20 Burst results for "Margo Martindale"

"margo martindale" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

09:27 min | 1 year ago

"margo martindale" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Absolutely so yes honest. They have been in firm around because he only plays and dowd or but anna so then in the moment that andrew smile at you. Because did you really like. I know you're just kidding but also was there any real truth there where you're like. Oh i wanna like ditch. Whatever persona i had in high school. And i'm in your words quote unquote i wait. Why do you assume that. That was a new persona. She could've been deb. Slut is you don't know me. My parents were dumb sluts. Yeah i just felt very uncomfortable. And i knew that everybody around me was very cool and seemed to have like forty years of experience being hot teens and i was like i just got here. I don't know what this is. I was an altar server until very recently Yeah just you know. Sort of a a loose well behaved not lose very tight self sheltering child I thought there was a subway on every street corner. And i thought it would take you everywhere and that is how i didn't you aland injured. I didn't come into the city at all by myself. Except for one time. I went and jamie scotto and i saw transsiberian orchestra madison square garden. We took the train from long island up. The escalators terrified. Absolute goth rock screamed our heads off and then went downstairs and going to train home. That was the only time. I went to the city by myself before. Moving there and andrew. Like i was like i don't fit in here. I was socially awkward. That if i might room was right next to the elevator and if i heard someone coming down the hallway i would run back inside in my room and wait for them to. I was very tender very green very tender tender greens. But i think it's so funny. You say that because the and i met right we met you in the scene. Obviously you and graduated by then whenever i thought he was an address and keep a man. That's a sentence. I say i would say all the time. Because i felt like you and addressing. You always keep obeying you stay having no you stay. You might take like a month off but you stay having boo i. This is eerie. Like 'cause you're kind of deadpan. A little dry like a little loud cool customer. Well this is. What happens. Customer whenever naomi runs no cool customer. I also do this too but we immediately project insecurities onto you. You're cool customer viewer. Cool customer and then try to get again. We've created now this person that you may or may not be but in project your insecurities on you then we try to curry favor with this with this projection. You're trying to warm up cool customer. You're like man so they'll be projected her insecurities ought to you and you must be out on the town every night. Pay now she keep a meir as she is just like cool and comfortable. Because that's not what i projected upon. What did you project on andrew farmer. Stay with us. What did you project onto judgement of myself. I projected upon anna. She's distance slack drawer. She's looks more horrifying than we look talking about. Fear i just can't being perceived as such a fucking trip. I can't believe that. 'cause i i i have such a skewed view of what i like. What i think other people see me as is so not what it is I feel that. I am very nervous and tiny baby and like and then it's occurred to me. Recently people find me like hard to approach. And that's so crazy. Because i'm like but i'm stupid baby and it's just it comes out sort of like you know a long island woman not nice. I feel i feel and also like the idea that i always have. A boyfriend is so interesting. Because i feel that i am perpetually single is hosting myself and also very uncomfortable and not cool customer. I can't believe it injury. The as you said perception is really a trip. You know i think most people perceive me as winnie the pooh and really more of a dark wing duck. That's funny though. Because i do actually perceive you as margo martindale people people. I have never done them. Gordon deal impression. And yet i do feel a great kinship with her because people very frequently say that i should play either her son or her or some combination of the two. Yes absolutely very justified. Season two oh. You want to bring up justified okay. He's watched now all the way through for the second time can't i'm talking about elephant. Watch a lot of billboard shows shows that are just on billboards. Andy watches like all the watches. At least something of every. He's tried at least every show just now. I mean there's some stuff that i just knows outside of like my interest but but okay what are you talking about. What do you say you watch it out. India's watch run the world which is a flat city on stars. This track watches everything but stars isn't a billboard it might be. It's sex in the city. Which is it's not great but it's not bad. It's light popcorn viewing exactly. I can watch as i'm falling asleep and i feel no anxiety today like it is visual lex appro. I need to show now yeah justified. It was like that before because it was a rewatch. And there's no tension because you right but okay. I want to go back to andrew smile because in that moment because we just projected our insecurities on anna but something something shown through that smile. And i'm curious about what did you andrew. What did you see with this post. This was pre monologue right. Premodern pretty monologue and i were on a scavenger hunt throughout the city with. Oh but we met up at playwrights horizons which is an off broadway theatre czar theater. School was under them. Yes and We were in the audience of a theater. And i saw him smile and like want to hide. I know andrew. I'm being very frank. Because i feel safe with you but i want you to know that. I know i'm aware that what i'm saying is i didn't want to be friends with someone. And that is that someone. And that's all and i actually really get it and i don't i don't i think i started. I started college being like. I felt so confident in high school and now i am nobody here you know and i think i think my thought. I came to high school with a girlfriend who i had in highschool. We went to the same school. We were going to the same program at nyu together. We lived on the same floor in the same room. Yes what's totally lovely person very talented person. I am now. i'm married to a man. A lot has happened between but wait. Wait sorry keep going. Because i got questions about that but i think so i arrived and i remember thinking like i've really my college. Roommate was was a person i went to high school with like like my old life here and now but but at the same time i felt the most at c. that i've ever felt before and i think like on the scavenger hunt thing normally. It'd be the thing that i would roll. My eyes would be like. This is a nightmare. Let me get back to my friends. But i was. We like i need to meet more people. And i can't be living in high school anymore and i need and so so i think like one of the iot tried talking to another person. The scavenger hunt. Who was who made me feel like it was a person who is like. I'm also hearing it. Was frankie muniz. This frankie muniz. I heard i heard this person. I heard the first person who is there. Talk about improv. And i was like. Oh my gosh. I also improv and this person was like where did you train and i was like. Oh okay this. I am trash and to be stepped upon and i think like anna was in the next person that comes so i was like maybe a new friend. That's so hopefully kind must mean. I would've never talked to anyone again. But i think i think that especially college. Freshmen consent desperation. Very well and. I'm sure that there was something in my smile to like help. You know and everyone's just trying to help themselves feel any help not to other good other no not to shut you down immediately. No i think it was this thing and i had this with jason. My boyfriend to where like as soon as they meet someone like i think people have the sometimes throughout their lives where they know that the person is going to be in their life for a very long time and i got i get resentful i i think it was only you and and jason because it was like. I don't even know this person yet. Why would they be a soulmate up..

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"margo martindale" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"margo martindale" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

"I and then i was like once. Buster was shot. Which really bummed me out because i actually really enjoyed his character then. I thought oh. Man is virginia into a clarice starling. Is she going to show up with a gun and she can you know you know. It's me virginia. Well because it's made virginia meet virginia by stephen. Yeah yeah yeah. no sh. Her character was something of a comedy relief in this movie. And i think that's why we're so taken by that character. I think we needed it as an audience. Yeah well you know it was funny like there was such a rob reiner quality to the relationship. Where'd she would say something and he goes. There's that spice again you know like it was. It was a really sweet relationship. I I was genuinely bummed. When he died. I didn't think it was gonna happen. I thought he was so beloved. The whole time. Yeah i just appreciate it that we did have those comedic moments to kind of remind me that this movie does leave that cabin. And i don't have to feel so costra phobic the whole movie With that said this would make a great play and it did and do you need to. Do you know who played any wilkes. Oh yes ma'am one. Mademoiselle day metcalf. Laurie herself. I think of a better person to portray any wilkes. Happy debates and laurie. Metcalf fab yeah. I mean that's that's of course. The fun game is who else. We'd love to see in this role. I mean because i i don't i don't know what age any supposed to be. I don't think she has to be one age. Look i think she could be in her fifty s. You could be in her thirties. You know it really doesn't matter. Obviously i'd want to see ann dowd. Play oh wow and dowd. Any wilkes or margo martindale. Oh of course. yeah. I mean even and it's funny that she had also on the oscar. This year party was like could whoopi goldberg do this. I don't know if i've ever seen her go there. But i mean she did the color purple. She can do drama. I don't know it was just one of those things i was like. Man wouldn't be fun. If like whoopi did this. And then she won the oscar for misery to play the villain. we'll be would play the villain. I don't know if that can happen. I well. Here's here's one kind of tangent we can go on and i well first of all i want to just say i think kathy bates looks gorgeous. She looked oranges when when she lights up. When she's like feeling the love she is a door of so much of the lake. Grimness of annie wilkes is. There's nothing to do with her. looks but how. She carries her psoriasis moment knowing her face. Yes yeah oh sure kathy bates. She's such a cutie. Patou coming and our stunning. I do wonder if. I don't know to challenge a stereotype or whatever. Would the story change. If annie wilkes was by western standards of beauty. You know very attractive. So let's let's who would so let going with that and you can do quantum casting you know. Who would you push lifespan. Oh sure sure shelley her something like that. So if i sure yeah. Let's say you know god because yeah there right. Tony tony clay. Yeah yeah. I mean. I think that. That's.

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"margo martindale" Discussed on TV's Top 5

TV's Top 5

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"margo martindale" Discussed on TV's Top 5

"Our next number two up next. We're heading into sunday's seventy third primetime emmys and the queen's gamut leans all programs with nine wins after creative art ceremonies. The man delorean is second with seven and as far the thing the narrative that i'm most interested in the battle between hbo and next flexes effectively essentially officially over the streaming giant has a leading. Thirty four wins after three different creative ceremonies compared with ten for the combination of hbo. And hbo max. Disney plus. That's worth noting is in second place with thirteen and as for what's to come sunday with the primetime ceremony. Hbo and netflix face off in sixteen of the remaining twenty seven categories while eight. Hbo and hbo. Max are nominated in two thousand three of them versus nineteen for netflix. So what this basically means is that even if hbo wins all twenty three categories in which. It's nominated which is not going to happen. It's still not going to be enough to be netflix this year too well. Congratulations to netflix. Why do we need to bother. I mean it's notable. Look at you know you said in headlines succession has an aired in what two years. Now there's been a number of shows that that. Hbo normally would have cleaned up on. You know that that didn't air the sheer berries. Accession insecure curb. Your enthusiasm show. Like westworld does really well with crafts euphoria. Of course all of those hurt. Hbo this year But then we're going to talk next year and hbo succession coming back and not one everything last year. So you know. Plus you've got new seasons of the flight attendant and hacks coming up in a lot of and that's not even considering a lot of their big slate going forward but this is not an hbo segment. Dan okay fine they can stay in business at hbo. Whatever but we can talk also about some of the guest acting wins. A courtney b vans one for lovecraft country. Claire foy to comb this the the guest acting role for the crown dave chapelle my rudolph also earned wins for hosting snl and my rudolf already a double winner having taken home emmy gold for her voice work in netflix favorite. Big mouth sir. Those are some ridiculous guest acting winds I wasn't clairvoyant. Like thirty seconds of the crown. She she was in. If you counter voice. Apparently three to four minutes of the crown. She was on camera for less than two minutes. She read a speech sitting in a chair. my my hatred of those categories is an annual thing because the emmy voters do so horribly with the guest acting categories. It's just ratchet so first of all. Let's take out of the equation courtney. B vance is a good winner in that category. That one's easy my rudolph. I love and i think she's had decent winner except that i don't think that snl guest host should be in this field at all if there's no place to recognize them. Oh well if you were to sit down. Emmy voters who voted for dave chapelle in my rudolph and demand. They list one sketch that either one of them was in in either of their two episodes. I am guessing. Ninety percent of them could not name a single sketched. That either one of the two of the morgan because it is just pure boiler plate. Rubber-stamping whatever you wanna call it. It's awful and they do this every year. Basically the comedy guest acting categories begin and end with who was a big name. Guest host on snl. And that's not what these categories are supposed to be. There are great guest performances on tv comedies that are being ignored on an annual basis. I would also say that anyone who voted for clarify away either to be nominated or to win in this category. And i said this on twitter should have their emmy vote taken away. It's it's just that simple. You are saying. I did not watch. Tv this year or alternatively. I am voting in a category in which i have no established opinion. And that's just a waste of time. You're checking off. Someone's name and i hate this because i don't like that these categories reliably make me dislike people who i generally like like there. Were the two years in a row where marco martindale one for the americans. I love margo martindale. Don't make me say. Bad things about margo martindale. Why would i wanna do that. But she didn't deserve either one of those two emmys. There was at least one of the more she was. You know in roughly a clear foyer amount of that season and the other one was also limited. It's just rubber-stamping and claire. Foy did not deserve to be nominated for an emmy this year for the crown. She did not deserve to win an emmy for the crown but she absolutely deserved the two nominations and one win that she had for the crown previously one hundred percent. But why would anybody basically seed vote like they did in this case and you look at the at the other people in the category was already kind of a mixed bag to begin with because again yemi voters are not good at these decisions but you have the two actresses from handmaid's tale and both of them are in kind of sketchy positions because alexis bledel has been a regular on handmaid's tale at times. She's basically a guest actress because of number count that's what it is but she's totally worthy. I thought mckenna grace was great on the show this year to me. I probably would have voted for sofia canadian because honor ridiculous show. She was the one who seemed most. And this is ratchet on netflix. She was the one who seemed to most understand. That's ridiculousness and i'm not normally one of those. The person who wins should be the person with the most acting. But i think in this case she would have been a great choice regardless. It's just such a mess. And they basically a couple of years ago a couple of years ago over a decade ago ellen burstyn was nominated for an emmy for less than two minutes of screen time and there was a whole conversation about how they needed to change the procedure and change. Whatever they haven't done it they haven't fixed the problem. These categories need to be. Maybe they need to be juried. And you actually force people to watch twenty or thirty guests performances and it doesn't need to be the biggest name actors who did guest appearances this year. Who get nominated or win. They need to modify the category. It's a little bit like the california recall process. I do not think that california should be without a recall because it's important to be able to correct clear mistakes but as it stands the recall needs to be re conceived reimagined redefined well guest acting categories the same way anyway. This is not a segment just on me. Hating the winners of the guest acting emmy categories. So where else do we want to go in this conversation. Muslim on sunday ceremony is going to be broadcast. Live in front of a limited audience. An air on cbs. It's hosted by the neighborhood star. Cedric the entertainer and look. Let's make some predictions dan or at least. Let's have you make some predictions you know. Let's look at the big categories so comedy series. The nominees are blackish cobra. Kai emily in paris hacks pen fifteen or as you say whose penis ted lhasa. The flight attendant kaminsky method so to me. It's slammed dog ted lasso. What about you to win. There's no there's no question. There's no drama to to me. I would personally vote for hulas peanuts but that is my own vote. Ted lasso is going to win in the same way that jean smart is going to win for lead actress in a comedy. I do think there's some interest in seeing how the supporting categories going comedy as it can be as simple as emmy nominee brick old team becoming emmy winner breath goldstein..

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"margo martindale" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"margo martindale" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"It's a movie that i liked more and more time i say air yester- toni collette play. The doll burns dollhouse affect the poster. Yes who would. Who plays like the the. I think it's an anti like kind of hap is actually the secret cult leader since some. Margo martindale is it. Yeah it is. Margaret margaret is a year so she was really good in that and it a margo martindale. What urine setting thoughts in my head. But i remember her being here. Who was it actually was and doubt dot isn't yes i. Br assured his end out. She shoes really good. Whoever was that played that cult leader actress. I don't why immediately said it was margo martindale. I put her in that movie us. The grandma in the americans which i love great role in In leftovers two. That's right those are two. Yeah okay yeah. Maybe because there's somewhere else but i think it's good. Pick their next pick is the whaling. When will be reviewed not that long ago right while ago but we reviewed it. It was a throwback review. Yeah and that's i think what the first foreign pick on our list right now. An overly yeah mean the wailings a fucking horrifying movie that fucking demon man that the is. Oh that's so scary freak map. I'm gonna dip it in the past we. We've i guess. Well okay. Mike michael buyers off the board. But i'm gonna go freddy kruger. Take him off the board nightmare elm street and it's not just the character means of fucking a really good movie. I mean west craven. We've already had a west crazy movie picked but Freddie krueger is probably the most horrifying of like the the staple characters. I mean then head hellraiser whatever that movies anywhere near as qualities nightmare announce three is a legitimately methods terrifying character in your kid especially just a gross the fucking the sweater the clause the face just the the the hat. If he didn't wear the hat much less scary he's only like fedora. That intrinsically shouldn't be very scary but it's very scary on him. Cruisers fedora helps out a lot. Yeah i'm going brand. It's nice.

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"margo martindale" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"margo martindale" Discussed on The Watch

"I choose to think about it slightly differently. Which is they have two things one. It's very very hard. I mean presidential performances especially in this era are almost uniformly imitations right and it's distracting to be like oath. He's just like bill clinton. Yeah whatever Falco place. Hillary clinton like i think it was a smart move to minimize them in the trailer because immediately becomes about. Wow clive owen. Doing a great job being bill clinton sure in it's distracting from the show. They wanna tell. I think the second piece of it is the from my understanding of it. The reason to tell the story about something that you know obviously isn't fresh and a lot of people's minds but i for people of our age our generation certainly is. Is it for. Sarah paulson to win more awards. That's going to happen. But i think it's more to tell the story of the monica lewinsky and linda tripp and people who were actually the prime movers of this. That shook the firmament that the much larger figures were resting on in a way that you know the changes are the aperture the way were considering the story. I think that like the slow-burn podcast has done similar. our buddy. Cms meals producing a show called gasoline right now. That is a watergate show but think it's a similar thing where it's like. Yes you know the major players but you don't know is these little butterfly wings flapping that caused the the hurricane. So i think that that's interesting. And i and i think in general it just makes the show to me so it's working. I want to say because. I'm interested in this because it does appear to be coming out from a different angle. Okay i end. Cast is bananas. The cast is nuts. the cast is really good. It's beanie feldstein. Is monica lewinsky. Sarah paulson is linda tripp. Margo martindale billy. Eichner matt drudge. Yeah kobe. Smoulders is an culture. You got our buddy. Colin hanks in it fred melamed mira sorvino kathleen turner underwood. What is even happening. Can't wait last one scenes from a marriage. I wanna take your temperature here. I had one idea of how we could have made this more relatable for you. I feel like you're like resisting this. Do you think it would have been better. If this had been about jessica chasse teens zero dark thirty character getting together with oscar isaacs born for legacy character like they're kind of post war on terror relationship falling apart or either way like is that a sexist. That's the hottest thing you've ever said. Well we because spoiler alert. I think oscar is character. Drake inborn legacy. Does he does he. Though that's true that could be. I mean crazier things have lived through that. Yeah that's right. i would love that. I mean you're you're pretty fired up about this because the thing is that chris will you love. And you've always been this way. You love actors. Love a showcase for actors you like. You're never happier than when you are inside of a black box theater watching too young hungry julia graduates. Get after it right like that is just. That's what moves you elevate. Yeah there is there is there is big big. Mfa energy in the show for me and that's not necessarily bad thing but it does seem like an intense thing and i'm not sure if that's where my head i'm not sure you're you're in the city of ghosts with the patrol. This is we all have different by the way. If we're being really honest city of ghosted paw patrol could also be subtitled scenes from a marriage. Like he is all connected. I'm just saying like you know. Open your mind here. Well we've talked about tv. That's coming on soon. We're going to talk about a show. That's already online. We'll get into the chair right after this break when simplisafe home security founders chat and eleanor lawrence designed their first security system in their kitchen. They did it for very personal reasons..

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"margo martindale" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"margo martindale" Discussed on The Watch

"Crime story impeachment which come on september seventh if i if i run my dates correctly. Here's my big takeaway from the abundance of trailers at they have released for this in the last three weeks. Really like quite a push. So and i think i'm starting to get the feeling like this is going to be an american story o. Oj simpson moment. Where i think we're going to revisit a lot of the stuff from the clinton impeachment monica etc. But i have a question about all these trailers. We still haven't gotten a significant amount of time with clive owen. His bill clinton which leads me to believe. They're either sitting on marlon brando in the godfather level performance or marlon brando. Doctor moreau level performance. Like it's it's going to be one or the other that is definitely a take and you may right. I choose to think about it slightly differently. Which is they have two things one. It's very very hard. I mean presidential performances especially in this era are almost uniformly imitations right and it's distracting to be like oath. He's just like bill clinton. Yeah whatever Falco place. Hillary clinton like i think it was a smart move to minimize them in the trailer because immediately becomes about. Wow clive owen. Doing a great job being bill clinton sure in it's distracting from the show. They wanna tell. I think the second piece of it is the from my understanding of it. The reason to tell the story about something that you know obviously isn't fresh and a lot of people's minds but i for people of our age our generation certainly is. Is it for. Sarah paulson to win more awards. That's going to happen. But i think it's more to tell the story of the monica lewinsky and linda tripp and people who were actually the prime movers of this. That shook the firmament that the much larger figures were resting

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"margo martindale" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

09:20 min | 1 year ago

"margo martindale" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Smoking during one thousand. Yeah never call okay baby. I'm rambling cart wheels. They're meant from rolla of going around the track. That's right never called up on cinderblocks baby understand. I got many more orgasms to give. You didn't see now. Do you think you might have a visceral reaction. If i think people have that kind of stuff with dogs and they go i was be bit by dog and the dog. You were boy can see a little mark there. Yeah sixteen sixteen tells store. I was at a graduation. Party bent down to pet someone dog. And so yeah. It was really weird. I'm not scared of dogs. But i'm scared of them of noises when they just come out of nowhere. What kind of dog was it. Siberian husky And was it weird having an orgasm for that too yeah. It was so bizarre every time doug wexler. Huskies they do that sometimes. There's a couple of breeds and there's always the people have to defend the breed. Like you know they do that thing. Where like this. It's not about the show. I know lots of chows. That are like. And it's the same fucking thing with the terrorists. Like i i know. It's a good upstanding muslims except they seem to be the ones who coincidentally blow shit up too so the deal is. I don't want my kid going to a house. That has a chow. Even though i'm sure you're chow is fine. And he was going to take a bike tour. Let's do it somewhere in europe and stay away from the opec nations. That's all i'm saying like let's stay away from the places where things are blowing up and i know the chances are slim and i know that most pit bulls don't do whatever they do but almost no labs bite people. That's what i want to say. And i don't know who are those people that always have to pick the breed or type or the religion or the whatever that doing the damage go not all chow. Okay don't bit to people before there. You got me brought it to a party. Muslim didn't stay away. That's the thing went to people who brought it these people. I don't know they were stupid. God it was almost ruined by that dog. It was bad for like a year really had like a crooked face everything. Yeah yeah had twenty seven stitches and all kinds of shots and everything. Oh yeah like they give me. I'm like resistant to novacaine now. Because they give you so much novacaine Your face you seem pretty even killed about it. Well i mean it. Was you know half my life ago with the dog. Put it down. Oh small town. It wasn't you know they're just like don't kill the dog. We had a neighbor that had a dog. That was literally half dingo. Like it's color. Here's to our color. Blue shiny and blue was fucking blew. Greasy it was talking about and copra dog's name was moon fucking dog. Just hang out in the street from the house. Just terrorized the faulk out of anybody. Any woman ryan by a bicycle or any kids or anything out suck it yes macabre and they never fuck and put it in the yard and it was just like again. That's our dog. I you have to be one of the. What kind of colossal self centered. Dick maas you be to have a dog that has already bitten people and go. But i want him here. I want him at the party. Or i want him in front of the house and literally. I'd say like old women riding bikes and cars coming out of it. Yeah it's our duck. And how are you yourself not kind of afraid of your dog because dogs who do that. We'll turn on you one day. Or what benefit is it to you to have your dog out front like just fucking harassing people. You know what. I mean like dog. Just pretty blond chick. Oh that's awesome. You're gonna make a million of that boat in your driveway vote. It's furry furry po people me all right ricky. I'm so sorry that dog. Apparently now. I know i'm fine about it. Yeah i like that And million dollar baby. I gotta say i enjoyed the movie. But you're part bothered me. I couldn't stand your family. There was such dick still her being such assaulted her only part of the movie whereas like widely being such a bitch dr. She bought a new house. She's a paraplegic. And the mom is like you bought a new house. Well there's no free shot up. She just bought a house and the whole movie was good except for except for us. Just won the emmy. Last week margo martindale. Was that her both really good angry. It was a good script. I don't know what the fuck. Clint is thinking. In that it was only part where it was that the retarded guy jim frozen water and he's going house was water bottle. Get in here for showing shaped like a bottle and it's like retarded guys. Boxing gyms don't they now. I mean eventually they all become retarded that guy the snowing sar. You're paralyzed sweetie. But you did deserve. It should do say protect yourself at all times. Put this in your mouth go. Hit sign away all your rights. There's only part that bothered me. I know this uncomfortable. Shouldn't you know. I was excited to be in it. It was the first thing i was ever in movie. And it shouldn't one oscar only because of that part ruin. The movie was the mom. Didn't need to have a momma was now spend standoffish. But it's fun. It's never and ask why the come on. No no. I was scared. It was my first thing ever. So i just did there then said my line and then i left. You only do one take so i was on an hours. Yeah god first movie in. That's fucking movie are in. I know right yeah. i met clint. He came to see a play. I was in. I met him in the lobby. That's how i got the movie. Oh we must let me explain how that were. You ever see what Sandra lock looked like when she was twenty six. Yes but now all right pull up Sandra lock age twenty. Five twenty six dono. She's an actress that clint eastwood was married to many years ago. And when you pull up a picture of her name is sandra lack. Oh you get a pretty good idea. Why clean took a shine and we both have. The big is ricky type. You can find a. You'll find a picture of sandra lock. That looks even more rookie. Ask her hair. Sorta you'll see they'll be longer and our hair be fair colored. But you'll find a sandra lock color. That looks like ricky. Something him she clinton was in your shoes. A fine actress clinton was fucking. We wouldn't have heard of this the worst thing ever. I am attacking the movie rocky in that lobby. Whenever i got the part but but so really though you meet him in the lobby and then how does that translate into a part though. So then like four months later I got a call from his casting. Director wants edition for this. And i did and then like three months. After that i got the part clinton been beating. I mean thinking about you. Did anyone mary anyone who looks vaguely like me. You could get. You could get a gig teresa strasser husband. Yeah we could find you well. They're saying more more like you know. Well obviously ears deal. Fellas have types clinton i mean not fallacy. Entire world likes tall thin blond. That's that's good that you have that kind of pizza ask. Universal appeal even a dogs. Evidently to your face canines but You know guys have types and was probably few years since he'd been with sandy. Yes he'd moved onto like the telemundo reporter. Something out there in santa barbara. Where montecito where. He's living over there carmel. Don't ever correct me on there and say one for a totally different type. But there's always that party that goes you know and then you saw ricky. And he's like hey. She looks familiar. Why moving very sad. Dick moving. And then i thought i'm not saying but must die pretty damn good job of the play. I don't care. I don't care why i gotta part. They played the rice in the play. Really yes it was. A committee diller to play like wearing with little mask condoleeza rice. How did how we're at a block face. No comedian ask how come. How come clint eastwood was your play. Because tim robbins wrote and directed it and did that movie with tim. Robbins mystic river. God damn yeah. That would never happen. Wow that's awesome. See all the good karma from being bit in the face by that dog. You know coming back only..

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"margo martindale" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"margo martindale" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

"They're doing the team killer promo at the end was amazing. It was like you have to. And she's just like julianne moore lips like she can. Oh my god. It was so good. Don't call me lady. Yeah yeah. I come in here i do you send my friend home. What does she suck my dick. Is that what she says in the movie sect mike how the suck suck my cock. Yeah i think that's what she does say something very obscene. We should do. We should do a matrix just on that scene. Just an ad seen yeah. It's a brilliant. Actually it's hard to watch too Because it's got that magnolia like level of pace. Yeah yeah just always very uncomfortable. Yeah it's not seen as killer queen juliane mooring. Yeah oh my god. It's it's so good. It's kind of what i think of. It's also reminds me of one of my favorite moments from the hours. When she drops off the kids. Margo martindale house. And then she turns and walks away or face starts to melt like a birthday cake and then she turns around and pulls it together enough of the cargo by sweetie. And i'm like oh charlie yeah. How did you do that. how does she do. she's she's i don't know she must be kind of insane because she can just turn it on. I mean that. Bill the billy on the street segment is also maitree on that segment. That is one of my favorite. God oh my god. It's just so funny. It's like she's insane but she's really she's just she is aware of what she's doing. Yeah it's not. This isn't alice ripley. You know right correct yes. It's it's a table. Read that people would applaud. Does right where it's like. Whoa when she's just like yeah she's kind of a toni collette about it. She's like yeah. You know what i mean. My job this is. This is the work she calls it. She calls it the. I'm here to do my craft. Yeah yeah. I'm just here to do the work. It's all on the page. You know my job to just bring my training and my craft and I tap into the of the words. Step aside and i let the character through and i trust my director. I trust my right arm. I know. I love actresses and actors. You know what i mean. Yeah no i know what you mean but at the same time when julianne moore says that similar to lean wore knows like walking away in the woods. Yes not only more knows..

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"margo martindale" Discussed on Why Watch That Radio

Why Watch That Radio

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"margo martindale" Discussed on Why Watch That Radio

"Twenty nine election comes up and certain movement and certain branches the government that can really set you back some years. That's right and remember we do have that memo six eighteen so that is playing a role. Not only for diane julius. You'll see what happens you use and leyland are not leland but Him and his little girlfriend. Yes yes when it comes to delmore. Lindo yes adrian so yes. His girlfriend is a judge who's involved memo's six eighteen. She is the judge for the summit. Last seat yeah. Julius is case and she's trying to say diane to do it this way. I ancestor You me to do it this way and this is how. I'm going to get you to do it. She does okay good luck. what is adrian. Think about all of this because he over hears something and he gets involved. Memo's six eighteen is not dead. There's always somebody from the government who knows who he is sitting and watching now also have of course offered mcdonald playing. Liz was married to adrian whose father started the firm that they're now in and the problem for liz is. This was a black firm. It was diane came in now. Diana's a formidable lawyer as she is a woman but is that enough because it was a black firm went about certain people who work there and certain people who are leaving the for because adrian. Everybody is going away. He's going to have a political. Okay margo martindale is there. They had a little tall. Okay yes they did seize advise him and he's advised by by well we'll see yes so just so you know delroy is leaving the show. This was a farewelled him. And that means that. Liz is the final name partner. Who's black with diane. So she has a burden to way and she knows that diane in stupid exactly can source out somebody in their pocket. Who's in england. Perhaps they do. It'll be three woman. They have chris jumbos character. Luca quinn michael luca. Quinn ref has befriended one of their clients who has a lot of money. Yeah that client is like luca. I want you. Okay so check they. She wants a full-time full-time. Oh my goodness and here's a check. Let's see if they could match and exact off all of that. I'm investing in new girl can look do that. 'cause luka was taken like the ref said to england it which is funny. 'cause kush is is british and yeah. She's playing american. Who goes to. England has never been there before. It is like a bird with an entire neighborhood with her like hilarious. Yes is a good enough america dialect to pull it off. So she's over there being enticed vade. Eat her though at the firm baby she could be the third named partner taking prey drian and be another person. Well you'll see what comes of all of that show. What about the investigators at the for now we have marissa's who was mr gould's daughter. I do have a there is a. I was confused about why she was go into kush for information about where to go to malls but when her father is yeah anyway while her father is in a certain condition. When you watch it you'll see if that is because there is some cova stuff going on in here So yeah like the rough was saying. She is starting to see because what happens. If the firm is with covid they go Shut down by. We'll let you know when we're back. Everybody yes so everybody's out of work marissa's what am i supposed to do may become a lawyer. Let me talk to you. know luca. What is lucas say to her. What's her advice. And the other investigator J.j be really goes through it in this episode began l. and he lucent's who pops up each four manager thought leaders throughout history. I'm not gonna tell you all tell you any. We'll tell you one actor you'll things report me. Good read pops up and he pops up kinda like walter white. Let final episode of breaking bad in the back in the dark. You can tell about hair. Yes it's maybe two people to be king at somebody else and he comes praising james here which is like talking about the hair. It was just hilarious anyway. So jay is having this conversation with eventually four thought leaders. They don't show up at once and he's working through all of this stuff. This is the kings again where they do something just seemingly ridiculous that works for the show and for the viewer and afro. Sheen is involved in the secrets. What so watch out for bivary. I was like we have it. I was like okay. Pippins house us just goth. Well there you go and so forth. So that's enough about what happens in the first episode as you can tell everybody all lot happened but the pace because the kings are going. This i talked about. They said the by the delaware they also said the by the cush. Cush has a new show to us soon on. amc so okay. They wanted to leave. Wait till you see joins the cast. I'm not give that away somebody. I love from homeland is coming in. The gobi. walked real fast. I hope you see this good fight. Walk yes i want. Wanna see how this actor is. Don't walk in the good fight. That will be lingering question so the point is the kings are going because a lotta shows will go. Let's drink so over like at least half of the season now go. Let's move it along. We've got other things to do. And that's why i love them. Not just what they produce which at various levels you know some of it you like more than others..

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"margo martindale" Discussed on Cautionary Tales

Cautionary Tales

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"margo martindale" Discussed on Cautionary Tales

"It turned out. This guy had wormed his way into the center of the communist command for the saigon area and the delta. He had access to all their secrets. This guy t you hackel from our standpoint was the walking equivalent of having a spy in hitler's bunker from foreign policy. Welcome back to. I spy on each episode. We get one former intelligence operative to tell the story of one operation. I'm margo martindale frank. Snap was a cia analyst based in saigon during the vietnam war in april of nineteen seventy five. He discovered that north vietnamese forces were preparing a large-scale attack on saigon snap broke reports about the coming offensive based on information from his best source a communist defector named t. You hackel the higher ups reviews to it. When the attack began. Later that month americans conducted a frenzy evacuation leaving behind many vietnamese allies and marking a humiliating end to the war. This is snap story about the fall of saigon. Early april nineteen seventy five four weeks before the end. The ambassador graham martin and the station chief. Tom bogor were convinced for various reasons that either we could win the war with what we had left or that we could negotiate a surrender and the question was what we're our best assets telling us. The first guy that we needed to check in with was a hanoi source. I had been for the past two years exclusively responsible for debriefing and briefing. This asset he came into saigon snuck into saigon. Ci caterers laid on a big sumptuous lunch. To make up for these slim pickings he had to endure and hanoi and so we opened up in. What he said simply was this. The communists are on a a blood set. They are going to go for military victory in the shortest possible time. Well there seemed to be an absolute thumbs. Down on the. I'd that we could go. She ate our way out of this madness. After talking to the source. I race back to the embassy to let my immediate superior. Tom po garneau what i learned and i briefed ambassador martin. I had been doing this job now. For the past. Three years had risen to become the ambassadors chief briefing officer. I was extremely close to him. I had once dated. His daughter survived. The break-up to remain in the ambassador's good graces the station chief. Tom bogor and i were very close. Because bogart love to use me to spy on martin and martin is made to spy on poll gar. So i take this report back to the embassy. And i tell poker. What's going on hogar. Didn't like it at all. He didn't like to hear the communists weren't a blood sent and that there was probably no chance for negotiations so he tried to minimize this intelligence and he proceeded with the idea that we could somehow soccer the other side into negotiations now. Graham martin did mike this message either. He didn't want to hear that. The communists were barreling their way in martin had convinced himself with the help of his military advisers at the defense attaches office that saigon could rally the forces that had been salvaged from the communist offensive up north that they could build a defense line just north of saigon forty miles out whole the north vietnamese advanced there until the monsoons intruded to slow the communists down bogged them down and they would be in a position to fight again another day so both of them were absolutely averse to evacuation planning because evacuation planning could bring on chaos and confusion chaos and confusion would make it impossible to negotiate a settlement on saigon terms. So i took away from this meeting boy. We're in trouble. And we should accelerate manning for an evaluation. We should start reducing the american community which is about six thousand strong that included businessmen back akers contractors spokes diplomats. Whatever we should begin reducing this number so that we would have only small chopper loads in the end.

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"margo martindale" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast

Sexy Unique Podcast

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"margo martindale" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast

"Also. The, the school Charming like yeah, other people older than him. This is his born to do. He was born to have like 30 second long. Interactions with you, make them feel great about themselves, laugh, go. Thanks and right like love you long time, Brett on their thing. Yeah, on their tips and Brett the home. Called the Thunder. Rally Music Festival. So we go. Yeah. Should we should have internet? I think I might be murdered if we go. You'll get gay bashed. I'll protect you said. He's not gay. He might look gay. He's not right back off like Office Max. My gay friends. Back off of my son. Keep your faith and how many codes there is a motorcyclist, your hair in a long braid and you go Yeah. It's motorcyclists just running in circles around us in a dirt field and I got leave him alone. He's gay, but he's not here to fuck any of you guys off and then I quit my braids around the the guides try and come closer. They have like chains and they're trying to like eat us a chain and I take my braids and I go wait and whip them off their Motors like you'd like decapitate although yeah I decapitate them one by one with my whip braids and then I go come on Kerry and I fling them on back of a motorcycle and we go and I'm leaving them all in a cloud of dust. And we drive to Chicago Indianapolis, we so, we met I've actually had lard I met before we started Potter, we schedule a show. We're going to schedule a show in Texas. That's going to go so bad. At never even happens. And know it's going to get so bad that we're chased off if she would Chase of the stage, and literally up to kill our way out of there and steal motorcycles. And we start our Bonnie and Clyde asked drive up to Chicago, where we do to really successful back-to-back shows like arrested. Stay away from him. So I gave birth daily for my gay friend, you have different Lifestyles but it's fine Live and Let Live dead. Don't come any closer like stay away from him? Trends. We drive on. We get to Chicago as the show's starting and drive through the doors of the venue. On a motorcycle clubs, down the center of the venue, and jump the bike up to the stage, and that's how we enter this. We do have flaming can evil. Yeah, you walk away under the stage Then they get back to they like go right back, so they get like back into the limo, that's going to take them back to the PJ and take as like checked fully cuddling in the corner and Beverly unpacks, like a duffel bag of merch that she collected. This Thunder. Rally festival and just starts pulling out like, teddy, bears and teeth. And she's like, well, I got these two teddy bears. I think there for both my daughters, but and I'm going to want you to sign them, but you can do that in a little bit and then like showing Bret all the stuff that you got that she needs him to sign for kids. Name is like Beverly. You just dug your own. Yeah I mean I mean I think any of them would be kind of like Okay, you just cleared out the the like merch table at the Thunder Rally for your kids. And now you're asking the guy that you're on a date with to sign them for you? Hey, can you sign me? She's like, Mom, Chinese Army. Hold that thought, but we'll come back to that, you know, if you do it now, she's like Margo Martindale and million dollars billion dollar babies. She is being like, honey. Could you just come in with their Mickey Mouse ears on? It's so cringe and sad. You guys just don't do that to people. Hey potatoes like doing like Tantra with Brett. Mhm. And then like probably snaked off tiny little wrist down, one of his pant legs and his like, fingering, his ass, like rubbing his dick. She's she's like, she's like twisting his little taint chef and she's also like, Tears. She's like, I'm used to this. I'm used to hanging out with like, musicians and stuff and it just seems like Beverly doesn't really get it. And I was like she'd done excuse, right? That tay is right and so they get back like in the wee hours of the morning and I think it was still night out and they got back. It was night. Yeah, Hagerstown me and Beverly. Gotta get back to the universal Hard, Rock Hotel and Resort. Say the full name and she & Mindy have it out. Yeah. She's like me I'm not happy with you about what you were gossiping about me and then he goes I'm a jokester I put meat in people's shoes off. You know what did we miss that? We never had to see who's speak of Comedy. When she put meat in people's shoes, she does. She's meet she's a meet meet Frank, d as a I'm a jokester, you know, me a prank with me. I'll show my love with me. I'm around. I'm a, I'm a meat comedian. I'm a comedian. I throw me. That's what I do. I put me, I leave me and see how long they go Mindy was here family. Gatherings, someone sits down and there's a cold slab of steak on their on their seat. Sometimes, I've just got a sometimes, you know, the moment calls for a little bit of meat and some chew and that's where I come in. Oh Mera Mindy is what they call me. Mindy meet Mindy. Also refers to Taz calculating Lee. Perfect. No one's perfect. On the show, far from it. What is like What's going to happen to these people? This is like where this show takes a turn and it just everyone makes me kind of sad and it's not even like funny because I'm like wow this is a bunch of like sad, boring people competing for a non win. Look at least like in the beginning, it's a lot more, the stakes are lower and they're more like, it's more about the it's more about the girls interacting with each other. And now it's like, they're all like, it has to be about Brett now. Yeah. And I don't I don't like it cuz like you all have to know that none of you are actually going to end up with birth long time. No. I mean, I think maybe one I think Mindy thinks it's forever and like Taya maybe a little bit, but but I also think today is like a, she's pretty smart and I think she knows them big. Yeah, Beverly is just in it for the earliest. Barely going to get away from her family. Yeah. Beverly is running from her demon Beverly renting from them. And well she's she's going to be confirmed. Pretty soon. I know but she's doing everything in her power to just get further and further away. Well then at the elimination Beverly looks amazing. Yeah, she's done full mod. Call Peggy Lipton. Yeah, she's one of these days. So gonna walk all over. Boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom. Boom, swearing. She's Twiggy Twiggy. Well, yeah, but she disguised herself. She has her hair up in like a high bump. It poof, she's wearing a maternity kind of maternity maternity frock like a you know like a month of.

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Bryan Cranston on new TV drama "Your Honor"

Fresh Air

06:08 min | 1 year ago

Bryan Cranston on new TV drama "Your Honor"

"Bryan cranston. The star of amc's breaking bad returns to series television for the first time since that show left. The air in a new showtime miniseries called your honor which begins on sunday. Cranston plays a new orleans. Judge whose life is torn apart after his teenage son gets into some sudden and very serious trouble are tv critic. David be cooley. Has this review bryan. Cranston had played the goofy dad on the fox sitcom malcolm in the middle then. Redefined himself brilliantly as walter white. The meek high school chemistry teacher in breaking bad. What made walter break. Bad was the sudden news that he had contracted terminal cancer leading to a series of increasingly momentous decisions. In the new showtime miniseries. Your honor cranston returns to series tv playing another character who gets some sudden life changing news. This time he plays. Michael desio a compassionate judge in new orleans and a single parent raising his teenage son after the death of his wife a year ago in an unexpected tragedy. On the day of that saturday anniversary the sun adam played by hunter. Doohan experiences an unexpected tragedy of his own after leaving flowers at the convenience store where his mother was an innocent bystander. Shot by robbers has an asthma attack while driving away he searches for his inhaler on the passenger seat and as he takes his eyes off the road he slams into a motorcycle driven by another teenager. Adam after returning home tells his father what happened next. Where did this happen. Okay okay so would be the new hospital. Then the emeralds. Taken to what in new orleans and i don't know well the police must have sex. Overweight drove away before the tried to can give you called nine hundred time to try to at least yes or no please. I could breathe okay. I got you guys. This ten part series begins like the. Hbo mini series the night of following a young man. He descends deeper and deeper into a horrifying spiral of accidents and consequences that engrossing 2016 mini series was created by peter moffett who adapted it from his own british series. Moffitt is the adapter of your honor as well but this time he's not working from his own story showtimes. Your honor is his new version of a twenty seventeen. Israeli drama called ca- votto which has the same basic plot and is available of sample on youtube but for this adaptation for the united states. The location is changed in new orleans and other elements are given an american spin from police brutality. To local criminal activity one thing stays the same though. And it's thing that makes your honor so gripping from the start the father doing the right thing as both a judge and a citizen escorts his son to the police station to turn them in with an explanation but when he gets there he sees the father of the victim and recognizes him as a powerful local mob boss. All of a sudden the judge realizes that to turn his son in would be to signed his death warrant so from that point on. What is the right thing to do. And how many people does he have to enlist or deceive to do it. There's a certain flavor of breaking bad this because we're essentially put in the position of sympathizing with and rooting for a person who's breaking and avoiding the law but that's not a complaint because breaking bad may be the best tv drama series ever made and bryan cranston once again crafts a marvelously nuanced and empathic performance. And in your honor. He's not alone. The executive producers in addition to moffitt in cranston include robert and michelle king the talented creators of the good wife. So both the characters and the legal twists are fully drawn hundred. Doohan as the judge's son has the same relatable acting skills cranston and needs to since he carries most of the show's opening our and other riveting characters and actors abound michael stool barred from. Tv's fargo plays. The mob boss and hope davis plays his wife as very fierce and involved sort of carmela soprano to his tony and while margo martindale from justified in. The americans doesn't show up as the judges mother-in-law until episode four. Wow is she worth the wait. The writers on your honor include moffitt himself and the directors include clark johnson. An actor and director way back on homicide life on the street and edward. Berger who did a marvelous job directing another showtime miniseries patrick metros showtime provided only four of the ten episodes of your honoring advance. Each one. both impressed and surprised me and made me hungry to see the next cranston's michael ziada is smart enough to think on his feet and almost every scene requires him to do just that to avoid exposure endanger and to protect his only son whatever the repercussions to others the series title. Your honor isn't just the judge's work title. it's also at the center of the show. When it comes to your family would you do to save them. And what effect will that have upon your moral code your relationships with others and your honor

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"margo martindale" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"margo martindale" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Right wing religious forces in this country are the people we wanted this country to escape both Steinman Schlafly grew up in the Midwest and burn says they had more in common than Schlafly would admit she would travel all over the country leaving her family with help leaving her children fighting for the single that's today's secret about plays that she's the biggest bonus all of them really I would like to thank my husband Fred for letting me come today I love to say that because it irritates the women's lovers more than anything that I say he was a politician and she knew what she could get done Margo Martindale said Schlafly was shrewd she referred to herself as feminine rather than feminist and played the game as well as her opponents I found that fascinating about our smart as a whip but every one of these women smart as a whip I would go about it in the right way Martin Dale plays congresswoman Bella Abzug twentieth to protect the public interest she was loud she was outspoken she was an activist from the moment she came out of her mom as well Tracey Ullman the best selling feminist author Betty for Dan she had a fantastic education then she felt stifled by being a mother with three small children and no opportunity to be in the workplace perhaps the Democrats in this room could refrain from trashing the president at every meeting Elizabeth banks is the lesser known but powerful Republican feminist Jill Ruckelshaus the move it was bipartisan back then yeah an evil rights and human rights should be bipartisan of course that's the goal of it I didn't get anywhere in my life waiting on somebody's permission so what do by place surely Chisholm Congress woman and first African American woman to run for president I knew her as an African American and African American female here out early the black caucus believes that you're going to drop out of the race is that true everybody has been hoping and waiting for me to drop out of since I started seven and a half months ago the battle lines were drawn between those who welcome the E. R. A. as an opportunity and others who saw it as a threat I should have brought another skirt Sarah Paulson plays a composite character called Alice who was a follower Schlafly's and a member of stop ERA you know she couldn't look around and see anyone any woman that sort of confirmed that she had value based on what she wanted which was not to be in the working environment but to be working in her home and taking care of her children get the constitution equally applied this series includes some of the memorable skirmishes Harvard Law School by women until fairly rename on that today as in this uncomfortable TV appearance with Saudi for dad I didn't even think he said nine thirty just name one hi there rose Byrne says Steinem herself seem determined to avoid these spectacles and that was smart enough she didn't want to give her any more at times and she was already having but in the end.

"margo martindale" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

Hollywood Unscripted

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"margo martindale" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

"Up everybody's game but all the while being the most fun hilarious delightful person yeah murderers row of actresses so lucky so lucky to to work with all of them and honestly we all felt really supported by our male actors allies whether it was Ryan. Fleck directing front who's Anna Boden directing partner and an-and Ryan R. E. PS on the series? As well or slattery jealous. I'm trying to think of all the other incredible men that are in the peace and there are a lot of them who supported our ladies. And it's not that often that men step up and say I'm GonNa play the husband or the boyfriend or whatever and we were really fortunate that these extraordinarily talented guys did. Is there a different air onset in that kind of circumstance We had a lot of fun. I mean we also had a mostly female an extremely intersectional writer's room that was very important to Dav into all of us Ryan was our token straight white male. And he got there because Anna. You know you'd have conversations about or being MOMS and there were kids on that but it was just a great group. I mean Emma Asante directed episode three and four Lord Clermont or no who did the terrific Mustang and also the act which was wonderful directed episodes five and six Anna and Ryan came back into seven and nine engine Knicks Bravo did episode eight. So look who doesn't want to just sit and hang out with Margo Martindale. I'm Sarah Paulson and and Tracey Ullman. Dinners Were Fun. And that was fun guy. Everybody was supportive n not to mention Melanie Linski. Who's incredible. She's a wonderful person. I love her aunt. Sarah got to work with both of them and they're the best. They're the best and also funny so it was supportive and an I love Elizabeth Banks. She lives not that far for me and she just hiked up my hill so is able to socially distanced. Say Hello from my driveway. Her and her kids and her husband. It's a fun smart funny hard-working Group. I don't know if the air was different. I think we just had a great group of people. It's nice not to be the only woman that's a great thing too so that was a lot of fun. Do you feel that? There's a difference in the way you approach a film versus a series. I think I look at story for story. Look Television series is a marathon not a sprint. So you do really have to Pay Yourself. You have to be looking at the whole story. They're different challenges. Because we blocked shot episode. Eight was separated out. Because it's really kind of its own thing it takes place at the Houston Women's convention in Nineteen Seventy seven but you definitely have to pay attention to the Ark. All the way through and the actors are really used to that. They're really used to keeping the whole equation in their head. But no I mean I think a lot of the films I made in the ninety s might live on television today sensibility wives and I think that you want hold people's interests no matter what you're doing. Yeah so if you could go back to one moment onset in your entire career what moment would you choose to relive Wow I don't know if I can do that. There's so many on so many films you know. We had so many magical. It's funny I remember all of these really tense like scary moments and maybe it's going back and saying everything's GonNa be okay like when we blew up a candy land people because everyone's so jaded by visual effects. Don't realize that we actually blew up. Gandhi Land Bob in Quentin were in like a little plexiglass box and it exploded and burned so much hotter than we thought it was going to that. I was super worried that the steel on the lights were going to be compromised. That it could have fallen on Bob and Quentin who were under this tiny little plexiglass thing to them laughing and weren't worried at all. It's like my job to worry about them. Or like I think about the night that on Fisher King when we were shooting grand central station. And we didn't have enough money for a choreographer because it meant that every extra would have to be a dancer. We had a thousand extras and I just remember like all night long in grand central station because the extra couldn't even waltz to the Blue Danube because it was too challenging so it was just somebody in a microphone and at one point it might have been me going one two three one or I like I. I remember days like on Gatica when we were doing the close up work on Loren Dean and Ethan swimming out at the end and we were shooting in a pool and we couldn't afford a wave maker and we couldn't afford shit in a tank either and I remember somebody saying to us like if you've got a forklift it would recreate the waves. Well we didn't work day on set and I was lying on my stomach with the kickboard along with like six other people trying to make waves so I just remember these weird moments that you know are magical re. They're the Dan Vanilla Sky when they shut down. No I will tell you that as a moment I would never go back. Live Cameron Crowe. Who is a friend of mine me to act in a party scene mercifully? All of my lines are cut out He gave me like a character name. So it shows up as I'm some character. He gave me the name Raina. I don't exactly know why but MC there also I made this movie. That's not not great called feeling Minnesota and while we were shooting it was like May and it was finally like fifty degrees so I was standing under skyway and talking a Paul Westerberg from the replacements who are favor band of mine when they have a song that's called skyway and I was like standing under a skyway talking to your. I mean you know. They're just goofy things like having Tuesday. Well tell you stories about Elvis and working with Elvis you know in that was great or being with Robin Williams when he's entertaining the whole entire. Croup because you're having problems with the shot or you know making man on the moon where Jim Carey never broke character. He was either Andy Kaufman or Tony Clifton. So I've been really blessed. We had that with Jamie. Where Jamie would sing? Break people up or I'll tell you other horrible days. I don't WanNa go back in time like the day that Leonardo broke the glass and his hand was Kinda blood was running their. He'd already heard his shoulder with those candlesticks. Which you knew how happy they were all my God. Yeah and he didn't and he was rehearsing and he picked it up like it was like a lightweight prop and had already risk something in his shoulder. And I'd already called the orthopedic surgeon that had been helping us on the movie and by the time he cut his hand I was like bring your suture kit. He's on his way over. So it's like it's not that they're bad they're just like you can't imagine that. Despite all of those things the miracle of movie happens like on a everyday was fun but it was freezing in Detroit. It was so cold. I just worked with our script supervisor from that movie again on. Respect the ARETHA Franklin film with the brilliant Jennifer Hudson and by the way I'd go back any day and sit on set and listen to her sing and honestly every day working with the ladies and the men on Mrs America. I miss them. I mean having the show. Come out in the middle of this. It's it's strange not to be able to be with everybody and celebrate. Do with a because there are so many crew members in cast members that you've had to say goodbye because the show must have been. What is your process after you clean it project to sort of mourn the end of it if you will. It's funny that you stop my late mentor. And FIRST BOSS. Debra Hill who? I was super close to and who still give out a scholarship in her name through the PGA. Every year two producers not just producers but to people getting out of graduate school for producing. I used to make fun of her when I was first working for her because she used to clean out and Organiz her garage in an obsessive way after every show but I now understand it because you come home from location was so much junk and you feel really out of control because life has moved on for everybody else. But you've been in a perfect bubble away with like your summer camp friends making something and have these intense emotional experiences. And how do you create order? My kids are always like yeah. Mom's gallons ought to clean up our room whenever she's back from location then on the other hand we were up on top of that mountain. You know at ninety five hundred feet and they call me to find something in their bedroom. Even though they're incredibly participatory and fantastic father.

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"margo martindale" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

Hollywood Unscripted

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"margo martindale" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

"How do you guys Know Each Other? We would power. That's amazing kind of what I was saying about the connection of the Industry Dana. Your work has had an effect on me and feel like this is the connection. I'm talking about people inspiring others lifting each other up coming together because the whole point is where community despite how hard it gets that means a lot to me because we were talking about that gets so hard and stacey. I know you had your own sort of trials and tribulations in regards to the struggle because their struggle is real and there's so many things and ideas in in wants and desires that you have as an individual just off the strength of being a woman. Stacy we kind of WANNA know. How do you survive you do so much? And the industry is so hard. And you do wonderful work howler. What is your formula? I don't have a formula which has not been very helpful for a large portion of my career I never the girl who did ROM coms or chick lit or the action lady or something like that. I guess my superpower is you know no is not an option so sometimes I just have to put something on my back and carry it till it gets made but the other thing is that. If you're going to stick with something for the long haul you have to really believe it. Yeah and you have to really believe in it and love what you're doing you know or really believe in the people that you're backing There were times when we were making Django and remember. We still didn't have the ending. Yeah and you know there were crazy days. Where at lunch is like? Yeah Quentin you're GONNA go with Jamie and Kerry to the Museum of free people of Color. Because member he had reworked the whole ending and he came back in. The shootout was like a week longer than it was going to be. Originally and there wasn't a shootout new original scranton and I think that has in my way of working together is is unique because I pretty much know where he's going just in that kind of mind meld that we've had for many years of friendship and working together so it's not that hard to go out on a limb for him or two says we need to get with it. You know we need to move on and I know there were times. When it seemed like madness to other people. He had to get to that emotionally satisfying ending and find his way into it. Where it was different than the ended inglorious. He always wanted to make something that was about rescuing the princess while also kind of blowing up the metaphorical and literal institution of slavery. I getting to that and the callback between the two of them and him coming together. And how romantic it is. He needed to find his own way. Into what the perfect version for Clinton was it. Sounds like? It's a dance. You have to perform where you trust the magic of the creativity. You also have to put a strong arm on time constraints and the budget in this. How do you dance that dance? Do you ever find yourself having to choose one or the other I that I like to really treat? The filmmaking team is as my partners I don't believe in infantilized people I think we're all in it together and I think that you have to figure out with the filmmaker where the resources are going to go and what's really important and sometimes you have crazy problems that end up giving you better solutions or constraints make you come up with things you never would have thought of like going back to Django. Christoph getting hurt really early on. That's where the truth wagon came from. Wow he wasn't allowed to ride. You know there was no snow and mammoth and we had to pull up stakes and go to Wyoming. And that's how that magical elk sequence happened because there is Alec in Wyoming and Jimmy was able to talk our way into be AL preserve while I remember ceremony for hateful for everything we yes we had native Americans come. We did everything uniform that was also an example of we had to be prepared to do anything. I mean Georgia and bill and I created a shooting schedule out of post. It's that as you remember because you were mostly inside and had to be prepared to shoot on any day where it was sunny. And he did. It was overcast. We went in the stage coach double and if there is snow no matter what day of the week we just kept chewing through the exterior snow stuff that we needed and whether it was a Sunday whether we've been working ten days in a row whatever it was we had to get out of that last thing when the opening shot in the movie with the Cross. I don't know if you remember what happened when the wind knocked over the cross and shattered into like a million pieces and the art department it literally was like a resurrection Not to be sacrilegious on Easter Week Nelson to have had it put back together again to be able to be used because otherwise there is not going to be any more snow for probably another twenty days. You said you guys did a snow ceremony. Is that what you said? Oh yeah we were shooting the same year the revenue was. They were chasing snow all over. It was the driest year. We went telluride because it had predictably had a lot of snow and it was a huge drought year. Do you have anything like that? Maybe quirks or superstitions that you perform on your own before project or during a project or anything like that I don't but maybe I it's funny in China when we started in Hong Kong on contagion. They habit ceremony. Oh really yeah. Actually there's a roast pig. And the producers and director have to cut it from one end to the other so that things go smoothly from the beginning Jan. Oh well yeah I do want to talk about. This is America Mrs America and so on April Fifteenth. This is going to start airing on fx on Hulu. And I just tell us about the show. I'm so excited for it. I am so incredibly said forever. Been Mrs America during the summer before the two thousand sixteen election. I had seen a documentary on. Pbs ABOUT SECOND WAVE. Feminism and in the middle of it there was peace and Phyllis Schlafly the feminists were calling her a woman who lived her life as a feminist and I kind of remembered her from growing up in the seventy S. But I started thinking that this would be an incredible way to tell the story of the fight over the rights amendment and to look at the root of institutionalized misogyny because I saw the show at the same time that I was seeing what was happening to Hillary Rodham Clinton while she was running for president and I thought it would be interesting. Timing is at that time. I thought we were at a historic moment. Where we're going to have our first female president during that fall. It was right around when we were finishing up hateful. I pitched the idea before the election to Dhabi Waller who I'd worked with on a show that she had come up with at AMC they'd Kinda put it together. I really loved working with her and she was so talented and she really sparked to it and had been interested in doing something in the political arena anyway and we sold it right away to Fx. John Landgraf had been Danny Devito Michael. Shamburg my partner. In television. We had Jersey television and then she lost the election and at that point we realized we had to pivot to tell the story of how we got here from there that the backlash to the women's movement was still alive and well and it really became the story of the origin of the culture wars as well as the fight over the will rights amendment and the story of Phyllis Schlafly in the second wave feminists. You've got such a powerhouse female cast in this case you've Cate Blanchett. Elizabeth Banks Rose Byrne Melanie Linski Ouzo Deuba. Sarah Paulson Margo Martindale. Just to name a few NEC Nash. Who Ironically John Landgraf and I worked with on Reno Nine one one which Jersey television made yes having Cate Blanchett come on board to play Phyllis and to be a producer with us was definitely scratching off a winning lottery ticket. Not just because she's the goat and great person but also because everybody on the planet wants to work with her and it's not just because of her extraordinary talent and hard work. I remember John slattery saying for as long as he'd been working he learned so much just from watching her work. Because she really is a proponent of the ten thousand hours she's just always studying and always working under dialect or working on her movement just constantly in it and she.

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"margo martindale" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:47 min | 2 years ago

"margo martindale" Discussed on KGO 810

"G. O. L. O. cafe and the prize is furnished by regal cafe I congratulations juries and prosecutors are obligated all hooked up you can talk about what Tina Butters you like really really while that's really cool yeah so regal cafe I think they have new hours seven days a week now so regal cafe thank you for giving us a full week of some fun stuff and we appreciate you being here and and part of the show I do want to welcome man someone who joins us every Friday to kind of return us to you know fun activities during all of this is Michael side of everyone I'm so excited but now that I've learned about well in the dark toilet paper I'm stocking up for Halloween at that house up the block is gonna look so lovely at midnight I actually I want to get serious about that I got a pandemic fashion tips for you I've been wearing my bandanna wherever I go whenever I go out and I've learned something really cool if you hear your bandanna with a cowboy hat you can get all your groceries for free there is a everything here moves your shopping list and just glare at them and I swear to god it works mask through though you know I was I was walking yesterday and more and more people are wearing the bandannas and then covering up in other ways too and it does have a kind of weird to realize how we react to people's eyes and faces so much I always wave and smile and see what I'm wearing a bandanna or whatever you know you won't see the smile I guess you just have to do the wave you know still awaits actually don't do away with pac bell park but everywhere else is pretty well this has to be a tough day for you I want to get this would be giants opening day wouldn't exactly thank you that's why I brought up the venerable apart by third street and of course I continue to call it like the traditional Siam it's original name Pacific bell park much lovelier than the tiresome oracle AT&T whatever else it's been since then and I'd miss the stuff terribly and you know its we're we're house bound I'm trying to make the best of it for instance my column in the marina times this month is all about vintage comedies it'll get your mind off the stuff the things you can stream online classics like the Monty Python star of some like it hot small Preston Sturges films with the some movies that are really worth revisiting to kind of cheer yourself up a little bit you know and so where can you see some of the older stuff like that that's not on Netflix is it some of it is some of its on the Amazon prime you can sign things if not maybe TCM has a link or so you can certainly purchase some of these classic movies I know a lot of the Preston Sturges stuff is in the criterion collection and it's much less expensive than going out to the movies you can sit down even if you're renting of some of the movies that have been debuting on streaming video you're paying less for the whole family or for your own self to sit there and watch a film than you would if you had to go out and buy the product you know the whole drill you're right you're right I mean it it's so it's saving us money on M. and with the that's the good news the bad news is that you know many of us are losing jobs and also his coat I don't like there is no money yeah I mean it's a it's a price to pay but I hear you I mean that is the site of staying in I was you know I was trying to see the taking of Pelham one two three the original last night trying to see it last night Walter Matthau and is Martin balsam I think is in it too and Robert Shaw it's a really good movie and it was on TCM but I couldn't get them because I don't have the right account thing or whatever but does you know they think so you kinda have to plan because it was going on like I was trying to see in real time and yeah use your algorithms people number one number two and do a little research incidentally if you want a free ride H. B. O. well I guess it H. B. O. dot com is starting a free movie and TV show routine at where you can just watch some classic HBO TV programs catch up to them watch the Warner brothers movies all for free and focus features has free streaming movies on Monday's now at the company's Facebook page a select group of their you know top notch I guess we call them indie films and some foreign stuff and I can't beat the price is right as they say oh that's great that's that's that's really cool what's H. B. O.'s way of trying to hook you in right give me a little candy the CBS all access strictly watch Star Trek the card that you you come for the Star Trek in your space for the good wife whatever happens to be there also there are a few nibbles I'm sorry go ahead buddy no no that's exactly I wanted so that's that's cool I mean those are so those are cool free rides in affect and and what else can we find okay so new movies that are coming we are we were talking about the Jesse Eisenberg film resistance last week were any place Marcel Marceau during World War two hopping orphan kids out of **** occupied France he's also the store along with the the young British actress Imogen Poots booked pretty cold twisted movie that I alluded to last week very it is simultaneously kind of nifty and depressing it mixes sci fi and horror and absurdist teams in a very Monday Monday in setting which is this as yet on populated suburban housing development or all the homes that appear identical the young couples looking to buy a starter home in a real estate agent takes the mature and they're not real crazy about what they see this prefab cookie cutter situation and try to drive back to the city and can't find their way out of the development they are trapped that's a good you know Cajun John Paul Sartre you're the guy who wrote no exit I'm telling you the very end is is kind of a nightmare scenario especially now when all of us are stuck in our own neighborhoods and it's probably the right is a hard Michael what is a psychological thriller what is it's a mix of sci fi and thriller and and a little bit harder because you know it's creepy it's very creepy but in the best possible way directed by someone and working with him again written by Garrett Shanley and starring Arjun Bergen to Xander they're very good in this thing and you know I took it all right something a little more twisted yes a little more twisted than that swallow it the same time something very very you know similar in some ways it's led by this incredibly fine tune performance by young actress Haley Bennett I haven't seen the movies were but she's been a little missing in action but she is wonderful in what is a disturbing desperate housewife type drama with a medical to west do young heroine of this thing played by Haley Bennett pretty recently married in some up and coming businessman husband she seems to have it all expansive new house but there's nothing for her to do in this like mainline prison but cook and clean and wait for help you to come home so I guess they can potentially procreate so she privately starts compulsively swallowing things I know it's strange for her to religious order called Peter and it sounds like you know the Clarion call to a Pokemon on but no this is no fun yeah I mean you won't find me trying to catch a mall anyway but this is a bizarre but really truce the subject is not her story but it it kind of takes off from this actual medical syndrome and it's smart and really compelling it's criminal still making a lot of ways because you start seeing the underlying pressures she has to live up to a certain standard and you know you'll you'll be shuddering at thinking up what she gonna swallow next Omar who was armed with a bizarre subject for a film but I mean as a real it's a real disorder I mean I wasn't aware of it man so I ask you on this one is this a horror movie or is this just a or just drama well think about this a woman trapped in a man's interest in about those are sort of both of these movies play up to some really the goal circumstances and alright alright alright alright I don't really listen to love to go finish strong okay blow blow the man down is this really cool marsh crime comedy set in a small fishing village on the rocky Maine coast and two sisters are burying their mom in in time to take on the family store one will do so one wants to get out of town but something awful happens when the latter goes out to get drunk and meets this creepy guy and there's a big cover up and then you find out that the matriarchs of this town know all the secrets and have a relationship to the mother and the channel madam was also caught up in this you know every small town has approved more Margo Martindale was absolutely great I thought this was sneaky funny really done by two woman team of Daniel Kirby and Bridget savage coal and low demand down was really diverting nothing's ideal while away a weekend evening wow blow the man down very own and swallow and then all that free stuff that Michael told about my car I wish we had more times are we going to wrap up but I we sure appreciate you visiting with us every week and we'll see you next Friday pal yeah all right that's next and we'll try to mop up again in the last few seconds mark Thompson KGO eight ten you're listening.

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"margo martindale" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"margo martindale" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Take a look at the data not gonNA call it a bomb. If She's bound the Guy Dad take off the chains and we'll talk and she got mad to dead body. What's what trays the Asia J? You catch that fucking scattered I. It's a skeleton. I don't WanNa make you kiss a Scott gale bad alright but instead they go they come out and like you know. Mike's very nervous. What what are we GONNA do? Anything doubt fuck can't worry about it and he starts lighting these dudes up with minds in all sorts share. Dude he's just yanking these chains hanes and these lines of explosives are going up. I think it's one of the coolest things I've ever seen a deer hidden fees. It's like world worth it. Yeah it's it's a bit stupid. It's a bit but it is stupid but it's really cool. It reminds you very much of the hard target bit with a Wilford privileged. Ah Do fucking lighting up that building. Yeah so that's what I mean like this whole team is more or less taken out like Dr Butler is getting a couple of them. He's definitely differently like stabbing some dudes in the throat it. There's no neck breaks that this would be as far as I was keeping an eye out for on a single one. Matter of fact I thought there was going to beat. There's one point where he's fighting with somebody and I was like finally is GonNa break this dudes neck and he does classical. He's not neck breaker. He's more of a knife her. Yeah he doesn't he's not shooting and you likes to shoot how we come up with breaking next with Gerard Butler. That was yeah breaks neck in just in his personal life. He just prefers I guns and knives and he'll do mega merger if you got to say about these explosions it's this this scene and the drone seen before it peop- I mean even even though succeed Gi mostly but they've got fucked wire work. These guys are going up in the air. Yes this height on these explosions which I really appreciate it. And Margo Martindale definitely absolutely no. This has happened on the other Holler. You're hearing her before she committed suicide by drinking. Insiders you making our Apapa. Gotcha got cad- police. Now I gotTa leave the House. That's my my favorite line. Perhaps perhaps ever in the history of time my fucking now dude. I WanNa Watch my fucking mountain with Nick Nolte Yup. It's it's like seven brides for seven brothers. It's one hundred eighty minutes of nick. Nolte talk to him so go to it. I go to like I wanNA fucking mountain. Oh l. here on entire Mountain Creek. You want this amount of explosives to yeah okay. Yeah I might not rid the mall to explode Eh. Explosives came with the shack. When he bought you see Gotcha and you might not set it up like a pee? Wee's playhouse type thing where you're just yanking these ropes from exposure. The Secret Wide West Virginia right huddled should connect to like a coal uh-huh. I'm Jami should be in the middle. When he goes the light off that first one I believe what he says all ball young? Yeah the pulls the thing then like he's trying to get drug Butler deponent's where do I do it like. Where's the court or whatever Nick Nolte responses under that pile of leaves leaves obviously Braford nothing but piles of.

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"margo martindale" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"margo martindale" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Take a look at the data not gonNA call it a bomb. If She's bound the Guy Dad take off the chains and we'll talk and she got mad to dead body. What's what trays the Asia J? You catch that fucking scattered I. It's a skeleton. I don't WanNa make you kiss a Scott gale bad alright but instead they go they come out and like you know. Mike's very nervous. What what are we GONNA do? Anything doubt fuck can't worry about it and he starts lighting these dudes up with minds in all sorts share. Dude he's just yanking these chains hanes and these lines of explosives are going up. I think it's one of the coolest things I've ever seen a deer hidden fees. It's like world worth it. Yeah it's it's a bit stupid. It's a bit but it is stupid but it's really cool. It reminds you very much of the hard target bit with a Wilford privileged. Ah Do fucking lighting up that building. Yeah so that's what I mean like this whole team is more or less taken out like Dr Butler is getting a couple of them. He's definitely differently like stabbing some dudes in the throat it. There's no neck breaks that this would be as far as I was keeping an eye out for on a single one. Matter of fact I thought there was going to beat. There's one point where he's fighting with somebody and I was like finally is GonNa break this dudes neck and he does classical. He's not neck breaker. He's more of a knife her. Yeah he doesn't he's not shooting and you likes to shoot how we come up with breaking next with Gerard Butler. That was yeah breaks neck in just in his personal life. He just prefers I guns and knives and he'll do mega merger if you got to say about these explosions it's this this scene and the drone seen before it peop- I mean even even though succeed Gi mostly but they've got fucked wire work. These guys are going up in the air. Yes this height on these explosions which I really appreciate it. And Margo Martindale definitely absolutely no. This has happened on the other Holler. You're hearing her before she committed suicide by drinking. Insiders you making our Apapa. Gotcha got cad- police. Now I gotTa leave the House. That's my my favorite line. Perhaps perhaps ever in the history of time my fucking now dude. I WanNa Watch my fucking mountain with Nick Nolte Yup. It's it's like seven brides for seven brothers. It's one hundred eighty minutes of nick. Nolte talk to him so go to it. I go to like I wanNA fucking mountain. Oh l. here on entire Mountain Creek. You want this amount of explosives to yeah okay. Yeah I might not rid the mall to explode Eh. Explosives came with the shack. When he bought you see Gotcha and you might not set it up like a pee? Wee's playhouse type thing where you're just yanking these ropes from exposure. The Secret Wide West Virginia right huddled should connect to like a coal uh-huh. I'm Jami should be in the middle. When he goes the light off that first one I believe what he says all ball young? Yeah the pulls the thing then like he's trying to get drug Butler deponent's where do I do it like. Where's the court or whatever Nick Nolte responses under that pile of leaves leaves obviously Braford nothing but piles of.

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Margo Martindale, JK Rollings And Remillard Zoe Kravitz discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:15 min | 4 years ago

Margo Martindale, JK Rollings And Remillard Zoe Kravitz discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

"This weekend? Here's your box office preview out this weekend is fantastic beasts crimes and Grindelwald wall. The second film and JK Rollings fantastic beasts series in this installment, the title wizard escapes and reassembles his followers with the goal of wizards and witches ruling over all mortal creatures it's up to Dumbledore and his former student to fight this threat to all of mankind. This fantasy adventure stars Eddie red main Katherine Waterston has Remillard Zoe Kravitz Jude law, and Johnny Depp. Based on a British TV series of the same name as widows and on some Ohio. Phil go ridden by gun rose, Gillian Flynn. The film follows the aftermath of a caper gone bad resulting in the deaths of the four would be thieves. Now, they're widow seek to follow in their footsteps and pull off the perfect crime. Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Colin Farrell, Jacki Weaver, Robert Duvall and William Niessen star. And Mark Wahlberg and rose Byrne team up in the comedy instant family. They play a couple who'd. Decides to adopt but finds themselves as guardians of three unruly siblings. Is they get a crash course in parenting, Margo Martindale. Julie Hagerty and Octavia Spencer also star still in theaters Grinch bohemian rhapsody overlord, the nutcracker in the four realms

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Movies Out This Weekend

Woody and Company

01:25 min | 4 years ago

Movies Out This Weekend

"British TV series of the same name as widows and ensemble heist film. Go written by gun rose, Gillian Flynn. The film follows the aftermath of a caper gone bad resulting in the deaths of the four would be thieves. Now, they're widow seek to follow in their footsteps and pull off the perfect crime. Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Colin Farrell, Jacki Weaver, Robert Duvall and Liam Neeson's star. And Mark Wahlberg and rose Byrne team up in the comedy instant family. They play a couple who decides to adopt but finds themselves as guardians of three unruly siblings. Says they get a crash course. Parenting. Margo Martindale, Julie, Hagerty and caveat Spencer, also star still in theaters are the Grinch bohemian rhapsody overlord, the nutcracker in the four realms and the girl in the spider's web. Plus a star is born. Nobody's Fool venom Halloween and the hate you gift and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio. Hi, I'm Dan Patrick. I drive two hundred miles an hour for a living. So makes sense that I have life insurance. But so many people don't that's just an unnecessary risk. It means leaving your loved ones to suffer financially. If something happens to you. It's a struggle. My family knows as teenagers. Both my parents lost their fathers neither had life insurance. Don't take that risk. Get life insurance for help. Go to life happens dot org. A public service message from the nonprofit life happens radio six ten

Gillian Flynn Margo Martindale Rose Byrne Mark Wahlberg Liam Neeson Viola Davis Jacki Weaver Dan Patrick Michelle Rodriguez Colin Farrell Robert Duvall Hagerty Spencer Julie