5 Hidden Gems Thriller Movie 2019


Hello everyone, and welcome to my channel. 2019 has been a great year for thriller fans,
John Wick and Knives Out, among others, were highly entertaining. Today we’ll take a look at 5 great titles
that might not be as popular but still have good quality and surprisingly excellent performances. I will try to include variety of choice from
action, mystery and even comedy, Number 5. Hotel Mumbai Based on a true event, Hotel Mumbai is a story
about 2008 terrorist attack on Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. It follows the staffs and guests of the hotel
as they try to survive the grueling attack. There’s always concern on recreating a piece
of history, but Hotel Mumbai is carefully crafted for the suspense while also maintaining
respect for original source. Cinematography takes full advantage of the
gorgeous hotel scenery. This is a survival tale from dusk till dawn
told with great perspective. Lesser movies would use quick editing, but
here Hotel Mumbai knows how to handle its action scenes, and presents the full scope
of the event without being too exaggerated. This means Hotel Mumbai is not going to be
another Die Hard. There’s quite the power dynamic between
the hotel crews and the guests, mainly a couple from England and a shady character from Russia. However, Hotel Mumbai also gives ample time
to the police, bystanders, and even the terrorists themselves. We witness their motivation or how they fare
under pressure, and with good controlled pacing, it never feels overwhelming. While it excels on the technical department,
the human drama makes Hotel Mumbai a compelling watch, and at times even humble and honest. Number 4. Triple Frontier Half action thriller and half heist drama,
Triple Frontier is the more gritty and high-octane movie on the list. Story follows a private military contractor
who comes into information about a rich and cruel drug lord in South America. As it was written in heist movie textbook,
the rogue hero must negotiate with the informant, assemble his misfit crew and eventually tries
to hit the drug lord, lethally and financially. It has quite the star power with Ben Affleck,
Charlie Hunnam and Oscar Isaac signing up for the military oriented team. For a heist movie, it’s quite a straightforward
one, relying more on the action. Fortunately, the characters have more depth
than just ordinary gunslingers. Credit to the actors who bring intensity,
flaws and conflict to the screen with strong performances. A few unorthodox spins to the formula keep
it interesting, and show the chemistry between characters as they are put in one predicament
after another. Triple Frontier is beautifully shot, not many
heist movies are set in jungle or mountain but the cinematography here holds up pretty
well, especially on the second act. The grimy rainy visual adds more to the atmosphere,
and it doesn’t let up when it goes into combat either. Momentum might slow down a bit towards the
end but for those wanting action heist thriller, Triple frontier is a solid watch. Number 3. Daniel Isn’t Real This movie proves that an old fashioned formula
can still be engaging with good execution and performance. The story follows Luke, a young photographer
and student who has an imaginary friend, Daniel. Both the main leads deliver amazing performances. Miles Robbins as Luke captures the dread of
being haunted by mental illness. While Patrick Schwarzenegger, yes, the son
of Arnold, plays the more dominant and often cruel Daniel. The premise may seem familiar, but there’s
enough thrill and twist to elevate the movie into something more than a cliché. There’s clever dialogue and use of psychological
tension to keep you guessing and without spoiling anything it has excellent elements from horror
and mystery as well. I’d even say Daniel Isn’t Real brings
more horror than some of its peers from this year, while still maintaining strong grip
on the psychological aspect. Luke would appear normal at times but we can
see he is slowly consumed by the struggle, the movie takes good care on the theme of
mental trauma. Both the little gestures as sign of anxiety
and the more grandeur horror element are presented with equal excellence. It’s a terrifying and also a contemplating
experience. Number 2. Ready or Not Perhaps the best marriage of comedy and thriller
from this year, Ready or Not is such a fun ride through family feud. Story revolves around Grace who is married
to a rich family. There’s only one catch, she must play a
random game on midnight of the weeding night. The game takes a malicious turn into a survival
game, with Grace as the unwitting participant. Ready or Not is directed in concise and enjoyable
fashion. It jumps from comedic scene to sometimes horror
slasher flick with such ease and delight. The characters are so fun to watch in all
of their dysfunctional glory. These are rich spoiled unpleasant people and
the movie gives all the sweet joy of unbridled revenge thriller. The visual is over the top with every scene
filled with riches and opulence, making more impact as the contrasting carnage hits. It’s funny almost the entire time, yet there’s
a good piece of drama as well. Ready or Not is a festivity, unapologetically
entertaining, unexpectedly gory, and it’s absolutely one of the most fun I’ve had
with thriller from this year. Number 1. Uncut Gems Adam Sandler just came out of nowhere with
Uncut Gems, not only it’s a far cry from his usual comedy antic, but it’s also one
of his best works. There’s a level of energy here other films
just cannot replicate. Story follows Adam Sandler’s character Howard,
a man who runs a jewel store in New York as he lies, gambles and digs himself into increasingly
dangerous situations. Uncut Gems looks like a crime drama thriller
out of the 80s or Grand Theft Auto video games. It’s grimy, loud and it presents New York
bloody dirty secret in back alley dealings and glittering penthouse affair. It’s a crazy ride without any breaks, some
of the scenes are so absurd, like Kevin Garnett using a gem to boost his basketball mojo,
yet these shenanigans are so damn captivating. Cinematography is on a different league, it
conveys so much of the setting. You would feel both uncomfortable and familiar
at the same time as Howard meets with questionable characters, making just as questionable decisions. There are so many subplots and characters
thrown at the screen relentlessly. Most movie would falter on at least one aspect,
but uncut Gems struts with so much confidence you’d believe it cannot fail, and it doesn’t. Uncut Gems is nothing less than a treasure
for thriller genre, it’s a dirty crime thriller in the most glittering captivating spectacle. That’s it for the list, thank you so much
for watching. Please leave a like, comment and subscribe. I make 3 videos every week, have a great and
I’ll see you in the next one.

🚑COMAN INJURY CONSPIRACY!🚑 (Bayern Munich vs Tottenham 3-1 Parody)

🚑COMAN INJURY CONSPIRACY!🚑 (Bayern Munich vs Tottenham 3-1 Parody)


During Bayern vs Spurs, this happened! An innocent injury or, another Champions League conspiracy? The German Hitman Theory Oh, what a shame,
SUB ME ON!! The Dutch Hitman Theory Oh what a shame, yes I can come out of retirement!
SUB ME ON! The Polish Hitman Theory YES! Of course I hit the target! Sorry Kingsley! Goals to score, records to break! SUB ME ON! The English Shitman theory Go away! I’m not doing any interviews until the election is over! And The Danish Hitman Theory Hey Kingsley, I don’t mean to alarm you but my private investigator just called and said… …Jan Vertonghen has gone into your house. With your wife… I need to get home to my wife! It worked! Now go and do it on the rest of the team… – But…
– Don’t make me “Luke Shaw” you… Which way do you think he was?
Click “i” to vote now.

The Time Zack Morris Faked A Terminal Illness To Win A Celebrity Kissing Bet


♪ Zack Morris is Trash ♪ (school bell ringing) – [Narrator] Stevie the
pop star is coming back to her middle school to perform. Zack lays claim to her famous flesh. Lisa, president of Stevie’s fan club, in certain Stevie will have no interest in Zack’s immature ass. Here’s Stevie! Zack bet Nikki he could kiss Stevie and claims he already
won on a technicality because he kissed her poster, pathetic! If he wins, Nikki has to wash
his gym clothes for a year, attempting to force his
unwanted physical advances and housework on two women
at the same damn time. Stevie’s so happy to
see someone who knew her back when she was still Colleen. Miss Bliss learns Stevie’s at a hotel and insists she stay at her place. Stevie is pumped about her show and wants to sing a song
for one special student. Word is out Stevie’s looking
for someone to serenade. Zack intends to be that someone then leverage the moment for a kiss. – She won’t be able to say no
while the cameras are rolling. – [Narrator] It should come as no surprise Zack’s moving to Hollywood next year. A wigless Stevie got accepted to college, and despite her management’s
career concerns, she’s excited to find herself
through higher education because she’s got a good
head on her shoulders, especially without that wig. Zack hounds Lisa for info on Stevie he can use to win his carnal wager. Stevie loves charities and
lost causes, but how lost? – Earthquake relief, world
hunger, children’s hospitals. – Ding! – [Narrator] Zack is
suddenly not feeling great. Neither am I. Stevie picked a winner, Zack Morris! His doctor sent her a note, saying his dying wish is a Stevie song. Hopefully, it will add a few extra days to his over-any-minute-now life. P.S. Don’t be afraid to kiss him. He’s not contagious. Where did this guy go to med school? Belding announces Zack will
be onstage with Stevie. Miss Bliss wants to know his secret. Zack says he was just born lucky, which is accurate as he does
not have a fatal disease. Belding tells Zack he knows. Zack does his best
death-bed cough, pathetic! Belding alerts Mylo that Zack is on his way out, so be nice. Zack takes delight in his
new power of manipulation. He tells Belding to keep this quiet. He doesn’t want people
treating him differently, the only reason he’s doing this. Belding says it’s their secret. Oh, and he’s clearing Zack’s
atrocious academic record. But wanting to help, Belding showed Zack’s note to Miss Bliss, who wants to know how she
can ease his final days. Zack was feeling a little
weak during their last test. An A would really help. Of course! By the way, what is killing Zack? Clearly, it’s not his conscience. Zack says it’s a rare
case of, uh, deskarosis. Best he can come up with, pathetic! Miss Bliss says her grandpa had that. She knows the cure. You just need to hop up and down to shake loose all that
bullshit you’re full of! She can’t believe she has to say this, but you are not supposed
to lie about dying! It caused Belding real pain, Zack’s favorite part of the scam. And he hurt Stevie. Zack doesn’t care. She’s just some broad
who’s gonna sing to him. Won’t be the first, won’t be the last. Miss Bliss can’t believe
she also has to say this, but Zack’s Stevie song is off. Zack goes to apologize
at Miss Bliss’ house to maybe get that song back
and bumps into Colleen. She asks if Zack really
made a bet to kiss Stevie. – I guess you think she’s pretty hot. – Nah. – Nah? – Okay, she’s not a dog. – [Narrator] What a charmer. Zack tells Colleen to
deliver his apology for him, mistaking her for his
personal apology secretary, then tells Colleen to tell
Miss Bliss to tell Stevie she’s a real dummy for quitting
music to go to college. Stevie had it made because all Zack values is money, not learning, and what he assumes to
be a life of doing zilch. Colleen drops some knowledge
on Zack’s boring ass that entertainment is hard work. Then, psychology attacked
to feel Zack’s approval is the only thing keeping
her from being a dog, goes in for a kiss that is
way more than Zack can handle. Pathetic! The gang is gathered for Stevie’s show. Nikki has gym clothes for Zack to wash because he’s too dense
to understand he won. Wow, what a show! What a really weird show. This show is very weird. Zack says Stevie’s weird show was awesome. Her friends call her Colleen. Zack, realizing he’s the victor, screams like a spaz that
he kissed that girl. Only, nobody believes
him, listens, or cares because no matter what,
he’s still a loser. Let’s review. Zack Morris gambled over a celebrity kiss to make his female classmate
wash his sweaty clothes, and when he learned his
target has a kind heart, abused that knowledge by
faking a terminal illness to guilt her into kissing him, then expanded his
charade, exploiting anyone who would be foolish enough to
grant him one last kindness. Then, while attempting apology by proxy, which is not a thing, called the young lady he gambled on stupid for wanting to go to college,
and when he got that kiss, that he only got by being a jerk, and was too slow to know
occurred, couldn’t just enjoy it and had to yell about it
like a little blonde weenie. Zack Morris is trash! ♪ Zack Morris is Trash ♪ (school bell ringing)

You And Me – Lifehouse Cover + OUTTAKES – Morgan Flinchum and Lucas Fernandes


Hey what’s up?! I’m Lucas I’m Morgan and we will sing for you the song “You and Me” from Lifehouse so.. just gotta say something? I’m Morgan c’mon um I’m from Italy you notice his accent My accent is so normal it’s weird ? It’s normal yea it’s weird he’s kidding me he’s kidding me all the time so your accent I wuh wauh..%#? I just want to hear your accent in Portuguese right now Nao tenho n-nenhum sotaque (thick accent) Haha that accent’s so weird Sou Carioca po’ No it’s weird so I thought you said you’re from Italy We’re in Rio We’re gunna play some music for you I hope you’re ready I wanna, wanna play something in Italian ok here we go Enjoy itLucas: What day is it? And in what month?
This clock never seemed so alive I can’t keep up and I can’t back down
I’ve been losing so much time ‘Cause it’s you and me and all of the people with nothing to do, nothing to lose And it’s you and me and all of the people
And I don’t know why I can’t keep my eyes off of you Morgan: All of the things that I want to say just aren’t coming out right.. blip.. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!! Ho ha ho Why? WHYY?! Nao podia achar (accent) aye aye (Italian hand gesture) I have one job to do Ahh c’mon! I have one verse No, I have many jobs to do You’re wrong, the just one verse you have and you’re wrong at it Let’s pick back up No. I don’t want to record again I will not record again, man We have to record again No Yea No, forget it C’mon No C’mooon Lucas: I can’t keep my eyes off of you … Morgan: All of the things that I want to say just aren’t coming out right.. I’m ‘tripping on words’ You got my head spinning I don’t know where to go from here Both: ‘Cause it’s you and me and all of the people with nothing to do, nothing to prove/ not one to lose ??.. And it’s you and me and all of the people And I don’t know why I can’t keep my eyes off of youLucas: ‘Cause it’s you and me and all of the people with nothing to do, nothing to lose And it’s you and me and ‘Awvuhwoo’ (?) people And I don’t know why I can’t keep my eyes off of you bravo yea I’m wrong something, but.. It’s good Everybody, from Rio de Janeiro Lucas Morgan See you next time Ciao, tchau, chow?

First Aid on the Streets, Ep. 1: CPR


“Ah, ah, ah, ah, staying alive, staying alive Ah, ah, ah, ah, staying alive, staying alive” I might be a professional comedian but there’s nothing funny about providing first aid care That’s why I became a certified first aid instructor with the Canadian Red Cross and I’m headed to the streets to find out what you know about providing first aid care. Hey, hi, excuse me, this is not an emergency situation, I just want to talk to you about first aid, okay? Yeah, for sure. So how do you determine where to give a proper compression? Where do you think it is? Probably more centre of the chest. If you put your hand up like this and put it in your arm pit, right up to the top, then come straight across to the middle, right? You’ve got to be able to find with your palm where to go. Okay. “Staying Alive, Staying Alive, ah, ah, ah, ah, Staying Alive, Staying Alive” “Ah, ah, ah, ah, Staying Alive”… Place your hand and put it right underneath the armpit. So as soon as you slide right the chest to the centre, that’s exactly where you’ll start. Hi I’m Chris the mannequin And I want you to go to redcross.ca to sign up for a First Aid course so you can get the knowledge, skills, and the preparation to help people in an emergency situation. Just to be sure, by watching this video doesn’t mean you’re qualified to provide the first aid skills we’ve been talking about and any time you want to provide care, always ask first.

What’s so funny about mental illness? | Ruby Wax

What’s so funny about mental illness? | Ruby Wax


Translator: Joseph Geni
Reviewer: Morton Bast One in four people suffer from some sort of mental illness, so if it was one, two, three, four, it’s you, sir. You. Yeah. (Laughter) With the weird teeth. And you next to him. (Laughter) You know who you are. Actually, that whole row isn’t right. (Laughter) That’s not good. Hi. Yeah. Real bad. Don’t even look at me. (Laughter) I am one of the one in four. Thank you. I think I inherit it from my mother, who, used to crawl around the house on all fours. She had two sponges in her hand, and then she had two tied to her knees. My mother was completely absorbent. (Laughter) And she would crawl around behind me going, “Who brings footprints into a building?!” So that was kind of a clue that things weren’t right. So before I start, I would like to thank the makers of Lamotrigine, Sertraline, and Reboxetine, because without those few simple chemicals, I would not be vertical today. So how did it start? My mental illness — well, I’m not even going to talk about my mental illness. What am I going to talk about? Okay. I always dreamt that, when I had my final breakdown, it would be because I had a deep Kafkaesque existentialist revelation, or that maybe Cate Blanchett would play me and she would win an Oscar for it. (Laughter) But that’s not what happened. I had my breakdown during my daughter’s sports day. There were all the parents sitting in a parking lot eating food out of the back of their car — only the English — eating their sausages. They loved their sausages. (Laughter) Lord and Lady Rigor Mortis were nibbling on the tarmac, and then the gun went off and all the girlies started running, and all the mummies went, “Run! Run Chlamydia! Run!” (Laughter) “Run like the wind, Veruca! Run!” And all the girlies, girlies running, running, running, everybody except for my daughter, who was just standing at the starting line, just waving, because she didn’t know she was supposed to run. So I took to my bed for about a month, and when I woke up I found I was institutionalized, and when I saw the other inmates, I realized that I had found my people, my tribe. (Laughter) Because they became my only friends, they became my friends, because very few people that I knew — Well, I wasn’t sent a lot of cards or flowers. I mean, if I had had a broken leg or I was with child I would have been inundated, but all I got was a couple phone calls telling me to perk up. Perk up. Because I didn’t think of that. (Laughter) (Laughter) (Applause) Because, you know, the one thing, one thing that you get with this disease, this one comes with a package, is you get a real sense of shame, because your friends go, “Oh come on, show me the lump, show me the x-rays,” and of course you’ve got nothing to show, so you’re, like, really disgusted with yourself because you’re thinking, “I’m not being carpet-bombed. I don’t live in a township.” So you start to hear these abusive voices, but you don’t hear one abusive voice, you hear about a thousand — 100,000 abusive voices, like if the Devil had Tourette’s, that’s what it would sound like. But we all know in here, you know, there is no Devil, there are no voices in your head. You know that when you have those abusive voices, all those little neurons get together and in that little gap you get a real toxic “I want to kill myself” kind of chemical, and if you have that over and over again on a loop tape, you might have yourself depression. Oh, and that’s not even the tip of the iceberg. If you get a little baby, and you abuse it verbally, its little brain sends out chemicals that are so destructive that the little part of its brain that can tell good from bad just doesn’t grow, so you might have yourself a homegrown psychotic. If a soldier sees his friend blown up, his brain goes into such high alarm that he can’t actually put the experience into words, so he just feels the horror over and over again. So here’s my question. My question is, how come when people have mental damage, it’s always an active imagination? How come every other organ in your body can get sick and you get sympathy, except the brain? I’d like to talk a little bit more about the brain, because I know you like that here at TED, so if you just give me a minute here, okay. Okay, let me just say, there’s some good news. There is some good news. First of all, let me say, we’ve come a long, long way. We started off as a teeny, teeny little one-celled amoeba, tiny, just sticking onto a rock, and now, voila, the brain. Here we go. (Laughter) This little baby has a lot of horsepower. It comes completely conscious. It’s got state-of-the-art lobes. We’ve got the occipital lobe so we can actually see the world. We got the temporal lobe so we can actually hear the world. Here we’ve got a little bit of long-term memory, so, you know that night you want to forget, when you got really drunk? Bye-bye! Gone. (Laughter) So actually, it’s filled with 100 billion neurons just zizzing away, electrically transmitting information, zizzing, zizzing. I’m going to give you a little side view here. I don’t know if you can get that here. (Laughter) So, zizzing away, and so — (Laughter) — And for every one — I know, I drew this myself. Thank you. For every one single neuron, you can actually have from 10,000 to 100,000 different connections or dendrites or whatever you want to call it, and every time you learn something, or you have an experience, that bush grows, you know, that bush of information. Can you imagine, every human being is carrying that equipment, even Paris Hilton? (Laughter) Go figure. But I got a little bad news for you folks. I got some bad news. This isn’t for the one in four. This is for the four in four. We are not equipped for the 21st century. Evolution did not prepare us for this. We just don’t have the bandwidth, and for people who say, oh, they’re having a nice day, they’re perfectly fine, they’re more insane than the rest of us. Because I’ll show you where there might be a few glitches in evolution. Okay, let me just explain this to you. When we were ancient man — (Laughter) — millions of years ago, and we suddenly felt threatened by a predator, okay? — (Laughter) — we would — Thank you. I drew these myself. (Laughter) Thank you very much. Thank you. Thank you. (Applause) Thank you. Anyway, we would fill up with our own adrenaline and our own cortisol, and then we’d kill or be killed, we’d eat or we’d be eaten, and then suddenly we’d de-fuel, and we’d go back to normal. Okay. So the problem is, nowadays, with modern man— (Laughter) — when we feel in danger, we still fill up with our own chemical but because we can’t kill traffic wardens — (Laughter) — or eat estate agents, the fuel just stays in our body over and over, so we’re in a constant state of alarm, a constant state. And here’s another thing that happened. About 150,000 years ago, when language came online, we started to put words to this constant emergency, so it wasn’t just, “Oh my God, there’s a saber-toothed tiger,” which could be, it was suddenly, “Oh my God, I didn’t send the email. Oh my God, my thighs are too fat. Oh my God, everybody can see I’m stupid. I didn’t get invited to the Christmas party!” So you’ve got this nagging loop tape that goes over and over again that drives you insane, so, you see what the problem is? What once made you safe now drives you insane. I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but somebody has to be. Your pets are happier than you are. (Laughter) (Applause) So kitty cat, meow, happy happy happy, human beings, screwed. (Laughter) Completely and utterly — so, screwed. But my point is, if we don’t talk about this stuff, and we don’t learn how to deal with our lives, it’s not going to be one in four. It’s going to be four in four who are really, really going to get ill in the upstairs department. And while we’re at it, can we please stop the stigma? Thank you. (Applause) (Applause) Thank you.

Chris Pine’s Finger Injury

Chris Pine’s Finger Injury


– I LOVE THE MOVIE.
– OH, THANK YOU. – YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT’S
GONNA HAPPEN, AND IT’S REALLY… – WE’RE SO SORRY
YOU GOT CUT OUT. – REALLY GOOD.
YOU KNOW, CAN YOU TELL ME WHY? – IT WAS–YOU KNOW,
YOU WERE STEALING THE LIGHT. – OH, YEP, I CAN SEE THAT. I CAN SEE WHERE–YEAH. – YOU DID ME A BIG FAVOR BY…
– BOWING OUT? – BY BOWING OUT. – YOU’RE RIGHT.
I DID STEAL THAT SCENE. UM… NO, IT’S REALLY–
I THOUGHT, ESPECIALLY THAT, ‘CAUSE THAT’S HOW–IT’S KIND
OF ONE OF THE FIRST SCENES. IT OPENS UP REAL BIG. – YEAH, THAT’S ONE
OF MY FAVORITE SCENES, IS, I COME TO MOSCOW,
AND I’M AN ANALYST, SO THIS IS MY FIRST TIME
KIND OF BEING IN THE REAL WORLD, AND I ENCOUNTER
THIS VERY LARGE GENTLEMAN, AND I GET INTO THIS FIGHT
WITH HIM, AND TALKED TO KEN,
THE DIRECTOR, ABOUT IT, AND OFTENTIMES IN ACTION FILMS,
YOU GET INTO THESE FIGHTS AND PEOPLE DIE,
AND YOU GET INTO ACTION SCENES AND NO ONE’S SWEATING. NO ONE’S FREAKING OUT THAT, YOU
KNOW, YOU HAVE TO INFLICT SOME, YOU KNOW, PRETTY HEAVY STUFF, SO WE WANTED TO SEE
WHAT IT WAS LIKE TO HAVE A REAL GUY
IN THAT SITUATION AND HOW HE WOULD REACT
AND THE FEAR THAT, YOU KNOW, COMES WITH THAT. – AND HOW LONG DID IT TAKE? ‘CAUSE THAT WAS REALLY–I MEAN,
I’M SURE THAT WAS NOT YOU. THAT HAD TO BE
SOME STUNT PEOPLE, ‘CAUSE THERE’S–HOW LONG
DID IT TAKE TO SHOOT THAT? – THAT WAS ABOUT, I THINK,
A WEEK. YOU KNOW, IT TAKES A LOT
OF CHOREOGRAPHY TO FIGURE– EVEN IN A SMALL,
CONFINED PLACE– THE FIGHT TAKES PLACE
IN A BATHROOM, THEN THEY BUILT
THE SET OBVIOUSLY– BUT IT TAKES A WHILE TO FIGURE
OUT THE CHOREOGRAPHY, AND MIDWAY THROUGH,
I ACTUALLY BROKE MY FINGER IN A VERY DANGEROUS STUNT. I LOVE SAYING THAT. I FEEL SO HARDCORE. UM… – HOW DID YOU BREAK YOUR FINGER
AND THEN DO THE– BECAUSE DIDN’T YOU HAVE TO WEAR
A SPLINT? – I DID HAVE A SPLINT,
BUT IT WASN’T, LIKE– IT WASN’T IN THE MIDST OF ANY,
LIKE, GREAT– I JUST FEEL LIKE SUCH A– – HOW DID YOU DO IT? WELL, IT WAS–SO I’M THROWING
THIS HAYMAKER PUNCH, AND IN FILM/ACTING FIGHT TIME,
IT’S NOT– YOU DON’T ACTUALLY THROW
A PUNCH. YOU HAVE TO THROW
THESE KIND OF WIDE PUNCHES TO MAKE IT SEEM–
SO THE CAMERA CAN SEE IT. – HERE, PUNCH ME.
I’LL SHOW YOU. – SURE.
LIKE THIS, RIGHT? BAM. – EXCEPT YOU SAW THAT SIDE. IT’S SUPPOSED TO GO
THE OTHER SIDE. – WAIT A MINUTE.
– OKAY. DID IT LOOK LIKE HE HIT ME?
– THAT GOOD? – NO, NOT AT ALL. – HIGH FIVE. – IT DIDN’T LOOK REAL AT ALL. – WE’RE PROFESSIONALS. – SO YOU’RE DOING THAT. – SO ANYWAYS, SO I’M DOING IT,
AND IT WAS A LONG DAY, AND I JUST KIND OF–
I DID IT LAZILY, AND MY FINGER JUST SWIPED
HIS JACKET. IT WAS JUST KIND OF LIKE
VERY, VERY… – OH, NO. – UNMASCULINE. THAT’S THE WORD.
– OH, NO. – AND THEN THERE IS DEFINITELY
FOOTAGE OF ME GOING DOWN IN A HEAP OF JUST…”AH!” YEAH. JUST AWFUL, AWFUL SOUNDS. – BUT TO–HOW CAN YOU– WELL, YOU MUST’VE BEEN GOING
VERY FAST TO BREAK– – A VERY FAST SLAP. – A VERY… [both laugh] – OH, THAT’S SAD. BUT IT’S VERY PHYSICAL. THERE’S A LOT OF RUNNING.
– YEAH. – YOU HAD TO BE IN GOOD SHAPE. AND YOU’RE WORKING
WITH KEVIN COSTNER, WHO’S FANTASTIC IN IT AS WELL. – I MEAN, HE’S–
HE IS SUCH A COWBOY. WE SHOWED UP TO THE– WE WERE DOING PRESS,
AND HE WAS IN HIS CUFFED JEANS AND HIS COWBOY BOOTS
AND HIS VEST. AND, YOU KNOW,
YOU FORGET THAT HE WAS– I MEAN, HE’S “BULL DURHAM.” HE’S “DANCES WITH WOLVES.” AT MY AGE, AT 33, I THINK HE WAS
MAKING “DANCES WITH WOLVES.” I MEAN, HE’S AN ICON, SO IT WAS INCREDIBLE. – YEAH, HE’S A GREAT GUY. – GREAT GUY.
AND HE’S GOT A BAND. I MEAN, HE’S GOT A LOT OF STUFF
GOING ON. – YEAH, AND YOU SHOT– AND YOU ACTUALLY SHOT IN RUSSIA,
DIDN’T YOU? – WE SHOT–
YEAH, WE SHOT MOST OF IT, ACTUALLY, IN ENGLAND, IN LONDON,
AND AROUND THERE, AND MOVIE MAGIC MAKES IT LOOK
LIKE IT’S MOSCOW. BUT WE DID DO, LIKE,
TWO DAYS OF GUERILLA FILMMAKING IN THE HEART OF MOSCOW. – YEAH. IT’S A BEAUTIFUL CITY, AND I THINK THERE–YOU KNOW,
THERE’S A LOT GOING ON WITH THEM RIGHT NOW
WITH THE OLYMPICS BEING THERE AND THEIR STANCE
ON THEIR POLICIES, AND YOU’VE BEEN VERY OUTSPOKEN
ABOUT THAT, WHICH I THINK IS GREAT. – YOU KNOW, I HAVE
CERTAIN FEELINGS ABOUT IT. I KNOW–YOU KNOW,
I’M A FRIEND OF ZACH QUINTO, AND I’M VERY SENSITIVE
TO THAT ISSUE. AND OBVIOUSLY, THEIR POLICY
ON IT IS NOT– I MEAN, IT’S ARCHAIC AND NOT
OF THE 21ST CENTURY, CLEARLY. – IT’S NOT, AND IT’S A SHAME. IT’S A BEAUTIFUL CITY.
IT’S AN AMAZING PLACE. – IT’S A STUNNING CITY.
IT’S SO MUCH HIST– WHAT I FIND, LIKE, DRIVING IN
FROM THE AIRPORT, YOU HAVE ALL THESE LAYERS
OF HISTORY. YOU GET THE COMMUNIST BLOCK, WHICH IS KIND OF CONCRETE,
YOU KNOW, 50-STORY TALL
APARTMENT BUILDINGS, BUT THE CLOSER YOU GET
INTO THE CITY, IT BECOMES THIS KIND OF
INTERESTING SERPENTINE, COBBLESTONE STREET. I MEAN, YOU FORGET THAT,
YOU KNOW, IT WAS ONLY, WHATEVER– A HUNDRED YEARS AGO, IT WAS
A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT WORLD. – YEAH, YEAH. IT’S A BEAUTIFUL–VISUALLY,
IT’S A BEAUTIFUL FILM TO WATCH, IN EVERY ASPECT. – YEAH. – ALL RIGHT, WE’LL TAKE A BREAK,
AND WE’LL BE BACK WITH CHRIS. [cheers and applause]

Daybreak | Official Trailer | Netflix

Daybreak | Official Trailer | Netflix


(dramatic music) – Hey bros, what does the golf team do to those who crash our party? – Take another fucking
step and you’re dead. – Well fuck you, loser! (laughing) – (screaming) Is this what
you were trying to do?! – I was trying to cut it clean off! It was gonna be rad! That’s me, Josh. And I’ve got a killer origin story. (school bell ringing) It’s got fights, (laughing) drama, – Josh, this is Sam. – [Josh] and love. – You’re challenging, Josh Wheeler. And I do like a challenge. – [Josh] But then, this happened. (explosion) – So what’s life like
during the apocalypse? It’s awesome. There’s no rules left, because adults turned into
what we call “ghoulies”. (growling) The world is backwards, I just fit in way better now. Sure, there are still jocks, – Ow! – [Josh] Nerds, and cheerleaders, but I have everything I ever wanted. – But it’s not about having cool shit, it’s about being cool as shit. – Wesley Fists? – [Wesley] I’m on a path to redemption. We are free. We can do anything. – I couldn’t pull off those pants. – No. No you cannot. ♪ Moving forward ♪ ♪ Using all my breath ♪ – [Angelica] Look, we’re
all searching for something. – Sam is out there. And I’m not giving up until I find her. – You can’t just leave us! – I agree with the petulant dwarf, you require our assistance. – [Angelica] We’re making
something important here. Our own tribe. A family by choice. – ‘Sup, turds? – This is why I avoid people. ♪ I’ll stop the world and melt with you ♪ – Your skills, Angelica’s brains, my swords, ain’t nothing we can’t do together! ♪ I’ll stop the world ♪ (cheering) – [Josh] So what’s life
like in the apocalypse? It’s never what you’d expect. – Sorry to interrupt, but your sword is still
stuck in my fucking hand! – It’s stuck in the bone! – (laughing) Bone. ♪ I’ll stop the world and melt with you ♪

Toyota 4Runner- Everything You Need To Know | Up To Speed

Toyota 4Runner- Everything You Need To Know | Up To Speed


CLIMBING! HAULING! MUDDING! MORE CLIMBING! Since 1984, it’s been cruising across america,
hauling surfboards, skis, and friggin’ boats. It’s a good-looking, rugged machine (just like me) that evolved to a grand embodiment of off road,
high-tech mastery. And the resell value…Ain’t bad. This is everything you need to get up to speed
on the Toyota 4Runner. A lot of our stories start with the head of
design, or the CEO of a car company having a blast of inspiration. But in this case, the idea percolated from the bottom up. In 1980, Jack Safro- a motivated Toyota Dealer
from Wisconsin, came up with an idea. This guy had been selling toyotas since 1967. And lemme tell ya- he frickin’ loved the things. Toyota trucks? Loved them. Four wheelers? Loved them. But, Wisconsin, it’s a cold place. Wouldn’t it be nice to have all the… “SPORT” capabilities of four wheel drive,
but an enclosed space to keep you, your dogs, and all your other crap warm, you know to get more “UTILITY” out of your “VEHICLE?” Safro hit up Winnebago who was just a couple
states away, and he was like: “Yo, Winnebago, if I get some Toyota trucks over here, can you guys like put backs on them for me?” “YEAH”. “We’re Winnebago. We turn cars into houses”. So Toyota agreed to the partnership and sent
over some bare-bones versions of the Hilux. What this new Marriage birthed was the “Toyota
Trekker.” It’s actually…er…Trekkie About 1500 Trekkers were sold. They featured a rear seat and a storage area,
covered by a fiberglass canopy. 1500, while not a huge number, was 100% of
the modified toyotas. And Toyota’s like: “yo, we sold out
of those weird truck cars… maybe we just make them less ‘winnebago’,
and more Toyota.” “Cut out the middle man, great job boss. Let me know what I got to do” “Dude my job is not letting you know what you need to do.” “Yeah right, totally dude. I’m sorry.” “I only hired you because you’re married to my sister and if you don’t improve quickly, I’m gonna chop your fuckin’ head off.” “What?” “I didn’t mean that, I’ve got a lot of sh**t going on at my house my kid is getting in trouble at school” “Are you Ok?” “Yeah I’m fine man I’m fine I’ll be fine I’m good” “Let’s get like friggin’ lunch next week or something. I know we don’t like to hang out alone but maybe we should.” “That’d be real nice.” “Wednesday”? “Uh, hold on… Yeah wednesday works.” “Cool man, I’m looking forward to it.” “You know what? Me too.” “And bro?”
“Yeah?” “It’s gonna be fine.” “Yeah I know.” “Alright cool let’s make our own SUVs…” After some quick R&D and crash testing, the
4runner was unveiled mid-way through 1984. It had a fiberglass canopy, and had 4 wheel
drive through a solid front axle. And of course had
that indestructible inline 4 under the hood. It looks awesome. In Japan, the 4Runner was unveiled as the
“Hilux Surf” In 1985, (for my birthday) 4Runners had optional electronic fuel injection, that drove the power up from a paltry 100 HP to a whopping 116! That’s one thing about these cars- they
are not fast. But you don’t need speed when you’re off-roadin! People began finding out that their 4Runners
could do just about anything, anywhere! They could handle the wind, snow, rocks,
and rain. At the drop of the hat, you could disappear
into the mountains, just like my dad. In 1986, the 4Runner lost the solid front
axle to adopt “Hi-Trac” independent front suspension The 4Runner was now more comfortable driving
on road, AND more CAPABLE while driving off road. These cars were now more nimble when being
used for SPORT offroad, and gave you more UTILITY from your VEHICLE. Sport Utility Vehicle. COME ON!!! It’s no coincidence that 1986 is the FiRST
time we heard the now ubiquitous term SUV. Broncos and TrailBlazers had been around since
the 60s, but it wasn’t until the 4Runner that we needed a special class. And during 1986, while Toyota is patting themselves
on the back for improving their already impressive 4Runner, somebody popped the hood and noticed
that the wider track width and independent suspension left a lot of room around that
little 4-banger. SO they turbo-charged the little monster! That extra room under the hood also let designers
squeeze in a more powerful, 3 liter V6 option in 1987, which would be the only drastic change
to the first gen, as a major redesign was approaching in just a couple years. Spoiler alert. The second Generation 4Runner was unveiled
in 1989, and featured, yes a new grill, but it also ditched the fiberglass top for a real
metal roof! It’s not a modified pickup anymore! And while other competitors had ass-end doors
that opened up, the 4Runner still let you retract the rear window and use a true tailgate
to get your ski-boots on, or load your surfboard, or i dunno- have a mountainside picnic with
that girl from Provo. I still remember you Heidi… ♫ I just wanna be your favorite boy… ♫ The times they were changing, however, and outdated truck safety standards didn’t hold up to
this new SUV category that the 4runner helped create. The 2nd Gen 4Runner got a driver impact crash
rating of just one star. And unlike the one star I got for my art projects in Mrs. Casey’s kindergarten class, one star in crash testing is not good. So, Toyota was like: “Yo, did you see?” “Yeah, that sucks, what are we gonna do?” “Don’t worry, let’s give ourselves 5 years, develop a totally new 4 Runner.” “But like what do we do in the meantime?” “I don’t know, throwing like some bars and sh**t” “Some bars and sh**t?” “Yeah dude like welding some frickin’ bars and sh**t.” “Ok…Do you…” “What?” “Wanna talk?” “About what?” “That night.” “We said we would never talk about that ni..” “I know we said that I ju…” “It never happened” “Can’t stop thinking about it” “Well stop” “Stop?” “Stop!” “I can’t!” “What are you saying?” “I might…. …have to do something.” “If you do, I swear to god I will fire you from Toyota.” “You wouldn’t.” So in 91, they launched a complete 5 year
redesign for the 4Runner 3rd Gen. It had moree cargo room and a
more aerodynamic look. Inside, however, the 4Runner was more luxury
oriented, further distancing itself from more bare-bones competitors. oh, AND there was an electric locking system
for the rear differential. Which in layman’s terms means: you good lock
the rear-diff. ELECTRONICALLY. The 4 Runner was changing the complexion of the SUV Market again. It was the Accutane of the SUV market. And sales were driven even higher by “Limited”
and ”highlander” packages available starting in 99, exploiting the appeal of combining rugged
durability and functionality with a luxurious interior The Fourth Gen again remained true
to the aesthetics of its predecessors which was now being called a “mid-size, semi-luxury SUV with off road capabilities.” The 4Runner dropped the 4 cylinder and was now either available with either a V6 or, for the first time, a V8. These things were making more power for towing
your boat up to to lake Havasu. They still felt perfect for hauling your board to the
beach, and they’re still able to comfortably get your gear through the woods. The SUV class now described big vehicles regardless
of off-road ability, but the 4Runner remained true to its functional origins. The new 4Runners had auto-leveling, height
adjustable air suspension and friggin’ skid plates… …STOCK! Toyota is taking pains to ensure that the
4Runner’s not just for hauling the kids to soccer practice, it’s for hauling the kids to soccer practice on the top of a fucking mountain! The 5th Generation 4Runner was unveiled in
September 2009 at the texas state fair. “YEE-HAW! Y’all see that new 4 Runner? Pretty good, luxurious and capable! I define BBQ by beef brisket and beef ribs!” The limited trim was now available in 2wd,
because, yes, people who didn’t need four wheel drive were buying the 4Runner because
it looks great, and drives great. The SUV, established over 20 years prior,
was now the number one selling class of car. From the moment the it replaced the frankensteined
offspring of a winnebago-toyota marriage, the 4Runner has set the standard of aesthetic
and functionality in the SUV class. Head up the mountains and you’ll see 30 years old 4 Runner tearing through turns with their more modern sibling. It’s a good looking, functional vehicle that’s comfortable on any terrain and it never. Friggin. Brakes. Thanks to Audible for sponsoring this video. Audible’s got almost any book you want. Right now, I’m reading “How to drive” Narrated by Ben Collins. He sounds like an angel and drives like a devil. He’s the stig! Sometimes I just like to hear his voice before I fall asleep. Hi Ben! Audible lets you switch seamlessly between devices. Picking up exactly where you left off. Wether it’s on your phone, or your tablet, through your car, or at home on an Amazon Echo. You can get through tons of books while doing almost anything. Pooping Audible members get a credit every month Good for any audiobook in their store. Regardless of price an unused credits roll over to the next month Didn’t like your audio book? You can exchange it, no questions asked. Plus, your books are yours to keep. With Audible you can go back and re-listen anytime Even if you cancelled your membership. Start a 30 day trial and your first audiobook That’s ANY BOOK YOU WANT is FREE. Go to “Audible.com/donutmedia” or text “donutmedia” to 500-500 You can do it, WITH AUDIOBOOKS! We’re starting to get into trucks and stuff what other trucks are cool? Send me a dollar, still want the Lambo. As always Like, Subscribe, Comment and Share We love talking to you guys, really appreciate that you guys love talking to us I love you! Dad? I haven’t seen you since Christmas.

Jonas Brothers: Sucker


>>James: HERE TO PERFORM THEIR
NUMBER ONE SONG, “SUCKER,” FOR THE FIRST TIME ON
TELEVISION, PLEASE WELCOME THE JONAS BROTHERS! ( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE )
♪ WE GO TOGETHER BETTER THAN BIRDS OF A FEATHER
♪ YOU AND ME WE CHANGE THE WEATHER, YEAH
♪ I’M FEELING HEAT IN DECEMBER WHEN YOU’RE ‘ROUND ME
♪ I’VE BEEN DANCING ON TOP OF CARS
♪ AND STUMBLING OUT OF BARS I FOLLOW YOU THROUGH THE DARK
♪ CAN’T GET ENOUGH YOU’RE THE MEDICINE
♪ AND THE PAIN THE TATTOO INSIDE MY BRAIN
♪ AND, BABY, YOU KNOW IT’S OBVIOUS
♪ I’M A SUCKER FOR YOU YOU SAY THE WORD AND I’LL GO
♪ ANYWHERE BLINDLY I’M A SUCKER FOR YOU, YEAH
♪ ANY ROAD YOU TAKE YOU KNOW THAT YOU’LL FIND ME
♪ I AM A SUCKER FOR ALL THE SUBLIMINAL THINGS
♪ NO ONE KNOWS ABOUT YOU, ABOUT YOU
♪ ABOUT YOU, ABOUT YOU AND YOU’RE MAKING
♪ THE TYPICAL ME BREAK MY TYPICAL RULES
♪ IT’S TRUE I’M A SUCKER FOR YOU, YEAH
♪ DON’T COMPLICATE IT, YEAH ‘CAUSE I KNOW YOU AND YOU
♪ KNOW EVERYTHING ABOUT ME I CAN’T REMEMBER
♪ YEAH, ALL OF THE NIGHTS I DON’T REMEMBER
♪ WHEN YOU’RE ‘ROUND ME OH, YEAH, YEAH
♪ I’VE BEEN DANCING ON TOP OF CARS
♪ AND STUMBLING OUT OF BARS I FOLLOW YOU THROUGH THE DARK
♪ CAN’T GET ENOUGH YOU’RE THE MEDICINE
♪ AND THE PAIN THE TATTOO INSIDE MY BRAIN
♪ AND, BABY, YOU KNOW IT’S OBVIOUS
♪ I’M A SUCKER FOR YOU YOU SAY THE WORD AND I’LL
♪ GO ANYWHERE BLINDLY I’M A SUCKER FOR YOU, YEAH
♪ ANY ROAD YOU TAKE YOU KNOW THAT YOU’LL FIND ME
♪ I AM A SUCKER FOR ALL THE SUBLIMINAL THINGS
♪ NO ONE KNOWS ABOUT YOU ABOUT YOU, ABOUT YOU, ABOUT YOU
♪ AND YOU’RE MAKING THE TYPICAL ME
♪ BREAK MY TYPICAL RULES IT’S TRUE
♪ I’M A SUCKER FOR YOU, YEAH I’M A SUCKER FOR YOU
>>LATE LATE SHOW, MAKE SOME NOISE! ♪ I’VE BEEN DANCING
ON TOP OF CARS AND ♪ STUMBLING OUT OF BARS
I FOLLOW YOU THROUGH THE DARK ♪ CAN’T GET ENOUGH
YOU’RE THE MEDICINE ♪ AND THE PAIN
THE TATTOO INSIDE MY BRAIN ♪ AND, BABY, YOU
KNOW IT’S OBVIOUS ♪ I’M A SUCKER FOR YOU, YEAH
YOU SAY THE WORD AND I’LL ♪ GO ANYWHERE BLINDLY
I’M A SUCKER FOR YOU, YEAH ♪ ANY ROAD YOU TAKE
YOU KNOW THAT YOU’LL FIND ME ♪ I AM A SUCKER FOR ALL
THE SUBLIMINAL THINGS ♪ NO ONE KNOWS ABOUT YOU
ABOUT YOU, ABOUT YOU, ABOUT YOU ♪ AND YOU’RE MAKING
THE TYPICAL ME BREAK ♪ MY TYPICAL RULES
IT’S TRUE ♪ I’M A SUCKER FOR YOU
( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ) I’M A SUCKER FOR YOU
( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE )>>James: LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
THE JONAS BROTHERS, EVERYONE! PICK UP THEIR NEW SINGLE,
“SUCKER,” NOW! WE’LL BE RIGHT BACK!