19 Burst results for "Jason Isaacs"

Israel Under Attack: What You Need to Know

People of the Pod

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Israel Under Attack: What You Need to Know

"Israel is under attack this week with more than a thousand rockets fired since sunday from gaza major israeli cities on high alert and the threat of further violence continuing across the country on tuesday at noon. Ajc jerusalem director avi tall labor vich and i twenty four news. Senior correspondent owen. Alterman spoke with age. Abc's jason isaacs to provide a frontline report on the evolving crisis. We thought that that conversation was so important that we would bring it to you now. Some of it has been eclipsed by events because it was recorded on tuesday at noon but the analysis from these experts remains extremely relevant here. Is that audio. Let's begin appetite. Let me start with you first. What is the current situation in. Israel and in gaza are the hamas and palestinian islamic jihad rocket attacks and incendiary balloon launchings continuing on what are their effects in israel. We are now exactly at twenty five hours after the initial rocket firing from gaza to jerusalem. Yesterday this actually was the opening called for wide attack. Launched by hamas slumming jihad is well and until now we are talking about more than five hundred rockets to different ranges that have been fired from gaza into israel. The target of these rockets are civilian areas. Take for example. The city of ashkelon. This is a city of one hundred. Fifty thousand people just four kilometers way from gaza. This city was focal point of attack. One barrage of rockets after another today from very early in the morning until now

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Cancer Survivor Will Join SpaceX's First Private Trip to Orbit

Geek News Central

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Cancer Survivor Will Join SpaceX's First Private Trip to Orbit

"Spacex. Has its first private flight. Excuse me space. X first private plight will put a twenty nine year old american in orbit cancer survival. Haley are here nas. And i apologize if i don't know how to pronounce her name correctly will be the youngest american ever in space and of course space recently announced it would send four civilians and orbit abroad. It's aboard as crew dragon and again one of those private citizens will be haley economic. Who at twenty nine years old. The youngest youngest american the trip came about. Thanks to jason isaacs zeman a billionaire purchase they the debut commercial astronaut rocket launched from spacex. He'll get one crew dragon seat on the inspiration for mission but he also donated three others so pretty exciting stuff

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"jason isaacs" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"jason isaacs" Discussed on AP News

"Jason ISAACs of the OS says he's pleased with its unexpected success. This thing that lost you that whole advertising campaign without, and they went, you know what this is put on the seven that will find it. And it became this huge, huge. Huge coach. I'm stopped in the St. Isaac's on the today show. He's fifty six showtimes, acclaim series, billions was just renewed for a fifth season, starring Paul Giamatti complete with facial hair. This guy felt like I needed to look a little bit more intense a little bit more masculine yet. So I grew up here. My face definition without at my face. Just looks like a soccer ball Gimondi on late night with Seth Meyers, he's fifty two and actress Sandra Bernhardt has guest starred in the FX series, pose, and returns as a regular starting next month. She plays on the program, which is set in nineteen ninety during the HIV aids crisis. You think I want to do something to make these people feel more comfortable when they're on their way out? We are understaffed and overworked miss thing, Bernhardt, sixty four and that's our birthday round up for June sixth. I'm Bob Kessler. The Mickey of the new JAMES BOND film is proving to be dangerous. Undertaking. AP entertainment, editor, Oscar wells Gabriel reports the productions been marred by another injury for the second time in less than a month. There has been a mishap while making the twenty fifth installment of the bond movie franchise, the film's Twitter page, says this time it was an explosion, onset a crew. Member was slightly injured and part of the stage damage at a studio near London last month shooting was delayed after bond star Daniel Craig hurt. His. Foot while performing a stunt in Jamaica. He had to have minor ankle surgery that require two weeks of rehab at the time. The studio said the movie release of next April would not be affected musk. Wells gabriel. Optimism, even as there is no deal, yet van President Trump's threatened tariffs. I'm Tim Maguire of the AP news minute, vice President Mike Pence secretary state. Mike Pompeo now the Trump administration officials wrapped up their first meeting with Mexico's foreign secretary Marcela. Brad head of President Trump's threatened terrace tells reporters at the Mexican embassy in Washington. He's confident an agreement can be reached as talks continue, our we are going to the talks. So does what you hope to me. Trump is demanding Mexico. Do more about her tailing the influx of migrants at the border last month. Some one hundred thirty three thousand people cross the border into the US many them families from Central America centers for disease control and prevention says this year's measles, outbreak has topped one thousand cases, the highest twenty seven years, ten years ago. There are fewer than one hundred cases a year outbreak has been concentrated in communities, where parents refused. Vaccinate their children. I'm Tim Maguire. AP digital news. Back in a moment..

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"jason isaacs" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"jason isaacs" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Are there other memories that you have that? We haven't talked about yet from filming this episode. The thing most bread is terrible brilliant clown on just always looking for a gag when he would drop his pencil all unite pretend to be walking downstairs. We'll do a double take a walk into wal couldn't process that. Joel she'll it was really in congress to me. So that I remember the hospital room being a place where we playing these very earnest and serious scenes, and then just pissing offing all the time between the Tykes. That's another member. That's great. You've hosted all these great photos on your Instagram. Hundreds of I'm in. I'm sure that genetic like I've got one pouring out of your mouth. I think please send it. Because Jason okay. This our member? Jason I don't know if he's still does it. But did the super horrible thing where every person that he is in his contacts? He takes a picture of them eating. And that's and that's what comes up and. Come on a picture of you like what a sandwich in her mouth? You know comes up instead of a nice pick. It's actually only you. Remember thinking, this is not a criticism over people who did it. But there's a huge rather. Fantastic. Community is ready to active fill people doing funny voices in this didn't need to be hired and. That was all full a show that has such integrity. And so the other areas thankfully do shows like foul, and there's we are the American audiences are now being exposed to great Arab and Israeli actors. Yeah. Before we let you go. I just wanted to say Jason how much I loved death of Stalin. I think I've recommended on the podcast already before. But I'm gonna say it again, especially for anyone who is a fan of the west wing death of stolen is just a must watch. And you're brilliant in it. Colfax anybody who's a fan of genocidal comedy? It's just it's nothing. Let me just say second only to the thrill of the west wing is being on the west wing weekly podcast. Thanks for having me. Oh, you're a good, man. Thank you both so much. Thanks. Thanks for listening to the Bod cast. It's so much fun to be able to to speak to both of you together out to. The next time. That's act. Plus you. That does it for another episode of the west wing weekly. Thanks so much for listening, and thanks so much to our guests. Geno Maloney, and Jason ISAACs. Do you think the plural would be Jason's Isaac? We'll never know because he is one of a kind. You can follow them on Twitter. Jason ISAACs is at Jason's folly, and Geno Maloney is at Nellie Maloney. We are at our own names the show is at west wing weekly. And if you have any other comments that won't fit within two.

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"jason isaacs" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"jason isaacs" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Let's say Hello to Jason ISAACs and Geno Maloney. Jason. I was wondering if we could start by you telling us how you got this role. Have they get you living in an I could not get arrested in the film about never done television. American television for many many is on someone says, maybe just tell us. Been reduced to that. They said the west wing. Really wet myself with five or there was it was and still is far away my favorite television program. I was just be on Vic size as being everything about. It was a shock coach really to be that the me because I come from the world of film of waiting for a long time hadn't done each other. I was used to the scripting of a loose blueprint the starting point for hustler or discussion, and that's very much not the culture. But that I found on the west wing is that fair to know. Yes. Yes. We've heard this from other film actors to the there was a bit of a culture clash or rude awakening was a leading company, but I you know, the wrestling more so even than of Americans of the programs. I think at inheritance in errands genius. He wasn't writing anymore, but three dollars for three dollars. It wasn't the semi colon. And then it just it was it was very surprising. Just never been in that environment for many money is. And so the first thing I did I remember rightly suggests that he'd be Irish north. Irish. And there was some to the belts because you came from bell foster, it'd be interested in you know, bombs and sectarian divisions. But it was really so get myself some licensed to change the Thailand. And then the other huge adjustment was that. I was an addict of the show infamy. I was meeting Jochen Donna and Toby in old fee. Jane was people and the fact that they were all poof and cared about. Whether they look nice in in the lens and sorry, we disappointed you ever delightful jomie. But some how they were the saviors of the free world, and then they would just lovely but actors. I don't really go over the fact that in my mind, they were propping up the crumbling et of democracy for the rest of us. I'm surprised actually to learn that you met everyone because all of your scenes were shot in this location. I wasn't sure if that would have been the case. I went to the set for costumes and makeup and chats and stuff. And I if I remember rightly Richard is directing the episode previous ill. And if Richard is quite a serious like on a normal day on the diamond as directing you can up to fifty. So I felt like I really did meet Toby. But we went to it was in the Salton sea. How much you do you remember much member films feature now with it was something? Yeah. I do it had a very specific sent. Now, the city has this kind of sulphurous kind of sent it's an odd place. I found it kind of an on place will I remember an I may have completely wrong like many things wrong is that it was built originally as the world's first largest manmade turret. Drainage wrong, and you'll bring very diplomatic about it sent it stunk for many miles away. And we we stayed if I'm writing we stayed in a motel. Yeah. No expense, spared Chinese food, and we will gather around the kind of algae covered swimming pool tweet, we complain to the young the desk about the other stand of the Chinese food or up thin wolves or something about telling these these guys see the building up on the hill. There goes it's prison. The only people that are staying here comes in the first night out in the hookers with them..

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"jason isaacs" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"jason isaacs" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"There's you couldn't get up in the morning because the type of stuff that you have to deal with and you know, I can you imagine having to go meet with the families of the fallen over and over and over. So I think it's probably accurate to you know, we see clearly that he cares. But he also has to go on with the job and close out his day. I mean that that's actually why one of the reasons why I loved the the scene with Gail so much because the only thing we really heard from the president was I asked fits to go. You know, his reaction was felt too small to me considering how what the relationship was that they had. And I don't know I remembered like Morris tall over you know, who was who was killed when early in the administration has Dr. Yeah. And how much the president was worked up over that. And I thought this is it this is, but yeah, he's changed in terms of. He's learned a lot about the kinds of he's gotten used to having to deal with tragedy. I think, but then you know, he's talking to Kate. And then the fact that he he brings her in, you know, into the motorcade. With him to go visit Gail, and the fact that his final scenes in the episode are there at the house. I was glad I was like, okay, good. We are getting a moment of the president treating this, very solemnly. And the way it deserves. And then the end of that scene. You know, the president says the people responsible will be found and brought to Justice. This broke my heart and Gail saying don't promise. I know the world. A great line. She basically busts him. Yeah. And she's right. That's not a promise. Yeah. You can necessarily keep it's interesting coming off the heels of the president having just said, we shouldn't have made promises that we couldn't keep indeed when talking about the unions, and yes, she has to remind him about that. Yeah. There's also I wrote down essential couplet between Harper Bartlett get easy to forget. There's a silence majority on both sides of just want to live their lives. Unfortunately, you spend all your energy dealing with. What's drowning them out the invective and bomb blasts one? I just I actually believe this. So I was happy to hear it. Yeah. And I also liked the way it was worded. It can get easy to forget that there's a silent majority because there is a price to be paid in a risk run to be a moderate voice in in this situation to speak out for the other narrative. And of course, the greatest risks to run is to remain silent. Because. That's the whole origination. And the extremists on either side have the voice so there are moderate and moderating voices. And there needs to be more of them. Because I do think the average Palestinian and the average Israeli essentially wants to live a decent life and a safe peaceful life. The now the every episode or starting with last episode. There's like a moment that strikes me like could be an airplane movie. A Hooker brothers movie, and there isn't there's two moments. I president Bartlett says to commander Harper. I think in the oval walk with me classic linemen walk then they're about to part ways. And he says, you know, take a ride with me, she gets in his car, and I just wanted to play out to is ridiculous thing. He gets home. He goes come inside. With me come on. Let's get in bed gonna make you dinner. And she spends the rest of her life with him where he just never say goodbye. Let's take a quick break. And when we come back, we're going to talk about this episode some more with Jason ISAACs who played Colin Ayers and John Maloney force plays. Donna..

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"jason isaacs" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"jason isaacs" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Talking about twenty one from season five it's called Gaza said episode was directed by Christopher Masano written by Peter Noah, and I shared on may twelfth two thousand and four in this episode, the congressional delegation to Gaza, which includes now retired Admiral fits Wallace, and Donna is attacked by a roadside bomb to congressman or killed and Donna is badly. Hurt the episode slips in and out of flashbacks as we learn what happens which includes a romantic dalliance between Donna and photojournalist play by Jason ISAACs coming up later in this episode. We'll be joined by Jason ISAACs, and Geno Maloney. A couple of things worth noting about this episode genome Aloni was nominated for an EMMY for outstanding supporting actress, and it was based on this episode and the previous episode no exit right on and we spent some time in our last episode talking about how mazing performance was in the on. That's right. Other means for this episode production designer. Kenneth hardy and set decorator Ellen totally been won an EMMY for outstanding art direction the west wing. Also won an EMMY for best sound mixing based on this episode have at that. While the episode looked great. I'm sure it Santa great too. But I've I've only got one good year. So I'm not the I shouldn't be the final arbiter of. What sounds good? It's been awhile since we've seen the west wing flex their production values though like this. Yeah. This is major. Yeah. We're on a location. There's a helicopter in the air. They're donkies carts and tons of extras did you find out where it was shot? It was shot in Riverside County by zone. See it looks. I thought it looked pretty darn good pretty darn genuine. Yeah. The only thing that I saw that. I think I'm into spitting where you're going to see it in the first moments of the cold open. We see some extremely new Israeli flags like bright bright white despite the dust, and you can actually see the creases still in one of the flakes. It's still in the bag. That's pretty fun it. Yeah. And then the other the other moment that found not super genuine were the superimposed flames on the car as it exploded. I'm sure there's real claims at some point. But maybe I'm wrong again, no expert, but the actual explosion itself while it's happening. Look to me like somebody added flame. Really, I mean says real stunned. I don't maybe maybe I'm totally wrong. Those looked like to me did they say, well, maybe there they didn't to me. I'm looking at it. Yeah. Those look like real flames. Really? I mean, what's the point of flipping over the car? If you're not also going to set it on fire. I guess keeping the people inside it alive. Right before the attack there. Couple people outside of the car with fits Wallace who were arguing about Israel and Palestine and very vague terms who are part of the code, but we never actually meet them. But I think those might be the congressman who are killed. This is some heavy duty west wing. Yeah. Jason ISAACs plays Colin airs and just seconds before the explosion. He was taking photos of Donna making coquettish is at him. And then seconds later, he's taking photos of her bleeding and upside down, you know, still strapped in her seat belt in the car. It's a really heavy duty image it is arresting and the violence of it is really unusual for the west wing. And so I think it makes a big impact. Yeah. It's an interesting episode. There is a lot going on. It's an episode that attempts to achieve balance in many different areas, including about the issues themselves..

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"jason isaacs" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"jason isaacs" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"They say that America doesn't mean in the toilet is an okay, so caught a hotel Mumbai this fantastic film coming out and the second season of the way and some of the fabulous film called Dr birds advice beside poets and next week I'm filming recordings. New series of the dealt crystal, but Netflix, that's Louis Leterrier has hit pronounce his name through the terrorist writing on and then various other things like a self. I don't want to jinx because they're not either fully financed agreement or somebody else might end up playing. My politics will kill me my sleep to no one can do a better India. What's next for you? I did a limited series of Patty Jenkins that's going to be released at the end of January cold. I'm the night and with Chris pine and it was a blast doing that. And I think in December there's an Indiana that I did cold adolescence, it's finally coming out. It was great fun, and then I'm getting ready to go to Shreveport and a couple of weeks to foam. I don't wanna say the project name just because. What is now? No, but the role is is crazy coquette stripper. So that should be interesting. Yeah, pulled on happening with me. And then there are a couple of. There are a couple of roles coming coming down like springtime next year that I can't at least say, well, come on. Because my script, you know. The end of the time, you will see that side vice grip, but actually actually because I didn't ask you, can I ask Jason, India, have you ever considered writing. I thought of it and I'm really not good at it. So I don't think I will don't give up. Oh, I didn't know. I didn't get paused the falls page. I'm really pool. No. If you didn't get past the first page. So I give her giver the writing advice. You can't stop after one. I don't know if she really needs to do it. She'll do it. You know, that's it doesn't want the competition. That's right. Be instantly. You guys have been very generous with your time, and I can't wait to see what you do next. Give it up for awesome for Jason and for India. Thank you so much, and that's how the QNA went down special. Thanks again to writer, director of seeing along with actors. Jason ISAACs and India is Lee for coming down to chat about their latest film look away. And if you want to support, independent filmmakers like, awesome. If I hope you watches film which you could currently rent on Amazon or I tunes and folks if you're in Los Angeles on October, twentieth twenty eighteen..

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"jason isaacs" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"jason isaacs" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Stop on by to join me for the die hard QA and helped me spread word about it as well. But now let's jump right back into my chat with writer director. Awesome Bernstein along with actors, Jason ISAACs and India is Louie about their passion project which you could watch on Amazon, itunes, look away us of how open were you to improvisation because you had a script in your life for a long time. And it's very structured in a way, and it's very specific about where it needs to lead an end. But sometimes maybe there's time for for playfulness. I liked playfulness. Improvisation. This was not the project. We were very sort of following the notes and twenty five days doesn't give you a lot of time. No, it's not that it's just really we. It was very clear to all of us what it is. And as Jason said, you know, he had actress inhabit. The part. So once that's done, whatever shape it takes, if it's the absolute truth and we spent time in the plastic surgeon that affected those scenes. For instance, horse of course, of course, you know, there's research in the developed together. We collaborate on it, but it wasn't an improvisational kind of film. No India. Were there any notes that kind of you had after reading the script when when you guys were getting it up on its feet like like changes or something that was important for you for either the characters? Not really. I mean, I as far as walking with a soft. He again, like Jason said, he gave the freedom emotionally and you felt like it. 'cause there's nothing while some when someone doesn't trust you with with that material because you just feel, you know, very stilted and it just affects everything we, you know, I mean. That won't really many notes. It was the way I walk is mainly like got feelings, especially with something like this. I treated a even though this talk of evil twin and everything. I treated as more of a psychotic break with someone and and I because there's no other way to approach it for me an that wasn't for me so it it really just depended on emotionally like west. She was out. So improv wasn't really quiet and. You're all pros and for as much time as you put into your characters as much homework as you do. The fun thing about making a movie sometimes is that you could have a happy accident. So for as much planning as you do something unexpected comes up that changes your viewpoint or add something that you didn't start with. I'm curious for each of you if there were any happy accidents you remember during production that kind of your you found on the day, be at a moment or a change of location or anything India studying with you? Well, actually I is it okay if it's a spoiler. Absolutely. Abs- actually. Oh, oh, yeah. We still it was still unspoiled mayor for the rest of the night while the scene I kill him. Remember we kept doing it was a major. The minus one here that. Oh, man. No, I know. I don't know what came over me. Remember we did it over and over and over again. It started just feel very stale and I was not pick it in like no one those period where we did like two or three takes, and we couldn't really pick up on what was wrong with it. And you just kept coming into the room and just being like. And seven. Finally, Jason had the brilliant idea and he said, why didn't Foucault's playing it very kind of really unstable, like really monthly just deranged and and finally, Jason's like, why don't we want you to very confidently like why in you said, why did I didn't? I don't know why didn't think of this? Why didn't you know? Why don't we try it and you'll being very confident and stuff. And I was like, oh, it was brilliant, changed everything from tastic. Each other. And then that was the loss take we did is just remember not seeing thinking, say Joseph. I don't think I can look at it. I think it might don't. If my daughter took a close off, I will try not to look at. And that's what he's acted right. By the way you have to be Jimmy stacked, humble actor show your is especially when they're so incredibly powerful, mysterious breakdown it..

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"jason isaacs" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"jason isaacs" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"But now without any further ado, let's jump right onto the stage the Los Angeles film school right after I introduced writer, director off Bernstein along with actors, Jason ISAACs, and India is lead to chat about their latest film. Look. Away. So India, I guess you could answer questions for both Maria Amorim because like on nice. All right, we got. We got only one of you here, so we'll try well. So look, you know, because we're sitting here at the film school. I always like to start with like how you were formally educated. If you were like also starting with you and coming down the line. Did you go to film school? Yes. Where'd you go? NYU. Okay. Was it good experience? What would it be something I think while you fan every phone schools kind of the same experience, I two years are awesome, and then it goes downhill, progressively, how? How did it? How did it go downhill? You just think you know everything you needed to learn and then he's just wanna fuck off. So I think that's kind of the universal film school experience. I think that is the universal film school experience, Jason. Were you formally trained. Yeah, I went storm school, but I went into law degree before that I law degree. Did you did you graduate? But within the first couple of weeks, I auditioned drunk by accident for play, and I found I love being in a rehearsal room, so I did thirty forty fifty plays or something before I went to drama school, but all those years of school, I was undergraduate law degree. And if you ask the people who were on my coast, they went recognize my face because I was doing plays mostly. That makes sense. That makes sense. And yet were you, were you formally trained anywhere now learning on the job. Actress and I kind of grew up onset, says pretentious is that sounds an I just always enjoyed just the entire the environment of being on the set really. So when would you say you started acting? I started like actually going out things when I was eleven. So fourteen years ago when you were Levin, essentially, the first quarter I could find was English girl in Mother, Theresa. Without something that was very seriously and I got cut out and those were paid for it, and I got my Saad called and that's fantastic. But really people came to know you've through the secret life of the American teenager and what was that experience like? Because awful lately. Lately on good police be on it was a five year trudge in. I know it went on for. I mean, I think the the other actors on the show, it'd be very vocal with how difficult it was. Tell me from your perspective as a performer, that's a bit boring. Isn't it? Not at all Choi. Interesting. All right then, I mean, actually it was a job that I did not want and I o dish ind for it trying not to get it because the character was described as a very Levin obsessed valley go. So I went to know I'm going to read to try and deadpan as possible, and I'm going to go in like a golf and they're not gonna want me and it's going to be over and I'm not going to have to deal here about this job anymore. And so I went and I was like, twelve or thirteen when Shing and I came out and I was like, that's not going to happen. And then my agent called me like literally right off right had this thought, and he said, you're going to networks now. Seven. Apparently the creates is just like clung to the idea of me, and it was five years. They didn't want knows five years. It's it's too bad lawyer ISAACs couldn't help you get out of your. Yeah, that would so bad. Without going into detail. Let's go into too much detail. I mean, let me ask some neutral questions was, was there a toxic workplace environment? Well, I mean it wasn't abusive, no, but but it could still be toxic without being abusive. But yeah, I mean, the actus want really happy because we won't really appreciate it. And that's a problem that was one. I'm not going to say who said it, and I don't even need. A name gives a shit, but. You know, she was one person who she actually came onto the sets as an example for rehearsal one day, and we were all one actress kind of stumbled on line because it was like five in the morning and we will.

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"jason isaacs" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"jason isaacs" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"Impossible fallouts at we'll hear from one of its stars, Rebecca Ferguson in just a bit. But first we've had loads of mama, Mia correspondents. We'll get a couple of these right now. Thank you to HANA get. She says, marks review. So normally hear marks view before I walked from this time. I just post the podcast as the interview starts eating last Friday show. So I was not prepared for the emotional roller coaster head. I wept. I don't often quiet films. Normally only happens when a dog dies. The first mama Mia was fun, but I didn't care that much the characters as there wasn't much box story or development. This one just blew me away. I thought it was Pathak with an unexpected in a good way. Emotional punch HANA twenty to thirty s. I'm more than a little bit in love. James. Hello to Jason ISAACs. What a wonderful trip to the cinema on a Sunday afternoon, mama. Mia is a joy and a great way to remember. There's truly nothing better in life than laughing singing and dancing smiling, having fun. I, I knew from the moment that I was in for a treat with familiar friends, but as soon as Pierce Brosnan started to sing me and my cinema-going companion burst into fits of laughter. And when the other two lots recreated Titanic on a ferry during the big musical number, I could not have been happier share three exclamation marks the great, Christine burn ski bronze ski. Sorry, Julie Walters on the mighty Garcia, mama. Mia, I'll be going again, Ashley mcgurk. Thank you so much for that. I love that John. I don't know what it is about this year that Andy Garcia has been hoisted up as the new sort of summer hotdog say, played the same part in book club, and it was great. He's very charming when Cher just stuns up and goes for Nando chist. It's so great share ever played a nun. I don't think she has ever played on like my seamless Lincoln to talking about nuns. We're talking about from called the non and we thought it might be quite fun just to get your your favorite performances depictions, that kind of thing of nuns in your cinema going time. Thank you to join stop who says, surely Shirley, MacLaine disguised as a nun entomb us for sister Seder alongside the great Clint Eastwood, for instance, tongue-in-cheek. What about Hudson hawk under McDowell as a vodka non agent, I knew I'm being small minority, but stone love this movie best unseen ever. The cliff scene from black NAR Narcisse Narcisse too many systems nurses or the filthy mouths, and but attitude scenes from the blues brothers on different sides food, yes, for corporate blues brother's now, this is we've checked this. One on it's it's it's watchable at Newton. John's bake guns, it's knock to foam. It was on Netflix a few years ago, Mark driving home from Scotland. Few people in of mentioned this foam, say two thousand and ten action, comedy thriller doubt, oh doubt yet. That's why I'm throwing in there. If you want to get involved plead do so you can Email us may be don't quote it UK or you can take an eight, five, five, eight right then to remove onto an mission. Impossible. First collision mind us KANU reminds us way we're up to on the CDs or higher Rebecca's car to fit soon while the single important I know class the thing you really need to say or even know, but rogue nation is. But I think the important thing is that she was introduced in rogue nation. That was the first film that we saw Rebecca Ferguson as Elsa Faust, who is an MSA Asian. So she gets embroiled. In Ethan hunt and his adventures to track down the syndicate, which no one's quite sure if they're real and all, but that she doesn't come up in full out atoll..

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"jason isaacs" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"jason isaacs" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"Your brief appearance which was not expected or invited but now we've moved on and we're sticking with our true love as robin just said so it's goodbye to its hello it's jason isaacs and goodbye to jeremy irons goodbye to all that you have delighted us enough mr owens taryn strong my previous correspondence as contained film reviews to you and now right on another matter was listening to last week's program i queued to collect tickets to see flight of the conchords as rob brydon disgust nose plugs in half naked men's bodies on your show who should i see when i turned around from the ticket booth it's the man himself it's mr brighton i smiled broadly and did what anywhere detainee would do and i left him in peace finally i can count myself among the many to experience witter witter related coincidence this way you had something amusing no because i think that was amusing innovate sarah oh also conscious of time moving on oh the reigning myself in yes never been known before now we know but we're up against the clock so if i take a long time getting ten getting increasingly an older bleed annoy even bother looking okay box he's talked tannin q at seventeen so if you're in a real hurry we wouldn't be bothering to do leave metro is because leave no trace is just wonderful is the debra granik film and it's got this absolutely brilliant centralist by thompson hawk mackenzie and it's about father and a daughter living off the grade on the outskirts of portland oregon and it's on the one hand the tempest is a kind of archetype behind it and it's also about being a post traumatic stress and the father daughter relationships and i loved it and when we were reviewing it on the pregnant i was reviewing it and you're listening i welled up because i i was so overwhelmed by talking about the film it and i've had so many people over the past week alongside those is saying i'm not having an exist jeremy irons nonsense saying i now i understand because they went see the film and they felt they now fit exactly the same way that even thinking about it makes them well up andrew osborn i've just been see leave no trace in our beloved cameo cinnamon edinburgh i'm pleased i found the time to do so the phillies like a masterclass in less is more filmmaking one might go so far as to say it is perfect i love how lean it is minimal dialogue showing not telling the lack of focus on backstory the fact that it deals with really difficult issues but also has hope and humanity if anna busby great seven flute and grey to piano dare we've done nothing wrong and then why did you run on a regular visit to that's that's a very good with my fiancee claire we decided to watch leave no trace knowing absolutely nothing about it we often have different tastes in films she loved life of the party for example i found it overly reliant on bad improv anyway we were both extremely affected by this film the relationship between the two central characters is so real a nuanced you totally believe it and therefore and all the decisions they make and reactions each one of them has what i enjoyed most was the way the film expressed the ina journeys of the two central characters tom's yearning to be a part of something and try out everything in conflict with her father psychological need for solitude in sympathy a father endorser who love each other so much but cannot inhabit the same world however hard they try the highest compliment i can give is that we both cried at the end which is remarkable as claire has always been a simon but i'm a mum when it comes to film related lacrima city and i thank you very much for.

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"jason isaacs" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"jason isaacs" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"Hello to jason isaacs wonderful active death of stalin always so good yes huge tennis fed and you've gotta with john lloyd nothing was happening in the match point and just to prove it was deliberate angie tweeted afterwards to say he was glad someone got the reference and so we've had kirsty young now andrew cotter cornering the market in classy scottish broadcasters and andrew tennis countries great and his rugby coventry is first rate so this is very good when you well i would think there must be a world cup commentator who we can john murray maybe jonathan just get someone to just drop in wintertime reference and we could honor them in in in a big way so let's get it out there for the world cup coach mark chapman okay mont chapman okay it's down to you let's see if we can get some kind of reference to jason isaacs in that box office top ten let's try and skip through this show we said we get some films so we're gonna get we're going to do oceans eight but we're going to do the bulk of his top ten first of all just say very credit number five is raised three which wasn't press screen so if you have any race three stuff let's no in the next two minutes okay right oh even faster is the top ten anyway at not in ocean say isn't there no because opened on monday okay but we will discuss it 'cause loads of people who've yet show number ten is bladerunner secret cinema still still bright by runs still brilliant show dogs and benign nodoze better there's no snow dogs show dogs is any good no it's rubbish no dogs is better than show dogs sherlock gnomes is at number eight once again still not understanding the elton john meets animated gnomes thing number seven avengers infinity wool and hanging on in the demonstrating that it's appeal has definitely gone beyond the holco fans who might thought to it you know it's it's coal market was the hulk fans at the more you're invested in the adventures the more you'll get out of it i thought it was okay but i wasn't anything like swept away as the devotees have been i now know a couple of people who've seen it three times wow book club is an mistakes which i have yet to see long gonna catch up with that this sunday afternoon it feels like it does on the right and see i was going to see on wednesday afternoon and it just didn't happen but i'm so he's sunday afternoon can i suggest that you go having had pizza with a good lady professor who endorse he's already seen it but she can go again no she enjoyed it once but i think i think just puts you in a good frame of mind yeah well we can have pizza and then she can do something else race three is at number five i don't know because it hasn't been pressed green so that's what i was saying if you anyone race three deadpool to visit number full deputy which i think is nothing like as good as the first one i'm surprised that it's done as well as it has actually because i thought it was a disappointment off the first one solo star wars toys number three i think we've covered that pretty much except to say once again that there's nobody that hates star wars movies like star wars fans i have i don't understand anyone getting cross about solo i i i just don't understand that it's such an innocuous film it's kind of fun and pull bentley's terrific so number two is hereditary so i'm i'm going to go all right john hill over time i've enjoyed becoming acquainted with the distinctive ago of your show and one that i've often had the question mark over is your collective use of the term sniffy sniffy review well the word seems to imply smallmindedness or snobbery the only common thread i can find is that sniffy is normally a term used to refer to reviews for films that you liked but someone else didn't which brings me to your review for hereditary loss week okay well i agreed with a fair few parts of your review i was annoyed a you seem to spend a lotta time assessing it in terms of how it does not warrant.

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"jason isaacs" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"jason isaacs" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"But it's a struggle for power there's this really hilarious scene where they're at the ceremony for his funeral and bosomy and tamboura standing next to each other and they're not sorry separated by a couple of other by another cabinet member and they're like they're supposed to be like really just silent and respectful but they're like we talk about the we gotta talk about like who's going to succeed in whatever i got a plan for getting the space out of power kind of thing xiaomi just suggests like switch places with me switch places with me to the other guy during the middle of the ceremony and the other guys like no we're not we can't move in place no tram wars like what are you doing we can't move in the middle of the thing and boo we'll make it look like it's part of the ceremony this elaborate march walkout turns around and the guy list which places with him and then he moves back like well never mind like it's great moments like death stalin at just came out and this week check it out it's fun especially if you like veep if you like that style stuff rupert friend is pretty great jason isaacs is great he's kind of james gandolfini played the shitty characte like not shitty he was like this this military man angry like so filmed before years ago gandolfini played him in the loop is it was that kind of character go to cool so i know that this weekend this week they weren't a lot of film isaacs that we both wanted to know that we're going to talk about this now which was thoroughbreds which from the first trailer i really really wanted to see some big films that came out this week that i'm really not interested in seeing wrinkle in time i heard it's good for kids i mean i just didn't like the design that's it for me i just didn't like the visual design some not that interesting a lot of people.

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"jason isaacs" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"jason isaacs" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"His yeah that one hit that that the firing squad is looming over everyone yeah and to everyone is scheming against each other and so you've got these great carrots is played by the likes of michael palin even go simon russell bill you've got it jason isaacs is in the jeffrey tumbler is really really funny and everyone is just constant stay a panic it's it's brilliantly written the dong is great because everyone is being so careful with a words nobody is saying exactly what they mean gather a couple of moments in this movie that that for me were really pie than ask there's a there's a moment at the beginning of the movie were putty kansteiner plays a a guy who is overseeing a recording of an orchestra and stalin himself custody of the movie overseas rebel the death of stalin but stalin is a character for the first twenty minutes of it as stalin calls up party kansteiner goes just after yorkshire finish plant and goes dabbas i want to imf nights organic won a recording of tonight's performance and then as a whole back and forth on the phone like what did he say when he said and it's it's you know the because if you get this wrong if you get this wrong he knows he will be killed and it's a very funny sequence that manages to mine a humor from this really darkest of subject matters i wasn't as blown away by this movie of them completely honest as you were a lot of people have this is probably the best refute comedy of the year and has had a lot of competition in fairness but you get his five stars nick an you absolutely adore this i just what it was masterful the the maastricht atone because this would have been so easy to get wrong and i mean you look at it and i think it's a miracle is this one is but it's not funny old way for you and there were points where it does just addressed the darkness in this one karcher in particular who is the stuff he does his these unspeakably.

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"jason isaacs" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"jason isaacs" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Situations like this week so we should we should do yes fear throwing good will do that so here it is jason isaacs enjoy thank you so we are thrilled to be able to say only import put costello to jason isaacs uh hello bacteria poed coasties how are you sir i'm pretty good loves his about a couple of days told him owes film everywhere and uh i'm embarrassed so i love it i think three great film of budget kill audiences so uh the being dis my life who have had to go garang telling people to go see something that's may be no good this is great yeah well the film obviously is the death of stalin or just noted too much earlier that's right i noted yeah we could hear the the the air we could feel in moving towards the mark fine eib so you played general zubcoff is that right some aip schuckall zhukov figure eyes are notes russia and his onshore it's a whole bunch of guttural noises the michael mayberry he played with absorb yorkshire broke for me so broke me i don't issues about were braga i've heard it applied to irish but never anything else and also means shoes i thought were it's you don't play with any sort of shoe based aksener lonzo uh there's a weird thing that some journalist me saying uh i wonder why he decided not to go with russian accents but the fact is that if you spoke with the russian accent you'd be you'd be telling the audience was speaking of secondlanguage yes it will be speaking with the forex and there's no speaker are like all these people in all from diff bus the soviet union the speaking with roe next so when i got the script 'if became a knife lunda and.

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"jason isaacs" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"jason isaacs" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Only an mambo gas this week is guest overload is jerry butlers storms in to talk about jesus stormed jason isaacs jobs by hello to jason isaacs by the way to talk about the death of style and on daniel radcliffe pops into talk about jungle that is gassed overload all that i'm more on the movie podcast once again hasn't high time right a script but hopefully lay won't notice alapat i'm chris you it's i welcome to the empire podcast this week i'm joined as ever a part of the last two weeks when dipped just two people in the room by two colleagues of such lethal coming first up is our west wing guru a man who clubs to give things a shame really should read the script is james dyer although i seen the neuron soak in film i really liked it there's a surprise isn't it uh yeah no surprise i of course you you earn you're a discerning you would if parents were committed bad film you would call amount that when you absolutely but it's never going to him a you'd want an eighty thousand what or history on i probably would whether this is this is direct horio vibe you as well so it's it's doubly exciting wrote underwritten what is this until devoted his mali's gains mali's game discotheque stein would yet up polka it is about poker in that i'm very much looking forward to this is gonna be a lot of fun to see how it turns out also join this is jurassic world's star but crucially not jurassic world's fallen kingdom star we don't know that yet well um i've had words with people in high powerplay lays filmed me while i was sleeping now the guy was just me how i'd like to alec tories whenever late at night and reenact parnell activity chilling but yes the naacp assembling aluminium ice yogurt amaury mckay good excellent excellent via this is all is all been recorded a little bit on the flying this week as opposed to basically was happened 80s about a few weeks ago on the podcast we got two.

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"jason isaacs" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"jason isaacs" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"It's okay he'll folks sooner or later this going to be a superhero ethic about this particular clash and it will play whole h no one will also be played has fared psalm one sold tight my bullock john which really can be set of some okay i quite down settled down nick you also went lazar trick discovery panel i did i did it was yeah i mean i was hoping for a bit more footage they showed the trade with online and they were very kind of keiichi with we've story stuff jason isaacs was there he rocked frankly he's amazes me we were hoping to get him on this podcast but he had to run to go out to la for friends winning yoohoo story yup toes goodbye to jason isaacs husky buddy james beginner that was that was that was funny was moderated by rain wilson who uni what poss this is possibly the west on it to the best one alto yes we will posturing wilson in this hotel earlier today i also will past i must beck bennett back fernandes saturday night live while who i'm a big fan of him especially his portrayal of lowtomid peterson he plays pete in opposite alec baldwin's trump and post him say that we've gotten mechanism as have you walk past anyone have i won't put yes i walked past microalgae keno i wouldn't even recognize them if fraternity 100 you at well he had his he had his if you see history to feed or his interim feet he has often out in about a short of a trademark sort of white ish trilby massive kiara poignant on himself in with the words i am michael jesus has a he just as a tshirt on the list all his pond i was putting worldly though he could not actually punting at the time but i can't believe he had just come from somewhere where he was putting ex yeah he was my favorite celebrities while i think and our own emma thrower i believe would have been thrill to issue residence we walked past today doug jones.

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"jason isaacs" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"jason isaacs" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"No fresh packs of backseats an yes a spring everyone back he played math matthew magnetic civil could come back from that could absorb these in it is to be like downton abbey in zombies applied bridges and some bs excessively jayme sheriff sippy back from the dead and matthew back from the debt and you know okay yeah i didn't know why qu i want to see what mr carson's been up to you know in his dotage in his retirement in his cultural mr carson mr karlsson i have ever seen on you you were on a plane with mr calls niece from reading a judging charter s dacia food from a topsecret it's a mountain but thomas course has taken over as butler since mr costumer todd and that was a bit of a shock jim carter of course can be heard in this week's transformers the last night as cogs men may be o'brien will come back we've not seen house in something serious to well one can only so many questions chris i'm glad semantics on don't ask it added some more news we're going to rip through quickly i would say one of increase stephanie talk about is the you yes was gonna senate um we have our free i look and jason isaacs as the doomed captain on star trek captain soon to be dead probably in episode form i would like to know that but come on come on does that look like a man who's going to be hanging around in episode eight no doesn't he looks he looks stern he looks like he's got a little bit of selfawareness is basically jason isaacson a blue onsy yamanaka wild either uniform it's a bit did not nahvi it we like the nahvi i do the nafie i'll just dumping the ship bridge of the united states fleet vessel um yeah it's it's interesting gabriel we not gabriel luca um it's interesting to see him on that there are a lot of there are lots of problems with star trek discovery if if one is a tricky part of it is the setting so this is the prime star trek universe not the ultimate starter universe who doesn't take place in the film she the rest takes place the tv searching but it takes place ten years before cuck and spokes foggia mission on the enterprise mmm.

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