6 Burst results for "David Mamat"
"david mamat" Discussed on High and Mighty
"I don't know thought you guys watched. I got the pig cut. I got the pig. Roy i have so you can help you sam. I came through the surgery. Sam but then you have someone who can wait here my deal all right. Just cut okay. Piggy just cut a little bit all right pick. Just make sure you get that bullet. You take the fucking pig thing off. You're talking to he. And vincent who's this fucking girl man. We don't have fucking booster seat where you put in the car you get. We get rid of this chick to wishy ten eleven. The fuck attia. So he walks in he orders a beer everybody's eyeball in each other deniro is looming around outside and it's like what the fuck is going on. He goes back around to the back alley and he is pacing waiting for people to go by and then he plants a gun under a been full of bottles then he goes inside the cafe and they tell him it's close. He's everybody's speaking french. Another thing that. I was really into when i first saw. This movie is the use of subtitles in foreign languages and that they didn't fuck in cheat it as much as they had been doing in the nineties of like. Just everybody fucking speaks english everywhere. This truly feels like well but it truly feels like an international movie. You get they they they shoot. In in europe there people speaking different languages if and they all showed the national titles all the time rally. So you don't know what the fuck is going on unless you speak french or russian. Yeah or pig. Latin like vincent friend. That does the surgery. Yeah i think. Larry speaks pig latin in a lot of it too. Well we'll get to larry in a second. I think he's my favorite character in this way. I have so much to say about larry. I'm so pumped. I was making more of a joke about the pig puppet but yes let's get the larry the pig yeah. I know the the blonde is like. Why are you brushing off. And she's speaking english and deniro does a cool thing where he's like. I don't know what you're saying because he's speaking french. He kinda pretends like he doesn't know what the fuck she's talking about but they're all kind of talking in code and she opens the back door everybody leaves and she's like. Why were you being so fucking hesitant. He's like i never walk into a place. I don't know how to walk out of that. She's like the why you get in the van. And he's like you know the reason. And i and that line so david mamat wrote the script. It's really hard to get full credit for a script that isn't initially ears. You've got to rewrite a lot and there's a lot of scumbag tricks that people pull you got rename characters. You got to do all sorts of shit and even then. It's pretty hard. So i think that fight got pretty dicey now that were fucking twenty years twenty two years out of this movie. It's pretty clear. David mamat wrote it. You look at the other guys. He's written like two made for tv. Movies of two thousand eight seagal movie and david david mamat still. Yeah i mean you and you can feel him all over this so famously. You won't see his name on it because he only will take things he gets sole credit for him because he didn't win the arbitration or whatever. He wrote it under a pseudonym or something. Yeah he's like jc eight or something like that whatever. J. d. zeke. Or whatever. I think he's james dean d. e. n. d. the canyons zeke's the original guy. I think his name the the actual guy's name is fake. Richard vice is what mammoths pen name is on this. So this van pulls into warehouse. Sean bean is already there. He's lurking above everything and again. You don't know who the fuck is who what everybody's role is. There's bunks and equipment everywhere. Stones scars guard walks in. It's got a great look. Scott like a weird kind of plump businessman. Look he looks just like his professor character in goodwill hunting. He likes he's like dry. It looks like they shot it back to back like he's got a fields medal. The fucking fields medal. George so the blonde starts telling him about the job and it's all the instructions are real vague and when i wash this as a kid i always felt like it was a lot longer and a lot more setup but now we're watching i'm like man. This movie fucking moves. It's almost three doing jump cuts the fucking cruising through information. They're not even giving you the information it's like let's just fucking yet to it. You gotta steal this briefcase. Yeah i don't know what mine space. I was in to not feel the pace. How agreeable it is. I don't know it was such a mess. I think i was. I think that's why it's remarkable to me because upon the second viewing of it. I was just like man just completely wrong. Like in the wrong heads base because it's stimpy movie but it's not like other movies. You're watching in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. So that's why we're like. I'm going to see a van. Damme movie like you know like that level of action movie instead you're seeing something more cerebral and you're like that's boring and then like one year later you watch it again. You're like fuck. This movie slaps so she's all right. I'll tell you more about the job tomorrow. Our crews eaten food three. Eaten breakfast sean. Bean you is suddenly. He's got such great. Look where i mean they use it again. A few years Earlier in goldeneye where he just is instantly unlike alright He he always plays kind of a coward. Trader loser character is just got that look. You know he's got that look good. He's got like a good kind of greasy. Look about him. Where and there's something sad about him at the same time. Yeah but.
"david mamat" Discussed on The Tightrope with Dan Smolen
"Multiple seven figure entrepreneur who teaches meditation online and emily's gifts and her talents and her skills of holding audience's attention and her ability to cut through. She can analyze scripts right. She's able to get into character and she had to read all kinds of literature as a musical theater. Major but. Emily is the most extraordinary teacher. I've interviewed her on time for coffee. And i might sell before i interviewed. Took her meditation course and she was the first one dan who was able to break through with me and helped me to actually mitigate so that is why say steady what interests you you know. My wife got a degree in drama and thought that was going to be a you know the the semester before i met her. She was at the eugene o'neill institute writing writing plays so her parents thought okay. You know she's gonna be david mamat or something and it didn't work out and then she met me and you know our careers went in different directions. She now has a a multifaceted work life. She teaches gifted kids in public school and boy that trauma background really comes into play with all those different personalities right. You have to leverage all that emotional intelligence with very high functioning children. And she's gotten very good at running five hustles we sell vintage clothing and jewellery and and you know so the point being the degree that you had won't necessarily translate into immediate career success or career success at all. But there's going to be aspects of it. That are going to be pure magic as they were. I wife okay. Can i pick up on that run with i in my course one of the courses that i teach in the college career academy i talk about the four ends and this is a framework that you can use to help kind of narrow field for yourself in terms of the type it industries and then the type of companies or organizations that would be a good fit for new and i have two final m.'s. That come at the end of the course one of which is the importance of your mindset to have and try to and cultivate a growth mindset throughout your professional life and your personal life and what i mean by that is see your fails your ups your the times that you fall down on your face as opportunities to learn because that is exactly what they are and they are sometimes more valuable to go through then your big successes and then the last m is magic and this is what i mean by that. Only worry only concentrate on what you wanna do especially new grads for that first year or so after you graduate. And why do i say that because you will have magical experiences some of it could be black magic like the pandemic these really awful things that come out of nowhere in the case of the pandemic affected all of us which is highly unusual. But you'll have things happened. That changed the landscape for you. All those young people who graduated or were graduating in twenty twenty who had their job offers rescinded. Their internships rescinded all of that curveball. Lack magic by you will also have fairy dust magic. Have you will have people who come into your life outer nowhere. Maybe a friend of a friend or a stranger that you meet somebody on linked in or you will have a magical experience where you learn about something that you didn't know about before or you're exposed to something you haven't been exposed to before and these experiences will change your next step so be open. Don't worry about what's going to happen after that first step be they're foley and be open to all the potential magical encounters that you'll have okay but now i'm gonna throw a something ranch a wrench into the mix metaphor going so you can imagine and you are fully aware of some of your clients who were like. I'm investing thirty. Forty fifty sixty seventy thousand dollars a year to get my degree and mom and dad are like the clock is sticking and you gotta get a good job because you're gonna be paying that student loan and that really is shitty. I'm sorry that is terrible that we have gotten to the point in my brother went to cornell many years ago he didn't go bankrupt and yet my own college full pop is seventy plus a year. That's insane now. It's forcing people like me. My daughter doesn't go to a school like that. She goes to vcu with the state school for me. Because i live in virginia and she's getting a great education. I bring up the money because there's an roi aspect to college. That really sucks right and it's a disservice to to that same point you know go like the person said go get the marketing degree because at least you'll get into a good career track. That's not guaranteed. And i think the biggest thing you're probably dealing with is the palpable stress. That these young folks are dealing with because one. They don't want to make a mistake as the first funny thing right. You're gonna make a lot of mistakes. I gotta be perfect. You're not going to be perfect. I can't pivot. I gotta stay laser focus. Oh boy you're going to pivot a few times. If i had a talk to old me from forty years ago. I think his head would explode out of the circuitous career. Path that i've taken and probably you as well. So how do we get beyond that to a place of joy because those first years and were i mean my first couple of years in a working in dc were joyful. There were absolutely joyful. Because i change the narrative around being perfect to being. Well okay. i've got this opportunity. What do i do with it. And i did so. You're absolutely right for so many too. Many young people who are graduating these days they are saddled with an extraordinary amount of debt and they have to be realistic about what kind of job they can afford to take right what that salary is going to be because they have this banknote this loan that they have to pay off but that doesn't change the fact that you can really only plan for about a year in advance if that and there are so many young people i know and i bet you know to dan who followed the dollars into wall street and are working or we're working night and day earning an amazing.
"david mamat" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Could i could never really tell it apart from the boston. But there's some people who are passionate about you know maine has its own new hampshire's got like they do. The whole thing with the main is crazy man. I mean. I will say just with the accents on that. There's a guy named tim monarch. Who just you know. He's she's who Dicaprio uses matt. Damon uses an. And you know you know. He's sort of like the legend of all times in sort of dialect coaches. And you know. I i reach out to. I worked with Wolf wall street and he came on to this movie and it was such a huge thing you know he he worked with all of us on it and then basically did it for free because he knew i mean we had no money and we did he just loved the script and kind of love the spirit that started at peace theater and like that guy who's deserves all the all the pri- he's he's he's a true legend and i think that kinda i mean not be achieved about it but i mean i think that that's kinda like the great thing about movies in general and kind of like what we do. Is you see like you are dumb faces on the screen. But it's like they're such a the artistry and a craft in the grit and determination of so many made these things in your such a small part like those accidents are good like beth on us. You know just drilling us and being like look more focused on. Put my name on it. You better come correct. And and and so i'm i'm i'm he he deserves. He deserves all credit for that. But that movie did start out as a play and as as as humble beginning as possible. You know it was the ten o'clock show in this tiny forty seat theater in like this terrible area in la. And you were in the play. Right i was man i was. I had gotten into some trouble in two thousand nine. And i couldn't leave the city of los angeles. It was right after season. One of the walking dead. I'd be depositions and a friend of mine called me up and said hey man. I need you to come. Do this. play. Reading with me. And i was like look dude. I'm like trying to get my life together. You the last thing i'm doing is don't play reading and i ended up just you know it was a long day ended up just just going. That's not something. I was doing very often and i heard that. Play out loud and just said this guy. This guy is onto something. He's the best american playwright. I in my opinion since david mamat. I think he's just unbelievable in cincinnati. Oh he wrote stronger. J. joan hollies right in the new topsoil movie you know a based on hulk hogan is one of the co writers of joker. I mean the guys like phenomenal talent. Now since that play but we put this little play on again in this little forty seat theater. And you know a lot of my buddies in l. a. r. r. cops and profile We bring these folks to the theater that you know they. They've never been played before you had them with the super progressive kind of liberal theater audience all in the same room and it just people went crazy like they they just love this show and the show kept building and building and building eventually wants new york and i think what we have with something that you really undeniable and you know we always had this idea of of kinda. Turn it into a movie when we could. You know we got this little window of time and we did it and really proud of it. Yeah i could tell you. I mean how many people are even in the movie. He does feel like a play. There's like what eight actors. Yeah i mean it's very small but you know but also it's you know it's really cool. I mean this is our little saying. I don't know how how cool anybody else will think. But every one of our kids makes a little appearance in the play. My dogs are in the movie. My dogs are in everybody. Who's ever played those roles onstage. Our background and kind of make their west coast law parts you know is a real kind of labor of love of this kind of community of now. You know we we may. We did that play over ten years ago but there was this whole circle of friends. That kinda came out of it that all very much stick together and we all kind of did this collectively which which again you know. I'm i'm i'm under is really proud to see had that you have the sopranos thing come and we own the city. That's on dad series. That's coming and then you're doing american gigolo which was always one of the great ideas for movie that absolutely should have been a tv show at some point and it took like forty plus years. But now that's happening. Yeah we did the Pilot of that last year in the gonna production of it right right when i'm done with his. Hbo show that set in l. Has to be yeah is very much in la show. But i think it's gonna be you know it's from the show runner of ray. Donovan is numb. Yes it's i. i think people are expecting. Let's put it this weddings going to be a lot as you can see because i'm playing the role you know it's a much darker uglier version but but I think. I think it's going to surprise a lot of people i'm excited. I'm stared at it. So it's a grittier. It's a grittier american gigolo. I think so ray donovan. Crossed with american gigolo. You know i mean yeah cheeses. Ask why you've never made. Why haven't you start in a sports movie with down there so we have this movie chain. Richard that's coming out just played at telluride which is about china. I heard that from believable. It's great man. i'm i'm so crowded. This director rinaldo market street. He's actually he came with me to do the. Hbo series of doing now man. I i think this movie is just. It's so beautifully done and Every aspect of it was right. We got really feel like we got tennis. Right i. I'm telling you right now. We'll miss a will. Smith has got to blow everybody away in this in this role but really everybody. I think the work is so beautiful across the board. And that's very much sports movie but look you know playing baseball in college. I played football as a boxer. It's just it's it's really gotta be right. I mean that. I've had these kinds of opportunities to do but but you know to me. It's it's it's just like you know what i'm doing the the punisher your they've got to get the guns right like they gotta had any right. You know when we're doing. Tim ritchey gotta get the tennis right. You know that you. You really need if you go into something like that. You gotta make sure you're putting yourself in a situation where there's going to be enough time energy and money spent on really getting those aspects of the right because i had no interest in doing baseball movie If you're not gonna get the baseball right. An and i know i can kind of cover my end on that but we gotta do that across the board. So you know. I i would love to do. He's got to be the riceland. What was your baseball position. Gadget the bay. There has been a really good baseball movie in a while a long time. We need one man and the boxing happens over and over again. There's only been a couple emma movies. I thought i thought the one with tom hardy was really were. It was excellent and gavin also made miracle he really gets the sport he was an athlete. He played football and he's super close friends. Who feel like we're kinda graduating passports. Movies kazan assists with the way with the way back which i really liked the movie. Yeah it was like basketball but it was like it was a it was a movie about that character and basketball's in it but not in the way like forty years ago. The team wins in the last scene spine. So it was more like this character. Study and i almost feel like. That's where this shit's going now. I agree and that's gavin by the way too. He made that well. I think i think that's i think just people are really getting tired of predictability..
"david mamat" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"The f f murray abraham unfortunately now stands for faira high who clearly longtime listener. I guess like third time caller anyway. So i have started dating a man who had who'd literally every single person he who hooky palmer he had never heard of the who is this man mean. I asked him who has celebrity crashes where and he goes oh the girl from community who her name and then be rexha. And i was like wait. What and then. He goes her first album. Got me through a really hard time. And i wanted to give her fan mail but she doesn't have a po box. And i just sat in wonder that are who almost clean in queen. When weeding is his probably crushing he knew her and yet he who who has this man mean and kiki palmer Yes also. I tried to break it off. He somehow come into me not to and at the end of the night he brought over dinner and he then texted me asking me to venlo him for having to meal and yet he took all of the leftovers. I'm still reeling okay. Good farm bella thorne who weekly Longtime longtime I'm watching the nineties. David mamat movie. The spanish prisoner. And there's a woman with a familiar face. So i looked her up at her name. Is rebecca pidgeon I had not heard of her but her face is very familiar. But i just wanted to let you know that. She starred in the movie. Bird box so You're the only people that i really could tell this. Information to so a pigeon Started in the movie docs crunch crunch. Hey lindsay bobby longtime way. Too many times So i was listening to this week's podcast. And i did not positive because i was waiting hoping i would hear you guys the reference relations to rita and getting lunch jailer. Not respond with a text message. I'm sure she responded with an audio message. Saying let's get nine jj that scared. Nah i i'm i'm sorry for that anyway. Women's you belong and balloons. there's anita laptop..
"david mamat" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"I like to keep track of them. I see what's going on. John moran you know what i mean hughes hughes auctions. Y'all keep a keep an eye on that. Maybe my favorite around towns the april. Okay you know about that. I don't but i if i'm ever looking for an auction right. Now they're handling the estate of carol channing. Wow which the greatest fucking shit in history shift so many awards in this estate just her house must have just been completely silver-plate cups. You know that. Say whatever but what. I want a bit on and win. A white firemen helmet says baltimore fire department. Honorary fire chief. Carol channing. Honorary fire chief. She's she just called her agent. She said i've gotta be in baltimore. That's my carol channing. Impression by the way. Hey chessy what would it. sound like. Carol channing tuck to donald duck. Carol channing y sorry. Something's wrong with my microphone. Do actually i didn't. I didn't quite get them. Internet's down zoos. Just picture carol channing. Calling her agent like getting her agent on the horn and she's like my cousins getting married in baltimore. Call the fire department. I want a hat. I got to become a broadway legend. Fucking greater still time right. I think we still could. We could still become successes in show business jordan. A few things would have to break our way. We'd have yet more talented. Yeah but I think it's still within our grasp. Yeah i mean dennis farina that guy was that it was a chicago cop until he met david. Mamat there you go. All we have to do is meet. David mamat who might be candles. I don't think we wanna meet david. Mammon anymore no yeah uncanceled. David mamat is or the yet to be cancelled. David jonathan katz. There you go his best friend from college. He's totally not cancelled and is a delight. There you go to meet that guy. I think we've met him already. Yeah they both like to pitch. New yorker cartoons. That's fun yeah that's true. That's not a gag i wrote. That's the real thing about them. I believe your tony cliff. It's been a joy to have you on the program. Thank you very much having me. Of course you're the author of the delilah dirk series about a globe-trotting tomb ratings swashbuckling. Nineteenth century brash adventurous. That is true. I don't need to tell anybody that. Because god god god knows they see coming. Our audiences already placed their orders for the seeds of good fortune and the treasurer of constantinople. Because jordan is talked them up on the show many times true but you're also perhaps most importantly the artists behind the new upcoming bestselling comic book. Bubble we can you tell me. Where do you get your ideas. I i will tell you. It's real nice not to have to draw tall. Ship board of that master and commander adaptation. You were working on on. How many fucking ways are there to describe ropes. Except somebody asked me where. I get my ideas. I'm going to get my best shit when i'm face. Deepen a juicy watermelon squirt..
"david mamat" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Okay joanna let's listen to your interview with shamet She is on the flight attendant which we all adore it and talked about to some extent. And what now feels like a very blurry. Covid winter Is one of the bright spots. So they can remember from period for lake. Felt like the election was never gonna coves never going to end but we got to travel the world with kaley cuoco and solve a mystery and social media is so good as her best friend on the show. So would you talk about your well. It's funny because we talked about an appointment television. She was in the throes of her mayor vs town addiction. She brought up not me so but also just that she took this role intentionally. Sort of get away from this. Shawna box that. She's been found herself in and she took an because she felt like it was a really different thing for her to do and just about like maybe the. She's grateful for having been associated with such a beloved strong character lecture. Shana but then like maybe some of the struggles that come with that in terms of trying to build your career from there so including some advice from david mamat. so here's zoysia moment with some career advice from her dad I want to start by asking you something that i've seen you say over and over again in interviews about the flight attendant is you were really looking for something. That was different from shoshana that you wanted to do something new and sort of expand the way that maybe people thought about what you could do. What was your arsenal. And i'm wondering if you've seen already the fruits of that in terms of the projects that are coming across your desk after flooded on it. An interesting question. It's sort of a double edged sword when you get to play such a specific and loud character because it's such a gift as an actor. I loved playing that character so much and to get to do it over. Six seasons was so amazing. I feel like she kind of grew in her. Zany s It it was a tricky thing did pigeonholed me in a way and i think our industry is such a funny one. Even though everybody knows that the game is that we as actors play pretend for living that we pray people who aren't it's When you do a part like that for that long somehow people who know that like casting directors or writers seem to forget and it's funny. Because i would even go into meetings and i am so different from her as a human being like i am covered in tattoos and i would not literally at the end of our show. Our cost anything that you want to take from your closet. And i was like i literally want nothing. I want nothing that she wore. Everything she wore is so uncomfortable to me. And i hate every color of it But i would go into meetings people like you're so funny i expected someone different and i'm like really also have you not see me on late night or views are it's just interesting. It's like even you know. I understand that from fans like i. I often say people with meet me especially when the show was on almost be like disappointed because they'd be expecting to shawna and then they'd meet me and like came down it's up and they'd be like who are you know. No no no thank you It's a tricky line to walk. Because you are so grateful and i jumped wholeheartedly into playing that part but definitely did make it more difficult and i think that's the reason. I also searched for jobs that are outside of the realm of her. Not only for that reason. But also because i just love to challenge myself as an actor and do something i haven't done before but it's interesting like even having played this role of annie i think change in this industry and people accepting it takes some time. I'm still pushing the rock up the hill a little bit. But i'm like. I accept your challenge and i will continue to show you that i can do different things And it does. Every time. I get to do something different and people do. Give me that opportunity. And i feel like they see that ability in me makes it that much sweeter than it was it. Was that thing with flight attendant. I was so excited. When i got this job because i was like people are finally giving me the opportunity to to alexa different muscle. And still you know. I'll talk to my manager. She'll be like yeah. They're just a little worried that you can't do x. y. or z. And i'm like well. I'll make a tape and i'll try and show them if they say no next. I'm like my dad. Always used to say to me when i was young. You know this industry is so much about talent but so much more about persistence. Like who is the last man standing. He was like you're going to be told no so many times. They're going to be so many doors. That are shut in your face and you have to be the one. That's like every time a door shuts you just go you knock out another one and then you knock on another one. And it's like who is. The person is continuing to knock on doors after other people are like..