Also in this playlist...
This transcript is automatically generated
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Let's -- -- read a magazine contributing editor Michael -- ever forget report like what's coming up on tonight's show.
Thanks -- our top story tonight and check American filmmaker -- -- -- on says he's tired of critics calling President Obama a socialist.
We'll visit the dank dungeons of -- -- -- to find out if he's right.
Plus in an interview with CBS news President Obama reflects on the biggest failure of his first term.
Here's a spoiler.
It's not even close to the actual biggest failure of his first term.
And finally -- action figures expose young boys so unattainable body images.
You won't find out here because all of our panelists spent -- you weeping uncontrollably and playing with dolls.
Back to you and it.
It's true thank you Michael thank you I would welcome our gas.
Tonight with Fox News Channel anchor -- and brown and if it's Friday.
We can only mean one thing another visit from acclaimed British theater actor Victor Roberts Catherine this summer alongside Patrick Stewart at the Helen Hayes theater in the stage adaptation of magic might also joining me essayist and cultural critic Schulze say -- And sitting right next to me is Kurt loader reason magazine and reason dot com contributor.
Its latest book the good the bad and the god awful.
And his -- -- -- -- rarely makes sense it's a New York Times correspondent go ahead and get over with pinch.
Happy to homeowners -- -- how -- is -- -- de France.
Can't look plus kids have blond Texan an amateur -- want clean -- stands.
That's broad speech for I love you more than I'd have loved taxing the rich -- 75%.
-- -- -- -- as -- -- -- that is indeed a French fry you it earlier although you do know they were invented in Belgium yes.
No -- need to make a boom boom and we don't boys' school now because he -- try.
Today around -- room stood just -- system Andy's.
I hell was that.
-- if you were listening and I learned.
And I wanted to try out a -- had a meeting at 8 AM in the morning boom boom as a policy and that night I did a bomb us -- telling us -- talent.
Well in an interview with CBS news our blog I believe -- the president said his biggest blunder has been putting policy over storytelling.
Of my first trip a couple of years.
Thinking that this job was just about getting the policy right.
And that's important.
You know more than the nature of this office is.
To tell a story of the American people that.
Gives them a sense of unity and purpose and optimism especially during tough times.
-- when asked what he felt he needed to explain better Obama said I don't know.
-- actually be clarified that he wanted to do more quote explaining but also inspiring.
Meanwhile in other news the news -- Milos Foreman says we should desist from calling the president's socialist.
The Czech native and Academy Award -- director of Alvin and the chip marks the squeak wolf is tired of Obama's detractors casually tossing around the -- -- Writing in a New York Times op Ed quote.
It offends me and cheapens the experience of millions who lived and continue to live under brutal forms of socialism.
So what you're wondering what a sleepy -- think about -- op -- I don't think sleepy kitten ever even read it and frankly that's gonna reflect poorly when review time comes up.
Adorable only go so far -- let's talk about the story telling thing first PAB.
What the president's answer about his biggest mistake a good one is it as some would say that he hasn't been a good storyteller or as many would say that he doesn't have a good story to tell.
Yeah I would go with the Chinese be there I -- he continues to believe that his policies are perfect and therefore people don't like them -- is obviously.
Not explaining it well enough which is another way of saying -- people are too stupid understanding and he's now moving away from the explaining thinks he found out that one go well he's made it even worse by saying it's.
So now the American people need a story -- we were children and we need to bedtime story.
To comfort us right concept.
But is -- something that every politician kind of things or almost every person kind of thinks -- well everybody really agrees with me I just haven't they just don't know -- yet.
I think at some point you have to ask whether all of these people who are upset about the policies.
Might actually be upset about the policies that has nothing to do with whether and I am trying to Friday's decision is -- they're -- racist.
About -- says.
Hey Victor at least he didn't say its biggest flaw is caring too much or working Q hard.
But isn't that this is kind of the same lame thing I'm doing great things I just haven't made people understand it.
Yeah I had this same conversation with Bob Hoskins we're doing is there -- version of murder -- your expressed.
We're all wearing flippers and -- was talking about the the nature of storytelling.
And I come back thinking what Mike here which is called the bubbles handwritten the -- and means that everywhere and it that you know.
Gets what you're talking about it but the fact -- you never step out of your bubble to actually explain it to anyone else so to shock.
It is shocked that Americans like this smells bad this isn't what we want and any second -- you know what.
I should talk to people outside of the teacher's lounge because he's his socialist thinking hey would you say that while not.
Yeah because we have we're we're gonna discuss that in a bit and we'll learn that we can't just say that that was my points -- when it comes to being an effective communicated there has been a big difference between President Obama and candidate Obama hasn't there there.
Yeah -- government and better and I think I think his problem was that he -- of communicating more I think issue an activist feature to.
And you know maybe you're on TV talk -- rejected and never -- president ever -- yeah.
He's an idea I think he has been inspiring he's he's not -- himself enough credit he's inspired people.
To storm out of the polls -- economists -- right all right shoulder as a cultural critic what's your take on this.
-- do you -- unspoken war or regular and I don't know whatever you're comfortable with packages and Def poetry that that works.
Does it doesn't work I don't know so wait.
-- sort of been a storyteller.
-- -- -- The -- got -- -- base -- global -- asleep Grammy night why not really isn't resurrect the fireside chats that Roosevelt made famous.
Every night a different story.
All the classics at the -- Hayden.
God goodnight -- net.
Here he's Janzen granite and I would love this and not for a little bit of a reason that I have myself and illiterates through.
Things are right it's not rock pilots.
-- -- I love you review -- public and he's I think it's reasonable -- that was.
The title is one word worry good question.
And -- I have an amazing got to -- god to get the question I.
Isn't it takes a nation of millions to hold us back I -- everywhere and I had problems.
Did -- let's talk about English form -- -- -- you write is calling the president a socialist doing a disservice to the country do people need to stop doing that well.
You know -- -- question is whether or not he really is socialism and you know he.
Makes the point on both sides he says there are different forms of socialism right Western European socialism and the Marxist leninist totalitarianism.
-- -- goes on to say.
The people are falsely equating socialism with totalitarianism.
Couldn't we just assume that maybe they're talking about the Western European style which is what you know -- the health care system government run it.
I totally confused I -- OK let's say well why don't social exact -- uses social.
He's is about what we got a garden party so I'm totally yeah I -- -- -- -- -- For so long because he was is outgoing and kind of you know what we -- -- socialist here you winning when you call it a program yes.
And a list yes I don't say it also has mentioned that that communism he's volume that is socialism but by experts so.
Well that's okay but here's my take I'd I'd personally I don't think President Obama the socialist I think he's a liberal and I think the difference between -- two is.
Socialists -- -- completely get rid of capitalism liberals want -- quote unquote reform it in the name of social justice.
But am I just -- it.
Yes I think now I'm sure such I think I think the performance comparison is is really stupid when did you become a musician and -- -- mr.
Cooper that the leader in the film director what -- well -- -- about -- would you feel some government bureaucrat can do it sets and told how to harmonize its films right in my tickets.
But I OK here's my knee problem with -- article Victor I'll ask you about this.
He is claiming as -- as PV brought up that the people on the right you were calling Obama a socialist are equating him with Communist totalitarian spread.
I don't think that's what they're doing what they're doing is equating him with European science social Democrats or democratic socialist or whatever you want to call them yet -- to put points Andrew.
It's a mirror image of attacks and conservatives.
When you look at conservatives liberals will call -- evil capitalists.
Conservatives who called liberals pernicious socialist that's the waiting game goes but.
There's a pretty -- -- we won the United States one.
We beat socialism we -- communism so we feared that we are adapt we are adopting the game plan.
-- -- the losers which is expanding entitlements and cutting our -- defense.
If we go that route no there's nothing between freedom -- the -- right where the last bastion where the last I guess wall against.
I don't know.
Fill that in -- that there's I think we'll permitted in -- -- -- plus I think I think what people fear is that you knew the only people left that can call BS on this stuff.
And we're moving in that direction that he -- in Obama never really had said it's bad to move in that direction.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I agree that he definitely wanted to be more like Europe I just think there's a difference between socialism and liberalism they're -- they overlap sometimes and I think yes I do think they're really just.
Don't forget the headline we're all socialists now I'm using socialism is considered a bad -- necessarily.
Well in this country is in Europe not so much I don't know an academic and academia I mean the real America not -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Cultural issue which I believe there's a cultural critic probably your wheel house the Obama campaign has asked his supporters to sign his birthday card Frankie do we have a full -- could put that up.
-- I can't read that.
Com -- what he is my question surely nobody likes signing birthday cards is just gonna backfire.
I think it will backfire.
I think people would rather see birth certificates.
Then it's time.
Day card and you know what I know what you're saying you know we've seen it you know what I've seen it Photoshop who invigorating and it's -- these days of CGI.
I'll give you -- birth certificate.
That says that you are actually 45 -- we all know that -- 63.
Yeah I would like but it's still fun.
When you hit the SATA -- for the president because I think he can you can you can write Kenya believe -- 51.
I don't follow all I think her up.
From -- noted GI Joseph.
Did you mentally choice create anorexic -- well according to Harvard study 40% of America's teens and 45% of all adults which he -- with eating disorders are now now.
And therapists are blaming hyper -- plastic covered world -- like Star Wars he man and -- media action figures.
As to why more boys and men are seeking help for weight issues explains one -- quote action figures used to look normal now they're super -- -- really cut happens and really big shoulders even little boys are being exposed images of men that are not realistic.
What what I'm not gonna apologize for my super human tries an unrealistic laps.
Experts are quick to point out that while female body issues focus on finished -- tend to care about Buffett's and baby turtles.
He needs to get some help as a metaphor that.
I don't -- how quickly -- -- -- -- gonna try to make governments forced toy companies to turning he managed to -- them.
Only take moments I'm sure this -- this woman is some Chicago therapists must of missed master view the universe skillet to Arnold's muscle bound action you're just back.
And yeah yeah I know yeah so you know Kevin Youkilis and are now I I -- did you you played with -- as a young boy and you -- -- to -- a lot of musical -- -- let me ask you a question it looked as -- was kind of leading -- -- you think this is a load of crap.
I do I mean Eddie -- and -- -- currently doing a drag version of raggedy Andy it's really is going to be on the round it's going to be totally improbably -- everybody -- -- out of the visiting this is a product contender fascism who hate that -- girls like to play with different things.
They wanted to drives and install something that's kind of possesses the body of a fashion designer.
Which again is like bragging adding to grown up so yeah I bats.
-- -- I used to play with a big -- And then you'll see me trying to shrink myself to a finger what well I don't think I'm.
Well they were Meola also I think basically he just go like this you've shown yourself to the finger that is unnecessary I don't really is easily I do in regular cells and they're Robertson 62 top -- -- aren't you worried about this.
No no not really you -- I actually I think it might be true that more men are suffering from poor body image but.
The study makes this bizarre -- young student action figures.
The wheels and we're talking -- I mean I just don't picture men going to the gym and saying I wanna look more like buzz light year.
I mean you've got Jersey Shore around -- you've got you know magic might get everything else and all the -- You know it's.
Friday apparently gave me -- -- -- -- -- in.
Be careful okay that's all we're saying.
I shall we haven't caught the low low low below what she yeah entity that's how can you let her just do that we're gonna will -- we're gonna talk about it later not to break up.
Hot -- and the cultural critic what's your take on this.
All I'm sure you read by.
That's an -- last month -- out over this entire topic my title was what's up with that.
And I'll tell you what's up with that Andrew.
Just -- isn't this a good thing.
At last I checked most kids are pretty -- in fact.
I we want a little anorexia for a little hyper but this -- and -- high school.
All the better it anything he mean he man or he -- -- sidekick not sure.
Hi he discovered or go -- -- me are our patrons states.
Kids not getting diabetes fact it's a good sport it is a good point need to read at any broad authority known in the.
Hi guys I'm really tries ivory his wife and he's Clinton that -- that's.
That's why early -- is crap that the article points to this fourteen year old kid who went nuts and was working out like eight hours a day I don't.
But it -- -- typical is this fourteen year old kid I don't this kid is not typical at all well and as one therapist.
Just right exactly yeah we you know that I had body issue in just absolutely all the time I worked out every day out.
And it was mainly due to raggedy Andy don't know how I wanted to attain that -- physique -- and the hair as well.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Yeah.
Now -- that's -- that -- just think it's just a question you know that nobody saw them trying out.
Get energized us and look it up folks you're the only -- one of the worst movies of the year not a good it was no magic Mike that's for damn sure now.
Another African Americans in -- -- I didn't think.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- millions and why is it all very embarrassed offshore accounts for the journalistic legends classic pyramid scheme artist finally comes clean after the break a reflection.
Had the Olympic village turned ended up fourteen Olympic village sorry -- she's writers on vacation.
You're watching red -- -- she's a particular.
Well it's like the Olympics of cooking up -- Yeah according to ESPN the magazine a magazine -- the games have become improbably around the clock contest with sexy -- leading to lots of sex.
Apparently -- -- you do with.
All the young hot super fit athletes from around the world living in -- college dorm like situations.
Or as one Olympian says what happens in the village stays in the village and if he's not on the originality -- American -- -- heartthrob Ryan -- figures 75% of competitors engage in bedroom gymnastics send some javelin -- ads.
The girls that -- in skimpy panties and bras the dudes and underwear so you see what everyone is working with from the jump even if their faces a seven their body is -- morning.
Anyway the event I'm looking forward -- 400 meter hurdles seen here.
-- -- Yeah.
-- think the Australians are favored again this year Victor I agree with you completely laboratory F fifteen in Beijing in 2008 you were banned from the British men's water -- locker room after an incident involving a javelin and a -- guess should we care about any of this.
I absolutely hear you know battered by the way I was on the British Olympic team synchronize gymnastics I had a terrific -- an accident really yeah and in my career in my marriage unfortunately.
-- the acting career.
They should be doing this because it's really the only time that a team handball player will actually get lucky no ties is that good times and ending up like basically -- -- a five years.
After that they go back -- they run a -- shop -- -- -- -- -- this is simply to be fair you're close relationship with John -- and your marriage sort of you're an athlete I was taking care of them through the latter years of his life -- I learned a whole lot I.
I've never seen workshop thing like that before parents -- -- -- the rumors that destroyed by -- yes hate.
Did he doesn't this kind of kill the image of -- just pure -- only care about the spirit of the games and hopefully bringing home a medal ever was at one time -- whole theory that you shouldn't apartheid week.
When you're about to do a sport that -- not I mean there is they say 101000 athletes 75% having sex that's 7500 athletes and they have.
A 100000 condoms brought in for each Olympics that's thirteen -- -- they really -- deserve medals and didn't run out of condoms.
Two years ago reportedly -- fairness water balloons and I yeah yeah.
I'm heartened that occurred but here's my my fear what -- looked at these Olympic athletes have babies isn't it possible this is actually my -- not my -- I isn't it possible and that would super soldiers -- -- and we won't -- professor -- serum which Captain America did so shouldn't we encourage.
This stupid things and nothing -- answer that question but I think really I think look I think what should we shouldn't pay attention to your means -- they're having sex I think but I was disturbed by this part of the story that some members of the French -- team.
And jock straps in feeding each other -- improvement and that's where his.
They're hungry I think it sounds delightful maybe they -- Alaska.
-- my -- is.
That we me.
You know because we cannot -- this puritanical streak and are called to that we're gonna unilaterally -- Olympics -- and we're gonna have a -- -- gap.
Yeah we welcome back you know what else I think that that the weird thing is -- when you go to lake -- porn star shoot.
When they're done shooting sports -- swimming running relay is playing team handball -- now so it's just it's the same everywhere in -- you open your mind.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Do you think as as some people have sort of intimating here that there's some kind of section sixty hierarchy going on with certain athletes at the top possibly team -- -- players I don't believe hierarchies.
And you read my hats and black enterprise you know that's.
The fact the matter -- the greatest thing in the history of -- what better way.
To ease international relations and it just began take athletic forward G smack dab in the middle of the Olympic village one -- No condoms.
I don't better than I am crazy -- cultures sitting -- kind of and it -- or enemy the common Panama or -- need for love and asked TV.
-- -- -- but I don't know.
Do you think -- should they be mixing it with teams from other countries or should everything be kept within your own squad.
Porting your country's I think he keep it within your own squad that's isolationism and I am against -- against our source and yes I'm going to be against you because like you -- black.
You know also had none of the American athletes was saying oh yeah there were the guys -- up with some Scandinavian looking women it's what.
It's not like they're learning anything about these other culture I don't even know who it was and what had been looking up the entire skin and Edmonds yeah.
-- really it's more of a fluid exchange and cultural standards yeah.
It is like the world's greatest -- -- senator.
Instead of going to get food and you're just sampling the delights from every count because -- -- -- it's a sexy world after all isn't.
Yeah yeah I've never been at cuts are really the other thing I never got like you are not missing anything and I say that -- someone who has never been there not home -- -- Got a comment on the show.
He analysis -- I have foxnews.com and -- voice talent great direct line call 212465050.
That you yourself from the head out of that and still to come after a report from Michael morning.
Tonight's -- reported sponsored by yoga that healthy practice of physical mental and spiritual discipline by use of meditation thanks yoga.
Well look about what kind of we've -- anything wrong so far yeah what's going on like I mean it could you have gotten anything heroic because I have -- Scene two blocks of television and it had looked so little substances yeah.
Look I'm not saying it wasn't funny and I'm just trying to burn the clock part of -- and we never -- Lawrence.
This that looks just like action and and the Olympics accidents hey Jack.
Well let me start with the first story we have something we can safeguard our -- our teeth into.
And I'm gonna do a little thing here where I would start with -- and who who is talking about the Obama introduced.
And may be very good point to very incisive point.
That's Obama is more or less blaming the Americans for not agreeing with an American people.
And I just want to bring it to -- -- Foreman by saying this triggered angles call that false consciousness.
When America when -- proletariat.
Was was not so kind of are mystified by the -- of the capitalist class that they.
They didn't tag along with socialism so let's talk about -- -- -- that.
Yeah it's not a it's not a question.
Number I mean I'm just topic because there was nothing yeah.
Really go into the differences between socialism and communism and totalitarian we're gonna -- there are confused about -- yet yet yet but.
What are we just got to that and why do I get a -- yen at a -- and -- And I'm going to launch a vicious.
Scurrilous attack on -- -- that you think people are just assuming it.
Then when they say socialists -- talking about.
Western European style social democracy.
But yeah it's isn't comfortable.
Limits on the Internet you can put a lot of pictures of -- Barack Obama -- alongside Marx and Lenin and I saw these Tea Party is which I attended.
It happens right.
That and that is a good point and you know I do think that people who have lived through the real marxism leninism do have a right to be offended by that.
Yes but I don't think that's what most people talk about when they say that our country is starting to -- in the socialist direction but I guess why -- they say it's gotten.
Well why don't -- is say is becoming more social democratic or LA isn't as -- to -- point isn't Obama just days sort of big government liberal.
I just took -- I think big government liberal but not -- -- I'm gonna talk to an imaginary person -- camera does have one.
Nailed that -- You what it is you miss I think it -- it's not a big government look liberal agency had big academic government -- the government.
Academic complex which is different.
That I need to bring -- -- a different it's different -- -- government liberal because you're introducing.
The world and academics to it which which is very progressive you know very left wing right I didn't see it.
I got a picture I'm not sure if at some point I don't understand ready access.
The because since I mean what what does not flow problem I.
Good two decades trying to prevent this in -- normally I don't like this.
I am and I figured that Clinton would like -- -- -- Obama listens to me the I don't know what you find so funny I mean.
There wasn't a problem yeah I don't understand why you're attacking this young woman who retired and -- iMac and I don't know I mean all of you because I'm a socialist front yeah.
I -- -- your message -- -- -- he's changed his highest free tickets but I thought it.
-- man this is getting worse better or worse I bet I am the political outlook it was just got to some facts that are Bennett Bennett that -- not a view you'll excuse -- yeah that was a lie.
Whatever the hell -- called.
You know that -- away you said that sentiment of bubble syndrome.
I looked this up there is a boy in the bubble centrum I know that's all too well the kids and nobody can interact with people because of the -- Crowd I don't know socialism and I was thinking which he wouldn't that wouldn't -- absolutely is what I order if the -- nevermind yeah that's another British it's like put it -- Andy was saying with the tram and aluminium.
-- -- Clemson a percent from whatever mess.
I shall say.
When the other area.
You you said that you -- to suggest that maybe we could do said the -- FDR style fireside chats every night and it is -- -- that in eleven years from 1933 to 1944.
You did thirty of them as it wasn't actually every night is the entrance to they don't -- -- own bonds -- but remember -- 100830 minutes every night.
That is true it is that after the Bolshevik revolution there was a brief period where -- -- under under FDR we use a different calendar could yeah.
Right he can't.
But -- Michael Kelly can't we say honestly that yeah if you can't it it's got nothing to do with the frequency with which President Obama has.
Giving speeches or appeared on TV -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Com I'm trying to kill us and yeah and you've got to talk about -- -- substance.
Please don't say we spent a lot of a lot of time talking about as -- and said the differences between liberalism and socialism.
It's generally it was all right they care about that I didn't give -- didn't bring -- -- that Albanian guy you always bring up.
And the -- yeah ready for that.
It was a Stalin sitting out about this in my much missed mine and I actually had the next few months -- going back to England you work on the history.
Obviously my arm with Jim Broadbent and I'd love you lose a loved having -- on as an advisor to students and yeah.
Brought them and I go way back and I didn't know a lot about smarmy.
That's well I think you're losing Smart -- -- because farms smog yeah I thought it was because of my association with Jim when you actually get would you call broadband service you're part that is true media -- constitute -- -- should be brought it.
I cannot make a point where I can actually agree and all of that you people despite the fact Iran -- -- -- -- and I'm hey here's the thing that bothers me.
Is it you guys -- this the other night -- with Michael to -- calling people racist Soledad nobody cares about that but they get all -- upset when you called -- Communist I think both are wrong.
But one annoys people on the other one doesn't so that was just the point now couldn't one at one -- always yeah.
Some people the other one annoys the other people did ask the socialist thing happened when.
More often and I really don't think so and I wanted to it's about 55 yeah -- -- the computer yeah yeah.
-- into the computer but I can't.
Actually African theater -- -- stand and when patty at what went -- and said we are that we are all socialists now little point there is -- that cover story was a music magazine read by Evan Thomas.
Whose grandfather was Norman Thomas.
And -- as these Socialist Party presidential candidate I think about 45 elections.
I thought man that's amaze us.
-- pulled out -- amazing nobody and I knew that.
No hyperbole but I think it's fair to say we're all socialists now lasted about as long as we are all Americans you know yeah yeah.
-- -- multicultural talent doesn't go through phases as like.
-- Athletes cause body image problems.
Let -- kids look up to athletes and they're evenly and shape unless they're like John Crocker something I.
I did I disagree with the word problem.
This is something that needs to happen more often.
Look around a little hard look -- ever complaining about twenty ounce sodas and I'm complaining about people are trying to get this I do exactly -- and the -- -- -- I think there's a difference because I think there's a legitimate.
-- complains that women have about yes that's supermodels and what's her -- I think that's a lot different from a guy who looks at an athlete using really good shape.
Be different if every guy wanted to look like Arnold Schwarzenegger -- his prime that maybe is a problem we're not talking about that we're talking about that would be a problem being in shape.
That would be pay a huge problem if anyone who wanted to look like Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Who is that famously have referred to by one -- British art critic as a brown condoms stuffed with walnuts.
Actually a great line.
Yeah Olympic village I would get up I still 810 the who's a sailor in the condemns the use of wind surfer attitude of these resorts couple.
General olympians -- -- who met under these -- as circumstances.
Back end and got married so -- well -- sometimes happy endings and not just sucks that's what they're old sometimes a lot of happy ending.
That's it I felt -- -- -- thanks for doing the best you could get -- you know situation.
Hi coming out -- get in the black time.
It's crucial they did a woman go -- for being added Justin Bieber concert -- obvious joke here.
It's a sequel without equal.
Yes they're finally making part two of the cinematic classic twins Arnold Schwarzenegger confirmed the good news during comic -- telling the audience that producers are searching for writer for the film which reunited with Danny DeVito and director Ivan Reitman.
Earlier this year -- Hollywood reporter revealed that the sequel tentatively titled triplets imaginative.
We'll introduce Eddie Murphy out of their long lost third brother.
And suddenly -- a lot less excited about this.
Anyway let's discuss in that.
-- where were you when you first got this glorious news I hope to god you were sitting down.
Asleep don't click OK -- got -- and I think that he thought it was all a -- that I don't I think this -- -- with Eddie Murphy and Heather Graham is that movie I have a clue what she's available shouldn't IP and Jason -- and I've been -- -- offensive or overly busy making.
Much -- good -- is yet.
That you -- body double for Danny DeVito are you upset that you weren't cast as a third -- You don't letters that we had a falling out during that time it was over Rhea Perlman.
Ciudad mistaking me for him in the dark for the -- -- that.
She had an expert you -- -- tell you had a falling in with her an appalling and and she fell out of love the look Eddie Murphy is exactly what's necessary he's a sure fire box office gold mine.
If this when I.
The -- -- he got exactly what.
Did he is this a good move for -- to be making this movie given the fact that he recently had to admit to having another child of his own.
I didn't really look at it that way well that's why aren't here that's why I'm hosting for you come -- -- these unique for yes since.
There are also working on this third installment -- flips and that Janet Reno would be the long lost sister who.
I didn't read that he.
You -- look harder there's usually you have to -- definitive good -- shortly at a cultural critic what do you think this says about our culture.
I'll tell you what it says about me I'm not seen this movie and -- all the old standbys are men are back and by that I mean I want Kelly Preston this is John Travolta and looking unsatisfied and angry as usual -- And I -- -- divvied out to come fully formed with his bullet which as you know has evolved Molly.
If he does not have that but I'm not watching.
-- I -- that's fair and it's very fair group I would venture.
She's cool come and go.
Why are we talking about -- How does -- -- God's job to believe that you think is Arnold at this point Conrad the expendable -- -- too old to be carrying an action -- he's not but he's kind of -- in the NL and yeah that last -- he -- he's got to get out -- -- he's got to stop sleeping with -- -- -- because an -- to -- a -- more like -- to go back to his comedic -- that yes that is.
If you were -- the pumping iron.
Somebody else yeah actually shows that yeah.
-- senators and if you need me Schwarzenegger should do sequel to junior with him going through menopause senior yet.
-- -- retaining water and had a hot flashes are.
Everyone goes through -- put it on the silver.
All right I can go.
-- next topic I think we've exhausted that one an Oregon woman is suing Justin Bieber claiming she suffered hearing loss at a concert he attended with her daughter.
Stacy Wilson a guy Betts says that teen idol was negligent for quote.
Enticing the crowd into a frenzy of screams by continuously waving his arms and quicken -- -- motion and I love -- when he does that.
She says the heart shaped steel gondola Bieber -- out over the crowd acted as a sound conductor that generated a sound laugh at permanently damaged -- years.
Curriculum -- asking for nine point 23 million dollars in damages is this enough.
I think she yet more that I noticed she didn't mention the obvious permanent green that he had suffered -- -- -- -- for more that -- as a mom by any sympathy for this woman.
No I mean as a mom I carry earplugs in my -- and I put them on my son if we're allowed environment -- have a -- for myself -- Things get well would -- -- you can always play here there.
But that you can't ask for -- 23 million dollars well so who's the Smart ones yeah yeah I didn't really think this early night tonight I'm Victor didn't have similar thing -- you would -- G Edwards concert last year.
Actually was semi -- -- conscious seven years ago -- tied it wasn't for the music I fell asleep in Ricky Martin's stressing right now I will have a right here was punctured on the -- and here's the thing this is all done for the benefit of MSNBC's today can do a two hour special called.
I don't have a very loud noises at -- -- the minimum clunky today and a lot of value to see interviews -- nationals as a cold.
Your critics what do you think this lawsuit says about America.
I'm not just a cultural critic I contribute many an -- -- the new England journal of law to I'm not saying they print them -- I send -- I think it's certainly better every day.
All I would say that this -- lawsuit has a lot of merit.
In comparison to lawsuits against people -- you're saying that the baby inside you his hands and these girls don't realize DNA tests exist for this has a chance and you can may or may not be able to read that.
And the next New England.
Journal blog let me -- your question where did you get your training to become an essayist -- All well sort of book reports.
And I had a lot of times they would ask me do something and social studies you know maybe on the new dealers right like that right and I -- -- -- below the -- for the first couple paragraphs -- -- doesn't realize he'd -- -- entity again and turned it into a career.
Yeah good for you I loved your science project volcano.
Not saying gee I will say actually just have my younger brother underneath it Gordon yeah.
That Saddam there was no mechanics involved you know what -- -- actually asked yeah I don't not a machine absolutely.
And I -- -- sir thank you cards are we take a break when we return Helen -- stock market performer in new hit -- -- now yes.
Well according to the New York Post owned by our parent company Sith lords -- the publishing phenomenon that is fifty shades of gray has hit the Harry Potter crowd.
Author EL -- just horribly written trilogy I'm told I struck a chord with readers -- younger than he intended demo and they shy about discussing it either.
Said 115 year old baby -- quote.
This book is pretty popular with teens when my friends brought it to school the actual book and just reads it wherever she takes notes -- -- practice with her boyfriend she's sixteen.
Yeah I guess we can all use a G rated -- Clinton right about now.
The story can -- out of control.
Ridiculous -- -- paid PAB what do you make of this possibly real possibly -- trend.
Oh I think it's really true that -- that teens are are reading the -- and I think it's struggling not to Selma occurred I mean adults can do whatever they want but you know the studies have shown that when you're exposed at a young age.
To this kind of extreme sexual stimulation that you -- you need bad when you needed to be.
Escalated in more extreme.
-- to get turned on and me you have to be sexually active when your teenager just seeing naked body should do it for -- you shouldn't need this and it's and it's dangerous to -- you what you're saying is is that it urine but advising teenagers to look at naked bodies rather than read this book.
What I'm saying what is what do you know Internet and look at the hard core core -- -- yeah I mean you.
Absolutely -- -- the article did compared.
-- -- been clamoring for.
For fifty shades too young girls poring over Judy Blume book forever back in the seventies you -- have valid comparison well I wasn't a girl back in the seventies that's an analogy to what -- that's what it did happen.
As I think that the good thing about the seven matches the look you are reading this book is I think it cast the bullying epidemic and appealing place.
This could have.
Tonight Victor of the series and the warping the minds of this generation the way green eggs and ham by that commie Dr.
Seuss did hours.
I I I don't think so I think this is a completely phony -- I was just with Colin -- we're doing -- fifty shades of gray as a tone poem.
Performed by puppets in an abandoned the gay guy I thought he was -- meaning it wasn't he attached to that one no no no he fell ill but really -- conference stepped in which was fantastic he's doesn't he's a great guy on here's the deal would give it is god is a problem with saturation.
Hi you look at the -- This -- he was everywhere it was everywhere now it's nowhere -- us that he is dead.
What you have what's happening with this book is that it was it's everywhere which means that there's an overlap.
So a couple of kids take it from their parents but then in about three months you'll never hear from this book again you'll you'll be gone because you never see -- commercial.
This is -- this is this not -- for your eyeballs.
But I do think there's a probably with kids -- I think is an example I took my -- -- to see magic Mike.
Nothing like -- Harry Potter movies not.
You know what it it didn't enjoy it then did you know -- they don't but I can't -- walked out of there I felt I felt bad but if you're gonna market a movie I don't magical and about magic then you know I assume it's for kids yeah I.
Did -- -- when you walking out of magic Mike in Healy bad do you suppose that yeah that I would have never myself okay -- except that a car.
I shall let you ask you as a cultural critic at notre what he's ever reach twenty million in sales faster than fifty -- -- great what can we learn from this.
That my essays are nowhere near those numbers.
I don't Madden -- -- the latest fat people it's not an ethical culture anymore.
I loved your book I can't help.
-- was called the Conte somehow solve yeah I had.
Six -- is way it was really no I mean.
I have that -- myself.
I pick it up from time to time and it blows my mind model -- -- it wasn't until the ladies that we realize a lot of people are just randomly coming up to pop stars and kicking them in the crime -- what candidate he's like luck.
That's the problem here's a solution yeah I don't make it read see you look at my cry yeah.
I have a partially serious question why don't books have ratings the way movies do you could not -- a kid cannot walk into -- movie theater and she's fifty she's great what's movie comes out of his radar.
But it did you -- into a bookstore and.
By the law stating this reminds him that book 1994.
-- -- everybody was talking about that what happens in 1994.
Sara -- stared in 1990 parents step parents fight twelve yes there's.
TV show that the -- yes exactly -- -- that.
I we'll close things out as -- as they wrap up from Michael -- and had a secret initiation.
Go to foxnews.com slash red.
Nice to watch us on Saturday at 2 AM eastern time 11 PM Pacific and a brand new red -- returns Monday with Greg hosting guests next week include Diana -- Lawrence -- -- image and Lloyd Webber and ambassador John -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- That's totally true and -- now -- What do you think about the future of the Euro and drachma and everything.
To what future do you if.
They don't know.
But we're in the teleprompter yeah.
There's nothing in there for me for -- -- After that -- What he was special a birthday coming up yes.
-- that my new life -- -- -- seven in a week.
That could ever had a happy birthday send your World Cup -- there but -- thought.
Is that it yeah -- -- wanted to we'll see in my case.
Filter by section