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"ed norton" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"River by ed Norton then that and then and then then then then then then then we had so much fun less crest night when the the honeymoon apologize guys came in right Louise facts and joke kind of being really good night we get them back in again right now playing jerseys opening lines give the opening line of a song we play every weekend the new Jersey won a one point five when the music comes out to play or he had those gonna write them two tickets you know was going slow can I jump on I give you the easy ones how to sail we do all those things like a sale right you call me like in the next couple of minutes and I'll give you the easiest for him questions of course that's how easy I will make you feel you will end up going to a comedy show in the I like it and so Jumba jerseys opening lines give the opening line of a song we play every week and then you know what the songs you plan a weekend now we change musical little bit I like it because I just well I I just believe it's like you know music with attitude you know I mean if music could have attitude it would be on the weekends on the Jersey won a one point five when you look at the songs in here especially when you hear him together the only driving around on the weekends in here the way they presented really really well done thoughts on Friday netted seven would be job he goes right through till five o'clock in the morning on Monday with first Jersey news and yeah you be Joe on the weekends here mega tell you jokes and he's going to give you songs so that you can go out and see comedy shows that two different shows we got Jim Florentine di Jamison parks casino Wednesday March the fourth and the we gotta catch a rising star any Friday night in the month of March in Toms River we have carry on New Jersey one a one point five it's up Gary Hey how we doing today doing good how bout you not bad not bad right you fan of comedy well I sure absolutely who's your favorite comedian it develops out of big D. potato yeah Davido and we don't have to go through that but he's still very funny that's all right all right what is your category now seventies or eighties I will try to seventies all right seven dis here we go just a castaway island lost at sea most let's see I don't have a clue.
Edward Norton to testify over fatal fire on the set of 'Motherless Brooklyn'
"Lawsuits stemming from that fatal fire on the set of ed Norton's movie motherless Brooklyn back in March of last year are gearing up for the new year the fight club star was shooting the film on Saint Nicholas Avenue in flames erupted in a blaze that killed firefighter Michael Davidson his widow and five displaced tenants shooed Norton's production company class five as well as the building's landlord blaming negligence well new court papers show that Norton who was at the scene of the fire is going to be testifying February twentieth meanwhile he's filed his own suit against the owner of the building where the movie was being made alleging failure to maintain the boiler the sprinkler systems smoke and carbon monoxide detectors and to fix electrical hazards
A Look At The Latest Movies In Theaters
"Movies tonight's premiere a lot of really interesting movies premiering tonight including the latest in the terminator series in the first movie that James Cameron's been involved in in a bit joining us now to talk about terminator dark fate and a few others is sorry bunch Washington post center stage contributor and movie critic joining us here in the here who have program said bunch good to talk to you about friends here in Cleveland how are I'm great Bob I'm great it is it is kind of a weird weekend at the at the movies you've got you've got a couple of pseudo award hi quite releases coming out this weekend you've got motherless Brooklyn right which is the ad Norton new are about life in New York City in the in you know thanks Vera it it is that the the problem with this movie is that it is the features as Norton doing that very ed Norton the actor leaf thing you know if you've seen the trailer a hundred times and I have a you know that this is you know that this is going to be which he you know kind of should the shuddering map and then you also have which is the story of Harriet Tubman I let me see if I may so he let me ask you a bit more about motherless Brooklyn because I am an Edward Norton fan and I'm I mean going going back to the illusionist I mean it I mean virtually all of the twenty fifth hour is that the kind of thing you're talking about when you see a typical Edward Norton type of it is a very it's a very after the manner performance yeah he's doing he's doing if he played a character who has as a mental disorder if they it's kind of a rain man white hi situation and you know it it it depends on how much patience you have for that like I it again my my my big complaint here is that the movie is two and a half hours long and the this is the an ad that somebody with limited patient it's hard to do that and so and there's also Herriot which unfortunately I I miss that my my child had the flu so I was not able to get the the the press screening of that but I'm I'm pretty interested in it in part because it makes Hardman look like a walking talking poster for the the the second amendment as she's you know she she has the arm up there she can head back south and and free the slaves I I I I am looking for that I have not actually seen it's like yeah I can't say one way or the other if it is they recommend or not recommend other terminator dark fate is is the big movie out this week of opening wide on you know four thousand three and is the first James Cameron involves terminator then in the the second one then he turned right back yeah and it is also a direct sequel to teach here this is one thing that people are fans if if there are fans out there who have obsessively watched all of the terminator movies you know terminator three terminator salvation terminator Genisys that that there are Connor chronicle this kind of gets all of that the the the with all of that out of existence and it's just the straight world two terminator two which that's great news that's great news because I I'm one of those who skipped all of those sorry I I I I don't know why the genesis and the others did not grab me because I was a huge terminator fan of the first two and I missed all the rest so I kind of thought I can't go see this I will have missed so much so you're saying that matter does not matter if you if you've seen terminator wanted terminator two you're all caught up I think I think most people have just seen terminator one in terminator three honestly I I have a soft spot for I thought it was interesting and there's something kind of different with the with the with the franchise the terminator dark fate starters there were it features the return of Linda Hamilton affair Connor she is back in trying to save a a young girl who lived in Mexico for being a what being wiped out by the terminator that is kind of a mix of the the terminators from the first two movies that if the if gotta act endoskeleton you know the metal and a skeleton with the metal liquid liquid metal poly alloy him make a kind of separate itself the can in separate itself into two sermon acres wow it's not just one and can I come in gonna coming hello and thank you and also a defining this girl is at a argument human I play by mackenzie Davis who who is the is the interesting actress she was on the halt and catch fire the prestige internet TV are you know prestige SL on AMC about the the ride the use a mac whatever Bubba around the figure out so the bunch though about terminator dark fate is is at his age he doesn't look like in cannot be the terminator of the past what role does Arnold play in his terminator by a persona in this thing sure well I I I don't want to spoil too much but but Arnold is also back he he will be back he is back and he is playing a terminator that has that came back from from the past and have kind of that'll that'll down almost the he has he has a family and I I'm not joking not a joke you have a family and his family is a family of five plus I mean I I get was it too much okay bye I got too much it is it is interesting you know there's there's there's a whole gender studies dissertation the written about the evolution of the terminator through through the years you know the in the four and like the role of masculinity in society or something as in the first movie right he's just as big Bob naked that you'd write me right goes around killing people and you know he is very of what product any you know and then in the second movie he had you have to learn to feel any you know he he gave he did he get them humor and you get them on personality and then in this movie he is again almost domesticated and it's very strange to her watch he that play out on screen it's not bad exactly if it's just strange I don't know I mean but the problem with this movie is that it totally fine but nothing more than that and if you if you want to revisit this world and you want to do it with James Cameron I think you need something a little more than fine but I also don't know that there's there's that much more you can do with the terminator movies right if it's a movie about you know sending a robot back into the past to kill somebody who is important to humanity future and you can only do that so many times with the before before the well really run right right well yeah I I just I think it I I think you could I I I I can't I can't give us a strong recommend in the sense that I don't think it's a much the gotta you gotta get out there you're gonna be wowed by it but it's it's okay it's fine you won't hate it if if mediocre we're not gonna see Arnold on skis jumping over cage shark though you're here you're telling me it's it's it's a less okay I feel like that sounds may have jumped the shark when you told me there's a terminator family I don't know how that's going to play out they said the only ask you one other question also opening this weekend I'm AT and if you've seen it or not but I'm interested just because of the heavy weights involved deniro has taken on a break from bashing Donald Trump and decided to make a movie here with Pacino and with the ray Romano as well it's the Irishman the Jimmy Hoffa another Jimmy Hoffa a vehicle here any thoughts on that one well I actually see that this morning there's a press screening the hot so I I do not have any thought Jeff yeah I I I don't be is it actually out in theaters now is that I had seen the ingleses opens today now so that yeah yeah yes so it is it okay after this is a necklace release it is going to be playing limited in a few theaters around the country it is a and I I just looked it up it is playing in DC so I I see it in a couple hours I will let you get back and let everybody know how good it is next week I yeah but it is it is out in a limited run in theaters right now mostly landmark they think and then it's going to be on Netflix on I think the fifteenth but let me I I will I will I I saw I saw the promotion for the movie yesterday on I don't know if it was the today show for what it was but but I did see here in interview no one today but anyway I did see an interview with the three of them and you know anytime you see anytime you see deniro and Pacino get together on screen which they have done numerous times it's it's huge it's you know either the chemistry is always perfect and and and it's always it the question is about the story which you'll find out later this morning but I'm also curious to see whether or not Robert de Niro's brand has been damaged or diminished at all because of his you know is this political career now seems to be as important to him is that his acting career and some people love his you know outside interests bashing Donald Trump and some people really resent it'll be interesting to see how audiences respond yeah so it it's on that puts on November twenty seventh in theaters now it in a few theaters now Hampel theaters now and then they'll be on Netflix starting November twenty seventh you know it's interesting because I I it'll be it'll be hard to judge exactly what what the response to this movie is because Netflix doesn't release any actual data you know they they don't release box office data they don't release of the data who actually watch it the movie and how much of it so it's hard it's hard to say if audiences will you know will stay away from that new models sorry is this a new model big you're right I mean it's Netflix produced and I think I saw on exposures today it's a hundred sixty million dollar budget so it's a massive budget movie if I saw that correctly in its Netflix and they are going to put it on Netflix but it's going to have a limited run in theaters is that a new model I don't I don't recall that being a very common thing if it's Netflix for them to put it in the mix we asked for a while they do it they do it for the they do it for you know doctors even type movie the the awards contenders because in order to qualify for the Oscars you have to have a theatrical run in in at least New York and Los Angeles or you know one week or two weeks it if if the thing so they they expand that a little bit and do you know Chicago the others but it is it is not a it is not the standard necklace really followed not the first time they've done that they did that last year for Roma and some of their other movies ballad about their Scruggs and and a couple others and they've they've done it a couple times this year but it is it's very it's very strange because the because of the way they work the major theater chains that want to work with them they have to do the right in the route well I'll tell you what Sonny it's a really interesting mix there's terminator if you're a fan of the series of special the first to go to that one if you can stand two and a half hours of jittery go see motherless Brooklyn and we'll find out next week what you thought of the Irishman sunny bunch Washington Post movie critic 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"ed norton" Discussed on The Frame
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"ed norton" Discussed on The Frame
"They do what they do and about how their art is shaped by the wider world later even the actor burst onto the scene in one thousand nine hundred ninety six with a chilling performance get something wrong with me that's the first thing to know investigator named Lionel and he's got Herat's only it's the nineteen call him freak show you know it seems less discordant with what I would call modern sensitivities creation and loneliness within his affliction the novel upon seen now as it been fits and starts has it been a little inaccurate only because we the book I got the rights to the book I was very very compelled you at least a year and it proved to be even longer and then I directed the fifty s and mashing it up with this sort of social history of New York in the fifties I was scared to address it for a while so I put it away for a few years and didn't we needed to figure out in a sense of plotting sense as you introduce a villain his character's name Moses Randolph but it feels like it's really clear my character is illiterate area amalgam of Robert is is kind of this kind of a hidden imperial autocrat the power is feeling knowing that you can do whatever you want and if I want to build highways while the rest of the country is broke up punch to any damn neighborhood of of a place and how it came to be what it is I think Nawar the history of what of what happened under Robert Moses Authority a work of fiction but it's placed in a historical context that was true about what was happening to Lionel who is helping this group of people who are African American not you do what they needed to do on their own well actually I'd I'd count that the murder of his mentor and I think that for a long way when he's trying to figure orl- actors they're Gu's character is a black lawyer Oh they are in in a way the moral center of it Lionel is actually fairly she is a person who is not wallowing in her own travails as an African American what I would call you know get off the fence kind of an action I'd actually but notice says the house will be condemned it's not true but that's scares out about half and they sell for really is a small slammer for the slum Lords Bailey a what you're one of those things for just it's a relevant conversation because it's not a it's not a metaphor statement to in New York like lower bridges that they make the height of bridges such that is and then built slums you know you kind of want to sometimes look at these Thom Yorke Song called daily battles and what it gave you in telling the.
"ed norton" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Are your radio cuddle party. Oh my God. Could you imagine a bearded guy in a cookie monster onesie starting to sob on you while you're spooning? You. Right now, I'm reminded that scene with Ed Norton and Meatloaf. Club. Number ten this goes to to. I'm sure the the the video portion of it respect people's privacy when sharing about cuddle party. So we don't what happens at the party stays party rule. Number rule number. Drool number ten, you don't talk about cuddle partner and talk about it. Number eleven. Yeah. We keep keep the cuddle space. Tidy then that's just. Cuddle courtesy. That's right right there pick up your cookie monster onesie out. And if you leave little if you're if you're onesie tends to shed clean up your clean up your fuzz. According to the certified educator who turned to see well, they were a sex educator who turned to cuddling in twenty eleven people who we want. That's a. Eight. You want me to read it? No. Yeah. You can do that. I was fine with it. I was just wondering how they went from a certified educator of of that to to cuddling just seems like a weird. Well, it's about it's about intimacy. Okay. And that's what it really is party. The whole thing with the cuddle party is is you want the intimacy, but you don't want it to be sexual. You want the intimacy of of of human contact, but you're not looking for any sort of sexual gratification out of it. And and that's what that's what the the the instructor says or the actually the cuddle party facilitators says here people who come to cuddle parties with the idea that they're going to get sexual gratification. They filtered themselves out because they realized quickly that that is not what they're getting here. Yeah. And if you go to a cuddle party you you'll never get sexual gratification. That's the I have a feeling that people who are who are receiving plenty of sexual gratification. Never feel the need to go to cuddle party. Here's a question. I probably shouldn't ask. But it just occurred. What are they cut lawn? What is it just like a bare floor? Lavar. Do they have like a wrestling? Mat. Mattress. Feeling there's a lot of beanbags involved here. Cookie monster onesies. Cuddle parties are structured into several parts often which begin with guests mingling over snacks before segue into an informal portion or the rules are outlined. Imagine you have to choose your order carefully cuddle part. Yeah. You don't want to. Handing out the minutes. Yeah. You don't want onions and bar cheese. Wants everyone has been properly in form to introduce the guests. Get busy cuddling the cuddle area consists of two large go to large airbeds a food taught in a large couch. You go by apartment. It's the bachelor. Tim. I know you are a very successful stand up comedian, and you've been even you've been doing this very long time. You know, people couldn't see the the air quotes there when you said that. Doing nothing with his fingers. A stand up comedian. But did you know, you can if you ever wanted to change careers? I don't know how this compares to to to what you earn as a comedian. But professional cuddle lists can make up to one hundred dollars an hour..
"ed norton" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"His dad was eighty mom was I think seventy six or seventy seven and he asked for their assistance. We don't know exactly what he told his parents are how much trouble he was in. But they assisted him. And so today, and then he, of course, got convicted of murder, and is is going away for the rest of his life. But today, they convicted the parents eighty three year old CLYDE read seventy nine year old Fareed. They. Got sentenced to misdemeanor charge of obstructing law enforcement, and they got ten days in jail. I think in part because of their age, and what they did is they gave their son their car. So the son showed up after this murder. So that he needed a vehicle needed to get out of the way. And again, we don't know exactly what they told what he told their parents. They're like sure take the car. So he took the car, and then he fled. And so they got convicted in that. And so my question to both of you is what what what would your threshold be? The parents knew that the kid committed. I don't know if they knew that he knew candy. Maybe someone can Texas on that. If they knew I don't know what he told them. But he it was clear that he was in trouble. There was clear that he desperately needed the car quickly in they gave him the car. And so I I got to thinking about this. If it was a friend of mine like if it was dawn, and he showed up at my house and was like, hey, man. I'm in trouble. Can you help me with X Y Z? I probably would help him. Now, if I knew that he killed somebody obviously not. But if it was like, I got in a fight or I stole something or man, I'm in big trouble. Can you help me most likely I would help them. This has got to be more difficult. If it's your child your child shows up out of the blue in need your help. Is there a line where you're like? My six year old my four year old. I mean, these are questions that I need to know. More likely to get health than the other. I'm saying older like if they're teenagers or even in their twenties. Is there a line where you say you have to tell me exactly what you did before I'm going to render help or would you just say I'm going to help you in? And we'll figure this out. I would like to think I'm not going to raise a serial killer right to think that you'd like to think that it's the work you're doing now because of our kids are fairly young. Prevent us having to deal with that their neighbors are not going to be the ones on the news thing. He was such a nice guy. I'd like to think that right? Let's say they're older and they're adults. Because in this scenario, they were adults. So let's say my adult comes to me and says, hey, I'm in trouble. It's bad any cash to get to Mexico. Let's just say that's what I need the car. I would ask so many questions, and I gotta go. I gotta go. I gotta go right now. The more intense they are on. They gotta go. The more. I resist probably given. It's my kids. Do you ever see twenty fifth hour is one of my favorite movies? Honestly, if you haven't seen twenty fifth hour with Ed Norton and Brian Cox. He's a Neo Nazi not at all. That's American history. Harrison, which is also a great chance. It's Spike Lee movie twenty fifth hour, and I don't think I'm spoiling an 'cause it came out like two thousand and two. So like, the ideas, and Ed Norton is a is a drug dealer who's been busted. And he's got twenty four hours before he's going to go to jail. What he does this last twenty four hours is right after the September eleventh. Actually, it's the one of the first movies that showed New York after September eleven it is brilliant. I watch it every time it was on TV. It's is one of the only times there have been a theater and people stood up and cheered when it was over. But the end of it puts Brian Cox's father in this in this bind where he's driving his kid to prison, and he's got to go drop them off. And he's telling them like, hey, what if you didn't go? What if instead, you take the car, and you go do this and share I'll help you? And this is how you'll escape and goes kind of all through the whole thing, and they can leave it unresolved as to exactly what he's going to do. But I I've always like how could you not offer? I have some maybe murder is the one time. Sure. Like, how do you not like, hey, we'll figure it out later bring it back for the reads, especially when you overlay their age because how old are they he was about eighty at the time and was maybe seventy six so they're getting up there in their son. Just I don't know you could be very pushy can be very aggressive. We don't know their dynamic. I find that endlessly fascinating. Because there would be crimes that I would overlook if it was someone I really cared about. And they and it was robbery I probably would help them just being honest. I wouldn't go on calling the police because you stole something. I would probably go. What are you thinking? That's a stupid thing to do. I don't want you to go to jail though. Can we figure this out like let me help you? And then we'll return it or we'll go pay him back or have you stole a car. Like, maybe we can figure out a way to make this right without having you be arrested murder, of course, clearly crosses the threshold. But there's a lot of crimes that I think most people with their child would say, I don't want to call the. Cops. What you did is wrong. But I wanna help you before. I wanna get you arrested. You may think that, but when you're a parent you never stopped being apparent. So you would call the police before you would help them. I would call the police in a form of helping them really pending on what they had done even if it was just theft. Mom, I still a car got away from some sort of my brother was thirteen years old stole chew at the black diamond grocery store. Everyone knows this story. So I'm totally fine. My mom drug him found it drug him back to the store made him tell the manager and said if you don't tell the manager and offer to work here for free for the entire summer stocking shelves going right down the street, and we're going to tell the police. Police in my parents to I still can so Brock's candy from biglou Wrigley. But he said. What do you want me to do? Okay. And the manager said are stolen stock. Thirty five. My mom didn't do anything. A grand theft auto is not a problem, isn't it was their car. All right. It's an interesting question, isn't it, Tracy? Yeah. This is a very interesting. Mike the ten I think the judge ROY. Okay. Ten days in jail. But now, they're felons. Six of them for whether eighty three in seventy nine. So that's there forever is less than are forever. But still it's still there. Let's get you got him on the cars by Michael's Toyota Bellevue. We're going to be taking your tax here in a second. 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"ed norton" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"It's really effective and he's voicing over the first ten minutes of the movie. Basically, I've one quibble and I'm gonna go into right now. That final hand between him and KGB and the opening scene, Mike meet these hold nays nine KGB you, of course, we know is holding NASA's. The board comes down. I think it's ace nine, eight. And then another eight comes or excuse me. Another nine comes given, Mike, his his full boat also giving KGB his boat, and then there's a rag on the river. KGB is so sure of himself that he's one that he just shows Mike, his aces drops the cards on the table and walks away, but there's a chance the might be could have been holding pocket nines, giving him four nines beating KGB's boat. I've never heard anybody talk about this. This is the opening scene, how, how, how did KGB he was so sure that his boat was better than Mike meet these boat, but he might be could have had. It's just one of those very random card things. You should have saved this for picking it. And I just I can't get it out of my head since this happened. It's like if might we had four nine then what happens? KGB like come back to the table and it's awkward just that's the only thing about the movie that really bugs me. He just looked at his face might be face. Yes, he's devastated. Yeah. He read says, Acis. He doesn't need to see anything else. He read his face. That's what I thought. Yeah. I guess I would still want to see the cars. My favorite scene. The most rewatch -able scene for me is Gretchen MOl moves out of the apartment. You're not, but not the moving out part just when when they get to that the apartment, all the stuffs gone Ed Norton does the woman or the fucking rake speech. And then Mike, these wheels are turning leading to fuck it. Let's go, let's play some fucking cards. The music against me. So fired up. It's great. It's almost like a sports movie scene. That's my favorite scene. I love all these things. What's age? The best. I don't know if this is the greatest opening line in movie history, but it certainly one of the most memorable I Don. I would like to see that list. What's the greatest opening line in the history of move is the first line of this movie is listen. Here's the thing. If you can't spot the sucker in your first half hour at the table, then you are the sucker squawking great way to open a movie so good. I don't know what it what is the best opening line in the history of movies she, that's that list has to exist on the internet somewhere. I don't know. That's a really good, good one. Maybe they descends like a column you can work on your vacation. Thanks Bill. Another thing. That's what's age the best. And so again, the categories what's age the best. So as the years go on, how has that helped this movie?.
"ed norton" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Seven are getting to passes to party with us in sonoma's this is at the fairmont anoma mission in and spa where we are going to go crazy on wednesday night we'll be recovering thursday morning as we do a live broadcast yet to be over twenty one to win these tickets these are some of the final passes for our lives secret show that we're doing on wednesday night followed by an incredible pool party complete with the monterey bay aquarium floaty race will have mermaids we'll have karaoke we'll have during we'll have fun it's gonna be amazed is going to be amazed videon i'll be retiring in about eight pm so that we can get up early johny though i didn't sleep at all last night but i sub so much this vacation that i felt fine yeah mike you know what i am so caught up on sleep get back in you know i missed you guys it's funny because the people i debrief with every single day and just even this morning i was like ooh this feels right this minute i know at four in the morning but this feels right well this is our time definitely didn't stick to my normal i try to stay on i know you're actually using regiment i've been her twelve i y of like i don't know what i saw i started i looked up online to see what these superhero movies order is yeah and so the first ones like the super friends ones or whatever the whatever the is it marvel marvel i don't know he's on this show it's marvel marvel so i watch iron man one nine men to and then i started the hulk and we didn't quite finish that one but that's the one with ed norton apparently isn't the story that they threw him out because he was too difficult and now the hulk is played by someone else not garoppolo is that the guy's name mark ruffalo mark ruffalo so anyway that's three in in the order by which these these movies are apparently supposed to be seen hey if you were going to bed so late what time were you waking up were you able to sleep i.
"ed norton" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"I'm gonna love you ready to play the ron tomatoes game yeah ready you've been briefed you get it we're going to ask morrow this boxer says you've been briefed we're gonna roll lock in our answers and then we'll our numbers and then we'll ask you and we're back to critics not top critics audience just critics underpants themed here we go the game fits all right so in past games we have run through conic female underwear scenes but now it's time to spice things up we're exploring the bulges and bruns of men in cinema could've been talked tightened with the amazing products from tommy john thrills was brian absolutely first movie ed norton gets down to briefs no no hold on who discrepancy controversy checkups there's michael keaton gets down to mean reefs and this one but we're more concerned with his beak on display featuring long takes of washed up actor starring in his own broadway play twenty fourteenth birdman right now this is keaton's cranston ask in that it doesn't look like a bodybuilder looks sharpen his tidy whitey's shape for older gentleman now call water gentlemen i this is one of those movies that i just sort of agreed was good and then never wanted to see again but you did see it i did i don't really get the ending and it wasn't quite sure what was going on but it was like it was to me this movie is like when you're going through vegas and you pop your head in showroom any see that that brother team from stewed guard who are doing the weird muscle contortion thing where the the one guys doing a handstand on the other guys hands who's now lifting them up in the air and you think that's impressive and then you leave yeah like i couldn't do that that's impressive now i'm gonna go over here i've seen the way i felt about this movie although i recognize it is a good movie yeah.
"ed norton" Discussed on KGO 810
"I i don't even watch the other two but i will watch the second half of the first one just because i think it's really good filmmaking and it's you know and and and of course you know the whole thing about the matrix obviously there's books written on you know the idea of what's reality what's not and how we view it and all that anyway i so let me give you my listen i get your take on this paul phil welcome to jump jump in as well empire strikes back i think i i got to put that on list because that was the one that i've really resonated with me it made me i the first star wars was okay but empire strikes back i really dug now is it aliens by jim cameron you know it's not the first one aliens with the sigourney weaver coming back to rescue and and i thought that was a great movie i'm not a great move a really good movie and all my shortlist yeah i liked it a lot i bet nobody thought of this one because it is technically a sequel silence of the lambs it came after manhunter which was the one that red dragon was based on later on done by ed norton but originally the first movie about hannibal lecter in and its sequel sequential to with thomas harris's books with a a movie called manhunter which stars that that hannibal lecter characters in there in fact he stabs him and goes to jail in that movie and we join him later and so it's technically a sequel and i think that's actually the best sequel of all these so of science well let me interrupt you really quick i would agree that that's the best sequel if it falls under the category of sequel here's why i don't think it falls under the category sequel when it came out nobody ever said whoa they're making a second thing so the red dragon or no critics ever mentioned red dragon and it may be a couple so i don't think if anybody else considers it a sequel you can't red dragon the one you're thinking of with that came out after silence of the lambs but the phone call manhunter came out before so technically sequel a sequel movie.
"ed norton" Discussed on The Film Vault
"You kind of flick fest last week this is wes anderson's new one i was shocked to see you hadn't seen it why because it was it feels up your alley it's in the spirit of fantastic mr fox which both liked dogs we both like you more than me but i'm not going to be like you know boyle boy dog movie also told you last week i liked the anderson worshipers right come in and then rid their bill for instance and then move on because i don't like to be in the when they're in their chuckling at every guy so i love i love dogs i liked this twenty eighteen rendering of our anderson yes all the the long long long brian cray added bryan cranston got ed norton in there service to if you've not seen this yet to figure out who the some of the voice actors are they're bugging yourself turned on his voice's it wasn't he was the murray's in their juggle bloom harvey telephone out of place for you kind of a place for me no it was fine okay i didn't mind it francis dorm plays one of the few humans in the movie greta gerwig as is in it as well scarlett johansson being or sexy self and like reiner you mentioned harvey tell this movie is one of my favorite wes anderson movies i've seen that doesn't see a ton because of you many of you know i feel about the old west anderson over there talented filmmaker but fatigue sets in quick fatigue does set in and what's funny is that all of his movies have this dipping point for me and i don't know if this is something that happens solely so here's the story line i think most of you probably are but if you're on the fence about this i was telling my mom my mom's gonna come up quite a bit in this episode.
"ed norton" Discussed on 710 WOR
"There and the seven million dollar lawsuit the tenant says that there was highly flammable equipped in the basement of a house will see where this lawsuit goes so far nothing has been determined nothing has linked up the equipment to the starting of the fire some people are saying it could have been a boiler or something like that so i don't know it sounds to me that there's a lawyer out there you betcha who sees a big fat hollywood target out there let's go after let's go after ed norton and try to shake him down for some money someone else picking on on the left it works panels is in hollywood and rounding out our big three de blasio and cuomo are added again these two guys absolutely cannot stand the sight of each other out of nowhere yesterday governor cuomo says well you know that those allegations that mister sing out there in long island funneled some illegal campaign money to the blasios and de blasio said no investigated cleared of the charges cuomo says he should have been charged it should have been charged that's a direct punch in the nose semester mayor i'm davis i'm not so sure he just making the rounds where he's grandstanding is usually just comes out with this i don't know that seems kind of inappropriate to me well what's behind it i think is he cuomo is furious that de blasio has urged and is supporting cynthia to run against cuomo in the democratic primary so why does the blah's come out and say that there should be charges against him it's still early in the day i'm sure today's going to come out he's going to say what cuomo's got his coco friend and he also has this project in buffalo that's been under examination he also shut down the moreland commission.
"ed norton" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The inevitable the other she'll yeah there's a lawsuit we've got the lawsuit now so one of the tenants in that building up in harlem which was seven seventythree saint nicholas avenue erica gruz has is suing ed norton's production company he was making motherless in brooklyn i think is the name of the movie there and she is now suing ed norton's production company for seven million dollars claiming that on the set of the movie there was highly flammable equipment in the basement where the blaze is believed to have started now i'm not a lawyer but of course there's highly flammable equipment on a movie set they have big lights they've got cables they've got generators they have the kraft food truck they have all sorts of things that are flammable so i don't understand what the point of this suit is the no one has determined if anything of that equipment if anything from that movie set started the fire that's a great point just if the equipment's they're they're making movie of course they're going to have movie equipment they're oh you made a great point there i mean they haven't even terminal caused the fire and someone suing already i will obviously there's so well you're appear apso chaser jumping in and taking advantage of this horrific situation naturally all right let's get to the six thirty news with joe bartlett already michael and land authorities searching for a detainee who escaped the custody of immigration ficials last night this unidentified man was being transferred terminal four at kennedy airport going from one flight to another somehow eluded officials they took his hand coughs off then he gets into a taxi and bumps gone who was he houdini well i don't know he's he's a pretty good at escaping anyway but they do describe him as a violent deportee and he has previously been arrested on weapons charges so be careful he's out there president trump still quiet after porn stars stormy daniels claimed that they had a one night stand the white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders asked about it of course yesterday and says the president is already denied the allegation just because you guys continue to ask the same question.
"ed norton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The muccino's which yamashina ally and fifty pounds yeah the prestige he wasn't there there will be blood that was daniel daylewis right the fighter whose great in the day was going to collaborate in the few made them yeah he was great in the fighter him a con a flat dragons at a move you guys ever see that well he added dragon slayer at my this is robert downey junior i was thinking back on bob donna junior his okay so hot guy draft but great great acting hot guy nor hot acting goodlooking god herself the my it was one on one round only i had at norton on my last keep an eye on my short list at norton but where do they go on nice time yet had an ed norton movie i remember we had him on when he was running in the new york city marathon it's always fun when you have somebody only who has no idea who they are talking and he wasn't promoting a movie who's promoting those running running a marathon i said knit yeah hey ignored norge running a marathon see if he wants a choice of fruits he goes yeah he says he wants come on and talk about running the marathon don thanks for having me nuts thank you yeah i don i like when you do those nicknames when you go back back backed by back all right well thank you at i appreciate you joining us christian kentucky hey chris witty how for me today homes appreciate the taking my call sure this might be a bit of the stretch but i was thinking will smith okay i had great run he was yeah he had a great run and he showed some range from the fresh prints all the way to the football movie the concussion so i was thinking maybe wilson it all right and i don't know if there's any wrong answers you're thank you so um no i'm fine with her is this in arizona i feel how big good sir o one they make the list that i was thinking nuts um tom cruise okay tom cruise's obvious it has a long and successful careers got tons of money and he's done everything from rich business to top gun playing a insane person collateral so he's shown a little bit of rain gt a great actor i.
"ed norton" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Alcohol they're making a connection that you know because it's socially acceptable but it's if we wanna case early logged a slice of a drink rail it ends and a lot of times it is it's after the case in as in on you know they're they're about to go home they poor a drink that they wanna case a poor drink they lose the case the poor drink but sometimes i uh what was the um oh the movie um richard gere uh ed norton and alfred woodard was the judge and she pours two drinks and and richard gere's the attorney i'll y'all's all all as well yeah yeah primal fear primal fear the one that should have won the that at norton should have won the the uh the academy award equalled ademi award nigeria instead of what's his name for jerry maguire right the the exact edna yet at one that you're right instead of a cuba gooding on cuba gooding jr right the um but every woodard the judge you know she porsches the drinks and you know the the character portrayed by by um richard gere down no thanks she she cakes is poors at unheard last you know and i'm just they could i am i wrong at seriously because you know some of the things that we have said you know about the cold sure that we grew up in in what is acceptable there is a part of me and then some so glad you said at first it said are we completely in some type of sheltered bobble right and have always ban yeah because he just you know when we talk about the fact will know that that kind of behavior or if if the boss had sex toys in his desk in everybody knew it i i just e e i'm i'm thinking back.
"ed norton" Discussed on WGN Radio
"My head so i will go with your your subcategory hearing movie that i know allow people hate but makes me laugh every time is debt to smoothie law god i know you hate that move and you as worldwide the total yeah and we can tie in an earlier tabback when my favorite alltime movie winds was when ed norton said when other kids are playing cowboys and indians i was the chinese railroad worker and just like that that people who have not seen a film kinda gives you an idea of what the owing on this film and directed by danny devito i remember we saw that i'm in college and just were guy laughing on a friday night it was a good friday actually carrying easter and yeah it was just a nato uh uh your boss shocking laid off as morell though edward and gives a great performance in the film and there's just so money funny things it oh yeah i i called back to whenever like there's a it somebody were in a restaurant and somebody class for some reason i just start clapping along just to wipe out there saturday but i always must be the scene where he shows up at a party not be it's a big celebration it is up to be but to nazis you know and he's had this big prove he clashed with it's so foty while i don't remember any of that i just thought once i will there you go the answers at one of the questions what do you think it's funny that nobody else biggest slowly and then the general question is what are the greatest comedies of all time what do you think are the funniest movies ever 3 129 at one seven to order the news is next i'll be going in the trump era america great again nece currency investments trend.
"ed norton" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Um guy nick okay i did like one one scene with knack and brilliant anna gotta pruitt before were done gone right present and awarded an award for you know somebody so he's like putting on a torpedo you know as we're getting ready to do my side of it and then ultimately got to leave arrive it's arrive thank ana happens you know he was parked wellequipped awry when i get i get a call from him right movie a month later uh and he too we quick gosh i'm really really really sorry about that you want to come out in our party won a communist party down with his mom and i was over an era for banda brothers and i got nick now on in paris can't make on his eighth word on earth way out there you got to my own region a celtic liz cage i can't make it to your party were on america's party nor come in paris like a big shot felt good guy i got their did i'm curious you y you went to yale with ed norton and paul g ahmadi right did you know get the dared did you know i i i did plays with both of those guys i did one one play with he was giamatti the same in college like busy he he looked then like he looks now yeah he he wanted those guys it funny he kind of having a gray um you know he was like them because you kind of like you you ever neighboring look the same as you looked in these movies beloved carries secret he got a work uh young.
"ed norton" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"As a super intellectual roadway and i thought they like ed brought like both of these levels of the really impressed by that um i remember to the that all in that like in that ronnie havoc he was in a three or four movies like the first year and then like he did like the woody allen musical in that he was great in that to and it was like oh my god the range of the sky jahor rosa i data the girl who had been a child star and this is funny in terms of his career moments and she actually audition for that movie and choose in the audition room with ed norton and prime if you're had come and she had some unknown about at your casting director that he was like amazing i think this is true or maybe it'd just come out of writing and people and i remember her saying the him like you're going to be like a really big you're gonna be and he was like no no it's like richard gere's movie and like aren't will leave and really who that right and so it's this funding to think of those moments with that we all have been we're just doing our work in the totally you know the culture experiences it as the site geist in your dislike none of no great reducing the rotting battles i up just like the rest of us exactly so what somewhere were as a teenager like were you did you had to shut together did you feel like they were like like i know my path i'm like i got this figured out or to where you kind of a rough around the edges and figuring out from the edge of we have still struggle with that but i know i was very young you know i think the teenagers are hard for everyone uh but they were equally is hard for me i mean i.