousand seventeen or two thousand eighteen and yeah every episode takes a year and focuses on what's happening at that time so I think the second episode is is in two thousand one right at nine eleven and at that sort of go down to a bomb of election and it sort of continues in that fashion sort of focusing on like a particularly potent year and writers ales increased paranoia and power it's it's well don if it falls into this category there's a bunch of these shows Chernobyl when they see us another one where there's sort of thou a moment in history that like very soft and comfortable and not necessarily at all fun to think about and it it's a little but a but unlike those other teachers that is needed to service much more like a street park by a pack it's sort of like wants to be more like a stark and Steve Jobs number so it is it does does go down a little bit easier even though it is about someone who believe or in politics and it really usually blunt way my guess sorry Shia Harris and Willa Paskin we're talking about what to watch and screens big and small okay save the Marvel film for last you can both way and if you want because we have a sort of a man very it's very polarizing when we talk about Marvel films on public radio but I I'm gonna go for it because we we actually had one of the stars of the film as aghast Jake Gyllenhaal was was in studio this is spider man far from home so I should from the Marvel cinematic universe where are we given end game was was an end game where where did the spider take for it I know right I was really hoping it would be the end last sentence of course it's not recommend kind of falls in this weird place where after the world has been saved in Avengers and game and now it's kind of back to like more contained in mark insular issues essentially spider man now played by Tom Holland as he was in the Avengers movies he is like after all the Avengers stuff has happened you just want to go back to being like a normal kid and the second class trips to Europe and now it's it's kind of like spider man in Europe and get you involved plays the villain Mysterio I actually kinda like to killing all in this role he like starts off kind of said not subdued but not as like crazy out there as we've seen him be in more recent roles and then eventually gets the getting like really kind of weird and out there but in a way I think it's calibrated that works with the film so yeah it's it's it's fun it's I didn't really think about it much after the fact but it's enjoyable and it's funny and it's like a fun teen comedy there's a lot of lot of humor and this one will win Jake Gyllenhaal was in studio we were talking that we talk about a very serious one man show that he had done at the public and just sort of at the end of like Hey you're in spider man and this is what he had to say spider man yes this summer that is yeah July fifth I I believe yes can you give me the long line the log line you know I know I don't know the log line I do know that spider man is far from home in this this is on the title yeah yeah yeah he's he's far from home and and there's it's it's pretty cool I have to say is free of free pretty darn fun to make and it was really fun if it takes place in London and Prague who nine Venice takes place all around around Europe because he goes they go on a school trip and some hijinks ensue of course yeah so basically he gave the same review you did he's about to be there I guess my guess is bin I usually Harris of The New York Times and Willa Paskin from the slate and host of the decoder ring podcast I Usha and Willa thanks for walking us through screens big and small thank you to meet next objects are creative director clemency Burton hill stops by for this week's installment of all things classical stay.

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