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“You start out making your parents laugh, and you start out making your family laugh.I can’t remember a time when two books turned movies have led in the box office back-to-back with such opposing values and views of what it means to be a man.
(A film of it ran as a 1989 HBO special called Billy Crystal: Midnight Train to Moscow.) That Russia trip may have been a historic event. “In that show, I found 30 family members who I didn’t even know existed, and I got to be united with them,” said Crystal, whose family hails from Russia.“And audiences really have loved this approach for doing a concert show.” The performance will “be about my whole journey,” said Crystal, who turned 69 last month. When I was first doing stand-up, I would come down to play this little club on Lombard Street called the Bijou [Cafe]. And I would also come down and do the Mike Douglas Show.” The show also includes an extended riff about one of Crystal’s earliest major breaks, opening for the pop group Blood, Sweat & Tears in Scranton.Crystal asked Hunt to join him when the duo clicked at an event last year held in honor of Robin Williams.It showed a man who spent 4 tours in Iraq who came home and struggled with fitting back into a society that, as I’m sure we can all admit, has our priorities completely upside down.The transition wasn’t easy from warrior to family man, but Kyle found peace in his work with fellow veterans wounded physically or psychologically in battle.One hits the nail on the head, the other sends men down a dark and dangerous path, a path that many of us feel a tug to head down, one where money is king and power over others is our objective. The lead character isn’t a powerful woman who just happens to be into some kinky stuff, but a submissive woman, a weak woman who wants to be dominated by this ‘powerful’ man.
A young fella, already well into the twisted sexual world of porn walks out with the affirmed notion that women want to be controlled and ruled and dominated.
It does more to bring women back than it does to bring them to a point where we live in a true meritocracy, where those who deserve and earn, are given what they’ve earned regardless of sex. When that message is hammered home and then freedom if it remains a tool and not your God.
The thing about films like this is that many men don’t need another excuse to treat women like shit, nor to see money as power and meaning in life. Money can allow you to do great things and live a life free from the financial worries that hang over most lives, but in earning it you must provide something that the market craves and needs.
Crystal and Hunt don’t work off a script, though they will stick to a chronological structure. Crystal will recount his life and career through vignettes that explore every aspect of his career, including his first major TV role on the late ’70s satire Soap, in which he played one of the first openly gay male characters on U. “That was 40 years ago, and it was a very different America, so there was a real worry about being typecast,” he said.
“But I knew I still had my stand-up and I knew I could always go off and perform.
He’s left that money is power and money must be his pursuit.