17 Burst results for "Jonathan Price"
"jonathan price" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"It a money Monday coming up at eleven thirty Steve talks money but it's also a good time for a Monday morning a movie review some I would like to tell you that I checked out the two popes I went to bed wonderful hi I was looking for something to watch I remember that you had watched it Ryan I loved it yes I loved this movie I could see myself getting into it I started it when I had the flu in like twenty minutes and as I go that I I need something I can that's a bad time to watch that movie yeah search to joker which was you know about that was great but the the pope sent me a little bit worried the two popes that might feel live real slow I didn't think so did you I don't wanna grow by had was those flashback scenes that lasted I thought a little too long for my liking to where I completely forgot where the main actors Anthony Hopkins and price Jonathan price when they were what they were doing and I know they're having a conversation that it would flash back to scenes of pope Francis in his younger days those just lasted way too long I thought that was my only gripe I didn't feel that way at all I thought it was very on and you know it it it supported the story that they were trying to tell and I think it was necessary on I didn't really know what I was watching the if I'm being honest I was like okay am I watching it like a Vatican City version of the you know crown like if some of this real as some of its speculative and I think that is in fact what it what I think it was an imagined conversation friendship right it could have been it could have been we'll never know only god in the pope's will know what they were actually discussing behind those gilded gates of vantage I thought there were some very charming scenes there's some funny scenes between the pair I mean it was I thought I found it very enjoyable watching Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce see they're just too very stellar actors show off their abilities I want more more that I know that you know like this like I said the flashback scenes are just a little too lengthy for my liking okay it it reminded me of a couple things that I'd were in again only watch twenty minutes for first of all can we just give props to the Vatican for a hearing to the the smoke signal way of communicating if they've chosen a new pope I mean that's one of the coolest most laborious needlessly like the inefficient ways of telling the public if you decided but so cool they actually mean you look at our chimney and then smoke comes out I know they do that in the year two thousand it's funny because they could like put a flag out they could do anything a lot simpler and then they show you to which I thought was really interesting they show you how they make the smoke that color and it was like oh this is C. that I really enjoy it because I feel like it it's always been like this mysterious kind of yeah growing up you know whenever whenever this would happen yeah where is it coming from then you get to see the process of how the cardinals vote at the conclave I'll tell you this I was fortunate enough to go to the Vatican a few years ago as a part of the Twin Cities live trip I'm sorry I did not mean that not need got played up in Scotland place dropping now I've run through all my name's emplaced jot but I went to the Vatican and it was one of my favorite places one of my favorite experiences I've ever had I thought that place was unbelievably stunning here so stunning it was to the point where when you get into the Sistine chapel where they ask you to put your phones away that doesn't even register as the top artistic achievement of what you have walk through walking through the aisles that are so unbelievably remarkable and you turn left and you turn right and then there's these marble statues in the creations there is a there is a ceiling artwork in one of the halls of the Vatican that is one believe I mean it's just so it's just it and I'm not Catholic but I still you the the the art that is all right there is really really something well I think it was pope Francis Frankie sorry who said that that one particular room he said if I were pope I would come in here every day and it was the room like had curtains that were like painted on the walls what was that room I do not precisely recollect but it was fascinating seeing the historical context of it all of seeing two popes in the same room that you know that doesn't happen often fried and how the styles are different with well yeah it doesn't happen ever because no pope had re hire me for now with Benedict in Frank how other just totally different okay with you know Frank being the man of the people doesn't do any of the gadi stuff any of the the gold in the fanfare god G. 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"jonathan price" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Two questions what would ray vote for right and what would win are are what we we're gonna do are are bad which is not really that is gonna be what actually wins rhetoric okay correct site for me it's it's hands down it's once upon a time in Hollywood there's bits but far and away the best movie I saw in the last year I don't think I mean it is an extreme longshot to win Best Picture I think nineteen seventeens one win Best Picture I agree and I agree this is why we're not gonna much of that once upon a time in Hollywood was my favorite narrowly over the Irishman a good joke or some thought nineteen seventies can with the I'm looking at the odds here and it's a it's a prohibitive odds minus two hundred yeah yeah okay we know what could happen though I think Hollywood there's a there's probably a lot of people there there wouldn't I think I've been a push to try to finally award a foreign language merely they've never done it now and I think there's a push to trying to a parasite I don't think it's going to come to that because they have the foreign language film category it's an easy cop out we'll just give it that and then without some now so I think that's where it's going to go down by the movie for the award for Best Actor in this one right I am so sure what's going to win and deservedly so that I would bet like my big toe against ten dollars on this one Joaquin Phoenix for the joker was phenomenal he was great yeah I mean it is de Niro in taxi drivers really what it is and he was he was that good Adam driver in marriage story United whatever you played a guy moped around for two hours I can do that yeah Antonio Banderas for painting glory didn't see it did you see that now all right Leonardo for once upon a time in Hollywood he was terrific he was really really good he's he's very overshadowed by Brad Pitt but on deservedly so your dinner of two Capreol one for revenant he's far better in this I mean he's really really good in this but I don't think he has a chance to win I think this is Phoenix AZ Phoenix is your all right and Jonathan price for the two popes I did not see that movie but Jonathan Pryce was pretty.
"jonathan price" Discussed on WRVA
"Joins us with an update on what films are out on video this week. And I'm trying to think if I saw this Gerard Butler mid this is the one where he shirtless the whole time. Right. Well, not as much as others confusing that that must have been Meg I don't know they all done together. Easy to get those two confused is this hundred Schiller is Gerard Butler in a submarine. Meg was Jason Statham, and this giant huge prehistoric shark. The sillier. Meg. And I actually enjoyed it more. But for a really stupid silly popcorn movie. This is pretty good too. Not as good, but pretty good. It's like a remake of hunt for Red October. Yeah. Well, it makes. Red October look way way better. And I guess it kinda was, but this is much more of a comic book. We we got Gerard ballers, captain of American sub. And he's going after this other American subs and a rushing sub that have sunk, and it all has to do with this incredibly complicated plot whereby the Russian defense minister is tried to stage a new. And he's taken the Russian president hostage and drought Bella and his and the seal team digits onboard they have to to to rescue the Russian premier, and that's just kind of I I feel really silly saying that much. Okay. I would feel even sillier if I said anything more about it. But if you enjoy this kind of ridiculous action with some really good, computer generated effects too. You know for all the substance does and that kind of stuff then you will enjoy it. It just sounds just completely dopey to you. Well, yeah, it is. But this is not the movie for you. Then I enjoyed it. It won't be as much fun on on videos was on the big screen. But it it really won't lose that much either. Because you just you you sit down and really much popcorn with this kind of movie. Okay. Well, anything that makes you know that helps promote Gerard Butler. I'm for because there was a time. They're probably not right now. But there was a time there when people thought I looked like Gerard Butler. Maybe after a few drinks after a few drinks, they these two women and key west were convinced that I was Gerard Butler. And I'm not saying I lied to them. But I didn't disabuse them of that idea. Sorry, ladies. Wrong on a couple of. A navy seal. Are this other movie? I Jonathan Pryce is a great actor. I've seen him on stage in a couple of different shows. This is called the wife. Yeah. He he is a terrific actor, and I was kinda surprised he didn't get a best supporting actor nomination for this. But instead that the best actress nomination went to Glenn Close. And this may well be her final, you know, her shot that she really is going to win she'd been nominated for best actress six times and never once. Yeah. She's playing Jonathan prices wife. He is and a writer in English professor who has just won the Nobel prize, and they go to Stockholm for the ceremony and in the process, all kinds of family divisions. His problems with his son. A lot of other secrets is in a family or revealed Christian Slater's around as a writer who wants to do a biography of him. But is meeting stiff resistance from the subject? He's involved to the plot really gets very soapy. And of course, there's a lot about her and the the whole situation that is going to be revealed in in the course of the film. It's done very, well, I just never quite bought that they were acting the way people who had just won the Nobel prize for literature would again. That's it. She is really very very good in it. She just wanted to screen actress iota award. She shared. Are the award for best actress with my group, the broadcast film critics association, I think she's got a very good shot at winning an Oscar for this. So if you want to catch her performance before the the Oscar ceremony take a look at it like, I say, not her best work, and I really didn't enjoy the film that much, but I do recommend it for her fans because she is really just so good in it. Well, she's been around a long time. Yup. So if this is it this is what seals the deal for. She has been kind of angling for this for the past several years. She's gonna tell you roles. They're kind of crafted for an actress of her age to get the respect that she she certainly deserves. She's got a great long career done a whole lot of roles from things like jagged edge, and and say l- attraction up into more dramatic work. She really does deserve some recognition. Yeah. She was. She was the one on Broadway in Sunset Boulevard. And I saw her there thought she was really good. And you can't sing very well. But she's a great performer terrific before. Okay. You're not going to argue with me. Okay mic. Mayo from Mike de mayo dot com. Always enjoy it. Thank you, take care..
"jonathan price" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"The wife glorious comedy make benefit for the people of Kazakhstan. No, it's this is Glenn Close on Jonathan price, and she is the wife of the loved writer, esteemed writer, and but he is very cold man, and it has a secret and she never gets line land and she never gets the the love that she deserves. She is the backbone of his career professionally, I'm personally, and so it's about her. Finally decided that straight. I'm gonna tell I'm not gonna take it anymore. Good. Excellent. I forgot the the writer of the wife. I think it's Meg, but forget Meg. The main. This is in. And so this is driven by powerhouse performance from Glenn Close. Apparently, Bryce also also good, but this is one might well be in contention for this year. I think it says an overview. They could be seventh, Oscar nomination. She's been nominated six times, but never quite. Got it. So this could be a Miller Oscar worthy thing. She's come close. Wow, four stars for the wife. So check it out this week. And as if this week's podcast join us next week for more familiar fund, we'll be joined by a double whammy of Darry to'real goodness. We'll be joined by Paul Greengrass director of twenty two July. That's how how's it to me. We will. You will have seen. Surprisingly, we owe if anyone from venom on the. Why this movie that we. Repeatedly over the last six to eight one absolately. Incredible. Yeah, that's incredible. Six hours before they open in fairness, they sometimes they sometimes do, but that's usually for plot reasons. Maybe. Plot. The plot was an attorney to be okay. Exactly. That could be the great. 'cause we, we said over and over all these people are signing for this film. It's mosses have some what possible reason. Many, many, many Hamilton of cash. What are they go paid in those random notes. Out now, it's too late. Michelle Williams goes to her her money cave, which I'm famous people have in their houses. They have money caves, and she goes right well, now films out time to spend some of my venom Dasche and she opened up the briefcase with the the, the one billion dollars. The golden lights hits her face do like him. Blinking breaking bad, where it's just on a pilot and they just lie back on it and do snow angels. Cash. Yeah, it's proposed. We're probably working Beverly Hills, right? You go into taken Beverly Hills and you're paying ten thousand dollars for something about belt and you just pull out the limo memoranda notes, Nico, that will be acceptable. There's certain parts of New York. I'm pretty sure where that would be legal. Tender. Yeah. Do you get the changing for Robert Lopez currency. Musical composers joke there. Fairly inside baseball. We're also going to be joined on the podcast by Damian Chazelle. So that's a lot of fun. Isn't it? Well, he go, well, the first one. On the focus. If I'm not. I must deduct one hundred points. Now we'll make it up of finals. Thing to do to award yourself points. This was the whole problem with the house system in Harry Potter. They lose a point here at a point there, but then the end of the series because I saved hogwash, it'd be like, puts the Griffin door. It does for the drummer as well. He puts the band is the house that supposed to have won the last minute. He was such a prison. I'm glad he's what. Yeah. Yeah, screw Dr. Every single listener under thirty five. Until it a spacious ikaes until we meet again next week goodbye from James Dyer, goodbye. Goodbye from Ben. Wish I hang on. I've got its from Ben traveler's checks, Travis. Doesn't know what those are. Slip. That's right that you keep in your fanny pack and it's goodbye from Helena. And as for me, I'm off to watch the trailer for creed to which we didn't talk about how we should have because I'm relooking for film. So I must break you. Yes, gave agree to thanks for listening ceilings week by.
"jonathan price" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"Like I haven't stopped thinking about it since I saw it months ago, and I read the review for little white rice for it. So as long time ago, and I think like you were saying what makes includes two good these days, especially. But I think even in dangerous liaisons back in the day, it's her ability to play duplicity so well, like she can. You know, she has a line in Denver sneeze, which he said that went since she was a teen in the French culture run to smile while underneath the table. She was plenty to four. In the back of a hand, you know, she has this ability to, you know, be kind of unreadable, but same time you can read something in that unwritten ability. You know what I mean? Like she's like very complex and she's really good at paying characters that have real depth to them. So I think that's why this is really hard to talk about the product is movie because, yeah, it's all about like this low reveal, but also it's because it's this reveal to herself because all these years she's been. Sending house other. That's what she wanted. And now to backtrack now would be catastrophic because all these years, she she was fine with how she was leaving her life and at this late age when at this particular moment for her husband and for her kid as well to have this son prima max, who's Jimmy son, he's fine like he's very, he's got a lot of resentment for his parents and especially for his dad like to come and change your mind now would be massive. So it's very complex movie and the Christian Slater, amazing just to see that great actors acting together that never happens anymore. Like, no, she wasn't guardians of the galaxy with some of a great actors. I mean, like did not have in deep conversations about legacy and so good scenes with. Jonathan Pryce. Yes, he's really great in it. I mean, he's game of thrones nowadays since he that's primarily one maybe known for for for younger viewers. But of course, Brazil and. Don't Caretas is other big show upcoming, but this is this is coming. London. I guess it's happening exactly and the director beyond run God knows not to really get in the way of these performances, but there are still these little subtle flourishes in these early scenes. When you're talking about the work, she has to do the erasure, the erosion of the of the wife where Jonathan prices character Joe, Joe, Joe, Joe is at the center of the frame everyone's crowding around him to congratulate simply owner, always giving a speech or he's talking to their as luminaries and the camera to slowly pans and focuses in on her perspective in this space. Silence. Man, forget her name people that really must be a why she thinks. Yeah, exactly. Then there is that that strength and backbone behind. The ability of the face we heard has I'm not victim on former interesting than that slow reveal of who who is there behind. Love each other very much. And I think it's a lot of other stories kind of eat. I position a relationship like this has been a kind of a power struggle where the man has all the power, but in the psych Joan, Joe, they genuinely have left a very happy life together. They do love each other, and I think that makes it more interesting more difficult to realize that this person that you've been in love with an are in love with you. You kind of have taken very different things away from these four years of marriage together. It's really painful this movie in some ways, but also very, very rewarding like, yeah. Yeah. Should we put movies like the best maybe three schools on this come to for?.
"jonathan price" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"jonathan price" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Close. In Christian Slater Don't me Much. More interesting It's been awhile since going close has, been in something hasn't it Oh yeah and she really. Gives a great performance in. This film she and Jonathan Pryce both they play husband and wife he's just been awarded the Nobel peace prize. For literature and they go to Stockholm to accept the. Prize together but you can tell that there's disquiet in her attitude she's really not, overly happy about what's happening and over the course of a movie you find out why there's a secret in their marriage that gradually comes, out under the prodding of an intrusive journalist played by Christian Slater. And by the end of the marriage is really in serious trouble, Glenn Close. Gives a. Remarkably controlled an effective performance as the? Wife Jonathan, prices very good is this author. Who's full of himself of course as he's receiving the Nobel prize this is a, classy movie when you get to, the big revelation, at the end you don't quite. Believe it frankly it seems implausible but the acting is, so good Along the way that you. Don't mind that this is a movie for adults and I think most you're more, mature viewers were really enjoy it, particularly watching close, and price have their scenes together All right thank you very much. Frank sweet tech you can see all of Frank's work at one guy's opinion dot com KLIF. News time seven twenty five an hour with another look at traffic, for your Friday morning driving pleasure here's Bill Jackson It's a big mess yet for thirty five in Dallas thirty finding northbound.
"jonathan price" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"I'm working on a project. It's taken to some very dark places and destroyer was the project that she was filming at the time. So she cut it to the little intriguing promo for like a year ago. So yeah, I think it's going to be great. And I think that it's, you know her in a couple of other actors recently have really committed to working with directors in a much more conscious, you know, like way. And I think that's exciting and and you know, I'm ready for a Karen Kasama Oscar campaign. Oh my God. Yeah, let's so cool. That big little lies season two is all Andrea Arnold. Like John Mark fell ache like, you know, help build this franchise and it's like, no, we're going to give this female Centric franchise. I think the actresses has something to do with that anyway, but injury Arnold think there's there's so much to be said and hasn't said during the me too movement. The sort of idea of putting your money where your mouth is like really doing the work to and like these women who have stature in Hollywood, like Nicole Kidman or Reese, Witherspoon, etc. Etc. Like it feels like they do have they see this as they're like, oh, here's our chance we can push with this because this is our moment to push for this. And I think it really underlines the people who aren't doing that who are maybe a little more talk than action. So yeah, it's easy to imagine a story or kind of movie that can't get made until someone like Nicole Kidman signs on, and she seems to wear of that power. She has to to push the project. She cares about along so good for them. So let's see if I can do what's in theaters. Now, briefly, rich, I feel for weeks of talking about you talking about the wife, which is the Glenn Close movie that I think premiered at Toronto last year and has been in theaters now. And I think in this happens every time Glenn Close does anything. That's good because she is one of those actresses who famously has been Oscar-nominated many times and never won. So the ideas that maybe this could be her shot is this shot. It feels like it. I wrote a review in mentioned that that for the first stretch of the film, like maybe the first third or issue, she doesn't have a ton to do. She's kind of a more passive role. She is just the wife and she sort of on Jonathan prices arm who's this author who's just won the Nobel prize and they traveled to home and she's reacting to things and she's encloses amazing doing that in a very subtle way. But as the film builds towards its big climatic scene, she gets more and more. And then when that scene arrives, it's just this like incredibly rich and rewarding. A bit of big angry, forceful acting from gun close. It feels almost the wrote in review that I almost wanted to see it on stage. So I hope it's enough to register in the movie is getting pretty small roll out. You know, I think the movie surrounding this great Lynn coasts performance is just okay that has not, you know, sadly affected other best actress campaigns in the past. Lots been written about that. I mean, she was nominated for Albert knobs, which was fine. Yes, that's exactly right. And that was that was a Glenn Close as only nomination since the eighties. She got five Oscar nominations within a very short period of time in the nineteen eighties and then got nothing until two thousand eleven for Albert knobs. And so now seven years later it'd be nice to see her back in. We'd be her seventh nomination, and she's one of those actresses who goes under seventies. Now she's getting up there and it's like, let's not let that opportunity to give Glenn Close one of the best actresses who's been around in the past thirty plus years an Oscar..
"jonathan price" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting
"Back, relax, and get ready for martinis. There is good man. Hey, we're back Jonathan prices. Somebody whose name I, I got to know from my obsessive listening to the original cast recording of miss Saigon. When I was a young child, he rejected the role of the engineer in that show. But since then I've gotten to know him through any number of famous film roles. He was terrific in this movie called Carrington, which is about a dying writer, and I realized that that sounds depressing and it was, but he was great in it. The movie tomorrow never dies is not a terribly great bond film, but he is a really great character in it. And then he's been in the pirates of the Carribean franchise. He was in Brazil. He was in Glengarry Glen Ross. Most notably in most recently, you probably saw him in game of thrones where he played the hyper religious high Sparrow. He's now a new movie called the wife with Glenn Close. He plays a Nobel prize winning author. And what's interesting about this movie is how it's focused on the perspective of his wife. Normally you'd expect something like this to be told about the author as he prepares for his big award, but. What's beautiful about this is it's really focuses on the sacrifices that his wife again played by Glenn Close has made over the years to help him attain this goal. And there are some kind of twists in the movie, which I don't dare spoil, but it's a surprisingly like plot heavy movie for being such a character study. And that's what I really liked about it. And I really liked the way that price was willing to play this man who sort of seems above it all an intellectual. And then when he's in the dirt with his wife, when they're having, you know, fights or discussions or even just like talking about what they're going to have for breakfast, you can sense all this water that's under their bridge. I think it's a really terrific little movie. I think he's terrific in it and we wanted to talk to him about some notable. I in his long long and storied career. So Jonathan prices up now. Jonathan, thank you for being here. My pleasure. So we're going to do something we call first, which is we're going to take you through some of the firsts in your lustrous career, and I just kind of want to start at the very beginning. Do you remember your first audition, even if it was like for playing the rabbit in some elementary school play? I didn't have to, but I was. Seven. I think it was of a six. Seven might have been a bit young and it was a school play, and it was cold ferry gold. And in my mother's house, I found the ticket Ferre go. She still had it, and I was playing an elf. My mother's made the costume instead of a shot silk half Greenhoff Brown with the fringe bottom. And I had a line that was come brothers for it. His code. And we had the rehearsal, and I said, come of this visit is code, which I thought was great method work at that age. And the teacher took the line away from me, gave it to somebody else. From that day to this, I've determined that no one will ever align away from me. When you were in that situation where you're like, I want to do more of this, or was it just, were you still too young to really have it more? I was I I was more angry. And also Melvin Evans was playing the king and I really wanted to play the king. Yeah, the kids what was headlight two candles of. Yeah, it's not hanging down. They nose and he had them. And how can you cost boy, even then you copy a king. He's snotty nose anyway. What was kind of the first time you were like? I want to do this for a living I well, that was a long time coming because all I was interested in at school was was aunt on. I left school at sixteen and went to school when I say two years, and then I went to teacher training college to teach us, then you had to do is subsidiary Kohl's, and I was told the easiest coast to require the least amount of work was the drama course on..
"jonathan price" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"These eloquent speeches about trees in and I would speed through the and I know you got to get to the next set off, right know. So. So he's like, what the hell was that? I didn't hear a word of that and let's let's slow it down. So it was just one of the more gentle wonderful experiences. And he was a situation where he would allow the camera to roll. We really didn't get in our vicinity and allowed a lot. A lot of things just happen organically, and that turned out to be just a phenomenal experience. And also a role that I had gotten or people wouldn't necessarily think of me as sort of this. Frustrated innocent father normally, or. Yeah, I was glad to be in something where I wasn't necessarily causing the damage. Yeah, this was something like the girl really loved her father, and he really loved her and it was okay. So and it was just heartbreaking when he died the way that he died. It was brutal. So I love getting that opportunity and then reading a script like the wife. This was another opportunity to kind of play a little bit of a shady character which I'm fine with. But you know, he had some edge but felt like his motivations were legitimate. And I also felt like he was trying to have this woman take responsibility and stand up for herself and come on couldn't possibly understand the concept of somebody not being comfortable in the spotlight. Yes, this character, Nathaniel bone. Whose name I love. Sometimes it's just about the name. That's a good stuff. It is definitely is helpful and building the foundation, you know. And I looked at this guy as he found a red flag in Joseph. Castleman. Jonathan prices characters cast. Yeah. And he's like a dog with a bomb. He doesn't wanna let it out. And maybe that's a little obvious, but hold onto it. Things that I think about and. Show. So yeah, getting out paternity and then getting up to to do the scenes that I have with Glenn was extraordinarily exciting. And I have always been a huge fan of hers and and look. I mean, this movie has I again, you don't know. We made it in Glasgow. We shot it in a few weeks. I had my parts in it. I didn't necessarily know what they were doing or even the flashback stuff. So. You know. So I did my part. I felt good, and I really enjoyed it and I love working with her. And then the other night I was in LA at the screening. And I mean, you could hear a pin drop in theater. I mean, it is. It is riveting. Absolutely movie. I was mesmerized by Glenn, their authentic raw real relationships and hurry, honest portrayal there are there are like, so Ming subtlety, and there's just so much reality in it. And you know, you're dealing with like ego and fame and all the bullshit of that. And then you close the door and you get to see what's going on behind the scenes and the reality of that stuff. I mean, the secrets and on my God. I. You know, those deals that you make when you're younger and relationship. And next thing you know, it's four years later and you're still in the situation. It's like forty years of resentment building. I mean, that's a lot to comprehend. And yeah, I mean, you you you, you make these choices, you make these sacrifices and then yet your end up looking back and it's like, whoa, what the hell I done. So there's so many things in this movie that that I just found I was, I don't remember breathing while I was watching it. Yeah, I remember taking a big breath at the end of it blow man that she's phenomenal. And so as Jonathan great and any stark, she does a mean there's there's Glenn Close's daughter playing a young and close. I did not even realize until you just told me though. That's amazing. Glencoe daughter playing her and they didn't. They didn't communicate much. You know, it's like she shot it in sequence. I've come to find out. They shot all those scenes first and then Glenn, but it..
"jonathan price" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Bed or i'm hungry it's time for a meal or you know our after our and i just i was ms marrived and and in a in a stupor and the guy would not he really he really wanted to leave with a check and it's like no i can't but it's it's this is this is such nineteenth century technique you know what i mean that job hasn't whatever they're holding up fuller brushes in the middle of the twentieth century you know buggy whips in the nineteen it's all it's the same it's it's pathetically part of our collective and i i find those those are ours we'll never get back but i i have nothing but you know but empathy for the guy especially because he was so bad as john your number one like i actually him it is i just to make a movie about it sounds like this very cinematic well my number one is actually taking care of by a listener from ferndale michigan jif mile olatunde great jeff might let's hear what jeff has to say hey film starting just my loan ferndale michigan on upon about jobs worst movie jobs i feel like mine's cheat because it's so exaggerated and and outrageous in the movie but jonathan prices than lowry in brazil i can't think of any other film that that are captures how human is the lower drones that the desk drones of faceless corporate entity can feel when when they're in their their box like cubicles the reason i'm picking this as the worst job is for obvious reasons i i think any job is crappy if it feels like it's fucking your soul and that's spoiler alert almost sort of what happens at the end of brazil but more than that on gilliam as director dresses every scene at central services with a wash of numbing gray gray everywhere especially in the in the scene where a lower fights for his side of a table which is itself cut between a wall that he's sharing with some other sad sap and you can just see how stress intensities characters are so yeah not a healthy work environment but a a great draw are universal film anyway great joke i took my number one to sam lowry in terry gilliam's brazil and i'm so glad that jeff singled out the scene which is truly one of the best minutes that gilliam's ever put on film were low or is getting at this sort of unspecified government job in this sort of orwellian you know miserable government you know facility that's all this kind of ashen grey tone thing he gets horrible desk in this tiny cramped office and it turns out to be connected to the desk at the other side of the and it's just wonderful struggle about who's going to get more of the desk and you don't know who we struggling with until a little bit a little bit later in the scene but it's just that's just one of many indignities lowry has to endure in brazil mrs jonathan pryce playing of course but what makes it even sadder i think is that lowery is really trying to just simply right wrong there's been an innocent citizen accused of terrorism and larry's trying to fix the problem and get the paperwork straight out and then the that's what kicks us whole bizarre byzantine labyrinth sort of crazy plot into motion it's i've always found the film you know funny and then every laugh practically catches in your throat it's like ashes in the mouth because that's that's the intention it's it's gilliam sensibility i think the little guy that goes up against the system rarely wins ever in gilliam film and of course he's he's working off pretty well known source material here in that he's riffing on orwell's nineteen eightyfour among other things huxley's brave new world and it's all it's all kind of rolling around in here but lowery's plight and something just about that that kind of office anonymous office drone is is a is an image that the movies keep coming back to get king of v doors crowd and twenty eight this still one of my favorite shots and all of cinema the overhead swoop down the crane shush down across an unbelievable diagonals see of of urban desks right and it's.
"jonathan price" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"I i have fun digging a hole articles yes some of those were amazing it's funny because i was just ripping on judith crist last week actually in the scarecrow episode and there she was again bashing on this film and i have to say like a lot of the criticism of this film i was like okay i kinda get where you're coming from and kinda like you heather i was kind of fair to middling on this movie until we started to have this conversation and like over the course of the last hour and a half i've actually grown to appreciate this more having this conversation with you guys same it's such a cool movie i don't know i don't know why it's you know obviously didn't get a fair shake but it seems unjustly to be under looked at especially given that you've got a name director a name brighter an star and i mean this is malcolm mcdowell film he did right before clockwork orange so you kind of think it would be and he did it after doing you know lindsay anderson's if which is an art masterpiece of a movie again it was something that you dug up cullen it was an interview with locie about this movie apparently kubrick contacted him and was like would you recommend mcdowell for this role in those well i tell me what the role is about and after he heard it he's like yeah you definitely want this guy that is so cool i can't even imagine anybody else in clark orange i wish robert sean jack towns on a movie together i would love to see the two of them they both have the same for not possessing but is similar sort of like intimidating intensity yeah i think they would have been really dynamic together it'd been the weirdest movie i would have been into it's i just i'm sad that that doesn't excess that you manual at set would be like oh my god i wish they'd given shaw i can't remember which bond film he was in russia with blows thank you i wish i would have given him more latitude in that movie because like the way that the villains are treated now in the bond films where the villains are almost more featured than the than bond you know thinking of like even that piece of shit one with jonathan pryce it's like yeah i can go back and i can look it like oh jonathan prices in the movie he was the bail the big bad he was the big villain and it's like yeah with robert sean like yeah which one was he in jail 'cause he's kinda in there but he's not like that level of batty and i wish that he has well frankly i think that any james bond going up against robert shaw should be afraid oh hell true especially if he's willed in snake i didn't talk about speaking of laughing we didn't talk about the cave seen i know that we didn't talk about when they drink the condensed milk i have a can of condensed milk here with me and i drank about half of it before the show and i haven't had any problems yet but out lord or know what's going to happen i just love this nancy runs in jack bound starts laughing he gets hit him so in they're just sitting there tackling at each other squatting on the grounds the grass in fronts we can't see at never seen two people diarrhea on screen at the same time before well especially in a film that you could call it art all my maybe like in why no in harold and kumar was here like the two girls that evie like a like a poodle i don't know i'm sorry did they have one cup grouse now would've thought would joseph losey with inspire us tonight i feel like he's got a haunt has the scene in the cave with malcolm mcdowell that's a little intense at he gets a little out there but i think it's called for i mean there are moments where there's some really intense emotions happening on screen and if you're not up for it than you might be like it's a little much but i i was with the ride for this movie i didn't necessarily sit there and go yeah you should've tone that down a little bit those scenes are totally earned and i.
"jonathan price" Discussed on Code Switch
"It was based on madam butterfly which is a short story that was turned into an opera in the early nineteen hundreds and a lot of people say that this is the template for stereotypes of asian woman as docile or tragic and so in the late nineteen eighties there are these two french producers who saw this photo of of yet means woman in an airport and she was giving up her half american half vietnamese daughter with the idea that the daughter would have a better life in the us and so these french producers saw that photo and they thought oh my god this could be a modern retelling of madam butterfly but we could senate in vietnam so swat madame for miss and butterfly gone and a new musical and amusing jeans are quotes here is born and here's a very basic plot a white american soldier in vietnam he meets a young prostitute named kim she's uh virgin they fall in love she gets pregnant he goes back to the us and essentially long story short she ends up sacrificing herself so her kid can go live in the us supplies the worst is like a really bad to eleanor villa and of course she has to be version is just like the whole thing is completely problematic in over the top and we're going to get to that but before we even do that there's this other big issue with the musical because when it first came out in london in nineteen eighty nine there were very very few asians who were being cast in lead roles on stage and that was true with this play that was true with broadway that was true with the entertainment industry in general in the us and europe yeah and so in this nineteen eighty nine london production miss saigon producers the cast this guy named jonathan price he's a white man and the cast him as the main character and he played a vietnamese french engineer named tran van den so he had his.
"jonathan price" Discussed on The Film Vault
"As james delay need to the turn of the century takes place in england and there's a lot of stripe going on between as you'd imagine united states the new brand new america arm united states and england and there's a lotta politics involved many of which involved jonathan price who you might no as you know joe the price right he's maybe but he nowadays he's in younger people know how i said prior to the caribbean are the shows and i know he why i mean uses so many things he was in brazil way back then it you know he was in a lot of other the terry gilliam stoplight guard office job bryce been around forever what are we what what is is what is is the character's name on game of thrones he plays that that shame game on the wife knows a going away too far to to be a volunteer yeah no but taboo some beautiful imagery some great stuff it's going to really get your eyes fanciful for your eyes the story line is so a little hard to follow the wife and i both through plenty times going not really sure without happening but i like what i'm watching like that's we're going to get you're going to get a lot of tall marty playing almost to build a butcher type role which to me is back raised you can't made a fact sure a better role in in a in and a machine shop you know what i mean for him to be blamed bill the but you're my favorite all time characters he played a very this man james the lanie is he's play both sides of the coin he has a did.
"jonathan price" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And it really does fit into what we're talking about not only because then a mission com it's smart it's funny it's about empowerment it's about tolerance it's just really good and in your kids like it and you're like this well sochi tokyo it's part as i can tell hard to know exactly is is coming out today on tv diaz is so which is going to be much more low key with that with jonathan price and it's set of eyes was to upon about a baker it was okay the boston mccarthy him i think has up until this point been able to do no wrong announced she stewing wrong is right i then ghostbusters was a mess it was an because they're winning they just because it wasn't funny and it was it was i just think it didn't work at all but in the boston she plays this kind of horrible woman and then he would be okay if you step of their horrible but then sheikh said of gets all the she it i think she's terrific i think she's really a very talented comedian officials are very good actors what she gets with the white right director and she's on stop of all of that she was stop of the ball some criminal is one of those movies that i'm said of defies imagination you have to an end credulity have to come suspend some reality it's there's kevin kazmir gary only untimely jones obviously very good cast ellis eve ryan reynolds i'm michael pen so it's got some really q guys and then and some good actors and international terse with on the lose the cia engine best equipped to stop the terrorist threat is that i'm not going to play very much but entitled goodbye a ryan to capture the terrace the cia and close the memories and skills of the prize aged in the body of an unpredictable criminal kevan the edge seahawks of the former death ruin mate will finish the operative the opposition but the mission might prove to difficult for the unstable in that it's a story of two brains one body in one very dangerous mission i actually like this it's not terrific it's not to be around what oscar surpassed out but i mean kevin kazmir as he's aging is becoming a better actor because he's not so much reliant on the fact he's he's qb for tuesday he's a genetic.
"jonathan price" Discussed on WNYC
"That humanity off the mound in his his attempt to understand but what was going on with the cheers could put a ton of course this play home is very potent that we're doing it now because it's a pipe hundred some of us re of fear establishment to begin throwing tennis and we are going to perform which in venice at the end of this torrid summer state some and you know it's it's over it's a very very relevant played to be doing choose from more visible in venice at that time than they were in england yet they were yeah and this was the when it to its you know it it is you think what's happening today with people talking about building wall and building walls to keep people out and the italians bill goals to keep the jews in they had been the gets home after some down they have took well identifying read hats so you could say they would jewish but a final horrible time and this play it reflects well the tissue missed today i'm trying to do throughout two other races not necessarily the cheers but other some minority she was hurt and speaking with tourney and alleviate award winning actor jonathan price is mini film and television critics include credits include veto tomorrow never dies going canary glenn ross in game of thrones he's turned a starring initiate spears glow production of the margin of venice at length lincoln center and we'll hear more from him after a break i'm rinne vinegar paul in today for leonard locates.
"jonathan price" Discussed on WNYC
"W nyc received support from cara more into town in new york presenting jazz festival in collaboration with jazz at lincoln center on july twenty third with chick korea trio featuring chick christian mcbride and brian played and more tickets i care more dot org that charles h reps in foundation because a great city needs in informed and engaged public more information at reps and foundation dot org you value the program's you hear on w nyc that's why you're listening right now so we're thousands of others people who at learn about your business on our air learn more about corporate sponsorships at www nyc dot org slash sponsor last night the republican convention wisconsin governor scott walker was a team player vote for anyone other than donald trump in november is out four he's however refused to endorse the parties nominee and the crowd let him have it nate from the last word joined of the nyc at seven as friendlier kicks off our live coverage after speeches share your reactions with a takeaway election twenty sixteen on w nyc hi this is the rain vinegar paul and sitting in for leonard may today six here's the margin of tennis is one of the most challenging and controversial plays for modern audiences central characters shy lock is a jewish money mentor he's at once a victim of anti semitic abuse and in tolerance and was beaten england a vengeful credit for an overbearing dad to his daughter jessica jonathan price's received many awards for stage and screen roles including two tony's and and i lydia award for best actress stars of sidewalk in a new touring production which sits peers clip theatre the margin of ennis is now at lincoln centers roasted hitter through sunday and i'm very pleased that is brought jonathan price back to our sell high color so this isn't your first base your production.