20 Burst results for "Gene Hackman"
"gene hackman" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"But they didn't really lose out on much, you know? Yeah, I think I liked gaslight when it was about Martha Mitchell because that story was so fresh to me and because I too had listened to that season of slow burn and been fascinated by that episode. Opinions vary about how much you want to watch this kind of fever dreams of G. Gordon Liddy. I personally got kind of bored in that stuff. It's not what I'm there for. As roxana mentioned, the other thing that we wanted to talk about was kind of how Watergate has affected not just Watergate has, but all the president's men has and the coverage of Watergate and the visions of journalists have affected kind of what has come after. And the interesting thing to me, you know, I think when you talk about Watergate, people often immediately start talking in terms of culture about the paranoid thrillers of the 1970s, whether you're talking about the parallax view or three days of the condor or not just all the president's men itself, but the conversation with Gene Hackman, there are all these. And they're, you know, they're from a bunch of different directors. And the thing I think is interesting is that a lot of that either predates Watergate, or at least the revelations about Watergate, or it's too close to Watergate for that to be the reason why it happened or the novel that was written was before Watergate. So it's more to me that Watergate kind of fuse with a paranoid thriller that was already developing. And now people think of those as Watergate era movies, even though the influence is not necessarily clear. Roxanna checked me on that. No, I think that's completely right. And I think that again speaks to this perspective question. I think a lot of people think Watergate sparked the looking around in panic sort of feeling of these movies. Right. But I think that was the time. I think that was just America and those decades in the sense that something was not right about what your government was telling you about the war about the economy about whatever. And I think that sort of sense fed into these movies. I'm sorry to go back to the X files, but I think about this a lot in terms of the X files..
"gene hackman" Discussed on Key Battles of American History
"It is a very specific article. It is a very specific amendment, much more specific than a lot of our other amendments, quite frankly. And I think this movie must have influenced a lot of future movies that were kind of similar. I'm sitting here thinking about the movie crimson tide where oh yeah. Denzel Washington is the second in command and he relieves Gene Hackman. I'm sure there's others that I'm not thinking of. And like I said, this movie was influenced by the mutiny on the bounty. So there's a lot of there's a lot of recurring influences in pop culture and this is one of them. But I think captain quig is definitely the other influence in this film is what we did. So there's a lot of pop culture influence in this film in this film is very in story is very influential. You'll see all kinds of references and TV about there's captain cue. And anytime you've got kind of a Martin had or a Taskmaster unstable Taskmaster authority figure, they'll get referred to as captain queen, you know? All right, now we come to the part that you're all been waiting for. The rating of the film from one to 5 stars, Sean. It's not my favorite. I'll give it three and a half stars, maybe four, somewhere somewhere around there. Okay. Humphrey Bogart's great. He's great. 3.75. That's good. All right, 3.75, just for you. I'm going to go with a four because I love it. I think I like it a little bit better than you, but it's not perfect, obviously. It's a little slow and the Keith stuff is the romance stuff and the stuff of his mother. It's like an iceberg. I think maybe your influence by the book, I've never read the book, but it seems like an artifact of something that just like, that doesn't really fit. I don't know why it's still there, you know? Why didn't they just got it? Yeah. That's a good point. And when I read some stuff about the book and about the character of Keith, he was kind of a screw up and then he'd be sort of lucks into or just sort of winds up coming in admiral's favorite and then gets posted in the navy. The film they make it seem like he just got on a Annapolis, right? And he's like, destined for greatness..
"gene hackman" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"I feel like young people really get it. So I'm optimistic. I'm hopeful that we can still turn it around in time to enjoy a sandwich in another 50 years. This is a much more political book than your others where you're really talking about the state of the world. But you also managed to keep it really, really funny. But there isn't a more serious side that seems to be coming out, not only in your writing, but also in your acting. Your role in debs, for example, as forest, the head of a tech company who suffered a tragedy and trying to sort of remake the world in order to potentially save himself and his family. What was it like for you to do a totally serious role like this? I mean, I'm such a massive fan of Alex Garland to begin with specifically for his films, ex Machina and annihilation among I mean, he was a novelist first. He wrote the beach, which became popular movie. So to get to work with him on this beautiful 8 episode series was just a gift in so many ways, but it was kind of a wonderful throwback to my time in Chicago theater where my best role was in this dramatic play as it was sort of a villainous Irish indentured servant who the audience loved to hate. I always thought that was gonna be my Wheelhouse, like Gene Hackman as Lex Luthor kind of like dastardly charming bad guys or something. And so getting to work on material, that heady and that dramatic was just an incredible gift. The cast was so incredible. Alex's, you know, all of the crew heads, the key, the department keys that always work with them. The visual effects people, the camera people, the music people. It's just an incredible experience. And it was a relief that the world was going to allow me to be a thespian to be an actor that I rolled the dice correctly enough that I get to do something as effective as Ron Swanson, but then I'm granted permission to still continue as an artist and do more work. So I'm really grateful for that and look forward to trying some more stuff. I just thought I'd share with you my wife came in at the very, I guess the last 15 or so minutes of the last episode. And I've been binge watching over the last couple of days. And she was watching you, and she said, is he a good guy or a bad guy? And I looked at her and I said, well, kind of both. She nodded..
"gene hackman" Discussed on Good Life Project
"More consciously loving set, and I mean loving themselves to have seen that when I was a kid, I think would have been something quite magical. Magical. For me. Yeah, it's so powerful, right? Because end of the day it really doesn't matter what you say as a parent. It matters. The behavior that you model is what sends the most powerful message. And you can't walk around all day saying this, this and this and then do the exact opposite and move through the world in a different way. You should love yourself. Yeah, and then go do all sorts of self destructive things to yourself as a parent. Right, exactly. You don't have a leg to stand on. Yes. So when you move out into the world and you start to be able to actually say yes to your own community, say yes to your own sense of identity. Say yes to your own language, you described earlier that 11 year old moment where you tell your mom, I think I like boys. That was the only language that you really had at that moment in time. But that's really it's changed it's evolved and it's expanded. And that language in the early days was really sexual orientation focused. But the language now, not just you, but sort of like that there's been this really powerful evolution of language. And I don't want to say evolution of identity because we've always been what we've always been. And there have always been people of all identities and all sexual orientations forever. But now it seems like there's been this evolution and granularity in language that allows people to really figure out what is the language that allows me to express myself differently. I'm curious how you how you have sort of explored the world of finding the language that felt like you. Oh, goodness. I mean it was just a bunch of it was a playground. It was a hodgepodge of trying different things. Yeah, I cycled through lots of different stuff. And I was on vine and I was famous and doing videos on vine and the kids on vine said, what are your pronouns? Are you non binary? This was like 2013. And I was like, what are these kids talking about? And so I went to the source, everyone at the time would go to tumblr dot com. And I looked up, you know, what are these kids talking about and started reading personal experiences if people who were non binary and the lightbulb went off? I felt so comfortable in that home and at peace with that and because of the kids, as I like to say, I became one of the first public figures. I was the first person to talk about it on national TV. Being non binary and talking about this modern era of the pronouns and how to treat people like us with the most respect. Talk to me about that relationship between use of appropriate pronouns and respect. Because I think that's one of the things that people will sometimes struggle with, though, they'll think, oh, well, quote, why does it matter so much? What pronoun I use, but it's really not a language thing. It's bigger than that. Yeah. So statement was a period of just a little bit of a lingering question. Okay, good. That my favorite, my favorite kind. To me, it's about a human soul. So a label is not the totality of a human experience. But it is a place for someone to land to feel seen to feel understood to feel respected to feel loved to feel accepted to feel the thing that I was craving the most when I was 9 years old on the farm. I mean, it occurs to me also language is it's a way to communicate what's going on. It's a way to communicate your inner life, your inner experience, your inner sense of identity, of who you are. And when you don't have that language or when it doesn't quite fit, it's almost like and tell me if this is completely off or if it resonates with you. It's almost like you're 80% seen your 60% seen, but you're never quite fully seen or expressed because the language is never quite accurate. Does that in any way resonate? Yeah, and until circa 2013 on tumblr, I didn't have that level of comfortability. It's kind of hard to explain if someone has been comfortable in their label their entire lives. And I think this is one of my favorite references. Gene Hackman is an actor. And he has talked about an interview about how he doesn't even think of himself as a good actor just a comfortable one. That he's been in like 40 movies, and so his 41st one, he's just going to walk on set. No, exactly what to do. And the concept of having language that truly sees a person is that level of comfortability. It's a level of goodness. It's a level of human relaxation that is hard to describe if you've never been through it. So it's not just respect. It's about I mean, it's a yes and it's respect. And ease to a certain extent. Yes, that's the perfect way to say it. Respect and ease, which, as you're saying it, it seems a little ironic to me because people usually have a little time where they are not at ease, trying to learn the new pronouns. So it's a little bit of bumps in the road until everybody.
"gene hackman" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Packs a punch, especially around the Richie character, which is probably the most tragic figure in the kind of Wes Anderson galaxy. What do you like about it Amanda? I mean, it's just kind of the whole world of Wes Anderson like springs forth fully formed. It is amazing that it goes rush more tenon bounds. And even though I just said everything I said about you can see all the tricks and the ideas and the style in Rushmore that tannin bounds is what three years later. And so fully complete from the house itself, you know? And it's like a real house that he found and redesigned to talk about like a literal manifestation of his project. And the performances and the music and the colors, which I feel like PTA being like, the lights, but you know. But when you say what's Anderson, I think of those like, you know, the yellows and the reds and the warmth and I can see everything so composed and it really is from tenon bounds. And that also has a lot to do with how old I was when I saw it was the first one. I learned a lot about the rest of the world through this movie, which is probably what a noise every single person who can't stand Wes Anderson and, you know, there are a fair number of detractors and people who do use words like tweet and quirky and just a collection of references, but you know, sometimes you catch things at the right moment and it being so fully formed and me being so fully unformed, I was just like, oh my God. This is it. I think this movie has something that none of the other Wes Anderson movies has. And that's Gene Hackman. It's true. As a royal tenant, go back and watch denims. Holy moly. I mean, you know, famously these two didn't really get along that well west and Jean and west is a very exacting director. And by this point, Gene Hackman was a very seasoned actor. But he's like, I don't know if you know this, but I was in crimson tide. But he wasn't fit. I mean, he was his energy is unbelievable and powers the movie and you know, obviously like Luke Wilson's character is the sort of pain, the painful heart of the movie, but hackman is the engine, you know? Maybe Margot is the style and chaz is the anguish. But the neurosis, yeah. But holy cow, hackman is just on a thousand the whole time that scene between him and chaz in the closet full of all the board games when they're screaming at each other is just amazing. It's just electricity. When hackman just like jumps up to start screaming right back, it's so good. It's so funny. I just, you know, obviously we love hacking on the show. It's also got maybe the best Aaron Wilson of the entire collection. You like them? This whole time, yeah..
"gene hackman" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"I actually I should e email chain. See what he thinks of this movie. He's kind of just living in his house right now. Not really talking to the outside world. From what i understand but him he must have I i could just imagine. All of these just unfinished scripts that he probably just one after another after another starts and stops. Oh yeah well i mean my favorite screenplay maybe of all time is actually last action hero and that final draft the draft. He did yeah. I love shane both as a person and as a filmmaker. I don't think he quite has what carnahan has especially as a director. I've never been in love with any of the movies directed you know. Like i know that there's a big falling out there per kiss kiss bang bang and the nice guys but i thought that the nice guys especially with just like really heartbreaking like can you imagine the nice guy but let love it but can you imagine if joe carnahan had directed the nice guys you know what i mean like somebody who has a better sense of rhythm action and comedy like as a director. Like i don't know i just. I like his scripts are so good. That i feel like they deserve the best treatment and sure i don't know if he's that guy. Well i think the nice guys is perfect. As but i i like carnahan though so i'm sure he would have done a great job as well for sure. I mean my favorite team. Black movies still army and three. But that's only because it has rebecca hall and and so there you go that will help august. You have no idea all in the night house david. Peace my last piece is it's an early gene hackman film. It's an early michael ritchie film. The guy who did a golden child in bad news bears and It's an early from coal. Prime cut can prime cut is a movie about a gene hackman..
"gene hackman" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"So i liked it. The movie has ticking clocks. I think it like when. I mentioned the chase sequence and when i mentioned like him you know hiding events and things like that. Those are the moments like. I don't think you need them like they feel a little bit like we've got goose the audience. They may be thinking you know. I want some action. I want some action. And i think they're fine in terms of execution but i don't know that they're necessary like some of them felt a little eighties preposterous to me and they didn't quite blend as well with the story of this guy trying to cover his tracks and you know it lead an investigation. Did you feel it was too much going on then like he was too cluttered but no. I didn't think it was too cluttered. It's just that it's it's throwing in. I felt like just kind of eighties. Action beats just to kind of keep the audience awake. Did he think that gene hackman was a little bit phoned in yet. I'm glad you brought him up. Actually okay so. When i watched the original charles lawton is incredible in the original like he is re probably the most dynamic performance in the movie in. So i kind of you know. I've seen gene hackman unforgiven. I've seen him in lots of things. French connection gene. Hackman is a superintendent. Dr a lot of time and so. I'm like perfect casting. If you're going to replace charles lawn gene hackman is what you want. And maybe i give the movie points for playing on my expectations. That you're not getting that gene hackman. You're getting very weak man. Who's very just his. Ego is very fragile. And he's just kind of a simpering coward a lot of the time. So i guess maybe i give the movie points for not giving me what you would expect from a gene hackman performance but there was that sort of initial frustration of not getting that kind of dark menacing gene hackman. He's like he's got that the narrow when when he's on the phone he's got that silent. He acts in. Silence doesn't they just saves in silence. He's communicating just without saying anything you know Not so many ounces. That can pull out home really really you know. Go through twenty different expressions in saugus. You know. the say didn't really yeah. Yeah i get what you're saying that.
Jennifer Lawrence to Play Talent Agent Sue Mengers in Biopic
"Big movie coming out. I know a lot of people have problems with her. I don't. I like the girls work, and I think she's gonna do a great job. Big project about the famed talent agent Sue mengers is being shot around and on the movie will be Jennifer Lawrence playing Sue mengers, listen, this is gonna be, I think this is I know it's very Hollywood and only people in Hollywood my nose Sue mengers is, but nonsense. Sue mengers was, I mean, forget what a colorful character she was. She was a female agent who crashed the Hollywood boys club of being age of being an agent. I mean, there were no female agents like this. She, I know it's for Robert Evans. She was amazing. Big, big, giant personality. Big kind of a New York Jew personality, which I love. I feel at home with people like that. Might go on Apple and might go on Netflix. No one really knows just yet. But Sue mengers, Evans had some great stories about her. She worked at MCA. Icm. William Morris, she represented clients in their heyday. Barbara streisand, Candice Bergen, Peter Bogdanovich, Michael Caine, Diane cannon, Cher, Joanne Collins, Brian De Palma, faith on a Bob Fosse Gene Hackman, Sidney Lumet ally McGraw, Steve McQueen, Mike Nichols, Nick Nolte, Tatum O'Neal, Ryan O'Neal, Anthony Perkins, Burt Reynolds, sybil shepherd, gorby Dow, Richard Benjamin, pull up prentice Tuesday Weld. Are you kidding me? She died about ten years ago. There was a play about her, Bette Midler played her in the play and bet was great. I'm not a Bette Midler fan, but she was born to play Sue
"gene hackman" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"A who's serious topical is like why would why would you even rickles. Sometimes do stuff like that. What was the was that. Just the way comedy was at that time. It's like well. Don rickles used the have a song. And it's it's i mean. Yeah i mean yeah nice guy right. I'm a nice got never seen. It's weird jesus. I so when i first became a fan of yours Was listening to stern. When i was younger in the nineties in the two thousands i to me the greatest stern guest of all night even argument all time and then it just stopped and we spent a lot of time on this show talking about how that show has changed. When did they just stop contacting you completely. I pretty much just I i find that in the business or life. You could say that nothing's permanent. It's like i always feel like in the business. You can't ever just throw your feet up on a chair and kick your shoes off. It's like 'cause i've been on a bunch of shows where i'd be there all the time and then one day it just how letterman right. Another example outlet are men and I used to arsenio all time right. And then one day stopped is the lack of explanation odd or does it not even feels different only to me gobert in that like you would do arsenio for six minutes or i mean how would you do for an hour an hour and a half a lot like it'll radio is just different and then it just stopped and there's a listener. It seemed weird. I yeah i. I don't i can't explain and elbit and anything shows i've done and stop doing. It's just you go along with it. You follow the teachings of george harrison. Who said sewn draws those who all the clough bolster thole day do you. Do you feel like you were ultimately now history. Looks back on it. Robbed for not being supported Best supporting actor for ford fairlane when you look at it thirty. I mean it's the great supporting performances. You talk about james caan. The godfather you talk about gene hackman forgiven connor the untouchables and to me god freidan in four fairly yash that and even even worse crime that i wasn't nominated for problem child. Two yeah goodnight with a strong. Did you did you. How nice to work with. He was okay. I get get get kinky. What your mopey. What how.
"gene hackman" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"It's came out the same year i was born. And it's just been with me my entire life and to this day is one of the best superhero movie superhero movies ever made and i was. I was watching it. The other night. I saw black widow. I'm acts on opening night. Came back home and just felt like the need to watch. What superman which i did and i was just thinking of like the lightning in a bottle that they created when they filmed that of just that casts like christopher reeve margot kidder and gene hackman and the director. Richard donner like just lightning in a bottle is captured when they made that movie and the new technology that they used with the mirrors to make superman look like he's flying and everything it was just like nothing like that had ever been done and you can look at it know as like if you are younger maybe in gen z or something in. Think like you know this is dated and it is dated a lot of ways but man four. It's time and i still think for even now. It is still some of the best performances i've ever seen of any actor ever embodying a character and rest in peace richard. Donner you gave us. Some amazing movies lethal weapon. I mean this guy was a legend. So anybody have anything to say about richard daughter. Yeah i was really sad to hear of his passing to. I mean i completely agree with you. Superman what lightning in a bottle like. How could you even make a bad movie. Once you put that recipe together like you just knew something really special was gonna come out of it. And and yeah. He'll he'll sorely missed..
"gene hackman" Discussed on WSB-AM
"I'm Sabrina Cupid, 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk All right. I believe we still have some audio. It's on the table We haven't gotten to yet. Take me back with all of you. The doctrine Ares Happy New Year to the Great audience. Welcome back. Could be a great year. I mean, I don't know It's gonna be difficult, I think still, but it's about you saying we'll be out of this by next December or something was 2025. That's about the time I think you could go out without a mask. All of a sudden, this is built up for these things. And while the back We're told that you still have to wear a mask if you got a vaccine. Yeah, I can just I can understand that, for the point of view of everyone around me can't know that if I unless I walk around with a thing, Scarlet V. Yeah, well, except it will be scarred. It's bad, So it should be the great VD. I don't know. Is it all great gravy? I like all of them. So, Yeah. So I get the point that maybe I would put my mask on because everybody in the store doesn't know I had the vaccine. But for a point of your science after I get the vaccine, I I'm not understanding were so many mixed messages which to me just says nobody knows what the hell they're talking about. You know we were supposed to have Okay. What do you get it all of the health workers. First half of the health workers will take the vaccine. And so we don't know who to blame. So just don't report it. I guess I don't. I don't know This is different, but I will take. I will say I will get the vaccine. I'll get it tomorrow. You know, I'm solutions oriented. And if that crazy, wacky weird YouTube video you saw it turns out to be right. Oh, well, guess what it's called life. I took a chance on living Surround you people your YouTube and then your 24 hour news and the message is just get under your bed and stay there. Well, I'm not You let that vaccine sit there on the shelf Because of politics. I will get the vaccine. And I will admit to you that there's some relative risk there. But it's been a month. Now. People aren't growing new heads. People have gotten this thing If you do wear an extra man to mess for every person makes it the doubles everything up. It's just, you know, just I just It's just It's just silly to me. We don't have enough. They're not making enough. Half the people who have it won't get it. So you just want to sit under your bed and stew and bitch and moan on and on and on. Well, not me. I'm tired of it. I want out of this. And guess what? But I recognize that there is nothing called 100% guarantee, but I want out of this. You know what I know isn't true. Bill Gates is not trying to kill me so we could make an extra $18 before he dies. E. That's just absurd. The risk with this vaccine would be medical, so it's the same risk and we went and did it quicker. That we've ever done it before. It's like whenever he was getting LASIK surgery, the nineties I was like, I'll wait 10 years. See if the eyeballs air okay? But you know what? I didn't need LASIK surgery in order to get back to the regular, normal everyday life. Are you listening to me? Are you in American? If you're not willing to take one little single risk ever When you're not an American. What do you What do you need served up to you? Can we get some people telling us the answer? Let's go in this direction. Let's try this. How are you gonna do? E swear to God found she seems to get off telling people that not that as great as you think it is. I love it. I love being able to bully people around and tell them where to go. So what is it should no one take the vaccine? Should everyone take the vaccine? Does it matter? If everyone took the vaccine tomorrow? Could we stop wearing mask in a month? What are the answers? It's just this. Whatever we want to keep you floating. There's a few people over here, and I think they can get a little more power from the left and the right by exploiting you. So just hang in the air. What do we know? At this point, and what is the best way to advance towards solutions? 3 24 hour news networks. Not a minute on any day about any of that. All about power. Not to people who genuinely disagree and have data on their sides and will tell you that We get more facts, facts that's not even a word anymore. Come again when we have less influencers in our society. I don't mind that you have a doctor on What I mind is, I think that doctor wants his own show. That's why my So once I figure out that that doctor wants to be a media celebrity, I'm not really following his doctoring advice because I know what's pushing him. Or her. Thank you. You're welcome. Would you see these stories that more people are taking anti depressants? What You will, of course. Message Every day is just be scared. Uh, I would say that right now, being frozen in fear would be probably your best way forward. Yeah. Few more. Gene Hackman's from the Poseidon Adventure in this society, that's what we need. We're gonna go this way because most of the evidence says this is the way to go. But it's not guaranteed. We may die. But if we stay here Definitely gonna die. And guess what? We'll all be dead, so no one's gonna be held responsible because that's really what's keeping people in place. Politicians, everyone Can't get somebody come on TV and go. Look, We're doing the best that we can. We don't really understand this thing completely. This is what we think it this time. At least you can't find anyone on TV or anywhere else isn't trying to get a job in politics or on media or something. Always an ulterior motive. Well, I don't care if that doctor was correct. He was good looking and people liked him. Let's have him on more often. Well, that should be the criteria for which doctor should be on TV. Just absurd. I don't know why I started all this, but it's just It's just I'm telling people Get the back. I mean, I don't know. I can't tell people to do something they want to do. If you are reticent to get any vaccine, then you're being consistent, right? But if you get vaccines routinely And you're just being swayed by YouTube influencers. And what is your solution? You just remain frozen in fear. Nothing ever happens. No one won the election. No one lost the election. Mask works a mask. It doesn't work. There's not enough vaccine available, but 50% of the people are not taking it. Let's all just stay frozen in fear. And every day that you do that you become less of an American. We are the people who left those countries. We are the descendants of the people who said to hell with this. I'm going to go start something. I'm nothing but a vaccine because I'm scared. People got on covered wagons. I went from the East coast to the West Coast. And I don't wanna be politically incorrect here. But let's say peep. There were there were hostile people in between. Who wanted to kill them. Now, from your current American point of view, we're those people just crazy. Get on when they knew it was dangerous. Are we just smarter than them?.
"gene hackman" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks
"Markelle royden and Clear mania said the eu defense ministers looking for a new producer just a gatekeeper. Technology is just as good as the kids using it. and this is a link to I guess somebody hacked into some british the parliament meeting or something like that. Because they know how their tj writes in interesting investigation using social media data. And this is the beirut port explosion. I watched this video. It's a forensic breakdown of the explosion. This is fucking fascinating to watch. I watched most of it. I just love the the way that they actually just sinked everything in the news. All the models and lengthy the data collection is. It's pure data porn and it's amazing. This is what in the nineties they would give us those shitty movies and they do episodes of twenty four and shit but this is real. It's actually real now. I know pretty. Yeah if you haven't watched this video definitely go check the lincoln the show. Watch it because it is. I'm like i was just gobsmacked. I'd like this is so cool. It's real now. It's actually real. It's like enemy of the state. You know that really horrible. Gene hackman will smith movie. But if it would it's now it's so cool and nathan rights in prop twenty two as a joke but at the end of the day lift only got away with it because of those pesky kids i mean california voters let the corporations can't act laws of the voters to do their job blame stupidity and low information voters. I take some issue with that. Yeah that is true or we could blame a multimillion dollar advertising campaign that was full of straight up lies and misleading information. Which by the way it should be illegal should be. But it's yeah and you know. I know people that voted for prop. Twenty two aren't stupid but they were listening to their friend. Who are uber drivers in other states. Knowing i got fringe new yorker drive uber. And then like yeah. Yeah yeah this is no no no this blah blah blah and they went with you know outside advice for people who don't live here or drive here and so i can't blame them for it. I told them they were dumb. But i'm like you're an idiot..
"gene hackman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Gene Hackman and rallied to make it a one score game with 10 26 left when Michael Appendix and tie Fry Fogel connected on a 56 yard touchdown strike. However, Master T grand for a career high 169 yards and two touchdowns. Justin Fields accounted for three scores and Ohio State held off the comeback. Beta A 42 to 35 victory. Here's Paul Kills from Lear Field, AMG College, Josh Meyer snaps. It just feels hands. Master teeth running left side of the Indiana 40 must his way to the 35 to the 32. The 20 goes team to the 10 to the five and into the end zone Master T on a 41 yard touchdown run, breaking the tie and putting Ohio State ahead. 13 to 7 Field was 18 30 for 300 yards and two touchdown passes but also through his first three interceptions of the season and was sacked five times. The Buckeyes cannot contain panics and fry Fogel. How about this appendix was 27 for 51 for a career high 491 yards. And five touchdown passes. Fry. Fogel caught seven passes for 218 yards and three touchdowns up next. Ohio State battles. Illinois Indiana will host the Maryland next Saturday. Number six Florida They traveled to Nashville to face off against Vanderbilt. This was the first true away game now for the Gators since they suffered there. Only defeat of the season, which was a thrilling game against Texas A and M back in early October, Florida They've been rolling ever since that loss, knocking off its last three opponents by an average of 22 points. And moment and company look to keep the momentous going. Here's McCue Bert from their field. I am Jay College. There's the staff back to Trask backpedals. He looks he looks. He throws the ball down the field deep toward the goal line. It's gonna be Claude. It's a touchdown. How my trade Grimes extending all that 6 FT. Four frame high in the sky. The Gators have taken the lead called Trespass for 383 yards and three touchdowns and Florida rallied from an early deficit to beat Vanderbilt, 38 to 17. What was wrong with Kyle Tres Kelly threw three touchdown passes. First time this season, he failed to throw forum or touchdowns in a game. It was the Gators seventh consecutive winning the Syriza. How about Trask, completing 26 of 35 passes to nine different receivers is the first quarterback in SEC history to register 30 touchdown passes. In seven games up next Florida host Kentucky on Saturday. Number.
"gene hackman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Women in the conference room, Something pretty big. Every double man in Europe's been rushed in, so it's probably lost her dog. Thank Felix Leiter Bank. I think Dink. Say goodbye to Felix. Man talk. You must have I think you got the 0.1962. It all started with Dr. No course. What do you think? What do you think that his best role ever? Wass. Has bombed. Assasin actor is an actor. Yeah, well, he was in the league of Extraordinary gentlemen he was in. But what do you think? Your best role Wass. I just I was like a million Tuchel's. I thought he was brilliant in that it was a win. But he was the best bond. I thought, no, no doubt about that last better than better than creative. It was probably my second favorite, but I tell you those those two guys Gene Hackman, And Sean Connery tell you they were you put them in any movie. I was there. We lost a great one of the age of 90 always suffered from dementia. According to his good golfer to did you hear what Trump tweeted out? Said He was a great great man. He said he was trying to hit a golf course I'm paraphrasing tweet in front of me, but fair phrase he was trying to get course built in In Scotland, and he was running into a bunch of pushback and blowback and Sean Connery just came out. So let him build the damn thing joined when Sir Sean Connery said, Boom, You got it done, And it was done in a couple of 6 19 year on the morning drive with Casey and the Elliot. Imagine losing the ability to hear somebody say I love you or the ability to hear a compliment. How about just hearing the birds chirp or hearing your favorite songs? Or maybe your mom or dad or Mr Conversations with old friends and missing words here and there. You're losing your hearing takes its toll on you physically, emotionally and socially, that this kind of suffering sounds familiar. There's something you've got to do You have a call Audiology Associates for 10 944 31 100..
"gene hackman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And he brings him back to the bench and sits him down. And the referee walks over to Gene Hackman and says coach need a sub need five? There were only four players on the court. And Gene Hackman looked at the referee and said My team is on the court. And Gene Hackman hada Little folder, Binder thing, 11 thing that had his game playing in it, and I'll never forget. He slapped that the palm of his hand And the crowd, the townspeople occurrence. This man's insane. What is he doing? Playing with four guys? How could you play with four guys and Gene Hackman's point in the message to the team was this is my way. We're doing this my way. If you buy in you play if you don't buy in, you're not playing is a part of this team and the game carried on with four players. Now a fair question would be if this in any way, shape or form can be related to this Bengal situation. Why are they not buying in? What would be leading to this? Is this veterans who know better looking and thinking This guy has no idea what he's doing. And the younger guys. The new guy's the driver picks in the last two years, and the fridge is brought in not knowing anything different. Maybe it's maybe it's just simply different from the way Marvin did. This list of players. Are used to it aren't comfortable with it. And now is they're losing or saying the hell of this. I I'm not doing this for losing well, why should I? I said this on Sunday. The issue for Zaki is not what he's saying. The issue is how much longer the players or even going to listen. Because at some point you could say it. Zack is a very good talker. You can say it. But unless you deliver the evidence Would be like if I had a new boss, come in. And say we're going to we're going to do this with sports talk now. I want you to do this in this. We're not going to do that anymore and do this and I did it. And the ratings were plummeting. How confident and comfortable but I feel continued to listen to him say I should do it his way. I don't know when it comes to Zach or Carlos and and Gino is this Is this on the scale? Is it more mutiny or the natural turnover and weeding out of a transition when a new coach comes in? I don't know. Why are those questioning it on ly the guys that were here before Zach got here? Why aren't any of the free agents brought in or draft picks in the last two years? Among those questioning and frustrated with the rolls and I I guess I would say this to those who who are down on Zach and I understand, but When it comes to Gino and Carlos, What would you prefer? He do? I've heard people complained He's got a plan because it gives them the best chance to win. Well. Zach has used the word this week. I don't know if you've caught it compromise our principles. That's what made me think of Gene Hackman. In your mind. You may think they're better off playing Carlos and Gino because they are the best players that you recall over the last few years. I would submit this. I think, Zach And that coaching staff knows at 3 18 and one that winning is rather important for their futures. Do you think they honestly would be reducing the roles of Gino Atkins and Carlos Dunlap? Without good reason. I guess. What would you prefer He do with those two Carlos down there right now on pro football focus Numbers, is working on the worst year of his career. Gino Atkins. It's two games back to smaller sample size. What would you prefer? Zach do with Carlos and Gino. They're not happy. I wouldn't expect him to be happy. They're losing playing time. But what would you prefer? Zach, do keep playing them. Here. Thinking. We've got away. We're going to do this. And if you're not gonna one buy in and to you're not going to perform. Then you're not going to play. That seems logical to me. Continue down the stretch to news at the top of the air and the Luke Fickell show It's Arnold Carrier Sportstalk. Presented by Kelsey Chevrolet 700 WLW. President.
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"I've had for years box. Dvd set that celebrates the Chicago Bulls six championships in the nineteen nineties. The title is NBA Dynasty Series Chicago Bulls Real quick takeaways couple takeaways Scottie. Pippen totally underrated. I I mean. I know he's considered a legend and one of the top fifty basketball players all time. But but he's even better than that as far as the goat discussion. Greatest of all time between Jordan and Lebron James. All right I conceded. I think it was a year or so ago that Lebron has probably taken that title. I'm more than willing to be argued that I'm more than willing to be argued wrong as a Chicagoan but one thing is for sure after going through some of these. Dvd's Jordan is so much more fun to watch. I mean he just. He spent so much time doing beautiful things. High up in the air way above Lebron's had would have been so That's just a blast to watch now. You can't this is kind of a sneaky. Pick you can't stream this. Dvd set so. I'll take this occasion as an excuse to mentioned that. Espn's ten part Michael Jordan Doc. The last eight they move that up it was gonNA come out on June nineteenth. Yup the release date is April nineteenth. So obviously I can't wait for that listeners. I can maybe loan you my bulls box set because it isn't streaming but otherwise just look for the last dance this weekend on ESPN. I will be watching it. Yeah I have not seen the set that you are watching but I cannot wait for Sunday night. When the ten part doc starts it's been this mythical thing that's been rumored to be in production or potentially production for some time new house coming out and ESPN wisely bumping that up. I think it's something that a lot of people just like us are going to be watching my number three these fall under the category of blind spots and in this case there is a specific hook to Josh. Though it wasn't by design all explain it's my unofficial slash official. Bruce SURTEES MARATHON. So one day. I realize I'm kind of running out of options in terms of things that are really hooking me on net flicks and I know that there are some things I should get to real cinematic blind spots that have been mentioned on the show over the years that I feel regret about but they just seem heavy. I'm not ready for it yet. I need stuff. That's under two hours. I can knock it out and I needed to be reasonably entertaining but I do still WanNa feel like I'm getting some homework done. I do still want to feel like I've crossed something off my list that I felt for some time that I needed to get to so I went over to Amazon prime. And one of the things that popped up happen to be dirty Harry the first dirty Harry movie with Clint. Eastwood Don Siegel directed and right away. I realized how stylishly shot it was and so after I watched it I looked up who the DP was and I see that. It's Bruce Surtees. I think yeah I know that name. I can't really tell you what else he's done. I don't know much about his history's legacy at all but that is a name I have heard and oh I'll just file that away okay. So what's next? Couple of days later I go back to prime one of the film's POPs up. Lennie the Bob. Fosse directed film about Lenny. Bruce and that really is one for me. I've always been ashamed because I adore. Is You know all that jazz. Fosse's film I like cabaret quite a bit as well and in the TV series Fossey Verdon some of the making of Lenny POPs up in that TV series it. Of course POPs up in all that jazz as well. A lot of cutting to scenes of the fosse alter Ego Joe Gideon cutting the movie. That would become lenny so it was kind of just been a joke for me that I've never watched this film. I decide I'm going to sit. And Watch Lenny and. I'm watching the credits. And whose name POPs up is responsible for the Black and white cinematography. It's Bruce Thirty so then decide okay. Well this is just too convenient too much of a coincidence. We're going to make this happen and I'll give you just a little bit of background on him. Is He a name? That's familiar to you at all Josh. Young familiar with the name. I don't think I would have been able to identify any of his movies though right so he got his start as a camera. Operator working with Don Siegel and especially on Siegel and Clint Eastwood Films in the late. Nineteen sixty so movies like two mules for sister Sarah and Cubans Bluff and then his first role as a cinematographer. As the director of photography was Nineteen. Seventy-one it was the beguiled so that Seagal Directing Eastwood and then play misty for me followed that where he was working with eastward again but this time Eastwood as director that was his debut he died in twenty twelve and if you look at his. Imdb the early two thousands in the nineties were not good to surtees out of maybe twenty. Titles there's not one that really stands out as essential viewing and even at the end of the eighties. The decade closed for surtees with rat boy back to the beach and licensed to drive in the eighties for him was otherwise filled with a lot of eastwood's stuff prior to that so movies like Fire Fox and tight rope and sudden impact even honky. Tonk man his heyday really was the nineteen seventies which brought me to night moves. This is an Arthur Penn. Early Bleak Neo Noir starring Gene Hackman as a former football player turned disillusioned private. I would other type of private. I is there in the seventies and it's all set within the movie business so it's reflexive to in the mode of Altman's the long goodbye and then the one I most recently watched was another Eastwood blindspot. Which is Pale writer?
"gene hackman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Guys there on good radio adherence and keep it usually during junior you know what and I have never seen that one but I know of it you never seen that I know I haven't seen that one so there are some guys you need to check it out it really is thanks buddy he's like a mentally challenged guy in the the coaches you know it's it I it's very inspirational based only about course based on a true story the best ones are Hey Gerry what's gone on talking about favorite sports movies are you're you're right pretty much a baseball gosh I love all the baseball movies but for this topic and I'm I'm sorry if I'm repeating someone else's suggestion but all movies come to mind one was with Denzel Washington it was called remember the Titans no there's no one yeah in the second one you all were talking about gene Hackman what you started a football movie back in nineteen your two thousand eight Hammond Kiana Reeves the rent it was called the replacements about the NFL players that is a good movie yeah nobody's mentioned that one either we're not we're not as good things here so yeah you never hear about that movie and that that was a pretty good movie yes yeah Hey Dave what's going on buddy favorites our movie yeah someone told slap shot from me but north Dallas forty and major league yes yeah you can't go wrong with those I mean let's face it well let's go to Iowa Eric Eric favorite sports movie of all time when the Smalls.
"gene hackman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Yeah right actor is great and the fighter out of the furnace in American hustle the big short he was pretty good he was outstanding is Dick Cheney and rice I mean it's just an outstanding outstanding actor the man and by the way he's not well I guess British this man from Wales count as being British I just come for her thanks from what he's from Wells day Phil Collins okay that's enough gene Hackman talk about great actors get Shorty Crimson Tide the firm Mississippi burning Hoosiers can the award for the French connection Canada award for Unforgiven but lex Luther is Superman Superman to man's coat gene Hackman ninety and happy birthdate today to Martin derail Buchwald you know I'm better is Marty balance Jefferson Airplane Jefferson starship hot tuna passed away in two thousand eighteen the thirty second president of the United States was born on this day in eighteen eighty two Ellery Franklin Delano Roosevelt elected office.
"gene hackman" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Talking about his parents and I told he is what I'm saying feeling lucky to yeah yeah I but I I do love that movie and gene Hackman's amazing in it everybody's amazing what was it like being directed by your father Scott it's scary I don't know if I love it okay yeah it's it's I mean it's like that you know it's it's it's in my dad's not he's not a warm and fuzzy type of guy so you don't wanna you don't want well you you know what it's okay we just beat it out that's just fine yeah don't worry about that you don't want to screw that one out no you don't screw it up you know it but it's I think it's good you know the way here the way he sort of had his arm is just you don't you know you there's no hand out so like if if if you are going to come and work with me sure a I'm gonna make sure everybody knows there's no hand outs there are bad I I imagine so Scott Eastwood here on the rich as John again before we get to the brand you are you spent some time in a wide but you're born obviously in the Monterey peninsula yeah that mean raider forty niner what are you forty nine okay forty niner so this season is gonna be it's it's looking pretty good yes it is so yeah yeah it's looking like I mean Jan hands is the genius are well I mean it's been a while obviously it's taken a couple years but so far so good six and all right now answers so who is your your your quarterback growing up with that beach is trying to do in your my in my mind here would it be it would it well it was it was both it was it was Joe Montana and Steve young right sure bought it I think it it was sort of the end of Montana's career and into Steve young surer right with the sort of I was watching as a young kid right in my dad sort of a torn because he's he was born in Oakland so he's sort of in Oakland and the Niners fans is kind of in between so I think he's a little bit of a flip flop or I've seen him do that you know you know I I'm and normally that's where you call somebody out for being a fake fan yeah but is it right now but Bob no but but when it's Dirty Harry you know now you can obviously you know he runs runs a town but it is pretty cool to see it so that means I'm you know I work with Steve Mariucci's sometimes the coach of probably a lot of those teams that you're rooting for yep yep those are really is and and and and obviously Steve young and all that sort of stuff yeah so tell me about this brand of clothes I've got the hat right here it's called me here it's it's you know it's pretty speaks for itself I think it's made here in America you know what the whole point the brand is to create products that celebrate the American worker it's not political at all it's for everybody it's about celebrating your neighbor celebrating the people that work in manufacturing the people work in this country and we're trying to just create cool stuff yeah we're still we're looking right now yeah the weather cycle products and shirts and and this had is pretty cool I will actually wear it and people say what what is what parties Uncle Sam coming home from with his his vast in his yeah ties bow tie being on don some legal part it does sound like a good party yeah and all and people can go to made here brand dot com yeah to purchase all the stuff made entirely exclusively an American factors.
Frank Clark vows that Seahawks' Richard Sherman era over
"Austin extra will be available short week doesn't seem enough time. For those guys to get rid comes the northwestern kid. Here comes the northwest. Justin, Justin Jackson. Irie comes also Philly rib as close aired out Thursday night eight that kid was ready for his close up against Pittsburgh on Sunday night football. Here we go. Anything on Spencer where tyreek hill on that front. Have not seen anything. Yeah. Me. See let me look it up. Here. You got something that yet? Okay. Tyreek hill expected to practice today, Spencer where and Sammy Watkins not. Yep. Oh, yeah. There you go. Tyreek hill returned to practice. Andy Reid said he's moving around. All right. And should be okay. For thursday. All right. Spencer where did not practice? You sent me this thing. Berry Jackson down in Miami said Ryan tannehill confirmed for the first time that he has stem cells banked in the Grand Cayman islands to use. If needed to quote, improve my quality of life or help them heal from future injuries had advanced stem cell treatment at the Regina came in in two thousand seventeen. Is that legal? That's the worst. John Grisham story. I've ever heard the follow up to the firm. Let's go to the Grand Cayman check on ten June who's gonna break in. Let's let's let's let's drug up, gene. Hackman and go grab tannahill stem cells. That's the worst Grisham novel. I've ever heard Tom Cruise looks exactly the same. Okay. Or is that is that the the dolphin brief? That'd be the dolphin brief. Nice. Where do you stand on these NBA conspiracies Keno last year? It was the flat earth that kind of dominated with these guys. Okay. Well, Debbie heard the latest one says he didn't see thought. Steph. Curry was on the wing and podcast and Ken bays, more and said, they believe the moon landing. Never happened the hell. And now a rep from NASA was talking to TMZ said this day will invite a curry to check out the lunar labs and all the evidence that proves that a really went down. And Houston spokesman said, quote, there's lots of evidence NASA landed twelve American astronauts on the moon from eighteen sixty nine nine hundred seventy two we'd love Mr. curry to tour are lunar lab at Johnson Space Center in Houston wins Golden State of Houston next March. Now what we're doing on March? You wanna put anything officially on the record rich? Do you think the moon landing happened moon landing happened? Okay, moon landing happened in. This is a is a round orb. We're spinning around on right now. Third rock from the sun. What's your absurd in your mind? The flatter. The flat earth come on. Just because you drive a road. And you don't fall off. It does not mean that we're. I don't even. Look, you know, what I knew that. We. I'm so glad we're getting an editor system since a bona fide newsman Jeremy shops brought to join us. You know, when the news segment is over when you say the words a NASA spokesman reached out to TMZ. No, it's over. So thank you. Chris