18 Burst results for "Kathleen Quinlan"

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on Celluloid Junkies Film Podcast

Celluloid Junkies Film Podcast

05:12 min | 8 months ago

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on Celluloid Junkies Film Podcast

"I thought it was going to be a little more sedate than it was. Did you know some of this was shot in tasmania. It was not it was. I mean how do you think this compares to something like jewel deal is less over the top. Obviously it's also more one note than this. Was i think joel's probably more cohesive as a film and unless laughable as a film when you say one node is remained that nothing much else happens outside of trunk of his car the and i think that works to the film's favor with joel. I think that's actually. One of the strengths of that movie is that it doesn't try to do too much although there are those horrible internal monologue that dennis weaver has in his head and he plays a real pansy like kurt. Russell dozen this movie. The movie that came out not too long afterwards was road. Kill or joy reid. I think it was called in the us. I thought road kill was mazda class cinema when it came out when i was sixteen. You really did. I still think it's a good movie. I think it's a good teenager version of this sort of movie Interesting the film doesn't have a lot of sequences of traffic action with the truck. No not too much. I guess the idea of someone being in a small vehicle versus someone being in a logical. Is i guess where this starts. And where the power imbalances last this to happen. Yeah and also some of the mystery. It reviewed quite well and it looks like a made a decent amount of money. But i mean it made its money back. It wasn't like a massive hit or anything came like that point. Where kurt russell. Movie seemed to be coming out every second week and a lot of them were really good like all or at least big noticeable hits like he had backed off he had stargate I know you like the year before this. He did escape from la. Which was the sequel to escape from new york. It was interesting because kurt russell wasn't into direct to video at the time you know. He's made a bit of a comeback now but he did go through that time where through the two thousands the start of the two thousands where he didn't really make much was successful. He was sort of going. The way of bruce willis and nick cage up until pig and he certainly. I think stopped himself from doing that. I think standards for different in ninety seven. You can feel like this is like a b. movie that's been given an a movie production budget. Yeah and they were doing that back then. There was room in the market for these kinds of films to get cost it up and made when we first started that you said you didn't like his wife who's played by kathleen quinlan. Do you still not like actually. I thought she did really well in this movie. She sort of won me over when she comes back at the end. Thinks she's a good actress. I just don't find her very nice to look at and actually she was. The mom in the remake of the hills have eyes. And i feel like now that she's that age. I can appreciate her because even in breakdown. She looks that age to me in a weird way. She just doesn't look like she goes with kurt. Russell even the annette's horrible say because they're probably the same age. It's just something about her face. Look i agree..

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"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on Unspooled

"It seems like this is a story where they kept their cool in. So ron howard makes a movie about the type of man who keeps their cool and it becomes a steady in cool and a study in coping less than a thriller and they will sit. Yes and i will say that the acting is very good like i think that the the they're doing a lot and you're seeing a lot but you like you said this accuracy police and i think tom. Hanks was dubbed as the accuracy. Police a key wanted to do this. Before levels book was even announced he wanted. He had hired writers to investigate the premise. And could they fashioned a script from these events and when he found out. Ron howard had the rights. He like he was like okay. Let i want to work on this with you. And he was trying to make sure every detail was right and you know so much so that he like grabbed the ron howard and brian. Grazer out of bed. Brian grazer producer to they could watch an astronaut crew in action and unfortunately that action was just like walking across the parking lot but it was like he was and i think we see this in tom. Hanks's work From band of brothers will actually been visited interesting. Because i think that is more dramatic But i think the tom hanks loves you. Know world war two. I think that he loves to get in the nitty gritty of things. And tell these stories and this is a beautiful story and it is something right like. Maybe we wouldn't have be celebrating. These people only celebrate our victories. But i wonder if there's something a little bit lost in that transition or we've progressed as an audience where we've seen a mix of real events and drama and i feel like this is kind of checking every box but the only box is not really checking drama. I think that's why they drive hard into the kathleen quinlan stuff and the and levels mom. John sales was credited as a writer. But i think in the dvd commentary. Ron howard says the only scenes that john sayles wrote were the scenes of levels mother. Okay well you sound just as cynical as the people alive when apollo thirteen took off who are like well if it doesn't let if it goes well we don't care you know..

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"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on Unspooled

"I've had a lot of hot takes in their space films. I think this movie is beautifully constructed. Really well directed well acted all all the good things but honestly in watching it. It felt to me like a lifetime movie like it is a very much a docudrama. I didn't feel like the. I didn't feel like just do this as a documentary. What are you bringing to the table. More than a documentary in this movie. And i'd prefer to watch documentary like i. We talked about apollo eleven at the beginning of this episode. This idea that like we're watching it really happen. I feel like everyone is equipped here. And if you didn't have the story with kathleen quinlan. Who is phenomenal in this film as levels wife And that that poll. There's really no movie here. I mean it's just this is what happened like there's no. I don't know why didn't like i didn't feel any drama. I didn't feel any like it's hard because we know the outcome. We know what what tragedies we've had in our space program so you know. I think it's always a tricky thing now. When i watched apollo eleven i was on the edge of my seat and i don't know what that difference was. I don't know if you know. And i'm looking at this movie. I'm going oh my god. It's amazing they shot in these weightless moments. They did fifty four minutes of weightless scenes. It looks flawless. But it just felt like a dramatization rather than a movie. Is that a harsh thing to say. Well i didn't do fifty four minutes of weight. This means they flew six hundred. Twelve rides vomit comet to get the weightless scenes. That's almost four hours of weightlessness right so fifty two in the film of pure weightless scenes. Yeah yeah but in terms of like how much time tom hanks in rod howard spent like floating in space. It is insane is six hundred twelve. Can you imagine that much weightlessness in when they get to the top they only have twenty five seconds to say like the line or flip through the room. This one thing only one take and then you can't do it again. I actually want to see the documentary just on on that like. Show me the documentary. This film where you go up and you have twenty five seconds to say one line and if you screwed up. I don't even know how much money it costs to do that. Like well i mean if you ever look at this because i remember when this movie came out this is all the footage was all of this like you just saw them in space. A million times in like this vomit comet just is a parabola it just goes up and then the skyrockets down the the very intense thing you know in that way. I think this is where steven spielberg comes in. He says to a ron howard. Like don't put them on wires..

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"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Make the picture. Look great and so bums bums status. Nickname is bumming. also work with. Clint eastwood was the designer. The editor was a guy named bob. Lorenz who'd won an academy award working with kubrick on spartacus. You know we had this great technical team that was the sound designer wanted academy award for holiday s and the soundtrack is just fantastic. It's just you know you watched the movie. Now you can you. Can you know bite or wretched on amazon and you know watch it in the dark and turn up the sound and soundtrack is like whoa was like really eerie and spooky. And you know i mean. The film has its faults unfortunately but we got caught between a regime change at twentieth century. Fox who had green lit the picture and the president of fox that the time was a guy named joe roseanne and Like two weeks before we went to into principal photography. He was fired and he was replaced. By larry gordon and soon after larry left barry diller chain then with scott rudin in another producer whose name on forgetting at the moment for days sort of took over the studio and we became an orphan. Shaw we became a liability. You know when studios changes aims. And you've got us film in the middle of production it doesn't serve. A new regime will to put their money and efforts behind someone else's picture because there's far more downside than there is upside. It's much easier to say not long movie you know and just let go and spend no money marketing it. That's essentially what happened. We came out a year later. They spent less than a million dollars on advertising and marketing and the picture open at the time. We're called the dog days of august. I kind of august eighth. You know and then like very few cities and movie didn't do well. We got a very good review from richard. Schickel time magazine. He really liked it. And but the movie sort of came and died because nobody heard about it but people see it now and it's it actually has pretty good. You know i hear. It has pretty good reviews on amazon and a group did a dvd re-release. Forget that their name out of portland oregon just last year or a couple of years ago and two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen. They did a re release of the movie on dvd. And i think it's doing pretty well. And then when the pandemic hit. I tried to get the folks at amazon interested in again. Just see if they could do something because it was not very similar to twenty eight days later and that's stoddard movie about Contagion and had they put a little press behind. I'm sure a lot of people have watched it. 'cause it was particularly pandemic related. You know all of that you know unfortunately about a disease but just like turn on the news and the thing that was interesting that we made the movie and eighty is and there's all of that gene engineering and at the time. Everybody's talking about that. The pandemic was you know the secret lab. And you know we on china the bug got out you know from the and they were dealing with your and this is exactly what the movie was about exactly the we had made it thirty five years earlier. And it's it's a pretty good pretty good looking film. It's a lotta fun but how did a really good job. It's like you know sit down. Put your seatbelt on and away. You go the movie that wasting time anywhere. Kathleen quinlan delivered. A wonderful performance used as great as the heroine and distress and sam. Waterston plays this no slightly nerdy intelligence. Small town cop who to become a lawyer. Docket koto government. When government comes into cordoned off the you know the building and let it die inside people. Say oh i saw that would be. I really loved my mother. You know nobody. In came out. Few people saw it really is. I watched it again years later. I really really enjoy seeing it again now. I thought did a good job. And it's unfortunate. The movie didn't get a bigger plays. I mean say somebody who can also one of the first zombie movies as well. You know because that's what happens with these people getting deducted and they get sick. They fall asleep. You know you think they're dead and they wake up and they're like you know they're they're kind of they'd come zombie ish going around killing everybody so it was it was it was pretty wild and then after after that i tried to get a few pictures made as a producer. Which is you know. Hard to do. Work on with a bunch of lots of different directors on different things i work at warren beatty dick tracy for awhile and work with george miller the australian george miller trying to get something you know what he wanted to work on which is eastwick within that. That didn't quite work out. They hire the president of the studios brother to produce that instead of they which you know which is that's those are the ways of and worked with volker schloendorff who is a great director who did the tin drum and a picture that we. Unfortunately you know a lot of movie making us you begin you. You work on stuff that never quite makes it to the screen but working volk was a great treat i mean he was an artist t. was the dramas just a wonderful movie but it was a tough picture because it was about an apostate from the mormon church in it gets gets killed. You know 'cause he's sort of picks up arms and no take substantially as hostage when they're trying to come after him and i didn't didn't quite make that then. I worked in a movie with gillian. Armstrong called fires within and that was is quite a good movie and You know very you know. Very interesting with jimmy smits and greta scacchi. And i'm gonna forget the name of vincent to know. What a great actor vincent over and really really interesting triangular love story but very kind of anti castro which at the time in the early nineties was not quite the sentiment. You know it was particularly. The sentiment was more sort of more pro castro except in miami except in little havana where it was stolen. Anti-castro that's where this movie was written by a woman named cynthia see dray who was a cuban immigrant and she was telling a story from a different point of view. It was interesting. All of the in havana. We were called the los gusanos. Which i think is the like the and the insects i forget. Exactly exact trend being over they. They didn't hold us in very high regard for having worked on this. You know sort of what they consider to be anti-castro type type movie but it was good move in jail was really quite director out of australia. And it's quite a few movies and really quite grade with cast. And after that. I retro worked at got hired at sony pictures for a few years to run to like were. They called new technology divisions the first three d..

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"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"You know we sort of uh finished up. Empire was huge huge effort. But we were able to do it toward the end of the production. Gary came to me. And said i'd like to offer you an associate producer credit anyway and the other producers guy named robert watson would work on star wars to become a close friend of mine and i said well. It was okay with robert. I'd be happy to do it. I did not tread on his toes. And roberts said yes and so. My title changed from assistant producer to associate producer. So i was in charge of all of the post production. I lab production sound. You know everything. Most production editorial all sort of flow through me and my office and it was. You know again. I was very you know. I was nineteen eighty. I was twenty seven. You know turning twenty eight twenty seven and eighty when the picture came out. And i think that's out right so i was still you know still young guy. And when that was over i stayed on and then went to work on on jedi and became a co producer on jet line after jet. I went to go to a picture. Call the grid that we never made. It was a great time travel movie. A lot of elements of rich showed up the first terminator which was really interesting. 'cause because it was about people from the future coming back to our present you know to solve a problem before they go back to the future again and so there are a lot of the qualities of the terminator. That kind of showed would still be great movie. You know and i still joke with hell nafta that. Let's go out and set it up again because it was just a great great about you. Know four characters who come back come from the future to the present but like you make a wrong turn on the freeway so you wind up here and somebody else. Winds up there in time travel you. Something goes slightly awry. You know one person came down in one thousand nine hundred fifty five and somebody else came down in nineteen sixty five and somebody else came down and seventy five and then the last person came down in nineteen eighty and it says all about these three characters trying to get themselves back together to figure out how to get back to the future you know where they all have their lives so it's really a great script and one of the magazines forgetting. Maybe it was fantastic credit than it did a whole article the whole issue on the grid and we we hired to work on it. Ralph macquarie and sid need and another guy named peter or if they had the you had the most unbelievable concept work that was done through the props vehicles in the future looked like it was just like a high popping but we were the production company was the lead company and they had just made the right stuff and when it came out and did really poorly and they ran out of money and we have to find a partner because they couldn't afford the whole ticket which was like fourteen million dollars at the time you know. Nineteen is nineteen eighty three eighty four and eighty three eighty four. Fourteen million was too too rich for them and so we went looking for other partners. It's like it's like your classic producing story of you know what to and whatnot to do as a producer that you weren't along the way and i was you know 'cause in been my first movie as a producer for say sole producer and spielberg the movie and he took it to universal. Said you should come make this movie. We brought it to universal. And we had meetings with lou wasserman and sid sheinberg partnering with laddy to make the picture and maybe the budget at that point was like sixteen million because there were a lot of visual effects in it and stuff that had never been done before but we had all this great concept art and a great script and we were interviewing all these great actors to be in it. Like you know mel gibson and harrison shell pfeiffer and glenn close you know they were all sort of at back and they were all starting their careers you know induce beginning to break out and how you know interest from quite a few of that working in the movie but true to form. Universal was like well. We can't do it for sixteen but he can get the budget down to fourteen. We'll do it. It's like if i knew. Then what i knew. Now i would have said okay. We'll do it you know. I should have just learned the lessons that i had learned earlier in my career. You know about sometimes the student. You know what i also learned later in my room and i went to work into studio. Which is you know a studio. say fourteen. The budget sixteen and they'll go to their financing people and they were going to put in eighteen to twenty to cover themselves to make the movie. And but i said no and so we. We never know film. Unfortunately we went to other places and other people. We went to hbo because they were just starting up and they weren't interested so we didn't get the picture made. But after that. Hal had written recall sign which is really good movie. I don't know if you've seen it lately. I've never seen it at all. But it's very pandemic related because all about a accident in a gene splicing laboratory in rural utah. We're the local community. Thinks you're involved in agra genetics. But they're actually in one lap during germ warfare and it gets out and people start to get sick and they closed the lab. Because they don't have an antidote and the people on the outside don't know what they're doing but are trying to break into rescue roll their loved ones and the people in the inside are getting sick and the ones who aren't getting sick or trying to break out and the government shows up and they can't they need to let the disease run its course because otherwise disease gets out the whole world will get infected and the idea. The idea behind this is genetically engineered disease was that it infects the rage center of the brain so that your enemy kills themselves. You don't have to kill them. That was the day that was that the thrust bind. And it's it's actually it's a it's it's a it's a real rocket right is a good movie and it was with sam waterston and kathleen quinlan and yada koto in richard dice. Heart and jeffrey domon in condie was the director of photography henry. Bumps dad was the production designer. Who done hitchcock movies. And george roy hill movies and great productions. I my effort. The producer was surrounded time director with great technical..

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"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Now at 888971 Sage. That's 8889717243. Eldorado is Let Larry know what's on your mind. This country is so racist. We've elected a black president. Twice and the black population can say they're the ones that elected him because they only represent 13% of the population on he won by a landslide. Triple 8971 s a G triple 89717243. I am Larry Elder. We are Relief factor dot com to the only couple to call it the lamps landslide, but it was a spent substantial victory. Yeah. I mentioned the mental woman. Let me we haven't We heard from Thomas yet. You call back? No. No, Thomas, huh? Drat. Headline in The Washington Times House dims I minimum wage laws to fix past racial discrimination. Here's a Walter Williams said about the Minimum ways. The late great Walter Williams in an article called Minimum Wage and Discrimination. You talked about during South Africa's apartheid era. Races, unions. Supported the minimum wage. In 1925. Something called the South African Economic and Wage Commission, said this quote the method would be to fix a minimum rate for an occupation of craft so high that no native would likely Would be likely to be employed in the quote no native would be likely to be employed. In other words, we're going to Jack up the wage so high will be able get white people. Black people won't be able to compete for lower wages. We're gonna make that illegal. So what the union leader said. Apartheid Africa. The secretary of the racist Building Workers Union and apartheid Africa, complained quote There is no job reservation left in the building industry and in the circumstances I support. The rate for the job minimum wage as a second best way to protect our white Artie Asians. End of quote. Equal pay for equal work rights. Walter Williams became the rallying slogan of the South African White labor movement. He writes quote. These laborers knew if employees were forced to pay black workers the same wages as white workers that would be reduced incentive to hire blacks in the quote. He also talks about how racist you the minimum wage here in America. 1909 bitter strike by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fireman and an engineer man in the U. S s a union. My dad belong to by the way. Arbitration board decreed that blacks and whites will be paid equal wages. Union members expressed delight, saying quote if this course of action is followed by the company and the incentive for employing the Negro thus removed. The strike will not have been in vain. End of quote. Regarding the Davis Bacon active 1931 that says, When you hire federal contractors, you have to pay them prevailing union wages. Quote are our nation's first minimum wage law, The Davis Bacon Act of 1931 had a racist motivation. During this legislative debate, Its congressional supporters made such statements as quote that contractor has cheap colored label colored labor that he transports and he put him in cabins. And it is labor of the that sort that is in competition with white labor throughout the country Colored labor is being sought to demoralize wage rates. Close quote, said the President of the American Federation of Labor, William Green. Colored labor is being sought to demoralize wage rate, close quote and the same people who talk about the legacy of slavery and Jim Crow have no problem supporting minimum wage despite its racist legacy, no problem supporting gun control despite its racist legacy, no problem supporting The war on drugs despite its racist Legacy. This thing on Thomas is in Atlanta. Georgia. Thomas, You're in the Larry Over show. Thank you so much for calling. All right, Larry? Yeah, I wanted to ask you. I'm sure you've probably read what your favorite Thomas L book is. I'm guessing you ready? Yeah, I'm here Is your question was my favorite Thomas Holbrook. Yeah, well, he's written about 40, and every one of them is brilliant. Where do I start? He had one called Ethnic America. He's one call inside American education. He has a trilogy called Conquest and Cultures. Hey, has basic economics book that he's put in several different revisions. Now it's It's so popular. He's written 40 books, each one more brilliant than the other one. He had one called Conflict divisions, which is amazing. Uh, just pick one. But I think I would start with ethnic America. Anyway. If Thomas thank you very much for that. I really do appreciate it. I am sure that Jesse Jackson makes 10 times that much money a year as I do, and I don't think I should take on the project of convincing somebody to reduce his income by 90%. Now, why is relief actors so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question. 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"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on The Deep Dive Podcast

The Deep Dive Podcast

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on The Deep Dive Podcast

"Racism and the overall struggle even within massachusetts regimen part of the union of the free peoples had to face so many setbacks and yet they they emerged as as heroes of this particular battle as it were So i i love it when me for a couple of reasons one i love it. I'm a history major. And i love his historical move. I love when they're they're really tied to events. Although i understand there has to be some creative license but when they get a lot of it right. That's when i kinda go in for the for the you know the hardcore at aberration of it But also i don't know any movie that has music from james horner that i don't like us. James james is probably what he's right up there next to i i. I can't even think name. The german guy came with his name. Like we're like. We're i'm i don't know I'm i'm trying to think of the gladiator soundtrack to james. Yeah Right zimmer is that it they go in any case this would be is heavy. It's got lots of bloody battles in it It it shows just the discrepancies in the disparity between a black and white soldier especially a black soldier in the union army It's kind of like saying. Hey don't think everything was really great for african americans. Just 'cause they were in the in the north they still safe so many Hardships and difficulties. There was still so much prejudice even in the north where they claim to be quote tolerate tolerance. Yeah you know. And it exposes. I should say A lot of the just the in fairness right and then the and adequacy and the two for one scenario and then just just not a great time. But they emerge. Here's at this battle and denzel washington's great in it mortgage free minutes wonderful and It actually gets really highly rated I think i'm fifty seven point eight. And that's like a hundred and fifty thousand votes Metacritic is a seventy eight tomatoes. He's ninety three meter. Yeah that's the tomato meter itself and then ninety three from the audience court so people love this movie. And i think it has a lot to do with because we're coming off the era of You know fantasy with wolves and and all these long Less than mohicans these long epic dramas right that have to deal with historical context people. I think there's a time and a place where people just love these things and you'll notice like when movies come out of that drama you know shortly thereafter. We've got a couple in a row. That are like oh cool. This is another historical drama because you know movies happening. Waves and p people like what they like and so movie theaters and production company directors. We'll try and go after. What is the is hot right now. And in that case Around this time they historical drama was huge But it's funny. Because i wasn't actually planning on doing this one but i mentioned to you earlier before we started the podcast that i had received a trial subscription of stars like whatever reason they just upped it and i was like okay. Well i'm not complain. And if i'm stars and i was like another child wash it i watch this in high school years. How many But it's it's a really good film. That i encourage anybody to watch it to watch it with an open. Mind right You watch enough for france stars if you have action you can rent on amazon voodoo google than usual places for around the usual same two or three bucks If you can find it for purchase. I would think right ahead like. I think it's worth having your next to dance with wolves and is in the category of like long movies that i could get lost brave. Yeah yeah you know what. I mean i think. Check it out good movie and the second before. Has some honorable mentions nicely you know. And it's a really good thing nobody still holds onto. Those civil war grudges now Oh who yeah any round my next pick. Let's just make a segue. Here is also a based on a true story a it. it's not about the civil war. It's about a civil action. I don't know if you're familiar with this. So in civil action. Yeah in the town of woburn massachusetts or as they say gubin mubin during the one thousand nine hundred is a number of residents of the area were being stricken with cancer leukaemia and other ill at a greater rate than what was considered normal Yeah it was a what's called a cancer cluster at its The what it is is basically an unusually high group of incidents of cancer. Now the blame for this cancer. Cluster fell on a local tannery which is a place that treats the skins of animals to make leather off. This particular tannery was owned through a long ladder. Subsidiaries by mega corporation beatrice foods for justice. This is a good case. Twelve over fifteen years. They think it has with the city's drinking water. One lawyer will discover somewhere out here. Somebody have seen what happened. The only thing more dangerous than burying the truth a lot of people in my neighborhood that a dead from something is uncovering it. You go back out there and you catch him in a lie. We're three layers. Their three hundred. We can't afford a long drawn out. Trial mortgage my house. I have from the number one electrifying bestseller. If you're gonna not the guy down. What i wanted was an apology. What they did to my son. John travolta robert duvall john. Lewis go william h macy and kathleen quinlan and. This isn't about money anymore. What's in about jenn. It's about this a civil action. The townspeople of wu been sued the company for dumping chemicals including an industrial solvent called trichloroethylene into the groundwater. Now trichloroethylene is a known carcinogen. Da the film follows the court case against the company and focuses on attorney jan schlicht man who was played by john travolta and the lawyers that work for him now initially jan refuses to take the case but he changes his mind when he sees the potential in the publicity that taking the case would bring his small law firm now while investigating the company and the impact. The illnesses having the community he gets invested personally and begins to become an obsession with him. Now it's going to ruin his firm if he loses which is a distinct possibility given the army of lawyers. The defendant brings to the case so this is basically a david and goliath story. Now i will tell you. I am a sucker for a good legal drama You know in fact actually once Entertain the idea of becoming a lawyer and then someone told me i had to go to law school and they're pretty much ended that.

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"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"Was really impressed. Because is young. And i know he made to the features of which i saw really really likes but still you don't see that a lot with young directors they might want to generalize just saying he over my experience. It's like little Apprehensive a little more nervous today. And let's i change things too much and i understand that that's not a that's not a wrong place to come from. But is it was really open. He was he was very conducive to the four of us. Were change things in ad-lib things and we added all kinds of things in the film so he was just really open to that completely but not blindly he would he would. He would think about it and then again. Let's try and so. That's the kind of filmmaker you want where they had the confidence change on the day and anyone who doesn't want to do that is is going to be a challenge to work with an isaac. Isaac wonderful just any and he's having fun he and i are both film nerds like i watch a movie every day and and i probably does the same so we just talk in film terms like all day long and and yet i love working with him like i. I just I just finished directing feature. We just finished post on it. And i sent it to isaac breakaway long. Yes she left me a sixteen minute voice message and then we talked for about an hour the next day so you know we really like formed a great relationship over because he's an easy with and that makes you a better filmmaker having somebody to bounce ideas off absolutely and i think it's all like you know at the end of the day were a community of artists and and and you only get better. I think by being challenged or or or being inspired and And luckily guys who can do both a great cast member besides some are the ones you mentioned. Kathleen quinlan is in this. And i think she's using actor and apollo thirteen and so many other credits i. I've been watching her a long time and it's great to have somebody like that in a film like this. Yeah i mean. I didn't have any with her. She she's she's only in the beginning of the film. But it's so cool. 'cause 'cause it's a face that you know and you feel comfortable with and you're in good hands and started filming on the kathleen quinlan. I mean like obviously apollo thirteen. But she got me in a bully breakdown that will with kurt. Russell has sorry. I thought she was fantastic. Yeah another great actors in the suit. David harewood oh. Yeah that's right. Yes strict british actor. Yeah i think he's wonderful actually granted to him not long after we films and i haven't seen them shop for like a day and he's a sweetest guy that works. He's big like hand. Some tough looking movie star is like the sweetest gentleman you've ever met in your life so that was. That was a treat for me. Because i'm a huge fan. Yeah me too. I mean. I love his cake on the martian manhunter on and supergirl and i think he's doing that job cra- he makes everything kinda saying and it's a pleasure being company like that. Yeah absolutely. there's more sci fi taught so stay tuned back on fi talk. I'm tony tomato. You've been in some really cool projects of movie. That was really its own thing. Bad times at the el royale man..

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"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Today. We're discussing warning signs starring Sam Waterston. Kathleen Quinlan my Italian cousin Koto. Jeffrey Demon directed by HAL bar. Would this is Arnie? From Quarantine and Stewart and this is the CO host feels rage beautiful rage Jacob. Yes folks I am in Quarantine. I've actually broken quarantine. I have not left my bedroom in eight days. I have broken quarantine to come to the recording studio so we could record about plague and I'm glad to hear that you're up. You sound pretty good. It sounds like things are going. Well Yeah this is not a joke or a bit people. Yeah Yeah you're awfully chipper about it but just to put it in perspective. You seem to be dealing with it well and we're glad about that. We usually record on Wednesdays. I came down with it on the Thursday after recording. I had like six days of hell and I'm back for this feeling my best. I haven't gotten the results of the coverted test back. I did get one of the coveted Cova tests. They did take a cotton swab and stick and so for up my nose. I think they swabbed my frontal lobe. I don't think I have cove it. I got a flu or something. I don't think I'm sick enough for coveted. But in an abundance of caution yes our local respiratory clinic has ordered me into isolation for two weeks but yes. I felt like if there's a movie that I should break quarantine to discuss. Its warning sign in our viral outbreak series. Yeah because they break a whole lot of rules in this film Yes. The nineteen eighties is a huge decade. For pandemic you know the AIDS crisis explodes. I wanted to cover one of those films. But they weren't made in the one thousand nine hundred. Eighty s yeah. They all came out in the nineties. Right they did. I mean let's just call it. What it is. You couldn't be gay on screen in the nineteen eighties. It was this big taboo and if they dealt with AIDS. It was usually like an very sensitive. Tv movie like an Early Frost or like an indie film. Like one of Steve buscemi's early parting glances and none of them talked about it as an epidemic. They were just stories about gay life and one of the characters would be infected with HIV can see. I remember the one aides. Tv movie. I think from the eighties that I remember. It wasn't even about gay life. It was about a got it from a blood transfusion. Oh yeah they didn't even want to address that Ryan White. He was a hemophiliac definitely. Did try to push that narrative and that story and one of the lessons we can learn about pandemic is until it touches everybody. It's very easy to marginalize or at least a celebrity. That's when Reagan notice when his buddy rock Hudson died of HIV. That's when he's like. Oh maybe we should use some government money to research this. Yes it took. I think seven years from becoming does outbreak in San Francisco. Bath houses to being something that the president would talk about. But my dad was there. Here's the weird thing about my life I knew about. Std's before I knew about sex. My Dad led the Public Health Department on Sexually Transmitted Diseases. One of my earliest memories was that he had this shirt that said stamp out sex in really big letters and then in tiny letters at ped- dash usually transmitted diseases and he walked around the mall and people would point. I wanted to just crawl under awry. They just think it was like he's anti-sex because that's what it sounds like. He was so funny to get those reactions but he was there and he'd come home from work and he's looked yes. I'm going to all the gay bars. Were doing all this outreach. Because of this grid this gay cancer as it was described in the early eighties and eventually became known as eights. And if you want to see a movie around this time that was about it. I think you'd have to look at like fatal attraction. I actually think the whole erotic thriller genre is really a Metaphor about AIDS. Like the idea that if you step out on your wife or you do anything. Outside of your monogamous relationship is going to kill you like many cases. It's just a bitch with a knife but she's eight that's what it is. I never thought about it that but I do like those movies and I did think those movies more than AIDS kept men celebrate. Yeah and if you want to see a movie about the AIDS pandemic one of the earliest made. It was an. Hbo Movie in the Early Nineties was based on a book by randy shells and the band played on the movies kind of me but he's got a lot of celebrities in a lot of recognizable faces and it does a good job of at least telling you the history about how it all unfolded and what it was like. During that time when AIDS equal death there were no drugs. There was no hope and many people felt like it was in times. I really liked that movie. When we get to the review of contagion what contagion reminded me. Most of is in the band played on down. But let's talk about a different kind of outbreak. Yeah I'm surprised out of all the eighties. This is the outbreak movie that you picked Zombie Movie. Yeah I mean what? What else is there? I was looking at least this is a movie about does deal with an actual virus was being discussed. Here is real. I don't know if it's accurate to all the symptoms that you can acquire from it but Borna is an infectious disease that did break out in a little German town and we can discuss it so it had some validity that was the criteria. Oh so that part's real. Yes I had no idea that people ever died and came back. That's really happening. I'm not seeing. The screen is an accurate representation. What I'm saying is I looked for an outbreak movie that had some scientific backing and this writer director was very proud to say he did his research and he wanted this to be as real as possible. Who's even behind that like? Did this come out in theaters. I've never heard of warning sign and I saw it a lot. It was always on cable. I think what happened was this is a first time director. It was someone that had worked a lot with Lucas and Spielberg. He was a ghost rider on close encounters and script doctor and work on return of the Jedi behind the scenes. And what have you? And he was finally getting. His first and his last movie Bar would would never direct again but he wrote the script for Sugarland Express and he just knew the right people. I look this guy up. I've seen a ton of his work. Indiana Jones and the fate of Atlantis Indiana Jones and his Desktop Adventures Indiana Jones in his infernal machine. I played all of those. Yeah on the commentary of this Blu Ray that I had. He basically said that he knew even while he was finishing. This movie. Directing wasn't for him he was getting into this whole video game craze. That was happening and that is where he put all of his energy but at the time he thought he would want to try his hand behind the camera after writing so many scripts his thought was. I've written scripts on the cheap. So much can it be that hard to write movies on the cheap so much. The answer is yes. This movie struggled for budget. Fox was very frugal about wanting to give this movie. Anything at the end. I guess it was a big battle with the producers and the studio to studio punishment was. We're going to put you out at the end of summer. August released not good the week after return of the living dead. So you know like if people even wanted to see Zombie movie the much better Zombie Film. They're not going to go to warning sign. This didn't even crack the top twenty disappeared. A blip you wouldn't have known it happened but it was always on cable and I just always saw pieces of it and I wanted to connect to again. I can't say I was excited but I wanted to connect the images in my mind and what they were talking about. It reminded me a lot of andromeda strain that pace the tone the kind of characters that were in it. It felt much more SCIENC- than your average Zombie movie.

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Warning Sign

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

07:45 min | 2 years ago

Warning Sign

"Today. We're discussing warning signs starring Sam Waterston. Kathleen Quinlan my Italian cousin Koto. Jeffrey Demon directed by HAL bar. Would this is Arnie? From Quarantine and Stewart and this is the CO host feels rage beautiful rage Jacob. Yes folks I am in Quarantine. I've actually broken quarantine. I have not left my bedroom in eight days. I have broken quarantine to come to the recording studio so we could record about plague and I'm glad to hear that you're up. You sound pretty good. It sounds like things are going. Well Yeah this is not a joke or a bit people. Yeah Yeah you're awfully chipper about it but just to put it in perspective. You seem to be dealing with it well and we're glad about that. We usually record on Wednesdays. I came down with it on the Thursday after recording. I had like six days of hell and I'm back for this feeling my best. I haven't gotten the results of the coverted test back. I did get one of the coveted Cova tests. They did take a cotton swab and stick and so for up my nose. I think they swabbed my frontal lobe. I don't think I have cove it. I got a flu or something. I don't think I'm sick enough for coveted. But in an abundance of caution yes our local respiratory clinic has ordered me into isolation for two weeks but yes. I felt like if there's a movie that I should break quarantine to discuss. Its warning sign in our viral outbreak series. Yeah because they break a whole lot of rules in this film Yes. The nineteen eighties is a huge decade. For pandemic you know the AIDS crisis explodes. I wanted to cover one of those films. But they weren't made in the one thousand nine hundred. Eighty s yeah. They all came out in the nineties. Right they did. I mean let's just call it. What it is. You couldn't be gay on screen in the nineteen eighties. It was this big taboo and if they dealt with AIDS. It was usually like an very sensitive. Tv movie like an Early Frost or like an indie film. Like one of Steve buscemi's early parting glances and none of them talked about it as an epidemic. They were just stories about gay life and one of the characters would be infected with HIV can see. I remember the one aides. Tv movie. I think from the eighties that I remember. It wasn't even about gay life. It was about a got it from a blood transfusion. Oh yeah they didn't even want to address that Ryan White. He was a hemophiliac definitely. Did try to push that narrative and that story and one of the lessons we can learn about pandemic is until it touches everybody. It's very easy to marginalize or at least a celebrity. That's when Reagan notice when his buddy rock Hudson died of HIV. That's when he's like. Oh maybe we should use some government money to research this. Yes it took. I think seven years from becoming does outbreak in San Francisco. Bath houses to being something that the president would talk about. But my dad was there. Here's the weird thing about my life I knew about. Std's before I knew about sex. My Dad led the Public Health Department on Sexually Transmitted Diseases. One of my earliest memories was that he had this shirt that said stamp out sex in really big letters and then in tiny letters at ped- dash usually transmitted diseases and he walked around the mall and people would point. I wanted to just crawl under awry. They just think it was like he's anti-sex because that's what it sounds like. He was so funny to get those reactions but he was there and he'd come home from work and he's looked yes. I'm going to all the gay bars. Were doing all this outreach. Because of this grid this gay cancer as it was described in the early eighties and eventually became known as eights. And if you want to see a movie around this time that was about it. I think you'd have to look at like fatal attraction. I actually think the whole erotic thriller genre is really a Metaphor about AIDS. Like the idea that if you step out on your wife or you do anything. Outside of your monogamous relationship is going to kill you like many cases. It's just a bitch with a knife but she's eight that's what it is. I never thought about it that but I do like those movies and I did think those movies more than AIDS kept men celebrate. Yeah and if you want to see a movie about the AIDS pandemic one of the earliest made. It was an. Hbo Movie in the Early Nineties was based on a book by randy shells and the band played on the movies kind of me but he's got a lot of celebrities in a lot of recognizable faces and it does a good job of at least telling you the history about how it all unfolded and what it was like. During that time when AIDS equal death there were no drugs. There was no hope and many people felt like it was in times. I really liked that movie. When we get to the review of contagion what contagion reminded me. Most of is in the band played on down. But let's talk about a different kind of outbreak. Yeah I'm surprised out of all the eighties. This is the outbreak movie that you picked Zombie Movie. Yeah I mean what? What else is there? I was looking at least this is a movie about does deal with an actual virus was being discussed. Here is real. I don't know if it's accurate to all the symptoms that you can acquire from it but Borna is an infectious disease that did break out in a little German town and we can discuss it so it had some validity that was the criteria. Oh so that part's real. Yes I had no idea that people ever died and came back. That's really happening. I'm not seeing. The screen is an accurate representation. What I'm saying is I looked for an outbreak movie that had some scientific backing and this writer director was very proud to say he did his research and he wanted this to be as real as possible. Who's even behind that like? Did this come out in theaters. I've never heard of warning sign and I saw it a lot. It was always on cable. I think what happened was this is a first time director. It was someone that had worked a lot with Lucas and Spielberg. He was a ghost rider on close encounters and script doctor and work on return of the Jedi behind the scenes. And what have you? And he was finally getting. His first and his last movie Bar would would never direct again but he wrote the script for Sugarland Express and he just knew the right people. I look this guy up. I've seen a ton of his work. Indiana Jones and the fate of Atlantis Indiana Jones and his Desktop Adventures Indiana Jones in his infernal machine. I played all of those. Yeah on the commentary of this Blu Ray that I had. He basically said that he knew even while he was finishing. This movie. Directing wasn't for him he was getting into this whole video game craze. That was happening and that is where he put all of his energy but at the time he thought he would want to try his hand behind the camera after writing so many scripts his thought was. I've written scripts on the cheap. So much can it be that hard to write movies on the cheap so much. The answer is yes. This movie struggled for budget. Fox was very frugal about wanting to give this movie. Anything at the end. I guess it was a big battle with the producers and the studio to studio punishment was. We're going to put you out at the end of summer. August released not good the week after return of the living dead. So you know like if people even wanted to see Zombie movie the much better Zombie Film. They're not going to go to warning sign. This didn't even crack the top twenty disappeared. A blip you wouldn't have known it happened but it was always on cable and I just always saw pieces of it and I wanted to connect to again. I can't say I was excited but I wanted to connect the images in my mind and what they were talking about. It reminded me a lot of andromeda strain that pace the tone the kind of characters that were in it. It felt much more SCIENC- than your average Zombie movie.

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"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of our community that were destroyed on the inside in some of our homes and our businesses were destroyed on the inside and emotionally and stuff were destroyed on the inside so that's where we're at in nearby trona locals are getting free transportation from the area high school to ridge crest the families without cars can get groceries and essential supplies to a holy site hotel NPR news as free college programs become more and more popular throughout the U. S. a new report suggests there may be one group of students left out those raising kids here's and here's a lesson that warning about one in five college students and U. S. are raising children while in school they're more likely to be when in and people of color at three college gain traction we need to make sure that these programs are designed with all students in mind Lindsey Rechlin cruise wrote the report from the institute for women's policy research often free college programs require participants to the recent high school graduates attend school full time or to be going to college for the first time but that's not the reality for many student parents there are a lot of people out there who have some college that didn't end up graduating with a degree in many of those people have children and then there's the money issue free college programs rarely cover expenses outside tuition costs not often stand in the way from getting that degree listen I twenty NPR news Washington this is NPR news from KQED news I'm Jeremy Siegel East Bay congressman Eric Swalwell is holding a press conference this afternoon at his campaign headquarters in Dublin KQED is politics editor Scot Shafer says it could spell the end of swallows run for president swell wells run for president was always regarded as a long shot a native of Iowa he places bets on winning the Iowa caucus and has built a ground operation there as a member of the house intelligence committee the East Bay Democrat has been a regular on national cable shows frequently criticizing Donald Trump but with no national fundraising base on a lackluster performance in the first democratic debate Swalwell campaign never took off and now he's at risk of failing to qualify for the next debate at the end of July yes well well does drop out he still will be able to run for a fifth term in Congress I'm Scott Shafer KQED news the Berkeley city council is expected to vote this week on whether to ban police from using certain restraint devices like spit hoods in masks on suspects KQED is Kathleen Quinlan has more the mental health commission is pushing to replace so called spit hoods and mass with non restraining safety equipment like in ninety five mass they say these mass or less invasive yet still effective the commission says the use of space hoods essentially a breathable bag over the suspect's head is traumatizing and can be a violation of constitutional civil rights the Berkeley police department says these are strange devices are vital in protecting personnel from assaults bidding or biting which may spread.

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And they were seeking to detain him Intel trial and not not let him go out on bail NPR's quill Lawrence have seen is charged with sex trafficking of underage girls and conspiring to have alleged victims recruit others about eleven years ago I've seen pleaded guilty to state charges in Florida of soliciting a person under eighteen for prostitution he was sentenced to thirty months in jail but serve much of that on work release he was also able to maintain his extravagant lifestyle the person who oversaw that deal former US attorney Alexandra Costa is now U. S. labor secretary the U. into tonic watchdog confirms he runs claim that the running government has exceeded the cap on uranium and Richmond said in the twenty fifteen anti nuclear deal and peers Peter Kenyon has the latest nuclear deal caps Iran's enrichment of uranium at less than four percent but Iran's atomic energy organization is quoted as saying Iran has now gone past that limit that means to run is now stockpiling too much uranium and enriching it more than allowed nonproliferation expert Laura Rockwood says so far the breaches of in small but she worries about around other commitments and I think the worst case scenario is if Iran were to walk out of the NPT the nuclear nonproliferation treaty she says around is nowhere near that point yet but Iranian officials say further breaches of the deal have been discussed Peter Kenyon NPR news Vienna U. N. High Commissioner for human rights Machel Bachelot condemns the conditions of detention of refugees and migrants after they crossed the US seven border in Geneva Lisa schline reports a High Commissioner is particularly shocked at the treatment of children who she says should never be put in detention were separated from their families let's let is personally stricken by the way US authorities are treating refugee and migrant children she says as a pediatrician as a mother and as a former head of state she's alarmed to see migrant children who already have suffered so much forced to sleep on the floor and not given enough to eat she urges the US to find non custodial alternatives for child and adult migrants that's Lisa schline reporting from Geneva the Dow is down one hundred twenty two points this is NPR news from KQED news I'm Jeremy Siegel East Bay congressman Eric Swalwell is holding a press conference this afternoon at his campaign headquarters in Dublin KQED is politics editor Scot Shafer says it could spell the end of swallows run for president swell wells run for president was always regarded as a long shot a native of Iowa he places bets on winning the Iowa markets and has built a ground operation there as a member of the house intelligence committee the East Bay Democrat has been a regular on national cable shows frequently criticizing Donald Trump but with no national fundraising based on a lackluster performance in the first democratic debate Swalwell campaign never took off and now he's at risk of failing to qualify for the next debate at the end of July yes well well does drop out he still will be able to run for a fifth term in Congress I'm Scott Shafer KQED news the Berkeley city council is expected to vote this week on whether to ban police from using certain restraint devices lakes bit hoods in masks on suspects he would use Kathleen Quinlan has more the mental health commission is pushing to replace so called spit hoods and mass with non restraining safety equipment like in ninety five mass they say these mass or less invasive yet still effective the commission says the use of spit herds essentially a breathable back over the suspect's head is traumatizing and can be a violation of constitutional civil rights the Berkeley police department says these are strange devices are vital in protecting personnel from assaults bidding or biting.

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"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Good morning president trump choreographed a dramatic moment walking through the DMZ into North Korea how much is that just your worth in efforts to rid the north of its nuclear program its morning edition from NPR news the last summit between the US and North Korea fell apart earlier this year is there an opening now for negotiation I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin protest against the government in Hong Kong once again turned violent in our health segment like too much sitting really is bad for your health and why smiling may not make you as happy as you hope plus remaking NASA's mission control to honor the Apollo moon landing fifty years ago it's Monday July first Debbie Harry of the band Blondie turned seventy four years old news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm winter Johnston president trump says negotiations have restarted with North Korea over the country's nuclear programs the announcement came after trump became the first US president to step into the north for a photo shoot and meeting with Kim Jong moon on Sunday it's not clear how the trump administration plans to strike a deal with Pyongyang the printing of paper forms for the twenty twenty census was scheduled to start today but as NPR's on the low long reports it's unclear whether the trump administration will meet that deadline after the supreme court's recent ruling on a census citizenship question the Supreme Court has ruled to keep off census forms for now this question is this person a citizen of United States but the trump initiation can try to make another case in court for the addition time is running out though the printing of one point five billion paper forms and other mailings was scheduled to start today census bureau officials have testified that pushing that back to the end of October would require quote exceptional effort and additional resources from the ministration attorneys are set to tell a federal judge in Maryland today whether they won't try to push for the question again if they do the judges ready to move forward with we considering discrimination and conspiracy allegations against the question on the long and your news New York the national transportation safety board says it's investigating a small plane crash in Texas that killed ten people on board officials say the private plane was leading an airport near Dallas yesterday when it veered into a hangar and burst into flames and here's the official Jennifer Brody says witness video may help determine the cause of the crash we are aware of three different videos and more in the process as we speak of having our specials review that footage witnesses say it appeared the plane may have struggled to take off but officials cannot confirm that engine failure is to blame the preliminary report is expected to be released in about two weeks San Francisco's annual pride parade was marked with protests and demonstrations on Sunday Kathleen Quinlan from member station KQED reports a group of Google employees March and protest after their demands for the tech giant be removed as a corporate sponsor were denied by SF pride these employees say that they have asked repeatedly for better policing of online LGBT Q. harassment on YouTube but they have seen an increase and a large amount of heat content that the company has yet to take down the organizer who didn't want to give his name over fear of retribution says pride is about protest if Google won't.

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"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"More information on the way Newsday from the BBC stay with us live from NPR news in Washington I'm your rom secretary of state my Pompeii says a new round of talks with North Korea on its nuclear program will most likely happen sometime in July this comes after president trump met with north Korean leader Kim Jong on at the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas Sunday NPR's Tamera Keith says the president is optimistic about the prospect of such talks he argues that his relationship with Kim his willingness to meet with him even literally in his own territory will eventually lead to some real tangible progress on the nuclear issue so trump said that there will be teams are from the two nations meeting soon end quote we'll see what happens which is what he always says he also invited Kim to the White House NPR's Tamera Keith security forces in Sudan continue to crackdown on protesters who taking to the streets of the capital city Khartoum Halina good Condi reports at least seven people have been killed defiant activists filled the streets of the capital city of heart two months Sunday and what is being called the millions March it's the first major demonstration and weeks after Sudanese military forces finally disperse protesters earlier this month killing more than one hundred people the massacre brought an end to negotiations between opposition protesters and the military which ousted Sudan's former president in April but the violence against protesters continues one activists in Khartoum told NPR that he saw live ammunition and tear gas protestors continue to call for justice for those killed an immediate transition to civilian led rule for NPR news I'm Holly market Condi in Nairobi Kenya San Francisco's annual pride parade was marked with protests and demonstrations Sunday from member station KQED Kathleen Quinlan reports a group of Google employees marched in protest after their demands for the tech giant be removed as a corporate sponsor were denied by SF pride these employees say that they have asked repeatedly for better policing of online LGBT Q. harassment on YouTube but they have seen an increase and a large amount of heat content that the company has yet to take down the organizer who didn't want to give his name over fear of retribution says pride is about protest if Google.

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"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"Or he got something just unwatchable grotesque like captivity or something like a beautiful young girl is being tortured and abasement for two hours that was very popular in the mid two thousands. I never got into that shit. Other than hostile hassles about as much torture porn is. I like I love hostile one. But then hostile two and three are very whatever. I say three I like to though, oh hate two to three. I think is better than to hate it too. I thought to lost everything that made the first one great which was which was you realize that the end of the first one what you're watching is this very tense escape adventure. It's not torture porn. It's got moments airy grotesque imagery. No hostile becomes one of the most exciting action movies of my lifetime. It's great. And then two is literally just now we're gonna show it from the perspective. Of the people that kill them. They're like, well, that's not what while I don't agree with that choice. And I don't think it holds a candle. I don't think too is without merit. I didn't say three threes better than to. I think but you would disagree with me. I think I feel like, but I like three got back a little more to just what the first one was threes ninety lie. Roth right. He just produced it. But I mean look in ally. Roth. I'm sorry. I respect the man. And I like some of what he does he falls into a Hong history of directors where when they do something great like hostile one you watch their other stuff. And I'm stepping back going does this guy. Even know why? This was good, right? I mean, he's never he's never paralleled that at all. Yeah. You know? So it's it's, you know, not to knock them. But. But anyway, I do like the history of Har I think that's pretty cool that that's a knock them like knock knock the other Eli Roth movie that recently came is that LA Roth. I like that movie. So there was a nice little like, I think that's where he he should thrive now is doing little thrillers and horror pictures, great at them. Yeah. Fun. He tried to go to big with like the green inferno. And I know. Was not my bag at all. I watched that and wished I had not it fact isn't Kathleen Quinlan in hostile to doesn't she the woman with the sickle that like bays in the blood or whatever that doesn't sound right to me. But maybe she was mad dynamiting that doors flick. I love Quinlan and. Yeah. Again, one of the best of those mid nineties thrillers is breakdown with j t Walsh, my namesake, one of the great character actors Kurt Russell, and Kathleen Quinlan the biggest role JT Walsh ever had really got to be the villain and damn it's if you seen breakdown Joe. No, it is fucking great. I think I think I have I have the DVD you could probably by Amazon for three bucks. You can probably download it for five bucks or whatever. For free. You can borrow it from me. Yes. It is such a great fucking thriller. It's not even on Blu Ray, but seek it out. Well worth it. I remember it came out about the same time as scream so all the cool people wanted to go see scream it was sold out. I slid over to break down. I had the time of my God damn life. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Patty. We haven't done our shoutouts yet for this. My. Here we go with them right now. Af broad Brad stone Aaron Malinowski Aaron Roberts, Abby manual Abram. Right. Adam Banasik, Adam Lounes Bary L a hundred sell Gado, Alex Lowe, Alex, Nelson, Alex Shipley Alexander. Oh god. This is not showing us full names. Oh, there it is. I'll exander Montera Montera Monto Rubio. All right. Can you could you have said it faster? Better Alexander stun Alexander Thomas Alice. Ryan, Amanda out Samora. Amanda, Lancaster, Amanda Leib sin. Andrew, Andrew Cova. All andrew. Tell chin Jesus cry. Angela Pokhara Anna Demark demaro anti Johannesen. Anthony Rodriguez, Anthony Guajardo, Anthony will Harto a double donor. Amazing. Thank you double dip in aunt. We call them at Ogden, Ashley McCarty as Likud ins land. August Camella barb Allan Poe ban. Ben Mehdi, Ben right Benedict. Bac Bessie Tele Phero Beth on Brandon. Cool. It's coming.

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"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"From our morning show on the FOX we have cool guest on the morning show, Kathy. Now, we do and this morning. We had another great guest comedian George Lopez. Everybody knows George not only a great stand up comic. But TV host star on his own TV show, George Lopez show Lopez show and movies as well. The guys done pretty much everything. And he came on with us this morning to talk about a new TV project. That's actually on Facebook watch that has been a really big hit. And we wanted to play some of that for you here on the Lewis and Logan show and here he is George Lopez. Beautiful man, are you? Yes. You are beautiful George. It's good to hear from you. Yeah. It's good to hear from you. Again. We haven't seen you in awhile. When are you gonna come through Denver again? Let's see I'm in Pueblo this weekend and Denver pretty soon. You know, I I do I still do some of the clubs comedy works. I go over there. You know, Wendy, courtesy has been really great to me back in the nineties when I was starting out. You know, you you you have very few allies. She's always been somebody that has been very kind to me and air south club was struggling a little bit. And on more than a few occasions. I went in there and gave her complete all the money from the door. I didn't take any money I paid mount expenses and that and that club is up and running and very successful. I didn't know that the club is killing it. Now, wendy. Yeah. So I did that you know. It's funny that I say it because I really don't I never really kind of mentioned the things that I do, you know for for people. But I'm not sure how that started. I think when I was a kid. I don't think I really paid attention to people were in need. But now, it's all I do look for people to help. Cool. Good for you man that given back to nothing better than that. No doubt this show world's most amazing dog Facebook watch. So this this show premiered last month Facebook watches, like an on demand video service Facebook and George Lopez is one of the judges. Lisa Vander pump. The other preacher Lawson who we love the great comic is the host. Yeah. Great. Yeah. Absolutely, man. You know, it's funny because you know, they they didn't expect much. You don't even world amazing dog. We'll try this thing we'll get submissions from all around the world you'd all maybe people will watch. Well, first of all, you know, dogs are clearly better unconditionally loving better more attentive than most children and adults and people have just found this show. There's shows that at five million views or eight million ten million views, and that's way beyond what Facebook watch that imagine for the show. No kidding. And everybody loves dogs. Like you said. That makes sense. You see the relationship between. I mean, there's a dog that the competition that was older, you know, fourteen years old cataracts, he looks like he can't see does this obstacle course. Like, a puppy. There's a dog that is death and woman trained, the doctor focus on things and to go on command when they're not even looking at each other just the sense of it was a dog that I didn't think anybody could beat this dog that was a dog that had done. Today had taught the dog gotta do CPR. Goes over starts doing chest compressions and blowing air into the mouth. You like come on. Now. What? Wow. So people submit their dog videos, and then you guys are you guys in a studio. And then you okay. All right. So you watch the video. Get the first reaction. And then they get your what do you think about? And do you like it when you move it along or not, and it's interesting because now we're getting into the place where the dogs are coming into the studio from where they submitted their their videos, Texas, others one in Canada that is still in the mix one in Mexico, and some o- some of the dogs will you now you'll start to see him do it live, and and to see if they can take what you could clearly added at your house multiple times and get the good one. Will they be able to perform when they're doing it in front of us? You know, it's amazing. How much of the internet has changed things. He's at ten million views that's more than most TV shows are getting absolutely. Yeah. Definitely, man. I mean, it's more more. And it's not, you know, it's not something that they want to keep you there. A long time. I mean, they do eighteen minute episodes twenty even the guy said, this is this was a big show was full of a lot of great. Stuff. That's one will probably be twenty minutes. I mean, twenty minutes goes by so fast that you're you're entertained and your hand. And if you love dogs, it's something that makes you feel good. Clearly, you know, everything now that we have to look at it. And if you have children, you have to make sure that it's something that's appropriate because you don't have a daughter that's almost twenty three now. But when she was entertains I was always the proponent of, you know, once they see it, they can't unsee it. So you want them to not see some of the things that are out there -absolutely we're talking to George Lopez. Looks like you've got a couple of films coming out here soon as well El Chicano. Yeah. It's funny because you know, I hadn't really done a lot of even comedies. You know? Ball's a fury of animation stuff up of dramatic things here. But in this last year, I did this. What we call river runs red that it just come out. It's on demand and be able to find it somewhere else. You're Ghana was one that is almost like a Latino superhero in Los Angeles this guy wrote, and I play all dramatic, you know, very dramatic part of the of the police captain, and it's different mad is way different than people would expect for me or to see me that way. And there's a couple of other things I did one tax collector with David who did suicide squad. And then a faith based film called walking with her that was a book that Edward James Olmos myself and Kathleen Quinlan did together. And that's comedian George Lopez as you could see very busy guy. Hopefully, I'll stop in and see us when he's back in town. He acted like he would. Well, we got to meet him once and he was very nice. He was in studio with us on the on the morning show as well. Remember there was a kid that he took to the show that wanted to. Meet him, really bad. Remember that? Yes. And he told you care of him. Plume out to LA. That's right. And then you as you just heard he told us that he was doing free shows at the comedy works, the new landmark club when it first opened because it was struggling I had no idea me neither. And that was pretty cool him to do that. Cool. He said he was given back because Wendy always took care of him. It's Rick Lewis, Dave Logan, Kathy Lee..

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"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Welcome to the interview portion of this episode for supper, you're gonna hear from director Robert Mandell, how did you decide to get into show business? I was a chemistry major in college. And a lot of theatre where I went to school, and I fell in love with eater. I wanna came to medicine or theater, I decided on the feeder, and I went to Columbia MSA Columbia worked under Joseph Papp who was my mentor there, and then put me to the public theater, and I worked in New York and regional theatres for about ten years. And then I directed a Jewish piper. Play called knock knock which was picked up by at that time public television and Boston New York with the entire cast that had performed the trinity square in Providence, Rhode Island and. And the refused to consider me to direct it. So I thought I didn't wanna go through that again. So I applied to the American Film Institute, and I knew that acting at by that time was very comfortable for me. But the mechanics of filmmaking were brand new and remember this is before we even had videotaped af I really was responsible for my transitioning from Peter to film, and then I made the short film called nights at over years. Which was my thesis film that. AFI which called a lot of tension and set me off so to speak. Why is it should've? It's a great film. And it was so nice to see creek Watson in that. I'm a few people who Craig Watson was or is. I I have really lost track of him. They were great both. Both of those leads great from there. I got an agent, and they brought me screenplays one of which was the first movie independence day with Kathleen, Quinlan independence. They really put you on the map and just the cast for that movie is fantastic. How did you manage to get all those great actors or were they not necessarily considered the stars? They ended up being at that point. Kathleen, Quinlan was the only known at that point. She had she had done. I never promised to rose garden produce of that some van black had done. I've believe a TV movie with her and brought her to my attention. And of course, I met her. And I thought she was perfect for the role the others. I had seen they they weren't famous at the times. I end we I think this is. Since I film, I knew her because as I said, I grew out of New York theater, and she was at theater actress, she'd come from Yale made a big splash Hedda Gabler. And I just thought she was terrific lift the young. I also new New York he had been in sixteen bones, which was a David replay. That was at the public theater and David Keith I had seen in a movie or two, and I I thought he would. So I would write and I was the lighted to have them marrying Dougherty. Who who I I don't know if you're familiar with. But she was a brilliant casting director at wanna brothers. And because it was the first film of mine. It was great to have her support in twos. Ing those people on even the ramps and Richard Farnsworth. And I love Francis stern Hakin. She is always Fanta St. on she's terrific again. He was New York actress, I knew. She is wonderful wonderful and all of them were terrific and the move the and I really needed. I mean that was truly initiation fire from me because going from student film, which was knighted over years to a wanna brothers movie was an enormous step in warmest. And great to you know, have the support of the cast. The producers were as I recall down my neck wanting to come in a very low number for low budget movie, and the stars of that movie were were helpful helpful in in persuading those producers to to give me while I wanted did independent state make splash, you know, it could not at the time. I not at all pulling kale really resurrected that movie the opening few theaters in New York and Chicago in Los Angeles. I know people saw that time Diane visa shortlisted for an Academy Award about movie, but did not enough nation. So people saw it but not enough not enough. And then after pulling kale thought a y-..

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"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"kathleen quinlan" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Call the agency the next day and had me come in. And I knew when I left there that had depart in new because you felt that had gone well or knew that I had depart whatever it was. And I went from there to William Morris, a head of Rowley at this guy miles Coon Haber run Meyer, comb it is. And that maybe it was Haber. This recently spoke to run for the first time in eons because of all the stuff that's going on with me right now, which always warms my heart to hear from the two of them because I dearly love both of them. But I remember Haber one time talk about leaning out into the ho and I was back there. Chewing on miles. Anyway, I was never one to instill in this. That's the way it is one thing about my dad that, you know, was spoke his mind. No, maybe didn't get into deep sometime on some levels. But he always said, what was on his mind. I always kind of been that way to that leads to what happened well air first time at making a movie where you're the top of the call sheet. You're in the whole movie and comes out pretty well. Right orcher, and Kathleen Quinlan first film. Good. And now you've gotta go sell the movie. What went wrong? I think just again that proclivity for begin. What's on one's mine rather than being smart and zip in your lip once in a while in those days, you, you know, there was no digital world those days, and you had to physically go on the road and into the promotion, and I did for like six weeks with boxes of press kits in tow just to tell listeners. What a press can essentially is what you want a journalist to know about you to when they're writing appropriate. Including a lot of photo photograph, right and should not cicis breakdowns on the characters. All the stuff that writers write off of. Yes, included in the was a one sheet from the film. Now. This is a film that then Petri the director, I know causa felt the same way. But particularly Dan Petri, who's one of the dearest human beings. I've ever crossed paths with. Love him. Love his family still love his family. Run to Cajun -ly. Took this thing serious about this is a kind of a coming of age story, not only for the young girl Kathleen played but for this guy. It's grow up and move on into a world that he doesn't wanna go to or stand the beach and do what he wants to continue doing a lifeguards that are in your fifties. Sixties their civil servants, they're not guys hanging out on the beach. So the one sheet was me and a pair of speed owes an animated one and two big busted girl's on either side. There wasn't a big bust of Daryl in the film and across the top. Is it every girl summer dream with the lifeguard? That was the way they sold the movie. So I'd go out and do these, you know, fly in fly out when I spend, you know, couple of hours next day, doing interviews and invariably every time I get into interview with somebody that preface it with and they'd seen the film. This isn't anything like a expected to be based on the one sheet and all the rest of the came with which they would think his way like h blanket thing go. So that's all I needed to here and say, yeah, what about that? And we'd have a conversation about up in a newspaper. So basically, you would essentially in agreeing with the journalist disparage the publicity campaign completely. And that would get in that we get picked up because that's juicy and you think that that got back to paramount. I know the head we're entered newspapers. Got my mom's home up in Portland, and she had the archive on me. There's a certain pile of is all those little clip ins, and I was horrified. When I read. Stupid ship so hard, and how do you really got there?.

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