17 Burst results for "Madeleine Stowe"

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"An Israeli that the same the idle and **** of Siegel's all day long they the same tube videos over and over again H. B. O. shall not get it my home I don't know that he's the showed what was that show Brian Ben Ben dream on Brian then then dream on the husband of Madeleine Stowe the grand Madeleine Stowe and that was when that time how was it changed and I was a change for you was a woman in the businesses in your time I'm not sure how much has changed I will argue I don't think so I don't really think so I think I was an anomaly so I was not a threat because who else was going to work twenty hours a day have a sick kid take all the jokes do the whole thing I had nine losses and thirty five years pretty hard because each one was a magic slate so anything you've done before was unknown or not necessarily valid to them because they do re stabs themselves so was listen I'm not complaining I had the greatest job in the world but them I was an anomaly who what woman wanted to work twenty hours a day who wanted to dock use anyway it was an eight hour service so it was tough for you as a woman it was hard not getting pinched that's the great advantage to getting older here I have a neck hanky panky so yeah its neck up now but you have to enter that in the early this maybe okay I want to keep my job okay but we're not even on most people in because it does yes force I had to deal with that of course I did and I dealt with it readily and aggressively and happily because I didn't know any better and I I mean I've discussed this with Gloria Steinem it was the only thing I knew I wanted that job badly I wanted to make something of it and if it required you know a hand on the knee or whatever else you overlooked I look but then I turned away I wouldn't say overlooked I felt it deep down but I I compromise and some and some extreme way people just took the game is that it was the rules of the game I would I know was like shooting a gun you know I don't like it but I think I need to learn how I knew that was the way I did what I had to do you didn't want me to not get this job did you I'm glad that you were as open minded happily slutty happily so because I didn't know anything else the job was worth more than my sexual identity there were no human resources to protect me there was nothing and I was pretty well you know is that you had no protector sector and I wanted to do it and give it away yeah I just I just got married yeah at the time to go home and like did your husband know that you were in during all this groping because rush at all you know I've done a lot of shows with hookers and I've done a lot of stuff the cat house in Las Vegas with the men being taken advantage of all the women have you ever seen a cat house show they've got a hundred books the cat as you see I don't have anyone else I that's probably giving it out now the book the book when you make films and you you get involved you're giving notes you're telling them I'm watching the clip of you from Alexander's thing where you're saying I'm bored I'm bored I'm bored and what you're looking for in a film what you're expecting of a filmmaker of a film did you expect the same of yourself when you wrote this book now okay talk about them why because in a strange way I wrote the book in a very selfish way and when I'm in an editing room I don't think I'm particularly selfish I wrote it because I didn't want to be the legend of documentaries I don't want to be a docu diva what did you want to I wanted to be a person like everybody are you in this book I think so which I think is some writing here that's the equivalent of the plastic surgery of writing with a question a lot of plastic surgery in this part a lot there's enough to I mean you said I look good so must be enough a lot and if the book sells good for you because if the if the book the next week can you look to the surgery they in the right that that's only part of it why does everybody pick up the plastic surgery but I remember the lawyer from make mill and asking me if there was someone named Melissa Melissa then hold involve sleeps with her boss it's the sixties and she can't get ahead any other way and he called and he said do you know anyone named Melissa and Mister Penney broth is the name of the bus now who is named Mister Penney Brooks let's be real name he said is but it just came the name came Mister Penney broth and you know Melissa and Melissa got a promotion it was nineteen sixty three it wasn't her fault and that's the way it does with the rules of the game right well I mean they drove me crazy is there anyone in Melissa at age feel I said I'm sure the number of women name let's see here is there Mister Penney but have you ever worked for Mr Pennyworth S. nobody would have the name Mister Penney about this if you never know so then I looked in the you know ice typed it into my I pad I couldn't find a penny broth similar but I don't know where those names came from so is it really am I hiding if there's nobody by that name then who is it that must be me right I don't know the answer but I mean I know still don't know it might not be the bravest writing in the wheel but as for right I never say I was way I'm honest what adultery it's also about I don't care but whirling in and out of love it's also about anti semitism it's also about your heart being broken we cook what will the let's talk about I can hardly pick one topic that you do you should I buy the doll tree whose adultery certainly not my own okay not your own how do I know those eyes of yours it's wonderful is there a limit on when the real in the morning they don't really does I don't want to we have occurred in the minutes of this is my business given the happily married to sitting as years of course yes and did you ever describe what it's like for you to phone up because you're pretty no nonsense woman you're tough well I mean in a good way I would like to full of love redefines itself as you get older when you fell in love with him what did you form of with Sydney or my heart break in my book both he said the first no my heart break first my heart is my show no good no it's my show them I mean now where would you be without me sitting here you'll be talking to yourself heartbreak happens once I believe real hard what happened you don't repair sure the situation the woman will talk we'll do what you do in your book the woman in the third person meets so sometimes I myself sometimes I'm not I really quick crazy though the young girl who goes to the L. drama school she falls in love with the guy she goes home to his very fancy house in Connecticut with initials on the thing in which to it pictures and all that he goes to Harvard they needed a law school moot court thing and the mother says to her arm to any interesting Jewish men in the law school and you never see him again that's hard for eight that's hot plate carrier you like him he left my house with him this semester yeah I yeah a year and you know sort of make believe in thinking that life made sense semesters big chapter of your life Andrea the chapter of your life and especially when you never really been in love before you don't get over that you don't get over that hurt takes a long long long what is your phone number that Sydney comfort kindness and good partner good partner friendship intelligence but I'm not sure he could have a broken my heart I think you break your heart one time do you I think if you're someone who becomes other people then you become capable of of that's decent but are not my mom all stages of a rocket I see the next stage is saying I'm pretty isn't much the same so you mean you change I'm.

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"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"So it would be an inter marriage or what is the affect we left to walk out of this movie with, I mean, it's gotta be more magic Hollywood. And yet, it's dark is hell the world. They're going to. He's like my sister just killed herself. My son is just in horribly slaughter, so and the world is on fire as one of Alice's only lines or no is that. I forget, one of the one maybe Madeleine Stowe says world's on fire. How about yours? That's why I like never get bored. That's the final why it's just like the ending of heat where it's like you got him. And then, like Alpa Pacino is like a shell of himself. You know what I mean? Like so many of. Yes. How do you walk away from it? Right. You know, like most he it's the opposite of a happy ending. It's like the characters succeed, and then you see lateral to relieve the events have broken them, right? Success. The last shot is Jamie Foxx holding Jada Pinkett Smith is they look sample away. Like it's usually there are survivors, they're kind of the heroes and the fundamental one for me, the one, I think of as like the perfect Michelman ending is the final shot of Miami, vice is just Jamie FOX in the shower by right? And it's just no, no, no, no, no, no, no. The final shot of Miami. Vice is comparable going into the hospital to see Jamie FOX, the showers earlier here. Yeah. I just that whole end section of Miami vice where it's like they've won also Jamie FOX will never get over this. Like league name e Harris, isn't coming back. And he's just like broken is such a weird way to end like, here's your summer blockbuster based off a populist TV show. And I think that's like his takeaway is just like like these events like aren't clean things in people's lives. If event is big enough to warrant to movie, it's not the kind of thing that you can then pack away neatly and just put on shelf lawn, right? I mean, I guess, in a way you could say that all those endings, you're mentioning. All the Michelman the they bring back that line stay alive. No matter what occurs, right? I mean it's just about peer survive. And they do survive. Right. And that's the question he asked at the end of every movie is like so what is their life look like now? Right. That makes me think about sequels and how odd it was. I mean, in our time, this would unquestionably have a sequel Kiekens. Right. Exactly. I of the something else, right? Dickering right. Mohicans. It was a hit movie. Right. And it's based on a series of books of the plaza right, there would have announced this as a potential friend fricken. You know, give me an actor nNcholas Holt would have played, you know, Hampton, whatever in a host, Craig, senior whatever you had giant Courtney would show, whatever it would be like a Lord. I mean, writing Arthur with Mandrake the magician. I mean, this is I assume this book is so old that you could I could do today. Right. It must be public domain, like we should the slate the blank check pictures. Yeah, we're rebuilding of the Mohicans. I'm sure they won't be problematic at all. Yeah. No, we have we have a really sensitive actor in mind, culturally, sensitive actor might play Hawkeye. It's been hustling. I think it would be good. Let's play the box office game September twenty fifth nineteen Ninety-two Griffin. I know my way around a ditch out you right grip. You hear that September twenty fifth nineteen ninety nine hundred ninety two the last of the Mohicans open to ten million dollars at the box off huge. Oh, it's gonna make seventy five right?.

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"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Down Day-Lewis is exclusively in profile and Madeleine Stowe is like entirely head on staring straight into the camera. And it's like you're watching her fall in love with him. But it looks like your seeing it like she's falling in love with you. And it just cuts out to Daniel Day-Lewis just being. Yup. Yup. Profiles were important back. Then though, you know. Like you say, look minimum says gonna face for a cameo. Yeah. She's got such an old fashion. Face. She's perfect for that kind of period. Like unbelievable is trade is like incredible movie is but then westerly to has this like incredible profile. Yeah, he could be on a coin. Lewis is one of the GRIs profiles, every Day-Lewis looks like his nose is right. He looks like the muppet who's an eagle. He has that, like, sort of. He looks like all right. All right. And he's gonna be coz of lines, the indents underneath the cheek bones. You know, we're like his cheeks get sunk in. He's like he does I mean, it makes sense like the Lincoln thing makes so much sense because they both just have like such strong faces office. Yeah. And then, so, yes, magwar catch captures the ladies takes them to his chief his Sasha who plays that guy actually because that got kind of good. Dennis banks. I think is his name. Yes. Another longtime leader in AM. So again, probably this was his first movie, basically, I wonder if he and Russell means had some backstage aim was supposed to be. I mean the means and Eric Shraga plays on coast like they're in the movie a lot. They don't have time to do. Exactly. No. But they're always sort of there. I feel like because there's the coast romance with them. Alice is mostly unspoken. Like is mostly just a few glances, right? Like, yeah. That's the bee's story. Yeah. It's very much the b story. Right. Neither of them talk much. No mean combine they might have less than ten lines of dialogue. This could almost be a silent movie when you think about it, you only need some titles in the first half to establish the political stuff. The second half is almost which could be dialogue. That's what's so weird about, like, Michael man, being this guy who's all about, like versa, Mlitou picking a book that is so sort of pulpy, and then not even a depth in that book, but, like remaking the pulping movie he saw based on it as a kid, and he's just sort of making a more intense version of life. I mean I remember there's a there's a Roger Ebert review. That's really interesting where he was positive on the movie and broader Ebert, was like a big Michael man fan, but he was sort of saying, like, there's been so much talk in the press about, like how much research they did. And how historically accurate it is. And how they built all the weapons. And how they hired like. Oh, yeah. Thousand native American right? It was Michael man and down day. Lewis lived in a cave for four years, and whatever. And he's like this is like an we'll fashioned adventure move, right? Like it's very much like a popcorn like yeah. Sort of like kids story, you know, and the holiday period stuff looks accurately research. So in a very nineties way that you wouldn't see, now it looks like everybody just walked out of the costume shop. Right. Everyone's got beautiful makeup onto, like an all right? Right. It's very operatic in that sort of sense in, like, shiny in Hollywood. It is weird that it's just like them committing themselves like holy towards like some like adventure fiction. Apparently, I'm reading the review now that man said that the, the thirty six movie was his first movie memory. So I guess it was like a crucial movies can come thing for me like watch that movie. And it's like Peter Jackson pontiff accounting for like four hours, about King Kong. And then people are like, we watch the I don't think most of those scenes are in that and this just feels like the same thing..

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"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"He must have been so frustrated waiting for the lighting setups of like, how do you make it look bright enough to be able to capture the image on film in a nighttime battle scene without cheating. You know, like, like how, how do you get enough fire in the background not to mention the cave? Right. The climax emotional climax of the movie takes place in a cave. Right. My, my one semester of foam school. I had a class where they showed us this like early two thousands Spanish, Don Quixote movie. Okay. And there's a scene, where donkey hotel in such a positive are like talking in the field. And he's just like monologue ING, I'm one of his on of his crazy Quixote monologues. And as they're talking for like, ten minutes, the sun just goes down. And by the end of the monologue. I think it's like an unbroken to shot by the end of the monologue. It's just pitch black. Like you can barely see. In this time period when the sun went out, everything was just darned. She's completely dark. You just couldn't see at night. It was just like well that's the end of being awake. That's how people have guess, I go to sleep. Now, I think about this all the time, when I think about right very prolific writers from the past trinity Shakespeare or something like that. Yeah. Just like sitting there scratching it out by candlelight. Like the dedication, I feel like when we depict that acting like are, you know, or like, you know, movies, or TV, or whatever it's like this romantic, like it's a close, like you know, it's a tight shot of them hunched over with the lamp and the, you know, the candle and just scribbling and the thing you don't think about is just like everything around them is just pitch black, like the light is only in such a small contain space. It wouldn't have been like all the liquid lamplight pouring me would have been shit. I can't see a God damn thing and I hate to finish, hamlet when you have to go to the bathroom like this fucking candle. Through the hallway I really think about making floors and your wife's, like, please just come to bed. You're like writing Romeo and Juliet and Hathaway his way his wife and half interacted a lot. Yes. Tom hardy, and n Hathaway have both made historical appearances. Yeah. Of course, natty bump, owes, you say is actually the name of the character. Natty Bumba was the name of the hero of all the leather shocking tales but it's changed for the movie because it much more. Indies friendly romantic name annual public. I think is is a loss. I mean who doesn't love the name natty bump? Oh. Natty bumper. Isn't that the same name of an occasion, Connor in, you know, he's something po- is similar hairstyle similar weird about this movie is like Hamrin poems is, is his name, and Connie. I just feel like the whole way Daniel day. Lewis is framed in this movie is like you can tell how much like intensity is putting into it and how much research he put into it. But it's also like this is one kind of beefcake performance. Yeah, we're shirtless and running, and like you say, like Mel Gibson could have done this or Kevin Costner and the fact that the famous. Inside like he kind of always looks like legends of the Fawley, you know, he's like lit beautifully and his care is cover. He and Madeleine Stowe. Both could be on the cover of a bodice-ripper Haber MAC. Yes. Yes. Stow is a very good fit. Right. And his roles is mostly action like it's not even just like oh, it's largely physical performance. His role is largely him running. That's why I was thinking. I mean to the to the extent that he his character development all the work, he did you know, imagining camping out with Michael Mann North Carolina etcetera the place. You say it isn't his run. It's like his run is so expressive and his his neck is like jutting out like he's sort of hunched over, you know, look, he just looks like he's a weapon, you know, he's always been a good actor physically in terms of like not being afraid of how he might look on screen as well. He's very good..

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"madeleine stowe" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Ben Ben was was the was the star of dream on whatever happened to that guy. And the premise of the show was this guy would. Whenever he was dealing with in his in his life. He would. Deal with through old movie clips like old black and white movie clips, and then there was boobs in it and people were like, oh, that's cool. He's married to Madeleine Stowe. He is. Yep. And he's sixty two now he's married to Madeleine Stowe that guy he the dream on. He was also Dr Sheldon Wallace ABC medical drama private practice. Oh, he was. Okay. He also had his own show, the Brian Ben Ben show looks like ninety eight. Yeah. Ryan, Ben, Ben it looks like he's just been doing off and on TV. There you go. Listen, if I were married to Madeleine Stowe, I'd be staying home. Yeah. So he's just doing some periodic sporadic TV work eight oh, seventy one show that lasted eighties nineties and two thousands was degrassi. Oh, man. Yeah. The first one though, not the second. Yeah. There were there were a bunch of incarnation. When it was rebooted in the two thousand seven in two thousands, Kevin Smith couldn't wait to be on the show. He had such a crush on. Caitlyn? Kevin Smith was all nervous about working whether the next generation also brought us Drake. And that's Canadian Bill, of course. Canadian Bill telling us about degrassi. The thing about degrassi was if you watch degrassi. You know, the the grassy highschool show. The people would like it Americans would watch it. And then go why why did they say a boot? Because all the teenagers who have the Canadian accents, which of course is natural because they're Canadian. Linda says there are several companies that will transfer VHS to disk or whatever medium, you choose strongly suggest you transfer anything you have on VHS as soon as possible because VHS tapes will fade you may have a picture, but no sound or vice versa. It doesn't take long. I just found out the hard way. In the meantime, I have an awesome VHS player that you you may have. Hey, good. I'm good. I got enough equipment at home. Let's see eight oh, eight area code says. Are you afraid of the dark? I know that one's going gonna pop up a lot because that was massively popular show among people around your age. Yeah. Eight one five area code fifty two year old man. And my daughter's had me watch it. It was a show called raven. Oh, of course, I know raven, isn't it so raven. Yeah. With so raven, right. Disney also Hannah, Montana and Lizzie McGuire. Their ingrained in my mind forever. Lizzy McGuire the one where suddenly there was she became a cartoon during the show. I do not know I do not know Hannah Montana Hannah Montana is is my Cyrus. Right. I know that I don't know Lizzie McGuire. But I heard the name so three one two nine eight hundred seven two hundred is a phone number. What did you watch in the nineties, and and do you remember any shows we're talking about talking tax.

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"madeleine stowe" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"No this is really happening yeah in as the movie proceeds from around this moment on we just start to get the future and the present just collapsing on each other you know all of these things are coming into play so to the point where cole has just seen the spray painted message on the side of the twelve monkeys headquarters and then we see her do that spray painting like maybe not even ten minutes later and just as we go along throughout this movie for the rest of it into the third act and to the conclusion we just get closer and closer between what's in the future and what's in the president especially you mentioned that phone call in jose showing up at the end i mean he places the phone call and then jose shows up as a response to reenact the phone call back to them which we just got a few minutes prior where madeleine stowe has left a message for the future and that's the message that we hear way earl earlier in the film were her voices distorted and it's nice that they're like oh yeah took a lot to piece this message together so that's why her voice is so distorted and so we get that you know him saying her message back to her and then jose says kohl's message bacterium just few minutes later and he was like the message i just left by minutes ago and is like james you're dealing with time travellers here it's it's understandable and again sunglasses we've got jose in sunglasses and then we have coal in sunglasses and then when he bites it when he finally gets shot which is what we've seen from the very beginning of the movie so the the loop is closed as it were when he shot he's also wearing sunglasses and then madeleine stowe really has to take those off to kind of close him out so yeah just constantly with his then even to think about jeffrey was wearing glasses when he's hiding in trying to be saying he's wearing glasses when he's there at his father's.

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"madeleine stowe" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"But yeah it's nice that they're mixing those up in that bruce willis is kind of trying to figure james cole trying to figure it out and he's recasting his dreams with this stuff and even when madeleine stowe dot to rayleigh shows up in his dream or his memory than it's like well is that how this is or is this not keto reminds me of that weird am trying to remember which movie that that this is from but they're talking about that moment of when you're in a dream and there's thunder and then you wake up and then they're stunned and it's like well was the thunder in your dream or was the thunder in real life and it's like well was madeleine stowe really there the whole time or is he recasting her in this and again kind of making it happen that way yet that's what i get thinking all the way through i was like he's really her or is the itchy can determine some of the why that we don't realize there's lots of lots of things eat very abstract in the the whites will put together obviously she has blonde hair as well so you'll gone she doesn't have blunt so there's a lot there's a lot to in the white old connects together he's clever in the white will comes across so yeah it's yeah it does it destroy you of it and that for me is one of the most clever things in the film is that she does have blond hair there's two scenes of them in movie theaters there's them in the one movie theater where she's attacked and we're james beats the guy to death and that's a movie theater that seems to be used as like kind of this nightmare place for homeless people or crazy people who are in an institution and so does that jail right and it kinda to me looks like the movie theater that they go into later on and see this hitchcock marathon that's happening and that's so nice to me is that we know chris marker the director of lucia tae was a huge hitchcock fan and his written about his love for.

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"madeleine stowe" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Jose being there as well throws open to the question as to whether or not he tom travels because in mobile one jose luis lucky he's dead he looks like he's pretty much he's not getting that place and then he turns up and he's you know he's okay in in nineteen ninety six so yeah they're all out of things that don't quite i don't pass another great thing about it doesn't really give you the answers and that that a lot of time travel films try and do that in a way in these doesn't you mentioned tony that you like time travel films i love time travel films as well as i'm writing up the notes for those i'm just like oh shit yeah we've talked about time travel quite a few times on this podcast or even thinking like transfers in the whole idea of all you send the consciousness back to somebody else and then they go from there or you know some of the other ways that we play around with time travel so i'd like to do an episode on time crimes one of these days it's one of my favorite time travel films unless you have some insight we don't know how it works so it's those are the things those philosophical questions that are always fun to ask and then there are moments in this film which kind of continue to muddle things in this way like when madeleine stowe talks about a guy who showed up six hundred years ago and was talking about pestilence in these things it's like well was that another experiment from the future that sent and other person back maybe they really got the time line wrong because we see that these scientists are not perfect and it's only kind of by chance that cole ends up in nineteen ninety six because this is like a two part trip that he takes where he is jettison to nineteen eighteen and then boom he shows up in nineteen ninety six so it's the same year but all these different nerve say month but all these different years apart so we know that the you know that whole thing that's being held together by masking tape like you said jed is not a perfect system so that's why we see these glitches going on and him finally showing up is.

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"madeleine stowe" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"And then they credit to a man and it's like ward from nineteen ninety all right was this the ravings of lunatic mine or is this the fact so it's nice that they already are questioning or making us question what's reality in that so much of this movie deals with dreams and dream logic and that the dreams change throughout this we constantly get the moment of bruce willis's or james coles dreams of basically the end of his life and those dreams change not only do they change the angles so that we can't necessarily see or not see the people that are in dreams which is you know of course you don't want to just show your hand right off but then even to see him recasting people inside of the dream with other faces like the david morris character is brad pitt at one point so it's nice that we're also questioning the validity of his own dream james i think it's interesting to and i don't know if it's getting too far ahead talking about that that particular sequence where you see brad pitt's face in what we'll see later as as david morris but bruce willis never sees david morse madeleine stowe never sees brad pitt and i was wondering are morrison brad pitt the same character in if if they're crazy they're just brad pitt is is like bruce willis's version of that character david morris's is madeleine stowe's i i dunno i that occurred to me recently watching it neither one of them ever see the other character.

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"madeleine stowe" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"It's not nathaniel urban city chick matt you are kelly that's it that's all you got no problem said june fourth would tape in the netflix special tickets gone and then june seventeenth some of collusive casino you wanna come come on let's fucking jump up and down little bit and have a fucking good time the topic of the podcasts originally before we went off on that tangent now was revenge and playing that revenge always snow the first first one i have seen was def definitely that was the first one was the classic it's a move either you know and then you look at man on five which is another one you know have always been a big fan of revenge movies him by even the movie revenge yeah with anthony quinn when madeleine stowe at her most gorgeous home tremendous wagner gray fuck yeah where revenge is little tough little tough don't like women getting beat up watch to watch but it's it's it's pretty weird you know what am i like movies that have revenge in when you said revenge the two i kept thinking about were pulp fiction when the guy when they like get out of the sex dungeon and then this is my bill to new for you joe but office space seeing milton burn that plays down thing basic of movie good movie it's a good movie i've never that like office space revenge is a kind of it revenge is this real thing because every you know for the most part we live our lives taking shit just i mean whether it's your job whether it's a supervisor whether it's your your wife or your husband somebody is giving you shit that you can't deal with that the guy fucking michael douglas falling down on my good that's one of the male time isn't that the great it's like everything everything kicking his ass and he was like no i'm not gonna take these shifts ways that he he's on the one between we're the one oh one and the five and the one ten all meet that's why would that's well fuck yeah that's why would snap too that's why i don't like the drive people that you go there you go i tell you there's a movie about a guy that nobody remembers called what following downfall lee have you seen it now it's great and it's michael douglas with this crewcut hair.

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"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"In there these arbitration clauses are eaten us up alive and with all that gloom and doom and bad news there is a giant raya sunshine sitting right back there we can undo it all we can do it all and so much more because the supreme court is not basing any this on the constitution so before you have a heart attack and before you get suicidal all norm it's all over again law well there is really really good news we can still win the future we could still snatch victory from the jaws defeat on this issue but i got it now let me depress you again because in a month or so or sooner we will have a second supreme court labor case and i anticipate this won't be five to four as well and it's going to be it's going to be in my humble opinion a death blow to public sector unions that's the abboud case it's going to be overruled that also was all of this was decided november eighth two thousand sixteen when donald trump got in there movie buff by the way you movie buff and madeleine stowe the actress plays a psychiatrist and she makes a presentation she talks about this thing called the cassandra complex now when i've seen this movie i said wow this is all made up stuff a script writer you know late at night may be in bible something to let their imagination run wild the writing up the dialogue and all that stuff well i went and looked it up and it turns out actually is a real thing so whoever wrote the script you know said hey i'll do some research check that out so there is a thing it's a real thing it is known as the cassandra complex and the cassandra complex is a person who has four knowledge of something bad that's going to happen right keep telling everybody hey something bad it's gonna happen here's what it is in here's when it is and nobody believes them.

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"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Well my husband turned off the heat he was the first one to sleep on top of me to keep me warm i just felt like a little bunny or a kitten meanwhile luanne is going all over the hamptons because sony apparently gave her giant list of to do and items to get including both like blenders and neutral bullets and things like that so luanne goes the hardware store where there is a smoking hot hardware guy i mean i felt like i felt like we were back watching revenge when on the locals were super hot in the hamptons how how was that guy yet and you knew that they were going to have a big story line 'cause they were really hot it's like the hardware store guy and he's really softspoken he's like you wanna look at blender i was like oh my god he killed somebody in review he's secretly like the like the son of the sag harbor mayor or something smoked weed one time so he's kicked out of the family and so he's gonna get rubers rule mallon's madeleine stowe comes in as like i looking for a blender surely could help me with that sir was worried for him i was like oh no luanne is gonna just start getting spittle all over him but she didn't she's like i don't even see you as a while of blenders and things that can fit in the passenger seat the passenger seat she's like can you imagine calling the hostess and gives you a list that long it's absolutely ridiculous coconut milk milk milk almond milk blender things.

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"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Other i don't know if they put a contact lens in amfar dad's contacts okay yeah he has just holes in his hair and his constant moving bruce willis is giving such a muted performance here that when you bring in brad pitt you know they're always watching cartoons in the sanitarium and it feels like he is speedy gonzales here with the slow dim witted cat that's exactly one of those moments where it's like well there's a crazy cartoon character on the screen and now there's one of kohl's life all of a sudden that's over the top just in your face but yeah brad pitt in this is awesome the sanitarium stuff is some i favour stuff basically just for his performance i mean it's not like an awardwinning performance but technically it is he he won a golden globe yeah i do not very brisk eight at and he's nominated for an oscar but he lost the usual suspects kevin spacey i did not know that i went out of nominated him for this just because i mean it is great i love it but i don't feel like maybe it's award worthy you know back in the day when i saw it i remember having a problem with him i remember thinking boy he's overdoing it and maybe it is because it's such a big hemi performance in a movie that up to this point has at least with our central characters both madeleine stowe and bruce willis are reserved for you know they're doing the kind of performance you would expect in a drama and this guy is larger than life he is as grandiose as terry gilliam 's wide angle camera lenses i mean he is just going big big big big big kind of in the way that robin williams did in fisher king and while it in livens the movie at the time i remember thinking was too much now i realize that this is exactly the energy that this movie needed that we needed somebody to kind wake this guy up he is trapped in a place where he will be nothing but drugged into a stupor and he need something to really energized.

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"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"In 1990 as well i think that again is the future just an interpretation of what is happening to him in a present day 1990 yeah the dance that they do with all of these tiny elements like that especially this first part in a sanatorium with the things being said by people images on the television also are recreated to coal and so it begs the debate well is because he saw that somewhere and now it's happening he's making a manifest there's just a plethora of small elements like that yeah i wanna mention as well the introduction of his future lover catherine railey played by madeleine stowe speaking of time travel madeleine stowe there was a time capsule i forgot about her home my god is still around in i'm gonna talk about or at the end of the show but she was on tv in reverse in june she's worked she took a long hiatus she hit forty and disappeared and then his recently poked your head back up but i remember she was like the it girl for ten years and i haven't thought about her since probably nineteen 96 hollywood is a cruel blaze the yes she was for a brief period of time last mohicans in short cuts than you were senior in everything then yeah it was like she just like coal she was just gone seven and she was nowhere to be found but my point is i love her introduction one of the things they train un on in film school is to look at the way characters introduced usually it's telling you something about the theme or something about them and she at this poetry reading them were on a painting from ancient times in its pulling back and they're reading this poem and then her beeper goes off and she knows that that's a trigger for her to leave and she has a walk out of the room and i do feel like that's something time and time again that future technology is pulling us away from the past that's a trick in that's a camera move he'll do repeatedly throughout this movie this movie's very smart in the way that it stages things in it it feels to me that almost every concept almost every scene of this movie is been designed to convey information like that that it's been very smart and i credit that with people's writing he is just that kind of.

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"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Malaria teys yet differences weiqi says only 28 minutes so goes by really quick but it was fascinating the style of it works i forgot that they actually went to the future in it was blow on my mind this time that he went to the future does to see these disembodied heads yeah it i recommend it yeah you really get lost in time in in this world it and it does have the similar idea that people are stuck i mean i think the big theme that take away from twelve monkeys is that fits like terminator in a lot of ways but unlike terminator the future is set in stone there's nothing we can do to change anything we are just observers but we are not saviors so with that said let's talk about twelve monkeys arne got a plot summary i i know there's a lot going on in this movie it can't be easy to condense well i'm not gonna mentioned the kitten the well or some of this other stuff that i'll go through the plot will get into the details great in 1997 5 billion people died as a deadly virus swept the planet the surviving humans had to live underground in environment sealed off from the infection this film starts in 2035 when bruce willis is character james cole is selected by a panel of scientists to travel back in time to nineteen ninety six his goal isn't to stop the infection but rather to identify the root of the disease and the people who released it the army of the twelve monkeys then scientists would travel back to that point to get a pure sample of the virus in the hopes of creating a cure or vaccine in their present day but kohl is accidentally sent to far he arrives in 1990 where he is arrested and diagnosed as a schizophrenic institutionalised by a psychiatrist dr catherine ray lee play by madeleine stowe kohl also discusses his recurring dream of himself as a young boy at an airport seeing a man shot and killed while in the hospital coal is befriended by manic jeffrey goings play by brad pitt when kohl talks about the future goings even tries to help kohl escaped the hospital but the time traveller is captured and restrained he escapes those restraints in is rescued by the scientists who then sent him back in time again this time accurately tonight denied.

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"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"And good luck i heard of arming the twelve monkeys to the locate them because they have the fires in its pure form for mutate so when i locate them thus at a scientist back here that scientists we study the virus than when he goes back to the president he and the rest of the scientists would than we make it shortly welcome to now playing review of twelve monkeys the movie never changes that catch you you see it seems different shorter hosted by already jeon it's black tie since trump by but flake dad's big deep stewart started his new yorker insulin's defiance disregard of authority and met i know some things that you don't know it's going to be very difficult and understand it in this podcast contains detailed watts boilers and harsh language semi concerns for you well do stand listener discretion advised illness fakes this time cold stay alas keep your eyes open nbn today we're discussing twelve monkeys storing bruce willis madeleine stowe brad pitt christopher plummer directed by terry gilliam this is the podcast monkey arne the store and this is matt met met welcome to the show sir you pick this movie for our listeners who have better with us for a couple of years now we did a kickstarter campaign a couple years back for our book underrated movies we recommend that book is done the eib book is now available matt was one of our backers are most generous backer who picked of reward of not only could he pick a movie for us to review but he's here joining us for that review so welcome sir i let me just thank you for not having a jay in your name there are just so many lives jerry's i'm not jakub getting.

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"madeleine stowe" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"madeleine stowe" Discussed on The Film Vault

"I was on a list of one of my list madeleine stowe planes raked him and alan mellon's so please victim and alan rickman please interrogator while in all fair film is an interrogation for awhile this is directed by a indian woman rod how oh you are on your phone with us baragua you will take that route are baragua who had some success with this film under ninety minutes it's under its and yet in minutes and the entire ninety one point if you miss alan rickman like so many of us didn't even everything closet land enjoy yourself it's the disturbing film it's hard to watch at times the whole story line is she ought ryan razor run and run her she is the because they they were to be they work together with that production governor i know what i'm saying is that just doesn't feel like they're kinda movie yoder it doesn't but with the bean an indian woman like the first ever a indian director tab a movie produced by a big production cup by a studio she was the first she beat at night this should it to punch years and she's made one film sense here is the closet lent not in a closet land it all takes place in interrogation room which is it feels like you're watching a play at times it's it's very low budget but i say that not in a negative terms you don't need much budget when you're in one little room you know it's not like oh looks cheap anxious they don't really go anywhere carr's so she sit in blindfolded in the corner the reason why she was picked up by the government it's a.

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