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"clive owen" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"clive owen" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

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"clive owen" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks

One Giant Leap For Geeks

05:06 min | 3 years ago

"clive owen" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks

"Carrot through dude's mouth and he's like eat your vegetables it's just it's a callback to audit kinda shit like there's a sex scene in that movie where they have a sex slash gunfight scene so like he's having sex with like clive owen is having sex with monica bellucci's character some pretty sure and these guys come in and they're still fucking as he's like shooting in kill him off because like toronto run into oh yeah oh she's she's like still into it and come in and oh god yes and he's killing all his mom is it is absurd but it's it's hilarious though i'm like so i guess this can be the inverse of the last one for the last dump shit of the week when do not go back and watch what was it again deep blue sea but you can go back and watch shoot them up that one is actually pretty good it's ridiculous from beginning to end but it's actually pretty it's pretty funny and it's on purpose and it's not just like you know big any bullshit to somebody threw together like oh you know and it's it's unintentionally funny because it's so bad this one goes out of its way to be bad on purpose our next mission is from sloth bear at sloth bear the number thirty five on twitter and it looks like it's from lord of the rings when everything is falling there's rocks falling and the character is still just jumping on these rocks trying to get to the bad guy yeah i was confused at that when it does look like 'cause shit it almost looks like this or some shit like jumping in black and white so it's really hard to tell so i couldn't tell like what movie that's from but regardless like yeah gravity don't work like that no not at all all fallen and he's trying to run up on that's like that wiley coyote shit we're like he'd run off a cliff trying to chase the road runner yeah he wouldn't realize that he didn't have any ground under him and he didn't fall into he did realize that he was actually not on the ground anymore see desta like quantum physics whereas like nothing exists until you look at it type should but yeah no i that just bothers me in action movies in general just when they do something where they defy the laws of physics to the point where it's just like okay like what is this like if the premise is that you're in some kind of matrix type shit or you got powers or something to the effect of that then sure you can do that kinda shit and it won't bother me but it's like the pirates of the cure being movies are really bad about that they're really bad about that actually thinking about it like is pirates of care being to where he's on the big light water the wheel the wheel and he's like running on it and i'm like no i don't work like the he'd be dead like a million times over like no don't work like that or were they pull the safe through the wall one with the was it some horses and shit i believe horses and they pulled it right through the brick wall and that was just ridiculous oh yeah and we're going to get to some save polish it a little bit later and his too our next mission is from hop nation usa at hop nation usa on twitter they said the majority of the fight scenes in the resident evil movies rifle it's gravity physics and logic but the one that they nominated was the character alice was fighting with one of these weird dogs and a piece of glass falls from the ceiling and she kicks it and it goes right into the dog yeah that's it was fucking hilarious like that's that like walking between the raindrops type shit pause and like slow motion you just see the piece of glass just standing straight up right now to be fair in the logic of the movie it is supposed to be some shit of they she's been enhanced not quite some captain america type shit but she's gotten one of the tv irises or some variation of it injected into her and made her some kind of superhuman 'cause that's what originally what the resident evil shit was about they were trying to make like super soldiers per se and ended up turning people into.

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"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"No i thought it was i thought it was good but it's weird coming out of nicole kidman's mouth but she's she's committed to her punk nece and she looks the part with wilson's in there really ready just good supporting cast everyone's game but it's a weird film i mean they really you know they all don't they but this is directed by john cameron mitchell hedwig jhangvi inch short bus and i you know it's very bizarre film but on what he does and if you're you know i think you'll be you'll enjoy it as a two stars and for how to talk to girls at parties is it for this npr podcast sponsored by sky cinema join us next week for more film related fun we'll be joined by amanda abington hopefully here in the studio being part of the politics as she is of course star of bbc sherlock and netflix is safe as well keeping peeled also for our deadpool two sports special ryan reynolds and our solo star wars story support special hopefully with director ron howard that'll be out at some point as well until that auspice occasion it's by james goodbye goodbye from nick toodle pip as you buy from helen and it's goodbye from me i i'm off to get worse the handle tattooed face what does it do you need hurts throat it has the is oh supposed to most draw user booed particularly student you with the okay thanks for listening.

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"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Thank you it's been a pleasure thank you eddie marsan we can talk about eddie marsan when deadpool two comes out note before reviewing next week and next week show and also keeping peeled for our deadpool two spoiler special with the film star producer 'unright or ryan reynolds dishing the beans that's what you say isn't it dish into beans on that movie that'll be up home i'm guessing monday the twenty first of may we'll aim for that but do keeping peel doesn't case be changed that but there you go but now it is time to start reviewing this week's films helen you're gonna kick things off with a french revenge thriller what's it called it's called a no it's it's called revenge cold revenge or french revenge this is a remake of the kevin costner no this is no relation to or or nor is it relation to the sharon carter starring tv show this plays film from a corley facia i hope i'm pronouncing that correctly starring mathilda lots as a girl called jen i'm we meet jen stepping off a whole helicopter sucking on lollipop looking like lalita with her older very rich very married boyfriend richard who's play by kevin johnson's and they are basically in the middle of nowhere literally no where luxury villa in the middle of the desert for a dirty weekend but only for a couple of nights because his friends are planning to join him and then they're all going hunting his friends turn up early things go a bit wrong they go very violently horribly wrong in fact and well then it really gets really really violent i i don't know how much i want to say this is essentially.

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"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Yes so i avoid it being just the british acta became an international actor and you've also become an actor who is unafraid of doing blockbusters as well as i think you you you frame much to independent movies still rate you work with really interesting director alviti still do tv in donovan as well but you're not afraid of of that economy i guess of doing an antibody an nfl pool to which coming out say month two different signs of yeah they're not that they're not that different inexperienced me because the guy who's sean tebbe jose when he asked me to do tibi he he was a big fan of right donovan and he had a certain fix on entebbe and i wanted to play it he wanted to film to be a the film to be about people making decisions in very difficult situation yes and attention they suffer so i i was up for that david leach shorter tommy blunt and the shot blonde and i got to nine very well and then he phoned me up he said listen to have asked me to do debt poor to do you wanna come into a part for me so in a sense is working with a friend i mean i don't go on this big movie i'll go on david somme of mine and he any asked me to do this part and we created this part and and that you can't talk about this one i do remember twenty minutes.

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"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Helen i got front up to this i have been i have been you know what 'cause i love i goddamn choice they offer i love it i love i love the offer they have over a thousand quality movies on demand ready for me to enjoy whenever i want for example i'm going up to liverpool this week this weekend wants to the brighton game five our coach journey i will have one or two movies from skies mid just loaded on ipad ready to go amazing amazing so this week my recommendations are both from the premier section of sky cinema first of all there is denzel washington's fences which is later start oriel effort it hit big the oscars last year picking up the best supporting actress oscar for final the davis it's a movie set in nineteen fifties pittsburgh stars denzel washington this maxon who is trying to make a sanitation worker he's a flawed character frei flawed father figure he butts heads frequently with his wife rose play by davis at features incredible performances throughout as you might expect that oscar was well and truly deserved by davis is a very powerful very very long film it's long sits based on august wilson's fantastic very very famous play but it is absolutely well with your time so that it's fenced is and has a complete contrast my second recommendation this week it's little wonder woman never heard of that may never heard of it but i is a fantastic movie the best movie by far in the dc extended universe today it's.

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"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Did you did you did you know i didn't miss you all i think they could maybe do with getting their london geography a bit better this time there's no yeah it was it was bad in the last bother me okay fine also victorian geography which was totally different yeah i love those films st revisit them to you on tv i'll watch them they're good film i as much as i enjoyed the i i do enjoy the the the bbc one i enjoyed this one equally if not more speaking things stuffs in the eighties the hit manzoni god is getting the sequel nobody asked for that start in the done the same veteran movies eighties ripped off badly texas y'all during the week when i watched the hickman's and i'm told it was five stalls which was unexpected helen bit baffled it just didn't seem like the best fit of those guys chemistry like a straight to video film that somehow landed two big names draw the c seminal jackson on instagram this week posted a photo of him with joe pesci out of i don't know why they were together but i would watch that i would absolutely any film that was the two this is actually called the hip man's wife's bodyguard or something presumably presumably somma heck character who was good she i mean the thing in that film was good i thought that was interesting idea having her be at least as dangerous as her husband i thought okay everyone of that movie and they're all charming look people but i didn't feel very much but this would appear not to her run rodney reynolds in the in the movie focusing on unsound jackson busy with but yeah speaking of things in regionally at nine hundred eighty s today she d have potentially announced a follow up to the to the pick of destiny for my money is the greatest nation st movie today i this is something jack black apparently now concert so i'm not entirely sure how much credence or clearwater or revival we should give butts i don't know i'm i might be fairly fairly okay with the with the taneja team movie i love the d.

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"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"No it's not me is well say it's this has been the most successful probably the most podcast interview i've ever done starting to move successful md bunker i've never got a three picture deal out of one of these in this is incredible thank you so much of these shoes and the reds thanks for the interview for the result the people already know by the time to hear this okay thank you okay so that was clive owen now does time to talk about this week's movie news what has been happening well the most recent thing to have happened time recording is the first perpetrator four shame blacks the predator has dropped has yes yes it it has has as indeed have the first proper pictures of the predator we have put on the website yes split looks exactly the same as the other presidents no it's yes it does acura different room it's it isn't a different from also it's it's looking little bit magic mike like it's it's entirely topless the predator execs it's oil it's wearing fishnets it's not genuine is and some some kind of posing trunk thing it's literally a half unexpected direction yes there is a reason why it's it's half dressed i know this because i was on set and i remember that but i can't say why it's no it's not so the first the first trans out that this this is a film that we long overdue it's supposed to be the beginning of this year it wasn't it has been pushed back and back and back rooms of of some receipts but i'm very excited to see it i was if i'm on is not hugely impressed with the trailer as it feels a touch generic to me you know it's exploding things predators it's you know i don't think the shame blackness of this film does not come across in that and i think that's a real shame it doesn't shock me because i suspect fox have no idea how to market this and they don't know what to do with it because it's like it's an action film is it a comedy it's a shame but movie just roll with it so let's say so definitely don't count this film out i think it's gonna be great because shame like need us good stuff but you know what's your predator not be different other predators favorite shot in the trailer all the president gripe.

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"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Movie there we can do it's pitcher somewhere absolutely you know there's there's there's all sorts just wanted to strike episodes clive i don't think you want a movie is we'll get a story straight going jump to this next time you're back in the emperor podcast will be to promote this movie costar but they won't let you do it because you're actually produce the movie i like it i like it this is live workshop the last question that is probably implanted by someone very close to you someone that you've worked with in the past i'm trying to think it's jude law isn't it yeah g law the last question that it is apparently you said we know this is not true because this is an interview already deep is not happening you've said you don't eat biscuits because i quote he men don't need biscuits no look at me okay no and tell me you really believe the i'm said that stairs to human thing i would have said that at any point in my life when i read the interview in a read that quote i thought he doesn't strike me as the he man don't leave biscuits kinda guy verka depend the type of biscuit so put them together the human biscuits the badger there's another one that i don't do emotion you just you just played out reviews sorry but no put them together sleep before the first night in case they asked you to do.

"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"He actually put out kubrick's foams i'm was very good friends with oldman and he was friends of my coaches creepy i need loved it and it would look like it was destined to go straight on tv in the uk and then mike kaplan championed in america had screenings frank oldman into look at an and and suddenly create a bit of a buzz phrase this very limited distribution which go really great reviews and then sustain the life in the cinema for probably a year in the days where you could do that yeah he was a tiny film and it was a modest success but it wasn't impact it was a sort of you know indie film of that year the really resonated any changed everything for me you know suddenly you know when came to me and said they don't wanna do go through paul and suddenly everything started to shift and change so this tiny film which cost less than a million dollars yeah i feel like it change my career so it was almost immediate effect you were getting those those phone calls stratosphere you're gonna miss i'd gone out to to be on with you i wasn't really chased now it was perfectly content do i was doing but i'm go to allay like other actors until gone with a little independent film and everybody meets you in case the film you know but just in case you're meet the system of the assistant casting director for that studio whatever and then that film sort of started to make an impact in america i went out there and i was meeting all the directors suddenly people to and it just changed the landscape changed in my career kind of opened up over there in terms of movies and i to that film and you know they say is the ones that you least expect it was a modest filmed for me at a big impact but i'm all right in thinking that you you wanted to say even though you were taking those opportunities states do you want to stay based here.

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"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Felt it that's the best thing you've ever trick cbs you meant came from the heart oh man we lost that game think i knew for shoot 'em up and you told me about that game so yeah chinks worrying fingers crossed i'm going to touch whatever the hell this is and this is the point in the podcast i swear to you this film podcast but i can't i just can't i just can't stop myself whatever i get a fellow read the podcast shows well but i'll tell people on the podcast skip ahead stuff very interesting film is very relevant film is a film that is very much about the now about privacy and about the idea that you know in the in the future we will have any privacy not in the future yeah i wonder what mark zuckerberg things yeah knowing the future i mean if you look when went under nikko pitch the film to me he said it's about the battle for privacy which we've already lost i'm you know you say oh it's you know say well whether is no privacy with hurtling towards that ready without much discussion about it really is kind of just happened and technology taken over and suddenly we realize that you know we we give information everywhere with tracked everywhere our phones gps's every time we go online every time we google dot is information and data that is can be instantly connected to us and that's the kind of war that we live in without much debate about it.

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"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Vert and all sorts of other stuff and this week he could be seen somebody could be down for don't don't don't bmw advert not sure that be among his best films but yeah no but it's a good effort shoot him up as a film he's in that good my mom and dad loved that film really really do that's an extraordinarily film with like with nudity and stuff with a with a with paul giamati with a gun battle jury sex scene during a birth so indeed nick i've got reputation on this podcast and pires impressionist in chief but it actually nick it is nick so he's the mom my matty's uncannily good and you do paul giamati and shoot 'em up don't either resource skies rarely is exactly what he sounds like mattie and shoot them up anytime you want it's just i should just let you just did it loves it yes i thought it was a harassment manager what hall so do paul giamati saying where's the handle hers the hand perfect i it's pretty it's very hard and i think i show that i just yeah what maybe that should have a sequel what she didn't do very well office wow yeah what a shame anyways clive owen clive owen star of all those things and he's also in this week's movie and non directed by andrew nickel and he came into the clever came into the booth week week or so ago and here's thing but clive owen don't even know this he's a big liverpool fan i don't know whether you know this because it never comes up in the podcast i'm a big liverpool fan and this was just before liverpool about the play roma in rome so there's a fair amount of talk about that as well but some other stuff as well about non croupier children of man his career he's very fun guy oh little bit of news a jimmy man as well so here we go me talk into cer clive owen enjoy i would love to be joined on the emperor podcast by the star of a non clive owen how are you sir for good how you not bad although believe you are off the big one the way first of all i'm a red like yourself and your off to match the roman very excited.

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"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"clive owen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"On the podcast this week we have a double whammy of great british character actor goodness it's enough to make you feel patriotic head of the royal wedding as eddie marsan talks entebbe and deadpool two and clive owen talks and on and a lot of liverpool football club which is great for me but everyone else may wanna skip bit plus all usual news nonsense on the movie podcast at just went with peter dink to rock concert and the lead guitarist took the stage and he had forgotten his instrument and genova peter dingy said ax was to where is it helped me find it he needs the x acts being a nickname yeah hello and welcome to the podcast which once again this week is brought to you by this wonderful people at sky cinema the dedicated home for movie lovers later in the show pointing out a couple of movies you can watch on sky cinema just two movies from the thousand plus films that are available on demand on that ferry service including a brand new premier every single day every day of the year and of his leap year one extra huge is this a leap year no how did you do you know 'cause there wasn't a leap day in february and also because not divisible by four i don't know what that means this year is divisible by thing yes i did not know that i thought just helena howrah who teaches you the sheets on this what's it called.

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"clive owen" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"clive owen" Discussed on The Filmcast

"It is it is not a good movie it is sort of like an episode of black mirror starring clive owen which honestly is enough for me that's all i need i need clive owen a world weary detective which is what he is this is a world where people are forced to have these sort of like a are implants in there is so there's a the world is a constant stream of information you're walking down the street you'll see people's names you'll get information about like storefronts and everything it's a layer of information on top the real world similar to like what we saw blade on our guests but the movie is about like him discovering this person who does not exist a person who's anonymous and that is the big crime it's not the fact that this person suspected for murder it's the fact that this person can not be tracked in this world know computer network that the cops rely on it's a really interesting concept actually because the beginning of the movie is basically him talking with suspects and people you know who were accused of things and he just sits there and he so bored he so bored because he's like oh yeah you you didn't steal this thing let me look at your memory rewind sees exactly what you know what happened so it's like it is a world where cops jobs are very very easy because they literally just have to look through the eyes of the perpetrators so it is kind of funny to see him as like a detective just so bored of this ship and clive owen definitely has that look in that face of just being done with this world but eventually becomes something more like minority report where he is accused of something he sort of framed he hasn't as you know he has a relationship with his ex wife or he has an ex wife because something he did made him lose their son it is like drought this movie it is just shades of minority report except not as good or thrilling or interesting minority report so have to say.

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"clive owen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"clive owen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Yeah the government's going to get you but in this one it's more the people who are supposed to be helping you are actually after everybody was the villa i mean it was like the government was the revolutionaries it was i was nowhere for clive owen attorneys it was sort of he had his goal at alone with often bugs me movies is out especially in american movies but this is an american movie particularly but but this very hunting of the lone male you know having to take on the world by himself in this will be justified i mean really is nowhere empty go and to save his thing to do is to get away from everybody on every side and that's the only hope that sort of he has the key hasn't human race as but in this like it's really justify and agencies believable that in the world where everything is the station of that high that every group has lost any sense of perspective in that incredible battle the where you got the muslim group in the in the in the in the internment camp by the soldiers and everyone is lost any ball compass and then you've got these two human trying to survive their way through all nuts that really kind of wonderful film because they voided de ville i'm remembering now the script by reds i was very much still part of it and he was a law villain he was the mustache whirling bad guy from beginning to end of the film i think it was a big face off between at the end and it was very much classics were hollywood good guy bad guy in this bill no bad is the world in that really interesting and makes there be no safe places in and i think that that's really effective because there's no babies being born there wouldn't be safe places but like you said mike rearranging deck chairs on the titanic like of course it's coming from all directions everybody has an agenda nobody has that compass because people stop believing in god there's no god or god took our babies away or you know nature took our babies away it's just kind of a free for all and that's i think why that last scene maybe that big battles ing could have felt a little cliche.

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"clive owen" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"clive owen" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Is there a see here is at the top oh that the top oh has asked right yeah the two thousand four remake of the mentoring candidate stars three academy awardwinning actor denzel meryl streep and jon voight now here's what the rest is wrong spy games director is none other than tony scott do renault the how and at his a b timothy dalton portrayed james bond twice the living daylights in 1987 in licensed to kill 1989 de champagne plays an ira terrorist in patriot games 1909 1992 the movie before a clear and present danger in e duplicity stars julia roberts and clive owen not shun pin our right oh yeah that is it is it sir but as usual you get a privilege dead many other people don't notice to hang out with us that itself has an eye on tonga congratulations you're weather oh my god so by the play this music for this man for any yes you went home win any way well people get to do this what ugo go will win the to the laura there you go mustwin game is done but andrew we had a lot of fun playing with you thank you near rather than having a guy no problem no problem man we had a good time with you and what he live uh i live in vegas vegas maybe one day would get around vegas who knows yeah definitely i'm playing on actually going out there around october whenever the formula one race goes out there i'm busy guys.

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"clive owen" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"clive owen" Discussed on About to Review

"Jiji a gigantic fan of clive earn i love almost everything of what clive our on his head on scene olympus has fallen i have have you seen london has fallen a clive owen makes terrible life choices when it comes to movie he he's made some brilliant movies this children of men is the only brilliant movie i would say of his croupier there is on when you liz at on the echoes of really he's got a nice move this not a good clive allen movie told of history is not a good ethan hawke move totally agree and the two main characters the people who played valerian and lurlene work i don't know what they're like in real life but in this movie day were completely lacking a any charisma whatsoever and be any chemistry because there is kind of rural not much of a spoiler there's a little bit of relationship he kinda she she going on in this movie between the two of them which i mean a means of you can tell from the words that are coming from our deigned to hands mouth but at the same time it is not evident in any shape or form from so like they're acting and again at an office lupus own style or whether they are i haven't seen deigned to han in anything else i don't think oh my gosh the it was like watching two would him puppets trying to the tend to ninos alike are fighting in a in a in a way that people do when they kind of each other kind of sorta.

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