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"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

09:48 min | 4 months ago

"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Ninety-one films from Nineteen Ninety. Best picture was dances with wolves which is an atrocity. Not One person. The last thirty years said to themselves. I've got three and a half hours of my hands. Let me go watch dances with wolves again even now in quarantine unprecedented time. Nobody's sitting around saying let's watch DANCES WITH WOLVES. Game won best picture. What were the other nominees? Joe Awakenings Ghost the godfather part. Three in Goodfellas. Well it's obviously goodfellas. Which is one of the greatest movies of all time. That's my pick but just think other moves. Awakenings is a phenomenon with. I mean watch awakenings again. Actually thirtieth anniversary just because it. Robert De Niro Robin Williams working that movie Walter Parks and Lawrence Lasker the producers. I mean ghost is a joke as the best pitcher. Now me what are you GonNa do? Though high hugely popular I get the fact that was romantic. That something different but godfather part three much-maligned. Obviously it's the weakest of the three but still a good still good enough to go in the top five nominees for best picture. I mean think about that. Think how off the goblet per three gets made fun of and yet it was still up for best picture. There's what deemed on the five best. The Academy Awards. That's amazing only people realize that but of course by pick your JOE would have been goodfellas. Completely agree with you. It has to be Goodfellas to your point. The movie that holds up the best out of all these movies I haven't seen awakenings really excite. Watch that but definitely good solid might Dick best director joke. Coster one for jets with wolves also nominate Francis Ford Coppola Godfather part. Three Martin Scorsese Goodfellas. Stephen Frears the years barbeques Schroeder reversal of fortune. Was a personal thing. I do give barbeques shoulder. Credit the way he directs is very innovative with time shifting and having a dead character Glenn close narrating her own life story. But obviously it's Marty goodfellas often imitated never duplicated just the restless energy of that roaming camera usage of the music and the production design and all the different stylistic techniques. He's throwing everything at the kitchen sink at the camera. And the first hour particularly makes you fall in love with being a gangster and of course the sequence wherein real seeing helicopters makes you realise the terrible demise of the gangster life and just how terrifying it would be an heroin that experiences. It's obviously Marty but again Coppola was nominated. Think about that. Godfather part three was actually nominated obviously Mardi though Joe and yeah obviously Marty. Kenneth feels the godfather part three. It's kind of like when an NBA player is at the end of their career. They get voted into the all star. Game you know what I mean. Even though they didn't necessarily deserve and I feel like that's what happened. The Godfather part three but I will definitely go with. Martin Scorsese Progressive Fellas. It's a good point is godfather part three better than we realized. Because these nominations or are you write that the movie actually wasn't great but because of the lineage of Coppola and the movie itself what it stood for. Hey here's a token nomination just like you know when jeter is getting his fourteen. Th all-star selection gave five whatever a best actor Jeremy Arts or recently reviewed film reversal of Fortune is Klaus von Bulow. What else was nominated Jeremy Irons reversal of fortune? Kevin Costner dances with wolves. Robert Deniro awakenings Derartu Pardieu Cyrano de Beige Rack. Richard Harris. The Field. Never seen the field. Richard Harris's bull McCabe. I like to give blood to Cyrano de Berge Iraq. I mean they loved their produce and France and the French Deniro. Deniro's incredible and awakenings. See this as we did not give it to him but because I watch reversal of fortune again and I love Jerry Mooney so creepy and chilling. I do think the academy made the right pick but Ossete Deniro awakenings as I mean. Just physical performance to me. It's incredible what he does to his. By the contortions he dies of me. Just breaks your heart. Yeah I'll go grab near the awakenings just from your review of re reversal of fortune. I can totally see Jeremy. Irons having won that. But I'll go near for the awakens. I like it. How about best actress? This is a great one. I completely agree with the academy. Kathy Bates for misery. Playing any wilkes. How about this humor? She Hobbles James. Caan don't worry it's for the best brings that sledgehammer down with his feet between that. Logging would incredible. I was so happy she won. Because you know horror movies don't often get recognized with the academy and she was an incredible villain. Kathy Bates one. Who Else was nominated Jellicoe? Houston gifters Julia. Roberts Pretty Woman Meryl Streep postcards from the edge and Joanne Woodward Mr Mrs Bridge never see Mr Mrs Bridge Low CIA POPs to Joanne Woodward. Of course the Paul Newman a post test some funny moments in their jacket. Houston's excellent in the drifters where a really good film. The war from that year Julia Roberts Pretty Woman. I'm and I'm not gonNA hate on that romantic comedies. Don't get enough love. And that's certainly an iconic performance from her. Al Pacino by the way turned down that movie. He auditioned with Julia. Roberts and told Gary Marsov good. He's a future star. But I wanNA make the movie. Kathy Bates deserved winner in my view. One hundred percent agree cafe. She's so creepy in that movie movie. Can Happen. I think without her. So one hundred percent the Academy. Got It right this year with Kathy. Bates best supporting actor. Joe Patchy one. As Tommy Devito in goodfellas again no brainer over the other nominees reuss Davidson Longtime Companion Andy Garcia the godfather part. Three Graham Greene dances with wolves in out Chino Dick Tracy Pacino's hilariously over the top is Dick Tracy. It was so happy you got not a place. Big Boy Caprice slop Madonna on the ASS. He's yelling at people. He's the world's largest dwarf at the time and we just face so cartoonish news really an excellent parody of his own acting in the fact that you can go big sometimes. Graham Greene as much as I've been walking dance with wolves excellent Canadian actor very moving as kicking bird. Garcia was the best part of the godfather part. Three play. Vincent Paseo. Obviously the no brainer. Here's Joe Yeah I agree with you. The Academy again definitely job in the Godfather. Our best supporting actress. Whoopi Goldberg one for ghosts. Which is an absolute joke but come on how the hell the Whoopi Goldburg. Being Academy Award winner. That's the winner for ghosts. What else was nominated benning? Lorraine bracco Cambrian Goodfellas. Diane Ladd Wild at heart and Mary McDonald dances with wolves. Listen IT'S GOT TO BE. Lorraine bracco Karen that's all we had. I mean it's gotTa be right. Good Karen Friedman Hill. She's amazing movie. She's showing this is somebody mob movies always show the man's life how the female goes through. Lorraine BRACCO was was sexy. She was vulnerable. She was breaking. She was ferocious. I mean she was involved. She was complicit. Narration is excellent. I mean come on. How did Lorraine bracco not win an Oscar and bother with the second pick would have been Annette Benning? She's also very sultry in the Griffin's playing Myra linked that's an another knockout performance. The griffey's really good movie now that I'm thinking about with Angelica Houston and her John Cusak is really good but what people are going to come on should have been lorraine bracco I want I wanted deviate but I have to give it to her shows you how. Popular Ghost was Whoopie Goldberg Warning. Supporting ACTRESS FOR SURE I. It's just crazy all right best screenplay written directly for the screen. Ghost one. Wow Bruce Joel. Rubin won an Academy Award for ghosts. What else was nominated? Joe Alice Woody Allen Avalon. Barry Levinson Green Card Peter Metropolitan Whit stillman are. I'll go with metropolitan a witch. Because his work is I mean he's one of these India tours when I heard from in years but I did like last days of disco. So I'm going to give it like a queer juvenile where I just cannot give it to ghost and I've never seen avalon. I've ever seen Alice either for that matter. Green Card Peter. Weir's the Andie macdowell movie. Wow I can't believe that. Seems like a pretty weak year for original screenplay. I'll go to to metropolitan here Joe. I hadn't seen metropolitan so I guess reluctantly. I'M GONNA go with ghost but I will. I will check it out for sure. So Ghosh's is my pick. I mean I guess the pottery making scene is the one that is close to your heart how best screenplay based on material from another medium the winner again. This is so disgusting to me. Dances with wolves. Michael Blake based on his novel. What else was nominated? Awakenings goodfellas the gifters and reversal of fortune. My vote would have been for nick. Pledging Martin Scorsese goodfellas adapted from Wiseguy by Nicoletti. But again these are all excellent movies. The grafters cannot recommend it enough reversal of fortune. Nicholas Kazan adapting a book from Alan Dershowitz. Heavy on the Dershowitz Hagiography but it is a good movie that the one here that really the screenplay the honesty if it wasn't good fouls it should have been awakenings. Steve Zalin he's one of the great screeners of all time. He Won Academy Award for Schindler's List. He wrote and directed searching for Bobby. Fischer he co wrote. Gained New York. He wrote the Irishman. Like this guy is an absolute stud. The factory was nominated for awakenings. I forgotten that he'd actually written the script based on the book by Oliver Sacks. But I'll go through the good foul awakenings. I'M GONNA go with based on your review reversal of fortune but Nicholas Kazan. But you're right dances with wolves. I don't know how it got this much love this year. So I'm glad we re picking it. I mean I understand in a vacuum right. It was Hollywood apology for the treatment of native Americans on the screen for generations. That totally get that the racist depiction of natives John Wayne Movies and John Ford movies. But that doesn't mean that she win. Best Picture I mean just I mean. It certainly is epic scope. There's some memorable sequences Kevin. Costner did an admirable job directing it. You know the Tonka all the rest of it like I'm okay with the nomination. Winning that many to me is just atrocious. I mean rewatch ability has to be a factor in movies and like I said no one's sitting around thinking. Hey let's fire up a little dances with wolves. All right. Thanks so much for checking out sinophile once again thank you. Don winslow terrific guest next week..

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"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

16:53 min | 4 months ago

"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"Welcome fours talk or we're not really horse. We just like word play. Welcome to Horse Talk. I'm Sharon and I'm Melinda and today we're GONNA be talking with actor Douglas Spain. He's acted in over sixty films and TV series including the HBO Mini Series Band of Brothers. The film's permanent midnight. Alongside Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson. The reading room with James Earl Jones and twelve. Angry men with Jack Lemmon and George C Scott. He received critical praise and a nineteen ninety. Eight independent spirit or nomination for best debut performance for the movie star maps which Spencer and I watched a couple of weeks ago. And we thought you're a terrific and we can see Y. You're nominated for an independent spirit award while he's checked it out. That's awesome thank you we did. It was really good. We liked it. We liked it a lot. Actually well thank you. Yeah yeah that's A. That's a film that I actually watched with a friend A few nights ago as well and now. It's not as edgy. As it was twenty. Five years ago GONNA came out. There shows like weeds shameless. That are in the same tone but back then. The tone of film was very rare. I can see that. Yeah I It had kind of like a I'm a big fan of my own private And I don't know if you've seen that but it it. It definitely had like those same vibes and I know that That film is well was very like controversial for its time and they current came out around the around the same time period. I believe so. Yes but yeah for anyone who is listening who has not seen star maps. I would recommend checking that out. I think this generation has the stomach for it now and you've worked with many other amazing performers and artists such as Kate Hudson Albert Finney Edward James Olmos who is one of Minnie's personal favorites. He is yes. And now you have a new horror. Movie called the ascent which all three of us have watched it was released back in January. And you have another film that just came out called love on the rise which you're in with my friend manned goodyear what's up. Amanda what's up? Amanda I have the hots for a man in the film she her and I used to waitress together. And she she's been on our show as well Yeah she's great she is. You'll have to tell us about your crush on her. So welcome to the show. Thank you thank you for having me. This is exciting since this podcast is mostly about horror movies for. Let's talk about your new film the ascent so basically you know. Tell us a little bit. About what the movie is a bow? And what is your character like well? My character is a priest who works Side BY SIDE WITH FATHER. Lambert played by the talented Peter Jason. He had a performing exorcism that placed him in jail because the The child had died So I picked him up from jail and And then we go onto another case that we hear about where Rob Kaczynski Plays sort of single father. Who's struggling to take care of? His son and his son is going through an illness that he's unaware of and doesn't know so He calls us to come in and check or actually his baby sitter. 'cause played by Han Award. She comes in and says that. Something Weird's happening at the house. So it similar into one of my all time favorite horror films which is the exorcists except for instead of a mother. Daughter is a father and son and so we come. We RISE TO ANALYZE SON in father. Lambert's the one who decides that the boy is possessed in needs in exorcism and then it goes from there. There is a lot of really interesting creature feature a moment's that's one of the big aspects of the film that the director was aiming for you know sort of a exorcists meets creature feature kind of film so it's exciting. It was we. All three of US watched it. Yeah and we all enjoyed it and was this the first horror movie that you've made no necessarily. I did play another priest in another our film. is a long time ago with this one was made really well and And was exciting to to play because it was more of an exorcism the other one I was just a priest in the neighborhood no No exorcism just a lot of craziness so being in my own exorcist. Type of film was exciting to me. Because I'm a big fan of the exorcist. William freed gained whom I worked with in the film that you mentioned. Twelve angry men. He directed the remake. So I was. I felt like this was a nice little. I get to work with William Regan envy in an exorcist type of film not that he directed this. This was directed by Perry. Te'o so this is a whole new generation a whole new or with his version of xers. `ISMs I'd I wanNA talk more about the but since you mentioned it we were going to ask you what it was like to work with rankin since he is so iconic. Well as you mentioned there were there was liquid all star cast in twelve angry men. It was like twelve of the most talented actors at the time. And still to this day. In the William Freakin like I said I was a big fan of his and when I showed up on said I think it took me a moment I had met him in sort of a run through because they were rehearsing a lot so I had met him briefly in there. You know I was excited just to to meet Ozzie. Davis James Gandolfini Tony Danza Jack. Lemmon Edward James. Olmos was on this pictures. William Petersen and the beautiful wonderful talented. Mary McDonald she was the only email in almost male cast And she played the judge. Choose just wonderful. It wasn't until I got on the set and we started to film the first few takes that Will Freakin came over and gave me some direction and at that moment in time it was like. Oh shoot I just got directed by William Freaks had just froze but it works in the film. Because I am kind of lost in the sort of he wanted this sort of lost expression of not not guilty or not guilty kind of look and that's kind of where I was that space because I was being directed by one of my favorite directors so It worked but yeah I was. I was dying inside. I was and he was really good. He was very precise. So wow can very complimentary and also. I don't know if you're a battle star Galactica Fan but Mary McDonnell and Edward James Olmos. We're like the two leads and that's one of my favorite shows. Wow that's amazing. You've got to work with the president and the old man amazing. Yes I did. She's wonderful We we actually spent some time in Naples Florida for Film Festival. There I got to know her a little more her and her family and just to just to truly wonderful person and I think we even watched Fahrenheit nine eleven together because we ended up in the movie theater at the same time and we sat together. We held each other's hands Film kind of said she has. She's a she's wonderful. I'd love to work with her again and I did get to work with Edward James Olmos. He directed a film for. Hbo Back in two thousand five called walkout which was about the students who walked out in the sixties because the injustice in the school system in East Los Angeles and all around the country. So yeah like I said I've been very. I don't know if I said but I am very fortunate to work with such talented actors directors and stuff which I think all led me to hear too the ascent Nice segue just GonNa say. Yeah I I wanted to bring back to the ascent actually I thought it was a surprisingly refreshing. Take on the overdone exercises them genre particularly that discussions about like mental illness and the internal and external factors that can affect how we perceive reality First and foremost. What are your thoughts on demons possession and exorcisms no judgments either way? Here we're healthy skeptics. You know I think the joker tapped on that kind of reality as well you know. So it's it's something that's resonating in our time Which it's been around. You know sort of mental illness has been around for eons and I think now the horror element is sort of touching on that as well and this film does pursue that avenue. I'm not sure you know but watching this film. It does sort of bring up those questions in regards to is something a possession or is something a melt mental illness or what is it or or or are they classified incorrectly. You know So I think that's so a big factor I do believe that possession as possible and I'll explain. There's an article that I read a long time ago. that alcohol another. What's another name for? Alcohol spirits spirits. And I read this article that was talking about how alcohol is a portal for spirits to enter your body And I was really intrigued by it because I think it's possible where you get to a point that you're so vulnerable with You know with the consumption of alcohol that the more you drink the more you open that portal and there are times where people can behave differently or aren't themselves a lot of times and so that bears. The question is possession possible and I think that for children and stuff who might have some kind of trauma or anything they might be a lot more susceptible to possession and there's a lot of energy and spirits around. You know the things happen so I am a believer and that's why I don't drink as much so you don't get possessed so I don't get possessed because I think it as possible I mean you know there's conversations about blackouts where you you don't remember what you you've done and I think that might be the point in time where you are possessed where there is some something else has taken over your body because you're functioning. You're moving but you you're not recording. What's happening so it's possible in this film Kind of tackles. That question of you know does does a person get possessed and that's what Father Lambert and myself are to investigate You know now. The child does have all the symptoms that require an exorcism based on father. Lambert's investigation so we got to see a trying very hard not to get too much of the only because I hate spoilers. I don't want to spoil it too much but it does raise. That question of is Possession or demons are they real and I love the way that the director because he also wrote the script approached that topic. Yeah agreed what research if any did you do for this role the exorcist. I watched it over and over again so have we. The director had set me several books to read that talked about X. `SMS and and sort of the history of it so I- delve into those and They were insightful. Scary but very insightful. In just a and then just putting my hands in You know in the cast in the director in the script and allowing that to to convey the story are you religious or spiritual at all. Did you use any of your own Personal beliefs to bring that into your role as a priest? I grew up Catholic so I I did you know regards to the Church and how to me as a kid. They were always very creepy churches. They you know. The the sort of old would old buildings and only sunlight through through windows and So yeah I did kind of tap into those memories of that and also to to sort of give a mike character history in. Where did he come from? What was his background? Yeah I did. I did tap into my religious pass to sort of convey what I needed to through the character. Well as happens in excess `ISMs things do get a little messy in this film quite literally Without spoiling too much We're curious did you have fun getting covered in Gore and what? I'm assuming was fake blood or was it more grossing uncomfortable. I was excited a fim topic exorcism that I had been attached to for my whole life in wanted to to be a part of something like that so when the moment of performing the extra schism came up. I was excited. I know Because I knew all the elements that were going to going to take place I mean. I even posted several pictures of from behind the scenes of that experience. So yeah I was having a great time. We all were really enjoying it. It's always messy and stuff because you know but I don't know it's Kinda like you get to go out and play in the mud then you've got to clean it up. It was great. It was really like mostly raises. The questions of these sort of throwing up been being in pain all this stuffy especially because the script sort of walks down that path realism. You know and and weather whether any of this Israel or possible you you start to question you know a lot of situations where people get sick and stuff you know and and is it possession so it raises a lot of that kind of it just walks that that fine line of is this real or is this possible in being in being in that situation onset. I I did did ponder those questions a lot..

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"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

10:52 min | 6 months ago

"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Bald Movies

"I think over the years like maybe they were on the same page about that in the beginning but by nineteen ninety-two after being apart for twenty five years or whatever that's a that's a generational thing with hackers too because I saw like You know back when the group hackers are absorbed the anonymous hacking group anonymous like targeted like bigger profile. Things like scientology. It's split the movement in to like. Hey we're doing this for the lulls versus. Hey but we actually could do some good here and I think COSMO is the idealist. It's like you know information wants to be free man and Robert Redford slack. Well we were just fucking around. It's it's it's hilarious to give Republican money to the Black Panthers. Does it again at the end of the movie which is Great? Yes yeah which you know this. This movie is also kind of prescient in that it presents a lot of things as kind of like joke scenarios that have largely come true in our time. We'll get to that in a bit. Sydney podium potier is plays This donald crease. Who is this mysterious? He's like straight man of the group He gives the crew some legitimacy and they use a former higher up in the CIA and ask many needs to. Yeah we don't know why like we find out at the end of the film. Like why KINDA SORTA? Why he got out of the do we. I don't remember that because this is one of my one of my week. The weaker parts of the film. But that's yeah. He's he's kind of like combination serious. Tough Guy Muscle David strengthen playing Irwin Whistler emory and I want to say I think the thing that Crease brings to the group as far as hacking goes is that he's familiar with the way the government operates. Yeah and so. He's able to like sort of what the government me thinking at any moment. If against also play he's got some contacts like yeah like that. Can you give him access or maybe keep him out of trouble from time to time sources Straigthen plays this whistler character. His his deals he's blind guy. He's blind superhero and he. His his task is to lag detects. Just natively like sounds and tones coming from phone systems and this is still the era of like analog phone hacking like just. He's phone speaker he's exactly I mean I. I buy a lot of what they do with his character. Yeah they crossed the line for me into Superhero territory when they mention him hearing ultrasonic Sam because by definition right ultrasonic sounds are on here by humans there yeah ultrasonic sounds are sounds that are not here not audible within the normal human range of auditory sensors like being born blind or being blinded as gave you the ears of the dog. No and that's such a trope like they do that all the time they do it here. There was one thing I didn't like about him. But like being more attuned to like listening to things get like if he were in that trunk that they put him in then they put. Robert Redford in. He would be able to tell you exactly where they went. I agree I agree. I even liked his nickname whistler. Because that's kind of a callback to back. When you could literally whistle certain tone of Frequency Free Long Distance Calls Cap'n Crunch Kennedy thing. Exactly Dan Aykroyd plays Darren mother. Ross cow he is the lunatic fringe conspiracy. Theory Guy Like Dan ackroyd. You don't know I don't like Dan Ackroyd to thank goodness film though. I don't I've got too much of this conspiracy theory bullshit and I realized I don't need it in my movies. Sorry you're dead. That's true that's true What is deal though? What does he bring to the group as he like? It seems like he's kind of like they're generalists because like he doesn't do anything but annoy. Sydney Potier throughout most of this film might be a Hardware Guy. He might be the guy who holds the probe while with figures. Yeah he's whistler eyes and hands and a lot of those films maybe that's what it is but like yeah other than that You Got River Phoenix as Carl Arbogast. And he's just the new guy. Yeah he's mouse in the Matrix. He's the guy in the crew. He's very excited. He's very eager. He's he's play. He's playing hyperfocused kind of lie. You can tell. He's he's attractive but he doesn't know it and he's probably GonNa Annoy the Piss out a lot of women in his day Mary McDonnell as Liz Is Essentially Robert Redford's girlfriend and unfortunately she's pretty thin I I saw that in the original script. They had her as a bank employee that got involved in the original kind of like the opening heist. That's the penetration test and was kind of enamored with the group and starts helping them and but the problem is organically weaving. Her into this plot was taking so much time in this movie already is dense as hell like. I paused to get a drink And I thought we were like an hour and a half into to film. It was like fifty forty nine minutes on my holy Shit and not in like Oh God is movies dragging it just like they really pack a lot into it they do so as a shorthand to get her into the group that has made her this ex girlfriend but it's very nebulous like the her and Robert Redford dating but then they broke up somehow but left and good enough terms and Robert Redford so good looking and charming that she lets them get away with shit and an inch Some somehow gets him access to this conference where he can go see Janet Gas. She's got a couple of connections that's how she gets back into plot and I. It's funny because we were talking about this You Hate Dan ackroyd. I guess I thought I hated Mary. Mcdonald but only really hate her. In Battle Star Okay. I was going to ask you how you felt like when we're doing a disaster marathon and she using independence as like. She's really good president's wife. I don't think I can see the president United States loving her as a first lady and I thought she was really good and charming and sophisticated in this film. I remember liking her a lot and dances with wolves which was about two years before this movie came out so they are right in a little bit of a Mary. Mcdonnell high on this is going to ask you Okay maybe you like Mary. Mcdonnell and this but really. The question is who's hair is more perfectly feathered hers or robbery there essentially. They've got the same hairstyle so funny because my mom rock this hairstyle through the nineties. Oh Yeah Yeah I think a lot of men and women did a steven. Toby Leschi. What a year for him groundhog day. You're with when the comedy greats on the dramatic legends. He just as a pure comedy role as a dyed-in-the-wool fucking nerd doing computer dating and nine thousand nine hundred ninety two. That's rough yeah. You're not getting a lot of Mary. Mcdonald's on the computer dating or not which I love being kinsley instantly says a computer match. This will get a lot more. Dan ackroyd exam. They should have sent. Dan ackroyd well. Though Dan ackroyd would not date Stephen Tova Leschi unless even took Alaska was gay. Where could they really? They really could have been ahead of the curve. There it turns out you know like Whistler is reading the Braille report of the computer dating. They're arguing sending Mary but he's like Guys he's gay sending mother also Steve. Laskey playing a slightly different character than I'm used to him like he was more on the ball and authoritative. Like less. Neb Ish than it usually is. Yes that's true like when he discovers something is up. He immediately takes action right. Yeah yeah he's a man of Action I. I was Kinda surprised by that because I thought he was going to be steamrolled a little bit. Yeah I mean he's like Kinda clueless and your arrives at this dimsum place and he's what is he picking his nose and cleaning his glasses but yeah and I think but he's like not fazed by like attractive. Mary McDonalds McDonalds. He's Kinda go okay. Yeah 'cause Peter Match. I love how when they talk about the computer match there like a computer matched him with her and I don't think so like a computer is so good at fucking matching people in Nineteen Ninety two. Put them together. Yeah like a computer would not would not air fail ridiculous? So that's the cast. They got James. Jones comes in as In a head Spook Yard Abbott but one scene and the thing is as I recall. He played like the Admiral greer character and a lot of different. Tom Clancy Films In fact I think he was the at the like the head spy for like three different versions of Jack Ryan at the time clancy films but I think he was just kind of like not typecast but like oh we need a guy or the star you know comes in and believably plays this role. Oh I know James Jones. So I really enjoyed how economically developed the characters affirm like they did a lot of clever things. Like you know you get this heist and you think they stole all this money and he just smoothly takes the. He's like he's in. He's he walks the bag of that they just stolen from this bank across the lobby into an executive office and says you know you're rid of cops are this and you could probably tighten up this. And here's your money and let's get paid. And then you know the the the secretary cutting into chat kind of patronizing them about pays the pays the bills and she's like not very well and I think I looked at. He's getting paid twenty five hundred dollars for this. Oh not a lot of money. Even a ninety two for the firm that he's running ways like. Yeah well I mean I guess it must have seen pretty crazy like in the eighties and early. Nineties convince people to pay big money delake. Yes no one knew. Dawn you know Tj Maxx hadn't happened yet. Sony hadn't happened yet like the credit card security hadn't become a multibillion dollar kind of enterprise and You like the way they're getting assigned about client is like Desire you've got two guys in the office. Potential clients and REDFORD shoes and river. Phoenix like expensive. Like the. Get the idea that these guys are kind of like money. Grubbing ambulance chasers. Yeah very very hard. Scrabble The way they work in little jokes like when Robert Redford's trying to improvise this back story about being a private I you know when he's got mixed up with this Mathematicians mistress and whistler feeding him lines and he's he's just repeating verbatim and he's. I can give him head whatever he wants. I thought that was really funny to show like Siri Situations. They kind of fuck it but Joyful Spirit Yeah and how like the NSA? They give enough of the back story. That like you just effortlessly believed that..

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"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Raunchy are rated ladies flicks, bridesmaids, ladybird walking, and talking ghost world and our newest contender book, smart, and I could go on and on, and I agree with the great Ethan Hawke the girls, just wanna have fun is underappreciated, gem of movie, and also firmly belongs in this discussion that. Was a title. He mentioned during the film spotting five here on the show. But for a film, Lisa says that is in its essence, only about female friendship, I can think of no better contender. Then John sales passion fish, the second than Woodard, shantelle enters this movie. We know that Mary McDonald's seemingly tough offensive may alyssa's finally met her match. We watch as their relationship organically evolved from, what of surely professional necessity to a true real need for each other's insight, and companionship. And we absolutely love watching every step of that journey. I can't think of a more realistic depiction of true, real friendship, and like with most be f f f S's best female friend flicks. We even have a delightful scene, where shantelle dutifully Sykes may also for seeing her high school crush. It's nice to know that no matter how old one gets we will still be reduced to shy little schoolkid when it comes to crushes and the crush in this film played wonderfully by a sales regular David straighter. Well, at least there's right to about the wealth of options for this list. I don't know if we mentioned that at the top. But I mean it was. Really hard? It was overly list a bunch. When we get to our honorable mentions because there are multiple sub genres of this, that we could have dug into for sure. All right, number one passion, fish when I haven't seen there's one or two on my list, you haven't seen we've both seen and recently and seeing together, and really loved our number one films. It's one sings the other dozen from our Agnes Varda marathon 2017, and I don't know about you, but it's not, you know, for me. It's not just a chance to pay tribute to the late Varda. This was a must for my last, I think of all the films even more so than Thelma and Louise memorial title. It's maybe the one that's devoted exclusively to a female friendship. That's everything it's about. And that's the two women of the title, they meet now I'm trying to remember correctly. I think they knew each other when they were little kids, right in the same neighborhood does that sound right? But they encounter each other again later when I think it's only. Actually, the beginning film, they meet. And they're both grown up. She's about seventeen. Yeah. Pauline is yeah. Younger once a teenager for sure played by Valerie morass and then Suzanne is about twenty two to recently attired place, her. She has a mother of two at this point kind of trapped in this despairing domestic life. And Pauline comes along and you know inspires her to charge her own path. They go on to do that partly together, but eventually they go their separate ways and keep in touch with postcards..

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"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"What is a town of just over twenty four thousand people in Montgomery County and for its mayor, Mary McDonald on with Bill Cunningham Tuesday afternoon. The damage left buying f three tornado Monday night is something she has never seen before the absolute worst. I've never seen anything like this. I've lived in for thirty two years, and this is far by far the worst has happened, but by still extremely proud of our staff partners in the neighboring municipalities the national weather service said, along with the towns of creek and Selena were also hit by three tornados. Governor Mike dewine has declared a state of emergency for Montgomery green and Mercer counties. I'm Sean Gallagher News Radio, seven hundred wwl. Wwl's by the Red Cross, or at the ridge church and Brookville. Morton, middle school in van Delia, First Baptist Church of Kettering, and Carinthian Baptist church on Dayton's side near Trump would when it comes to donating keep this in mind, American Red Cross is asking the best way to help us is through financial donations and volunteers have to be trained. Morita south hausky is with the Red Cross. We have our volunteers goes through many, many hours of training. But this helps us get the process started so we can get these people in the pipeline and help them. Get out there to help their community, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl now the latest traffic and weather together. Just looked at the traffic cameras. No problems on the freeways all your drive times or normal early this morning. Now. The latest forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center. We moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation. Learn more at no fear death his dot com showers and thunderstorms will pass through the tri-state today, the first of which come in this morning, and that will determine what does and does not fire for later on this afternoon. So stay weather aware today as we could see large hail, damaging winds, isolated tornadoes, and even flooding. High today, forty three tonight down to sixty eight tomorrow, more rounds of showers and storms, high of seventy eight from your severe weather station on nine I warning meteorologist Jennifer catch Mark NewsRadio seven hundred wwl, w muggy seventy three out the door news service of inspiresleep.

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"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And weather News Radio seven hundred w ELL Cincinnati, the national weather service, classifying the tornadoes that went through the Dayton area today that went through I should say late Monday night. The national weather service was there today. I know a little confusing, but stay with me. This is the eleven o'clock report. I'm rob carpenter. Breaking now twisters and Selena beaver creek and Trump would have all been classified as e f threes, others have been confirmed, but not yet classified governor. Mike dewine declaring a state of emergency for Mercer, Montgomery and Greene counties. Wins. You know. Trump would mayor Mary McDonald on what residents can do to help. One of the greatest thing they can do. And if they can clean up around their own front doors. That would be ideal so far. Only one fatality has been reported. The victim Eighty-one year old Melvin Dale Hannah of Selena ready for the latest traffic and weather together. No major delays or accidents on Tri state freeways, this go round. But if you do see an accident or if you get stuck in traffic. If a call at four two one six three nine seven now the latest forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center. We moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation. Learn more at no fear debt his dot com. Tonight, partly cloudy skies and muggy conditions. Lows near sixty eight Wednesday likely stormy day with a risk of isolated strong to severe storms waves of rainfall during the day highs in the lower eighties from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning meteorologists, Sherry Hughes, NewsRadio seven hundred w l w just had a look at the weather radar. It is clear, and seventy seven degrees, so Red Cross has four shelters in place, the ridge church in.

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"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Dewine local officials will do the initial assessment, they'll figure out exactly what they have. Then we, we will be able to go to the federal government for the emergency declaration. The national weather service says the tornadoes that went through saliva beaver creek and Trump would were at least e f three's one man identified as Eighty-one-year-old Melvin. Dale Hanno was killed in saliva. Now, Trump would mayor Mary McDonald with us. And she describes the damage from storms. The absolute worst. I've never seen anything like this. I've lived in for thirty two years. And this is fire by far. The worst has happened, but by still extremely proud of our partners in neighboring municipalities thousands still without power restoration efforts may take days down the latest traffic and weather together. Just look at the traffic cameras. They are looking good. No major delays or accidents on the freeways about the side streets, looking good as well. Now ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on News Radio seven hundred wwl Java muggy night ahead with lows in the upper sixties to near seventy partly cloudy tonight, waves of stormy weather for you on Wednesday. In fact, strong to severe storms are possible. Highs near eighty three from your severe weather station. I'm nine I one I'm meteorologist Jerry Hughes, NewsRadio seven hundred w l w radar looking good seventy eight degrees. F you twenty-five ministries is getting ready. Ready to help mobilizing getting all of our supplies ready all of our team's ready to be going up into the areas that, unfortunately, we're impacted by so many tornadoes, who is the CEO of Matthew twenty five he expects to arrive with supplies on Thursday or Friday. Some of his people were coming back today from tornado relief in Missouri. If you'd like to help, go to Matthew twenty five's website and check social media to donate supplies money or your time. I met Reese, whose radio seven hundred wwl. Double d said of Wall Street, find out how stocks today. Stocks start shortly broadly, lower, the Dow plunged two hundred thirty seven points. The NASDAQ gave up Twenty-nine and the S and P fell Twenty-three. Crude oil futures rose, fifty cents to close at fifty nine dollars and forty one cents a barrel. Walmart is hired tech veteran whose resume includes stints at Amazon Microsoft, and Google for a newly elevated position of chief technology officer and chief development officer, Sharon..

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"mary mcdonald" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:12 min | 1 year ago

"mary mcdonald" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Nations. But they can't if the records are literally destroyed which happens in expunge. So can you explain your current thinking on ceiling versus expunging, and is this a deal breaker for you? The I don't think this is a deal breaker issue. Brian, the, the more difficult issues are the amount of marijuana. You can have homegrown or not. What do you do with the revenues that you raise who do you authorize to open stores to actually sell the marijuana? But I don't think the issue here is even that I don't think it's going to be on the merits. I think is on the politics, New Jersey was going to legalize it New Jersey stopped. I think that started this shift the political environment. I don't believe the senators say on the record that they don't have the votes to pass it politically, and I think that's the problem here is the political reality that you don't have the votes in the Senate, and I support it. I propose that, but we're getting down to the final three weeks or so. And they're still saying they don't have the votes. What do you think there's some particular issue aspect of, you know, towns, opting out, or whatever that could get them the votes, I tried that? I've tried a number of things the opting out provision. I've tried the opposition Senate position is there is no state that has passed that without a referendum. It's never been done just by the legislature. I believe jersey may be moving to a referendum. Also, who sits at cetera. They moved they the legislature acted after a referendum. So that's what the senators who oppose. It say they think it's an overreach by the legislature. I believe and have anything close enough to initiative, and referendum in New York state that a statewide vote on legal, cannabis could even take place. It wouldn't be. Yes. You could put a yes. Short answer is you could do a referendum for a sense of the people where you sketch out the provisions and have a referendum. And if it passes, then the legislature could say, we will pass it. But I think that's the that's the problem here. Everything else is smoke. The Senate promised in the air their campaign. You know, we have a Democratic Senate now for the first time and I supported them and I worked very hard for them, and this was one of the big campaign issues. But I just don't believe and the Senator say that they don't have the votes and at the end of the day, if you don't have the votes, you don't have the votes Bryant, your say, of changing topics on religious exemptions to vaccinations. I see that health committee Chen and. Gottfried has reluctantly put forward a Bill to end those exemptions because the measles outbreaks will you bring pressure to bear on members in any particular way to vote. Yes. Meaning ending religious exemptions. Yeah. The way I bring pressure is by motivating and informing people. And yes, I am informing people that I understand, and I respect the religious exemption, and is very important to this nation and New Yorkers in particular, but here in my opinion, the public health crisis overwhelms, the religious exemption, interest, and the difference of opinion by the anti vaccine, there's and this is a public health crisis, and it's worse than New York than any other state, and I think we should pass a Bill. You have a right to your religious beliefs. You don't have a right to infect my child. And that is the balance between your individual right. And the community's rights, and I think the scale of Justice tips on the favor of the community on this issue on the negotiations over a new set of rent laws that headline coming up before the end of June or rent laws in effect, the last four years or expire, so anything on the table, theoretically, regarding the rent stabilization system and other things and Gotham mistaken, politico reported last week that some housing activists seeking to have view excluded from the rent reform, the Goshi ations, because they remain convinced that you would water down the bills in favor of real estate interests. They've asked speaker hasty and the assembly and majority leader Stewart cousins in the Senate to negotiate bills within the legislature. And then force your hand by sending you an approved package to sign what's your reaction to that. It's bizarre because if they're right? I would just veto it. They should go back and take constitutional law one on one. In other words, people at the table for negotiations even if some of the tenants groups, don't trust it. Well, I look how the theory makes no sense, negotiate a package send it to the governor. Don't include him. Okay. Then I won't sign the package and then you have no rent reform lows. Then what do you do? I know it makes no sense. Be that as a rhetorical question as an answer in the form of a rhetorical question. Okay. The I think we're gonna have the best rent reform package. We've ever had preferential, rents debate, conc- bonuses, MCI, the vacancy decontrol. We also need a better ten in protections in this Bill, you know, on the Vic shin issue. You have families that are victims in the middle of the school year. Brian, why, why can't you bring some decency to the process and some humanity to the process? There's also a question of the applicability of the law right now. It's basically New York City Westchester Rockland. Why not contemplate other jurisdictions where they could benefit from the rent laws and could actually help the economy? So even the, the zone of applicable -bility of the law is on the table. And I think we're going to do a lot of good governor before you go. I want to ask your question on behalf of a friend of mine. Hers mother passed away this year at the age of eighty nine I promise this is a policy question. I'm not asking him for some kind of special favor for a buddy. She lived her whole life in New York, but lived for last year or so, with her daughter in LA, partly, so she could have the option of taking advantage of that, state's Medicaid medical aid, and dying law, because she had horrible ls and was miserable when close to death and ultimately decided to use that law to take her own life with prescribed substances that she could administer to herself. I see that New York has a similar Bill and that you support it is that, right? And is that Bill moving? I support it. My father did many things that head of his time when he was governor of New York Brian, and he started the death and dying to mission because even back then he saw the increases in the medical field, and bio-technical technology that we had. And he said, at that time, he said, you know, the medicine is going to get to a point where we're going to have to make very difficult ethical judgments. But we have a death and dying Bill now that basically does what the California Bill does I support it. I do not. See we only have like nineteen days left here of session, or something like that, Brian, I don't know that it's going to make it to the finish line this session. But it's something I support and something that I think, is needed governor. Thanks. There's always for your time talk to you next time. Thank you. Brian Lehrer on WNYC where it's time for the latest news with David, I today, I David what's happening? Hey, Brian the supreme court is upholding in Indiana law that requires abortion provider to dispose of aborted, fetuses in the same way as human remains. But the justices are staying out of the debate over a broader provision that would prevent a woman in Indiana from having an abortion based on tests that reveal an abnormality both provision where previously struck down by lower courts. The supreme court will also not to take up a challenge to a Pennsylvania school district policy allowing transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms that correspond with their sexual identity. The justices rejected an appeal from students who argued that allowing transgender students to use the same facilities violated their right to privacy, Ohio. Governor plans to visit communities hit by apparent tornadoes in the Dayton area. A spokesman for governor Mike dewine says he plans. To visit Trump would and older Dayton suburb. Mayor Mary McDonald reports extensive quote catastrophic damage there, but says no deaths or serious injuries have been reported as we were just hearing in that conversation with governor Cuomo, Albany, lawmakers lobbyists and advocates will be spending this week pouring over a new one hundred nine page marijuana legalization Bill among other things the legislative package commits one million dollars annually for three years to train police to identify drivers who may be. Hi, doug. Greene is with the national organization for the reform of marijuana laws. He has he hopes that proposal will help win over some conservative Democrats and skeptics. In the law enforcement community. There's a huge concern over driving while intoxicated. We think a lot of those concerns are overblown. But if it's something that helps get this house that we support it. Green also praised to propose provision, requiring towns villages and cities to pass local referendums. If they want to opt out of legal marijuana opponents would prefer leaving that decision up to local elected officials. A minor league baseball team from Fresno. California is apologizing for airing a controversial video bashing, New York congresswoman, Alex Andrea Cossio Cortez during last night's game, the Fresno, grizzlies played a speech by the late president Ronald Reagan and honor of Memorial Day, fresno's, CBS forty-seven reports that at one point the video showed a photo of Akasa Cortez between images of Kim Jong UN and Fidel Castro as Reagan spoke about America's adversaries as for the enemies of freedom. Those who are potential adversaries, they will be reminded that peace is the highest aspiration of the American people. The grizzlies issued a statement after the incident saying the video was pre produced by an outside source and was not properly vetted by staff before running a Newark, native has become the first African. American to lead the Smithsonian Lonnie bunch. The third has been appointed secretary of the one hundred seventy three year old Smithsonian Institution, a bunch, formerly served as the founding director of the Smithsonian's, national museum of African American history and culture. The institutions board of regents approved the nomination.

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"mary mcdonald" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"mary mcdonald" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Lot closer to the ground as he said and easier to get people on a lot of fun. He said it was easier. That's also heard loopier in their loopier, wavier and loopier. You're on the ride for less than fifty seconds. So you wait in line for an hour and scenario coaster guy. I don't mind them. Yeah. Roller coaster bother me. Yeah. This one I don't seek them out. And they don't bother me. Yeah. I mean, I went and did fury three to five or five to five four three two one. Whatever it's called the one. That's got the big drop that's on YouTube. You know, and I did scream like a girl. But this one I wasn't interested in it. Because it doesn't have any drops. And it's just going up side down several times. And I'm so it wasn't that thrill. Yeah. Didn't sound like I like bike by youngest kid is now twenty three so I don't have to do this anymore. The interim grandchildren's grandchildren shattered iron not likely go. Hey, let's go to Caroline's today and just go ride roller coaster at that age where my grandkids are at the age. I like they just want to do the Scooby doo coasters. I'm like, yeah, I'm cool. You're back with that route. Yeah. Although I will say the nearest I got stick to gay gonna ride which I've never gotten sick was in like what I would call kiddy land real teacup thing that went in circles, or whatever. You don't talk about. No way. But within the spitting there's another spinning going on. And I'm like going really, this is the one time I would get sick on a ride is in kiddy land on a teacup was the closest I ever came to sit down like fifteen minutes. It was like eight hundred ninety eight degrees or something. Sit here for just a little bit. Yeah. Oh, I've been on the teacups. I knew exactly. All right. Well, March madness so Wofford won. Remarkable. Well, you know, what it isn't it isn't because they were the favorite team. There were seven CW ten seats. Seton hall. Yeah. Based on what you would think Wofford in history that they've never won an NCAA tournament game only their fifth ever tournament game that they played in and a win by plenty eighty four sixty nine eight hundred sixty eight and they they've got this kid Fletcher McGee who became the NCW all-time three-point leader in his career. Is you have five hundred ninety scored twenty four points last night. We'll play Kentucky tomorrow. Maybe Kentucky delve shocked the world that'll be really doing something. They can things like that happen. That's you know, we laugh, but Wofford is very good. They got a great coach and Mike young. They've now said one Twenty-one zero other ranked nineteenth in the nation. The real deal. Our general manager apparently was pulling for Seton Hall. Did he's go the I don't know. His brother did a St. a bronze statues a sculptor. Okay. I don't know if that was the only connection or if he actually went to school there. So he was not happy that Seton. Now, he sent out an Email the other day, it was making fun of the terrier did a retraction last night after the game. Yeah. Because Mary McDonald from our staff went to offered and and she won. So I was thinking for her. It's like that can be career limiting it's like she should be holy four. Seton hall. I was gonna say secretly inside. Of course. Not. But today is not a good day to be asking for a raise. I would think. Of course around here. No, no day is a good data as her as appointing and trash-talking GM's office, probably the best move. All right. So what's coming up tonight? We need to watch for we've got well right here on the Bill blow torch. We got North Carolina Iona at nine twenty tip time. Not sure exactly when the pre is that. So I guess we're saying I own a standard dogs chance. Really things happen forget well last year, Maryland Baltimore County beat Virginia which was a sixteen seat in one. I do play seven ten tonight against North Dakota state. Another one is sixteen game Virginia the team that lost the only team has ever lost as one to a sixteen. Plays Gardner Webb this afternoon at three twenty. And I know we have a lot of Virginia Tech fans around here. They play at the very last game tonight the Klay Saint Louis at ten o'clock tonight. Oh, wow. Late to sixteen games today. But that's four of interest or any of that brigade is eight thirty tonight, eight thirty okay. Did you do a bracket? I did. I got it wasn't hard. Because there weren't a upsets yesterday. So I got fourteen out of sixteen so far you're doing good. All right..

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"mary mcdonald" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"mary mcdonald" Discussed on WCPT 820

"They are under attack by just like that we have to stop being numb to it. Whether you're Republican or democrat, you need to stand on your feet, overcome your shame and Sason. Overcome your shame if they're full shape. Yeah. I mean, it's embarrassment. Right. It's having to a wrong. It's all that stuff that none of us likes. But it just how much more overwhelming evidence have to be right. I mean, it's it's I, you know, it's interesting. Were I know Bernie guy in the in the primary. That's the other thing. A lot of saw a lot of people on Twitter talking about that. Is there a reckoning that needs to happen like everywhere? And I haven't seen a lot of that of burning people saying, wow, you know, we also were plagued by Russia voted for showing our minds around the reality of what happened. That's what I kept shouting Bernie voted for Hillary. Why didn't you? If you supported Bernie, your guy is telling you vote for Hillary Clinton. Spoiler. Stick to do both. I've I've over stop Trump. Oh, God sakes. You idiots. You losers. Okay. That's I don't think thinking that's what he was thinking. I can't wait to get to the Marisa. I'm just saying Hillary Clinton is owed a lot of apologies by a lot of people the lineup and kiss her pantsuit is all I'm saying what she my favorite. No. That's why I voted for Obama over Hillary. You too bye did too. But I mean, you have to look at this. I can't say it enough. Carlos she heading nearly seventy percent approval rating after she left state because you know, why she wholeheartedly supported Obama when she lost when she lost. She is a great loyal secretary of state. Yep. Just a whole different set of what's the word, you know, circumstances in two thousand sixteen and so anyway, what you see what we have now. Yes, I certainly do as bombshell New York Times report reveals the Russian troll operation on social media platforms was far more extensive than I understood one major aspect of the report prepared for the US intelligence committee finds a Russia extensively in specifically targeted black Americans. I mean, if all of this doesn't make you furious as an American. The Russian influence campaign on social media in two thousand sixteen election made an extraordinary effort to target African Americans used an array of taxes try to suppress turned out among democratic voters and unleashed a blizzard of posts on Instagram it rivaled or exceeded this Facebook operations for any person with a straight face to say this affect the outcome is insane. Right. I mean, it's a while the right wing pages promoted, Mr. Trump's candidacy, the left-wing pages. Scorned Mrs Clinton while promoting Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Jill Stein. The green party candidate the voter suppression effort was focused, particularly on Sanders supporters and African Americans, and again, it's not going to Trump said everything publicly we now know was going on behind the scenes specifically targeting. He's specifically thanked African Americans where people are like, oh, well, they just didn't turn out for her like Obama, and then on top of this, by the way, who was sherline. I fully yesterday was saying for african-amer, not only are they are they targeted specific. By all these voter suppression efforts by Americans by Republicans right in state after state with closing polls, voter ID laws all that stuff. Machines. Yes. In minority neighborhoods. She said now, we're having our votes by hostile foreign power on top of it. And and and here comes the blame Hillary crowd. Oh, she just didn't excite African Americans like Obama did. And it's it's just all load of I call Bs. Also, I'm wearing my fist we call today. Because what who we happy hour with? Fist. Mary mcdonald. Thank you. Yeah. I have said this before this is red dawn. This is the movie that conservatives years ago, what was red dawn ladies early nineties. Grab your goods Colorado. We're going to stop the ruse. He's now that they're doing it. At a cyber fashion. No, we're on their side. When you read this report Travis you see exactly why we are still where we are in. Why no one is saying is standing up because it specifically. It says these reports it is specifically to help Republicans. Yeah. And Donald Trump, and it is continued after it's not just like they quit when they win. They helps Trump steal the election. Now, they're trying to keep him in office by disparaging Muller by sowing the same divisions. The goddess where we are. I mean, I want Russia out of my right eye. Sandywell jock Jackson, I want these mother Russian off my plane. No question. It said the heads. The hats are read the maga- hats gas bed buried deep red. We love. I Schwab dot the connection between Cambridge Analytica were they giving like they knew what Russia's Campion was were they giving talking points to Trump's data to. Yeah. Trump like, hey, you should focus on the black. The Russians are saying we were wrong about all this told us all of this like Hillary says there is no way they didn't have American help targeting those knowing which are swing stakes which swing districts. We all groups were awarded persuadable to stay home or vote for Jill Stein or right in Bernie, or whatever I just it's just infuriate us make my waist. Look fat sound like is one of the points from the Russian attack on Muller. Yeah. It's making us all sound like crazy conspiracy theories that was part of the campaign cast. This is some crazy liberal conspiracy theory, this Trump Russia hopes and blah. James is writing stand up Americans. Foreign power is smearing an American war hero lifelong Republican again and decorated war hero. It's just I can't. I can't see Trump. Good Muller bad. It certainly appears that way to the naked eye. Do you get the same thing that got us here? They're trying to influence the outcome of this and help Trump away with this. Because he isn't that. Oh, yeah. Thank you. Because I am causing myself, the stroke out now and get yourself a wife. Tick tock tick tock ladies. Yeah. You got the king my psychic right on time. If you want Trump to resign in January. I think says let's go waiting steam coming Cousy this morning. It's odd. Get your Cameron Hughes. Let's go how many times are you planning on leaving your house this week? Get out. With a fist bring someone with her. I'm to screw for the rest of his okay? Help us. Help me over there. Effect off. I got stuff happening Saturday Sunday and Monday right to the buzzer. Man. Wait a minute data single, right? Gobert? I'm not saying look at me polygamy. Thank you need to leave your house. Listen making it from our incestuous, Stephanie Miller family, for God's sakes can't handle her. Just like my sister. We'll get married in Vegas. You know, what that's like that's like daily vittles is on. How does your sister? Yeah. Dueling banjos. Now that fun. He's got all the parts later. We'll check in Robert de Niro's talking about Trump's son of a you you stick in Koga is shined box. Your mother you piece forty eight minutes after the hour this portion of the Steph daddy's home. Eight minutes after the hour. This portion of the show brought to you by my pajamas. Okay. Wait, maybe word and win. They're getting here, the Dr Seuss Grinch, Christmas, pajamas and also my Star Wars Christmas pajamas love, I gathered the world softest pajamas. And they're so cute. And those are those two are brand new breast grew three sizes that day, I thought nothing would ever replace my Snoopy, Christmas pajamas. My right green flannels. 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"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

Extra Hot Great

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

"I don't know. Just that's worked. I knew, but I don't. All right. The movie Pulp Fiction. Oh, right. Guest actress. Inst- mash didn't win for both fiction either. Oh, jeez. I really got do that Spanish rewatch Thurman. Good point. I think if we can. All agree. If there had been a third season of smash share would be on. Sure would be it. Outstanding guests actress in a drama series. The closer to thousand eleven. I don't know guested on that thing hint. Nineteen Ninety-one Oscar. Not one. Okay. Keep going dances with wolves. Mary McDonald. A Roo area McDonald. Joe Reed, outstanding, lead actor in a miniseries or. Support for the show wall Lander. It died. Jesus wall ender. No, I don't know what year. Nineteen ninety-three. So ninety three either. Here we go. Hackman or Pacino. So I'm gonna guess Hackman? Gene Hackman. All right. This lead actor didn't win in Ninety-three for a movie called Henry v. one of writing award kind of Brannagh. One point. I mean, who else is it going to be if as well lender. Yeah, Sarah d bunting outstanding. Lead actor in a miniseries or movie for King Lear, two thousand nine. And two thousand two was the unsuccessful Oscar year for this actor. Does that help hint Lord of the rings, colon fellowship of the ring, colon that way. Also doesn't help solicitous guests, Tom Wilkinson. Anybody's to know as Ian McKellen. He played played. David Copperfield addict when I be if I did a steel mill in ruined it for the next person who is Joe wins? Nobody else gives it off. All right. Tari area? No, yes. Nding lead actress in drama series. Each one now everytime I standing, I'm going to try to sell it more. The WikiLeaks actress in a drama series for the sopranos in nine hundred ninety. Nine didn't win that. Oh, god. Eighty falco. Yeah, I didn't think she was ever nominated for an Oscar keep Oscar year unsuccessful Oscar for this actress. Nine hundred ninety. One. Okay. Keep going the ring any bills now. Sure. Goodfellas. Oh. All right, let's do it. What rings any bells ringing the bell. No, I want to hear it. You have living in to come on. Throw a see. I was like, Nancy, marchant icier easily. Lorraine Bracco. We're not continuing until you get your own day. Man come on, just do it. All right. Read. Ding lead actress in a miniseries or a movie Georgia. Oh, Keefe two thousand ten. Oh, was this Joan? Allen this one Joan Allen contender. This is Joe. Read folks. Dang Saturday. Bunting standing lead actress in a miniseries or movie MRs Harris. Two thousand six. Four time Oscar loser. That Buffalo Bills of losing. Right hinge please. Two thousand eleven the Oscar was not. One was by by. I don't know. Michelle Williams for the kids are all right. Oh yeah. Her an bedding point. Everybody's last question coming up. I think dole has just get the scores. Four Sherry. Does. Sarah has twenty five thirty one. I have twenty five thirty eight. Joe has three. Joe has forty eight. All right questions worth. One hundred points. Our area. Dead. Lead actress at a miniseries or a movie Burton and Taylor. Two thousand fourteen. Helena Bonham Carter. Nice. With four Oscar side totally would've guessed low hand. She was nominated twice for us. Do you know them? One isn't ninety eight, the wings of the dove wings of the DEA. Jewelry. Your last question, dad lead actress in a miniseries or a movie for political animals. Two thousand thirteen. This needed for an Oscar, but not went from Sigourney Weaver to lever. Ninety eighty nine four. That would be working girl working girls. Sarah, debugging our last question of the game. Outstanding. Senate importing actor in a miniseries or a movie for game change. Two thousand twelve supporting actor didn't win for game change. And didn't win for the Oscar in ninety six. Oh, that's why I thought it was going to be hint for the Truman show. Didn't win for game. Change didn't win for Truman. Show didn't win for Truman. Show Ed eras. All right. That is the game scores pleased. Okay. Sarah has thirty two. I have forty-one. Joe has fifty.

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"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"Hi, everybody. I'm Peter Travers in this popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies, and there's a movie now called American dresser. It is not the story of Tom Ford, you know, it is not somebody who is doing anything with fashion. It is about motorcycles and about a road trip taken by my guest today. Tom Barringer greatest thank rate to see could be here. So here in this movie, I think it's it's kind of wonderful to see you and keep David back together after put. I know laying Vietnam vets. It was kind of strange at very nice. I, my dad shoeless reunion. Yeah, and coming full circle and we're all army vets from Vietnam, but the only difference is it's kind of like a roller reverse. It's like he, he's, he's like my company sergeant like a Master Sergeant and. Whereas I was a platoon sergeant news, probably, you know, machine gunner. Yup, it's great. You're trying to figure out where you stand given the roles you play in movies. Walls played military flip-flop? Yeah, up American dress are a little bit for and what it is because people that don't know, there's a whole American dresser association for Davidson's American dressers actually it's not a trade name. It's a generic name for fairly big highway bike that would be loaded up like with the side panels and the tour box on the back where you can have a couple of changes of underwear and your, you know your your ring, ring gear. You know anything little extra you've got to carry, but it would be also more comfortable for a real long trip on your character is taking a long trip. Yeah, it's only out to the west coast amd back the two of them, and I don't want him to go because he's got some physical disabilities, and I think I just have to do this to, you know, for my my soul. And I'm told by my daughters to go just to get out of here, you're not doing any good, you know, because of his drinking, which is because his wife started that because his wife had cancer, then she died and he just can't get out of it. And we see those flashbacks in the movie with Gina Gershon playing, which is very touching. And yet he's going out there to meet a son. He didn't know have, which is very moving because it's not an aimless easy rider trip. No, there's a direction and it really isn't out to discover America or see on the east coast or something. Yeah, like them. It is different than that. What was the attraction to you? What made you say? I want to do this movie? I, I don't know. I just liked the characters like the story, like the dialogue. I thought there was some good humor in there. I thought it was funny. I mean it to me it had that same road humor that Bush casting the Sundance kid Nicholson and Randy Quaid in the last detail, you know, that kind of stuff going on of the strange of weird characters. They made. On the road, you know, Bruce darn. I love him in this. Yeah, all these people. They meet our kind of the rough. Yeah, yeah, exactly in. They're kind of endearing and funny and different. It's good to see back in this big screen that's here because you had been doing TV stuff that one day I was watching major crimes there. You were popping up as Mary McDonald's, rat bastard, ex husband. You know, this is this is how this happened was because Mary McDonald, they needed this character. They wanted to bring back. And ex husband of hers, and she's well what about Tom bear your? And they went, what's interesting, let's check, you know. And so I knew her and I knew to other people on the show and which was kind of a nice reunion. But then they had so much fun with the character. The writers just kept bringing me back. So it was kind of like an archive suppose. Yeah. And he was kind of funny. Its own bizarre way. Yeah. The business of being an actor is you create little mini families. Don't you. Oh yeah, to movie. And then sometimes the family breaks up and you get back together, but you still remember this feeling that you have. Yeah, yeah, that's true. That's true. What where did it start for you? We're, we're, we're, you come from originally, we'll really from the south side of Chicago. And they ended up queens, moved green, which is. Did tough neighborhoods. Different..

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"mary mcdonald" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"mary mcdonald" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Well it's not, up to us now is it I think there are deep vacations, here both for the immediate future of our Bishop the media future, of cardinal. World and immediate future the Catholic church deep, ramifacations and if you listen to Shapiro, this morning he said that at least twelve attorneys generals from other states, are conducting their own investigations and the Justice department which. Are, the feds are now getting involved, folks folks This, is real this is absolutely real go and Mary McDonald Hi Marty I just wanted to comment, that I'm really. Tired was a, pretty the Bishop. The pope asking. For forgiveness so forgive, us it'll be okay Oh my. God can forgive, because I don't And when I read about Mary rob it broke my heart and hope. She understands that this is not her fault what happened to her and her sister intercede, here, case folks, don't know, Mary rob Jackson wonderful wonderful woman a great a, close friend of my wife's and my family and one of the, best reporters at ever did anything, internal journalism a, Katy k. TV in Pittsburgh legendary iconic figure unbelievably compassionate does a piece. With the PG last week. That. Was amazing she was molested by. Priests okay and then this report comes out so she. Had a sister who is twelve years younger so this report comes out, from the attorney. General's office in our sisters reading the report and she reads the name of this priest who molested. Her sister says he molested you and. Me they didn't. Know, they had no idea so amazing Mary. Yeah, and they. Need to get off this. Oh, give us they need to clean ha Everyone needs to go start fresh, because, that's the. Only salvation for our. Children In our church Are you going? To do Mary what are you going to do Well I'm a Catholic and I am going to say a. Catholic but I don't think I could receive communion. From a pretty I would have to receiver for Matt ecumenical minister. I guess I just can't. Walk up to appraise the nine? Others a lot of good ones And. Receive communion I just can't Very very very very painful times I. Don't give people advice on this I. My family's at, turmoil over. This my wife, says deep faith I'm telling you I've known bishops zubec- since I was thirteen years old and I still can't wrap my arms or. What what's happening The attorney general just called him a. Liar on national television it's a sounding. Thing mardi just, ma'am when. Bishop Subic I, listened to him and when he says well we we listen to the experts when they said this priest was fixed When he was cured not his job, sorry they needed to turn every single one of these over to. Law enforcement and. They need to go to prison in the state needs to change, the statute of limitations in late September when, the legislature comes back in every single priests they need to be handled the, way these Nazi, guards, were, handled they find them. They, bring them back here and they sent him in the prison. Whether they're ninety five years old or. Not whether it's their last four days on earth or not, put, him, on trial give Catholics Justice George Nepal thanks for your patience yeah Sad The first statement is pedophilia and absolutely. Wrong there's no doubt about, it but the big thing here it's bigger than. That we're dealing with two countries Vatican in the United States and so is the whole world we're dealing with the situation. Released one of the of the breach which is called sodomy both this state and the Vatican We legitimize sodomy and. Here we are having sodomy between an older and younger person you understand we have to Particularly priests those it's mine. Disease you cannot let a priest with that problem around kids and they must be either hermits, or something else. And I have so said Bishop Ed Milicic it'd be better if. We only, had one priest And we do our charging by modern electric media So that's my input on this He's. A very very very trying times? Are? You staying in the church George I have to stay in the, church because. I'm a Roman go I'm enrollment The Roman church yeah which is. Catholic churches are Catholic preach? Christ Church church we started. By liars by churches have? Been, started by a man we listened to that. Killed thousands of Christians should they clean house George. They have acknowledged the administration should they? Clean house Jordan yes they have to change their way of ministration you cannot let. Sick people take care of children. What does what, does, cleaning house entail. Our Bishop here are Bishop on? Every? Bishop across the United States in the world I is a great. Phone call I like hearing from the folks. Who were devout Susannah go ahead from Kettani. Hi Marty I talked to? Yesterday but I was compelled. To call again today this? Is, such an intricate horrible story that I'm trying. To look at it simply and I look at. It is again it's evil trying to? Keep people from the Eucharist and destroy the church my thoughts are in and this. Is just a question to you About do, you think to some extent they weren't qualified because we. Have psychologists and people are more open to talk about these things than they were back in the. Day and also where did they have the fear of what's happening right now where it might. Destroy the church so they were trying to take care of it without putting. The horror stories out. I. Know my mother's like in her. Late eighties and she said I can't believe they're saying these horrible stories out loud I think people were raised back in the day where we just didn't, open up and talk about, so I'm going to tell you an unbelievable story along the lines. Of back in the day this is a fact my. Father who I missing. Still, talk, to every day he, died devout Catholic absolutely my father saw her. Horrendous act he was in, a detention period being disciplined when he was a freshman and he's at high school and he saw he comes into room with a broom and this is a fact. And he comes around, the corner and he sees a young man In a classroom being raped by a by a Catholic priest, by a priest he sees, this my father sees this this the truth my father goes home And he tells his, father and his father's from Ireland in his father he has his knuckle hits them in the top, of the head, with his knuckles shut the head up, and that's how they My my my grandfather was a icon, loved him but back in that day Susanna the priests was God and that's, the fact well though isn't, that great though that now that we are more open about these things, and we're. Looking for we need to get into the church and and clean the church from within but they need to agree but they need to the big cats need to, step back, and say I'm gonna I'm gonna fall on. The sword to allow folks to have their souls cleanse clients to go back to church with the attorney general calling our Bishop on national. TV a liar and I've texted him Arista out to him he's got to be, doing a lot of, soul searching this morning Definitely.

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"mary mcdonald" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

The Goal Digger Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"mary mcdonald" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

"S judgment so miss mary mcdonald's i will be praying for you because hurt people like to hurt people and while i got a great laugh out of your message my heart told me that maybe you mary needed a reminder that good people still exist i'm sure you thought an expected you'd get a rise out of me but you probably didn't know that this would be the rise that i'm giving i want to encourage you because i do believe that we rise in lifting others happy saturday sincerely jenna mary ended up writing back i didn't expect her to honestly i didn't care she wrote back or not and here's what she said she said pie jenna you are the most gracious person in my apologies for my email earlier i was rude for no reason and beg for your forgiveness i am glad that you responded let's get started again it is nice to know that there are still people like you from mary now not all situations and like i wish they did because i really like writing those nice emails back but sometimes they backfire in that's okay i want to walk you through five different ways that i have learned to handle the criticism because i only wish that someone would have told me what i could expect as my audience screw as my platform grew as i learned to navigate this crazy world he see when i was starting out i was just a photographer i was this girl that lived in a village of twelve hundred people are from her family and friends i was passionate in alive i was humble i felt like a fraud i didn't know what i was doing in over the years i've learned to share my heart's i've learned put my story out there and with that has come so many magnificent things so many things that i didn't even.

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"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire all right so we're going to move on now to a recommended viewing segment and as everyone knows that pick an independent film of foreign film documentary recommend this week my independent films passion fish the great john sales movie from nineteen ninetythree seen this no i have not goodwin buddy starring the great mary mcdonnell and alfred woodard the great great every word in the always amazing david strengthen who has john sales regular and it tells the story of this woman soap opera star mary mcdonald who gets injured in paralyzed and is forced to return home to the by you in louisiana and to this house where she has a series of nurses coming in to care for her she's an awful person to deal with angry at what has happened to her but you also get this instant she was an awful person before this happen and then eventually after woodard comes in as her nurse that sticks and basically it's you know it's kind of that story that you've seen before it's nothing revolutionary but the one nurse who comes in and it's just like you can treat me however you want lady i'm not going anywhere i will take all that you can throw at me and of course what happens they strike up a friendship lessons are learning but it's just a beautiful beautiful film about human beings and friendship and just a typical john sale stuff got best actress and best script nominations for mary mcdonnell and john sales for the oscar did not win and then best actress and supporting actress for the golden.

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"mary mcdonald" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

I Think You're Interesting

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"mary mcdonald" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

"Martha was amused that she was going to us i think it's kind of put the kibe which was important because we tried to go out of our way to see that wasn't her that i'm that i'm like a wannabe martha stewart carrier but my character was incredibly neurotic and she had a you know a lifestyle show and all this stuff it was so much fun that character was just a blast because she was just crazy seemingly altogether perfectly together you know but kind of neurotic beyond description and the only other one was i did with one with mary mcdonald cold high society i liked which was kind of an app american abc fab that killed me when they did but we were a little bit much back in the day these days they'd have just loved the network i mean but then it works a little bit leery of it they said well could you make it more like sybil we sit did you read this screen my characters are romance novelist who is stinking rich and who lusts after mary's seventeen year old son and takes drugs you know it's like i don't think we can make i'm going to start including the note could you make it more like sybil every time i give we add asking i guess some of the same simple the the sally field moving which was brilliant yeah we end every episode asking our guests some of the same questions so i'm going to do that with you now i one is who is the actor you've learned the most from that you've never met they can be dead or alive.

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"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"mary mcdonald" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Customers can isis they make every morning at five thirty a m london tom just by typing diy be on the new book worseoff thanks very much once again christine let's get you some more headlines now from around the world his wound bucks sandra kelo good morning mike his syrian hospitals are overwhelmed by casualties from the violent bombing campaign by progovernment forces in east duta hundreds humping kills was more than eight hundred critically wounded and now the un is demanding an end to fighting tell africa monetary an aide kim begs donna i will not serve reports the un is expected to vote on asserted they ceasefire and syria this followed reports that more than two fifty people have been killed in a government offensive on eastern wocka that escalated earlier this month it is not clear whether russia which supports the government will use its veto or abstain in beirut though novel nasser bloomberg daybreak europe shin feigns leader says the uk government has no viable plan for restoring power sharing in northern ireland that's option mary mcdonald met with british prime minister theresa may in london we're disappointed thus the government seems wajed to what they're calling a reflection periods we regard the opening up of any political vacuum as extremely dangerous the dup has cooled for may two cents of budget for northern ireland which is hot no devolved government for thirteen months montenegro says an attacker threw a grenade at the us embassy in the capital and then killed himself with another explosive device the area has been sealed off by police in the embassy is warning americans to avoid the area because of an active security situation incident took place around eleven p m last night no one else has been hossin there was no major damage and in the us new developments in the.

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