17 Burst results for "Joan Allen"

"joan allen" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"joan allen" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"CPA answer your email questions once again folks again email question comment question concerned thought whatever that you want comment even got your money wealth dot com scroll down click aunts Joan Allen the air service voice recording or you can pop in email right there on our web site at Chatham I remember him give us a terrible reveal simply sucked in and take it back so I told my dad I was thinking of another Sir yeah I you know because we like to read the negative reviews yeah we giggle too much and we have a our invoices with S. the announcer so you what my voice it's so bad a truce switch it up every now and again yeah I try to go a little deeper yeah well that's that's better this site I like that seven that's as mine yeah yeah all right so I I all the time people come up to me is you got to you got a rate good radio voice yeah do you get that never ever tell you guys have faces for radio yeah this is that now it's going to be yep therefore for ways to save than ever that we always the sales Intel you Sir do a TV show yeah then I guess we have created so we were making all right anyway the lipstick that is coming in from Louisville Kentucky so we found that out from in this so the people for their phone number on the form and so I go based on the area we're not going to call you we would like to know where you're from that's kind of the the the the rules of our show that we'd like to now then we can talk about you know them yeah it's people in the mood because when I start reading the question they're gonna be thinking about like Kentucky Bourbon right that's what I'm thinking about right now I'm thinking about a baseball bat and I'm not even into sports yeah okay want that little little slickness shows you kind of our differences yeah well yeah yeah yeah I know what you think about got it join now I'm a regular listener of your podcast you both combined with any make it very interesting him informational good job my question is about after tax contributions by wife's employer allows for after tax four oh one K. contributions this is separate from one route for one K. which I'm aware of my plan is to contribute to after tax for when Kate and roll this over to a Roth IRA which he eventually leaves the employer employer does not allow in service role or at this point said she already has some traditional line arrays as of now will there be any consequences like a pro rata rule for back to arrive do existing IRA balance affect my plant after tax for one K. roll over to rob please educate me on this great show over Tuesday's kudos to you on the team will thank you cheetah no there's no program to rules because they're two separate accounts right you got an IRA that's under one tax on you got section for one K. which is under something completely different so yeah but that is confusing so any irate needs to be aggregated as if there were one I. R. A. but that rule does not count when it's a four oh one K. or a for three D. for example you can have multiple four oh one K. accounts with multiple after tax contributions of it and there's no program to rule correct the great yep it's only the I. R. A. world correct in I would double check the in service because most cases freedom after tax dollars are always not always what's what's often often usually bailable maybe she doesn't have access to the full amount right just but the after tax dollars are often available to put into a rock yeah and the sooner you that she can do it the better because then all the future growth in the route this tax free so for those of you that have after tax contributions in a four one K. plan or have the ability to put after tax contributions into a four oh one K. plan our advice is always to take a look in in potentially courage for individuals to do that because then you could take those after tax contributions in directly convert those into a Roth like GM is asking us yeah what what the color of mega that's a big big **** back door it's a barn door it's simple it's a barn door okay yeah it's a barn door conversion nine I'm not a backdoor spawned or a barn door off so yeah double check that because so she could put money after tax those dollars the in the four one K. plan and then you convert those directly into the rough so you could put up to around fifty some odd thousand dollars into a defined contribution plan so she could do a Roth IRA or Roth four oh one K. right up to the Max in that she could put double that just about after tax contributions take the after tax contributions in convert them or if the plan truly doesn't allow in in service distribution on those after tax dollars which I've never seen but never practiced in Kentucky so I'm not sure what employers who works at so **** out but but but it's a great strategy he listens to a lot of podcasts because it becomes confused with some other yeah yes has to all right hopefully the pressure was on because I want to hopefully gives a nice comment it would hold your breath right now but I want to ask you all a question how long well current savings last in retirement do you know that what is your strategy to minimize soul soul security benefits did I say minimize the you want to maximize your social security benefits you have a strategy to do that I bet you have a strategy to minimize them.

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"joan allen" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"joan allen" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"joan allen" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"joan allen" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"I'd like to start giving the Shah shout outs to people who deserve them but never get them and what were some of the best ones you gave. He's he's <hes> people never get give a shout out to the bathroom the guy in the public bathroom who has all the mints in the mouthwashes and all that kind of stuff appreciate. I hit them well though and this is the second time the first time not second time Tim. I'll always come back and say that's nice. That's see that Ma- that makes you classy you also. What do you say seeing eye dogs once? It's not just under appreciated so he gave him. I gave dogs a shout out. I did is not just getting tips or not. I get into it is that you have to be in the bathroom while other people are in the bathroom. It's terrible like that trillion well. The joys isn't sounds and smells. Get Out of air quality we get it. We understand what happens yeah it. Was You know dogs that that sniff the bombs and bomb sniffing dogs yeah you gotTa give them a shout out. That's a tough job now are now. Let's do a caveat to this. WHO's our character in a movie day eight shutouts that you would give shadow two or an entity not on purpose? I gave a shout out to the doctor. Who did the faceoff unheard unsung hero guy won by much? It's not a movie that doctor gets killed after he does Nick H.. Kills so does the face swap up with Travolta at the end of the movie and here's something else that I can't talk about face off without mentioning. It's absurd it's outrageous. Ending Joan Allen is the wife and we know in hindsight and we can let her off the hook that she didn't now that Travolta that that that Nick Cage had taken the body of John Travolta listen. It's a little suspect that this is your longtime. Lover Your Soul Mate..

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"joan allen" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"joan allen" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"I appreciate that. I appreciate doing something different. Absolutely. No. And then I think with like the Tobey Maguire character in his different like whether he's being David or whether he's being bud like, he's a sensitive guy. Who is like there's a whole scene where he puts makeup on his mom like how many? But then the last seen with him in gin has mirror. Right. Exactly. Where where he's comforting her his, you know, she's having romantic problems with her boyfriend or whatever. Yeah. Please clean up her makeup. So that's it's obviously a callback. That you see you seem Joan Allen doing it. Now, he's doing this real mom. But that makes that moment so much more tender. Yeah. Steve I feel like and his character doesn't go from bad to good. He just goes from repressed to less repressed, which is like a cool a cool arc to see someone. Go through. Any other final thoughts about the movie? I think it holds up really well in general, I think it holds up really, well, the performances still feel real. That's the thing to pieces, even if the whole is not perfect to three the pieces or absolutely worth it. And if you can sort of deal with the other stuff, of course, someone watching it for the first time going to have a completely different experience. And that's true of all movie. Sure. If you love something you love it. And so I can't look at it now and say, well, let me be completely objective again. I love movie I've seen it a million times. But I do think compared to some especially it holds up. Well, yeah, I think aside from like the very like late nineties idea of like progressivism of sure should white people who turned to technicolor is the same thing as the civil rights movement. But aside for aside from that like, yeah, I do genuinely think this movie holds up pretty well. I still enjoy it. I'll still watch it. I just have to point out that there's like trivia in the beginning where David's like practicing for the the marathon. And one of the questions is what did bud and Mary sue. In cat that they found in the gutter the answer is marmalade which I for that. You know, Paddington is his favorite food. So just have to mend just shout out to Paddington. Is there a part you feel like Alfred Molina would have played well in this movie? Oh, I think he would have been a good mayor because he's oh, you know, what he plays Jason leave? We'll he plays basically that same character in shock LA. I know. Mr. Johnson has your say, I as I love, I love Jeff Daniels. But I love Alfred Molina in a romantic role. Sure. Yeah. That would be my pick. Okay. Yeah. That's great those. That's my final thought on. Does this movie pass the Bechtel tests? Yes, it does. It does a couple of times a few of them are just like very throwaway moments. Where Joan Allen is like I just love that sweater on you Mary sue it's so flattering says. Thank thanks. And then there's a couple other like have breakfast now like get off to school and she's like, I'm not hungry..

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"joan allen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"joan allen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"That's not how they made the movie though. Yeah. You don't get a voice over from him. You get John hurt as the narrator, but you don't necessarily get too much of an insight on grim. We until the very end when he decides basically kill himself because he will always be an outsider. He will never be loved. He can never experienced that. But is that what he wanted? Did he want to be loved? I mean that was the whole issue that I had was a what does he exactly want? Okay. He wants to be able to replicate. And and preserve these these sense. These things that move him. Okay. Why? The PC never had anything. And at the end now that he's done it. It's like now it's not worth it anymore. I know I just had the sense the book had to have gone into this more and and been more explicable. But the it doesn't feel like the movie was interested. And that's that. I would criticize about the movie I did not feel like the movie was interested in actually showing us or getting under the skin of this guy. Even though he's our main character. He I suppose he kinda reminds me of like Hannibal Lecter where you don't necessarily know exactly what's motivating Hannibal. But a lot of times it's more like what is propriety what does Hannibal wants to enjoy the arts and his drawings and do all this kind of stuff. And if somebody makes him mad, or is is is rude in some way to him, then he will eat them. But yeah, I I agree that there's not a whole lot of motivation. I like that you see throughout the film that grim. We once he starts to learn. About cents. And then when he learns that you can start to capture sense through through the Dustin Hoffman character. And then he wants to know more. How can I capture this other sent he gets so upset when he's trying to capture the sense of like glass or metal? And then he has to learn about on flaws. So it's this constant stepping up of things. But yet to make that next leap to now going to take the sense from these women, even though we had that one character introduced earlier that he wanted to capture her sent for all time. Yeah. That is a little bit of a stretch to go there. And it's interesting that you bring up Hannibal Lecter because the one movie that kept coming up in my mind when I watched this the first time afterwards when I was thinking of it was Michael Mann's manhunter in nineteen eighty six just because. Okay. This is another movie in that movie. The serial killer liked to kill whole families. So it's not just about women. But I was a very it's Michelman. It's very very very male Centric every. Most everybody in the movie is a guy except there are two female supporting characters and both of them have agency one is will Graham's wife played by Kim greased and one is the deaf lady who yes, she's blind played by Joan Allen who does not have really great sense of people and be friends and kind of falls into relationship with for instance, dollar hide who turns out to be buffalo Bill or serial killer. That's not really a spoiler. Because it's presented in the movie pretty matter of factly..

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"joan allen" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"joan allen" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"I wish this film was a little bit sleazy or regained just reflection in some glasses of faceless, Nick, cage, smoking cigarettes, just have fun with pus dripping and have them walking around with no face. I wish we got more of that. Yeah. I wanted Frank from hellraiser here. I wanted to see the face. I wanted to see him doing the eyedrops because he has. I Liz I do like the sound design that he you could tell he's trying to talk like he doesn't have lips. In fact, I actually started mimicking. I started seeing is he doing it. Right. Prompt? Would know there. How do I shown it turned out a little bit like, Sean Connery? But I think that more of this would be better when we see the reflection looks like somebody just smeared grape jam on his face if something. Yeah. I was definitely thinking hellraiser beat them to the punch by ten years. And I I thought that I could give the movie the premise. But now, I mean, this is just really bad that this is the way that it all happened, and you could take half a day, and right this so that it would work with more plausibility unless you don't want plausibility. And so I must only accept us as camp we're trying to make it bad. I'm just saying that if the action is good and enthralling and often then I'm going to go with the film that stupid a lot better than I'm going to. If it's also dull, okay? So. So filmmakers everywhere, if your movie isn't working just raised the money for some action scenes and arty will like it and half of America. Have you seen the box office deters for transformers? But you don't like those. Here's what I'm trying to meet this movie yet, I'm trying to find why someone would enjoy this film. I know it's not made for me. That's why I never even saw it. And so what is it that people like the mimicry, right? It's the parody once they get going here of cage is going to spoof, Travolta, and Travolta is going to learn how to get a little uncared. Yes. That and there's something there when Travolta who's now castor Troy goes to Travolta's house. And they're at papa's got a brand new band helped me understand that. That is entertaining for you. That moment is something he wants to see. Yes. Because we're getting to see a fish out of water you talking about what he's going to molest his daughter. Yeah. What the hell is this? Because that is the moment where I'm like. Ooh. Okay. Cut this scene. It's a little creepy. But it also provides the things I thought Stuart would want tension. We don't want to see this girl molested, but they got really even talking about that. They don't even go there with that the sexual assault becomes with the wife. That's who gets raped, but not the daughter. The daughter is going to get a knife. Which is just heavy heavy foreshadowing for her eventually sticking him with it. I thought she would get the kill actually that was one of the times. I was surprised by this film. One of the things I thought was interesting. They don't really go there. They maybe pay a little bit of lip service. But watching Travolta as castor Troy have to get used to the suburban life looks through his wife's diary, and she sees how board she is an awful date night. And so it's got a sweet like, oh, I'm going to have this candle dinner at there are moments where I could see. Oh, yeah. If you wanted to make this a good body. Swap movie that you can have some interesting moments about. Serial killer getting used to suburbia. They don't really go there though, just looking at Joan Allen, they said up something here that I thought was going to like, oh, well, you just told me how she's going to figure it out. I don't think it ever even comes up Travolta before he goes away for the procedure to go undercover. In the prison Travolta is holding his chest and going oh my God the anniversary remember this scar..

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"joan allen" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"joan allen" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"This is the funny part. And of course, this is from an Israeli newspaper. It says his wife and son are suspected of knowing of his activity but doing nothing about it. I don't know if that's a formal charge. But he also was busted with a big role of stickers that say like paid for. Thank you for coming that kind of thing. Oh, so that was part of his deal. He would go in there, and like put that on his big TV bucks, or whatever I wonder if that disqualifies him as a kleptomaniac though. I don't think why. Because he preplanned it. Because one of the things Royden rich is the have we say his name. Yeah. The author of this article PHD, no. Isn't it? No. Craig freundlich. I know there's no there's not a totally invented that. Okay. I've been reading it that way for two and a half year. We're going to call him, Dr Freud. Okay. Okay. Dr Freud pointed out that people who are kleptomaniacs true kleptomaniacs or I from what I gather. We don't call them kleptomaniacs. We call him people with kleptomaniac, right? Don't go into a store intending to steal. They don't go to steal their just overcome by the impulsive and their in store. Yeah. That makes sense. The other thing that makes that guy he is a candidate for a person with kleptomaniac is that he's a man. Yeah. Women more often, and this is a little Hanky too. But women are are more often diagnosed with kleptomaniac, but that is slanted a little bit. Because I think it said that women are less likely to admit to it or to report it to like their psychiatrists that kind of thing. No men to men who steal go to prison. Women who still well psychiatric evaluation. Yeah. So that that could definitely Slater the population. But tradit-. People think that clip the mania is a feminine disorder you ever seen the ice storm. No need to really great movie. He said that shamefully I do feel kind of shamed. Actually, the mother and daughter Joan Allen, and Christina Ricci both shoplift in that film at separate times. Heartbreakers this Sigourney Weaver in what's her name? Jennifer lafayette. Yeah. No. I'm talking about the ice storm. I don't think. So. Yeah. In fact, I think Jon Allen, actually steals lipstick. There you go. Maybe that was me. It is one of my favorite movies. Hey, dude. Let's talk about the new podcast done in conjunction with twenty three and me called spit from our own iheartradio podcast. Yeah. That's right. Hosted by the delightful and EMMY award winning writer, bear Thurston. Yeah. I remember baritone day. Sure. Of course, everybody remembers berry berry, tune day is hosting spit and sits down with the artists slash celebrity, and a topic expert each week to kind of talk into different stuff that has to do with what happens when you find out more about yourself when you learn about your DNA and your genetic makeup. Yeah. It's really cool, man. They talk about genetics and race. And like the modern definition of what family is outsmarting our genes. It's like right up. Our alley right? Embarrassed Tunde sits with people like John legend Whitecliffe clutch. John Pete Wentz, Melissa Ethridge, basically everybody. And it's pretty amazing. And if you want to check it out, you can listen to full episodes now on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Yes. Josh early teens and twenties if we're talking more about the pattern is usually when it begins. Yeah. But it can run up to I think they've found. Clip the maniacs in their late seventies. Yeah. Didn't we do a story about Japanese elderly that are stealing? Yeah. Just so they'll get caught and like have a friend. Yeah. They're so lonely. They're trying to obviously make friends with the police being arrested. So that's not kleptomaniac. That's That's your your shopping shopping nothing. nothing. And I don't know it's thinking about when I saw that in the late seventies. I thought of that Seinfeld episode where Jerry finds out that his parents still batteries in intern finds out that almost all elderly people steal better. That's good. Yeah. For their tip calculators, go. The Willard I'm real in..

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"joan allen" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"joan allen" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Parts of your body of growing faster than others. Also, the thing that I find so endearing about this character I feel like is like the towel about everything you need to know about this character from the first. Well, really from the first thing that she's in when she's watching TV is that she's, she is always covering herself up Yemen down, like she is just so not sure how to feel about her body even though she's like doing all this precocious stuff. She still clearly extremely uncomfortable about everything and wake half half the seams. She's wearing this like Cape just like a tent over her body, which feel important. Yeah, it's it's a, it's a great. It's a great teen teen character, even though it's an amazing team care. Yeah, I remember day of her mom seeing her biking and being like, oh, she seems different because no one's looking at her. Yeah, and it's like the mom says this really profound thing. Christine reaches like shut the. Deal with emotions. Like a person that's good. Joe Allen is very well cast and she's playing. She's like, I had a thought about your internal. Jesus, what the fuck? What are you talking about? Kevin, Kline tells the story on like one of the retrospective criterion documentaries where he walked by Joan Allen, and she was sitting somewhere around location, like not in her trailer, pointedly with the script and with a cigarette sort of staring off into the middle distance and like very Joan Allen way. And he was just like, she's so fucking intense. Like look at just the amount of energy she's putting into this thing, and then he was like, should I be doing that? Is that like she a better actor, the me, and then he went to the craft service table. Kevin, you know, he's on her. Like he just, I don't know. He's very technical, but like people were like, Joan Allen is one of those actors who sometimes the move she's doing almost imperceptible. It's like it just feels like she's internalizing much as she can and then they call action and she tries to move as little as possible, you know. But this is like she. She said, she was very disappointed by the response because this was she thought the best she's ever been. Well, she still thinks it's the best she's ever been in and you kinda get the sense of like this is kind of the perfect Joan Allen character and you imagine her going like this, is it? This is the one? Yeah, this is my. You know. So I'm not really aware of the response to it all, but I don't know if that's something you guys wanted us. No later opened up the can from us we can talk about. So like like I said, he James shameless read this book. Like I think even before published books published in ninety four and he brings it to angry and he says, like, oh my God, like you said, like this movie means a lot. It spoke means a lot to me an angry loves it. He loves the image of the father. Finding the dead child then crying like he's like, he's like, yes, that's a movie. Okay. Smells like an English movie. So he wants to make it and then he gets hired on to sense insensibility. So this movie gets sort of delayed and then it gets made, but they said they were filming this went sense and sensibility got the Oscar nominations, right? So it was a pretty quick cash in. They probably made it right in like early ninety. Six said he went up to him on set that Dan. So congratulations. And he said, what. Like he was just like, so kind of into his thing. But this was like he was just kind of moving along. Gayley was gonna keep on making films this film was at the Cana film festival, yeah, wins best screenplay won best screenplay, which is a minor Kim's, but still it was well received. I think it was released by boxer who are like, you know, an awards studio, but it's releasing September and yeah, and it said November lies the things number twenty seven..

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"joan allen" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"joan allen" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I which was like my dip in i feel like was i did a really small part in independent movie joan allen someone dropped out and it was like a smaller part of one of the sisters and i thought maybe i can try it because i'm not the lead and i'll see what that feels like and it was so good because joan is so she's full of such grace in such talent and i was like oh and she's nice and she's enjoying her life and she's really good at it so i was like oh she's succeeding like it's it's working out for her but she was like a good barker from me but i i really watched her to think like you know someone surviving in a way that i like and she did so just there was that there was the new play really up to four many series into the west this is still very for tnt the most i mean nominated program of that year and then a bunch of movies so it's mission impossible three two thousand six in two thousand seven both waitress and august rush oh so it's like seems clearly you're not itching to go back into a regular on tv series right away right right and so how would you describe the types of thumb parts that were generally site your way at that point in time like we're you thrilled with a variety of them a lot of nice mom i think there's something about my face that screams nice pregnant girl because they were all pregnant i don't know why right something that's like she would be a nice lovely.

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"joan allen" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"joan allen" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Oh yeah and write down that title folks direct really plug in this one because it's such a good movie and you and samuel l jackson both play interesting character rod lurie wrote and directed it and you play very interesting layered characters and the story takes a couple of unexpected turns you think you know what you're watching but then maybe don't maybe somewhere else yeah i mean i i agree rod is a really talented director and writer he had at that point written and directed the contender that was that was fantastic and he had an amazing cast for that film that was joan allen jeff bridges gary oldman right it just incredible incredible film and when we signed onto this it was like a it was a very personal story for him and and we and we shot it quickly and everything came together i think really well it just didn't quite achieve audience i don't know i'm not quite sure why i never understand why some movies slip through the cracks do sometimes there are reasons you know this company went under or you know or something else happened you know or orphaned some way but this one deserved a bigger wider audience and still can get one because you can watch it that's that's the good thing of course about access now you can't see theater screen perhaps but you can you can experience the movie yeah and so it doesn't die doesn't go away.

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"joan allen" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"joan allen" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Months oh yeah jim thomas the not flynn zdf zip by holy cow visit by snow enough there by jazz the vast up pride if i don't like not do all right i know my gone not do right right i know my jonah nutty right ride through very good luck can i get my teens shouted is that you know could be shot slow down why ugandan saddening now you want me doubt i beg you down that same among monday g ganja can only he been asleep liners leave for people the bomb leave this powerful away right i don't like that will not do don't let go nuts oh my god not too right all right very good luck la la land maybe piggyback wise amy that scene needs joan allen allen no i'm not the show mother's rahm hence a magic same thing digging make you gehrig rabin ordering showdown jordan who does your rig wjr dan you know next brighton rodman to no mark that will not to ride variety ride nuts all right not to ride no my going nuts oh my god all right very to let go nuts not nuts the ambroise a a mm hmm and in in these nam nam nam nam known no though oh boy.

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"joan allen" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"joan allen" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Months oh yeah jim thomas the not flynn zdf zip by holy cow visit by snow enough there by jazz the vast up pride if i don't like not do all right i know my gone not do right right i know my jonah nutty right ride through very good luck can i get my teens shouted is that you know could be shot slow down why ugandan saddening now you want me doubt i beg you down that same among monday g ganja can only he been asleep liners leave for people the bomb leave this powerful away right i don't like that will not do don't let go nuts oh my god not too right all right very good luck la la land maybe piggyback wise amy that scene needs joan allen allen no i'm not the show mother's rahm hence a magic same thing digging make you gehrig rabin ordering showdown jordan who does your rig wjr dan you know next brighton rodman to no mark that will not to ride variety ride nuts all right not to ride no my going nuts oh my god all right very to let go nuts not nuts the ambroise a a mm hmm and in in these nam nam nam nam known no though oh boy.

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"joan allen" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"joan allen" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Great show yeah i don't know man i predict that was probably a good choice as i like do you agree that i always around saying like did you see me and face off let's go to what stage the best we talked about the baghdad boots the concept itself up undercover you guess which faces with a guy in tacoma seattle kind of like it got to say joan allen who plays travolta's wave the faced which happens and net cage as travolta delivers husband and wife they live as husband and wife let's put it that way how did they do that travolta cage dick switches spend the eternal question this movie for the last twenty years i think that's age wonderfully i always think about that when i watch this movie like at some point they had to at least have the conversation when we dudek salzone we had the day the balls that we have all left we don't have time he's gotta go undercover like now so when you think she knew probably immediately right there's no way they were the same no this is like this is the conversation shanta would would laremy no no because like who is like you know what this looks exactly like my husband but it's not because he switched face now she would no way which you know dick's is how let the question is are you asking me she knows what it looks like let's talk quickly about where they get this procedure done the guy is three d printing of fucking ear when he walks the invention of the truth is blowing your mind like de you couldn't that they couldn't account for the tweaking berries part of this whole operation i mean they were doing chest hair's they're getting rid of leg chains sarli cuban hairlines yeah they were they were also like yeah we can end winning take this dan this guy's kennedy they take a shot at revolt in this like yeah like we gotta love handles off well let's be honest travolta probably could have worked out before they started like nick cages geico's really skinny ernie to go i think travolta i don't know but a kind of let elissalde whether we have a quick though because for the other would stage the best.

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"joan allen" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"joan allen" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"And if you're a by renegade other interviewers i said you know rudler lowering they were eyes would roll i said why do you oh he was always asking these questions you know just how camera moves and stuff but anyway he he wrote this great script him he he was really into politics really knew but washington and then joan allen was gonna play and she's in crash shoes incredible and i work with heard tucker years before yet none other than so i thought oh man this is going to be a goodwill and then rod love the fact is applied just played deal the dude you know maybe a couple of years before says that love the fact the dudes going to be the president and make that really played into my hopefully during that personally that time a my career taking a cue for my father i didn't want to develop too strong a persona in any kind of faysal so you're doing the dude and then doing the prayers you know that was a nice juxtaposition i enjoyed that i would say that's your dear best characteristic as an actors the versatility yeah then again after all these years back thank ecu the vanishing guy he is the president you're the do they carry remove all these different place here see finally win the oscar crazy are thousand nine near and the business at this point i mean scituate for you to make movies for almost forty years point was it everything you hope that was going to be it was another one of those transcend things you know where i thought it was going to be good at turned up the magid see you weren't thinking when you did that script this is the one i'm going to win the oscar for this was a you know i turned that script down for about two years yeah because there was no music attached.

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"joan allen" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"joan allen" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"And if you're a by renegade other interviewers i said you know rudler lowering they were eyes would roll i said why do you oh he was always asking these questions you know just how camera moves and stuff but anyway he he wrote this great script him he he was really into politics really knew but washington and then joan allen was gonna play and she's in crash shoes incredible and i work with heard tucker years before yet none other than so i thought oh man this is going to be a goodwill and then rod love the fact is applied just played deal the dude you know maybe a couple of years before says that love the fact the dudes going to be the president and make that really played into my hopefully during that personally that time a my career taking a cue for my father i didn't want to develop too strong a persona in any kind of faysal so you're doing the dude and then doing the prayers you know that was a nice juxtaposition i enjoyed that i would say that's your dear best characteristic as an actors the versatility yeah then again after all these years back thank ecu the vanishing guy he is the president you're the do they carry remove all these different place here see finally win the oscar crazy are thousand nine near and the business at this point i mean scituate for you to make movies for almost forty years point was it everything you hope that was going to be it was another one of those transcend things you know where i thought it was going to be good at turned up the magid see you weren't thinking when you did that script this is the one i'm going to win the oscar for this was a you know i turned that script down for about two years yeah because there was no music attached.

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"joan allen" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

They Walk Among Us

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"joan allen" Discussed on They Walk Among Us

"To see a penny pace food chief peres status to be split between of friends relatives favorite charities benin you sons three institutes conviction dco dreamt can took the bait for cheer cambridge cheer and hope for chiam major crime unit told the press that the circumstances surrounding the death of dienstes you it would be reexamined while there will be no criminal investigation dci ken stated it would be expected of may two after look into diane's death following this conviction to see if there was anything but could be done is not a criminal investigation is not a murder investigation they're all no suspects when someone is convicted of murder or involved madam designing roy but we would look back at that post we are a very long way off seeing if any other offenses of being committed after instute sentencing sums released a statement bill fully aware of the greek semination din's death support the police in their actions would like to thank the police for how they have supported all family during this difficult time annan's mother and father pauline and george by les still coming to terms with the loss of that daughter this has been made all the more difficult by the fact that noisy one euro george is now suffering from dementia and combat to look at any fighters of helen a passing it's cost a long shadow over the family however joan allen's brother has been a rock for his mother and father despite the circumstances of a loss by lean reminds extremely compassionate towards seeing stewart's family she spoke to the mirror newspaper and stated desai said because halama aside christ the both of his son's now his parents have to go through this feel sorry fooled any grain of come foot by is found is the fact that hallands body was finally located she told the mirror newspaper you see on tv about people going missing never being found that was up biggest fear we brought her body huh.

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"joan allen" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"joan allen" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"And it's like it was at the the popularity thing about being insecure feeling like an outsider way when your comic or somebody's prone towards that you either do it in a way that pleasant or you disrupt everything and it's really a row it well what did you do what happen i'm just a smart ass whoa whoa what were you or your parents like will socially like what do well how did they behave were they like they were kind of like yourself involved hipster he can you know they were kind of contemporary y'all always eat the both from the east coast my dad was a doctor but we lived in new mexico they were graceful socially right they're not air embarrassing not really really they were dr anne not i socially sills noises inappropriate like he was socially skill but he was always the guy like a what's he gonna say you know like he wasn't you know he wasn't that of my mother was always embarrassing they're very the vein but is going on too long but they were um there was sort of ice storm paradise a gotcha know right and not not the joan allen but the sigourney weaver and kevin kline i e a lotta reference yet if that was a time of a key party the we there i think they were at one of those that's great you know i i get that feel yet i get it so not midwest so you wanted to be funny but you weren't exactly queuing off them the way they behaved or they may be showing you the wrong way to be funny i think i was fighting them i think that they were so self involved that i need to get attention elsewhere that was the things are in and i always was a uh you know trying to undermine structures neil innately right like the teacher like if i was bored i fuck with the teacher yeah i make you he re schoolteachers cry and i got kicked out of a private school just because my dumb mouth.

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