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"martin sheen" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Show it was. It was mesmerized. Just for watching in those sage. He just never stopped. And it's just wonderful to see you guys back on the screen together and look. I'm assuming the same thing with bamboo. Same thing happened on the set of Of old school right. there was chaos on all quite as threatening. Fantastic look. look it's great to see as a coach in this film and it's just great. It's a wonderful story. In the way you guys are part of a terrific. Cast in telling the story. I can't wait for everyone to see it in theaters near you starting today. Twelve mighty orphans. Starring in part luke wilson martin sheen. Thanks guys for being on the show. I really appreciate it. Thank you rich really appreciate it. Better thank you for being on again. Luke and martin. I'd love to have you back on. I'll go further down memory lane with as much as your delighted. Thank you. that's friday. You're on the rich eisen show. How fun was that. how about that. That's awesome the engineer. I e and now devan seen each other or very much and they hadn't acted with each other since apocalypse. Now happen. just no no. It's frog emoji. Forty years go by. It's incredible. i just love love love stories like that. let's take a break. We'll come back. Update you on. The united states opened. There is major league baseball. All-star home run derby news and a rivalry sold. It.
"martin sheen" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"The river on that movie. What you're saying. Yeah please go to our youtube stream and seek out that full interview. It's one of our favorites in the last year with scott glen movie star. Movie actor appeared on this program about here more apocalypse. Now talk back on the rich eisen show peacock and radio. This is a great chat Luke wilson and martin sheen in the new sports movie twelve mighty orphans together. Robert duvall is in it as well. Great cast fun stuff. Here's my chat with martin. Sheen and luke wilson throw to have right here on the rich eisen show two jets. That are in film. That is everywhere where there is a theater near you. Twelve mighty orphans in a theater. Starring in part luke wilson martin sheen and both right here together on the rich eisen show. How are you luke and martin. Thank you good to see you guys so martin. I'll i'll start with you What what. What attracted you to this film for you to be part of it. Well it was. It was a pleasure to have been offer of role that i could so easily identify with right off the bat a with dhaka hall then discovered that it was a real character and then the set in one of my favorite periods that the has fascinated maintenance the whole A great depression in the united states in the thirties. show I was disarmed than absolutely In delighted with the offer. And i couldn't wait to get them and look you play rusty russell in this film. Who is the coach who is taking these orphans putting them on the field and creating modern football at the very same time. And i'm wondering how you got prepped. For this role well not always Always been really into. I read a lot of biographies ladder like music biographies. But enough over the years. I'd read a lot of coaches books. And i don't follow like high school basketball but i'd read like a season on the brink of john. Fine feinstein about bobby knight which was just incredible. And then read about john wooden. And then also you know. Good football stuff about darrell royal and so had always been interested in coaches and just you know how they kind of interacted with their players. Just they would have generally an older guy dealing with all these kind of younger characters from different towns and cities and families in just kind of how different coaches approached it. Like you'd have somebody like bobby knight who's kind of a maniac call a tough love. And and then you have. Somebody like john wooden. Who seems like this kind of kindly. Professor who managed to somehow get the most out of these players would have come from different backgrounds him through the tumultuous like in a late sixties in he just kinda managed to get through those times with such success. And yeah. I was just always kind of interested in in coaches and And i never got the chance to play one so yeah it was really exciting. The idea to play something like that and martin. I'm wondering how many sports films you've ever been part of in your illustrious career. Call this a sports film to my kids. That you know charlie your major league in eight-man out in video did the three of The mighty ducks and in this current series. It's on now a about the mighty ducks. No this is the first one. But it's about time it's basically what i guess for you and your family free to catch up you know for For you to get up to speed here and then you know and then it just the thing. I love about A film like this one is obviously the the historical nature of it and just lines like In the film. Where you know you luke or telling a player to line up a few yards behind center. And they're like what do we call this. We'll call you the quarterback like okay and then you know and then we see what what's what's happened obviously since then. I just love the whole evolution. Yeah i mean that's what's be exciting to me as it had me thinking about like you know football site. It's not an ancient sport. You know so these guys were coming up with these kinds of offenses and defenses. And it's like. I can still remember the first time i saw the no huddle offense and it was the same what you know. What are these guys doing it. They haven't had on going straight to the line of scrimmage and Yeah people can kind of revolutionize revolutionized the game with these kinds of different ideas and martin what what would you say is your favorite sports film from history excluding your son's obviously but if there is there any anything that you've watched before war any boy. There were two films that we were very anxious to see one was because i was a caddie united started caddy when i was a boy. So i love golf. I learned to play golf as a caddie and so win follow. The sun came out with ben hogan story. He was my hero. You know roberts. And i'll always watching all of the pros I saw mostly prose of that error. He was the only one that i never saw. Last sneak play sometimes. And and so many of the the the the current champions in the fifties and the late forties but I never saw ben hogan so. I wanted to see that film and that is a is a downside to it and that is if the actor is not good at the sport you know spoils the illusion and doug. Ford wasn't name Who played in you remember. Play now is Glenn ford lead for lately grind. He would cut the him swinging to ben hogan actually swinging from the back. But the tell the yeah. That's a tough swing..
"martin sheen" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Legitimate right from the rich eisen show studio in los angeles jake. Laser said he still wants the rich eisen show earlier on the show. Nba columnist for the athletic sammy. Mix espn nfl analyst. Louis riddick actor ray. Liotta coming holds defensive tat. Gold deforest buckner actors martin sheen and luke wilson. And now you're rich is okay. our number. three of the rich eisen show is on the air. We had ray liotta last hour. Martin sheen and luke wilson will be joining me shortly on this program The film that they are both in together is a new Sports movie that's got kind of touch points. That i think all you folks who love like the the movie rudy out there Which should be everyone. Well i mean you know it's you by and by that i mean that there's a at the very end i saw tool mario a a little guy jumps offsides and his celebrated Wait a minute. I'm being told that is not what twelve mighty orphans is about a man who the reagan do rudy like that there is a it's based on a true story And it's based on a book by jim dent and And i it's about A team the mighty mites a football team from fort worth orphanage during the great depression went from playing without shoes. I mean that's how they were. There were starting that wound up playing for the texas state championship. Fdr caught notice the team. I mean the whole country was talking about it and the coach. The head coach of the team Was an orphan himself and he developed innovative strategies. Like a having somebody play behind the center. Whose job was to throw. It may be run it to call it a quarterback about that and the coaches play by wilson and his assistant is play by martin sheen and in the film is also. Robert duvall and zoomed with these two guys a couple of weeks ago and the contents that conversation coming up shortly and i i asked martin sheen if this was the first movie he's done with robert duvall since apocalypse. Now his answer is something you need here. I'll just leave it at that. Not good east. Sam sam amick of the Of the athletic joins us on this program in our number one talking about everything going on with the dallas mavericks front office and the head. Coaching situation that is now vacant. What a week. It's been for the dallas mavericks crazy if you missed any of that..
"martin sheen" Discussed on The View
"Superstar z way just entered the late night tv world with the new show. That's getting rave reviews and big name guests like the iconic and brutally honest friend liebowitz. Take a look. I'm honored that you you're doing the show but my question is why did you agree to this. Do you know who. I am someone who worked for you. Which incredibly persistent incredibly persistent to the point where this just seemed easier so shout out to the persistence of women of color really any positions. Please welcome the fabulous z way and the very persistent anyway sunny. Ask the first question. yes well last year. You had a very popular very very popular instagram. Live show and it helps you get this new show on showtime. The show has a very different feel than what we what we are used to. Seeing in late night comedy. I think it's absolutely brilliant and fantastic that the bright pink set and the way you dress is a way to set yourself apart. Tell us about that. Sure i think that my show is hyper feminine. It's in stark contrast to what we see as traditional late night spaces. I was sort of socialized to think that if you wanted to be taken seriously as a woman you had to wear blue and glocks a briefcase. And i think that that's inherently sexist. So i wanted to push that idea and we're pink gin fo-for hats and freely pens and just really experiment with what it means to be intellectual and women. I love your show as to your variety show with interviews sketches musical numbers. But you also ask all your guests blunt and uncomfortable questions about race. Where did the idea to do that. Come from what your goal with it. Certainly so i think idea is based on my everyday life. I've grown up as a black woman it in this country all my life have confronted me about race against my will where someone's talking to me about the block friends. And it's like sir. This is a wendy's why are you speaking to me. And so i always wondered. What would it be like if there was a camera in these situations in my show aims to short of china. Line on that. Well your show has been. Interestingly enough met with some criticism a mother of a student at school here in new york city sent an open letter to the board expressing her anger that her daughters history teacher showed the class. The first episode of your show. Which i've seen this mother said that it's racist against white women. How do you respond to people who think you're trying to cancel white women. You know i would invite them to watch the show which is streaming on showtime hulu and with the showtime add on ultimately. I'm not trying to cancel anyone. I'm just trying to have productive conversations. That are thoughtful and funny and really get discussions going so in some ways. It's great dialogue. Honestly now you interviewed new york city may or may oral candidate andrew yang on your show and it went viral after he told you his favorite rapper was jazy and then had trouble naming any of his songs and then went on to say his favorite subway stop was times square. A subway station. New yorkers would never say was their favorite. What did you think about him after this interview. Honestly i think he's an icon. I mean i was so happy to interview him. And i hope that he comes on my show again. What a funny interesting perspective. God bless. yeah so. Let me ask you this because for me i i love the idea of everything. You're doing what where do you see yourself and for years. Are you seeing yourself producing more shows like the one year doing what. What do you see as your future honestly be. You are such a role model to me. So i'm just try aiming to follow in your footsteps. My goal is world domination anyway in of actualize. That's what i'm looking for writing popstar. Whatever but i think you are a beacon of what it means to be a successful woman in this industry. And so i'm always just looking towards you honestly want to manson amazing thing because when i see all these young black women coming up saying here's where i want to be and people look at you like you're crazy. It's not possible and then you show up in a gown. I have to tip my dreads to you girl. I'm tipping my dreads to you. You know also if you. I am seeing who. You're you're sitting with an it's to me. It's magnificent from from a friend. Gloria steinem and why was it important for you to be this diverse ultimately my goal is to get as many perspectives and invite as many different ideas to my show. Because i can't judge. I'm not the judge jury executioner of race relations in america. I'm just hoping to have really fruitful discourses with gloria steinem andrew yang or stacey. Abrams and we have a marietta of guests. So every episode is tuned to whatever your respective tastes are right. Well i just want to say. We're celebrating you as the women here on view i speak for us was celebrating. You and everything. You're striving for will very proud very proud and we want to say thanks. Come back anytime. Thank you so much. Also add the view is a blueprint for my show. The way that you guys edit edit the show and cut the different discussions on as a huge influence for me. So thank you for having me honestly. So we're going to tell folks all episodes you can roll that beautiful thing right now. All episodes of z way streaming now on showtime and we. Of course we'll be right back. Yes.
"martin sheen" Discussed on The View
"A look. You can't ramp up and put your opponent in a headlock like an author murray dance. Pledge it ain't funny funny. Took what the hell hardy cuban quicker me all right son. You're okay hey doc. Check him out. You know moves got get your bell rung. Please welcome back the amazing wonderful martin. Sheen joy has the first stab wonderful. Here we're gonna get to the we're going to get to the new movie and a minute. Let's just talk about something so nice you and your wife. Janet are celebrating sixty years of marriage this year. That's that's great. I mean you've said in the past that you were fortunate enough to to marry the quote the scariest woman you've ever met. So is that the secret to happy marriage to marry someone who scares you. Think if you if you want to a late an honest life and really become yourself. you're on a self. I think you have to marry an honest partner and I was fortunate enough to to have her. Pick me it really. I you know it takes and you grow and and and you become you become partners and lovers on a totally different level as you as you mature. And that's i think that's the most satisfying of of a relationship. The mush satisfying thing. Yes i'm very lucky. Your name is janet and We yeah we married december twenty third nine hundred sixty one. We met a year earlier and and then decided to get married in new york city sunny and you remember that date best. That's that's really key now was good. There was a snowstorm that night. I was playing at the living theatre and the show was canceled because The players outnumbered the audience which is an equity rule. You don't have to play that night. I think we have twelve players and three in the audience so they they cancelled it. That night was a historic snowstorm blanketed the city and nothing moved and that was the night of the french connection. Ask you this. Because you're known for your acting as well as your activism and it's been said that your rap sheet is almost as long as your film credits because you've been arrested. I'm learning about seventy times for protesting and acts of civil disobedience on just a whole host of issues. John lewis used to call that getting into good trouble. Why is so important for you to get into trouble and will there be more good trouble arrests in your future. Well i you know that all depends on acid. It's not getting any easier to go to a demonstration. Show up. I will say that my colleague and one of my heroes jane fonda. We've just out last week up. In minnesota opposing the the pipeline and shakes doesn't slow down. You showed a picture in washington last of the fire drill where i've participated with some of the folks from Gration frankie but. Jane is is Still out there and she's a just a little bit older than i am so i. I don't have any complaints. But yeah i look forward to The standing up and saying what needs to be said in places where it doesn't often get hurt so yeah well mr. Shane fans are going to revolt. If we don't ask you about your iconic role as president jed bartlett on the west wing the show wrapped in two thousand six yet. It's still so incredibly popular today. And many people turned to comfort watching it during the trump administration. Why do you think the show is had so much staying power and wiser so much reverence and nostalgia for the west wing. Well i think the major credit ghost aaron sorkin who has his pulse on the national agenda and nearly all of the story. I mean we did one hundred fifty four episodes but nearly all of them were were marinated in real stories and we had people from administrations going back to the eisenhower days and so they took real incidences and and koch them in. Our show is a fictional president of course but it had a parallel universe. we like to say that we were the administration that people would have preferred At south you know. But i i think it's resonates today. Of course you know. It's about a president who was concerned about human rights who you know spoke very very clearly to the opposition but didn't diminish them in any any way Had a great heart had a family That he did that. He adored. He was a reflection of a couple of president in my lifetime. That were reported. Good examples starting with With the John kennedy going to jimmy carter. Of course bill clinton show. I think the character was pretty much a composite of those three guys. No coincidence they were all democrats. Your new film twelve mighty orphans is the feel good film. We all need right now. It's based on the true story and you say this film had a deeply personal appeal for you. Explain what you mean by that. Well i play a guy who is the physician of the orphanage. The orphanage was a masonic home in fort worth tax and the depression at the the place where we filmed it was in weatherford texas out west texas In home they're called the texas pithy and home. It's a it's a a a a an ongoing orphanage it still. There is a magnificent structure in the film and they allowed us to film inside and outside. So you'll see a very close proximity to the era in the nineteen thirties during the depression. But the guy that i played Had lost his wife during childbirth and he stayed at the orphanage the rest of his life And never took a salary. He considered the orphans his children he was also a heavy drinker eggs and alcohol and had not reached texas yet it was only invaded in nineteen. Thirty four so He he had a problem. But throughout the film you get a sense of his coming to grips with it. And luke wilson. Who's just magnificent playing this real character. Rusty russell says to him one time that the best example. We have to give our children of those that we are in charge of is our own behavior and so he got me to stop drinking. the character. doc hall is his name. All the characters are based on real characters and the incident is a real incident. And it's a great inspiration at lot of the kids came from the area where we filmed many of them were were not Actors never been on a movie set before and they They many of them didn't even know how to play football so they really brought a community together. And that's thanks to tie. Roberts the the director did i mention that. It's the texas pithy and home in weather for texas ryan. I want to get out to a family who looked after us while we were there map to anderson and his family right next door neighbor. Mad is a police officer on idea is protective in and fort worth texas. Show we. They made us feel at home. And and i'm very grateful to the people of texas and we want to tell everybody. I to martin sheen okay. The new film is called twelve mighty orphans where he also reunites with robert. Duvall it opens in theaters tomorrow. And we of course will be right back..
"martin sheen" Discussed on The View
"We go into talk into sunny. I want to apologize because i was rude. I didn't need to say what i said. I apologize because that's not the way. I want to behave at work. So i apologize. I apologize to call so now. We're gonna get away from us and go to sonny who got to say nothing at all. So sonny what do you think about what rachel scott and and the exchange with caitlin collins when you saw it. What was your feeling well. First of all. I was really thrilled to see two women. Reporters journalists asking tough questions. I think it hearkens back to helen. Thomas who was the first. I believe female white house correspondent and who was called the dean of the press corps. You know when. I was starting out in college and studying journalism. What did i to do. I wanted to be a white house. Correspondent because of people like helen thomas and so it was really heartening to see two women asking these tough questions especially rachel scott who is asking president. Putin a really really cogent and tough question and important question which he of course dodged and went into this. What about 'isms In terms of kaitlan collins she is. I think twenty nine the youngest one of the youngest white house. Correspondents chief white house correspondents in media history. And i think that's an important role. She's broken some ceiling. She came from the daily caller tucker carlson's online website. That's where she got her training as a white house correspondent and then an entertainment reporter joint cnn from there and so she's had quite an ascent in terms of being a white house correspondent but her question mischaracterized. Joe biden's comments. She asked him question a question about whether or not he was confident. Why are you so confident. Putin will change his behavior. Mr president joe biden never said that and so that sort of is journalism one one. You can't mischaracterize someone's words especially not the president. But joe biden overreacted. He shouldn't have reacted that way. I think he cussed as well in response and that is conduct unbecoming of the office. And i know people wanna say well. This is joe but uncle. Joe is now the president of the united states and while that was a really long trip. Eight eight day trip on foreign soil. He is older. I'm sure he was exhausted. He has to maintain the temperament of the president of the united states. So i was. I was disappointed that he reacted that way. But i'm pleased that he apologized something that you don't see haven't seen in the past four years so that's just my take off right. That's a good take and we're going to take away. That's how we do. We'll be right back. Welcome back lingerie.
"martin sheen" Discussed on The View
"Why are you confident. He'll change his behavior. Mr president what you do so under show was what i said straight. I said we'll case for behavior. Is the rest of the world relaxed. The world denied any involvement in cybercash like human rights abuses views to say unless you knew all his name. So how does that count to the constructed knee as you don't understand that leonard biden apologized to her for being quote a wise guy with his answer. But you know. What did you make of that exchange. So i personally but it's not just joe biden. You know he's the one you'd get off off. Mike set up so it didn't surprise me but did it surprise you now. I mean you know. He's old at this point like me and we get testy all right. And but that that rachel scott gave putin a tutorial on what the free press looks like didn't shea extending didn't he go into what aboutism continuously. What that moment was. But i would just like to take us down. Memory lane for a second in terms of responding to the press to abby philip trump said. What a stupid question you asked. What a stupid question. And i watch you a lot. Any west golota stupid questions to jeremy. Diamond at cnn. He said you don't have the brains you were born with. Okay you know. This is a very interesting time. We're living in brighton. I think is striking the right note cautious optimism. He's dealing with a country and the dictator first of all. He's dealing with a country that has the gdp of italy which is not. It's not that big but the differences. That italy does not have a nuclear weapon and russia dies and so we have to be very careful about what's going on in this particular time that we're in you know you and i we all lived during the cold. War was very very tricky. I lived through the years when they were nuclear weapons facing the the united states from cuba and we were worried. If we're all going to go up. Because i mean this a very very serious times and i think that joe biden is the man of the moment and yes. He turned on caitlyn collins. Fine for a moment and then he apologized. He's such a nice guy he apologized. Did you ever once here. Trump apologized to a reporter. Now once now right so some. Sarah would you think of rachel scott really sort of stick stick in the real question to putin bravo that the way that play dow was journalism at its best i. It kind of speaks to on the heels of the former administration. Kind of picking a war with the media. The media is the enemy of the people. It's fake news. it's this it's that. This showed the importance of that fourth estate though the watchdog of holding people accountable and the juxtaposition of an autocrat looking at a press member as she says. What are you scared of thinking you and asking those questions because you know as she did this you. The bravery her eloquence in asking that question but then pushing back when he dodged it. I just thought to see someone that in his country you could be killed or beaten for what she and i think it showcases and it's a nice reminder to people that have beefs with the media that that is a privilege to have our media on to be able to have free speech so many of these things that you could be shutdown imprisoned or killed four and to see that i just say you know it was not only kind of brave but perfectly executed and rachel scott well-done right megan to the the the moment surprise you either one the regional scott wine. It's i mean you have to imagine what it's like being in a foreign country and talking to one of the worst human rights. Violators dictators in the entire world. That takes guts. And i'm really proud of her and i you know just working at abc. And i think that is an incredible quite frankly career defining moment for her so on that note like well done and please do me a favor. Put her in front of more people in power in this country because this is a woman that can ask a question and so can kaitlan collins. And i think part of my problem with the kaitlan collins moment is that just because drunk trump was so bad. It doesn't absolve biden's bad behavior. Would he just did was one hundred percent trumpy. And i think i would just like a little intellectual consistency. If trump done that we would be screaming at the top our lungs in in one way or another. And i just think that i have heard many people in this town in dc. Talking to the press is getting sick of this of how sort of censored he is who he can and cannot talk to you and then spouting off at her in a way that i found not only unbecoming in ridiculous but to do it in a foreign country in that kind of forum particularly bizarre and then afterward after he apologized he went on air force one and continue to talk smack saying you guys never give me any levity you guys always want to be so negative. Well it's the press's job to speak truth to power and just because biden has gotten a pass so far which he has and continues to do it is in no one's best interest to treat him like it state tv and has sarah pointed out that is the biggest difference between us and russia. Yes well. I just comment on that. Yeah the thing that. I never saw trump do as apologize to anybody and i will take it when you know because we're all that i don't. I just wanted to just finished. What i'm saying by. He's apologizing he just embarrassed him. I don't care. I don't care if you go to go well then good megan then you can be how you always are. We'll be right. you always are.
"martin sheen" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast
"You don't see the dietary laws anymore or the civil laws that were laws instituted to the people of israel. Those are no longer for us today but clearly then you can see what is for us today in what the new testament teaches and it's a beautiful thing and that's why it's easy to see this when you know the storyline but this this is. What's the madness. there's too high. I keep saying this is madness like the classic west wing little clip about the bible. If you type in youtube west wing bible. You'll see this twenty years one was on. Tv for those is a tv program. Ten years ago or something like that. Yeah yeah it's still popular You know watching the repeats of it but it was a it was a globe award winning tv show and they have the one classic episode. Where a the president walks in martin sheen and then. He's kind of like quoting bible verses to a christian radio show host and then she doesn't know how to answer and he's talks about selling your daughter into slavery and don't touch the dead skin of a dead pig right and then he said and then he mocks her and he says you know so that means. We can't play football because of the pigskin right. Thank you this. This made it through the scriptwriters this made it through the actors and actresses like talking it all through then they filmed it and then no one caught that. That's an absolutely ridiculous thing to say. Not only because of the bible verse like touching. The skin of a dead pig isn't applicable in our culture today because of jesus and the law. That's a law. That does not mean any is not for us to practice today. But then the whole pigs. Skin thing the football's football's or not native pigskins and i was a nickname. The about a pig bladder that they used to put deer skin on back in europe and then it got a nickname and football's or not made of pig skin. How did that not make. How did they not recognize. What an observe thing to say. It's.
'The West Wing' enlists big names for its When We All Vote reunion special
"Thanks. I'm a big fan of Aaron Sorkin and tell us why This is a good time for me in television, because I like him so much. He absolutely if you didn't watch it yesterday, a cz, always with streaming. You can watch it at your leisure. But yesterday they dropped on HBO, Max. Ah, Special reunion of the West Wing cast is probably his most legendary TV show The West Wing and gathered almost everybody from the cast for Martin Sheen and Allison Janney and Rob Lowe and so forth. To recreate an episode from one of the early seasons as a theatrical staged event in an empty theater, But they filmed it like it was a play and it was in that shifted from scene to scene and it was really cleverly done, but also just reminded you how Wonderful that Siri's wass and how inspirational it was, even though it was about politics. So if the dueling if the dueling town halls and so you may be this would've last night, but it's still out there, but even more so today, Netflix drops another Aaron Sorkin project. Which he wrote and directed. It's called the Trial of the Chicago Seven, and it goes back to the sixties, when those counterculture figures Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin and Tom Hayden and Bobby Seale and others were put on trial for inciting the riots that disrupted the 1968 Democratic convention. It was a big media circus, and this film looks like it's got it all and including a terrific cast, including two Emmy winners from this season. Jeremy strong from succession and one of the stars of watchman job doing the team. They're playing two of the defendants. You also have frankly, Angela's The judge and Michael Keaton's in there. Sasha Baron Cohen's in there. Doing dramatic bit, and it just sounds like again. Aaron Sorkin is knows his way around a courtroom. If you remember his very first big hit was a few good men. So if you like Aaron Sorkin style you've got two choices was like a double whammy of Aaron Sorkin this week. Now? Yeah, I once interviewed Jerry Rubin, a za journalism student at Penn State, and he was in the Rolfing, which is when you beat yourself up physical. Just one strange cat, man. I got to say yes. I have a feeling that would be a fun one to watch. Yeah. Will be S O on Sunday. You got something? The
"martin sheen" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"It at the end of the show didn't end the way you wanted it. It was just sweep. It was nice. It was nice. We kind of knew. I think of you. What did you watch the show and I want to show nobody. If you watch the show, then you sort of you had to know that. That would happen. That would happen happen means kind of like you saw coming from the beginning. Almost. You know, if I tell and I'm not telling you, this is what happened. I'm not saying that's what happened. But if I do it if you're watching a show in the first couple of episodes were about somebody who falls from grace. How would you expect it to end? Oh, they're in a triumph. Like how I met your mother. And then she meets the mama the end. D'oh! D'oh! D'oh! Now the first couple seasons. I thought I wasn't It wasn't it wasn't getting it. They were funny, but they well, I didn't. I don't know. I didn't understand the I didn't get it. I don't understand the hysteria, you know, But then people like stick with it and then 3456 Then they start to really work on like developing these sort of character roles and that the character was really about me like the storyline of these characters, and you still don't know. And then um Daniel Levy, Eugene son is amazing on the show. He's amazing, and I tweeted him and he like it like light tweet, which was a big deal for me, and then you pulled your Let's be best friends. Wouldn't he didn't classic Friday movie hasn't gone for that. I actually want to be best friends with him, though. Like I know you get friend crushes. I get frightened. I do get friend crushes and the guy who plays his boyfriend. I'm not sure which is not. This is not surprising. I just was. I mean, I don't happen till the time. The guy who played his boyfriend of show is this straight, dude. They make out all the time. So yeah, Kind of like a grace and Frankie with Martin Sheen and the guy from law and order there a couple and they make out all the time. Yeah, I mean, you know, whatever. I just it sort of really sold. It seemed.
A little extra Time
"Welcome to catch myths and mysteries. Shyam your host kid chrome with everybody shelter in place. I thought it might be interesting to talk about time travel and with that in. Mind the paradox of time on time. Paradoxes any logical contradiction that has to do with time travel. The Classic Paradox Time Falls into the classic grandfather paradox. The grandfather paradox who's usually the screenplay turn novel then movie where the U. S. Nimitz is caught in a storm of thrush and back in time to December sixth nineteen forty one. The dilemma is what the crew knows. What's going to happen? But the grandfather paradox of time gets in the way when the past is changed. It creates a contradiction. The time traveller could do anything that did happen but can't do anything that didn't well an aircraft carrier the size of the Nimitz didn't exist back in nineteen forty one so anything they could have done would have altered the future in a big way. Fortunately the storm that sent them back in time reappeared and brought them back to their time before they could decide what to do for a little more detail watch the movie. The final countdown. I think it came out in the nineteen eighties. Should you can listen to Martin. Sheen explained the grandfather paradox. To Kirk Douglas. The topic of time travel bags of big question. How would travelers go forward or back in time? H She wells painted a picture of a time machine with his book. The time machine. It was simply a vehicle for going forward or back with little regard to the visitors passed or impact on the future or past for the past for that matter that then we have screenwriter Richard. Matheson who wrote somewhere in time and takes the issue of time travel to a new level in the movie. Christopher Reeves is a young theater students celebrating the success of his latest production when the party is interrupted by an elderly woman who break Suda crowd of well-wishers Impresa lock into his hand Luxembourg. The says come back to me long story short. He traces Salak at back. To a stage. Actress of Nineteen twelve and her summer retreat that has been restored to pristine nineteen twelve decor. He buys clothes from the era right down to the socks. He wears a pocket wash from that era than rents a room and focuses on all things nineteen twelve and remember. He's surrounded in a room and a facility that is all nineteen twelve and ZAP when he ventures back out into the hall so hours later it is indeed nine thousand nine hundred twelve and elderly woman is there and a romance began one day. It is raining so they decided to have a picnic and Gorse at some point. She asked the time when he pulls out the pocket. Watch a penny from nineteen. Eighty comes out with it and the spell is broken. Well all this talk of time. Travel's seems a stuff of fiction. The what about Deja Vu? The feeling that you've been there before or met that person before done that thing before could it be that you've visited another time and have a flash memory of the person you met. L. Let's bring it home. The was the last time that a day week or month just seemed to Fi- yet your routine hadn't changed. I can remember going to the gym a specific time day or I would meet a friend. We always did the same routine but after a year or so. We noticed that we were finished sooner than before our next meeting. We TIMED ISH. Exercise routine and the gaps between each workout. The Times were always the same yet. We would finish at different times out of that work at one meeting. We had to stop and re park our cars yet. We completed our usual routine at the same time we had established and still finished early. Not Time travel but perhaps time slip. The Earth spins at Specific Rate. Plants grow in predictable period of time. Are we humans of variable our perception of time altered for seemingly? No reason when I was in grammar school failed to complete my homework. I could still hear my teacher telling me that we all had the same twenty four hours in the day but do we. The world's most accurate clock has neatly shown how right Albert Einstein was a hundred years ago when he proposed that time is a relative concept and the higher you live above sea level. The faster you should age. Einstein's theory of relativity states at time and space are not as constant as everyday life would
'Grace and Frankie' season 6 is coming to Netflix tonight
"Grace and Frankie season six final season six seasons yeah wow they're short seasons okay of the the Martin short not Martin short Martin Sheen sheen's only funny because Martin short and Martin Sheen partially other Jane Fonda lily Tomlin and is Martin sheen's boyfriend Martin sheen's boyfriend I always forget actor is he's a good actor
Joaquin Phoenix calls out 'meat and dairy industry' at Jane Fonda's climate protest before arrest
"Several celebrities joining you Jane Fonda in the rally for climate change yesterday in Washington DC and they got arrested Jane Fonda's fire drill Friday protests drew some new big stars Joaquin Phoenix Martin Sheen Maggie Gyllenhaal and Susan Sarandon all join the star to talk about the meat and dairy industries and climate change Phoenix was even arrested and addressed the crowd before his arrest I think sometimes we wonder what can we do in this in this fight against climate change and there's something that you can do today right now and tomorrow by making a choice about what you consume Fonda has been hosting weekly climate change protests in Washington since October yesterday was her last before she returns to Los
"martin sheen" Discussed on 710 WOR
"What what what why don't care about the sheen of my hair what do I care about the sheen but sheen yeah right Martin Sheen it would have we'll surely she I will I wish I had that led Bergman she more of an issue with this than men yeah but you have longer hair so can get all greasy oily and icky well there's a thing called dry shampoo that you can use I've never heard dry shampoo that either what's try him again all right dry shampoo work you use it without water that's better and if you could sprayed in in a kind of cleans up your hair anybody tried yeah it's like this in our song you spray it in and you kind of know it into your hair and it takes if there's oil or is it just it tries at all when you do that every day what you could do it a couple times a week in between actually watching your hair so you can try I can't believe we discuss it would you like is this something you get at the dry bar dry shampoo target you get in a supermarket anywhere cells dry shampoo Michael quick South Pacific about a wash that man right out and right tell you all of our secrets of great Natalie remember we we're telling our supermarket secrets we are saying about that when I do the same thing we we go outside well that's too we park intentionally near the place that little corral where the carts go bad Shorea so it's a short you go to your car you have the the groceries at the corral is right there you know like a walking to find it well I would always just leave the cart right in the parking anyway all right yeah so and Brian Arkansas they arrested Alessi Mar Hanka for.
"martin sheen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Martin Sheen Holtz's talking with us on our program on the fan good morning everybody this Bob Salter as we move into the sim second part of our discussion with you Martin when you look at and one thing to talk about in your book which deals with talking about the idea of utopia you look at the concept of learning and education I'm curious for the benefit of folks listening to us how would you see that kind of playing out and would schooling in utopia Martin bear any resemblance to what we imagine or what we view as schooling today not a whole lot of resemblance and that that's because we as children of course as young children kind of before we go to school love to learn and are curious and intensely curious about the world and we don't have to have anyone making us learn how to speak a language or to inquire about the world and I think one of the saddest thing is that we take that very human propensity to learn and we start to require that to be engaged in and yeah anytime you compel something from someone it almost always reduces the the joy that you can feel from at I remember one student saying she loves to read history books but the men that are professors finds a history book to her Casey finds of the burden and I think we all can relate to that I I sometimes say to my students imagine that whatever it is that you like to do if you like going to the movies are like going to the beach if I said okay this weekend you have to go to the beach and you have to go to the movies so suddenly would become unpleasant activities and so it's the the coal worsened and the anxiety that goes along with that that's in some months of school in which all of us who teach can see and unfortunately can see increasing that we need to question the nature of school so the bottom line for me is that school like work should be pleasurable and there's no reason that the pleasure of school shouldn't be the central purpose of schooling we unfortunately attach a negative connotation the pleasure the same way that we attach a negative connotation utopia and yet we shouldn't pleasure and happiness are what we all strive for and learning is the central human desire very central and not one just limited to children and so schools should be pleasurable pleasure but should be essential function of schools and schooling should be for all ages and so that's the kind of summary of some of the changes that I would make in schooling universal education would that be part of what you would like to see I'd like to see it provided to everyone and I know this is going to be a provocative statement at some ways I wouldn't like to see it compelled in the same way that it is I'd like to see an absence of grading and tasks and all of the things that students this like and I know that there will be listeners will say well if you don't require it no one will go to school but that's actually not true I worked in an area of China and the mountains the second time that I did my China research where kids were often not able to go to school because they live in the high mountains this is an ethnic minority group in China and I remember hearing so often stories from kids saying that they would beg their parents to go to school that they had seen the school rooms down the mountain and they talked with such enthusiasm about their desire to learn and buy it not being compelled and by their actually being told by their parents you can't and shouldn't go to school because it's dangerous to get there the kids of course had a great desire to go to school and I want remember one young man who had started at seven going to school because he begged his parents to go and enjoyed it and appreciated the it the whole way another aspect of many people's lives work yes this whole for lack of a better term dichotomy between work and play how do you see that playing out and let me just mention to for the benefit of a base just joining us in discussion we're talking with Martin Sheen holes Martin is an anthropologist on the faculty of Appalachian state university and he's talking with us about his latest book entitled work love and learning in utopia equality re imagine yes so work first this play well that's division that we establish in society rather artificially because as I said a minute ago things that are play we can turn into work things that our work under the right conditions we can see as being joyful and playful and we create that division because we have a moral paint to the idea of playing we see it as something that's fun but not virtuous and oftentimes snow that we should feel guilty if work quote unquote playing and not doing our quote unquote work and I think that division is a really unfortunate one because we all know how much it divides us and pulls us in different directions between wanting to be productive and virtuous and yet also wanting to enjoy ourselves and there's no reason that that has to be the case work became odious to us are they because the Puritans attached a moral virtue to it but a moral virtue as long as it was seen as a sacrifice and so the puritanical tradition that people refer to in America is one that disparages pleasure and play and elevates work and that's a historical creation of the division that doesn't need to exist Hey and they wouldn't exist if work worn coerced and war given that kind of artificial elevation precisely because it's not pleasurable if work and play were both engaged and equally then we could record both of them equal value I think it's really sad that so many things to do people do with such joy and such engagement as what we often referred to as hobbies are play are things that we ourselves and other people denigrate anything in a voluntary choir and in New York City were really great and yet the fact that were volunteers and and not paid means that we don't attract the attention of other people to us by definition because were not workers and that's unfortunate because lots of times amateurs are as good if not better than some professionals but you know we live in a society where everything or skews me not everything but and many things are valued because of their quote unquote worth in that worth is tied to dollars and cents yeah I guess it is how do we in utopia how would we get past that and would there even be basically a need for money I really would like to see money disappear and so one of my proposals in utopia is that money as an instrument of exchange as an instrument of the storage of wealth be eliminated and I know that's also a provocative suggestion but if you look at humans there are so many things that we do without having to be paid that are really really productive and creative an important one being parenting in very very hard activity of course I don't have to tell anyone that and yet it's something that we're not paid to do and there I think there's a certain blindness among us to so many of the things that people do without being paid so many very very important things that we don't realize that people will engage in things and you know we'll look at it if you see someone engaging in a kind of charity they can do it with great gusto without being paid so money money's creates all kinds of funny distortions to add that the two thousand and eight recession was created out of macro economic conditions that I don't fully understand and only economists can explain and what's strange about it is that money in a market economy are supposed to be good at matching supply and demand and yet the demand that existed after two thousand in a crash with the same as the demand before and yet the the the supply and demand were out of whack and so so many good were thrown out of work for no real reason and when I say no real reason what I mean is that the needs of people and the ability of the world to meet those needs with the same before the crash as it or rather after the crash with the same as before the crash and yet the crash happened and led to this huge dislocation why it doesn't need to happen the book is work love and learning in utopia we are in a discussion that I hope you are finding interesting I have always been intrigued by the concept of the utopia and that's why I'm sort of picking at the bringing of Martin Sheen holds who's the author of this book and our guest in this portion of our program another guest will join us before we finish our six o'clock hour of our program Martin is shared so many areas and in our lives other things that I want to touch upon as we continue in this discussion the Sunday morning nothing feels better on a hot.
"martin sheen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Grates on whether my term homeless tended to gather your Martin Sheen when kicked them off so that he could sleep on the store great art your shawl solidarity with the homeless homeless guys over there freezing your **** off while Martin Sheen sleeping on the sewer grate and and Mitch Snider was within the took home a census because there was a few of these people running around claiming that were three million homeless there were never anything of the sort three million people homeless so they were gonna take a centrist approve and they ran into the same problem the homeless did not want to be counted for any number of reasons now you may not I heard this but there is and I can't attest to V. authenticity of this so I don't know if this is an actual campaign that people were running or if it's just an idea but somebody came up with the idea of that force for example California one of the reasons you take the census is for political reasons to find how many people live there is there for how many state you know what kind of benefits the state on again calculate the the combined taxes paid by the state verses what comes back to them in the form of benefits and with California being overly well armed with ill legal immigrants one of the ways to de emphasize is the power of California is for Republicans in California to refuel was to take the census to go ahead and enter because the Democrats are gonna make sure the homeless the out of the sorry the illegals that the Democrats in California are going to find a way to make them counted and they gonna find a way to make them count as citizens I guarantee empty and so the the idea here is for Republicans in California who don't matter politically don't take that would reduce the count the population of California which might then have a negative or deleterious effect on political power in California as I say I don't know if this is an actual campaign it be kind of a reverse operation chaos I don't you just an idea or somebody's actually implemented this and is trying to make it happen gotta go all be back after.
"martin sheen" Discussed on WCPT 820
"One of the very first blog posts, I ever wrote was a post pitching, the idea of Martin sheen for president. I was really into the west wing was really deeply in Scots. Yes. Theory, put on our own our own quality TV show with facts. And good writing. As a as a second choice, they'll take Elizabeth Warren. Yeah. There you go. All right, love you buff Ceska above Ceska show on the sexy, liberal podcast network. You just east testicle Nicole. Yeah. Yes. And you can subscribe at apple podcasts or wherever you get your indeed fifty one minutes after the hour. This portion of the show brought to you by Travis bones, and perhaps my mom's blink home security. What's hopefully? You a goodbye mummy? You went to Fresno. Yes and put in mom's, I'm a bone splint home security, you worry because she lives alone. I worry my mom lives alone and she's old. Yeah. My the the dogs. Okay. The video tastic the blink camera. Yeah. I it what do you call it? You can. It's like you're always home. My right. Drones everywhere. Yeah. Blink motion activated. Indoor cameras and outdoor cameras. I was holding my hand like this. That was my smartphone. I realize you can't see on the radio holding it. Okay. Blink. Motion activated indoor outdoor cameras wire free set of minutes. Run onto lithium batteries, the last two years. And when you're away, blinks feet option lets you monitor your home or your conspiring. Your parents Travis are able to relive are rebellious, teenage years, exactly spun Aena. Mom. Who's getting even now? Okay. See, when that strange man comes in Knoxville door. Yes. My mom. Okay. Everybody, you know, brush up on your Butch voices. Okay. When you're stretching monitor your home ticket, and your kids, your pets from anywhere using your blink smartphone app. No contracts. Totally affordable. In fact, lynxes started just seventy nine ninety.
"martin sheen" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It's just they know they can't raise the taxes anymore on you. It's too high. You'll go nuts. So this is what they're doing. They just gonna congestion price you that's the new taxes. They'll tax you for moving. Thing. That's the way it is. Can't raise your property. Oh, you wanna go somewhere? Sorry. It's a dollar a mile gonna go somewhere this jeopardy guy still winning him. Let's see if I can answer any of these documentary hearts of darkness has extended footage of Martin Sheen's unscripted hotel room breakdown from this film. I don't know what he's talking about scripted Martin sheen. What other film that the Vietnam film? No, what was it called? Oh. A. Told me FOX now. Okay. I cheated. He told me let me see game. There's Apocalypse Now. Oh, well, I was kind of on the right track there in two thousand fifteen funny or die had a picture of a storefront. Sign of this tech chain. Many letters were Fritz doubt, but addio remained. No tech chain stores radio radio shack. Oh, what does radio shack? Yep. A dialysis section at the site for the AK f-. Oh, my God already. I got. Was he talking to us an easy one or American this fund recommends a diet limiting potassium and sodium? Can he he's kidding? Well, I think it's a kidney foundation James kidney kidney, correct? A K F. What am I doogie howser? Who watches this show? Watch entertainment tonight or something else while it's they got a king of queens reruns. I'd rather see that. I'd probably choose that too. Yeah. Anyway, check out the webpage Joe Biden. I think he's going to announce next week or the week after but we got more stuff coming on him. How about his history of racist comments? Take a look at this montage all cut together. Also game of thrones man and forget to watch this video game of Trump's it's much better game of Trump's. Oh. And also watch this collage of fake news watch how wrong they were about Michael Nadi. What's all these anchors? Tell you. How great is how smart he is wonderfully is it's all up in the web page. Go to seven ten W O, R dot com slash Mark seven ten W O, R dot com slash Mark..
"martin sheen" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It. So here we picked out a couple of. Answers. So they give the answers that we have to give it the form of how you play jeopardy. Never knew. All right. So here is answered but we picked out three. Okay. We have not heard these these last not googling our God. Get him. Right. I guess soon. The guy got them. Right. He did. That's why he won. Well. We got some wrong yet final jeopardy wrong the other day. Oh, okay. Here's here's answering number one documentary. Hearts of darkness has extended footage of Martin Sheen's unscripted hotel room breakdown from this film. Oh, I know what is pockets now James now. Yes. One one. Do nothing land getting enough. Absolutely crushed. You didn't know that know, how could you not know? Okay. Fifteen funny or die had a picture of a storefront. Sign of this tech chain. Many letters were Fritz doubt, but addio remained. Tech chain. Are you are you telling the answer there bling? Absolutely not. Did you the that's not fair? Did did you do that? He didn't go. What is radio shack? James radio shack. He you. Site was reminding him about something coming up later. I had a commercial. Radio shack, the letters that were never even heard of that movie. Movie this movie, it's a website. Well, whatever you did not know if your mouth moving their Blaine radio shack, if you take some of the letters aways left Audio's, here's the tiebreaker. You are a detective. Because I'm in control. Jeopardy. Jeopardy. Answer is. How do you know blade is like? Right. Here's here's the tiebreaker dialysis section at the site for the eight KF or American this fund recommends a diet limiting potassium. And sodium was the American kidney fund James kidney kidney, correct? That's easy. I didn't hear you. I don't have a buzzer. Fun.
"martin sheen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"So welcome back. Right. Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number the Academy Award nominations are announced just a few hours. And we're wondering who you're rooting for. What names would you like to hear what movies would you like to hear being announced as academy nominees for this year? Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred. We are also talking about an astonishing a number of really terrific actors and actresses who have never been nominated for an Academy Award. And we're gonna keep talking about that. But our full nines and text lines are open. If you want to jump in its three one two nine eight one seven two hundred. Here's another good one Dan Martin sheen Martin sheen never been nominated for an Academy Award. While nothing could ever make us wish he had not taken the role. It's possible that the years she spent on the west wing saw him become so associated with the character jed Bartlett that light coast are Allison Janney. It's been hard for the academy to get back to considering him a big screen star. Well, L Janney wanted Academy Award last year. For I Tanya. He's so good in that movie. She so good. And I gotta say and I love Allison Janney. And I I still think Laurie Metcalf in lady bird. It was a better performance, and it's Laurie Metcalf, and she she is from Chicago. And she's awesome. But frankly, by the time that show started change should have already have several nods handling on his resume and probably a couple of statues on his mantle as the anti Bartlett in the dead zone. You ever seen the dead zone? Dan. I have not Christopher Walken. You know, you know, he gets into an accident car accidents in a coma for five years, and he gets out of the coma. After five years is girlfriend is married to another dude he lost his job. He has to rehabilitate to learn to walk again. And he's got like psychic powers now he can touch people and see see into the future into the past. And so were you like the dead zone favorite movies of all time, man? So. And I also maintained that the dead zone. I also maintained that the dead zone is the saddest movie ever made. I think it's the saddest movie ever made because the horrible things that happen to Christopher Walken character in that movie. It's just so sad. It's like. Terrible things. He's burdened with this power that he doesn't want that sucking the life out of him. He lost his girlfriend. You know? He lost his job his mom passes away. It's just like my God, man. So in it Martin sheen plays, Greg still soon. He is a candidate for the Senate. All right. And he is a total bastard. I mean, yes. And so what happens is. Johnny played by by Christopher and is walking. There's a political rally that's happening right outside of his house across the street from his house and his his ex girlfriend played by Brooke Adams is working for Martin sheen slash, Greg. Still since campaign. She and her husband, and he goes across to the to the rally to try and see her and meanwhile, as he's walking across still sin, Martin, sheen shaking, hands and kissing babies and stuff through the crowd as he's going up to the stage to make his speech, and he shakes hands with Johnny. And what happens is when Christopher Walken in the movie touches someone he goes into like a like a. Number trivial, psychic. We were talking about that. He goes into like a like a state, and he has a vision, and he has a vision when he when he when he shakes his hand he has a vision that skill set in the future is the president. And that he he's insane. And then he launches the he launches the nuclear rockets, and it kills basically blows up the world, and he sees this happened. So then the question is. Should Johnny assassinate this guy? So the so the then it becomes this moral issue. You know, like he asked his doctor played by Herbert Lom in the movie, he says if you knew what what you know now about Hitler. And what he would do would you go back in time. Would you kill it? And Herbert Lom basically says, yeah, I have no choice, but to shoot the son of a bitch. And so that's what the climax of the movie is. And and of course, it ends tragically because the saddest movie ever made but Martin sheen is so good in the movie like like like such a. When he when he actually when he actually got the gig in. American president where he's playing like the president's aid. I was he can't have Greg still sin in the White House. You can't wires Greg still sitting in the White House because he's going to blow up the earth. Don't don't don't put him in the White House. And then when he got cast in the west wing as the president, which is the complete opposite of the Greg still in character. Yeah. Martin sheen. He was great in the dead zone. But again, that's a horror movie in and it should have been nominated for more. Because it's Christopher Watkins best performance ever. He's been great in a lot of movies. But it's the best performance ever. I walking won an Oscar though, he won for the for the deer hunter. He was general Lee Martin sheen was generally and Gettysburg he was the the rebel on the run and badlands and. How can we not mentioned Apocalypse Now which was nominated for a bunch of kademi awards Robert Duvall one for it? And his performance in that movie was was incredibly almost died making it a heart attack while he was making the movie. And it's an it's an incredible performance. So there's another one he didn't get nominated for the departed. He was expected in that movie. And that was a movie that won best picture and got a whole bunch of nominees nominations. He didn't get nominated for talk to me. So I mean, you know, it's there's guys that this is a guy who is who was just a a tremendous actor, a great actor, and and gave great performances again in movies that should have been nominated. So how about this? They think Meg Ryan should be nominated for it should have been nominated for an Academy Award. I don't know about that. It's been too long since we've seen Meg Ryan on the big screen. But though her career is a bit rocky. Now, she had a long list of great past roles. That's a little bit wilder. She never picked up an Oscar nod. She was good in more serious fare. Like when a man loves a woman in hurly-burly. Oh, I forgot. She was in hurly burly. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. She was good in that. She was getting hurly-burly. See, you know, when you think Meg Ryan, don't you immediately think like a romantic comedy? Yeah. So not you know, what I mean like, but now I'm looking here. And she's she was also in courage under fire. She was great net. Now, I wasn't crazy about when a man loves a woman that was her Andy Garcia. I wasn't crazy about that movie. But but she was great when encourage under fire. But it's a romantic comedy roles in particularly when Harry met Sally that we're her greatest achievements. It's hard to it's hard to get recognized for comedy in general. But Ryan was so effortlessly and impossibly good in rob Reiner. Nora efforts film that we feel that she it should have been a no brainer. But the Golden Globes were as far as her awards run went that year. So she hasn't really been in a lot of major movies lately to her careers released low down. So we'll see if she gets that chance. Right. Three one to ninety one seven two hundred and Dave says ward bond, he appeared in thirteen movies that were nominated for best picture, but he never got nominated himself. I did not know that. I didn't know that word never got me. No, he's been a he's been a ton of classic movies. Seven zero eight area code says, you are right about the Shammy. He was by far the best of them all in Fargo. See that's the Dan Fargo. That's what you call pretty solid ensemble. That's not bad not bad not bad actors in that movie that have not too bad. Everybody's fantastic in that movie. He's fleeing the interview he's fleeing the interview. Of course, Frances McDormand won for it as well. She should she won last year for three billboards can that it was a good movie. Just thinking about that. When that was a was a good movie, man. Don says I would like to see Kurt. Russell went all see. Kurt Russell should've been nominated for the thing. Escape from New York. Come on. He he should win an EMMY for playing Santa in the net flicks movie from last month. Kurt Russell rules, man. Been nominated for the hateful eight bone Tomoe, bone Tomahawk. You could just name Kurt Russell movies. But you know, big trouble in little China for playing. Jackie burton. He should win all awards for that. Kurt Kurt Russell managed one of the coolest people one of the coolest actors ever. So cool. Man, and he should have one for you know, you know, Dan for the thing best beard. Yes. RJ McCreadie that little known Academy Award category. That's the governor's ball. They don't put that on the they don't put it on the incident that was not broadcast. Best beard is not broadcast. You know, they called the the the the academy's best beard award. They call it the RJ McCreevy. I don't know if you know that. How you know? Yeah. That's a good one. And that that texture is also Roussy rooting for Romney Malik to win. I am not. He did. He did a great job in a terrible terrible. Terrible moving. So. Let's take a break here. And we'll continue on with actors and actresses who have never been nominated word. Bond. Fact is unbelievable. Thirteen movies had been nominated for best picture, and he was not nominated ever. It's really incredible. 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"martin sheen" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"This scares the crap out of me it really does. Because this is how pop this is this what makes us different than than Europe. It really does. I mean over there, if you have some crazy communists, you know, or somebody like that that wants to like promise everybody, a bunch of free stuff, whatever, you know, get a small group of people that turns into several. Thousand than several million agree with you like over there. They have a chance of actually doing some damage over here. We don't like the founders built the system, quite frankly because they were scared to death of this. They were scared that the populism Alexis de Tocqueville wrote in democracy in America. He said he called it the tyranny of the majority and is exactly what he described. He said a small group of people that eventually convinced the masses that will then oppress the smaller people, I saw a smaller number of people. I saw right after the election was right before the inauguration. Of Donald Trump. The they got this Martin sheen a few other stars that came out. And they were actually quoting the federalist papers trying to say, do you? Remember that it was like, oh my gosh. It was like kind of like a very dramatic the more, you know, type video and they're like, yeah. This was the electoral college was supposed to be you know, it was made to protect us from demagogue. No, wasn't it. That's not. That's not at all what it was for. They were quoting a Hamilton Federal's papers. And I'd like to I remember because I just did this just happened to have this up. I did some research before. And I was reading through Madison's federalist number ten. And this is this is amazing. He's Madison was talking about governments that are under direct democracy. And he goes, those governments quote have have ever been spectacles of turbulence and contention have ever been found incompatible with personal security or the rights of property and general been a short and their lives as they have been violent in their deaths. They knew exactly where this road legion. Exactly. This is what we have been protected. From and now they're threatening to screw that up. That's why every chance I get when people call this a democracy. It's not a democracy. We've got to get that through people's heads. It's a Republic, and we had an assist from Prager university on this one. Actually, they had a video out about the electoral college. Here's a clip of the founders had no intention of creating a pure majority rule to moxie they knew from careful study of history. What most have forgotten today or never learned pure democracies? Do not work. They implode. Democracy has been colorfully described as to wolves in a lamb voting on what's for dinner in a pure democracy. Fair majorities can easily tyrannize the rest of the country. The founders wanted to avoid this at all costs. This is why we have three branches of government executive legislative and judicial it's why each state has two senators no matter what its population. But also. Different numbers of representatives based entirely on population. It's why it takes a super majority in congress and three quarters of the states to change the constitution. And it's why we have the electoral college. It's true. I mean, this is a big debate. I mean, the idea between representatives and two for state was a big it was a compromise. Right. I mean, they they were able to compromise to that. So that these small states don't get completely wiped off the map because millwood would care the cities would would run the policy they'd run everything. And that's not what they intended here watching that. It reminds me like I always think we put too much emphasis on who is elected president. Yes, I really don't care like our who a Kazu Cortez or whoever especially like like who cares? The way the system is built with the electoral college and went the three branches of government. It's supposed to not run..
Martin Sheen Found by News Crew After Son Charlie Reports Him Missing
"Now on the fires in California as actor Martin sheen has been found safe sleeping in his car. His son Charlie Sheen sent out a call for information on his dad and his mother on Twitter after they were among the hundreds of thousands of people who had to evacuate homes because of those wildfires burning in this case in southern California, a local TV station, located the elder sheen.
Senate Intel agrees with assessment that Russia meddled to help Trump
"Now i've got very important news to tell you stuff it's really gonna blow your mind alec baldwin and martin sheen are going on a twenty four hour hunger strike for oh oh no how will they ever make it through twenty four hours they're so dedicated to evergreens this is the thing that i saw today the real thing the people are talking about i should go on a twenty four hour hunger strike that actually fit into my bathing suits from last summer anyway goals hashtag goals hashtag dad body fight the big thing today and i saw this on fox it's getting a lot of attention to people are like oh gosh what does this all mean here's the the quick dirty the senate intel senate intel community committee has been looking at the findings of the intel community in the two thousand sixteen presidential election that quote the they weren't to help donald trump intelligence committee's findings were quote accurate on pouring according to an unclassified report and accompanying statement by the senate select committee on tolerance released tuesday so they are saying sure enough that russia wanted to help russia wanted to help trump in the election this is from the senate select committee on television they released this and they go into some stuff about the disputes between fbi cia and nsa i used to be a part of these disputes on different analytic products i i've been in the room i fought it out with people from different that stuff can get heated by the way you can imagine when some bureaucrat feels like the stakes are the national security interests of the united states you can get very passionate you can get very sanctimonious to in some of these interagency intelligence assessment meetings i remember things get real heated on some iraqrelated stuff back in the days you can imagine so looking at this now people are going to say oh gosh russia wanted to help trump here's the thing russia was trying to sow chaos russia was doing what it has been doing for decades this you can either make it sound like a really big deal or you can put it in the proper context which is this is a continuation of rough russian provocations against the us and a lot of other countries by the way stretching back for decades this is a way that they pursue with debut as their foreign policy interests by frying to show chaos in the electoral processes of other countries and chaos made me too strong a word just to try to gum up the works a little bit and to push those candidates that they feel like maybe you're more aligned with their interests in some ways on some others downplay or engage in propaganda against candidate but they've been doing this forever i wish they would teach kids in school about what the soviet union was really up to and it's ties to the communist party usa and all the different soviet agents in this country instead you get some five line paragraph about mccarthy was really bad and he did bad things and he lied about people it's like no mccarthy was actually mostly right alger hiss was a spy etcetera etcetera you go online you see that there were deep and very serious very senior penetrations of the united states governed by the communists and there are a lot of americans who were communist fellow travelers and working with the communist party that was a real thing and a very serious national security threat to us but that's not taught people don't know about it and.