17 Burst results for "Casey Affleck"
"casey affleck" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"And and I remember on on on the oceans movies, I became friendly with Casey Affleck. But I never never really met. We're talk with Benny bass is big brother, Ben who was the best friend do Matt Damon. And so I decided to go to a party that Clooney was having for Argo because I was impressed. I was impressed with Ben Affleck craft and I thought he'd be pleased. You know, I was able to say, you know, I don't like being impressed because I'm so deeply into the work. And so into the life of what we're doing, you know, but I was impressed. I thought you'd be pleased to to know it not not to be found found a little pretentious or grandiose. I don't mean. In it that way, and so he was pleased. And then he said to make I have a question for you, get all the stuff you've done everything all this time. If he ever done anything that you were sorry. You did afterwards. I said that's a great question. Let me give it a moment. My answer is. No, no, it would be so disloyal to so many people dependent on our work and with the crew and the team of people that we have to put together some things work, some things don't work we live and die. We we make an I told you a the the the quote of James Joyce. Yeah. No life makes no mistakes. It sounds like the experience that you had with a glimpse of tiger. Actually might have made you a better person a major more aware. God, I didn't even glimpse of tie. Oh, my God a glimpse of tiger. Oh my goodness. I may have to write it because it was so so crucial there. I mean when Bergman called me because I said, yeah, I can't say note in Bergman. I mean, you know, I mean, but so I'll read his piece and then see if he'll call me in the west village, and then I can talk with him, you know. And and to me, you know, I was something like no, no was so deepen the hair on the back of my of my next up. It was like a how I would make vibration of sound of for a puppy or a dog or a baby or a child. You know, just like that. I said, okay, I'll come along out. Do what you want me to do? And that was some experience, you know, drug bubble often when I showed by. Many was ended. This is already fee notes. Still I don't think it was the longer by. But this was perce opposed to glimpse of tiger. I mean, I'm I can't couldn't get any work because I mean, you know, I pay for everything by the way. I mean, they paid for everything and they also had to have people. You know to have checked out of mentally, and psychologically, you know. I mean, I know I had no judgement and no perspective. But was able to get here to see for myself. Oh, we don't matter. How good you wanna be? My goodness gracious. The president of the United States didn't have time or a coat to go to pay respects to all of our fallen soldiers from World War One. Give me a fucking break. Will you that experience is no good or bad? Yeah. I mean, go to bed that that experience while I don't wanna be glib or anything like that. Yes. It gave me. But still I didn't know because when Bergman called me, I mean, I'm making we didn't expect me. This was all about my first wife now mind you I started out before. But was all about Barbara. You know, so interested in you know, it's like a gym, bro. Who's a nice guy in the movie that the second movie I did for Peter Himes Capricorn one. I save his life and bro. And Brolin to me at the fortieth screen anniversary of Capricorn one. You said to me e r a better agent for me the my own agent. And I said, you do you think that this business to me? No, I'm devoted to my son and his mother, I don't care what anybody is. But we all have limitations and Bergman and Amos to me like very early on in the process of the film, filming touchy said, you've gone beyond your limits, and you'll have to live more to understand what you've done and at that moment..
"casey affleck" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"Between the past. Leads or someone out of the pass. And to take of living, we may be through in the past, but the not through with us. Welcome back to the next picture. Show a movie of the week. Podcast of it took Lusk film in the way it's shaped our thoughts on a recent release. I'm Keith Phipps here again with Genevieve Kasey Scott, Tobias, tasha Robinson won't be with us because guys, this is hard to say, but she's on the run from the law on the run for like four weeks. Now, if anyone if anyone sees her consider the romantic appeal living on your own terms and just let her be okay. In our left episode, you discuss the classic sixties western Butch Cassidy and Sundance kid, and this one will cover the old man and the gun a David Larry film starring Robert Redford that a lot to the other half of our parent and many other films from Redford's career, the old man, the gun began as a two thousand three New Yorker article by David grant about the life and career force, Tucker and criminal, whose arrest record data back to his teen years as scape for whatever facilities he was placed in including San Quinton. The film mostly covers a later chapter and Tucker's career when he and again of fellow agent, bandits robbed a series of. Banks in the south west, read, replace Tucker with twinkle in his eye and his partners in crime played by Danny Glover and Tom waits the film co stars, Casey Affleck as all Lowery films apparently must as a law man determined to take Tucker down, but also kind of gets his techni-. Charm took her learning also to a horse farm owner named jewel play, but says he space who's drawn him before she learns how he makes his money and stays with him. After the film will also turn Tucker, isn't blind to the consequences of the life. He's chosen for himself and others. Another actor my plate Tucker played them well, but the Casio Redford makes the film about two careers at once Tucker's and Redford's and his long history of plane rebels and rogues dates back to Arthur Penn's chase in nineteen sixty six. If not before the California born Redford could easily coasted into leading man parts on his good looks alone, but he chose another path. And if this is Redford's last role, it's a lovely summation of what's made him such an appealing star. Like many of his performances. It's understated. He never seems to try too hard. He doesn't have to Robert. Redford he can walk in smile little, say the right words and Steeler moving. Excuse me, I'd like to open up an account. Well, great. What type of account the having this. City was armed. They had gun, we saw, well, he was also sort of gentleman. He's Mary, seemed like a nice enough l.. Is he smile. States any three robberies in two years. He think he can get love his cuffs on myself chance. I another city baby. Another town spend his whole life locked up said for the city broke out, somebody should. Well, he finds something love. Follow exactly where supposed to be. You're never exactly they are now whatever close the door. I think this is the last time I'll ever chance to do. Whatever that thing was you're not doing the door, closes the window. Live in gamble baby ovens, much the same. Where the surely there's Mazier way to make a living. He looked to not talking about making a living. I'm just talking about. All right. So what do you think about this movie? It's our third, David Lowery man. Now. Steven Spielberg two, three Peats on this show. Oh, yeah. Very, have a theory about that, which is that David Lowery makes the most next picture show movies imaginable. And I think almost to his detriment to some degree. I mean, we never did then bodies saints, but his film are so suggestive of past that they feel it covers. Sometimes I love that movie though. That doesn't the hook me on David. But I mean that one is that it was a little too thieves like us. Yes. And this one starts Malik. It's basically like us. It would be antibody saints. Yeah. And then then Pete's dragon is like, let's do the original Pete's dragon, but in the style of filmmaking that I liked era, and then he's got this movie which is Omar to which casting in the classic Redford film of that era also sort of like the low key seventies crime movies or which it set various..
"casey affleck" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"Old man in the gun. It's based on a true life story. So new story that appeared in the New Yorker several years ago about this career criminal on aimed Forrest Tucker, not the forest, Tucker, you and I do with. But this Bank robber who would kind of shuffle into these banks is this harmless. Old guy, codger and walk out with the loot because nobody saw them coming and nobody would ever countenance such a harmless. Old man being a Bank robber and Robert Redford still got it adorable, so sweet that smile the twinkle, the smile, the hair, the whole bit. It's a perfect role for him and early in the movie, the movie starts with him kind of doing one of his high and then getting away and the and the way that he lose the police is incredibly clever and it involves meeting somebody who's played by sec- SpaceX. And honestly, for my money, she's the secret sauce in this movie. I mean, I love Redford. But the two of them together every time they're together on the screen, it just lights up. She is wonderful and so charming. It's a very, it's been. It's directed by this guy named David Lowery who I- door he did. He did Pete's dragon. The Disney movie, the live action Disney movie, which Bradford's also in he did ain't them bodies saints. Oh, sure. Go with Casey, Affleck and Marra, which I loved. He did go story with Casey, Affleck and Casey Affleck in this one who plays the, he plays the Dallas detective who gets onto Tuckers trail, but they've made this into this very low key movie. They want to kind of subvert all the tropes of the of the cop chase film, and I feel like they almost over didn't. It's it almost needs a little bit more juice. It's very low stakes. It's very gentle. It's very sweet and charming also things. I love the score for music. You will love the meal score. It's got this kind of. Tro it all takes place in the early eighties, but it's almost got a seventies feel they use like old sixteen millimeter film stock and the the scores kind of that old school seventies jazz score. I just loved all those elements, but I needed a little bit more juice or a little bit more own. But you know, if you're just to see Redford it is it is in his mellow old, a Reverend space as it playing together. That sounds pretty great. It's pretty fun and is quite charming, so so good, but not does get, doesn't get the great doesn't get to great and I and I also kind of had this, you know, and we're going to talk about another movie called the hate. You give in a in a second, but there's also, you know, and I think you know, we've been talking in recent days about privilege and impunity and people getting away with stuff just because of who they are and how they look. And this is an example of that. I mean, this guy, he's he's, he's put across this terminal coot with with mischief streak. But you know. He heard people, you know, he hurts people in the course of this movie. He doesn't kill anybody, but it hurts. But he does whether it's physically or spiritually. Frankly, I mean, you know, it's it's, this is not a consequence free thing and it's a bit of it's got a moral ethical dimension to it that I think the movie slides over little bit. I, you know, on the one hand, I feel like Lowery's giving us credit to make that judgment on our own, which I usually applaud. But we kinda feel like it's a little bit too. Lead us a little bit closer hurt. I think to have a little more skepticism about about this guy on the part of the the filmmaker, but but you know, all in all, though it's a pleasant viewing experience. And like I said for Redford fan, there are lots of little nods to his past movies a little Omar as that our funds. So I wonder if in that and I'm totally, this is just me speaking out loud which you know, speculating. I wonder if it's tough tough for the filmmaker to portray Redford and that kind of light. It's like rain so much action with that's the buying. I'm trying to think. I've only seen him play a bad guy, like once was in one of the camp in America movie. The nasty guy..
"casey affleck" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Baby driver and so l gort right there was another not dry courtney but another kind of potato had guide like oh i think jack rayner yeah talented like him in i like him more or anyplace scumbags like like him in like free fire or whatever you know like but han solo is very tricky because i think here's some other ones i got some of the names for you dave franco sure right on a small people harrison ford's tall he's six foot two it's weird aaron taylor johnson really is like a list of like nick robinson who's the guy who is just in love simon rate rami malik like you said ed westwick that sense let's not talk about teams to bak clark gable really do you know i looked at the the list of hosts from two seasons ago on snl and they're literally five host from that season who would never be allowed back on the show right coup like louis c k 's or casey affleck he shouldn't have been hosting four five from one season that casey affleck dunkin sketches funny though for that episode tom felton former drako malfoy weird logan lerman chris pratt that's not true scott eastwood's on this list this was a wide net ephron involved ever i think he was which is weird because he was sort of like someone who tested for every room but also the problem is that it was like god hustle everyone loves him so charismatic so charming so confident but there couple tricky things but hunt so that i think often get lost in people's minds you know that they don't really breakdown which is one hyunsil always has a chip on his shoulder yes true there's a little bit of an anger to the character yes he's an asshole but not in the way where he's like mean to people it's more like he just has like a sort of simmering energy yeah because here's the thing that i analyzed in the first thirty minutes of this movie where i started getting really excited i felt like they were getting the character right uhhuh hyunsil will always acts high status he's always low status sure hans was always kind of input upon.
"casey affleck" Discussed on The Film Vault
"One had a person in the title noone knows no one knows robert ford is number two way too long title number three watched the trailer today not an inspiring trailer it's kind of like all right it's a very slow talky which is exactly what it was back that i liked this movie though but direct by andrew dominik director of killing them softly and chopper brad pitt casey sam rock well shopper sings because eric bands performance is so magnetic and just was such deliberate spark enter dominic makes quiet movie when yeah when i didn't know that johnny not a quiet movie because bannon kind of took over the whole film i think you know but when he gets to make a movie the way he wants to make it and have casey affleck in their killing themselves really enjoyed that that's his mood the opening scene of killing them softly is fantastic for tension but then it doesn't the rest of it can't live up this movie two hours and forty minutes long that heist it's stressful feels longer than two hours and forty minutes and yeah i think the combination of the running time and the long labor title and few things probably sunk this movie at the box office las twenty six ninety dollars real quick the title of the movie that we're talking about that is fantastic documentary lost about the island of doctor ore law soul doomed journey of richard stanley's island dr moreau that is a fantastic movie was stream for the longest time if you have a chance to check that out and you like those kind of behind the scene documentaries on allah hearts of darkness and burden of dreams which is about fisker aldo which is right up there with arts darkness oh so good.
"casey affleck" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel
"I'll never forgive timothy shalam for turning into casey affleck in interstellar growing up to be because honestly once fucking what's the movie goal call me by your blue is the warmest keller came out you're like whoa timothy shallow me he's an everything literally everything and i completely forgot that he was in or seller i don't member heard his name before this was all happening and it's like oh wow he's been here he's been here at also murph murphy young young just chastain is resume that's why mind blowing let's all watch interstellar let's watch matthew mcconaughey nick quiver ways i've never seen a nick do god the crying scene that scene is really fucked up though and the last question is when choosing therapist did you guys find age to be a factor not feeling understood due to generation gap like i didn't like it to pick my therapist you know i still don't know the age my therapist is soom she is in her leg early thirties from what i can tell but you can tell that there's not a generational honestly she could be like twentyeight she she's ageless as been i didn't get to choose based on anything but like i'm not gonna lie like i do feel very understood and like i did have in pennsylvania he was like i don't know maybe like in his forties guy and and then the guy before that that was part of our campus and like yeah i definitely did not feel first of all because they were men probably was another reason why didn't feel super comfortable.
"casey affleck" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"I can't even remember the last thing i saw him it was inherent vice in the master the pta movies what else was he oh my go with michelle williams when he oh no god that wasn't that's casey affleck scares matches as he was good though okay great fucking but it's just really it's hard to say it's fun it's not it's a draining movie it's a good movie though it's very good i think i loved it one that you saw this we got to see you would never really here okay that's the movie that's gonna go like it's going to have a little bit out there it's shorter it's well contained right you know the story it's one of those slight it's hard to say sisa life 'cause whose life is this somebody's at somebody's but yeah there's like he's he's this guy who's had a shit life who is like you know you know his objective throughout the all these just trying to save this one little girl for this one job and now he's got these like the government officials and everybody after him and it's like this weird creepy perverted world and it's very human and you're never really here go see it it sounds actually really good i mean i think yeah you didn't know he didn't really giving you any indication going in whether this was good or not so it wasn't i didn't i didn't you know oh my god you heard about the six trafficking thing with the go from.
"casey affleck" Discussed on Food 4 Thot
"I'm paul ryan he knew that was coming i knew it was coming bringing back kill just for paul ryan paul ryan sam smith casey affleck oh no oh my god i'm sorry everyone i'm never having sexy you have to bone one of these people what was the middle one again man i'm boning sam smith i guess i'm benching casey affleck and i'm blocking paul ryan i mean it's really yeah see i liked tennis would love paul ryan in order to ruin his career well my from their minus not about ruining his career just one paul ryan hey just think he's hot i wanna take healthcare way from someone he wants to fuck someone who's taking healthcare away from someone hey do someone else all right well i i'm owning paul ryan thank benching i'm benching sam smith and i'm blocking casey affleck oh yes yeah i would bone sam smith i like i said white boy every now and then well you got one sitting right across casey i don't know who that is getting so we'll bench him to a gholam and then block is paul ryan great let's get even more serious here anthony scaramucci sean spicer omarosa we're doing.
"casey affleck" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Casey affleck yeah right what are the things against it it's casey affleck old men and guns it's like it's not really anything that's too popular right now and i always feel like with redford i was so like convinced that all is lost was going to be such a such a breakthrough for him you know without because he's only been ever nominated for an acting oscar one time he's obviously one for directing he won for directing ordinary people but he's only ever nominated for acting for the sting and he's this like you know huge player in hollywood and everybody sort of expected that all is lost was going to be that the various nomination and that was the that like he got snubbed and hang scott snapped and it was really too bad lowery feels like i love to go story but like that is a decidedly not not built for oscars and i wonder if lowry is maybe not going to be on the academy's wavelength for a while if ever has an engine because i think i mean peace dry in which i loved really does feel like a down the middle sort of sentimental oscar kind of thing even though it was disney and that's not going to get nominated but like he has that in him it's not all weird casey affleck rooney mara romances you know slow eating yeah i don't know i like david lowery a lot i would like to maybe not work with casey anymore can i talk about a an actor i second that i'm starting to get good feelings about putting much on someone that will go on notice this year we're looking at these fox searchlight pictures and back to back the favourite the yugoslav the so that we just talked about and the tolkien bio pic both have nicole tune them and i feel like nicole to someone that like i could really feels like needs to be in supporting he's not gonna get supporting for the token movie but maybe supporting for the favorite or lead for the token bio pic which feels like a classic old school oscar so.
"casey affleck" Discussed on LWAF
"Both of the these movies what i loved about him is the unexpected is what happens constantly lake you as a scene is set up and this is where i think shame black really sores that he set the scene up for you to be like oh here's the triumphant moment and then you know the person slips and gino breaks their nose respond to you know just the exact opposite happens away thinks in heaven the assassination of jesse james by the cower rubber ford that's a really good movie with the cemetery fees gorgeous and it's casey affleck and brad pitt and it's the i think it's it's it's the story of the assassination of desert aimed obviously but it just a real it also very much purchase it from a character play see now and it's it's a little long and saying can take the two and a half hour range and it's just a really wellmade well toll story what the bleep have you heard the anthem it's a documentary kind of a documentary there's latter reinactments and um eight it's kind of about now i'm the mess this up as a and look it up there wasn't a preparing for this but it's about astrophysics i think it not astrophysics a hold on let me look it up 'cause i don't want to sound like an idiot who can deliver i now it it's been a while is that they watch it's a you know uh to this for american film it combines documentarystyle interviews computer animated graphics in a narrative that posits a spiritual connection between quantum physics and consciousness there you go that's what it's about it but it's it's just a really ownersh is that what is good for him it's just a really interesting can of mindbending thing you know where eight eight gives you a lot of.
"casey affleck" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Is because very interesting dan and i want your take on this how do we start to separate artist from film i have fearsome screeners for you guys and i was going to watch wonder wheel which is what our yazd in movie but supposed to be terrible and with all these allegations now but reality and i feel like i'm is what's the hypocrisy of any else now all of a sudden we see what are we can't support woody allen even their renewal with the step for years so is okay when i watch midnight paris because i loved unlike hemingway and it's funny swims icl but now i can get on my high horse and so no i'm not going to watch wonder mill the movies sucks it's made by the villain woody allen so how'd you stir separate each week we start to say ethan hawke who i love who was wonderful when i met him but then i mentioned to my cousin she goes all we cheated on his way for the nanny into the and i go okay like i don't have to look at these guys as heroes but if he has a personal failing i suppose but now do kind of her watch chinatown again because won't plants is a horrible person no i think were kind of in the middle of the storm right now still and it's forward mainly the right reasons i think it's going to come with time when you can start to accept these artists for the art as you said in separate them from the man we saw a lot of it with casey affleck last year and he still won best actor i i don't think he would win this year if he was up for the award as we saw with frank or not even getting nominated i think it's going to be a time situation on the you're gonna have to wait i think hollywood's in this still in the middle of this huge upheaval it's going to be a long time before you can just say that's a bad person but i appreciate there aren't you love manchester by the sea has did i i did if casey affleck could not win best actor because of sexual harassment allegations against would you a bit upset.
"casey affleck" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"We are going to ban political and religious figures from the segment mostly to avoid having did have a back and forth with any listeners who disagree because that's just not all that enjoyable in i don't want upset anybody that's not even the real reason i don't mind upsetting people i just don't feel like dealing with any more political or religious shit we all have enough controversy in our lives this is a safe place was supposed to be have funny it's my famous person that i want to fight today is casey affleck which i know is a little random and i'm and explain why something about his face upsets me and on top of that he's got all the sexuale gatien's against him now with multiple outofcourt settlements i saw the movie the assassination of jesse james by the coward robert ford which by the way is like eight and a half hours long and in that movie casey affleck pipped plays one of he plays robert forward one of the most punishable characters ever in it permanently ruined casey affleck for me now i realize casey affleck is in multiple you know classic movies what's the movie that bin aflac and matt damon wrote together goodwill hunting casey's in that just as a result of being ben's brother that's a great movie case he's not annoying in that movie but as a whole he has become a person that i want to fight and manchester by the sea was his most recent largescale success was nominated i believe it won many awards i think he won fort that was the most depressing fucking movie ever in very boring considering how messed up at was in the messed up circumstances the main character if you're going take me on an emotional rollercoaster to hail their better be some lesson in the lesson better be bigger than don't get shipped faced and burn your house down with your kids inside.
"casey affleck" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Air but i will be going four film this year or i guess beginning of 2018 some look forward to that but um a ghost story men i was not expecting where this movie goes and again i don't want to really give anything away but it's one that i'd seen a lot of people talking about and i sort of new like oh rooney more at ease the pie and casey affleck wears a ghost cheat and that was basically all i knew about the movie so structurally i had no clue that this movie basically takes it a huge turn um a few minute ain't no probably halfway or a little less than halfway into it and i was uh sort of blown away by just like structurally what the movie does i'm still wrestling with it whether or not i think it's it's a great movie or anything like that it also sort of looks like instagram the movie like every shot is sort of perfectly composed and and framed two in on it and the whole thing looks like all the colors erlich straight out of an instagram filter but it's it's it's a movie that i didn't really connect with on an emotional level that i think a lot of other people probably will and have um so take that as you well and then finally just so i can stop talking a i saw the good place i i've been i realize this is on netflixing heard so many people recommend the show and my wife and i started watching it i think we got four episodes in iit we both loved parks and recreation when that was on and a lot of the same creative people are involved with a good place and you can feel it in the best ways possible with with the little jokes and just the writing style um the performances are all a pretty solid so far too but uh but really the writing is is what's selling me on the show so far um i almost so from jacksonville florida and one of the the main characters in the first few episodes is from jacksonville and he's like an aspiring edm dj.
"casey affleck" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"I haven't seen any of his other films but they're supposed to be quite good and a ghost story stars rooney mara and casey affleck as a passionate young couple unexpectedly separated by a shocking loss who discover an eternal connection and the love that his infinite i think the thing that you will have seen if you've seen anything about it is the image of casey affleck wearing a sheet over his head with a couple of i holes cuts out like a cartoonish ghost and he spends most of the film like that i'd be no it's not too much of a spoil it to say he plays a ghost in the film but this device of having him just be almost like a pantomime figure of a ghost is incredibly effective and unsettling i thought so anyway as just looking at some reviews for the film and they're i mean mainly positive but there every once every one sounds a note of caution or lease a lot of reviews do uh this is a variety quote a ghost story could actually be better suited to a museum setting where this intermittently effective conceptual experiments patients testing approach might be most appreciated well patients testing maybe it depends what you're in the mood for it's quite slow moving sometimes and he uses a technique of holding locked tough shots at certain points at the end of a scene the director for much longer than you would normally expect so that they then become i suppose a bit more osce an experimental.
"casey affleck" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday
"For me yeah um what else from old me uh well i watched a movie that you didn't watch again meet and watch it wash the movie called a ghost story a ghost story a good story answer um against my better judgement i was kinda like do on a you know i the reason i skipped manchester by the sea was because yes a you know casey affleck his of fuck face sun um but this movie starring casey affleck ago story is another you know got crazy good reviews yup yup it did uh it is about a man and his wife who live um in a house yeah then he dies and he is forced to just watch life go by passively while he is a ghost like a white cheated go yeah classic go i think that's one of the sort of like cell set like they've been selling the movie on on the posters and stuff that that's a very specific choice that has been made in this movie is that he's he's under a blanket for a good portion of it yeah i go i mean that the the it wears it's uh uh it it wears its intent on its leave um is it listen this movie's great idea it's uh it does a thing in the middle where a guy explains everything uh and and i was kinda like i didn't need that down at the same time it's not necessarily that that's what's happening it's just.
"casey affleck" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Directing film or at least he didn't early talks and call the shots on red platoon which is based on a memoir by clinton romeva about his experiences during the battle of camdessus in afghanistan in october of two thousand nine um so it sounds like it has you know as an are all on paper it would have comparisons to something like lone survivor not that i'm saying it was a similar situation in terms of there being a lone survivor um but in terms of uh facing vastly superior numbers in a predawn raid so um there was a congressional medal of honor involved if you wanna read more about the the circumstances that there's a bit more than our story i don't want to spoil everything a power and leith affleck takes the job he's looking at casey affleck for the lead role um which would be the second time they've teamed up after com baby gone emerging he can you know you still got his number i mean well it that doesn't he doesn't look before it's the first in his rolodex yep yep so anyway said that that is is apparently a thing that may or may not happen we shall see that's what i keep an eye on us excellent news as indeed i think we talked about this last week talked with the return of on the partridge legal gentleman last week i believe him on the show um but we didn't talk about until the it was actually announce return of fleet by giving the second series uh excellent of yes revenue cheese into the face of tony airs head of commissioning the bbc uh for you bridge is going to second series mazen excellent uh uh a whole new venture we don't know much about it but.
"casey affleck" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"Casey affleck atta batman moving is like hey those my brother while guys were doing a real tour of our best of real on anyway there are these assassins hit meanwhile a there's a subplot the movie keeps forgetting which is medina trying to track down who this accountant character is she manages to track him and finds out that she finds she has been shown a bunch of pictures of the bag of his head sushi takes who scream capture and she sends it to her tech buddy owners like at heine garrity i think she has liars i need face capture whatever now and there they never say to her others know face in this picture they say yeah we should be able to can reconstruct his face from the back of his head maybe they can do that is like an enemy of the state when will smith is on camera holding a gift bag and they go hold on rotate the bag in the video image of the bag turns around they can see what's in the other side and like wait a minute cameras get into the and welcomed the 1984 you'd call man i didn't even realise so she realised her friends find some video those captured of this same person ben affleck killing a bunch of people in a hit on some mobsters 'cause he's a super assassin up but i forgot one thing we forgot to mention that he keeps changing his name as moves run is different aliases in they're all except for christian wolf i guess they're all the names of famous mathematicians she's known as liu carol and what was the other one it was with charles gatt guiral girl found gals and it takes her.