18 Burst results for "William Freakin"

"william freakin" Discussed on Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"william freakin" Discussed on Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

"Just start for the Zahn credits and I saw the pans down the street following the family, and then then you go to Iraq and the Assam exactly and on another interesting thing is, of course, the director's cut is the one that was also sort of famous for having the quote Unquote Spider Walk Scene, and we'll talk about that yet. We'll talk about that when we get there but Yeah. I think a great place to talk about the movie or or to begin talking about the movie in terms of some of the themes that it explores the certainly prologue in Iraq. Now what's interesting I don't know I don't I read the book a long long time ago. So I, don't remember if it's mentioned in the book, but in the movie they later or mentioned that that that the Father Merrin. So we're introduced to Lancaster Merrin played, of course by maximum tonight a credible performance. Yeah. Exactly and at that time he was like forty four. I think right. What is late sixties in the film pure makeup yeah. Amazing makeup job on. So we're introduced to father Father Merrin, and father merrin is on an archaeological dig and Apparently, this is near or it is in the town of Niniveh which is, of course, a biblical town any now in present day off. But Niniveh has a storied history in the Bible with Many many prophets actually intersecting in their stories intersecting given big audio of Jona Unis. Is there. So Yeah Joanna is on his way to Niniveh and he's cast overboard and that's when he gets swallowed by the whale. Thank you Geron excellent and so yeah, absolutely. So so that's where this archaeological dig is taking place on that dig Basically two artifacts are uncovered. Right one is this sort of coin were medallion of sorts to small medallion which looks like it has a bit like a Christ I. Think it's like a child Christ trader. Had some iconography on it. I think it was a protection medallion if I remember correctly, I? Think. That's what it was. They don't at least in the movie they don't they don't. They don't like define what it is, but you're right it is very The ICONOGRAPHY is certainly kristen. Especially compared to the other artifacts uncovered, which is the demon head You mentioned the demon position now now position was never mentioned by name in the movie although of course, he is mentioned in the in in India in the novelization I'm sorry in the novel do you know anything about in terms of Dima? -nology and where Zuzu kind of fits in with regards to other Arab? I don't know what it was like message. TAMEN whatever. Deem -nology that that that that the demon is part of an and I've never even heard that. So maybe claimed that the actual term. What the name of the name of the Demon As it is that it's position the novel and and it's never said allowed in the in the in the movie. But that that is the demon and I think you know and so that's that's the basis of Puzo from my understanding of it. A is a very early ancient Demon that's named and early Christian sources right and my understanding of it You'd probably go to compete in double check on from I. Understand Zuzu is that it's it is you know when Christianity became dominant religion in the Middle East sort of the gods of the ancient Middle East expectations were turned into demons, right? Because he's false gods and so my understanding a position is that this is essentially an ancient massive obtain like from Iraq. Christians would later call a demon and and you know, and we can talk at some point about how Muslims would see entity as perhaps jen right But but that's that's my understanding of it. So it's a very, it's. It's not a made up name it's an actual. Demon that's mentioned early Christian sources and is seen as one of the princes of hell from what I understand is one of the very high level entities up there with with with the devil himself like really big shot inner circle SORTA got. Yeah and I think what's interesting about the movie not naming the Demon is I think the approach that. We should point out. So based on a novel written by William Peter a Blatty. Directed. By William Freakin now I think Freakin up until this point certainly had a of credits under his name, but he was probably most famous for. The nineteen seventy one French. Connection, Phil. Right Yep right. Now. Do, you have an interesting story that you were telling us about Freakin and I I certainly would love for you to mention it on on on air. Well. So I was getting ready. This is one of my favorite films of all time I I saw. Actually saw William Freak in at the directors guild a few years ago doing a special presentation of his movies sorcerer, which if you've never seen that movie is an incredible movie, I had never seen that movie he he did that presentation saying this was his proudest movie even more than the exorcist that you felt define his legacy as an artist never seen it. So he was up there very well-spoken man you know in the seventies and the movies incredible. There's actually there's a Palestinian character that's in their. Politics Jerusalem it's interesting but So he did this any two superb movie, but I was just blown away to see this man who I've as someone who is a filmmaker nece egg has. To follow in his footsteps to see someone like this was a hero to me as an artist up there talking. So intelligently, and and actually one of my friends went up and talk to him and when you recognize the guy was Libyan said equal to him and it was all chatty whatever. So He's very, very gracious guy. So that's I was following will rican when these came on twitter of years ago because he's just somebody I was excited to follow one day I get a notification William Freakin has followed. You like well. Is this a Bake William County and I went no this is William Weakens Blue Jack Official Gal. He's her twitter why's Wilfred could follow me on twitter so I i. said I said Sir I'm deeply honored. You would follow me on twitter is a guy like something I saw something you you tweeted I liked him I wanNA follow. Okay. And and we're looking at this TV show Roswell. He's like Oh tell me about that. So I'm having these. DM Exchange William Freak Kid. I couldn't even sauce. He's like I watch her show I that to this day he's following what was scared because anyone who follows me I? I pretty much lose ten percent of my followers year because they don't like robotics or by this or that right and. All Obese to follow me. I Love I love the fact that hey, you're you know you're an established Hollywood. writer and Creator I love the fact that you're geeking out about the You know somebody somebody who you admire. That's pretty cool. Lost interest on a whole other level man I mean it's like it's like it's like being a room with Ridley Scott or somebody like that it, and in many ways with all respect I have great respect for what he's got if we can just a whole other level because he's made films that will survive for hundreds of years. Yeah. We're GONNA be doing. Space podcast about the exit through a hundred years from now they are and that's the magic of this man is a filmmaker and Masha he's still alive and with us today is you know and the great trag he was actually going to introduce that special screening of the exorcist last year but he didn't feel well. So he had his friend Linda Blair came and spoke on his behalf, right? which was awful. Fighting.

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"william freakin" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"william freakin" Discussed on Night Call

"We watched the nineteen ninety five William frequent film Jade this week and lucky for us. Rachel has also seen Jade, I don't know. How recently when was less. Okay. I was gonna do prep yesterday. And then I was like, no, no. Seen it you remembered. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's all we need as long as you have the impression of it somewhere in your mind doesn't like I had anyone ever seen before. I'd seen parts of it. I haven't seen the whole it never seen it. I just knew it's legendary. Legendary bomb. Yeah. Oh, yeah. It was a career killer for basically this and show girls was sort of the end of the show. Screenwriter? They said they rewrote this whole script. But there was one line in there that we all know Joe Esther. Oh, yeah. The best line which is crystal beluga Wolfgang puck. It's a fuck house. That sounds coke field. Nineteen ninety five. Oh. A little bit. Love for the nineties. Movie. I hated this film. Missile. I we finished watching it. And I was like I could not tell you the plot that like I could not tell Linda Fiorentino's, the head of a ring of prostitutes, shade, whatever you want, whatever you want and blackmailing the governor did Linda Fiorentino, Mary like Where'd you go because she's amazing. She married billionaire zillionaire herself right on our own may just like cow freaking like directed her. And basically everybody in this movie, but like, especially her to just like talk in her very own Elizabeth. So it's like she. Yeah. She's just like just like the very very lowest. You could still get you have under Senate Linda Fiorentino in the ninety I'll out in. But that was definitely talked very, but also she was considered Harry s Nic bull die. Okay. Stay home than talion. That's weird. But there's also a very weird subtext and This this. like why isn't she Asian me? She was Asian feels like if feels like the ring of prostitutes should be her name is Jade in the. Haina town fun. They talk under that was. We'll play some. Is. And the whole thing the whole like a visual theme of the movie is eating various people running through Chinese people trying to do try to go here. Busied do have a parade. Do their tight you in an Asian woman in the role would have been such a trope. Right. But also just know that it was the nineties, and they went well we could catch him an Asian, but that won't sell. Let's get somebody white, but not entirely what she's a talion that's kind of ethnic kept put Linda in there. That's by the way, the casting of this several people turned down. I was just like to just briefly pass through Warren Beatty turned down the role of David Corelli before. Yeah. David Crowley before. It went to David Caruso, David Caruso. I blamed for much of how Crusoes the reason this movie does not work dress. You why was airing this buying these Blau? Carino David, David. I know people. I don't think anybody does. Like this. No, wait, if sexual charisma, oh Chazz Palminteri is way hotter than David crew. I wanna fuck him. Either. Was offered to Kenneth Branagh. And he. Then. Julia Roberts, and Sharon Stone turned down Katrina Gavin, which went to lean Linda Fiorentino, right? But she was like, I'm not gonna take the role unless you toned down the prostitution stuff. So I mean, this this movie was so rewritten. And William freakin super strangely was like, I am the most proud of this movie. I have no. And he was like, I think it was maybe the exorcist curse. Yes. Because like, listen, I remember Caruso, leaving TV show and all that. And I the reason I remember because even then I remember thinking FOCA gonna leave his own show. And he barely charisma a charismatic, but I'd listen, he's a great actor. I've always thought he was a tremendous actor. I was like it's an interesting move to leave your own lead TV show where you're making gazillions of dollars. Oh, wow..

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"william freakin" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"william freakin" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"See you do nothing and they're screaming where easy audience you sweet. You're very nice. Well, we're fans. There's none of that can be seen. None of the none of the not wicked or anything goes or nobody ever put them on. You don't have them. I don't think. So. Yeah. That's an interesting about the sort of there. And then on some of that stuff is at Lincoln center. It is. Yeah. And I have never looked. But I'm sure something is there are of the movies and TV that you've done. Are you able to watch yourself or you on those people who'd rather not know I have to. Yeah. I do. Yeah. I have to look at it and say what were you thinking there, and I see and it came through or it didn't whatever in. That's how you learn. My wife loves you in that house episode. She thinks your heartbreaking. Yeah. And I like you on the night gallery episode where you killed Howard Duff. Remember this with a very young Mark Hamill in a bit part. I got another one for you hit me. I was on the Raymond Burr. Oh, I inside Ironside. Yes. And I played the jockey. I've seen that one. Wait a minute. And you know, my girlfriend was Sherry Lansing future. Hollywood studio executive, right? Wow. Was married to Mary to. Yes. Who was she married? She's married to did the great director. Alan piccola. No, not Allen POE Kula. Who is she married to? Odd imia. What are you direct? French connection. Oh, she's freakin. Right. Thank you. Right. William freakin. Right. Yes. Foolish me saying Alan Pakoa Allen POE, Kula was married to hope lying, right? How'd you like Raymond bar when you did Ironside? Nice. How do you like you'll break off? Nice. So I kind of remind you of Raymond Burr. And you haven't asked about yourself about me. Ask me. I think you like me. Okay. What do Think. you think?.

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"william freakin" Discussed on 1A

1A

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"william freakin" Discussed on 1A

"I'm just represent one personality the stories behind the celebrity every Tuesday on it's been a minute from NPR. We're glad to get such a diverse array of stories for many of you with an array of different. Experiences with connecting online Owen rights. I am a queer and trans man. And I'm in my early twenties. I came up solidly in this era of meeting people online. I'm also a tick and being able to meet and interact with people through text is a huge advantage for me the ways that my generation has come up with to convey, tone and intent through text are so much easier to read than in-person social cues. They're more standardized with none of the fallibility of facial recognition. I loved that comment. David because the the web has allowed for to, you know, be standardized down to an emoji. But these little subtext this little vocabulary. It's always been there to ease the process. It's it's great. I think it's great to certain extent. Because as I said before it's all there, and you can find exactly what you want us to shopping list. It's it's it's not romantic, but it is a shopping list. Are you a top? Are you a bottom? Do you like? Harry men. Do you like shaved men? Do you like short men? Do you like tall men? Right. You know, all those things are are sort of there. And then the emojis can tell you exactly what you're looking for. So I'm not against that. I think it's made sex very gay sex, very mainstream. But you also don't you don't get inflections in text. You don't understand humor? There's no irony in tex-. You don't understand lots of things that are going on. I've texted people or had conversations with people and disliked them, and then met them and found that that was their sense of humor, and I didn't understand it and vice versa. So the the shopping list is nice, but it is very much for a younger generation that exists that way, there's also editing involved edit what you say, it's not spontaneous. Yes. Some people thumbnail very well. Yes. Yes. And then you see them in person you go Photoshop Rishard rights. I'm over fifty just got back from three week trip to China. China. I got cruised several times. Well, there it was odd since I haven't experienced it in a long while is cruising. Partly a product of a somewhat repressive cultural context. Eric, what do you think? Well, I think it was a means to an end. It's a way of it's it's both clear magic. And it's also code, and it's a it's it's a secret. However, I do think that you know, Richard the point about are we doing better does it indicate that we're doing better is well taken. But I I don't know that we have as a clear society have set up a framework to be more free. We have to learn how to meet each other in the world with nuance with accessibility. And with vulnerability without the trappings of a hetero normative framework. I will I would love to add to that this comment from be tips who tweeted really surprised to hear conversation around the term cruising, which I had always deemed as having a very. Negative connotation, Eric. Let me stick with you on this. I I hear where tips is coming from there was that movie. Oh, yeah. Called cruising by William freakin, the guy who did the exorcist which Alpa chino stars. And he's this New York homicide detective who's looking for serial killer who is killing gay men in leather bars in New York down in the meatpacking district. And it was a very very controversial film. However, I know gay men who lived in New York at that time who went to those bars and said what you see in that movie is exactly what I experienced when I was your age. So it was this weird. Like, I get the cultural tation, but also like this is part of of American history. Like this this really happened. Oh, absolutely. Yes. It's and I think part of the the framing of it as something that is negative comes from. I think a fear of masculinity mixed with math meant masculine desire. Desire meant misses. I for men. Because yes, you police were aware that you know, men are trying to meet each other through these means and a lot of times they're trying to to crack down on it or to demonize it..

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"william freakin" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"william freakin" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"You mentioned are FOX he directed it. That was written by backpack directed even I thought that was William freakin. Nah. Big difference. William freakin, John fucking more. Now, John More. In addition to just making shit films is an asshole I watched the behind the scenes thing this guy. He just sits there and flips off the camera at is like fuck, all you all you don't why don't you want some Bajic behind the making movies? Why do you have to follow me around with a camera ruin everything? Oh, boo. DVD sales went down, you fuckers, just pirate everything. Anyway, who cares? A little later in that same documentary. Fuck all those accounts. Tell me how much movie should cost and how long should have to make this movie with us movie makes a hundred and fifteen million. I'm coming for all of you. A somebody's preparing a case. This movie. More dramatic story than what we're getting here. But yes, he is a flashy movie guy that got a lot of films out of FOX. And I'm guessing that he turned it on time and on budget as somehow they gave him thirty five million for this already. You brought it up early on when we're talking about the game. And this was going to be my big question when we sat down a record because looking at the box of this game. It gives me no hint that there's going to be supernatural elements or demons or anything like that in the game. And you're saying that's something that they put in this movie for the hell of it. The game had those psych lodge class specs where you would go into this nightmare world. But it was quite clearly an exploration of the subconscious. You are never supposed to think it was an alternate dimension. There was the game that I actually really loved that. A lot of people probably would find boring called sanitarium knows this role playing game and by role. I mean, like leisure suit Larry type stuff where you go around and talk to people, but you were in a mental institution in modern day. Or are you living in like eighteen hundred BC in some weird samarium area? And you didn't know what was real and what wasn't real. And I thought that was kind of fun game. Although I thought the scenario for a little weird but max Payne never is trying to say what are these nightmares with the extended horror? Hallway supposed to be real? No it was supposed to show. How tormented max is. But doing so in a horror way, I think movie is trying to do that. I don't think these angels are supposed to be real. They're supposed to be hallucinatory. Was that the best part of the game? Was that you wanted to go into the visions that would be the first thing. I would tell them to cut from the script. If this wasn't an essential part of gameplay that you like all I need to see how max Payne dreams this reality. I would say the fact that they start with him drowning and having a vision of his dead daughter. This is something you don't need to let out of the bag right away. There's nothing left a mystery. Now. Now. Okay. His wife is dead. And there were going to be told that oh about eight more times..

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"william freakin" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"william freakin" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Top of Anderson and Brian dot com by the time, we'll use sign. My groupers are my CCP t-shirt. No. I don't sign shirts. I signed racks. Follow question will you sign? My RAC I've signed a number of posters, and I feel bags my signatures, so piss poor that it actually ruins the my group or supposed thrown out. But I have I have swag. I got Merck chef towards March beautiful shot glasses Jones, leftover film, vultures can burn. I might have a few. But that cuts into my action, I have to match what is going to buy film vulture. It's going to development sports groupers 'cause. Say you're out by shirt, only if only let's do this. Let's do people actually see about some films a week light, by the way. Good. I saw you saw three films probably two to one and I'll be doing next week. Yeah. I'm gearing up for the the American film market, which is starts started a couple days ago as you're hearing this and it runs through November eighth year in Santa Monica. It's the largest film market in the world. Brian happens annually in Santa Mona Lowes hotel, and I will be going for the first time this year. It's just like a fish market, except they sell filled throw the films like they do at the pike place and about a billion dollars in in in deals. Go down most movies be happy with a small percentage of that very looking to sell the movie necessarily looking to make relationships and find like maybe a sales agent and maybe producers wrap maybe distributing company. I've already got one on talking to. But it's going to be a learning. Curve for sure, and it's going to be an opportunity to to hopefully have some good information for can share here. Speaking information, if you're a patron subscriber big news for exciting news. I would I would say this for this month episode that we're doing when we do the full standalone up the bonus episode where no one. Yeah. The bone is episode. This month is top five most. Offensive lines. All the honest. I'm kinda excited I'm pretty excited. And we've got clips all they'll be ups, and I got some offensive lines coming into research. I learned so much about glorious bulky white men that play for like various NFL teams. Yeah. The Dallas Cowboys and the type to all these. Fucking. That that like offensive line, so defend. Myriad of offensive lines all of which we will here. And you know, what I got. It's one of those ones where if the listeners like it. Maybe we'll we'll dip back in. This is a few months. I this is definitely theme is definite theme going through mine. We'll get to that. Also on this months bonus episode. We will have listener this is third or fourth time. And he assured me with me the bullets that he's going to be talking about listener Xs are Hollywood insider, who we meant his voice who can't hear. He gives them good Intel on the stars born he's got some he's got some good until some dirt on a particular distribution company that we all know in. Yeah. It's gonna be fun. So that's worthwhile. Value added. Awesome. Looking part of that. Are the line have that for five bucks a month? Part of it offensive to you or lines that most people would find offensive your line of offense is very all very high. One of one of mine is just I'm offended and every time I hear it. I just kinda cringe, and it's a really upsetting. I got one of those like standby, guilty pleasure. One of those picks Brian. And then I got I got picks that like my number one is just I might go to hell for perpetuating out there in the world. Just for putting it even more giving it more more legs like that might be like the straw that breaks the camel's back and sends straight to hell have you played it before on the film vault old incarnation. No doesn't involve Cima Blair. I don't know. We're going to give him too much. Have. I speaking Selma Blair, so I had lunch with solar. William freakin. Oh. I wish she willing freaking what why why similar William freakin? What's the connection exorcist, Linda Blair? Oh players. I'm confused with my Blair's. Oh, no. No, no, no, Brian. You're talking about storytelling. I've met I got to have Linda luckily on the list to I got I wish we raised all this..

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"william freakin" Discussed on Beyond!

Beyond!

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"william freakin" Discussed on Beyond!

"Like, you're like, and it's not so much. It's not really guilt. You know, like, it's sometimes it is. But it's also it's like a weight being put on your year. Like like, I like I need to either run away from it or issue is when it's it doesn't feel like it's entirely your fault. Like, I was going to this one. I was doing going to this house to do a bounty and come up over the ridge. And I hear like like was that my horse had trampled the dog? And so everyone in the town was like animal curl, the no like apologizing everybody, and then it turns into a shootout. And then like all of a sudden on the run forever and in the missions failed. And I'm sorry dog actually haven't run into like any problems. Like that. Have you know, I I was I was too enthusiastic playing a mission. And I like ran into town really fast. And immediately a guy walked in front of me. And I crushed him with my horse and just failed the mission. And I was like well. Faulk? The one thing with MRs structure that I really like is like there are a lot of like the mission does take into consideration. If you're good at stealth or not of like, there's one early on where you're like trying to sneak up and like if you like like shoot someone earlier than dot says, he's like do what the hell like all right? We're doing this. Let's go. And there's one last night that I was playing that I was supposed to like sneak through out like I was supposed to sneak through this building to get the document. And I got seeing the first step I took in and like I had to shoot like thirty dudes. And then the do that was like helping me with the with the mission like blew up like distracted them and afterwards. Like, he was like why why did you blow up that thing? He's like you're supposed to go in quietly dumb ass cover your ass for that happened to me with a in. I think it's in Valentine you can go into one of the stores, and essentially rob a back room. It's actually a tip. Gene guides which huge shadow to the gods team. This is the first game that I think all of the guy team is work together on because it is so exhaustive of guide necessary. And they knocked it out of the park with all the chiefs and all the tips and everything, but I followed this one tip unlimited. They forgot to add a step you go into this back room. You there's a steel bolted door back there, you can't open that door. So as soon as you rob that room, the cops basically find out because the sheriff's off right and you have to gun like the guys in the back down. And so I was stuck back there. And basically that was how the bounty happened because I had to kill three cops to get out of there. Oh, boy that did not go. Also, don't use that back. Did you get out? I did then I had I got the gun. I got the money, but then I had to pay ninety bucks to get the bounty off me. But yeah, I the emergence stuff that happens has been my favorite it. It was some of the stealth stuff too. I love the idea that you can sort of tell your gang to go ahead or you can take the lead on. That's yes. I do. I read a thing on read it, and I don't know if it's true. But apparently somebody like went into. A town and shot a guy in the leg. And then came back a couple of days later, and he had a wooden leg. No like amazing. We're dealing with here. What for the record earlier, Mike Simi? Yeah. From the deer hunter two Heaven's Gate. Okay. Other example. And I want to talk about this for a second. God damnit William freakin. The exorcist. Huge bought BUSTER box success the following movie after that was this movie called sorcerer, which is about a bunch of oddball characters who have to team up in order to escape like this weird prison in this other country..

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"william freakin" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"william freakin" Discussed on High and Mighty

"He's one of the bands that they're seeing and he actually got to do like the past the gum. Make he was like one of the past the gun making. Wow. Wow. Yeah. Shut out to Jeremy. No last name. Oh god. Help me. No giving out that dude. You know, who you are Jim you don't listen to this. So I'm not gonna show you out because you don't listen to this. You motherfucker? So why am I so so many people's full names on things? And then like thought that they would know. And then, of course, they know my name just popped up. Have a Google alert for my own name because it's the modern era. I notice you said my was such a specific story. I know this was about. Yeah. That's always me where I'm like. I don't wanna use the person's last name. But then I'm be like, Mike who's married. Lenny Mike, oh, I'm not using the last names they live on lyndale. He's still doing enough to get their identity, stolen, or whatever. But not enough not enough to like protect them. Trying there any war. In my head the keep coming to Rahm drums. Yeah. I just don't watch those make sense English patients probably one ever saw. I never saw that one either. But like. Entrapment? I will I do like like, psychological romance where it's like someone's trying to kill recycling drama fatal attraction or like something where like it's romance fucked up. Yeah, they don't make those movies anymore. Good. That's like the late eighties early nineties. Michael douglas. Well, that's gonna say disclosures. Like the like a really big one that's one where Demi Moore sexually harasses him. And she's like his boss. Michael Douglas, have to go home and watch the she Demi Moore's his boss, and she like is sexually harassing him. I haven't even heard of this. And I think if I remember correctly, like the one of the engines takes place, no. Spoil this movie that came out thirty five. It takes place like in a very funny primitive computer program. Let's get into the files, and it's like this. We'll be wrong being wrong. That's not at all how computers are. But I I missed those movies body heat with Terry. Is that Teri Garr William hurt? I guess I haven't even seen any of these just like I've seen a couple and you're talking about the basic instincts. Like, maybe Jade from William freakin is one too. I looks like I know a little more. Let's see Email. Email me these idols. Just like on a watch list for emailing psycho-sexual dramas. Yeah. But I always like I was found those movies when I was younger because they were on HBO, and they featured boobs more frequently than. Com. Yeah. So I got into those movies because it'd be like, and then I find myself being like attracted to women that scare the shit up. And that hasn't changed. My current wife and life situations still into chicks terrifying. All because of Linda Fiorentino as Jade. Highly recommend that one features a sex scene up against a chain link fence how my dangerous dangerous and this. I don't even know how you would explain it. But she's on top. She's like. And hands on the fence. He's leaning against it on the back, and she's doing all the work. And it's like a it's like a gymnastic feet. It's burned in my head. I don't even. Movie once when I was twelve. I know it by heart. You know, what was great was swim fan fan was huge for me because I was a high school swimmer now when I was in high school, and we were obsessed with finally movie about swimming. Swim fans, a good one. It's just about me trying to fuck. Michael Phelps is my reboot of swimming. You could get him to do. Right. He got in the moving. Yeah. I'll offer him. We'd I promise. So we're going to we're going to watch man up right now. I don't have to be at dinner for forty minutes. So let's watch all of mankind. Alison, thank you so much for coming on high and mighty talking. They for having me, and we should let our listeners my listeners will their currency our listeners, my listeners know what art Witter handles are. So they could yell at us for corrections. But also offer us more rom coms. And maybe you can even go like sorry. No that's coming of age movie. The rest of them. Your your eyes light up. Yes. I can correct..

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"william freakin" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"william freakin" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Wears blue and golden is based in Los Angeles. So put that one. Together is in the midst of a disappointing season bell has led western to two national championships. But now he's on the hot seat, he swearing left and right at his players and the officials even punts the ball and get to jetted early on in the film, and he's tankers with the media, which includes Ed O'Neill who's at the peak of married with children at the time and decided to go for this serious role after suffering the first sub five hundred season of his career bells under pressure to turn things around and meeting with his assistant coaches, which is held in the office of a sneaker company. I wish I was making this up bell is told that if he lands Butch McCray. Played by penny. Hardaway and Ricky row he'll be in the final four the following season. Coach bell hits the recruiting trail and runs into a handful of actual coaches playing themselves including the late great Jerry Tarr caning at UNLV engine behind who still coaching. Syracuse twenty four years later bell appeals to the families of the top recruits and sees that made great inroads. But both ask for improper benefits. One's mother wants a house with a lawn and a new job. Job and the other father wants a new tractor. Despite the constant cursing ornery, demeanor bell appears to be a man of morals and character, he scoffs at the request by the recruits and their families, but the desire to win and return to prominence proves to be too much to quell Belva relies on friends of the program to steer their crews in his direction. In the meantime, he also lands unheralded prospect from the depths of Louisiana named neon who is played by shack. And as you might expect with penny shack in the film, the basketball scenes are excellent. I would argue that they probably go on for too long. But the director William freakin hope I'm saying that right? Chose to use actual basketball players because he felt that actors make for unconvincing athletes in most sports films along with Henny shack. Bobby Hurley Calbert Cheaney Ellen Houston. Rick Fox and others were used with McRae row ended neon in the lineup. Western upsets, number one ranked Indiana coach by the legendary Bobby Knight in the season opener and not actually shadowed Knight during Indiana's nineteen ninety. Season to prepare for the role. So Bill got what he wanted. But do the ends justify the means would means more in a game corrupted by money rules in integrity or winning and success. I give the film three stars on its merits alone in an additional half star for being so far ahead of its time. Blue chips. All right. I did not realize you said it would be so head of its time. At the time was not to be entertaining. Popcorn sports flick, Nolte's gray. I love the opening. This comes into crazy tirades room comes back again. You know, these Taipei crazy basketball coaches, Bobby Knight to the extreme, Dan, doc, as we both know in love here at ESPN says, he I don't use a consultant or is in the movie, maybe I was looking for dockage because I know he's probably assistant coach I need at the time. You may see like a shot of his hair before it was all gone. Yeah. But I I wasn't sure if I could if I could point him out while he was a part of the process, they told me these couple of days with Knowlton is what was he like great guy. Heavy smoker gets after he goes, but the big. Thing that I remember about him. I just amazing acting talent. Or just the way he would listen and observe, you know, brutal. Beal like. That should be brutal. I should do just the breath Beal he stunk..

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"william freakin" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"william freakin" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"It's about a couple who has a baby and they're looking for a nanny because they both want to go right back to work immediately. So they're looking for a nanny to take care of their child and they ended up going with Camilla. The British nanny AKU unfortunately is a druid who's got a tree friend and her tree friend is a killer tree friend, and she likes to take babies to the tree sacrifice them to the tree, except it's this weird thing where the tree sort of absorbs the baby, and then you can see the baby's face embedded in the surface of the trees. So I guess the baby kind of melts into the tree and becomes petrified. Anyway, she she's an evil druid kidnaps babies sacrifices them too. Dilatory their scenes where the tree kills people. There's like Camilla, gets attacked in the woods by some by some creeps who just happened to be hanging out in the woods and the tree defends her by essentially smashing them and tearing them up. So would you say this is part of the druids flotation movement of the nineteen ninety? Man if only there were such John ra- I would be all over that. I would be like a film scholar on her, but anyway, so do I recommend this movie? It's not a good movie, but as William freakin. So it's like a well made bad movie. That makes any sense. He, there's a, there's a certain segment of his demography that that definitely fits that. I always worth checking out if you're a fan of his, but and you know, maybe not top show, I guess I'd say it's not good, but it's worth seeing, especially since the spoiler alert the climax of the film involves a chainsaw, oh wealth. Of course it would. Of course they were plenty of other cinematic examples of animate trees, murdering trees, interest, murderous plants. Aside from. Ins- there's the, I don't know if anyone remembers the sexy matron tree from the last unicorn, the tree becomes animate and attempts to love our hero to death or one of our two years the the mail hero smell Drik, I believe. And this sounds troubling. Yeah. She was like huge bosoms and all weird. It's it's a weird. It's a weird film. When you look back on it, let's strange elements. Scott Smith's novel, the ruins and the movie adaptation of the concerns. Main eating vines. Yeah, and they're sort of infectious, right? So he's not just the DeVine's reach out and grab you, but that there's a spore element where they contaminate you with some kind of plant germ cell, I think so, yeah. Yeah, which is interesting. We start getting into some of the the technical possibilities of mandating plants. Let's see. All ready mentioned poltergeist there. Of course the vines and evil dead, that rather notorious. Yeah, there are some man eating plant action in one thousand nine hundred seventy Chinese ghost story, which I have not seen yet after reading a synopsis of part of it yesterday I, it's moved back up to the top of mine less watchlist. You got the Wapping willow in Harry Potter you. Have you have a version of the the evil dead vines that are mentioned in cabinet in the woods, the quote, angry, molesting tree, which I think you only see like a a fragile fragment of it as it like snatches a guard in one St. man cabinet in the woods is full of just great little freeze frame moment. Oh yeah, tremendous their various kaija that giant monsters that have had plant elements to them and certainly pointing with fun guy, elements to them. And I believe one of Michael Shays nipped stories features a carnivorous plant, kind of like a Venus fly. Trap accepted. It has a like a humanoid female part in the middle to lure males inside it weird, but I don't have a clear memory of that. So maybe I'm imagining it, but it seems like the kind of thing it would be one of those stories. Now, almost all of these seem like modern fictional inventions do are there are there animated trees, animated, predatory trees or plants going back in in mythology? I would expect to find such thing. I expected to find some better examples in. I was not able to find any not to say that I did miss something, but the close to the closest example that I came across and I got excited about this was is that is this example of something called a Jiddah, and this is from the traditions and folk beliefs of the Middle East..

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"william freakin" Discussed on It Happened In Hollywood

It Happened In Hollywood

06:14 min | 3 years ago

"william freakin" Discussed on It Happened In Hollywood

"Hi, I'm Seth Abramovitch senior writer at the Hollywood reporter. And I'd like to welcome you to it happened in Hollywood. It's a new podcast. I'll be hosting with the help of my good friend. Chip pope. Hi there. That's me. I'm chip I'm a TV writer and a pop culture enthusiasts in each episode. We're going to be taking a journey backwards and time and revisiting some of the wildest chapters in Hollywood history iconic films zeitgeist TV shows infamous lawbreakers and just the random weirdness that color the place. We call LA La Land. Yes. And we think that you'll find in Hollywood the more things change the more. They stay the same. And that's what this show is about on each episode. We're going to be going to a key figure in whatever topic recovering and interviewing them. And then after the fact Seth, and I will comment on those prerecorded interviews, so let's get right to it. Welcome to the first episode of Hollywood. All right. Let's do some scene setting its December nineteen seventy three Richard Nixon one month before told a room full of reporters in Orlando, Florida. I am not a crook. Well, I'm not a crook. And in movie theaters. Cross the nation. Robert Redford, Paul Newman were playing crooks in a blockbuster hit called the sting. Then this thirty eight year old wonder canned Billy freed Ken comes along riding high. Having just won the Oscar for the French connection in seventy two. I love that. He's thirty eight year old wonderboy because the industry in nineteen seventy three's run by nine year olds he's young blood at thirty eight. He is he's whippersnapper and -ticipant for his chosen follow picture to French connection is at a fever pitch. His choice was the exercise. I now this was a big budget adaptation of smash hit novel about a little girl who gets possessed by the devil. The film was plagued by infighting delays. It went way over budget. He acted kind of crazy firing people left. And right people thought there was a curse on it yet. There was supposedly occurs. And there was all kinds of reports that this thing is going to be disaster. But when it finally came out, it became the all-time record breaking movie from Warner Brothers at the box office and went on to become one of the most admired and imitated horror films of all time. It's interesting that you should mention the sting because that was just like nostalgic entertainment that took place in the thirties. Whereas the exorcist was very edgy movie. Very hard are a hard arm and pretty much almost an ex. I mean, this is like a cold bucket. A holy water in the face of a pew Besson. Girl. I mean, even the Hollywood reporter this very publications seemed genuinely shocked by it in its review, they called it, quote, an abomination, and quote, and they call it the wretched excess of the year, but at the same time, they also suggested that it may be the most frightening movie ever made and forty five years later, it's still pretty much lays claim to that title of scariest movie ever made this week's special guest. We have the man responsible for making it. That's right director, William freakin. What throw the talk to this guy? He was great. He was absolutely wonderful. I didn't know what to expect. I thought he might be lawf- the wall get some of the films. He's made forget his age eighty two. I didn't know what we were going to get. But he was such a nice guy was just a thrill to sit at the feet of a master filmmaker.

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William Friedkin: 'The Exorcist'

It Happened In Hollywood

04:05 min | 3 years ago

William Friedkin: 'The Exorcist'

"Hi, I'm Seth Abramovitch senior writer at the Hollywood reporter. And I'd like to welcome you to it happened in Hollywood. It's a new podcast. I'll be hosting with the help of my good friend. Chip pope. Hi there. That's me. I'm chip I'm a TV writer and a pop culture enthusiasts in each episode. We're going to be taking a journey backwards and time and revisiting some of the wildest chapters in Hollywood history iconic films zeitgeist TV shows infamous lawbreakers and just the random weirdness that color the place. We call LA La Land. Yes. And we think that you'll find in Hollywood the more things change the more. They stay the same. And that's what this show is about on each episode. We're going to be going to a key figure in whatever topic recovering and interviewing them. And then after the fact Seth, and I will comment on those prerecorded interviews, so let's get right to it. Welcome to the first episode of Hollywood. All right. Let's do some scene setting its December nineteen seventy three Richard Nixon one month before told a room full of reporters in Orlando, Florida. I am not a crook. Well, I'm not a crook. And in movie theaters. Cross the nation. Robert Redford, Paul Newman were playing crooks in a blockbuster hit called the sting. Then this thirty eight year old wonder canned Billy freed Ken comes along riding high. Having just won the Oscar for the French connection in seventy two. I love that. He's thirty eight year old wonderboy because the industry in nineteen seventy three's run by nine year olds he's young blood at thirty eight. He is he's whippersnapper and -ticipant for his chosen follow picture to French connection is at a fever pitch. His choice was the exercise. I now this was a big budget adaptation of smash hit novel about a little girl who gets possessed by the devil. The film was plagued by infighting delays. It went way over budget. He acted kind of crazy firing people left. And right people thought there was a curse on it yet. There was supposedly occurs. And there was all kinds of reports that this thing is going to be disaster. But when it finally came out, it became the all-time record breaking movie from Warner Brothers at the box office and went on to become one of the most admired and imitated horror films of all time. It's interesting that you should mention the sting because that was just like nostalgic entertainment that took place in the thirties. Whereas the exorcist was very edgy movie. Very hard are a hard arm and pretty much almost an ex. I mean, this is like a cold bucket. A holy water in the face of a pew Besson. Girl. I mean, even the Hollywood reporter this very publications seemed genuinely shocked by it in its review, they called it, quote, an abomination, and quote, and they call it the wretched excess of the year, but at the same time, they also suggested that it may be the most frightening movie ever made and forty five years later, it's still pretty much lays claim to that title of scariest movie ever made this week's special guest. We have the man responsible for making it. That's right director, William freakin. What throw the talk to this guy? He was great. He was absolutely wonderful. I didn't know what to expect. I thought he might be lawf- the wall get some of the films. He's made forget his age eighty two. I didn't know what we were going to get. But he was such a nice guy was just a thrill to sit at the feet of a master filmmaker.

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"william freakin" Discussed on Raised by TV

Raised by TV

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"william freakin" Discussed on Raised by TV

"Her book felt like it had personality, but sometimes it's hard depending on who's reading it. But right now, my small little slice of audio book knowledge goes to, I only listened to memoirs, which is really cool to have the person talking about themselves. So often the subject is the one doing the reading Ellison, William freakin 's and he did the talking, which was really cool. And then I'm also re listening to a book I read and that's like maybe the coolest waves book I wanted to revisit and I'm like, maybe I should try listening to and the the guy who reads these series of books is so good. It's like a fantasy novel series. They have to be really, he does the voices for like ten different character And and it's really gone. has the dialogue down and shit. It's really, and I'm like, oh, this is. And I've been trying to run more and audiobooks and podcasting have been like the lifesaver of music that shuts my brain off even more. I think I hit a weed and put on an audio book on a job to be a little stone. I never realize it feels like hundred. Yeah. No, no, it really the way I'm going. I'm doing a half marathon in Vegas, and I intend to. My plan is just a jog on the whole time. Hydrated is hell though water. A half marathon. You're doing? Yeah, we'll see. You do know CPR. When does it. On the ground gasping next guy soak though. That's that's a long that's a long distance. I want to say I've done it. Yeah, yeah, you should. Should we switch the absolute opposite of running outdoors and talk about watching television children? I wanted to ask you both have your childhood similar or very different or like what were your experiences like extremely different things, which is crazy because we're so close. We love each other, we know each other deeply. But yeah, I grew up in Long Island. Strain baby with the age. You got that tattoo so I can get it on the same day thirty five. Okay. Maybe to a recent tat thirty six. You just got got last Christmas older, Christmas tattoo, Christmas tattoos, a miracle ghost tattoo present. Yeah, but we we talked about this on our pack as like I had a very like, like my dad was a teacher of football coach and a baseball coach. My mother was calm. A hairdresser. All her friends are gay. It's writing itself, Matt, no Long Island. My favorite experience of my life was when I got my haircut by my mom's friend named lex, and he turned me around on the chair. He wouldn't let me see what he was doing to my all time term. You're on the show like you look like a marine. I was. Talked about looks before baby. He's, he seems like a significant influence. Honestly, I didn't. I didn't experience him too much and I don't think I understood what lex was, but now looking back it was how down down him, honestly, let's get. Did Did you you have have any. any thoughts about that at the time? Like were you like, oh, there's something about this interaction. I thought he's more fun than other. What? Why is he having more fun? Especially Long Island like everyone. So like constricted by the patriarchy and like toxic masculinity is so toxic there. But let's Superfund say, yeah. You don't really realize into Yuli. We talked about this. You don't really realize until you leave like how trapped everyone is there and like everyone's, they're lovely people. But when you decide to live in the Lilan forever, like that shows up when you go back and you see that in there forever, I would tell everyone to go to Europe. You keep looking at me back me up on this. I love long. Ostra this September. Stroke. I was a lifeguard at the indoor swim center on saving line. Yeah, no, I was. I was like very much like watching TV a lot like in the base and playing video games like I was drinking a lot of soda running around the basement watching Nickelodeon and doing that whole bit. But yeah, I didn't leave Long Island. I didn't have like a, I didn't travel around a lot. Like if we went on vacation, we went to DisneyWorld drove to Florida every year. Very popular destination straight down. Your mom doesn't fly. It's like vacation you. We're going to Saint Augustine for a day..

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"william freakin" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"william freakin" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"First wherever books are souls and plays. That's Amazon. Okay. Here's yes, Amazon Barnes and noble. You pick it up at your local bookstore. Will there be an eye tunes audiobook? Yes, there's an audiobook on audible. Also. We didn't say the forward is my Mindy Kaeling. The audiobook forward is read by Mindy Kaeling. And I know there's a huge overlap and fan basis between Earl Skakel and indicating. I'm not gonna bullshit. I don't know who she is from the office. I I've never watched. It wasn't me throwing shaded her. I'm so stuck in the eighties. The last TV show I watched was Miami vice Miami vice is a hell of a show. Let's talk about riptide. Okay. Let's talk about cruise, and I've never seen cruising is one of the. Why don't you wanna talk about riptide? It answered the question. Like what? If Miami vice were sexier and funnier? I mean riptide risk. Good. But I was just such a, you know, Miami vice was the perfect mixture of eighties cheese with the music close. It hit every Mark for me. I in the eighties, I wasn't watching dramas. Our longs prefer belts. I was signed me up for the situation comedies. The were saying about cruising Alpa chino film, very dark. It's very, I know cost controversy in the gay world because it felt the gay community felt it portray them as nothing more than just like bloodthirsty horny. Yeah, we were sort of like. James has very funny bit about it, but we've always been sort of portrayed as these like weird villains. Outside of normalcy and cruising as I understand it was like a very like verite attempts to sort of represent that. But it's also sort of funny that it comes was it like eighty? One wins at nineteen eighty directed by William freakin. Wow, that's. I mean, that's a very respectable director to have on something like that. But I mean, it's so funny that the search to have to say like, ooh, gay guys sexy about grows or like like sorted gross is like you have this movie where like evil, they want to kill you. All they're doing is having blow jobs and murdering, and then like luckily, two years later. Like a disease would make it so much easier for people to say terrible gross things about gay people for the following fifteen years because come nineteen Eighty-three. You can't have a gay guy in media without him just being awful aides right now. Like, how do you think the movie Philadelphia did it help or hurt the gay community? I mean, all of these things are stepping stones and having, you know, in nineteen ninety two or ninety three. Whenever that was having beloved straight guy nobly play long-suffering gag, I who never did a wrong thing in his life was helpful to us. But now we're still in this world of like straight people thinking they're doing some gigantic noble thing by playing their best guess of what a gay person what gayness is like and that kind of. I mean, I'll like Philadelphia as hopelessly out of date, but was good for the time that it happened..

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"william freakin" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"william freakin" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Welcome back red light green light time with china into cam gentlemen how are you excellent have you been awesome thing since the last time we saw you you saw film made by one of the three men sitting here dead i should who is absolutely fantastic logan way to come right out of the gate there you saw groupers i did the first time you've seen any grouper eight was actually and i absolutely loved it and i'm not saying that just to be nice of headphones off i really like was sometimes after like funny things just so i wouldn't like miss anything or laugh over like a good line or something it was fantastic yeah it's a nice way to explain not laughing at a movie this is i wanna miss i don't want to miss anything anyway you look comfortable someone heaping praise upon you yeah i don't like that to deal with that well don't worry it's not gonna happen very often hey you seen you seen your buddy billy freaking over there he's actually abroad ray he's she's fran his wife on saturday william freakin is is a friend personal family friend and the reason i bring him up is because i was just gifted with a little youtube clip that i'd never seen before listener sent it to me i was actually watching it and going back and forth with emails with a listener who sent me this clever gave me the heads up about this clip where billy freakin totally turns off poor nicolas winding refn i in a very very brutal off oh yeah he tells him that his movie is not good face to face interviewing and and wanting ref is suggesting that he's like i get it you of made masterpiece i two of made masterpiece only good forgives and he just starts he leans back we got a medic around here need some help for this man serious you really believe the masterpiece owes uncomfortable guts guts you the whole time diana is not in his lexicon i don't think he knows he's old school exca any metoo billy freakin feel felix i'm gonna come out i heard nothing all those guys get like a statute of limitations you know that was that was the culture back then i feel like steel i mean pulaski wasn't twelve year old and a spa with jack nicholson watching different situation right now i feel like i feel like if there was a case against some of these old school guys like they could just show madman in the court just like all mad.

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"william freakin" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"william freakin" Discussed on The Canon

"But now back to films that are not on the top one hundred list shockingly the exorcist is not on the af i top one hundred list the exorcist versus exorcists three was an interesting conversation because thomas lennon believes that the excesses three is much scarier honestly i kind of agree with him but when we put this fourth what really matters most for the cannon is it a film directed by william freakin that set huge standard for what horror movies would be in the seventies or is it a film the guy who wrote the exorcist who put his heart and soul into making terrifying film in nineteen ninety that also influenced lot of stuff i feel like seven so when we put it to you the listener hears the kind of things that y'all wrote voter chet royce writes the exorcist is overrated the exorcist three is underrated but one is a trail blazingly iconic blockbuster that captivated the entire planet while the other is an unexpectedly exceptional curio wants simply belongs the other doesn't but i'm voting for three anyway because it's better voter air wan kanobi rights i really love the exorcist three and two years ago i would have chosen this one but then says airline kanobi they started watch the excess a lot and they really loved the exorcist use of music as aaron kanobi writes the snippets of modern classical music especially penderecki make it even more creepy and i wonder how much kubrick was inspired by this for the shining that's an interesting point i've never thought about that aaron kanobi also points out mike oldfield's tubular bells that these sound of the exorcist which is not original film music and his only used twice in the entire film in for a very brief period of time at that but it's still viewed as one of the most iconic pieces of music in horror cinema on par with halloween and psycho so both are fantastic movies in my opinion but the exorcist is a real masterpiece and one of the most important films of all time voter m r m one one three eight wrote overly terrific owed to william peter blatty that i loved a lot and points out that it's ironic that a man who started out as a.

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"william freakin" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"william freakin" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"Thank you very much nikki gateshead okay so basically the role of a producer can very enormously from a producer who can be you know a hands on producer and of course actually in the old days of hollywood the producer was the person you remembered in the director was just a hired hand who came into the job right the way down to an executive producer who may be somebody whose name is on the movie for contractual reasons member william freakin telling me that the guy who had an exact producer credit moving produce credit on french connection he literally hadn't met before they met at the academy awards so it can be a wide range of things everything from being really hands on and effectively controlling everything to being just completely distant and in the background if he's not a single defined role sure okay so for nick specifically so therefore it could be fundamental in the arctic steering of film could be could be completely contractual or it might just be to do with with with financing in the case of michael bay because it's his company he is he gets a producer credit as opposed to he is the producer of the film so he my sis my suspicion i don't know i haven't read the interviews my suspicion is that he you know is that what he did was allowed joan krinsky to make the movie he wanted to make and because it look that's how it looks to me but he was he would have been able to crack the whip anyway he wanted to because he was you know use the producer i i think i can say i've had caused to watch the work of film produces recently.

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"william freakin" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"william freakin" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"I get to eat it i can just try it again the next day he can go eat his applesauce which is the main thing that he consumes and even if you're not katie riches fussy toddler it's spring which means like i don't know i get really excited about changing the seasons and what that means reproduce and all that sort of stuff and i'm excited for everything that's coming like kale season lemon parmesan kale with seared steaks and russet potatoes another one or tow karachi popcorn chicken with sweet chili cabbage slaw like what can we wear delightful so if you want to check up lou apron which is the number one fresh ingredient and recipe delivery service in the country you can check out this week's menu and get your thirty dollars off at blue apron dot com slash little gold men blue apron is a better way to cook so here with to introduce this next segment this fascinating interview between gambled all toro and william freakin we have nick dawson the editor in chief at talk house film nick thanks for joining us thank you really good to be with you yeah so you came to us with this conversation that you were going to get these two now oscar winning directors on the line together and you guys do this talk house all the time you get these really notable people in conversation with each other but as i understand it getting gerald toro for an interview weeks after his oscar win was not the easiest thing you've ever put together how did this august symbol he and i were deeming on twitter like a couple of weeks before the oscars and i float to the idea of nine with with freakin because of frequency movie the devil in father remorse and he was super excited to do that he literally i would send him a message and he'd respond with ten minutes and i was like this is so easy and he's always been kind of an accessible guy like even now that he's such a big deal he's always seemed like one of those directors who is.

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