19 Burst results for "Clive Owen"

"clive owen" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

05:51 min | 2 months ago

"clive owen" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Absolutely. Horrible at it. So there's struggles for sure. And I'm also, I've given myself my own personal struggle because I made the mistake of being too thorough, and I found the gnome. I found him exactly where he was. I was like, well, gonna give it a shot. I still fucking have him in my hands, and it's so annoying to bring him everywhere, but he's such a little emotional touchstone for me that I have to bring him. He's like a little security blanket for me. I'll just constantly bring in my gnome everywhere and this is a thing, right? This is a thing with this game that you want to beat the game with the gnome. So like the carrying the gnome everywhere, Noam Chomsky, I think his name is ha ha. I love it. This goes all the, I don't want to just go back to half life one. I don't know about half life two. Definitely two, I remember. Yeah. Definitely, I mean, episode two absolutely because you're trying to struggle with the God, that was an achievement. Buggy. That buggy. Yeah, and just like, it's just an extra challenge to see if you can bring this stupid thing through the entire game all the way to the end. Yeah. And it's like an interesting way to play though, because I'm trying to predict like, can I leave him here and come back? Is this going to a place I revisit because it's like, oh, here's this thing where there's like a locked door and I clearly need this electric thing to throw in there and I'll come back here. But I have to go get that. So it's like, okay, I can leave Noam Chomsky here. Loop around and come back other than that, I have to keep him just glued to my left hand because I have no idea when a load zone is going to happen. I have lost him twice because of a load zone I've had to load my save and be like, no, that's not fair. I don't deserve to lose him because I didn't know it was going to load here. So what's the Clive Owen movie where he's got the baby the whole time? Is it like that? I think it's like shoot them up and he's like shooting people with one hand and has the baby and the other and just stuff like toss the baby and then shoot a bunch of people. That okay, honestly. DJ monkey at the chest says children of men. I don't remember that part. Children of men. It's called shoot them up. Shoot them up. Release that cut of children of memory. Yeah, that version didn't test well with audiences. I wish this game had it just a built in co op so that you could do like the gnome run and you'd like, you could just toss it to each other and stuff. It would be so amazing. Oh my God. And I've heard there's like an incredible amount of mods for this game. It's like multiplayer mod. Now that I think about it, yeah. And I didn't know this or I didn't come across this information until when I got the VR, the steam deck or whatever the hell. Steam VR headset. Yes. Index. The valve engine. Yes. The vindex. I'm confused because I also bought it. It doesn't matter. If people care about the name is they can look it up because that thinks a $1000. It's not like we need to tell people about it. Just go get it when you're going to get it. Yeah. But Christmas came early all I'm saying. I'm not that rich just Willy nilly by these things. But I didn't know that half life alyx was like a full ass long ass game, like a whole thing. I thought it was like a three hour romp or something like that. It's like, no, this is a whole prequel plot thing and it's long as hell and my glutes hurt because it's really long and they make you squat a lot. Gonna be really fit by the end of this game. Hell yeah. I was gonna ask Jess, how's it been playing with the valve index? Have you played VR in the past? Did you have a different helmet in the past? So yeah, we had a PlayStation one. Place they should VR. Yep, that's all. That's all it's called. Okay. Some of them have normal names, some of them are like the valid index. The Oculus rift. We had a PSVR. And that one wasn't as definitely wasn't as comfortable. And the controllers also were not as comfortable. I think the way that valve designed these controllers and how snug they are and how good they feel to grab things with and how used to it, you get, it really doesn't feel like you have controllers in your hands anymore almost. Like it's really like, you really get immersed in this because you don't have to worry, like, am I throwing this too hard? 'cause you are really like glued into this little controller. You're locked in. The headset is so much lighter than the PSVR. It's a lot more breathable. It has some more, I mean, correct me if I'm wrong, but I think the index has more removable parts so you can clean them and air about stuff like that. That sounds right, yeah. And there's like a little more distance, I think, for your glasses because you have to wear glasses in a VR or else it will be blurry, like you don't have your glasses on. I did find out, however, that they sell prescription lenses that you can. Oh, that's cool. They do. We're looking into that now, because it is a little uncomfortable to wear your glasses in, but it's not even close, it's not even nearly as uncomfortable as a PSVR was to have your glasses on inside there. Yeah, even in PSVR two when I tried it out, wearing it with glass was still a little bit tough. It got so hot in there. It's better. On the index. Just sorry if this is the TMI here, but it was still full price from when it launched, the index? Yeah. It has not gone down at all. It's very rarely any discounts on, at least as far as I'm aware. I mean, you guys bought it recently, but I didn't buy the index, my partner did, so I don't know if it was probably was full of prize. Gosh. It's still in that general range of expenses. And continue to sell though, that's the thing. It's very least, I always see it at the top of the top sellers on steam. That's done by dollar sales. So it costs ten times as much as anything else.

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"clive owen" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

05:32 min | 4 months ago

"clive owen" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"In your family? How many hallucinations are you doing every day? What other drugs are you doing? They don't even ask those questions. They just, oh, your problem is you have a cannabis deficiency. So let me write your prescription. That's terrible medicine. That's what I'm offended by. Not the prescribing. The horrible practice of medicine. Yeah, I was originally for the medical marijuana until I actually saw an implemented in real life. Well, again, it's not that it can't be done. It's that it's not being done well, not being done properly. And I have taken the position and this is just a philosophical position that as a physician, my job is not to determine what the law should of the land should be. That is not my job. I have to deal with what the people just determined to be the law of the land. Would I prefer there to be some sort of damocles I could yield to help people get better? Of course. Of course I would. But if you're going to make it legal, I'll deal with that. So I just sort of say a stay agnostic. So I'm not in that mess. And the medicalization in California I can tell you for sure was just a political maneuver to get it all the way. Yeah, exactly. And again, bad medicine. Using medicine inappropriately in a horrible practice of medicine to carry out a political agenda. And that is disgusting to me. But whatever. But I don't think that if you release someone from treatment or the message and treatment is that the use of marijuana is okay. No, you can't look, you can't do. You can't use alcohol, you can't smoke weed. You can't use my knowledge substances. If you are given something that affects your anything in your brain, talk to your sponsor and probably your sponsor is going to say, don't do that. No matter what it is, whether it's a Xanax, whether it's made by Pfizer or Upjohn or it's something grow naturally. I don't give a shit where it comes from. If it has that effect on the brain, it's not going to, anything that triggers the ventral tegmental input to the shell of the nucleus accumbens in people that have awakened this genetic potential we call addiction will reawaken the disease process. Period end. Right. So true. Yeah. So I think that's where everybody just decided to focus. That the drug, there's a drug that will now help you get off the drugs that we allowed because the federal government it's been going on, Katie, for a hundred years. A hundred years. And my favorite dramatic rendition of this was in the TV series the Nick. Have you ever seen the Nick? You guys would love it. Oh my God, you got to look it up on Hulu or wherever you can find it. It's a series starring Clive Owen about a surgeon in a hospital in New York at the turn of the 20th century. And he is this maniac, you know, making developing his own instruments and operating on people that would otherwise die. A 100% fatality and he'd get a 5% 95% fatality that was a major advance. You know, 5% of the people had survived when before it was a 100% fatality. So he's this swashbuckling surgeon develops a cocaine problem, an opiate problem across the season. They do it exquisitely accurately. It's fantastic. And at the end, he has taken, he gets manic, he loses it, and he's taken to a treatment center. And at the treatment center, there's a doctor there using language, the three of us are very familiar with because we now know this as a disease. We understand it much better now. This is 1904. And he goes, you know, and you're in a psychotic state from the drugs you've been doing. This isn't your fault. This is a process. We understand it. And we have something will make you feel so much better. You're going to feel so much better and will stop this process entirely. So let me just inject inject some intravenously with this product. And you just see clivo, I just slide back into bed like, oh, he went from manic to like, oh my God, such a relief. And they pull back on the bottle that's at the bedside that heroin. Heroin. They gave him heroin, which is exactly what they used to do. They used to use heroin to treat alcoholism. Morphine to treat alcoholism. Heroin to treat morphine addiction. Morphine to treat cocaine addiction. The doctors who don't understand addiction have been looking for the Holy Grail of the pharmacological treatment for addiction. For eternity. It's been going on forever. And it's a fool's errand. Now, they have come up with a decent half measure with the so called Kappa opioid system, which is the Suboxone. I am not condemning Suboxone. It is very helpful. There are people that have used it to in the whose lives have been saved by it. I'm not saying that. It's the universal application in all circumstances. And then thinking you're done at that point, that's what I take issue with. And that was a big one in the federal government. It sort of still is. It almost feel like they found the Holy Grail with it. I try to paint the reality of how I'm with you, how valuable it can be. But in reality, they don't seem to understand the actual nature of the disease, the addiction. So like if you give somebody the Suboxone, you really haven't, you got to be careful because really you could just be enabling use. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I mean, they'll run out and get math. They just got their Suboxone taken care of them. Right. Well, that's the craziness, one of the craziness about the people that are the addiction experts that survived Suboxone.

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"clive owen" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:39 min | 5 months ago

"clive owen" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"That's from the opera madama butterfly composed by Giacomo Puccini. Leontyne Price plays chocho sun, the Japanese girl who marries an American naval officer named pinkerton. He deserts her and marries an American woman. When pinkerton returns the claim his and Cho Cho San's son, she kills herself. Chinese American playwright David Henry hwang used madama butterfly as a launching point for his play M butterfly. However, it was also inspired by the incredible but true tale of French diplomat Bernard. In 1983, boursicot and his Chinese lover were arrested and charged with espionage. During the trial it was revealed that borisov's lover, who he long believed was a woman, was actually a man. The play won a Tony Award when a premiered on Broadway in 1988. A 2017 revival starred Clive Owen as the French diplomat, who Huang renamed Renee gallimore. I said night after night watching our story play through my head. One wish she returned to last my arms. For I have known and been lost by the perfect woman. The

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"clive owen" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:10 min | 11 months ago

"clive owen" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Where's the Hitchcock you might say? Well, for me, thinking about the movie, it really kicks in once the robbers enact their escape plan. And this comes in, I don't know, maybe about halfway through. Maybe even a little earlier, but this is where they have all the hostages in the bank where the same jumpsuits and masks that they have so that they can blend in as ordinary citizens when the police come in. And then the movie turns itself over to these interviews, the police interviews that are really this web of paranoia and suspicion on the part of the investigators because they don't know who's who, whose story to buy. It's really tense and thrilling in a unique way for a Spike Lee film. It's one of his more pure genre exercises. And it's just a reminder that Hitchcock almost always worked in pure genre. I mean, the spy movies, the mysteries, the thrillers, horror, straight out horror, and inside man is a little bit of a nod to that. You have a clear auteur bending his art to certain conventions. Now, that being said inside man, it still has a lot of spike touches. We get some direct address shots of Clive Owen talking to the camera. You've got Denzel on a double Dolly. I think as a matter of fact, in the book, Lee mentions that that shot might have been the longest double Dolly of his career. That one that they used there. So you have, this is really a Spike Lee work, but it also works in that idea of the complicit camera that I talked about at the top here. The corollary for me and maybe this is also why inside man came to mind was the wrong man. Hitchcock's 1956 thriller with Henry Fonda as a musician who is falsely accused of armed robbery. So aside from that plot point, the wrong man and inside man share some formal touches, Hitchcock, at the start of the wrong man, appears as himself, this long faraway shot. He's in a street, you can barely make out his face, but he's basically telling the camera and us that what he's about to present is a true story. And similarly, inside man opens with Clive Owen, looking into the camera and telling us the who, the what, the where the why of his plan and teasing us with the.

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"clive owen" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"clive owen" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Is a manipulation of the voice to a point that it can control other people's actions for a very brief amount of time. It takes advantage of their takes advantage of their response to voices and tweaks it to a point that you can basically control people. A min tax ability is to calculate all of the previous actions that have happened, say, this is what makes the most sense. This is the most probable outcome. Now when you combine those two into what becomes the quiz is that you become someone who can crunch the probability of everything, but you also have the full history of everything from the Ben Jesuit side, which is something that nobody's ever had before. Oh, okay. So when the Benny Jesus say, that Paul is the amalgamation of this long program, and he's all of these eugenic pieces coming together. What it is is that they normally have women only in the bidding Jesuit program, and that he was the first male and only male. And when you do that, the Benny Jesuits also have access to the memories of their ancestors. But only on the women's side because they're all women. When they have a male Benny Jesuit, he has access to the memories of all his ancestors on the women and the men inside. So he has an immense amount of data coming into his mind and then his menta training can basically predict the future using all of those inputs. Oh wow. And then the spice melange can enhance that. Exactly. So the spice he specifically has is sensitive to it and it enhances any and all of the it basically opens up all your mental passageways and says, this is what's going to happen. So when he first arrives on dune, that's what really activates his power is like something clicks. His first exposure to imsa mounts of spice when he's out in the desert, abandoned, that's what really, that's the sleeper awakening. Nice. Okay. Cool. That makes more sense. Because they don't really explain where his powers come from other than like, oh, he's the spice. The spice thing. And then you have, yeah, the oh cheese. The mint hats, the Benny gesser it and is there another oh. The other thing I didn't love about this film was baron harkonnen in the original, I thought was so much better. He's so much more of an evil, weird, creepy dude. This one just didn't give me. It looked like I can't remember the actor's name, but he's just playing the same role that he played in the movie King Arthur with Clive Owen. He was like a Dylan skarsgard. He played some crazy barbarian dude on there that just spoke very slowly and very lowly, and he was they were just showing that he was just an awful person. I was like, he's playing the exact same character, character in this. The guy that played harkonnen in the original was so much better, I thought. Yeah, in the first book, and in the first movie, and of the book, baron harkonnen is not just like super manipulator and like a great political manipulator. He is also a pedophile. He is a murderer. He Fox kids and kills them. So they kind of tried to homage to that by showing that weird spider creature thing and nodding that was that used to be a person that he is sort of like messed up. Yeah. Yeah. Pretty dark stuff. Yeah, well, in the other, the other piece is you really see in the book, the interactions between baron harkonnen, harkening, fade Rafa, who is his nephew? Ding. Sting..

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"clive owen" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"clive owen" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Harris also with us is NPR political reporter. Danielle Kurtz lemon. Welcome back Danielle. Hello, I'm always happy to be here. You probably know a lot of the story, but here goes Monica Lewinsky was a White House intern with whom president Bill Clinton began a sexual relationship that took place in The White House. Later, when another woman named Paula Jones came forward with an accusation that Clinton had sexually harassed her, the investigation of that accusation came to include Lewinsky as well. That was partly because Lewinsky confided in an older friend named Linda Tripp, who secretly recorded their conversations about the relationship and turned them over to prosecutor Ken Starr. Clinton was eventually impeached for perjury and obstruction of justice, although he was eventually acquitted. Here there's an all star cast bringing all these people to life, beanie feldstein is Monica Lewinsky, Sarah Paulson, as Linda trip, annaleigh Ashford, as Paula Jones and Clive Owen as president Bill Clinton. There are also some smaller roles of note Billy eichner and Cobie Smulders as Matt drudge and Ann coulter and Edie Falco as Hillary Clinton who at least in the early going is not in this very much. The whole thing comes out of Ryan Murphy's very prolific shop, which did the previous American crime story in American Horror Story and all kinds of things and although a lot of his stuff is now on Netflix. This is on FX. So ayesha, Danielle and I have chatted a little bit about this show, but I don't think I've talked to you about it. What is your kind of bottom line on this show? The bottom line is that and I'm going to borrow from Ben Travers and IndieWire described it as more of a flashback than anything else. And I have to concur with that assessment. One of the things that made for me at least the people versus OJ, miniseries, very compelling, was the way it sort of toad this line between elements of camp and then elements of real seriousness in a way that was, I think, very well handled. And I mean, I think it helps that you have these sort of charismatic figures, and it also has this intention of reassessing the legacy of someone like Marcia Clark, the attorney who was prosecuting OJ. And Sarah Paulson also played that role. Here, this is just so dour and sour and I was ten years old or so when all of this was happening..

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"clive owen" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"clive owen" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"Men both are like i work for you. What can i do hang out with you. Everybody wants to go to camp. De- dead it's just like we want an every report i've heard is that when he left office he to severe depression in the guy who wasn't even like started. That was the reason the jeffrey epstein thing. He's like desperately clutching for this attention that he had before he was what they say. I mean this is like in vanity fair. You read it. Memo's lost when he left the office before we let you go. We want to know first of all ryan regardless of the show. Brian murphy should have hired your ass as a context consultant. Okay if you if you if you would have hired you. Is there anything you would change about the show. Even if it's inconsequential. No i think it's all good so far. I'm into it so you're one hundred percent. I am one hundred percents. I'm sorry. Clive owen has already heard he's listener. Can't right right guy. New bill clinton and hillary clinton I don't i feeling hillary's no but she's gonna. I can't wait till she comes back. I wanna see how she's gonna player because that's eighty fucking falco and everything else is great. Yeah i just quickly. Did you ever get to see. Hillary walked through a hallway. Never i wish i would've according to the show bitches. Vn in the public restroom. God could you believe that. I that i couldn't believe that. And they're like. Oh yeah i mean. That's the kind of tea i mean. The shows definitely good we recommended. I'm wondering if we're the only three people who watched both episodes. But i mean people are going to get on it now. I hope they do. I hope they do. We'll tell our fourteen listeners where they can find you. Thank you so much for talking about impeachment with us. It was fun day. I come back to review another show. Because i want to test my pants. What does my show damn own. Yeah casey it's twice a week. I interview executive producers directors network executives and talent and unscripted. Tv reality shows documentaries dark you series and not all bravo we love. I know on twitter. She recommends shows the only place. I mean julius nyerere off bravo. We do not do it. We're like we're like addicts. And the only thank god. Kate put watching the dallas cowboys. Saying fucking god. Can you know you got to watch The next thing you got to watch you guys are going to die okay. So september thirtieth amazon has a series called the way down. And it's about gwen champlin. And her husband be basically operated a colt like church in tennessee called remnant fellowship jewish gigawatt level leagues like the way down was like pray to jesus. And that's how you'll lose weight and whole craziness chat while.

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"clive owen" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"clive owen" Discussed on WTOP

"Free estimate. Today it's 11 11. Out now a limited series that looks at the President Clinton Monica Lewinsky scandal. There's a woman I'm very close to in the midst of an affair. With the president of the United States. Um it's American Crime story. Impeachment on FX Ultra critic Jen Chaney joined W. T. O. P S. Mark and John to talk about the new show. It's been so interesting to watch the critical response to this because it's been very divided. There have been some critics who really didn't like it at all. I actually find it really compelling. We've heard this story many, many times. But what American crime story does. Is It really tells it more from the point of view of the women's specifically Monica Lewinsky, who was a producer on the series Linda Tripp and Paula Jones. Certainly Bill Clinton is a figure in this and he's played by Clive Owen. But it's really giving you sort of more insight into the mindset of the women as all of this stuff was unfolding back in the late nineties. Also debuting Sunday on HBO scenes from a marriage. It's about a marriage that's falling apart. That sounds like it could be kind of stressful to watch. Jen. Is it, uh, a little bit, You know, this is modern take on the Ingmar Bergman miniseries that came out in the seventies, and they really tried to switch some of the ideas about gender roles within a marriage. A show like this. It's basically a two hander. So you have to have two great actors to make it really compelling. And you do you have Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain and they're really, really fantastic in it. But, yes, it's not always going to be smooth sailing for these two, it's culture critic Jen Chaney. Revenue from legalized sports betting in D. C has been falling short of expectations. That's what a report from DCs Independent auditor is showing. After D C sports betting was legalized in 2019 City leaders predicted a tax windfall of tens of millions of dollars. But that hasn't happened. An audit shows that between May of 2020 in March of this year, the gambit DCF, which is run by the D. C lottery generated $440,000. While the privately owned William Hill Sports Book at Capital One. Arena netted the city more than one million. Dollars in tax revenue. While the audit put some of the blame on the pandemic, it does say that the lottery should build more physical sports betting locations and grant additional licenses to privately run betting operators. Nick in L E w T o P News Football season opens this afternoon for Washington fans will have sports next 11 13 Staying.

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"clive owen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"clive owen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Us what you disagree with Iran. Okay? I wish I could binge all this right now. Because Sarah Paulson is so amazing as Linda Tripp. It will freak you out. Really? She has embodied her. She She is unrecognizable. She watched the way she walked the way she ate the way she flipped her hair. The way she talked. I can't see Sarah Paulson at all. And I think I've turned a corner on Sarah Paulson being like you. I bow down to her as an actor. She is a great actress. So good. And I love the fact that I Okay, So I like it Whenever I can change my mind about someone sure really feel like wow, Great. I didn't know anything about her experience and what she went through, and I really love that We're seeing the other side of this story because she was made out to be just an evil person. So I really like that. We're getting in the mind of somebody who really was in the Bush administration and you know, seeing, like, okay. She had such reverence for this office. And then the Clintons came in. Which I'm you know, everybody has their political ideas, but You know, she was really offended by a lot of things that happened and I now see her point of view and I see how hurt she was when she was thrown out and she became a real person to me. Wow. Oh, my God. Now I see. She's like I know why she's probably already why she did what she did, and I just think it's pretty brilliant. How He's how they show her just the show not tell. There's a lot of moments that are just like so sad where she's just Making her slim fast in the blender and just staring at the wall and then, like eating her still furs meal. There are low fat diet suffers meal, and so is Monica. At the same time, it's parallel to Monica. They're both lonely women. Yes, you know, And this is this is the wanted to tell the story from the women's perspective this time. Because we got a lot of all about Bill. Yep. Yep. And, you know, um, I'm learning about things that I didn't really realize I had to look up who Vince Foster was again and like the whole scandal with the travel agency and why that Led to such scandal with them, So it's really like a history lesson. Yeah, I got I love it. I think Sarah Paulson is killing it. All right. Now, wait. We got like, 10 seconds to talk about this, but Clive. Oh, and did you see him as Bill? And does he do it all out? Bill Clinton impression. I didn't know it was Clive Owen didn't either. Bowen? Yeah. Did you buy him his bill? Yes. Okay. Yeah, for sure. Did you know it's Clive Owen? Oh, my bad Now I wrote it for you. Now you're going to see Clive and I want to say the thing about Sarah Paulson. I think it's the voice. Because I hear her voice and I hear Sarah Paulson. Oh, I don't. I don't hear Linda Tripp. I see Linda Tripp. I just I'm okay and the mannerisms. It's just her voice. I'm like, damn it. I wish I didn't appear Sarah Paulson's voice I can see every now and then, like 1/5 of the time it'll creep in. But for the most part Well, I am totally going to watch the whole thing. All right, Um, I think it's going to be really good. And I cannot wait. I wish.

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"clive owen" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"clive owen" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"This and i don't know just for all of the things that we've seen fail. A wall were hardly articulating. Any kind of like Solution to these things and it just making tough choices will where where's the legislation to like. Why isn't this being passed. But you know the people on the hill have trouble focusing on real things and finally monica. Lewinsky is trending because the american american crime story. That franchises called the the one that started with the people vs. oj simpson now is taking on the clinton impeachment and it seemed like things were somewhat quiet about. This is it. Has it been airing already or is it just starting to air. It premieres tonight. Okay tuesday night. So you're gonna get the first episode. Okay yeah so it's called american crime story impeachment. It's i don't know. This is the first time i've been remotely intrigued now that i'm finding out. Who plays everybody. Clive owen as bill clinton. Yeah it's fucking also. Is hillary clinton i. Hey let's let's let's check it out you know. Let's see what's going on. And also you know i think it's time for a reevaluation of that story in the In the mainstream oh shit. Monica lewinsky's beef elsie. Oh shit shoot. Ub moniker danc- out here. Yeah that's that's good casting. Sarah paulson as linda tripp. And yeah like you said. Playing hillary eighty l. cobra. You know look they'll check them said. I'm sure it'll be good or problematic. I don't know we'll see. We'll see how they get her done. But that's i mean. I get everyone from who remembers the nineties like shit after oj. You're yeah this one. This one problematic like a held was he who building yeah z. Fifty year old man having a an affair with a twenty one. Year old intern. Yeah we'll see we'll see how they handle that one air I'm sure i mean. I i'd imagine you handle it realistically. Because that's the most salacious version of reality of the situation rather than like some tired trope of like the the intern who is catching his eye. Anything else you're watching right now. Only murders in the building. I think is what it's called that hulu show with steve. Martin has like confused me every time i thought but it it does look good. Yeah i mean look. It's it's a little meta because people getting into murder podcast trying to solve a murder. But the trio of selena gomez steve martin and martin short is very interesting so far as a couple of those. I've seen yeah check that all right. It's about our industry. You know we got. We got to see how exactly what's being represented all right. That is going to do it for us. On this tuesday afternoon. We are back tomorrow with a whole s episode of the show until then be kind to each other. He kind yourselves test for drugs for feno. Get the vaccine. Don't do nothing about white supremacy. We'll talk about this. Episode of the daily is brought to you by seamy wine. See me one was born from the grit and perseverance of its tenacious founder. Isabel see me because when life gave her grapes she knew exactly what to do. And that's why glass of wine is award worth having because good things. Come to those who work hard. I've tried the chardonnay. it's medium body. And i must say an easy skipper on a nice hot summer day so enjoy. Their many varietals. Wherever fine wines are sold or visit online at shop. Seamy wine dot com. That's s. h. o. p. s. m. i w i n e dot com to learn more about their premium selection of california wines and order yours. Today please enjoy your winds responsibly. See winery geyserville california. And then he those mayhem day glorious on here we are bringing red tabletop. Stefan's to podcast just like our red table talk sisters. We have brought three generations together to talk family relationships and social issues from the perspective of three five las latinas. listen to read tabletop. The stefan's podcast on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast you know the final score. Now listen to the nfl podcast. That tells you why it happened. Only do they have a skill or trait. That is going to allow them to survive. Dan or lobsters skopje. Oli and me babushkas where tape heads going inside the coaching tape. And giving fans the answers. Regardless of what. The hierarchies folks need to be servants to the head coach. Listen to tape heads on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"clive owen" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"clive owen" Discussed on The Watch

"Crime story impeachment which come on september seventh if i if i run my dates correctly. Here's my big takeaway from the abundance of trailers at they have released for this in the last three weeks. Really like quite a push. So and i think i'm starting to get the feeling like this is going to be an american story o. Oj simpson moment. Where i think we're going to revisit a lot of the stuff from the clinton impeachment monica etc. But i have a question about all these trailers. We still haven't gotten a significant amount of time with clive owen. His bill clinton which leads me to believe. They're either sitting on marlon brando in the godfather level performance or marlon brando. Doctor moreau level performance. Like it's it's going to be one or the other that is definitely a take and you may right. I choose to think about it slightly differently. Which is they have two things one. It's very very hard. I mean presidential performances especially in this era are almost uniformly imitations right and it's distracting to be like oath. He's just like bill clinton. Yeah whatever Falco place. Hillary clinton like i think it was a smart move to minimize them in the trailer because immediately becomes about. Wow clive owen. Doing a great job being bill clinton sure in it's distracting from the show. They wanna tell. I think the second piece of it is the from my understanding of it. The reason to tell the story about something that you know obviously isn't fresh and a lot of people's minds but i for people of our age our generation certainly is. Is it for. Sarah paulson to win more awards. That's going to happen. But i think it's more to tell the story of the monica lewinsky and linda tripp and people who were actually the prime movers of this. That shook the firmament that the much larger figures were resting

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Impeachment: American Crime Story Tells Monica Lewinsky's Side of the Clinton Scandal

The Watch

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Impeachment: American Crime Story Tells Monica Lewinsky's Side of the Clinton Scandal

"Crime story impeachment which come on september seventh if i if i run my dates correctly. Here's my big takeaway from the abundance of trailers at they have released for this in the last three weeks. Really like quite a push. So and i think i'm starting to get the feeling like this is going to be an american story o. Oj simpson moment. Where i think we're going to revisit a lot of the stuff from the clinton impeachment monica etc. But i have a question about all these trailers. We still haven't gotten a significant amount of time with clive owen. His bill clinton which leads me to believe. They're either sitting on marlon brando in the godfather level performance or marlon brando. Doctor moreau level performance. Like it's it's going to be one or the other that is definitely a take and you may right. I choose to think about it slightly differently. Which is they have two things one. It's very very hard. I mean presidential performances especially in this era are almost uniformly imitations right and it's distracting to be like oath. He's just like bill clinton. Yeah whatever Falco place. Hillary clinton like i think it was a smart move to minimize them in the trailer because immediately becomes about. Wow clive owen. Doing a great job being bill clinton sure in it's distracting from the show. They wanna tell. I think the second piece of it is the from my understanding of it. The reason to tell the story about something that you know obviously isn't fresh and a lot of people's minds but i for people of our age our generation certainly is. Is it for. Sarah paulson to win more awards. That's going to happen. But i think it's more to tell the story of the monica lewinsky and linda tripp and people who were actually the prime movers of this. That shook the firmament that the much larger figures were resting

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"clive owen" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"clive owen" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"You said you have to prep anything a highly. Just one thing. I just need you to recommend a movie that i don't mind it being kind of a question. It's strong on you because we'll have sam mark answer. I see a little time to think. Can sam knows this is coming. What do you think sam. What's your recommendation this time. So i've been on a real clive owen binge lately because he's just the greatest and I recently watched The classic cliven film croupier. Oh seeing that one that is i mean i probably had seen him in movies prior to groupie crew where i really locked in on a. Let's clive owen. He's amazing like i remember. When crew came out there was like a little bit of buzz. About how great. James bond he would be seriously and still even sure. Yeah yeah he's i watched it maybe three or four days ago. He is so good in it. It's such a a wonderfully kind of understated performance. Which i think is one of his defining characteristics as an actor is he has he can sell intensity with very little something. I cannot do as an actor. So whenever i see other actors who can do it. Well i'm i'm in all he's an intimidating presence to be sure like what kind of a kind of puts them in a little bit of a box in terms of roles he could play because he can't really play like a wimpy person. It would be tough attribute at like one of your special abilities is i can never play a wham ever. I'm never going to be in a movie. Imagine being in one hundred movies and never wanted anybody. Try to take any of your lunch money. The opposite of me. Dan sam goes quiet. Intensity offscreen very well. I mean he's made a career out of this. I'm there's no. I'm very verbally intense on the factory. Are you kidding me. I see you when we do these stream yard thing. I can feel you burning holster me..

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"clive owen" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"clive owen" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

"And so, the movie does have other people in it. But I mean, the main focus is wage these four and it was directed by the, the great Mike Nichols. And written by Patrick marber who wrote the play. And this thing is ferocious, it's about two men and two women and and and and how long a all their love lives sort of intertwined with each other. And it's about. I mean, it's essentially about love and relationships but it is Harsh and the honesty and communicate, the honest communication, this movie can be just brutal and it's just, it's amazing. It's a Marvel of dialogue. I mean, some of the lines are they're just killers. They just they hit you. They punch. You're right in the gut. Took a stab. You're right in the heart. I mean it's it's a Powerhouse script and the acting is incredible. I think the only person nominated dog This movie. I'd have to look us up. I know, Clive Owen was nominated for best supporting actor and he should have one. I'll have to look to see who who else was nominated. But man, I was disappointed that he didn't win Wok. He Nails this this thing it's it's look, it's a heavy movie. It's funny but it's like wickedly funny. I mean the laughs are dead. They're laced with a little bit of poison and the drama is high and the emotions are are real and they're ripe, you know, right on everybody sleeves and it's it's it's terrific stuff and if you also want to treat yourself, read the play. And that's why the train right now is a little close to book bar to read. Patrick marber is closer. It's it crackles. I mean, it is. It's just it's just Dynamite, so closer. Check it out. If you have and you didn't like it, that's quite. All right. This is this one's not going to be for everybody cuz it is it's tough but it's also got a killer song that that bookends the movie it's off, right? Yeah, I really really recommend it and if you have seen it, maybe give it another visits, but I mean if especially if you liked it. Okay, well, I see the monorail as well. We was essentially made ourselves made our way back here to the basement. And, you know, I mentioned in a long ago, on a podcast about things kind of occurring in one's life and sometimes things have happened, your parents made made decisions or or somebody in your life used to do something or a tradition has come around and you kind of don't know the back story or the history or or too much about it and I said, you know, and I am Posited maybe we don't need to know the backstory, maybe it's better if we create our own sometimes it's wonderful knowing how tradition started. And sometimes it's fun to go on, man. I don't know how this song but I sure am grateful for it. Well, I received a story from a listener a while back and I read I read visited it and I really want to share it with you.

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"clive owen" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"clive owen" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

"Cuz we birth. One more stop to make, royal boy, feels good life. Really does make me wistful for a train ride. I want to get, I need to get on a train soon. Whether it be at a theme park or something, but I would love like where I can actually feel the air, so I'll probably go to like a zoo or sort of feel. The the breeze is your right along in the train. Don't want to be stuck in some car like the closed train cars off. So, here we are at movie Mountain. That's right movie Mountain, the highest mountain in this area and off by that, I mean, it's like a hundred feet, it's not, it's not very high, but it is the highest peak around. And, you know, you might notice wage That were were kind of in between movie Mountain, we're close to move closer, to move a mountain than a book bird, but both Berg's close and I'll tell you why. We sort of stopped the train here. Boy, this movie, I watch this movie a few times a year and if you've seen it, you might go. Geez. That's some heavy tough to watch a few times a year. But the reason I do is because the script is so smart and so sharp and efficient and economical that. I, what I do is I watch this thing to remind me to write better, essentially to, to yeah, work harder on dialogue and thoughts and things like that. And cuz you guys, you guys know I, I write some, you know, all right, short stories are all write screenplays. I'm always kind of working on something and so this really every now and again, I looked Oh, okay. Yeah, yeah, this is, I got to Step It Up. The movie came out in 2004 and it's called closer and it's, you know, I talked to some people who just hated it. They hated it. And I've talked to many, who thought it was a masterpiece I fall into the category of, I think it is, the script itself is a masterpiece and the movie is sure is if it's not it's it's darn close. It stars, Julia Roberts and Natalie, Portman and Jude Law and Clive Owen and that's about it. It's based on a play, which was a quartet, of course, four-person play..

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"clive owen" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"clive owen" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"My next one is a movie that i don't really like but it has a sense of continuity with it And sense of ferocity that. I think that the director was shooting for and that's atomic blonde. Sure women fighting back against the patriarchy and kick ass that's a tale is oldest time The the it's the best thing about atomic lawn. Which i don't think succeeds is a movie because it's overly Convoluted in its plot. And it has one of the worst twists. I think i've ever seen in a film. I'm not gonna say what it is because if you wanna watch it go watch it but Yeah there's a. There's an anger to the action scenes. That reminds me a lot of atomic blunt where she's literally like fighting tooth and nail. Sure yeah absolutely. And i actually agree with you. I did not particularly like atomic blonde. Either and i know a lot of people really love it and i do think the action sequences are as good as the film's fans say they are. It's just everything else around. It doesn't quite work as well but yeah there there is like just a visceral fighting for your life. -ness of of the the fight scenes in atomic blonde and here and gunpowder milkshake. I definitely think that's a great puzzle. Piece to include here and of course atomic blonde at the time was being touted as like the female john wick. And we're already talking about john wick here so it's like it definitely fits in with that. Entire kind of trajectory of where action movies are right. Now and it's in being the female john wick. It doesn't feel like a clone right. It's more like this is a this is a companion piece to that definite instead of feeling like something derivative absolutely while i'm gonna go back a little further to Another puzzle piece here. I was just talking about. Paul giamati going to go with an action movie that i love But specifically because of him going to bring it up and that is shoot. 'em up Starring clive owen. Which is a Just absolutely we're talking this weekend about the new space jam coming out. I mean this is looney tunes in an action movie but it is so much fun and gm audio. The bad guy in that is just a blast and a lot of ways. It feels like he has just kind of revisiting that kind of You know chewing the scenery just just really relishing and being a bad guy kind of character and as you know it's fun to see him you don't really see paul giamati that much lately and it's fun to see him just kind of chewing on that kind of character and just having so much fun.

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"clive owen" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

Sucias are my Favorite

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"clive owen" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

"I was certain that the father of the state trooper had gotten my License plate number. In new. Where i lived but i realized that the cars registered to my father's address not to where i'm at and the only way he would know where i'm at is if the daughters all if melissa told the trooper which i want to say was her father would i never confirmed it. I never asked. But i'm guessing it was a father minis trooper. I had imagined her figured that he got my address. Out of them was gonna come over. And just kill me. Find an excuse to just killing. It wasn't a few weeks later till sorry a few days later that i realized okay. Nothing's going to happen to me. They're not trying to kill me. Yes random crazy situation. So is the point of all this. I don't know. I mean on one hand. Sometimes things that are too good to be true are too good to be true on the other. Hand it it's more of a lesson of don't always think with your dick. I mean yeah. Go on and try to get laid but be aware of your surroundings. Be cautious don't put yourself in vulnerable position. And by that i am thinking of a referring to Was moving closer. Was it closer damn. I can't remember now but it was a movie with Clive owen jennifer aniston exhibit. And this french guy. Something casella ca sale. Forget he was in think ocean's thirteen ocean's twelve and he's been in a couple of movies but any case in this movie there was essentially the couple that was con artists and they were setting up married men to meet up at a hotel and essentially rob them and then after robbing them they would extort him for more money but essentially when i saw that movie and they were i in the room. I was like something's gonna happen. Because just said he was thinking this dick thinking about getting laid hooking up with jennifer aniston and just before they have sex the french sky castle castle whatever he breaks into the room and pistol whips cloven and then quote unquote rapes jennifer aniston. Will you find out later that they're a couple so they were just having sex but they made. It seem like it was raped to make clive. Owen feel guilty about her getting raped and not being able to protect her blah blah. His whole mind. Fuck thing so so since the time with a state trooper. Melissa the whole thing i was more vigilant about what i would do and what i would go so even if i was doing stuff in public i would always keep an eye out. I wouldn't always put one hundred percent of my focus in having sex always kind of being cautious. What's going to be out there. Who's an attack me. Who's now come after him..

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"clive owen" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"clive owen" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Hard thing to kind of sum up in a couple of sentences but it's about a woman who has lost her husband a he. He was a famous writer. Much like a stephen king kind of character. Somebody who wrote supernatural stories. But it's it's really the story about their relationship about what it means to be an intimate relationship over a long period of time. And we we find her at the beginning. There are people who are pressuring her to give her husband's papers And she won't let go of him and then there's a stalker played by dane dehaan actor Kind of a fan. The superfan And then she your sisters Joan allen and jennifer. jason. Leigh both actors and clive owen. Place my husband and it's just it was a great group of people really really wonderful. Pablo rain is genius and darius kanji or dp lucky. Were you familiar with this book in this material before it came to you. I wasn't either the script. The screenplays came to me and steven wrote screenplays. And i know how attached to was to read the book after that so my first contact with stephen was after i read the screen plays and and he said he wanted to speak to me on the phone and we talked about the character and i think for him as somebody who's been in a in a long and and really Important relationship you know. I think that's that's what's resonant about this story and they're also lots of literary references. They're important to him so it's about kind of his work and life. So what do you see in dc That you love when you read that script say okay. I kind of get her. I see where this is headed. What do you look for in a character like that. It's interesting people. Always ask me what i look for an character but i i mostly. I look for narrative i look for story and my power. We telling the story and how does it. How does it pertained all of us. And what i love about it there. Are there literally four timelines in this super complicated so you have the present day you have sort of the recent past. You have their early marriage and then you have their childhood so in a sense. It's it's like it's like that experience that we all have going through life wherever you are you carry your past and your memories with you and those things feel as real as the president so it's like how do you negotiate that as a person. How do you move on you. We don't know what the future is. We carry our past in this big kind of thing on her back. So i love that..

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The Bourne Identity (2002)

Bald Movies

02:39 min | 1 year ago

The Bourne Identity (2002)

"Hey everybody welcome to another prestige podcasts. Where we perhaps are stretching the definition of prestige I think so. I think this is a prestigious action film anyway. The bourne identity. This is a two thousand two movie directed by doug liman who you might recognize director of swingers. Mrs smith jumper edge of tomorrow american-made. He's the son of a bitch. Made us watch american made. We got all hyped up tom. Cruise in and mister bourne identity in its turns out that was very aggressively average flick. But but he's he's made a couple of good action movies as you can see here. After this paul greengrass over and helmed the rest of the borne trilogy is based on a screenplay written by tony gilroy who you might recognize as the screenwriter of rogue. One devil's advocate. Literally every jason bourne film also wrote and directed michael clayton and william blake. Herron who. I don't even know why his credit for this like only got one other movie credits he's credit created as the co writer. So i guess he did stuff here. He came into some rewrites. Because a studio like lots of this is a. I had no idea. This is such a troubled film making process. They're much butting heads. We'll we'll get to that. I'm sure is based on the bourne identity by one robert ludlum. If you're a. Tom clancy fan. You know. absolute thought robert ludlum is if you're a kid growing up in eighties. Ninety nineties like books The airport bookstores were stuffed full of his political thrillers. Back for their stuff. Full john grisham or after adding it. Yeah it's like. It's like john grisham. Tom clancy and and Ludlum all going for that hyper. Masculine market stars matt damon of course as jason bourne Frank potenza bra who you might recognize from run. Lola run is awesome. Best thing about season to the bridge. Also clio and sneaky little star guest starring role here. Chris cooper brian cox who you'll recognize as the bad political heavy from every political thriller. We've ever seen giant assholes. Good job at it. Julia stiles clive owen. Art talked by clive. Owen and walton goggin. Yeah back before. I knew who he was and he was like in his late. Twenties early thirties still had a fairly full head of hair though. It was in recognizable retreat. Just pops out the do one of the most textbook gap dossier exposition scenes. That you've ever

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