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Dunkirk Awards

Filmspotting

06:36 min | 11 months ago

Dunkirk Awards

"Welcome to film spotting, we will get to our Nolan Review Awards. Later in the show, we might have an for those awards picked out by. Then we might not. We will share our awards for favourite supporting performance and lead performance from this retrospective of the work of Christopher Nolan will also share our picks for best Nolan moment in the overall best moment or seen after we have revisited all ten of Nolan's films and that will culminate with our Christopher Nolan rankings. The definitive Christopher ranking for each of us one to ten will there be some shifting Adam Gimme a tease. Shifts definitely from the last time, I posted a Nolan ranking on letterbox. There's been some movement Yep me too one I think you'll like I don't know if you'll like it enough, but you will like it I though the World War Two movie from Christopher Nolan that we didn't know we needed dunkirk. The enemy tanks stop. Why? Why waste precious tanks when they can pick from the. Barrel. Their full hundred thousand men only speech. Your position. Josh, coming into this rewatch was that done kirk is Christopher, Nolan's best film and there's at least one longtime listener and regular commentator who agrees with you that we are culminating this overview triumphantly with the filmmakers greatest achievement Adam Grossman in Vancouver says like many of us. I've completed my Christopher Nolan Review. Biggest takeaway hoover is a really hard were dispel. Well, second takeaway. I've decided dunkirk is Nolan's career highpoint while my heart loves interstellar the most good on you Adam and I. Hugely Admire. and. The Dark Knight for what they meant to Action Cinema and Superhero movies respectively dunkirk is his masterpiece got laid down for you tenant. I just don't know how anyone could argue that the legend of dunkirk could be told any better the setup and the first eight minutes alone from the falling paper from the sky to the distress. Cry of where's the bloody air force is a wonder of a short film. In itself, the lack of dialogue works perfectly for what this movie wants to achieve with. Hans. Zimmer's relentless scored doing all the audio work that's necessary among all the chaos. There are frequent moments of grace. Kenneth. Branagh face as Commander Bolton as the cavalry arrives in the form of the civilian vessels the empathy as Peter Tells Killian Murphy's PTSD soldier. The young George will be okay and no moment more than the shot. Be Okay and no more than a shot of Tom Hardy's planes silently gliding over the beaches of dunkirk knowing his job has been done. dunkirk is also uniquely Christopher Nolan Movie One where his signature use of time has never melded together better and more cohesively than it does in the final twenty minutes of this film while Dunkirk will understandably never be a wholly enjoyable or easy rewatch. It's one that gets richer and richer with repeat viewing. Now, Adam Mention Nolan signature use of time, and that is one aspect of dunkirk among others that certainly connects to his entire body of work. But there are other aspects that Mark Dunkirk is unique. It is only film that is based on historical events, which means it is inherently rooted in the past and yet I'd argue it is only film that truly feels present tense meeting there are no. Dead parents or wives or forsaken children or other tragic events haunting the air's barrier played by Tom. Hardy the Moles Army private Tommy fiene whitehead or for the most part the sees Mr Dawson played by Mark Rylance like all Nolan protagonist there's plenty of personal sacrifices on display but no guilt no sense of futility about toning past actions just the seemingly futile need to survive the current event that they. Are Tragically experiencing here's something else that argues unique about dunkirk as we every other commentator on Dolan's work is discussed in some form or fashion for all those dead parents and wives and foresaken children. There's nothing so emotional or borderline sentimental in any of his previous films as the climax of inception and yes, mileage may vary there which led to interstellar and not only mcconaghy's crushing breakdown watching twenty three. Years Worth of miss video messages from his family but the verbalize message love is the one thing we're capable of proceeding that transcends dimensions of time and space. Maybe we should trust that even if we can't understand it, it's hard to imagine any character in previous Christopher Nolan movies saying something like that which led to Dunkirk am I crazy josh this is his most blatantly sentimental and even heart film. And if so is that what establishes Dunkirk as his best its balance of coldness the sober portrayal of the hell of war of life in the misguided choices, some men will make when facing death with warmth. In the compassionate inspiring choices some men will make to maintain a way of life. So a lot of subtleties in that question and you're onto something so you're not crazy I think I would distinguish. The word blatantly, I. Don't think this is blatantly emotional or moving, but I do think you're onto something in the fact that it is maybe his most heartwarming in where it ends up and let me kind of try to parse those. You're right as long as the Nolan Canon has convulsing McConnell. Interstellar is going to be his most blatantly emotional I mean you can't have a scene like that without registering that on it surface. That's his most emotional movie. But I will also say that I find Dunkirk to be his most emotionally affecting movie maybe even more. So than inception, which we about how I did find that very moving especially in the character of Mal. So yet dunkirk is really a unique thing even as it's working within the strands and trends that we have been tracing in Nolan's other films, I. Think the heartwarming aspect is probably a part of that. You've nailed it there in that it brings us to a place that. Is One of Constellation and I think it's earned because I think up until that point we have just been suffering alongside all of these other characters in so many ways and we've also been recognizing as the movie does that this is You know a an account of a military failure, a huge defeat and so for the movie to kind of offer, some sort of solace at the end of that I think is. In proportion and well

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The WTF Movies of 2019 So Far

The Big Picture

09:05 min | 2 years ago

The WTF Movies of 2019 So Far

"I'm Shawn fantasy an animated, and this is the big picture a conversation show about movies, I guess because movies are still happening in the shadow of game of thrones were having kind of a weird conversation this week, Amanda, and I are going to be talking about what I thought was going to be the best movies of the year so far, but as we went down the list, and we thought about what we've seen thus far. And what we wanted to see we realized that this has been kind of an odd year for movies. So we asked you guys on Twitter. What you wanted to hear talk about you gave us a lot of responses. Some of those films are brilliant. We've talked about some of them on previous episodes ashes purest white, for example, or or transit or us. We spent a lotta time on us shot. We spend a lot of time a long shot Apollo eleven. These are all fascinating brilliant, beautifully crafted movies. We'll talk a little bit about them here. And there as we're going through this. But Amanda, I think it's probably better if we talk about movies that confounded us confused us excited us and ultimately left us. Just wanting to talk. Yes. So here we are to talk. I'm gonna I was ultimately inspired by seeing dragged across concrete. Have you seen that movie? I have not because I think everyone in my life has encouraged me not to I don't think you need to see it. It's Dorothy by minimum as Craig Zoeller. It was there was some notoriety around it because Ahlers movies have a particular political bent, kind of free speech, a finding that some have perceived as very conservative. It's a movie that stars Mel Gibson in Vince Vaughn as to police officers who have been suspended and then spend their free time trying to stop a Bank robbery. Boy, it's larded with a lot of intellectual and political complications. It's not really worth unpacking here. You know, there's been some really good writing about it on the ring dot com. I would encourage you check that out Chris Ryan and Adam name and had a conversation about it on the watch a couple of months ago. And I think that was part of the reason that they spend an hour talking about it. And at the end, we're like we cannot endorse this, but also here all our thoughts about it. Yes. I walked away feeling the same way though. Less interested like less excited by what it did. But it does feel like an onramp into this conversation because there's a lot of cool stuff in it. It's very well made Zoeller is obviously an artistic person I do not agree with many of his ideas about humanity. And it left me feeling like I had both wasted my time and saw something unique. And I think that that's definitely a theme perhaps a segue to the movie serenity. Wow. Yes. So this was maybe this was among the most requested in the call for submission. I think it was the number one request. Why do you think that that was to be set up serenity in any way? Oh, gosh. I guess we how do we train serenity? Let stars Matthew mcconaughey and Anne Hathaway to bona fide movie stars which is of note and it begins as a kinda Morrish or Neo Noir ish situation on an island, and Matthew mcconaughey has a white whale of his own called tuna. And he also has. Some demons and an ex wife who needs some help. Then that's in Hatheway, that's pretty much it. He's a fisherman. He is he's got an habit pursuit of Justice the tuna that you're ferring to and he's got a first mate enjoyment, Han Soo and Hathaway plays that ex wife and he's got a kid. We keep hearing about that we see and his ex wife's got a husband played by Jason Clark. And this movie is hysterical. And I don't mean, it's funny. I mean, it is literally operating in hysterics the whole movie is the most pitched up over the top preposterously plotted movie of seen in a long time when it came out mile Surrey wrote on the ringer about all of it's absurd. What the fuck nece, and I didn't read that piece at the time because I didn't want to spoil for me. And it took me a couple of months to get around to this. And usually when someone says, you gotta see this movie. It is effing insane. I go quickly before whatever reason I didn't get to it. I don't think you to either. No, no. I watched it at home. Which we'll come back to. So Stephen Knight Ronin directed this movie. Stephen night is best known. I think for creating peaky blinders which is a show on Netflix. And he's written a handful of movies here and there, and he's thought to be a very well respected writer director in Hollywood. I I'm I'm just baffled by this movie. I don't understand what he was going for. I mean, let's just say that we're we have to spoil the talk about this movie. So if you haven't seen serenity, and you wanna see serenity, I guess I can sort of recommend it as an ultimate Curio in American movie going, but it's pretty bad rate. It's not I all of the hubbub. I thought this was a good what the fuck movie, and it does not really deliver. It's more just kind of like how did this happen? And how did this many people make it this far, and sink that this all came together? So now, we're going to we're going to spoil the reveal spoil away. It's video game. It's a video video game. And they carry the son who is referenced throughout the movie, and then like all shown like eighteen times throughout the movie is programming. This whole world. And everyone else is fiction of his imagination. And he's doing it to like connect with his fictional dad or something or for a father figure and to avenge his real life stepdad, which we should talk about the problematic aspects of that. But anyway to your point of what this was trying to do. I thought it was like matrix gone. Extremely wrong. Right. I thought that it was trying to engage with the idea of. You know, the video games, and the captured that they have on culture right now and imagination and that idea of the simulation, and what's real. And what's not and revenge and the game if occasion of life, I think that that is my most generous reading of what is going on here. I do not think it delivers on any of it. And I do find that kind of video game to real life violence aspect a little troubling. So I will say as a twelve year old computer geniuses evocation of what adult conflict is a what an adult's life is like an adult who lives on an island called Plymouth island, which is somehow tropical. I'm not sure if there is a tropical island called island. It actually seemed on point because when you're thirteen you don't really understand what it's like to be an human adult, and what it's like to have problems in demons. You know, there's a lot of complicated ideas in the movie math mcconaghy's. Character is a war veteran and Hathaway's. Character is a survivor of domestic abuse. Yes. There are some some really weighty females here. And by the same token, the like, I said the movies just kind of hysterical. The kid the actors are going so over the top in every scene and Hathaway, I think is more or less playing Barbara Stanwick kind of like forties. Fifties era kinda bombshell Dame who's trying to draw a somewhat innocent man into an awful plot. Sort of like the postman always rings twice, you know, meth mcconaghy's kind of the John Garfield going. But they're so pitched up and it's also happening on a boat, which is kind of a ridiculous setting. That's that. I I was just just really confused by how actively bad it was. And I know that seems like a simple criticism. But even if it was a commentary on the way that thirteen year old sees adults. I still thought it would something was missing. Does that does that make sense? Yeah. I will also say I I watched it at home as did you and it really suffered from that. And I would like to talk more about the context in which we receive all of these movies because I think it is increasingly important, but for this one you you really had to pay attention because it it was making logical jumps and giving pieces of so-called information that you were you saw the you're solving mystery. Yes. And I I suppose in a way you were more kind of on a on a video game quest, which as I I'm told requires a lot of focus, which is not what I give to movies. So I would I would. Honestly, look away for ten seconds. And then five new characters would be screaming about something that was like oh shit while I messed up miss something. And I had to rewind. And then it's not like the ten seconds that I missed provided any information or insight. It was just kind of jumping around. So I I actually experienced the real gaps between the ideas it like literally because I thought that I kept missing something. And then it just was never really there. It's funny. United spend a lot of time on this show talking about the movies. They don't make any more. They don't make built dramas. They don't make thrillers. They don't make rom coms. They don't, you know, all of these categories were always talking about lamenting, oh Hollywood is lost its way. And it's all big ten actions that piece movies. This is the kind of movie that we're saying they don't make any more movie stars leaning into a big showy part. It's high concept. It's not based on any IP. And yet

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"mcconaghy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mcconaghy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"For. We don't hear the star that was mentioned going into it. But anyway, what's it all about how do you like it? Well, this is one weird movie it so it starts out as kind of a film. Wa Matthew mcconaughey plays the owner of a charter fishing boat on an island is the location in which it's never revealed and he's approached by his ex wife played by Anne Hathaway, who's kind of fen phen tall here to kill her. Second husband. She's a chartered the boat to to take her husband out fishing, and she doesn't want her husband to come back from the trip. She tells her husband Matthew, mcconaughey that her new husband is abusing her and mcconaghy's child is stepchild. Now, who's an introverted boy who stays at home just playing video games on the computer all the time and McConnell is obviously torn what should he do? Now, all of this seems like typical nineteen forties kind of territory, but the atmosphere is so strange and weird and characters are so odd and peculiar that you can tell this film is going somewhere else, especially when you have a boat named serenity. You know that the author has some ironic meaning. Name and the movie actors a puzzle and at the end it tries to pull the rug out from under you, and it does. So, but in a way that's likely to lead, you frustrated and angry rather than entertained. Visit one of those weird movies that might become a camp classic. But when you go into it for the first time, I think you're going to be genuinely disappointed despite the star power that the film, obviously possesses. Apparently that was Matthew mcconaughey. Speaking recognize it, but. Grizzled voice. All right. This next one. I guess it's been out nationwide. In Dallas Fort Worth and Dave's been waiting for you to review, the STAN and Ollie. And.

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"mcconaghy" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"mcconaghy" Discussed on Venture Stories

"The only way you can trust anything happening but then you'll realize you can extrapolate that any anything that happened in reality so we'll have you sort of web of trust he's trusting other ps and signing things happening in the real world on if you will and now when you try getting top that your attention sending people to like commit to sort of big realities of what happened in the real world and in my case it's usually medical or ideological lying on my actually times physical reality and then prove that concert and they'll be about do so isn't that weird future where you know everyone is sort of trying to figure out what is actually happening in your world but it doesn't really know and the only people they are placing if they're out of what actually happened in the real world so reality itself would become a ballistic like if it's something you don't even even like an eighty percent but it happened right like religion and jerusalem not gonna be things like augmented reality goggles where that where we wear them there they will regain the world ruler front of us right and the sort of like our reality you normally we see what we see when it rises is the is the truth right but what we're walking around and everything we see you know basically people get race from we don't see them as they walk down the street right has there may be turned into like knows insiders and that's a religious thing this'll unworthy to but it's interesting you think it would have rains there is a as reality is sort of like what model it rings instructed world right and we only have little tiny little holes into the world she was going be our eyes and our ears and everything else is their own beliefs that is charging us role model so you know the world is the squirrel same thing and without actual problems because you know what what is order out and it's the end versa would tribes agree when until luton which is this web of trust of various leafs and so it's basically of your draft hundred how do you let your world weddell in drafts middle muddle rose model based on the perceptions in the belief that you have and you know the truth is much more effective much publicity bit ahead be like funding didn't happen if it wasn't exactly or more gerard height reality and that that is a rebound by the way like i love that when he pursued in time insight oh wow this is the future so even if it's on the blocking it's still a claim right so that's the first step and then has the invalidated validated by your rubber press around you right so sort of like filter bubbles of today's society that into the end agree here's here's how how you you guys guys think think about you know how will think about identity and reputation watching world you one which i've had is what is what is ceo believer identity look like i was just talked to some osman regretting out of projects where trying to basically subdivide people's identities or reputations insensitive injuries as crypto reputation that he hasn't politics reputation is politics reputation suffers z says quote about o'neill's in india his technology reputation doesn't saw her as minute set.

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"mcconaghy" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"mcconaghy" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Don't have to start with stock with art feeding meetings right you can have a self driving car that also happens to own itself right like maybe you know diner manufacturers it and then over the span of five years it's it becomes his own uber driver in vise itself back you know at leasing plan from daimler right so you've got this car driving around its stone corporation has presented us right and in owns itself right and of course you have the self driving stuff winning car if these repairs contracts contract soda tow trucks from the pick it up etcetera right and you know you have one car to car is a whole fleet of cars and maybe you have answered of macaroni inserts bindings up to and maybe it's his own ai dow and see two cars trucks and then you have you know civil selfloading roads right so right now roads are created by governments which pool together resources from a bunch of taxpayers and then they go and build those roads right while in the future any community it could be the cars could be humans gold together resources to build a road bill the power grid oliver's and so over time we can actually have sort of the infrastructure around us all these atoms that we use to interact with the world from you know from transits to energy food all of this this could be actually a whole bunch of independent agents that are owning their economies whatever to be necessary like with the eye but a china of these winning court and indirectly in their own ways and you think about it this is a you know plus effort second and think it like sort of nature onepointoh what's a tree right it's kind of taking resources like sunlight and moisture and ends two and a putting oxygen and growing would manufacturing would all these things right and it's doing kind of its own thing it doesn't it sort of this atomic thing and forests and roderico citizens and so on as well as you know lions bears and mosquitoes and all this right and so that's sort of the nature onepointoh and but how how i see a sort of towards this weird future you we have put into potential for nature two point oh where you go these ai dow's that are enabling self driving cars and swarms of self driving cars and cell phone are grids cell phoning forests electoral et cetera and this is sort of a you know potentially new infrastructure for civilization so humans don't have to worry about engines next layer as these these things around us that are that are helping us sort of this cradle civilization just like nature onepointoh is a critical to those incheon nature two point oh can be that too so that's kind of a positive framing it's you know we're but it's a positive way to see how things can go right and you i really nice vision of you know a a slice of what blockchain can help him on my thought is totally right about it and when i say that all right about sunday's opening fully thinking through interrogate but i think that might be likelihood of sunday developing fun in years all reality making and concerts comes from snapshot chef nation about the way people are consuming information and like your right increasing easier fake official content shops near you say and you could make fun say everyone and he disposed to and often at worst real right so increasing the anything that are seeing won't be harder to trust that it actually happening not so that it ought to be told that one way one way to suck mission workers you say okay well this is going to that be you shouldn't be fun and they should say say shit this is the problem solvers and i they'll know say who main of me at us reduce by president of the united states in find by his signature and united states as peter fees us this year that happens anything amend is trusted near suffered from an homage because he can also be vinci forged or it could be hacked and any you don rose angel over where sunny eighty four game and so you'll get hey i am sorry or people that the flippity keyed on his own by presidency of the united states about everything then found but he is readable and this accident go reality that's.

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"mcconaghy" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"mcconaghy" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Hey everybody welcome to venture stories five vogel or a fascinating episode welcomed by simon delivered year and trent carnegie simon and pleases us banks her adding a good so i'm finding i've been in the pin faith now for quite a while most sort of thought of developing thirteen and then in many beginning of twenty fifteen started working earnestly with contentious and consensus i was one of the first few employees and since then in early for few network in a bunch of projects in this place from helping design a yorkie twenty tokens standards to hanging up new kinds of token economic models to wear been most of my time these days where can project cool who genetic which is bringing blockchain to industry i'm a full stack of bursa i just you know i do whatever's necessary to make pumpkin how about you try yeah thanks for having my background i spent on this decades doing ai a for machine creativity for helping drive moore's law computer chip design that sort of thing and got it in the buxton spoons really heavily of starting with five years ago with ibm election describe in that work more into virginia me which the blockchain database and more recently we've expanded and been working also on ocean which is about shifting from data silos to modernising data sharing data if you make it more acceptable to the planet and along the way have a lot of sides insurance and stuff in in crypto and a and the intersection everything from a douse to token models took engineering this sort of thing you know it's it's a fun space to be part of an introducting with with awesome people like simon to help grow this field together you guys by topic so we're gonna win cover view of the one is our nose eras pablo they've out what what those are wider for you know someone and i were both actually thinking you're supposed back but at least two years we've been to eat a lot about you know how does he i really to washington zone when day when seven berlin over drinks with myself and greg whelan we kind of started riffing and ended up at this idea of a does which is a is you know can be an agent or even dumber but moving on a decentralised substrate smart contract theory on and what that might mean you know sort of this guy kind of runs around sort of like it's more computer virus are benevolent computer virus and then you know what if the examples of that one one that emerged business idea of the arch dow where it physically can generate arch automatically using technologies genetic programming argue burning and with that sell it to say online platforms like open bizarre and then with accumulate wealth overtime and get you know wealthier and wealthier in it's simply this more contract that sticking leading wealth over time and there's lots of resources like lots of directions you can generalize it to like self evolve it's code and and ticking no cell cellphone assets all this a much more broadly so but the archdiocese is kind of a cool launching point in it to interest of mine you know going back in your world end and simon another so it's just a really kind of cool thing to sort of sink your teeth into as a as an initial way to sort of explore the technology of dow's day i together in kind of a fun win i think i think we've got to this topic initially because during that time it was when the dow came about and i think we were like wondering like how to improve the sort of decision making process of the dow and one of.

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"mcconaghy" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"mcconaghy" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"About rooster mcconaghy's show for lou thank you when what what time of year nine two thousand nine week after super bowl season over before baseball gets going what do you think i've never been one to think that i mean granted i wasn't around for the usfl that that through thirty thirty and things of that nature had donald trump not told them to go head to head with the nfl that lee could made it i just don't think there's an appetite for football to that degree i mean if you look at where the interest of kids are these days the premier league soccer get so much interest the kids are playing work craft in when the kids played out that night night night do you think some backup players or some college heroes are going to get the kids off a fortnight in me is a big football fan i don't wanna watch that my mind is into is into college basketball and baseball i i'm a i mean i think you're right about the younger generation i think tony i think you should us mindset a little bit i'm one of those people who the weekend after the super bowl like what nasa so i would probably tune it in whether or not it's gonna hold my interest i guess we'll come down to how here's what i here's what i think i think that the next sport or the next league that learns how to control the high ground of betting and enables you to bet during games repeatedly on plays that you understand football is so suited to this because of the play clock it's basketball is not hockey is not baseball is it's not because of the plague baseball is not suited to this because you can't give too many runs football the the concept of betting on football is what the one thing that makes this make me think that that this could be attractive betting.

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"mcconaghy" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"mcconaghy" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Well it it was just you don't you don't know you don't know what happened so you don't really know what you're supposed to we just had to shoot it with a variety of different expressions in attitudes uh women we didn't do a ton of takes but we definitely did some versions that were oh he he slipped in some versions that were more he jumped in the way you cut it together it's it doesn't seem as much i personally myself feel very strongly that it doesn't matter leica like he he's gone and it sucks and some people made it through that time simple didn't and he whether he did it on purpose at that moment is not the point to me governor at but but back then i read didn't i didn't know going in what your plan was for the end so it was you know how do you what what are you supposed to convey their as you're sitting there soon so we just did a couple of different things i'd i'd love to how you put it together yeah tone wise i think he was trying to be true to these people and how they would handle the tragedy i mean we know from talking to them in from reading the book know peter ivers played beautiful dreamer on our monica at his gravesite in just burst into screams you know like the emotion of that day of that funeral was incredibly raw but these are also as bill murray says the findings people in the world so finding how they would navigate their grief was the challenge in the opportunity trying to find something that would be true to the horror they felt but also there are almost herat's like need to you know say something at least attempt to be fun and throughout that scene we tried to use real things you know what michael johnny's says about jumping off the chevy with something he said i don't know who is actually the funeral but the bill murray line about everybody funny is here knows laughing was not said at the funeral but it was something he had said looking back upon it i believe we tried for all the characters brian mcconaghy's pitching some movie that was in the project he was working as we always tried to give these characters the real.

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"mcconaghy" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"mcconaghy" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"Go where if you're driving a car you can drive for good because lincoln really sucks me whereby dick is what a human matthew mcconnahey is just for future reference but he was that um new york giants monday night football and we're plan against them and we are warming up in adversaries areas kicking field goals in warmups that i'm done on my knee holding warm you know and i'm looking around and i start seeing that new york giants they have like the stars coming out right mcconaghy's there there's a bunch of other new york personalities there they stray and was there at the time i was a holy shit is a big deal in while vinnie setting up to kick like a forty five yard field goal or something in warmups were does fucking around just me mad overton inhabitants uri i'm sitting there and and i'm down take a spot in vinnie goes back to take his steps in a look over and i make contact with mcgahn i am like this is a mumber in i'm like me and mcdonough are having a fucking reallife moment on i with live ii and lived in mother like right is looking at me i'm looking at him looking to me i'm looking at him on my lock it up lock it up we have a moment and i started hitting my chest mm mm mom right mckanna what does he do certificates jazz batter i'm leonardo dicaprio all of a sudden a fucking see did you have a fucked julie's order a dry martini or so now i do know that i fucking didn't let rose push me off the goddamn board i know that in the fucking water i got up on the board in that situation because i was leo but vinnie gift i go like holy shit ago set cold bang vinnie kicks eggshells coolest thing i've ever been a part of the my wife invidious iit was a 45 your vilgam vinnie abbott avas get off your own dick right there i just had who wolf of wall street situation just pop off with mr lincoln himself fucking mckanna hey over there it was a real moment in for me that's like a topfive mona in my life for him to in raindrop and is in a fucking thunderstorm for him does even remember that happened in i bet it made my whole life my whole life it was a just me and.

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"mcconaghy" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"mcconaghy" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"The roman civilization world woman or classic world i don't know if that's what they're going to do in the hbo could as you said those are just you know the goes are just sort of relocation motifs that they used to drive the the larger point ryan is doesn't have to be a western source be could have been done in any of the other race to anyway let's take a look at something brand new stephen king again using a gunslinger for more or less a horace sifi i guess fantasy harder to find this one possible cancelling rate anonymously black one straw the tower predictable dumb worlds if it falls i will be unleashed at said the dark tower and we've gig apparently you've got and it if you read the stephen king books it's basically what would you say a signpost the towers like a a a wall if you will between electric like sort of a sort of like even thrones between the two worlds alka and the gunslinger does a gunslinger there that's the hero whose trying to keep death out of this particular location michael mcconaghy's math bikinis is plays death that's one of your favorite actors matthew mcconaughey i don't even know if henry spot that could have in the movie up i guarantee you he in some way some shape or form he's taken the suraphan that movie it's going to have this guy's got to show the arabs off were rego that's the only part you watch from what i and but but you know you you dislike him so i'm i'm sure as an actor and maybe as a person i don't know personally but how do you think you would enjoy the movie knowing that that this guy is in it yes because he's playing in evil character in usually in the movies the evil cowards goes down in flames at some point and so therefore i will cheer it's good to have him as a battle i will cheer on this is a gunslinger too.

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"mcconaghy" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"mcconaghy" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"She is the daughter of mcconaghy's old teacher coupes old teacher a professor brand braying wade by a hilariously made to look kind of young michael caine 'cause they're going to need to each him thirty years but little yellow in that had his hair looks wild i keep saying that but it's true um uh and very very friendly yes igor they like putting a little scared alkubaissi but their front all path and as they finally revealed to him they are nasa are operating a secret and they are dealing with a worm hole that was noticed in space underneath saturn's rings 48 years ago that is to another galaxy and on in this worm hole or other worlds that we might live on and they sent people into the worm hole to look at the planets and now we've gotta take ourselves in there there's three that seem viable the three astronauts to france there the three asked her competitive advantage in space travel yes off a different mollahs faced routes exactly there's three planets in one system that seem potentially viable so they need coop and some scientists to go in there with a big amount of ge's they've got a just probe they got alleges of full of human eggs like they've got like a population bombs what they call it got not since something about mary has just been so central and they want to essentially connors a new world because earth is dead they have two plans plan b is what i just subscriber to centuries go new world with the with the exit that jake new people have forget everyone else yeah but plan is uh you go this building here right it's a spaceship this building is a spaceship.

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"mcconaghy" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"mcconaghy" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Is in my opinion done very well because this thing the mcconnahey tapped and nautile as an actor where he just found this undercurrent of emotion and figured out how to you know restrained as much as possible uses charisma to keep himself engaging but not feel the need to show what he's feeling is really powerful in the stuff with the children because it feels like a very very specific depiction of eternal love that i feel like i don't often see actress play um he in a way the gets me this motion they even just the way he puts his arms around her son there's there's a very hottie land which is a really interesting actor he is is a little height but i like every moment he's onscreen with one the kits in the movie school like god this dad loves his kids so much and he's so fucking worried for them because of the state of the world ranked and i find that very heartbreak and he cannot really accept this idea were like would that he's being told over nigger which is like we have to adapt we have to farm we can't look at the stars which act like what he was sort of trained to do when he was an engineer and his associate third element to this section of the movie where it's like an anti exceptionalism like let's just settle for just later the up a ho right that that that brad bird stream you know very clear said this whole sections hitting on a lot of things that i really like and i just think like mcconaghy's like turn straight straight he so let me move us through what happens is they follow these gravitational nominees to keep fucking everything up around them yet.

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"mcconaghy" Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

Cracked Movie Club

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"mcconaghy" Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

"Fifth dimension mckanna hey falls into in which is just endless murphy rooms young bookshelves on bookshelves and strings that the set they built that no it's not of cut it out a made ari a cut it out the male areas a set pain none are turn everything off but a healthy is about action light amidror's essentially that it has apparently there's a there's a few shots net senator lit only by the projectors yet but yet they built that main area is a set liked it there so you can see it in the behind the scenes features but there's like merck's bed suspended in the air and then a lamp suspended near so that they had a physical space for mcconaghy's on wires to move around and interact with and you they have the strings the you cg obviously to extend the images and make it look like this endless thing but they built that flip and set and it's huge they built at vertically like they did with fina this bishop said nerve it's crazy it's i never would have thought that was a set i just assumed mcconnell was on wires in front of green screen yeah i i do you just don't know another way to do it like that's a spot where you're you'd be accepting of cgi because how would you not doing la apparently a big reason why was a nolan was saying i think nolan somebody in the behind the scenes material for this film was saying that it was and it was necessary for the performance because in the script that sequence is so abstract i mean it's pretty abstract in the movie too when you get to that sequence you're like.

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"mcconaghy" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"mcconaghy" Discussed on Hound Tall with Moshe Kasher

"An asteroid that yet we think might be hazardous to begin a track its orbit make sure that it's actually dangerous evaluate how dangerous it might be so if it has a certain percentage of chance of hitting the earth than will stay depends on how big it if it's a big asteroid will probably santa gravity attract or if it's a small one we might hit it might actually blow it up depending on how smaller um and so it it kennedy depends what it's made of where it is is there a possibility that in the water on one of these asteroids there could be some sort of virus some sort of a terrifying thing could land here and in fact us all good ask course streak hartling pitch for mcconaghy's g are we the factually another thing that we actually worry about not getting it that's called so predicting the planet from asteroids screens aides yeah yeah four vampire disease or zombie disease so protecting the earth from asteroids in the field of planetary defence protecting the earth from bacteria skull planetary protection so and plated protection works both ways love suit whose responsibility is it to use thought protection go by the store mater you called an enhanced gravity condom weed so what are what what's the doomsday scenario for a bacterial infection from an asteroid so the hope is actually nothing with asteroids is if if you were coming in through you know you have the atmosphere protecting urine so you'd bring you brighten up on reentry and then nothing we'd really survived that phnom but the things we worry about for example when we go to mars or other planets that might have.

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"mcconaghy" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"mcconaghy" Discussed on About to Review

"Thai bed he his one of the things that one of the other things going back to it this is a ninety minute moving did they crammed everything into that everything is solved in the last thirty seconds yet like they tie everything together last thirty was mummy right when they're just like oh no the mumia affiliated and with everything tied to get it out and let me still didn't i called the mummy i had no closure after watching that movie now and left so angry how dare she is ancient artifacts as a weapon i mean due to go do no not with ancient artifacts you don't if i was in a museum and i had a fight for my life i billy can we take out so i am pleased given epoch also soto is the route they wrap it up rather quickly real quick especially if this is going to lead into other things this is one of those movies were make it two hours in a make it a little bit more that stretching were planning on was woody due to know you you explain well here's your development world development there are only unlike wet three different sections of the world and they're talking about how is going to take six months to get from that planes area to wear matthew mcconaghy's crew as okay that means at that world is incredibly vast the only way to travel through it is by foot so delve into that a little bit of that world development of job into character development how did matthew mcconnahey become a sorcerer what happened all the gunslingers like they had opportunities even if it was just through flashbacks too like matthew mcconaughey could have even had flashbacks for how he ought to where he was like there are things that they could have done with a lot more time and of them when when you show the creatures and i forget the name in the books when show some of the creatures in this film without the skin on them when they are just the for and one point meth makoni was like put some skin on you look disgusting.

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"mcconaghy" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"mcconaghy" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"No definitely agree and very helpful that cnn is they to give all of his exposition again i am hyper aware that they are just hand holding us along this movie feels that gets geared for young audiences this feels like a nominee the or a hunger gangs yeah i was thinking divergent mees runner that those ones i haven't seen but are definitely for the teens i think it is meant for tweens and teams you've got a point i hadn't considered that because i've come with this i come to this movie from the point of view of having read the books now and we always try to bring those three different viewpoints so i was coming to see what they did with the stories the stories are certainly not that but my feeling was that this was to dulled this pg 13 rating a i think it could have been pg they don't even use their one f bomb and be there's so much cillian murphy violence in this movie and so much just offscreen death unlike what is supposed to be the impact of this i'm really feeling let down but i don't go see divergence and i feel hunger games had more edge than this movie does if they wanna make a pg thirteen to get more kids to see this whatever fine i don't have a whole lot of problems with how they cut the violence there is one seem though where the man in black i guess we have com walter he tells the girl hate a little girl i feel like if this was are rated you'd have seen that little girl like attacker mother instead of just like cuts away i wasn't that divvy like that i went through all the trailers to see if there was a stinger at the and i wanted to see her like stabbing her mom about popular he is the worst villain ever is he he is first of all a micro manager second of all he's wandering through new york city i love the look of mckanna hey as the man in black i think mcconaghy's giving everything he can to a poorly written role.

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"mcconaghy" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"mcconaghy" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"I just happened to have it up because i felt the same thing you felt but continue yeah and i i think is better in that role like i think there's a there's a kind of a swagger that comes across in that character that anybody else would have to fake kind of naturally has it so yeah that that's that's actually really did like about this adaptation and mcconaghy's performance made me wish that the movie had been better so that maybe they could have made some sequels to its yet continued to see him do that he was very he was the his malevolence was the thing his can vary the cold the charisma kind of coupled to the malevolence without necessarily like sometimes when movie stars play a bad guy there's a lot of like there's a lot of signalling that goes around the issue of like aren't i brave to be not liked even a little bit in this film and one of the one of the notable things about about matthew mcconnahey and this is that he's just very you know a he's he's just very willing to be very suave vely cruel and very sort of swazi malevolent in his sort of quiet sexy way rather than being you know what i mean rather than than twirling his mustache and quite the you know in quite the way the that you that you might expect from someone going against type in this in this particular way so i guess that's always i guess it's sort of uh uh an element of malice has always been his.

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"mcconaghy" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"mcconaghy" Discussed on Double Toasted

"But mrs are seen him another movies but this is the first time a i was like on sam sheppard we hadn't seen him in a while he made his big resurgence here and then he'd been in i think every jeff nichols movie sense then yeah yeah in those two had a a lot of respect for each other but alleged like sam shepard had much respect for must saw something a thumbs up some himself in matthew mcconnahey because the he just he had a lotta great things to say about in the slow an article arm an interview from vanity fair where he's talking about matthew mcconnahey as an actor and how much he feel like he's one of those actors out of any by this generation it really really bound who he is and brought it to the screen barrier at wipe out mckanna hey air that were getting berger i face habit of a kanazawa late in the day that was directed at gribbon after he is he couldn't fuck us it's really great to see it after find himself in his soldier in dallas buyers club nor hammarberg remeasured likes icing on as she serves oscar his for my yeah nicest think about baton and he's a reminder unilever i love the way you look right now you right in my can act when we have this but they did really have a mutual respect which other so much that matthew mcconaughey this is a big thing like if you'll know zam jeopardy is right now of something has gone viral at the moment is matthew mcconaghy's reaction to his death they were he was in an interview donald a red carpet our press floor the dark tower and they said so how do you feel about your friend sense sam shepard passenger jesus and this is his in on it that allow people love in this because is a genuine react he's not gonna tyree the natha day after work again right fanfare group sam shepard no ron.

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"mcconaghy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"mcconaghy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"We asked about anti mm my first time talking to him so but you can ask okay let's go i see how it goes we'll go plan themselves who can mcconaghy's they come on his he loves the show is big post bacani definitely love the guy who can just fifth second time you like me but first time three was gay scottie so we're not going to give you gandhi here i don't think i don't think we're gonna get okay i want to try something with you here okay great we've been thinking about this and thinking about the way this event causing the next minute it's going to screw up everything but we're going to take him been gandhi but this could bomb anyway but i've brought up this theory numerous times before an and i think it's it's gaining some traction and just how we are trashing nba stars because of the comes in the playoffs now imagine if you were doing talk radio historically and you just started talking about the resumes have great warriors what would you say let's think some of the things that we say airfare as i pointed out of kabul shutting some of the things they're anti staffer unfair and we'll see how many people agree when we do so to be a interrogation cross examination of me on that one but if you look back through history right lotta great warriors leaders of man sure historical figures inspiring galvanized the troops when we look at big oh we go oscar hours hoick astra will double but know was he was winning their more possessions back then bill russell surely levin rings thirteen seasons but there's less teams no free agency it's not the same there's always all the residents yeah the lakers got lucky with the draft picks him in they win the thing the james worthy that doesn't happen again breitbart scott so we do a lot of this they give you an iraqi sitting around and doing a talk show.

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