17 Burst results for "Brian depalma"

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"It has the opening shot with officially vichy semantically he's not really very interested in in eliot ness and he's interested in that story talked about how the thing that i remember which is the step sequences not in the script online moments scripting he yeah but it's not just that moment there there the great moments as well there's good good moments you get such great dialogue people's remind people a gun stuff you get the great opening shot of deniro as alka pony could've been bob hoskins close ended up being deniro that lovely shots you have that great sequence connery's malone gets massacred so many great moments in this film and of course one of the first real outings for kevin costner is a leading man and you get real sense of decency as well sean connery is the showcase role because anyone else go and you need all these you need a really strong anchor around allows deniro to gene to be component allows sean coins go go off and do his oscar winning actally stuff and cosmo is really you say that it's not really doesn't really a diploma movie see madly but i think a lot of movies a lot of the pumice movies there's leave one called obsession they're they're they're about obsession there about about men who are driven suicide nessim necessary i think that's ultimately what it is at the at the end of the film he he changes his character he crosses the line because of his obsession with with capone and wants to ease driven to get capone blew out about obsession carlito's way you could argue is about obsession to tune scarface obsession isn't about session lydia.

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"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Revenue lifts and ending as well i think that in the conversation i've got quite similar endings where you've got someone who is into surveillance who live just by the end blowout this ending wedge on travolta splices the real desk remove nancy allen into some cheap horror film and just sits there kind of saying a good scream it's this amazing interview by depalma with trances coppola this going around on twitter the moment until tomorrow says if you read it you can see the exact point where the pomace idea for blow out talking about the compensation and you can see the light bulb go on department head really yeah yeah on our website sin significant beyond rent on twitter amount as amazing great movie about moviemaking as well i guess body double is the one with with a hero who's in the movie industry doesn't really work as well it's fascinating fouts he kinda see him going around acting sound effects and all this kind of the inner workings of of movie making so there we go so that's number two and the number one drum roll bucket we have the untouchable terrific how do we feel i mean it most shooter studying film probably yeah yeah absolutely is so much fun boys this different mission impossible wires that not why is that no personal diploma film and this one is let's not it's not but it's just a better one i can't impose his kind of stuff.

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"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Yeah i'm afraid it's so good young john leguizamo young john ortiz figure mortenson once air air base films scarface you're right is brush with big moments and iconic poster and it's on student walls everywhere but i ways the better film nobody's disagree strongly nobody's putting little baganda posters on their bedroom walls at the university low sadly i do because he's trying to do the right thing other than twenty one who's a bit of a twin anyway number three carry this was my number furry so i couldn't i you could be more in line with this result so the that's the i i would would want to mine yeah but happy with is a hard watch i think it's not only be pull out on friday nights only on friday nights koi it's quite unpleasant yeah i only watch carry to the rage i find it quite tough watch but no i think it's excellent it's all about the bucket blah and the piano the nasho school amazing sissies paycheck gives it this very calm vulnerable presence at the heart there think and does not line the palmer sinus that's good it's good so number to blow out for me that's his best film issues most up film pulling kyle nice phrases the palm without the cackle mcclay i think that country is is most serious film sincerity sincerity is about filmmaking as well as king great tracking shots it has amount bit we're travolta drives drive through a parade seems weirdly are wack with everything else amazing that foot was snicked and they shot to again but most really was a white clean by john lithgow.

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"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"So why highland presumably everyone scarface top ten yeah but just doesn't feature very highly right but did you did you scarfing did yeah did quite lowdown ends list didn't vote for mission impossible so not because it's bad but because the ones more sorry in this game if opinions but come on no i i really like mission impossible i think it's a that's worthy it's worth at number five tom cruise sweet station does it does is really good i love mission comes to london comes to london in five as well five yeah yeah records record store then the endings in london right there along outside the tower london at the end that's right begins in london where he meets spring sean harris hallo ethan is number six probably when shot here for many months number four such a shame minor one is your number four carlito's way the reckon carlito pregant a film i deeply deeply love poor carlito how do we feel about that i'm happy with this it's it's quite far reaching film the sean penn characters in grand theft auto vice city courage basically meet a lawyer with a big permed hecker and so i mean it's reaches its cultural riches is quite impressive i'll be honest i don't think this is good scarface nothing's faces yeah i get your point you'd like kalita more than like on time and everything about scarface is big and brash memorable and kelly's ways is very good but i think it's a film that gets talked about a lot and thinking should be about scarface.

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"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"But not movie exists solely to die at the end and that's that's not that's not what you want that's not that's not really acceptable see the treatment of angie dickinson dressed to kill you could argue as well that was kind of a psycho riff wasn't yeah very much so off the hook yeah ending on your list that would surprise me has anyone gone for wise guys but in on your list yeah it's just not quite as good as good feathers number smoke quite the film film note the greetings okay which is his goal period and it is a bit a bit like lesser from nineteen sixty nine with absolute tell you live in the late sixties it's about free guys dodge draft and food more human than most of his things the niro great man it's very kind of lucid i built a home movie in some ways also deals with his his obsession these of his career with the kennedy killing which starts there and you can trace it to blow out which is around relations and chappaquiddick and all that thing if you haven't seen gems in grating safe for young to near who's brilliant the storm share that and to see if for more fun flexible the palmer i think he's very relaxed and very improvise invitational on its way from that point of set piece guy that we know love as when the ones is actually really not available in this country it's ingredients and han lama sees which is.

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"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Director to do what they do with that material to atrocious and one is really really good and i think that's a lot of is what brian palmer brings to it and it feels if you wash it now it feels so unlikely as a some blockbuster somehow given that what we were expecting today sequence that sequences they break into the almost entirely silent is very very tightly controlled especially compared to film to which is just john we off the leash into throwing stuff and it doesn't work but i think one for for some blockbuster it's really well constructed and the fact you have the middle setpieces is silent and so he just slow jeff and right down which he does in his other films yes quite rare tavern blockbuster i just love that when the rat turns out this great again us neal's split after going in the foreground john john reynolds in foreground rats in the background roy sucks saxon toilet picking guts up why one they quit suggest is not proper depalma is there's no voyeurism split personalities it doesn't feel him with his star lead it seems he's film about what he's interested in well that's what i was gonna get onto because i was working untouchables you could argue as well is something very pure commercial vehicle for him that maybe he had had a couple of stiffs body double and and wise guys and one of the take movie that would be the movie a hit and then apply his little stylish sensibilities to it but when you go back to pure under stilled diploma which for me is blow out dressed to kill body double obsession and a fury which we haven't even talked about really although the fear is a bit more.

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"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"The fish tank is ner a bit where he goes there's a there's a bit the front about film the front seems like you remember quite love this film you keep on going long boy so great about mission impossible and people love michigan so grab it again i think it's applying depalma's style and sense of sense of of orchestrating the great setpiece and brings it into what could have been otherwise fairly standard tom cruise actioner so it's not just the seam ably in don low also the the opening sequence where not the sequence but the secrets were ethan team gets wiped down so you get emilio estevez in the lift you get all sorts of happening under a couple of other great secrets as well it also has a really bad shit and saying twist which if you know the tv series right yeah especially you know the tv series you think that jim phelps the jon voight character is he's the hero the tv show and spoiler alert turns out to be the bad guy of the film and that's a really batch it and saint twist think how to happen today a lot of people have been up in arms about it on twitter the hashtag and everything but back in the back in the good old days of nineteen ninetysix people loved it lost shit for mission possible has now has a formula that it it does that's fair to say right with from from about four onwards has a formula so certainly the first two are a script which is then given an amazing.

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"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Did it so it's all on him and you're right a great moments where the camera does a lot of the work but it's about film it's about film but again that's not focused on the bad of departments focus we think is the best performance of the palm of film i think it might be pipe laurean carry she's right travolta in blow out yep somebody's maybe travolta's best performance actually yeah really sketches jack terry who's one one way of being john terry is knee which four just make the film even more difficult to watch and the interesting to fold is that was his first film up to going to try to speak with with greeson favor and each uses to go back and work again with the palmer to carry is one of his favorite films blow out it's free so that may well be white cost travolta in proficient because there's so much stuff travolta did the look the goldfish and you can't really see a free line but blow out you can actually see a freelance carter's amazing fireworks i mean tarantino's a huge travolta found romney had a welcome back kotter board game that you made him play when he came onto his house by imagine that yeah it huge diploma fan could see he nicked that scene from casualties war reser what those look into my eyes looking into i absolutely wholesale music you from blow our which is in desperate yeah but you're talking about john lithgow.

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"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"I did enjoy more than when i watched online for the first time it's is matt is absolutely insane it's kind of a sort of coked up phantom of the opera williams would maybe driver there's a lot of energy to and you sound like a teacher trying to give someone a really really nice report card they haven't had the greatest of yours i thought it was terrible absolutely terrible if audience eat have a better time people at the paul williams scored on a good like the songs i didn't like the songs either there was there was very little i liked beef in it gary grandma do like rem and did you say set decorator on that film he meant she kept having buckets of red paint falling on a head yeah was it the film before carry as well just carry yeah 'cause i can't i can't make that leap from paradise which is completely insane movie and complete original i mean i will say that about it it's it's like nothing else you've seen to literally just a few months later carry which is a great horror grace lisk sequences right from the right from the off possibly the greatest ending harm of history as well i can't make the leap from that guy that guy is he one of those directors that's only as good as you script if he's material make good film he can't let econ elevator learn learn from the department documentary is the desa steps sequence in the untouchables was actually he he made that up on the fly.

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"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"But i just his use of the camera his stage in his blocking his his incredible ability to mount very complicated set pieces whether it's again the shootout the entity untouchables there's an amazing shootout equally the end of carlito's way there's just something that he can his his knack for putting a great visuals piece together is maybe not second to none was we talk martin cassese in the last point but he certainly spielberg he's pretty good isn't he read peyton reed don't get all but he's he's definitely up there top ten of diplomacy pace might be boring and go for the the problem seen in kerry can just amazing just so tense and so these your ability to do split screen and to have action sustained in split screen no other director really does that i can't even think because he's a big influence in at garage but i can't really think of many splitscreen moments in grind movies scott pilgrim spunk sculpture stuff in school program okay bush's up scripts bit screen is at the end of kerry where you can feel sympathy for he's very fake technical device i'm not sure that's his best use it nineties more love technique than he is so yeah anyway yeah he is very day today and he's colin today he is such cold is very cold filmmaker which is patterned personalities more he doesn't get to be hollywood blockbusters anymore he doesn't have a warm bonus body untouchables which but that's brought warmth is provided by mammoths writing think and he can't really doesn't redirected very well it's quite sentimental touch carlito's way is maybe his warmest film it's quite soulful really liked that character that's quite rare you know you watch something like body double we don't really want to that that guy tool ways good like humanity to humanity and the early the late sixties films as well greetings and high mommy listen to this human beings just so what changed the just fall in love technique.

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"brian de palma" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"You will get note thrift no swifter noth well we didn't probably even get that far we but they they kind of left us alone but um you know i don't know it was just a uh it was just it was just misguided it was just a misguided thing let's talk about divorce what kind of films commandos yougofirst what kind of films that i've made come on a nerd that just made a divorce room 230 well i've looked at divorce from let me this in the whale was divorce more from the kids for speight was more like my lawn thinking about it back then witness to a divorce ya and not understanding at and that a young age yeah and so that's interesting that the spielberg documentary is all about the divorce and how it affected his move while i think et is actually very good movie about divorce i mean it is it's a very moving movie about divorce in a way um i mean i think it's partly why i remember actually i saw you with my father uh as i was saying i saw the screening of it and i didn't know anything about it except that i had a big idea that i like steven spielberg's movies and at that age and i mean i cried so much in the movie that i remember what should i was wearing because um i kept picking it up to put it in my face because i was i could not stop crying and i remember driving home dislike spent an my father started going into this whole thing of like that e t in a way was the father figure for elliot you know that he didn't have and i didn't actually realize that doesn't think about it that way i just was sad about the alien you know.

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"brian de palma" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"Gave you something it got you out of your own crap and you've got to kind of do something in another way and then you could call was come back to yourself and and i fell in a way that's what francis was for me it was a way too do something that was personal but also felt may be more interpretive via now been also making in black and white was that too and making it an a strippeddown group it just it was like a first movie i never made and i think it informed everything i did after it i think i kind of you know i i don't know what a by my career seems sort of broken up into almost like new first movies and i think maybe that's a good thing to do every so often when while we were young in 2014 were you having a midlife crisis well i think i got divorced around that time are right around the time i was writing it and i think the movie has number is not about a divorce but i think it i think there was something i don't know why but i wrote that movie at a low time in my life and i think uh you know and in a way it's like a moreover comedy um but it is it does have the sort of undertone may be of of you know midlife stuff what was your hbo experience look mind was a disaster.

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"brian de palma" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"Francis pat visuals francis part of it was her running which is you know a section of the movie so it it it berries i think though the going back to your other than the structure of this structure also in francis in in this movie was a big part of it were you ever affected boy generation of filmmakers slick whom makers of the 70s of the french do were yes very much so i mean i think when i discovered the french new way of i felt very that was very exciting for me although not all of them were is immediately accessible i mean truffaut was immediately accessible i think there's something you know about i mean the hundred blows has just is just an accessible movie drills and jim is inaccessible movie um for when our went for me any way when i was in college i think like romar it took me two probably ten years later to kind of really understand those movies and then i love them as much as i love anything same thing with birdman i didn't quite getting college even though i know maybe bergman is sort of a college fine for a lot of people are wasn't for me i didn't quite understand why in a i think something about the sort of scandinavian thing i it just seems so direct i didn't quite get it and now i love it i love it as much as anything uh.

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"brian de palma" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"And i believe you offered newport i did i offered do part of the therapist and you said no and uh but you said don't worry i turn everybody down i turned woody allen down so i felt in good company woods good now when you made mr jealously this was known as successful port um no in a lot of ways it wasn't but it was you know i was uh i think i was twenty seven or something i mean it's it was crazy to be thinking of you make you my second movie a twenty seven but i i think it was you know i hadn't fully learned how to do it yet at i mean and i don't just mean make shoot movies i meant they mean like even produced them and find the right collaborators and in i think than you would had a very successful oh debut built by first movie i was kicking screaming had had had a nice reception and with whom you unhurt from perth yet which was great i mean which kind of rescued at it would have i think gone straight to video if if thumb if they hadn't taken it what did you learn when you're picture bombed i think retrospectively at the time i'd thought just you know i was just at uh you know i was angry about it and thought it deserve better in retrospect i went into a period of figuring out i knew i still wanted to make movies but i think i needed to figure out who i was as a grown up as a filmmaker i think i made movie so young that i was still kind of like doing the movies i thought i might make as a kid and.

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"brian de palma" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"E t was a big movie for me as a kid the first rot the robin hood the errol flynn robin hood uh was a movie that really meant a lot to me as a kid the wizard of oz also um i think wanting to this sort of what you i think what you the vertigo moment may be for me was more in college was jewels and gm right yeah was the seeing something that had not may be that if a that i knew that if i'd seen it even a year earlier i would not have had the same reaction it was like the right time to be seen that movie i was ready for it and good fellas was in theaters at the same time and i'd seen that and loved it and i saw when i saw drills gemma's like this is he's doing aversion dumming the lot of good fellas felt like that movie i later read an interview with him where he talked about that but i felt like i saw it and i felt like i thought like there's so much about movies that in this movie that i wanna do you know that made me want to go make them now did you do did you make sure it's when neuner teens i made stuff on you know god i was sort of a teenager win like vhs came into to the world and these sort of like high eight videos and so i got at one of those cameras and i would make movies in the summers with my friends and i would edit them on to vcrs with the rainbow between cuts you know because i actually destroyed aviss at one of the vcrs burnt doubt i cousin in the in the.

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"brian de palma" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"To think of it as a collection of stories somehow help me right it to sort of think of it i think where you in retrospect i think partly to think about what how i was going to organize it with the brothers being separated in our not being in the same movie also 'cause i knew i was working with that m a sandler and ben stiller the that in some ways i was keeping them out of the movie together that there was something that seemed interesting about that to sort of hold that and then also um i think it also like it away the movie the structure of the movie help i think i saw it is like stuff that was omitted was he was equally important in a way like that you know you don't see herald go into the hospital you don't see you know there's things you don't see this things that you are referred to that come that that just helped me kind of understand what would be in them if that mixed thank you thank you bye now if you're doing this now did you ever have a o vertigo moment a what vertigo moment young um in that there was a movie that kind of made me want to make movies were made me sort of see movies st martin in the jerk yes you keep on referring to them trying to get my head around it i don't know that would be at i think uh.

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"brian de palma" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"brian de palma" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"Let's go over the titles did you choose the title three rooms the titles meaning the title of the film i chose the title the fokker let's start with her why did i choose it let's let's go through them so go through all my title titles owner through we have kicking and screaming yes no how'd you get that idea for well who was originally called fifty year that movie uh uh uh meaning the fifth year of college because it was no end i was told by the company that financed it that it was not commercial so i then one day when i was scouting locations i had the the expression kicking and screaming came into my head it seem may that would be good i didn't have the foresight to know that will feral would a soccer movie with the same time otherwise i might have thought again about it or pushed for fifth year um so that's the one m the second one was called mr jealousy that was the only title that one had um then the squid in the way all i was also told not to call that movie that because it would sound like it was animated moore was at cool the screwed new because of the uh the uh natural history museum exhibit who is an exhibit with the squid mmu will yes that features in the movie as youth the it in the move ucf at the very end of the movie and he taught tells a story about him okay then word on word the next one is.

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