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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

06:18 min | Last week

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"Is my number one of the year so far And then after that is I'm thinking of ending things which I would so like torn about I just it's one of those movies I really hate it when people are like I don't know what I thought of it. So that must mean I. loved it but I I had I walked away so bewildered by and but it really did stick with me and then I read the book a couple of days after. In things started clicking and I haven't revisited it since a moment nervous too because I don't know what I'm GonNa, make of it, but it's I can't deny that lingered with me for you know however many weeks it's been out a couple of weeks now and I I really find it. Maddening and like intoxicating at the same time so that that combination I'll takeover over most things nowadays. But those two are the major to that I've been wowed by also really loved a fourteen which I saw at home festival last year but got released this year and I'm hoping that comes with streaming soon. It has for the Alamo over. Okay. Awesome. Yeah. Because I I want to give it a second look I think the acting in it is just spectacular So I definitely want to check that one out but those those three are I think are my a top three for the moment but I'm sure that'll be toppled by the end of the year because you know there's just so much festival stuff coming out in. NETFLIX's got a couple more releasing soon. So there's there's a decent amount to look forward to on the schedule. Yeah. That's for sure. Yeah, the only the only one I've seen of yours is fourteen so far and thinking of ending things is on the top of my list for this upcoming week so. I'm actually kind of upset I weighed see I'm David the reverse that devil all the time for that is I i. waited to read the book because a friend of mine actually recommended he was like I read the book I would wait you know I think it. It'd be fascinating to go and blind and see what coffin does with that. So I took his advice in almost regretting it because I think it benefits so much from walking in with a general bike outline of the structure of the story because confident, he basically just takes the story and Populates it with his own mind you now and really makes his own thing that I think it really does benefit of having you know from having an understanding of what the actual story of the novel is But yeah, I, I would be interested to see what you which you make an Axelsson. Are you a generally a pretty big coffin fan? Oh Yeah I make huge coffin fans generally so I was always like the lone person in my high school like deeply in love with his films in Oh. Absolutely. Yeah. I made my mom took me to see adaptation when I was like fourteen or something like that. Whenever came out I was I was a huge fan at that point and I'm such a huge fan. I read his seven hundred page sprawling novel earlier this year and loved it. You know just I I can't get enough of that guy said, well, thank you so much for sharing your list of your favorites of the year. Do you have any to shrink lists? Jackson's of what might be favorites to come? So everyone's been overjoyed by nomad land. So I have a ticket to see that for New York Film Festival. I'm hoping that you know I get a lot out of that. I loved last movie the Ryder I thought was fantastic. So yet maybe that I don't know I mean there's just so much I'm such a huge fincher fan so I cannot wait for Maine and I'm really hoping that it's actually comes out this year but time will tell but honestly my favorites of the year ten to end up being movies that aren't on my radar. All Boys State right now I had no idea about it now a week before i. Decided to watch it and I figured looking at the slate that I'm thinking of ending things would end up being my favorite film of the year and it's already second place behind something else. Oh Yeah I I'm I'm more open to you know the stragglers that I really didn't see coming that end up. Wow Ing me and that I end up trying to convert all my friends to to watch it so. What about you? Is there anything upcoming that you're really looking forward? Well, nomad land is one of them There is a film with mads Mikkelsen from the director of the hunch I think it's called another round that looks phenomenal but I want to say thank you so much for coming on and sharing your insights about this film the book the year in film that has been so far in its wacky and Willie wonder. So. Thank you so much for coming on. No thank you for having me I. Really appreciate. It was awesome chatting with you. Thanks so much for listening. Make sure you check out Kerns website cinema, etc dot Com for all the latest movie reviews analysis and festival coverage and remember that you can always find us as at omnibus ride on twitter instagram and facebook and please please please rate and review us on whatever platform you happen to find us. We would really really appreciate it. You will be safe. Take care..

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Shiny Mads MikkelsenDeath Stranding First Debut in E3 2016

The Polygon Show

07:09 min | 11 months ago

Shiny Mads MikkelsenDeath Stranding First Debut in E3 2016

"I think the first trailer for death stranding was right had just been like fired he left with Nami so we all were like what's he going to be doing and then they're like him one more thing a three physical earth years the sun has rotated the earth amaze three I don't mean to say that it's really likes really done all of the stuff they've really considered how many chapters in the game total I don't know if I have that specific number or it was like in his twenties yeah why not I don't know how many years is it GonNa take do you like a boy hood style Brian considers here's this will still be a touchstone in our culture I believe that mm-hmm give me the give me the industry context and then we'll try on that he might have actually made a new genre of game and that's the worst part about this game is that I have never played a game before so I came into it not it's pretty clear cut in in sort of a an undercutting way where of this game that's the worst part about it is that I know it silliest I don't know if I were to explain okay let me explain what this game is you take packages and you deliver babies and you deliver them yes well the baby comes with you forever and you don't deliver that baby a baby's as normal things I'll talk about bees bridge base okay just to clear that up right asa rodents where you're supposed to not connect with them but in a long slog Norman Rita's might be the challenge reading but the so the big things that happen which is when people when they die exploded in a terrible big way some people can come back from the beach namely Norman Redes- this character Sam is he's offer so that first trailer that we saw were he's on the beach in their little ghost baby he's like purgatory kind of you can so I've just learned that there's have the more I talk about it the more I have difficulty explaining it when you're playing the game you just who's another person who runs a delivery service and live play again I haven't gone I don't know maybe it will never be more clear than that so I people can't come back from it some people can't norman readers can Rachad can't sometimes he goes there and he's other thing you can do which is shower Norman read it as much as you which is great because he has nine anyone can also make him p

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Beyond!

Beyond!

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Beyond!

"Character is going to have some of these characters because the trailer opens up with him in the Oval Office talking to presumably, the dying president, who's named bridges. It his name is Sam Porterbrook. Right. But doesn't he call her bridges? He might and bridges is also the name of the organization is he building bridges is he like the president's son, and he has to go and do I don't know. I don't know. I like I said, I don't know what the hell. About it's weird. The they showed a lot of Asians of Mads character, and I feel like he's going to have probably one of the most interesting progressions I think he's gonna be like that dude is a phenomenal actor. And I'm I think he's just gonna absolutely knock, it out the park with, like subject matter that we're like wait. What ha- I think this is going to be very Lynch EA in the sense that talented actors are like throwing their absolute all at, like a story that maybe doesn't necessarily add up, you know that they don't even like fully comprehend themselves. I wanna see if I can find it, but we had our Japan team interviewed. I think Mads Mikkelsen about a year or two ago, and he kind of talked about an intimated that there were like multiple sides to his character, and that he essentially acting different variations of his own person. You know, you can definitely see that throughout the trails, especially in that NCAA very big difference from, like him in the suit is very different from the opening scene, which is very different from the war-torn madley, see who flicks cigarette into the water fire. He's fine because he has dead soldiers with them. Yeah. Man. He's good. He doesn't. Yeah. Yeah, I want to call out. There's this incredible thread on Twitter. I saw by at X C K three d three d character artist at some games did a super nerdy art, thread, critiquing, the deaths trending trailers, art work and goes like frame by frame by seeing, and like heavily breaks down. A lot of it is sort of, like technical speak. So if you're not up on obviously some visual game design language, you may not get all of it. And some of it went over my head, but just basically going into the crazy detail that would go into every single shot like there's the decaying crow, and he's like the way every little piece of that had to be individually animated, that must have been like a team of people working on that for months, that is their baby. That is their thing. They got right in that scene, like he he was just pointing to all these little things that must have taken particular people so long to put together and just like the artistry of everything just in this trailer. That's going to be bonkers. If this if this is a game that has like decomposition. So one of my faith. Things in video games period ever is the ice cube bucket in metal your solid to.

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"What it's like over the top kind of crazy that it tries to be like serious doesn't really work Ross starring meds Mickelson. And I like meds in this. He's not thanks snake. Yeah. The movie is similar to John wake. There's an assassin who's trying to retire. And it's it's great because in this organization, you get a pension based on how many kills you made. Right. So this guy's gonna retire. This companies have to pay out eight billion dollars except a fucking company what they decide to do for anyone with big pensions. Is there like look we'll just kill him before he retires that way. We don't have to pay him sends a group after him. He meets girl. There's a great twist. It's really good. I would I would check it out made for Netflix made for Netflix made by that flakes based on a comic book from dark horse. I enjoyed it. And it was a great movie. But I enjoyed is is an ethics movie the net flicks. Marie just sit. There you watch. It like entertain yourself. There's some boobs in it. Yeah. There's there's some new it's more entertaining than bird box. Tell you that much. Yeah. Lot. Some good ad contrived action. The comic book is cool too. I looked it up similar to sin city in style. Black and white very contrast. But this one has one highlight color, so there's like a red highlight color going throughout the comic looks very cool. And Mads Mikkelsen is very good. Okay. Let's Joe Henry comments. This is great because not only all these TV shows out. There's a movie out that you may wanna watch. Alita battle angel comes will be out. Now opening right now, Joe Henry says just saw alita battle angel. It's way better than you. Can imagine must see shit on trust that one on rotten tomatoes. Fifty nine percent six out of ten average rating. So fellas again, that's based on a mango. What what are your thoughts? Do we want to review? This. Are you interested in seeing this? It's getting mixed. See? Yeah. Point me force me. Well, if we would if we were to watch this. I would wanna watch it for the next episode and and doing legal battle angel review while it's still fresh. If I get the opportunity to go, I'll do it. Yeah. We'll see..

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Maybe that are familiar enough that you're going to like that you can look for deeper beats and find new things, and you wanna know some beginning to end, and it's not okay. No in general. No, just find to stop both. We're stoppers. We pause to talk about what's going on. We converse. We create you wouldn't feel bummed out or you would feel bummed out. If something happened. Oh, we can't finish last thirty minutes movie. You commit? No. No, no. We we certainly leave the last was so totally we're we're finding about stopping. So we so. Yeah, it's it's comfortingly. Excellent movies from the past. Okay. So. A couple months ago. I watched out of sight, but it's a fantastic felt dude. It is a perfect aged. Really? Well, it is it is age. Really? Well, it is weird to be almost fifteen years older now than George Clooney was in that movie. I still feel like even in that movie except for the very early episodes VR that Clooney was on. I feel like I feel like any Clooney film is always going to be older than I am at this moment. Nope. You watch this that subverts that paradigm. Oh, no, no, it's czar. So we watch casino royale with Daniel Craig, and which is still terrific having the worst poker game. And and you and that is what I think where it drags a little bit toward the NS much stronger in the first two thirds nine think in the last third once they get to them on vacation in Venice. And you know, what I would point out to you. I think I might have agreed with you in the abstract. But that whole they -cation in Venice to the Dana Ma of her, betrayal spoilers. Movie it happens much quicker than you think those beats are tight to me the long part of that movies. The poker is the from the person over for all those scowling. Bad again, again, the movies better than I remembered and max Mads Mikkelsen who I got to meet last year Silicon Valley Comecon, his son. He was there with his kid and his son was a fan of the show. And he was he mats Mickelson is so nice. And so sweet. And I said I got to say to him. You are my favourite bond villain. I no doubt. When he says the thing nothing sinister. And he like he's bleeding from the off. That's on video good to that that and the scene where he gets put bond gets poisoned while he's playing poker and has to go do the thing and has like eight minutes or something they don't they don't explicitly come out and say, hey, the clock's ticking. But the clock is ticking clock is ticking. And then they use a coincidence to get him out. Yeah. Which drives me crazy. But sometimes. Pixar axiom. It's okay. To use a coincidence to get your hero into trouble. It is not okay. To use a coincidence to get them out of apart of bonds thing that he's lucky. I sure no I get that. Like, I get that. And and I'm fully up with ISA Ray playing the lucky one in deadpool two. Zoe as as he beats is. Oh, okay. I'm getting I didn't see the movie, I only saw the trailer limited from red Delaney. His a really good part in that movie worth watching Delaney. All right that whole humor is weirdly lost on me. I feel like I'm just too old for it. Maybe I, but but all that being said. Speaking of coincidences, getting your hero out of trouble. There is no bigger violator of this than the girl with the dragon tattoo book series and the subsequent movie series. I've never read or I've never engaged with any of that. Okay..

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Film Vault

"But the the story itself and particularly star. She was fantastic. And she carries his whole movie like you want her on every single screen on every single frame. She's a mandala Steenberg Sem Stemberg, Amanda Stemberg. She was she was really easy to fall along with the story. I really liked the hey, you give I I'm just annoyed that it didn't quite. And the execution was awful. The execution was off. It didn't have to be sorry to hear that don't have to run out and see it now. But I would recommend it to be that two hours fifty minutes. Went by Peru. Quick sounds like most criticize it. No. I didn't. I said everything that I liked about it. And then I talked about the shortcomings really speaking of not being able to recommend movies, and it's a long week long week punctuated by long films long films. There are movies that seem like homework. Like homework as soon as you start watching top five. Velika deputy you see all the Oscar movies this year. I know you always do that on the way you always make it seem like a new thing. At turned his gate. You turn it. He's gay. I was so Mademoiselle because I walked out of one movie. I can't remember what it was. And as I was leaving going that was a waste of fucking time. I saw that Addie turning these game was playing right across the hall. And that's what I should've fucking scene. And you haven't seen yet. I have not. Movie about Vincent Van Gogh starring on will vote for an Oscar for best actor he was very good with this anything basket because it's the same direction as I saw diving bell the butterfly which I love I love that movie. That doesn't have a lot of crossover with basket. Okay. Well, this had a little bit across over but nowhere near as interesting or compelling journeys gate is in theater some theaters now, I saw the theaters director by as you mentioned Julian Schnabel director of the diving bell the butterfly Basquiat. And he's an artist I former beyond what a quick pause. Let's save those for because we don't have anything to top off the patriot upset that. All right. Well, I mean, we gotta listener mail, and we hope they're patriots. They don't hear Roby opening your listener mail on patriotic. Thank you for biggest scribe, starring Willem Dafoe, Rupert friend, Oscar Isaac and Mads Mikkelsen all in this film that Mads the first time I check my walk Hannity minutes in the first time. That's too early. Read it with this low enders slow is getting the head of Vincent Van Gogh. You wanna be innocent? No, many weren't actually here's the thing. So I think I think okay..

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"Movies. This year is Tyco. What TD's Joe Joe rabbit? So we'll we'll film where taika place Hitler. Scarlet your Hanson is also in it. I'm seeing any of this movie. I don't I do know the premise that part of it. At least yet I'm really interested not just because of that primus, but because I like all of these films, and I think he's really funny if it shows. Yeah. So I didn't mention that in the list. But it's a lot of Smith said we were going to put. Yeah. Exactly, I said earlier that I was going to pick a indie film that made me look clever, but I forgot to one not too late. Now, maybe I'll think about next ROY Moore. But to be run out should watch Arriva. This drew guy, drew. He was scrolling through Netflix on the weekend. And so they doubted dark horses poll comic with Mads Mikkelsen. Yeah. Heard mixed things about this tweet from ghost face on the why before we get to that drew says it's not perfect by any stretch. That makes a lot of sense there's some scenery chewing, and it's a little derivative John wick, apparently the Pellett and the cinematography is great and meds. Mickelson. Does a terrific job. Great. I've got here that especially in the comic. And it's really not good. It's bad John way, carb election lines and over the top at its worst. Oh, that's something. I think I could put on wall. I it probably even while. I added this podcast. Yeah. Let's put it on right now as we finish off the shows do it. That kind of magic. I also like Mads Mikkelsen. I saw the trailer. And I thought it looked good. Oh, interesting. And now I have two different opinions. And maybe all have an opinion. Also, do you think Mads Mikkelsen could play character is not a psychopath? Now, give them a give them a wilder. I actually he did in rogue one. Join lies at the book plant. Yeah. Yeah. I feel that's an essential element. Yeah. Could you could you put him into like, Matthew, mcconaughey style? Romantic comedy, Rosa beach due to be excavated. No, okay. Then it's the accent to sin puts on American accent. You couldn't do it. I think it'd be we'd I think people would say that and kill themselves. If he did it, do you think you could you could sit through Mads Mikkelsen doing a better that come batch? Yes. Yes. American access. Yes. It's probably good at American accent. Probably is anyway, drew says can I be the official paid a be park of the podcast. They're probably already been paid a pocket. Yes. The has been podcasts from a different university. That's the show for this week Mason Yee's wrap it up. So I.

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Can that one? All right, cut more things trailer for the movie polar on Netflix with Mads Mikkelsen, which I I second before I watched the trailer. Mike didn't we just watch trailer for this? But no, we watched Arctic another snow based movie with medical. This will look pretty close. It's like a mystery thriller, though, it was this is a different movie. See I didn't know we talked about this. It's a different move. Yeah. The first ones Arctic it's like a plane crash. Polar cold, John wick base the trail to put it didn't even watch the trailer. Because I thought every washed it, you just you this contributed perfectly because then backed up my point that I was like, I didn't I wasn't going to watch it. I'm like, I don't remember having a gun in the Arctic trailer. And then he had a gun in the clip that I watched like, okay? That's a different movie night in night patches. Pre sweetie neat. Yeah. Good production value for Netflix, which they mean, they do release good-looking movies. But I like this one this should be the movie they released right after the Super Bowl that crap last. Oh, Cloverfield paradox revealed paddock's, dump fest, whatever that oh, yeah. Paradox. Does real stinky soap? Yeah. This look good ads. Brother LARs is arguably a scarier looking than him. Lars mikkelsen. I I just think picture grew Chet. He's from Sherlock. Yeah. He played the he also played fake Putin in. That's true Moriarty. Sure. No. He was the guy from apple apple corps. Whatever you remember the weird Russian guy with the house that I again, I have all the secrets to every spy network in the world in here and was actually his brain. He looks like. Watched it. Sorry. Spoiler alert. It looks like Putin. Fuck James spader. Yeah. That's very good one. Very good comparison. Thank you for a read. That's a powerful receding hairline. It is wait for or for LARs, LARs. It is very good. See, but he wears it. Well, I think if you have a long face like that like it works perfectly and the deep cheekbones, which helps them you. Can you can pull up that haggard? Look, really. Well. Yeah. Can do that. Exactly. Yeah. Look cool, though. What's trailer with cool? I did not. But I'm I'm big fan snow movies. Then your looks way cooler in snow movies does sticks out one can do all sorts of neat stuff with the spider. What do you call it blood? That's that's what always confused me about Dexter is why is it called spider and not splatter blood splatter analysis. That's good question that I don't know the answer to this madman Biljana if you knew he was off him. There you go. You know, he is. No, oh, you don't. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Of course, chief sheaf. Yeah. He's Wales on Daniel Craig's nuts with Shelly. He does. He's he's wanted to actors that day Okajima is obsessed him and Norman rita's. That's the two of them. Awesome. Last two bits of news bad boys for life, title confirmed. Bad boys for life, the as three in life..

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Can that one? All right, cut more things trailer for the movie polar on Netflix with Mads Mikkelsen, which I I second before I watched the trailer. Mike didn't we just watch trailer for this? But no, we watched Arctic another snow based movie with medical. This will look pretty close. It's like a mystery thriller, though, it was this is a different movie. See I didn't know we talked about this. It's a different move. Yeah. The first ones Arctic it's like a plane crash. Polar cold, John wick base the trail to put it didn't even watch the trailer. Because I thought every washed it, you just you this contributed perfectly because then backed up my point that I was like, I didn't I wasn't going to watch it. I'm like, I don't remember having a gun in the Arctic trailer. And then he had a gun in the clip that I watched like, okay? That's a different movie night in night patches. Pre sweetie neat. Yeah. Good production value for Netflix, which they mean, they do release good-looking movies. But I like this one this should be the movie they released right after the Super Bowl that crap last. Oh, Cloverfield paradox revealed paddock's, dump fest, whatever that oh, yeah. Paradox. Does real stinky soap? Yeah. This look good ads. Brother LARs is arguably a scarier looking than him. Lars mikkelsen. I I just think picture grew Chet. He's from Sherlock. Yeah. He played the he also played fake Putin in. That's true Moriarty. Sure. No. He was the guy from apple apple corps. Whatever you remember the weird Russian guy with the house that I again, I have all the secrets to every spy network in the world in here and was actually his brain. He looks like. Watched it. Sorry. Spoiler alert. It looks like Putin. Fuck James spader. Yeah. That's very good one. Very good comparison. Thank you for a read. That's a powerful receding hairline. It is wait for or for LARs, LARs. It is very good. See, but he wears it. Well, I think if you have a long face like that like it works perfectly and the deep cheekbones, which helps them you. Can you can pull up that haggard? Look, really. Well. Yeah. Can do that. Exactly. Yeah. Look cool, though. What's trailer with cool? I did not. But I'm I'm big fan snow movies. Then your looks way cooler in snow movies does sticks out one can do all sorts of neat stuff with the spider. What do you call it blood? That's that's what always confused me about Dexter is why is it called spider and not splatter blood splatter analysis. That's good question that I don't know the answer to this madman Biljana if you knew he was off him. There you go. You know, he is. No, oh, you don't. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Of course, chief sheaf. Yeah. He's Wales on Daniel Craig's nuts with Shelly. He does. He's he's wanted to actors that day Okajima is obsessed him and Norman rita's. That's the two of them. Awesome. Last two bits of news bad boys for life, title confirmed. Bad boys for life, the as three in life..

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"We got my have actually my niece is four years old. So we got him sa- Batman Legos that are for ages five to eight. Yeah. I'm referring to the instructions, I have no idea. What the hell kids are playing with now. Lincoln, log guy. I can got. Yes. I couldn't. Yeah. We my niece got a wonder woman set, and we she opens it, and like my my sister's boyfriend is like, okay. So let's get the directions and she just. Just all out on the carpet and rolling. Pour some wine. Yeah. Sounds good. Yeah. You got this. Right. Who's the one in the office who would most suspect would build models like Linea m- fell thirty Koster built the morning fog. Yeah. Yeah. Cops are Jonah council set for awhile. So my eyes on favorite. I could see Cody speaking in there. I could see the guy running the cameras right now Adam Smith that we stimulate your glue. If not the now, thumbs down voted the last guy in the office until the LEGO. I don't I don't have the patience for that. But I guess there's worse fates that can be fall one then struggling with Legos and one of those is getting stranded in the Arctic. That's what happens the man's Mickelson. Oh, dear God him and his female companion. They get strength not in real life. Don't worry. I'm not breaking news here. I'm just talking about the new trailer for Arctic from bleaker street pictures, this movie, it's a point a con last year. It got it got good reviews out of there. Now, we're seeing the trailer for it. And it is as survival movie, it feels like the gray except maybe trade out walls for. Polar bears. It feels like the movie alive where the rugby team crashes in the mountains after each other. I survive do speaking of eating each other Mads Mikkelsen is the guy in the movie, but he seems to be restraining the canvas it's the desires of Hannibal. Now, he just seems like he is laying it all out on the line to help this young lady survive along with them in my my word, if I'm not rooting for these two Jeff Snyder are they going to make it do you want to see if they make it in Arctic? I do I actually thought it looked really good. When when Perry told me to watch this. And I was like really what is this kind of movie, but it looks like an awesome tale of survival. I really like man's the reviews have been encouraging and this. Yeah, there's some stuff in the trailer that I didn't necessarily expect. So I'm down to see it. I loved like a live. I think these kinds of movies too. There's a there's a say mixed sort of positive review that you can check out on quieter dot com right now from Gregory Ellwood. He saw it at Khan. And basically, his what you guys read the whole thing. But I think that he's pretty impressed with the. Rector? I believe it is his last name and Mads Mikkelsen gives a great performance. But there's some other story points that not so big a fan of Mark Riley. I'm just I wanna see the the I want to see the tension built in this movie. The fight for survival say this guy is not getting a lot of lucky breaks out there in nature. Yeah. The trailers great. This is my favorite trailer of the bunch today because it just it put me right in there. I mean the minute you get that wide shot as bads comes out of the plane crash plane. I'm just like. Up against everything. And I'm I'm a sucker for a good survival movie. I mean, it's like castaway in the Arctic. You know, he's got save this girl at the stakes are already high for me. It is encouraging. You hear that? There are some good reviews out there maybe mixed from from our own. But that's fine. I wanna see it Mads Mikkelsen is one of my favorite actors of all time. He puts together. Good work every time he shows up and so to put him on kind of survival thing, the Arctic's always something like, I'm like, oh, hell, no..

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on KPCC

"Of meditation. When I paint, I stopped thinking about. Asaf thinking. Feel. I'm a part of everything outside inside of me. When he says he he likes to paint because he stops thinking that's not Saint thinkings bad. But a lot of his thinking is preoccupied with his failures with his social problems with his fear of his mental health. But when he's painting. He's connected to something. He's in movement. He finds what's attornal, and what's you know, temporal. And that is something that I relate to as a performer when you're doing a gesture, and you're not thinking what the gesture means or whether you're doing well, you're really inhabiting. The gesture that's when you're alive, you disappear into something greater than yourself so much modern understanding a Van Gogh is kind of drawn along capitalistic lines. He didn't sell a painting money's alive. He wasn't considered as excess because he didn't sell anything. And there's a great moment in the film where Van Gogh was talking to a. A priest played by Mads Mikkelsen. And he says God may be a painter for people who aren't born yet. Which is a beautiful line. But it's also about the artist judging himself Van Gogh knows he's a good painter. I mean Gauguin tells them the same he knows he's good. He has his doubts. But he knows he has some e feels this vision that he wants to share and he's prolific. He's painting so much John. He's connected, and that's not our invention. I mean, that's he painted a painting a day toward the end of his life pretty much and also his letters show. How connected he was. So even if he wasn't getting money, even if he wasn't being recognized was there a satisfaction. As an artist that he was getting that may be an actor can understand. Do you start thinking about how we judge our own work as artists today against false metrics like box office and awards. Well, you don't because you know, you know, that shift and in a similar way, we know even in my lifetime. There are movies that were total duds when they came out that have stood the test of timing had have become important and appreciated later and the the opposite is true as well things that were huge success fade. You know, because it's always a convergence of many. Things that. Conspire to put a value on on something as subjective as an entertainment or a piece of art. So is there a early sunflowers in your career, the painting that nobody wanted to buy and you look back. Why didn't people like that? It was really good work. I mean that seriously performance that people like, maybe they didn't pay attention to you like that was one of my better paintings. But I don't have those kinds of judgments, but I do know listen for the experience there's movies that I enjoy that. I feel like they didn't get their day in court or they weren't they weren't appreciated and there's other movies where I think and people love them. So. Yeah. So it's not like I don't have opinions. I do and it's not like, I don't have favorite. But I don't I don't lane on them. Because I don't learn anything from those kind of judgment because I'm always trying to think about what I'm doing. And yes yourself critical but not self critical in intimidating the reception yourself critical in what is happening. How present you are how engaged you are whether you're distracted whether you're being corrupted. You know, I'm forever mindful of corruption. You know, I've seen it many times some actors get better some actors get worse, and they get worse because of certain corruptions, and how do you guard against that? Sit yourself down and slap yourself. I don't know. Just be. There's not a moral judgment in when I even hear myself talk. Now when I say better, whereas I feel ridiculous. But I think it's a it's a personality thing, you know, you go to the sweet spot you go to the spot where you feel helpful or useful or turned on or year. Part of you know, it's not. It's not a game of doing this to get that. It's doing this to do this. That's what I try to keep returning to one of the things that this film seems very intentional about as it ends is not giving the audience, easy answers. This is going to be a mystery. And it does feel that the point of view of this movie is that Van Gogh was really alive and wanted to continue to be alive and wanted to continue to pay. Yes. I think that's true. Whether that's fact who knows? You know, certain events of his life are debatable history does lie. It depends. Who's writing it? Right. We know that. But toward the end of his life. It's generally considered a a suicide, but there's evidence that maybe he wasn't. And there are many curious things, including the fact that he started to be recognized. He wrote a very upbeat letter to his brother the day that he was shot or shot himself, depending on your point of view. All that's in the mix. But in a funny way, that's not what the movie's about because the guy died. That's what's essential. And it really doesn't matter in a funny way. At least to me, I can only speak for myself. I guess doesn't matter so much how he died. This movie deals more with. His painting and his approach to life.

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Frame

"Fact to stop thinking. The of meditation. When I paint, I stopped thinking about what? Thinking. Feel. I'm a part of everything outside inside of me. When he says he he likes to paint because he stops thinking that's not sane thinkings bad. But a lot of his thinking is preoccupied with his failures with this social problems with his fear of his mental health. But when he's painting. He's connected to something. He's in movement. He finds what's attornal, and what's you know, temporal. And that is something that I relate to as a performer when you're doing a gesture, and you're not thinking what the gesture means or whether you're doing well, you're really inhabiting. The gesture that's when you're alive, you disappear into something greater than yourself so much modern understanding Van Gogh is kind of drawn along capitalistic lines. He didn't sell a painting when he was alive. He wasn't considered as excess because he didn't sell anything. And there's a great moment in the film where Van Gogh was talking to a. Priest played by Mads Mikkelsen. And he says God may be a painter for people who aren't born yet. The beautiful line. But it's also about the artist judging himself Van Gogh knows he's a good painter. I mean Gauguin tells them the same he knows he's good. He has his doubts. But he knows he has some e feels this vision that he wants to share and he's prolific. He's painting so much. He's connected. And that's not our invention. I mean, that's he painted a painting day toward the end of his life pretty much and also his letters show. How connected he was. So even if he wasn't getting money, even if he wasn't being recognized was there a satisfaction. As an artist that he was getting that may be an actor can understand. Do you start thinking about how we judge our own work as artists today against false metrics box office and awards while you don't because you know, you know, that things shift and in a similar way, we know even in my lifetime are movies that were total. Duds when they came out that have stood the test of time and had I've become important and appreciated later, and the the opposite is true as well things that we're huge success fade. You know, because it's always a convergence of many things that. Conspired to put value on on something as subjective as an entertainment or a piece of art. So is there a early sunflowers in your rear, the painting that nobody wanted to buy and you look why didn't people like that? It was really good work. I mean seriously performance that people like maybe they didn't pay attention to like that was one of my better paintings. But I don't have those kinds of judgments, but I do know listen for the experience there's movies that I enjoy that. I feel like they didn't get their Dane court or they weren't they weren't appreciated and there's other movies where I think and people love them. So good. Yeah. So it's not like I don't have opinions. I do and it's not like I don't have favorites. But I don't I don't lay them because I don't learn anything from those kind of judgment because I'm always trying to think about what I'm doing. And yes yourself critical but not self critical in intimidating the reception yourself critical in what is happening. How present you are how engaged you are whether you're distracted whether you're being corrupted. You know, I'm forever mindful of corruption, you know, I've seen it many times some actors get better some actors get worse, and they get worse because of certain corruptions, and how do you guard against that? Sit yourself down and slap yourself. I don't know just be. There's not a moral judgment. And in when I even hear myself talk. Now when I say batter where it's his I feel a little ridiculous. But I think it's a it's a personality thing, you know, you go to the sweet spot you go to the spot where you feel helpful or useful or turned on. Or you're part of you know, it's not. It's not a game of doing this to get that. It's doing this to do this. That's what I try to keep returning to one of the things that this film seems very intentional about as it ends is not giving the audience, easy answers. This is going to be a mystery. And it does feel that the point of view of this movie is that Van Gogh was really alive and wanted to continue to be alive and wanted to continue to paint..

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"Only pay for one of them. They have all of them. The idea, the idea of someone having to have all these services. Everybody gets one. People do it though the, you know you trade the password. Yeah. Was this? Is this sign off as like a multi season series thing? Or is this just like a one series got off and on most show today are kind of just one series, and then they get renewed feel capital tied up of one series for a long stretch. I wouldn't mind get into a new series. Oba does well. Oh, yeah, me too. And I think it has a lot of potential where I hope they make it are rated and I hope they leaned into the source material. It sounds like they're going to do that. And it's I love when they have a lead star that truly loves the material. Like even though like for example, a Christian bale where you could kinda tell he's not into superhero movies anymore. Even Nolan, I love those movies, but it's like, yeah, we're doing this our own way. We don't really care about the material and that's fine. But I like this to this, this approach of being faithful to what came before you, but just like just watching the last Batman and but knowing that he doesn't wanna do anymore. It just like sucks watching him. I don't even wanna talk about it. I've been Batman. Yeah, yeah, it's it's, I love the trilogy, but I I'm a fan of Henry to nine joy through planning about the casting, not everybody loved it. Yeah. People were saying, look, pretty bad ass. Mads Mikkelsen who's a. Hannibal Lecter. Okay. Floss. You talk. Can't look. You fucking staring at me. No. Giving those waiting for you to say something. Yeah, I gotta play the game. Is it on PlayStation or is it? Yeah, yeah, place. Pretty sure. It's it's an exclusive. Is it on like the position now, network thing. The games. I'm pretty sure it's a game that still goes for sixty dollars to, oh, well, I know they might have cut the price or their turn me off is a bunch. God. Pay for your art. You to play the first? Yeah. By sun on PS four. What does it on PlayStation two? I'm sure they made a new one like a wish. One actually read for PlayStation two Sony's. Finally. Cut it off. What PlayStation two in Japan said, yeah, I saw somebody was like, oh, this is so sad. Alexa play the PlayStation two load-ins free music. That's what happens. I mean you go on Amazon. You try to get a brand new and sixty..

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Incomparable

The Incomparable

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Incomparable

"And we ended up with this whole big fight scene the that is the essentially the big. Final fight in the movie, big final action sequence where a battle is going on with people moving forward in time while everything around them moving backward, which means that they can actually like throw people into the wall of a crumbled building, and then they're covered by the wall as it uncomfortable. And so cool it is. This is the one thing more than anything else that I tell people when I say that this is a good movie. I have never seen anything like that scene. It's so clever and I, it is so rare to have something so novel as a scene like that. I like the Jason sale test for is it a good movie is does mad Mickelson get bricks into a wall. He is waiting for years and years to find a good movie. And today is that day it's like the cast of a Monte Nido except backward or something. I don't know. You know, it's, it's, it's the elegance of this system, isn't it? Simplicity and who can critique that system? Nathan, this is what you were talking about to right the time moving backward while they fight forward and two things. I really love about the scene one. Michael g Aquino's music includes backward masked music or which is so clever and also it again, it ties in medically with who Strange's what does a doctor do? He repairs damage. You see all these people suffering, horrible accidents. But then as a result of strange rewinding time, it never happens that he, he puts them right. He men's their injuries. So I really liked that that reinforcement of the fact he's Dr there's a moment where somebody's hit and is on the ground and they're on the ground next to somebody who's. Basically like a dead body laying on the ground as they're laying there. The body gets up and flies through the air in through the window of a car which uncramps his moves backward and it's like, oh my God, like best. It's it's, it's it's it's spectacle and yeah, it's really good. I think it's, I think it's a brilliant piece of work and that like if I hadn't seen inception all the other stuff, which is still good and it's more lackey than inception. I would have been completely blown away by. But instead it's like sort of like how the matrix influence later movies I see where you're taking inception. You're taking to another level, but this scene just like that. Yeah, it blows me away every time I watch it just I'm giddy with laughter about like just how one of great idea what a strange at great idea for a scene in the movie to have them fighting for backward. Yeah, really well done all the details. I mean, when you watch it a second time, you realize there are few shots that are like, here's the father and the kids sitting at the table where it's like, well, we need to show you this now. So that we can then roll forward and enroll at back and then show it to you at the ends like the shot seems extraneous right now actually setting the geography of the scene in and its placement in time, but it's still really, really well done after the door. Mom confront confrontational, indoor mama's finally, all right, you win. You've you've, you've annoyed me enough that I give up. Then he just kinda liked plops back behind Mads Mikkelsen and surprise and Mets. Mickelson his buddies are sucked away into the dark dimension to the mindless ones from the comics you're not gonna like it, and I love the hero wins by giving the villain, everything. He wanted the worst possible way. It's kind of what I love about. Squirrel, girl, too, is squirrel, girl solves problems by talking. Basically, she's not violence and so appreciate connective seeing that characteristic in this character in the spooky I should mention earlier on when he kills that guy through zapping from the from the paddles in the operating room. He's, he's like when he kills he's upset about it. Like he's a doctor..

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Incomparable

The Incomparable

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Incomparable

"And also his lot more compacted like Anna's been working on for years. It's. Kind of like looney manifesto like somewhere Thanos has like an old typewriter with huge stack of papers, written l like all his whole rationale for the universe. This guy's just like, yeah, whatever. Yeah, turn a life. Sounds good to me. I just I don't know where he got all these followers. That's what you know. Well about wonder that about colts though. Yeah. Well, especially because the fatality rate is high, so you just have to be recruiting and training all the time henchmen. It's not a good line of line of work to get STAN school. So he gets Mads Mikkelsen, but he is still being he, he still being attacked. He gets stabbed right? And he has to go. He has to, he has crawl through a portal which you barely makes to the hospital. And this is where Rachel mcadams comes back again and she's trying to save him and we get another. I think very clever fight scene, which is he leaves his astral body appears sort of like a ghost to her to explain sort of what she needs to do to keep them alive. And then as she's trying to stabilize him in the operating room, his astral form and the astral form of one of the Cultus have a knock down drag out through the walls of the hospital. This is not the scene. I think Nathan we're talking about comes at the very end of the movie, but this is also a pretty remarkable in of never seen. A ghost goes ninja fight before you know. So this movie delivers a lot on its. It's got major areas of weakness, but it delivers a lot things you will never see before and goes goes fight over the corpse of one of the ghosts. That's yeah, I have not seen that. I've seen a lot of a lot of movies that could be improved by that reminded me pleasantly of the Frighteners. There's a sequence in that where Michael j. FOX leaves body drifts through a hospital where there are scenes of alive, people fighting in the same frame as dead people fighting. And yeah, I liked it and he has to explain what he's been doing, which you can't really do Rachel mcadams. It does lead to that moment where he after she's stitched him up and he's managed. So he figures out a clever moment that the CPR charge kind of like CPR the the paddles church get gets gets get him to have like ghost powers to blast the other guy. And so he's like, you gotta shock me harder the next time and that kills the other guy. And, and then she stitches him up and. She doesn't believe anything. He says until they walk in the door of the closet, and there's a glowing portal, their magical portal. And then when it closes the mop falls and she screams and it's funny. Hello. Again,.

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Movie Crush

"And he just like he literally does, and that's the I, I think that's the first time in any bond movie. I'd seen him make knowledge like him. Yes, this is tough. Yeah, and his scars for main with him through halfway through the film. Yeah, his cuts and bruises. Yeah. So I mean, just in Israel anymore bond than like facing off thirty guys with machine guns and winning. Yeah, and somehow still feeling relatively believable? Yeah, because he ended up at the embassy and just such a great scene and throughout the chase as there's always you always see that moment where the guys just doing his jackrabbit thing and Bonn takes a second to be like, fuck man, I don't. I got to, but can I? Yeah. Like you see him contemplating, I might. Die if I try this thing. Yeah, but I have to, yeah, it's just like the to him. It's like winning is more important than analyzing a situation. Well, yeah, a lot of ego. Exactly, right. Yeah, he's a flawed ego yet, and that's very Fleming you know, he really. He just he can't lose to these villains like he, he just he despises them and he losing to them means like is more important to win, beat them than to really complete mission for king or country. Right? Or Queen our country, I guess it would've been. Yeah, yeah, for sure. I think there's a a little scorecard that he's keeping. Yeah, in his brain. That's not like, yeah, one for God. Save the Queen, right? I beat this guy. Yes, this game. Yeah. And then we made our our villain in this which is what's his name? Ads Milton Mads Mikkelsen Mickelson who is a great bond villain. Yeah, it's got the face. He cries blood, which is a great thing just throw in there. That is, that's from the movie, the inhalers from the book. Oh, really? Yeah. So he kind of has to enter. They had asthma inhalers back then, I guess so, yeah, it's in there. Yeah. Yeah, because that gave him a slight flaw and then of course allowed to put a was a tracker in there. Yeah, and he is a Dylan. I think people underrated at I probably because they didn't know who the actor was originally going to be Bruno Ganz. Do you remember him? He played in that movie the last days. I, yeah. Because in the book, also chief is kind of like a bigger. More more like a goldfinger. Okay. Yeah, but they went kinda sleek and I love Mads Mikkelsen. He so understated in they're seeing the torture, seeing the acting in that we'll get plotted. This is just like I said before, so clean. Yeah, in, you know, he's he's financing terrorism, and he, it's, it's all about needing money to pay a dude losing money. And like this card game like is not convoluted at all. Like some of like we're talking about you to kill. I mean, I feel like some of the movies have gotten convoluted heroes dome. Yeah, to where like in the in the theater went on here, but this one's so easy to follow. Yeah, and they just make it very clean and simple, which I appreciated. Yeah. Ingred Judi Dench coming in as m. brilliant casting choice, so. Good. And I guess was added thing with fans where they like what you can't have. A woman well, or was it support was she was 'em in Brosnan's era and late. That's right. She lost. She's the only thing that makes this continuity. Strange because it's the only thing that actually lends itself to continuity where this is a full reboot. Right? She still 'em forgot that she was in the Boston. Yeah, but it's just it's just one of those suspension of disbelief things like, don't worry about it. Yes, sure. You've gotta just go with it. And so people try to connect it all the time and try to make sense like JAMES BOND is a codename that has given two different operatives that it's just all you're doing more work than you need to think it is what it is yet. She, I think they knew that they were updating, but that you can't. You can't give away Judi Dench you know, like, yeah, just throw the baby out with the bathwater. If you have Judy denture, you've gotta give these amazing and these films she is really great on this role, and she's the best thing about the Brosnan films from my money to she as it very real..

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Yeah no so zemo entire plot is based off of insane number of circumstantial things happening like it's really weird but still very enjoyable thing yeah number eight doctor strange i'm surprised doctor strange's as low as it was with the listeners saying it's below the first avenger first vendor trash doctor strange's good movie special venture aged well i haven't at twelve the fuck my talking about but i did i thought that movie age okay i think doctor strange is good though i think the i think the plot ran pretty smooth castilian or whatever mads mikkelsen not agreed villain door mama was kind of strange overlord villain too i think it was cool though special fix thought we're fucking stunning like really good in the number seven i got vendors the first avengers movie number six the winter soldier and then there that's it we're doing after that but wait so you have the first avengers at number seven yeah wow okay that's that's the most surprising thing you said yet because i do see liking doctor strange doctor strange just a little i don't know just for a little stale it's one of those movies where i was like i like this but now i'm worried they're gonna fall into like this complete everything is the same thing with it lose buick greatlooking movie really cool but one of the ones that worry me a little bit that atman even though i'm biased because i do have paul rudd but okay but eventually though man i thought everyone have vendors top three that's the pricing and winter soldier to that's very popular top three pick some say when soldiers still the best one so ken jack little i like this on the edge living on the edge i like that.

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"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"mads mikkelsen" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"Yes the these you against that for the most people who were in marvel movie saint a love the experience but some people definitely do not i think it has something to do with how many hours you in a makeup chair waving experience was not good probably ten hours in the chair of the red skull mike they're exceptions i think just happy you've gotta swear that's true yeah but i think there's also less mike up on these fights stern gets the amount of stuff you have put on your hair that is inherently terrified absolute and look you walk didn't like he's dreads right exactly christopher eccleston famously even this wake mighty he's come out and said sits moulmein stuff about my because i think he was under the impression whether or not they it in this that he wasn't going to be wearing five pounds of yes exactly i've got was dated to really do that you could just probably give him pointed these just the late christopher eccleston feis donzel true but anyway so some people have suggested that and maybe based on this try la it's been born out that thanos is using the infinity goal to bring back some of these active in some of these characters as the members of that yes because in this movie we in the trailer we say doctor strange being attacked by some sort of phantom spark spiky transparent spiky blades which with a weapon mads mikkelsen used case ilias.

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