23 Burst results for "Ed Harris"
"ed harris" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"I have to get out got my list tonight. And that is that is the most that is the furthest from a human interaction as you can get that. That is the one eighty degrees away from that exactly. Yeah this bring. this brings up. What i've mentioned in the intro. All right one of my favorite movies ever is apollo thirteen. If you haven't seen it what the heck is wrong with you and you should have seen it But the line was. And i think it was ed harris who was like the guy in michigan. Yeah a failure is not an option and that's the idea was. Failure is not an option. Now what he was saying is like yo failure might be option. We just aren't choosing it or you say that. Why is failure option. So when i throw that your way what do you mean failures and option. Because it's way to learn. And so when i think about ed harris and not seen the reality is feel your wasn't an option because the relies on the line. There are very few times in our lives that we truly at are at a point. Where if we fail someone dies. And that's the differentiator. Yes if someone is gonna die because of choice we make. Failure is not something we want but think about it even as pt's before we actually treat a real patient we're practicing on each other and guess what if in lab. I'm afraid to try something. Because i don't wanna fail. Then when i get out into real patient care. I'm not doing the best for my patient. Because i haven't pushed my own envelope. I haven't said could i do this. Any better As much as it pains me to say the first time in class that we did wheelchair mobility. And i'm a talker so when my aunt teammate were my classmate in the wheelchair and i was going to safely help them learn how papa really got distracted chatting with someone down in one thousand the best less micro to learn angle but he got hurt. Yeah but that failure taught me so much. Not just okay. This is how you actually teach someone how to papa whealy it taught me. How does dick focus on the patient. Regardless what else is happening around me. It taught me that this is where my hand position have been. It taught me that. I always need to be at the ready because i never know when something's going to happen with a patient i mean i was watching a a doc in the acute care setting and he was like a you know a new resident doing romburg testing on a patient and he said to the patient. I want to do this. And then he walked away and the patient like was gonna face plant but because i learned the hard way i was able to reach in. Say not let the station ball. So if we don't fail we end up living in a really small box..
"ed harris" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"That's true is women and also like you have that spate of girl bosses. That did an incredible job with marketing and like finger on the pulse of whatever worldview. We espouse at the time granted. We've all moved on. Somewhat violently from that worldview and punish them as a result. But i feel like the audrey gallons and the steph corey's et cetera. Okay all that one. Just come back very quickly. Say there's a big important difference between sales and marketing. It's important not to conflict the two. And i remember talking to ken fisher about this. Who is really the guy who explained it best to me. He obviously has. These funds sells financial investments to rich individuals. And he's like marketing is important. And then what you need is like a sales best. The end of the marketing funnel who will close the deal will close the sale. And i'm seeing this in masterworks right now. You know that this company which seems to be inescapable is trying to satellite fractional ownership paintings. They have a huge marketing operation. They have this massive marketing operation that like buying ads in every like financial newsletter and podcast and everything and twitter but what that marketing operation does. It's basically just gets you to type your email into a box and then leads to say. Then that's the lead and then hartselle comes. And it's the salespeople. Julia drive company. I have many thoughts and try to distill them. I women do sales felix. You've never bought makeup in a department store. But if you have those do not walk out of there without a you'll always full bag two hundred dollars every time or a fifty dollars. Whatever i'm always sucked in real estate. My god likes. Don't let a real estate person near your house. you will sell it. You will buy one. It'll be a disaster. I might know something about that. So i feel like if you're woman selling something or man selling something you have to sell your masculinity or your femininity. So that's part of it. That's interesting lately right like al pacino is like basically seducing that guy in the chinese restaurant which i love the chinese restaurant so that's one thought we play with other thought before i lose it from my brain is that The kind of sales are doing this movie. This is from like such a different time before the world of click for the lead before the world of employer. Email like these guys have the cards those cards with the leads on them. Those cards don't exist anymore. Those cards our email addresses and their harvested by companies like masterworks in these big pushes that are converted their ad auctions now. The marketing and sales is very automated in this new world. Like you wouldn't get a phone call anymore. You get one hundred emails and there'd be like a two percent response and those people would buy and you don't need you don't even really need those salesman anymore. It's more of a volume game. I think that's right. I think i think depending on what you're selling. There's there's certain things including houses most of the time maybe in the current bubble way like financial investments in general often very much so late. Big dollar amounts all something like a software as a service contracts. You know if if i'm slack. And i want to sell ibm on installing slack across their entire business. Something like that. Then that's going to be a very long nimble sales process with the various senior sales best and talking to a bunch of very senior executives over many weeks and months and persuading them a great effort and expense to sign a multimillion dollar contract. That does still exist and that salesperson. I guess in my head to stereotype would be a man but i do not know what gender breakdown this and those kinds of sales teams and you'd think it cuts both ways just remembering like there's this whole world of rhetoric around why hedge fund sales and like relationship managers at banks are women and they're like well the clients need the hand holding and they need to be cajoled and women are more persuasive. So like you hear this argument but it's in like a little weird box over on the side. you know what i mean like. it's the rhetorical. Points are trotted out. When they're useful. And then to emily point gendered where useful and then. They're not transferable somehow so like the stereotypes cliches hold but are not true. One of the cliches definitely comes through in this movie and mamat totally leans into is the way in which the salesman in this movie have utter contempt for the people to whom they are selling completely and they want to just like extract the maximum amount of money from those people in an. They've made their money and then they move on. Don't care what happens less people after that and all the best sales men and women i think in the world would recoil that night the way that you are a successful salesman is by something something that the client actually likes him once wants to come back for more of an more and more and more and is not one of those. I'm just going to fuck you over once and then move on next month stationary. Yeah yeah go ahead. What is that moss and george. Sorry for not alanon. another name harris. Yeah and ed harris makes this point. He's like when i was coming up. We learned that you want to sell five cars over fifteen years to the same person not one car and get out and that we've messed it up ever since the was it the glenn ross sales that messed everything up. I can't remember. And i really wanted to unpack that more with ed harris but fast-moving dime and we didn't get more so rothstein in there and then it's dropped and is it time for kind of a prequel selling glenn ross farms. Didn't we sell a bunch of that They came in fucked it up the good and kill the goose announced stuck with this fucking shit. This shit it's too it. Is you get a bad month. All of frivolous put on his board some contest board. I it's not the right way to customers. I know why. What did i learn. As a kid on western. You don't sell a guy one call you sell them five cars over fifteen years. That's right got them right. It's right guys. Come in the blah blah blah. I know what i'll do. I'll go out and everybody blind and go to argentina because nobody ever thought of this before so they kill the goose in a fuck man's worked all his life has got thrive in his who boots. Yes this is really. The is clearly the seedy underbelly after sales weld right. This is the pump and stock brokerage. This is the door to door vacuum salesman who throws debt onto your carpet. This is the can. I interest you. In the set of encyclopedia's. I remember because i'm old from these memes and tropes is growing up i feel like none of that exists anymore door-to-door just different. It's all mlm like try this essential oil. Try this pleased by this important costume jewelry. That took three dollars to make. And i'm charging you thirty five in my living room yet evolved. I mean herbalife is interesting heavily. It became this lake religious campaign on the part of bill. Ackman who's like look at this terrible sales organization. It is my god given duty to bring it down and of course. He failed miserably. But that would seem to be like the modern equivalent. And the thing about herbalife and its ilk is that it doesn't even really have professional sales teams legacy in this movie. It's all this of self employed pyramid scheme nightmare. Which is in. Many ways was completely. I was watching this movie. And i was like. Oh no these dudes are so afraid of getting fired. My heart goes out to them. They have healthcare right now. This is not the gig economy for once like. I'm watching a movie where these people have some degree of yes. They're like precarious. they're fired and hired back based on their sales of that week. Like oh no that so stressful but like this is so much better even still better than a contractor model. Where they're like. They're bearing the cost of their insurance and their i don't know it just seemed like a precarious and stressful thing. So much more safe and provided so much more security for the people actually.
Security operations centers: a first principle idea.
"The idea of operations centers has been around seemingly forever friedrich limb in his a history of western technology suggests that the concept goes back as far as five thousand bc amazing anytime an organization grows big enough either in terms of function or one. Small team can't do everything. Leaders have built these centers to men's the workflow and status of the various groups into coordinate. If you fast forward to the early days of the technological revolution we started seeing organizations. That began looking like a modern day sark. But we're quite there yet. The classic example is how nasa managed space missions starting way back in nineteen fifty eight now for those. Who don't know me. I'ma space geek specifically. I love everything about the space race between the russians and the americans during the nineteen sixties in fact as a side note the washington post lillian cunningham produced a thirteen episode podcasts. About that very thing last year it is called moon rise and i highly recommended. But did you know that when neil armstrong and buzz aldrin landed on the moon in nineteen sixty nine that the russians had a remote controlled spacecraft up there at the same time. I didn't know that. Until i listen to the moon rise podcasts. The russians crashed into a moon mountain as armstrong and aldrin. We're flying back to the lunar module so maybe that is why the russians don't advertise that much. But i digress. One of my favorite space movies is paolo. Thirteen directed by ron howard. And one of the things. I love about that. Movie is how it depicts the energy and sense of purpose of an operation center. Here's the actor. Ed harris in a virtuoso performance playing gene kranz the real life nasa flight director delegating tasks his crew of operational teams on what they need to do to get apollo thirteen at home. And the meantime whenever frozen command module to power it up another but the re entry batteries. We've been tried before we've never even stimulated it before gene. We're going to have to figure it out. i want people in our simulators working reentry scenarios. I want you guys to find. Every engineer designed ever switch every circuit transistor and every lightbulb. It's up there then. I want you to talk to the guy. Knee assembly line actually built the thing. Find out how to squeeze every aunt at both of these goddamn machines. I want this mark all the way back to earth with time to spare never lost an american in space where surest not gonna lose one on my watch. Failure is not an option. If that doesn't bring chills down your spine you might be dead. I'm just saying when telephone network started appearing in the early nineteen twenty s phone companies like eighteen bill traffic control bureaus to handle long distance traffic issues by the early nineteen sixties. At and t. Handled most telephone switching through mechanical devices and build a network control center or noc to manage it. At and t. Historians consider this to be the first knock ever built by nineteen seventy seven bell systems had built the first national knock in bedminster new jersey which looked a lot like modern knocks. Today there wasn't much security yet but if there was any knock operators were doing it in the us intelligence community the nineteen sixties were fraud with international incidents like the cuban missile crisis of nineteen sixty to the arab israeli six day war in nineteen sixty seven the us pueblo capture and nineteen sixty eight the prague spring crisis and czechoslovakia also nineteen sixty eight in the one. Twenty-one shootdown crisis in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine the. nsa decided that. They needed an operation center to manage their efforts. Across a wide swatch of international activity. Based on the freedom of information request. The nsa released a document in two thousand seven that described the formation of the first national cigarette operations center or insomniac in one thousand nine hundred seventy three and according to charles berlin. I hit him on lincoln and the answer me. He's a former in sock director. The innocent kept adding more responsibility to over time. He said that it's secret. Sauce was when the nsa decided to pair offense or cigarette defense or comsec in the same place. Eventually they replaced the word singing in the title with security. In other words it became the national security operations center. Berlin said that when cyber came along years later the toll of michigan came too big to keep in the in sock in the. Nsa created the national cyber threat operations center or the in talk to deal with it. But with the addition of the concept mission these operations centers started to lean toward defensive security on the government side and in the aftermath of the morris worm which was the first destructive internet worm
"ed harris" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"To kill children and kill the children's health program in order to preserve his own will power now. Let me just stop right there. This is a man who says that. Be in pro. Choice is pro. Jesus that you can be jesus and for abortion. Why is he attacking anyone for killing kids. When he himself says killing kids can be pro. Jesus hope is in the. Ed harris is on the loose. The hopes and fears of all the years met in the tonight and so on friday night. The united states senate this sad by a slim majority to pick the packets of the poor the sick the oil and the yet unborn it order to line the pockets of the ultra rich. Don't tell me about gangsters.
"ed harris" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Throw me off I like it I. You know it's not GonNa Phase me at all you know I'm used to that I like an interview to go off the rails. That's that's fine with me here you're not going to trigger me the saying something accidentally offensive. So it's by yeah. Yeah. No, I'm not even worried about that. It's just like sometimes you know I with the hecklers in the crazy people in this stalkers the. Public scares the shit out of me and that's yeah and you never know what to expect at least with the podcast a host you know they're going to kind of talk about your subject. You might get a a question. It has absolutely nothing to do with film with you with anything you gonNA. Have any knowledge base about like I wanNA talk George slight. Basically. Okay. That's okay. I mean I was on a show mother month ago and you know started at nine in the morning on a Saturday and we ended about one fifteen in the afternoon and You know he's about to put out I guess, and it's four hours of me talking a mile a minute about every conceivable subject honestly, very little about film. But you know mostly about my you know the way my mind works is kind of asking questions. I I don't think of it is being phased might be amused. You know the the fact that it'll probably be a video thing you know on the facebook. Will mean that it may be harder for me to hide my bemusement at a at an awkward question although I don't know if it's going to be the audience QNA, or the guy you know moderating it may be passing on a question I don't really know until it happens. I kinda like fantasize about being in that chair with James. Lipton Kinda. Camino questions you know so i. Was a kiss ass wasn't hard right yeah and yeah and it was funny and you Kinda knew what he was going to ask you anyway because if you've seen the show, he basically has the same people saying same questions but it was just If felt like you know being honored by him most of the time that's why I'm hoping you get that experience I mean. Gaming Wayans please talk about blank man and his genius or whatever. The project that you're probably embarrassed about I'm going to praise to the I haven't right. So the what they don't talk about Ed Harris Talk About Milk Money Oh? Yeah. I..
"ed harris" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"Right for like eld. God Yeah and the Synopsis Is the story of a group of Jewish boy scouts who worked with the French. Strange. Who worked the French sisters? Ever Henry Wind right for the worst one ever could be Jewish boy, Scout. God? Let me let me let me start over here. The story of a group of Jewish boy scouts now. With French Resistance to save the lives of ten thousand orphans during World War Two. Honoree I know that's just not true. Everyone own my God. Well. That's terrible, yeah! It does it say the true story of Marcel Marceau Right. Famous mime of all time who when he was sixteen joined the Resistance Herve were start year. Whatever with his brother on cousin and. Floor, Delacour and her sister and saved a bunch of kids. May weren't boy scouts four scouts. God I clements, Posey is like the the like a cornerstone of their low group. So this is wild call. The boy scouts also they were resistant. Soldiers own my God although he was a very famous mime. CanNot with that. Scouts yeah. No. This one I think is going to have a theatrical release, but then it wasn't so excited a you okay. And but it got put on Vod, because of Covid, nineteen gone, and it came out maybe in the last I. Dunno last month. I believe. This one I was again very small, not actually world problems, but in film buds land I was very upset that this one wasn't actually really going to get seen by many people right apparently. I I had heard about it. I didn't know very much I didn't know about. The city knows about boy scouts. I didn't know it was about Jewish boy scouts. I had not heard of this this person at least not directly. Very famous. And that name sounds familiar, but I would not have been able to tell you what he did. If I had heard that name. I would've been like I. Know I know that person. I don't know about him. I didn't know about this, neither did I. Dad. Again Erica relatively big Jewish figure, so we like like Charlie Chaplin. We know who is, but like as a mind, but did not know the he was. Amazing in the boy scout I did not know. Boy Scout he had the record for selling the most popcorn tins of any boy scout of all time. What a what a Guy Oh my God! That pisses me off. Yeah, now if you've listened to the show before. I Love Ward, war, two stories and just over history Jews there you go. So, I was I one thing about world. War Two that I find very interesting. Is the resistance the the Nazi? Bombs. You two large French. Listenership, yes, are are massive French lists nation. I now. The director had he did this boxing film with Edgar. Ramirez called hands of stone which I have not seen. Of You've seen Yeah Oh, cool! That's good well. chloe I guess we go back and forth here. What? What did you think of resistance? Well, let me start with this. Please I am okay. Let me back up. I am the worst until I. Delayed the podcast like twice right and I had to imagine Henry I I'll be honest with everyone right so I have narcolepsy and stuff, and I have bad migraine sometimes because of that stuff. Until I delayed the podcast for for good reason, don't. Worry during that unlike the first day of migraine parade, I watched uncut gems, and that did not help on that background noise. Oh my God. Okay with little acquire whereas I'M GONNA go. With the company love it. Anyway. Not, a plug, but could be. That would be funny actually if we could get a little amazing. But you know masks portent than Seltzer sell. These days. I guess so yeah. He's a really sensitive Spivey, if you all. Avid listeners we thank you, but also you know that I think Henry is just a I, did something to him there. So I, the PODCAST. Vod Henry said we had rented and you have forty eight hours now. It's like this movie was so well. I I was like called up gear. Bear said we got A, we got a pause. Our regularly scheduled TV shows so because I think we should watch this movie. I think you'll really like it, and so I watched it twice Donnie indication. Wow, yeah, I'm also. This is super weird. Dr Strauss. His favorite actors are Jesse Eisenberg and clements Posey. He loves he loves. Posey yeah! Right has she been besides Harry Potter She was in a show called. God the Owen No, she wasn't sure on. Yes, that's right. Okay? I can't I'm sorry, POPPA, but he loves that she's been tons of She was in a my favorite movie. Of all time, not literally so underrated. Give it a shed out Henry. Moore Stevens. Absolutely not come into Posey was not miss. Stevens no now wish to love no, I'm I'm. Literally my favorite movie of all time. The final portrait Oh anyway. She's been in towns of stuff. She's in lots of like masterpiece like BBC's at my dad loves her. She's in everything he likes. And that's like his favourite show. The tunnel or the bridge, or whatever I know, that's sorry. But, yes, so that was a fun little twist, and it really encouraged as we all while not we all know, but as you may recall Henry Ed Harris asked my mom out to that's fun. We've been over this year. Some so, either. You could have had a Pamela Ed Harris marriage or a Khloe in the world of take your pick I would choose I. Know My pick especially not this week. I. Don't know so anyway. But Yeah I mean I think you should go first. Sight.
"ed harris" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Dandridge you don't see rebounds very often when both feet are firmly planted on the ground long three Harris this off to the right ed Harris the rate for six from the art he he never fails to get a lot he's on the warm up there you're right he went work right out on the right side and on the wing he loves that spot out there and he got right to it and you knew Hey lover Karbala that saying go and and he gunned it down for another trouble for the Tigers and so it's not a hair salon in points tonight in twenty four minutes the Tigers went by final ninety seven to fifty five we of the game is presented by Winston insurance for all of your home life and commercial insurance needs Cole Winston insurance today thirteen minutes seven point tonight for rebounds for J. no heart away in late he got in on the three point action man must presently into a for for for for the line today yes that's good to see him do that at that's a very positive thing for now Harris lost the band a struggle out of his own hands the freemen but framing can control bogey tried for the one handed dunk couldn't get it now I also the perimeter there's Jane hardly to add another three the a lot of the day from a that's a lot of tires would get one more easy to find a highlights when hit twelve three pointers my head say what you think about it meant a school record like fifteen there were too far away to get in or around the band there maybe it'll it'll happen before the season's over ninety seven fifty five we're gonna wrap things up in our next segment.
"ed harris" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"We needed to my I know under pressure I feel under pressure dune dot EDU fell under pressure not at all okay four eyes on that I do not have but I you know we'll start feeling pressure because we need something and people are well the only pressure and come up with some ideas tomorrow we want you to report back to I know we all have to come tomorrow with three art ideas remove the screen print that someone would want to buy if someone needs to buy this because we're making a charity okay and the screen print is totally throwing me off so we're gonna make something and then screen it on something that employee for here's here's the way I can only envision it which I know was wrong but member when you would take a potato and your disk slice it in half and you would cut like a two left town you would depend in paint and put it on the paper never did that dampens like stand so you put a stamp in ink of a flower and then you put it on paper Julia the it's bigger than that yeah the extent of my art was seen leave Israel could up crayons maybe that's what we'll do well if that's something that you teachers hero that screen printing what you you know you do a teacher that was gonna drop the we have to the best design is up to us one seven ideas I'm feeling very Jackson so it's going to be abstract yeah if you do it yeah with it Laurie yeah but I mean that's what always when people would say about Jackson by doing go well that's art I could do that yeah but like really could get I mean did you ever see that movie with ed Harris plane no no never did you know that I miss an heiress where is he he shows up in things he was in west row that's right to take a break.
"ed harris" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To emerge from a commercial broadcast network with CBS is the good wife and the creators of that series Robert and Michelle king emigrated to that network sister streaming sites CBS all access to produce a worthy spinoff the good fight. but this season the kings are back on CBS and back with a show that's as smart as the good wife only scarier the show is called evil in premieres Thursday it stars culture harbors a Dutch actress who played the daughter of ed Harris is man in black on HBO's Westworld in evil she plays Kristin Bouchard a single mom with four daughters who works as a forensic psychologist for the New York district attorney's office her job is to assess whether accused murderers are sane enough to stand trial which has her like the FBI profilers of mine hunter talking to serial killers in an effort to better understand them as in this early scene when she questions a defendant named Orson charged with several brutal murders blacked out thirty said. the thing online I think there's three family stead I think you're facing life without the possibility of parole I think if you wanted to help me you could take a short test. save online. these. five hundred sixty seven true false statements. your answers honestly as you can. sure. not going anywhere. true or false I like mechanics magazine. are you serious. I think I'd enjoy working as a library calls. I have diarrhea once or more a month. volts but thanks for asking I like the sound of a woman screaming. for some. Kristin's life changes.
"ed harris" Discussed on Recently Added
"They add this last part that makes them some fucking authority on stuff they haven't seen and it fucking infuriates me because we put in the work in the work. He does the road to that. Shit actually honestly good. The chicks are hot. The acting is it's good show. It's overdubbed. You know what i mean because like the voices aren't really matched very well well. It's not the you watched it up right. Yes yeah. Is that an option to watch subtitled instead yeah yeah. I would never do that either. I did. I put it on forty shows. Exactly it's no accurate when i first put it on it was subtitled with and then like a russian looked at the screen and the voice was russian with some other shit written on it and then <hes> but english was right there. I was like well. Why did you give it to me in russian. Why is that even an amish. I don't want to watch the english yen the the very voice of every dubber who's like i don't know where she went. I also think it's hotter to have the sexy robots murder then the have the sexy robots get raped by ed harris over and over again so i mean it's a little bit more appealing than fast. That first murder happened in here and she's like dad. That's too much and even i'm not been arrested. In the united states no he would have gotten a development deal even when he she killed him i was like did she just kill. 'em smush him up against the light fixture impressive kill then i want blow robot the head out well. That's pretty good. It's certainly you'd have to watch a lotta t._v. Before i say get to this but it's it's pretty enjoyable and if you want to check out the only only russian thing on netflix stick it out yeah yeah they might be doing something with our brains by how you feel about better than us book. Outta here are <hes> twenty-nine unless you wanna work something than taste. We stop yes. I will do anything to newstalk..
"ed harris" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I can't help but when I when I hear this song to think of archer you're in the danger zone well boy I wonder if Tom cruise's new movie maverick Top Gun to basically sure to be the last one probably I wonder if it's in the danger zone the danger of being an iconic americana remake we're not remake but sequel while at the same time being somewhat on American not I played a clip last time the two weeks ago when I first saw the trailer and I played a clip and I misidentified the male actor it came out of my mouth before I can stop myself I said it was somebody else and it actually is ed Harris so here's a clip from the trailer of maverick with ed Harris and Tom Cruise any here some plain action in the middle actually kind of squash the squash out some of the nat sound of the planes because well you can't see him so it's not as exciting when you can't see it but here's a clip from maverick combat.
"ed harris" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"He was around gene Kranz it would no no no this ed Harris played gene Kranz in movies Sam Shepard was it then harasses par for yeah I mean if he was great with yeah with the crew and it looks like a twin that Harris by the way he also played what the hell was his name he played the marine is it worth it in the book girl with them I can't remember his name anyway Michael from queens on the Bernie it's it's a good morning to you Michael Bernard arrives Rachel how you doing I'm doing great with all this talk about the moon I'm just wondering if ever in our lifetime are we ever going to explore your rain is I mean that's appointed to others a go go that is really good this is going to that now what we need as I don't he needs the ball to explore that yeah so right now I'm just trying to Google of with the rock not always with that how he played the dad in the movie and he uses the you know the kids play the kids basketball the slap them around I'll find out the great thing is that the great said to do I thought it was ed Harris all Robert Robert it was fantastic that I read that book first as well then I saw the movie yeah robin to validate the who's a fighter pilot yes he was a flat a fall Robert do Valle very very good yeah but you soon he just said throwing a ball yeah that's right he got mad when he's too busy doing basketball and his kids a big gap there became a big actor anyway read the book the great Santini other Bernie sits Russell's but we'll come right back.
Top Gun: Maverick, hits theatres in 2020
"Maverick is back Tom Cruise showed up at San Diego comic con yesterday to unveil its new trailer for the upcoming sequel to the nineteen eighties classic Top Gun Top Gun maverick will hit theaters and twenty twenty and features cruise reprising his role as Pete maverick Mitchell he's now an instructor at Top Gun and Val Kilmer's back is the ice man the film also stars Jon Hamm ed Harris and Jennifer Connelly next update at nine thirty AM character to stay connected with these anytime at eight fifty EE a field I
"ed harris" Discussed on KOMO
"C.'s decent Nathanson explains to trailers just drop first look at the movie version of the Broadway musical starring Taylor swift Jennifer Hudson Moore and Tom Cruise is back in the pilot's seat the end is inevitable member the card is headed for extinction thank you Sir Sir it's our first top ten to ed Harris there with Tom Cruise cruise surprise indigo comicon without first look Thursday how can two is due out next June Katz is in theaters in December J. Symington's an ABC news Hollywood and a tiny town in Nevada in the desert has become what feels like the center of the universe is people seek aliens Rachel Nevada is swell in the middle of no where population fifty six people the closest town the area fifty one the base long rumored to hold alien remains on the twenty Kanye west is the owner of the little alien it's a motel her phone hasn't stopped ringing for a week since the Facebook craze calling on a mass of people to storm area fifty one overwhelm security on September twenty eighth to see what's on the military base they were interested and another million said that may be coming here force warns illegally entering area fifty one would be dangerous Alex stone ABC news in light of the trending Facebook's a big events to storm area fifty one last week the company to do we like to be the first brand to formally announce it will not be sponsoring the area fifty one raid but earlier this week they added to tweet offering free beer to any alien that makes it out traumatic.
"ed harris" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Go to line one, Ed Harris. I had. Good morning. How are you today? Good. How are you? Doing very well. Except for one thing. A triple toe on the index toe and now it's on both feet. We started about five weeks ago where I was noticing was feeling uncomfortable sort of swelling a little bit, but it would fade away. And so I kind of ignored it. But as of about a week ago, it started turning purple sounds like a certain doctor. I'm sorry. I've seen a doctor, and they they're thinking I got vascular status, and they want me to go on steroids. Forty milligrams a day. For several days, and then reducing the dosage over a period of a week. Do they have they figured out? Why you have the vascular? We've done the blood test. We don't have the results back yet. And also done chest x Ray 'cause I've been concerned with the breathing nutrient. My breathing not being good and thinking, I'm not getting enough oxygen into the blood, and that that might be part of the problem. Again, do they know why potentially the breathing's not good? COPD, and I also have some spots on the longest, okay? Well. One. You could.
"ed harris" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Here's Miller up. The left side at center cranks in in. I two it is hook in the near corner tying up Johnson puts a Boca grabs. We're going to bounce it out. And it does find its way out to Rodriguez at center ice shoots it off off Sergeyeva should say and it deflects down the length of the ice. A good kill for the sabres. Vital few seconds in the penalty goes in with the middle of the center for Gord across the buffalo line, right circle. Gorgeous bumped Jack Eichel takes away. The penalty is up for two in the game in the man advantage shot on this one. Here's wrist aligning around the nearside for equal. Back for the right wing. One. Are scoring the third punch lightning and McDonnell lost the handle robbing it as Skinner kicked out by vast lusty, rebound, go right corner. Jack Eichel high slot for Reinhard shoot. Save made by Celeski pressure here by the sabres after a little bit of a mishandle by the lightning in their own Ed Harris the line and right corner. Eichel strong in that puck Eichel a drop pass. Mrs everyone that comes out of his own pocket is pursuing it as it slides into the buffalo and McCabe is on it. I trying to clear it. Good play. By Ernie batted it out of the air keeps it down low by the buffalo net thirteen twelve left. One the score Eichel long toss. Skinner trying to catch lightning in a change into lighting and left circle knocking down its Cherniak. But he shoots it on net. And did bass lost stop that. Yes. He did. I think going to get a penalty that almost slipped through the pats Celeski. Boy. I didn't see with Turner. Did there? You still from the ice got that shot off and almost score thirteen o five left. One one our score lightning radio. Hey,.
"ed harris" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy
"I would never come home alive. Right. Jimmy never asked me to kill anyone before. And that's when he knew that he wasn't coming back. Yeah. So and then at the end of the film, you get this incredible. This incredible thing it was shocking. When I saw the first time, they break the fourth wall. When he's on the stand at the very end of the film, and the everyone's in the courtroom, and he's just literally pointed his finger at paulie. And at deniro, you know, and and basically condemned them. Yeah. And then he stands up and breaks the fourth wall. And does this direct address to the camera, and you've had this beautiful narration to the whole film? But now it's directly at the camera coming from rail yoting says, and then it was all over. Yeah. Right. Now, I'm just a regular schmuck. And he's living in some tract house. Yeah, he's on the witness protection. I went for I went for marinara oven for spaghetti marinara. I got egg noodles and catch him. Now. I'm just a regular sh- nook threat. He just picks up a newspaper is in his pajamas off that he masterpiece it's one of the greatest films full-time, and yet it's an incredible gangsta crime moose. That's why I say, it's really like three film. Yeah. Because it's got those three distinct chapters. I love them in. I was doing a little research on it. And it said the headline of the, you know, the sometimes you get these terrible terrible trailers that don't really match the film at all. Right. Because the trailers me just to sell the film, right? Yeah. And the trailers like the voice of God, you know, that guy what in the world. Oh, yeah. Mixed with high society that wasn't actually what he said. But you know, the the end of the goodfellas, and then there was a thing underneath it said three generations of gangster something like, and I was like, I'm. Onto something. That's awesome part of the tagline. So that's my number one. That's okay. And I mean goodfellas come on deserves older kudos and all the time. All right. I got a few more hair. We're gonna roll through this. This is another hidden gem to me. I don't know if you've seen that came out in like nineteen Ninety-one, Sean Penn. Gary Oldman incredible in this Ed Harris, Robin Wright Penn this has been she met when Pence cooled state of grace you seen this movie not in a long love this movie. It's it's about cops and robbers Sean Penn is an undercover cop who goes back to his hometown. And it's like again, it's like Philly or Boston thing, and he gets made in this mug with Gary Oldman, and at Harris's his brother and add Harris, the the cool calm collected mob Boston Gary Oldman his bat shit. Crazy. This is like young frenetic. Gary Oldman, like true romance. Yeah. You know, this look like white boy day, you know, that kind of Gary Oldman, I love. This movie so good of very violent such a hidden gem, great mob crime movies to see that. Check on our sure great choice. I had a couple of didn't quite fit that were my like eleven A and B movies. I went ahead. And it's to roll through catch me if you can and midnight run, I love midnight run. I love catch me. So catch me if I can I guess so flimflam it's kind of like a on the border. I yeah. That's why rights like, right? But it's not like a cone movie is con. I love what you. But you're right. We'll kind of fly through it because we talked about these too much midnight run so underrated Disney row, and whose children that's like a buddy movie buddy road film. And he's a what do you call them? Not a man hunter a bounty hunter. He's a bounty hunter did arrow is try counting for the mob. But Dennis Farina is a mob. It's mob. You're totally right midnight run phantasm screenplay of midnight run. If you study it is perfect. Yeah. The structure of that. Film is perfect. I love that movie. So I'm glad you did that one. Okay. I'm going to do a few more his women. Do I'm gonna do two of the topic two of the time. Baby. Driver facing Spacey film. I love I loved it..
"ed harris" Discussed on Double Toasted
"The sun is setting the way football practices set up. It ends about five o'clock, six o'clock. So the Suns already setting anyway, so they probably ran for like a half hour, and that was their only punishment, and they're all guys shape. Anyway. So it wasn't even a real punishment. I loved it supposed to be high school students with the main boys like twenty five years old at least. These kids who she was. Grown as extras. But. Yeah. Trying to run them like all super hard. Whatever radio's just looking off the side. Yeah. No, boys. So are you watching this radio the lighting cockles is heart? It's his mind fucking. Here's your ball watt. Boy. I need to watch that in my head because it'd be fucking great. That radio's just a secret white guy racist, and he is disability to get in trouble doesn't work later in the film. I think he gets acceptance. Vibes planned. But he's. Yeah. White boys. You run for me your run till the sun goes down. Yes. See kinda helping puffing. That's that was me. Hey, grab doing this shit. But you know, that's fine. Okay. Sure. It'll boys star players can't have no offense a tackle. That's why the big wind sprints and he's in better shape. And now he's able to get off the block. But besides all that, you know, you you you kinda get the setup for the big game. Because the big game you have to have one scene in a football movie and a sports movie. I mean, this is generally sports basketball, and you're too, but you know, from being in practice in real life like personally when I played football for I played it for five years only played up to my junior in high school this bullshit. But I didn't like it that much, but you know, it's game time, and I've been the locker room where you go into it. And you get the dramatic speech. I've had varying degrees of dramatic speech. Some really good some were just like all right? We're down by down by fifty points. Got to figure something out. That's okay. Guys, not dramatic game. It's tight you get shirt. All right. I wanna go and knock some heads. But then you're down. Twenty point win this game. No matter how really fast, I don't know. What to can't can't get off the ball fats? But so, you You know. know in honor of the big game. You know, we're doing this not just to make fun of Cuba Gooding junior. But to see a good football movie at least in the interim between the antics. Let's see. And so, you know, every good football story, as we said has that pre-game speech this one here at Harris a coach he's a good coach. He has the thing. I like the assistant coach this isn't coach whoever the actor is he's more like a real coach to me. Good job. He did good had great actually liked him a lot usually don't notice. Good performances. Maybe because there was such a shitty performance to contract the rest of them. But this coaches dope too. But when Ed Harris gives us speech, they really didn't give them anything to work with..
"ed harris" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Jessica laying playing Patsy Kline. It's hard to find. But if you find it watch it, Jessica does a fantastic Patsy Kline. If they came out in eighty five eighty six air, Ed Harris place, Charlie patsies husband. Oh, it's so good in the show at ten hasn't dinner theatre few years ago now, but that was fantastic. What show their Monchy kid has a Patsy Kline show. Right. Yes. Yes. Wow. It's been a little while. But forgot what it's called Patsy because there's one called Patsy. I know the Patsy from the national tour. She's a friend of mine. It's always fine. It's always always. Patsy cline? Always Patsy different. Patsy musicals, really? One of the patsies. Patsy from Patsy. Patsatsi with an exclamation point. Friend was one of the Jordan errors who is was one of the singers. Oh. Now that is fun. I was thinking about you, Don because another show that I'm loving takes place in your neck of the woods. Oh, yeah. And the Ozarks and that is a true detective season three, right? Oh, I haven't watched any of this. I've never watched one episode of true detective I hear I'm supposed to skip the second season. Oh, yes. Okay. Is the season season three now jeeze how does it compare with one or two? It's so good. Have you even started the second episode, and I already like it more than the first one. Oh, wow. Well, we'll see if it makes me happy. But it's good. Oh, I love it can't stop. Well, I had to but I want to mytalkers. If you don't know. So this one this season, again, true detectives and anthology series. So you really don't need to watch season wonder, you really don't need to watch to to to watch this one this one stars rehearsal. Ali Steven Dorf, there's a name from the late ninety s. Yeah. They play. Detectives nineteen eighty investigating the disappearance of two children who went for a bike ride to play at four thirty and never came home. But my goodness. I don't want to say any thing more about the plot. Because the guy that creates it Nick created true. Detective he this story just like season one is so multi layered, so multilayered, I honestly every time I watch a preview for the next week. Or like, they did a whole season long preview of like, you know, this season on whatever watching the images. I don't have a bloody clue where they are going some of the things they flashed I was like what what I eat is. And then this episode lex and mytalkers current episode that a-rod Sunday girl. Girl, girl. Has an ending. It's one of those endings mytalkers where you're like. No. No. No. No. No. Where's all? Can. I watch the next episode right now, it has one of those like when it cuts to black. You're almost pissed you're almost like no whole new all no, no, please. Please. Please, please. Oh, please HBO. Give us one more episode. Yeah. It has to do I need. I'll say one little sentence to all of you there watching the last sequence has to do with that gentleman. That collects Cairns. Oh. Tax. Okay..
Prince Harry, Aretha Franklin and Martin Luther King JR discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"The AG's office hasn't released many details but again are saying that several. People were hit and they are investigating this as a suspicious. Debt town selectmen in state rep abil- con says he knows the. People involved in the incident and that has been
Jon Hamm, Ed Harris & Lewis Pullman Join ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Team
"Where. Are you guys ready for the. Top gun sequel oh yes Val Kilmer Nineteen July, two, thousand nineteen is the release date now they've added. Some more. Talent Jon Hamm Lewis Pullman Ed Harris are going right? Into that. Danger zone Yes. It is now reportedly during the cast. Top, gun maverick the plan sequel of the eighties? Top crew Tom Cruise. Classic. Also joining will be Chicago justices. Monica Berar Barbara will be there as well now do you know what the plot is under she had no clue okay here's, what, is. Going to be it will focus on cruises. Character being an instructor at the. Flight school in, taking, in the Senate of goose under his wing oh Dave you're asking will there be a volleyball. Scene Shirtless oil yes they will just. For. You they, will volleyball seen just for you Well you asked It's going to happen. Just for you there will be an. Extended volleyball scene you get. The director's cut it. Goes, on forever Five minutes Forever we'll Kenny Loggins beyond the soundtrack as. He said he. Was, approached okay Yes we'll see if he can wipe out Poos corner one more. Time
Jon Hamm, Ed Harris & Lewis Pullman Join ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Team
"I have breaking news it's not really breaking but, it is box office breaking we talked about topgun yesterday and I did we start talking about it Friday he's got I, can't remember but no yesterday All right so the sequel is coming Jon Hamm is going to be in it. Mr. madman himself Lewis, Pullman Ed Harris is going to. Go right back into the danger zone he. Was great in that movie at. Harris was, Ed Harris was. He wasn't he He wasn't Tom Skerritt, no not Tom Scott I. Was thinking of the. Other, guy, the ball head guy but no but anyway Ed Harris will fit the part I think I, didn't realize I was watching reruns of cheers last week I did not realize that Ed. Or I'm sorry Tom Skerritt was in tears I forgot about that yeah so but the reason the reason we talked about it yesterday. Is that because they were doing there. They, started filming on? The, USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN for the movie and it's, important to remember I, did note in, the. Article that, they wrote discordant Virginian pilot Lincoln's based on that they they were only filming aircraft. Landing scenes there were no actors or actresses onboard. Oh is. That right yeah would probably. Dropped the Lincoln off the coast and then. You know did. Some, traps etc you know get some calls in so they could film and. And that's what they were doing maybe writes that office is training and that's. Right Did you know there's a little bit of traffic. Walls. There that we don't. Probably, know if, we're. Not navy persons what is that well, it's just they go, do flight. Operations so, that when you see those scenes. Of the aircraft hitting the deck yeah usually they have file. Footage for. Nine do know back in may they started filming, some of the actor and. Actress is seen some. More, intricate, scenes at naval air station north Allen which I called home for three years and living in, San Diego for three years not a bad a bad way to go especially in Coronado. Cruise is gonna come back as Pete maverick Mitchell and Chicago justices Monica bar or Barbro is also on board apparently sequel slated for. July two thousand nineteen there you
Gary, Mark Saltzman and Shannon discussed on Gary and Shannon
"Gary and shannon thursday much stuff still coming up in the one o'clock hour mark saltzman is gonna join us we're gonna do our tech talk about some of the good amazon prime day deals that are coming up early next week how to how to get siri and alexa sorry for those of you who have those devices i just turn them on to understand exactly what you're saying mush mouths oh and then when we get into strange science we will all squirm when we talk about dr pimple popper and the debut episode of michelle sent me a tax last night hey checkout dr pimple popper everyone's talking about it i i went to the channel i lasted twelve seconds maybe she was pulling something out of some guy and i almost loves that show is my daughter and i showed as interested in the medical field right so i show you the picture of when she was at ucla nerd camp and they're talking about health scientists and she she was drilling holes i don't remember what she said relieving pressure on the or something like that of the pig and the neurosurgeon showing her how to do it and she doesn't and i just i i don't know if i would be okay with a table full of dead doctors don't get grossed out by anything and so she's not she will sit there and watch it and when they looks like they're pulling an uncooked chicken breast out of a guys lung i am what else is happening time four what's happening we've been talking about it all morning here on kfi the federal government has reopened its investigation into the murder of emmett till emmett till was the black teenager in mississippi who was killed brutally by two white men because there was a white woman who said that emmett till made a pass at her now those two men were brought up on charges they were acquitted kazaks just how it was back in one thousand nine hundred fifty five but there was a book written a handful of years ago new information in the book and the new information is this the woman who says that emmett till came onto our now admits that she lied now under california law they could get her for second degree murder because she lied which was intentional she realized that there would be natural consequences dangerous to emmett till life by telling her husband that will young black kid hit on her she would know that bad things would happen to emmett till yeah i don't know she knew that he was going to be killed but she knew that he was going to have she's in her eighties now but it'll be interesting it'll be interesting to see what happens yes she's still live with the two guys who did it who are long debt we are going to deep dive into the story coming up tomorrow at ten when we have our true crime super segment we told you yesterday about the story of radolph o rodriguez ninety two year old guy going for daily walk around the block when a woman hits him with a brick of some kind cement brick there were questions about whether there was a a little girl walking with this woman and maybe rodolfo had accidentally bumped into her brushed her and he says no no that's not the case at all she just pushed me down and started attacking me ninety two year old guy with left with blood all over his face and it's going to take some time for him to recover they set up a gofundme page for him they were they had a goal of fifteen thousand dollars they've raised three hundred and ten thousand dollars so far it'll be fine the emmys were announced this morning there are some familiar contenders game of thrones of course back lebanon nations with twenty two but netflix two hundred or non sorry one hundred twelve nominations what i my favorite of course as westworld alexa ed o'neill hand i'm sorry ed harris not at o'neil not not what's his name bundy ed harris and jeffrey wright both got nominated for westworld as did of course evan rachel would you know what it was a blind spot for me jessica biel is nominated for outstanding lead actress i never i did not know she was in something recently and she was in a.