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Nolan #3 - Insomnia / Blow the Man Down / True History of the Kelly Gang

Filmspotting

09:42 min | 3 months ago

Nolan #3 - Insomnia / Blow the Man Down / True History of the Kelly Gang

"From Chicago. This is film spotting. I'm Adam Kanner and I'm Josh. Larsen can't be easy to keep working after three days. No sleep to keep focus. You're seeing things yet. Cause little flashes tricks alight that's Robin Williams with Al Pacino in Christopher Nolan's insomnia from two thousand and two as the follow up to his mind. Bending breakout hit. Memento insomnia struck some at the time as a frustratingly straightforward thriller. This week we continue our Nolan who've review with a fresh look plus we'll have thoughts on three new releases all available online more. Can I get up Pacino ahead? Unfilled SPOTTING Welcome to film spotting Josh. The theaters are closed. But the movies keep coming at least if you know where to look this week. We've got reviews of three new releases. Include ONE. That's definitely a golden brick. Were the debut. That's the cozy noir thriller. Blow the man down a feature debut set in Downey's main and the down under set the true history of the Kelly gang from director. Justin Kurt Sel and the high school set Sela and the spades one. You caught up with Josh Ross. Going to continue our Christopher Nolan who've review with two thousand? Two's insomnia the black sheep. Maybe of the Nolan filmography. We'll see if it does deserve that reputation later in the show first though let's talk some new movies for a change including that Australian import true history of the Kelly gang mother soldier pan. You cost me you. Can that back a child? It is already traveling. Full tilt toward the men are would become. That's from the trailer for True History of the Kelly gang which is available to rent ondemand this weekend. The director is Justin Kerr. Zal who previously made twenty eleven the snow town murders than in two thousand fifteen. He did Macbeth. Which starred Michael Faster and Marion Cotillard? All three of them re teamed for two thousand sixteen assassin's creed now. Kelly gang is set in colonial Australia. Where Kelly and his group of anarchists violently rebel against their British rulers nineteen. Seventeen George MCI plays Ned Kelly. The film also stars Russell. Crowe Nicholas Holt Thomasson. Mackenzie and Charlie Hunnam so strong. Cast their Adam. You're able to get an early look at this one before. It's on demand release. Did the cast live up to. Its Promise House the film in general some of it definitely did in terms of the cast. This is actually my first. Kerr Zal film. Haven't seen any of the other three that you mentioned despite the fact that Michael Fast Bender has been in those two that you mentioned and I'm always down for Good Shakespeare Adaptation. I can't compare obviously this film the Kelly Gang to his adaptation of Macbeth specifically but there is a lot of the Scottish play in his telling of Ned Kelly. Se Davis from our beloved. The Baba Duke plays his mother in this film and she is not someone to cross. She's domineering she's vengeful. It's born from years of oppression as a woman and as an Irish woman living under English rule in Australia. You hear her in the trailer. Seda a young Ned. You're a man. Now you go out and show the world. This isn't a gentle mother's encouragement. It's an order and like Macbeth himself. As ned gets closer to his fate the matter he gets and that unhinged hallucinatory spirit is. What colonel taps into visually think about the late nineteenth century? We get in. John Hill coats the proposition as a counterpoint. This is not that at all. This is realism clashing with fantasy to the point where there are times in certain sequences and shots. Josh especially a recurring motif of a man riding a horse. That feels more like more door than the Bush way outside Melbourne. And so I've dropped Macbeth. I've dropped Lord of the rings throw in the assassination of Jesse James by the Coward. Robert Ford and the pop aesthetic of Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette. Except with punk instead and you get some sense of what watching the true history of the Kelly. Gang is really like which may sound really amazing to you and other people. Yeah I'm I'm hooked so far. Yeah it's definitely a lot and honestly it was a little bit too much for me. Wants so much to be this fiery sneer. That doesn't conform do conventional biography and it's full of these big ideas about colonialism and storytelling and masculinity and challenging gender and sexual norms. The gang the Kelly gang actually wears dresses for me. It's just all too much of a performance of assault to really embrace and actually MCI is part of it. He's a really intriguing presence and has an unsettling physicality that he definitely brings to this role. A presence was kind of all he was in nineteen seventeen. That's kind of by the design of that film and I haven't read anything about his performance but I wouldn't be shocked to learn that he went really method here that he he went so deep. And as I said there's there's an intensity to it there's a real physicality to it but he's burrowed so deep into it. So deep into Ned Kelly psyche that he never emerges for me and I can appreciate the audacity of what Kerr's doing here and his. I our first shot of young. Ned actually is him peering through a slit in his makeshift home while his mother is engaged in a sex act with a paying customer. That's a British officer played by Hunnam and then later at the end it is big showdown with authorities. He's wearing iron over his head for protection. With the sliver is is that matches that exact same point of view so crucial knows what he's doing absolutely and he does have a really game cast Russell. Crowe shows up for a little bit in this movie. And there's a lot of fun as outlaw. Who Basically pays for? He buys a young Ned as an indentured servant to teach him the trade. And I really like Nicholas Holt. In this movie. He shows up maybe about midway through as a really charming despicable and entitled English constable. Who BEFRIENDS NED in the family? Until the family decides that they're not going to subjugate themselves to him like he expects everyone to do so some juicy fund performances here and crystals definitely doing allot as I said in terms of the filmmaking sounds like there might even be a little bit of animal kingdom in there too with the mother son Dynamic and of course the Australians setting so I. I'm intrigued by those comparisons. We'll we'll have to see if the catch up with if it works a little bit better for me. The True History of the Kelly gang is available to rent on demand right. Now the new one you caught up with Josh is called Sela and the spades the directing debut of Theresa Poh. It had its debut back in January at Sundance and it came to Amazon prime. This past weekend in your letterbox review you wrote any movie that mixes the DNA of mean girls. Brick and schooldays has my attention. We're all over the place with our references in this show so far. Tell me more. Yeah this this could be a lazy short and in some ways doing this exercise. But I think it's it is really helpful in this case because those are great films with distinct styles each trying to do something that maybe you hadn't quite seen before done in that way and mixing it all together is really exciting. That also puts a ton of pressure on a relatively small film like Sela and the spades and so I don't know if it's the sort of pressure this movie can entirely bare but I like that. All of these elements are in here that the basic scenario is selling. The speights takes place at an elite boarding school and we follow the illicit dealings and also the the relationships among various student factions there called and each of these factions. They're essentially like criminal gangs. So Sela played by Lovey Simone. She runs the drug-dealing spades. And you know there are maybe some Macbeth Lady Macbeth specifically comparisons to make here in her ambition and the way she holds grip on power. She does take an underclassmen under her wing. But as we come to learn you know it may not be the most altruistic reasons that underclassmen played by Celeste O'Connor now both of those performances are really strong by Simone and O'Connor There are some good supporting turns to. I could see this being one of those smaller. First films where two or three of the actors in them and this happened with mean girls as well right pop up in later films and you really see what what great talents. They have their There's also the whole criminal element calls on brick of course that this is going on among high schoolers beneath the adults is. It's kind of amazing. How little the adults have to play in in this world And then there are some really striking flourishes by PLO as director. And here's where some of the the school days Spike Lee school days comparisons come in because Sela is also the head of the spirit squad for the school and they have a direct address to the camera routine just about what. It's like to be a seventeen year old

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"michael fast" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

10:43 min | 6 months ago

"michael fast" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"To a c green at the top of the key. Steve Kerr chaos chaos. I feel that we give oral sex watching cat. Ooh Oh I died Dennis off. Who DOES HOPPER DENNIS? Hof Do think Dennis Hof died. Shoot at three Jimmy. Kimmel do Dennis Hopper one of the sixty or seventy greatest actors. He died last year thing. Didn't he hawked. I gotta own the kind of the fucking raffle in Nevada. Yeah he's been dead is all fucking lifted. No He's been alive live do lives. Did you see the pictures of the women was nasty? Yeah I don't think I have. I wouldn't have any of those go to that place. Would I guess just prison? I was feeling I guess. Would you ever get a prostitute? I end high end ten grand where someone like Abu Dhabi or something. Yeah one of the sand dollars. Yeah fucking little desert dwellers Oh yeah I give him his car dashing type of gals you know they got that. If you if you could have been risky pretty woman what would appear to be probably Judi dench now. We're on the same page. There clothes for me Julia on Dreyfuss. No truly aunt Julie Andrews Julia Child's child that is Julia from pretty one trillion Rob Julia Roberts. You could name Julia Roberts leaving Julia and pretty woman but you know the most the most famous actress and not even an obscure Julia Julia. That's not real man naming those broads if you could waking up right now and wake up as a famous male celebrity just wake up and then your hip. Who is it James Woods? Oh I thought your say James I mean some fun roles I guess I'm trying to think a big Dick really fast. Bender has pipe apparently. Have you seen pictures and drawing on? Yeah Yeah this guy. Got CAUGHT ALMOST TO HIS KNEE. Tickle his talks on the Internet. Hey Siri show me a picture of Michael Fast? Benders invented that probably invented that technology presidential bid. I found his big huge cock online. Check out some searches. Here's what I found for Michael Bender huge cock online and saved a few top line for news. Do you think he saw Moore penises before the internet or after the war. I just follow broad Taymor penis because when we were everybody showed their cock but but as a man but as women probably seacock way more now the technology because Dick. Pics are sent out all the time. I'm only using lot less than when we first got phones. Everyone was centered on time out. I'm not talking about the strangers. People Send Dick to be with their talking to look. I'll send it to guide. It's almost a girls the crazy guys under the gross. What crazy. That's the normal scenario? Dude Jason Tibo. One hundred bucks. He lets me use pictures of his Dick on similar his Dick as thick. It doesn't matter it's still you're sending a picture of a Dick Dick Dick. I don't think it holds up in court. They would say that was my. That's how my Dick or you just got hit by a fucking straight single again. I'd be sending out Limp Dick Pics. Hi there is. I sent a girl. One time is a picture of the shadow of your debt into a house mask and a little mini night and makes it look so much bigger because you can just back away the wall. They have When I was young they had a dude who would draw Jerusalem policy for you for the weekend. Let you take it home guy at the fair. Pay 'em four bucks. I just a good artist. Yeah we'll just drop some draw. Some good eve make eighty dollars on a Friday. Thick high school. Kid know this Middle Schools. Six Raider draw plus and you take it home. Oh Yeah you pay for it. That's now you're finding. I took a picture of somebody in front looking to ask. Look at that fucking look at Holy Shit on know what that is a stupid. He's not talking anything in those wouldn't look at look at. He's assist Goof or get no Dick on someone. Show that to the camera so they can see the rights. Michael Bender is going to green. Let us know when I was him if I had a fucking hog that put that all over the place I've put a billboard on. Oh okay. Here's Michael Fast Benders Dick this reaction. This isn't going to help the whole Dick Right there. Oh my God told You Mirror. Yeah you can even see an jeans. What do you mean it's close up? Look at that while. That's not your thing that is somebody made that somebody made a digger. Nfl genes in black jeans. Dude did you on thirteen. I can't even hear it all right. This is hiding my zipper. This is the worst Dinner Party. I've ever by four. There's gotta get divorces horrible. This is Michael Fast. Benders Dick it would be grooming their quick showing me that look at that. See The fucking outline of the helmet right there. Oh through jeans. Making his dig is putting a dent in dental. Could never be a marine. Who is go fast but none of us could be a fucking Maria. I could maybe be one. The Fuck Outta here. No remotely be remain. No memory. I can't even say definitely kept I. You'll never be accompanying. None of us could be a fucking marina. Okay Bliss right out. Let's do. Let's kick US accounting. Get rid of not kicked me out. It would make you shave your fucking head. Say Okay you're cool with that. Yeah okay second of all say what time you wake up in the morning from probably a quarter to eight not early enough not early enough you were going to probably do you make you work out the moment you wake up. No I don't then you're not a fucking marine every morning you make your bed every day. I don't believe is there anything on your floor is a chair and corporal? You got a fucking go. You're not a marine that chair fucking taking commands fifty fifty not a marine marine's. The new slogan is. Hey you do you. Do we say that if if that's installing twenty unless you don't feel like they just had some five nine fucking one near sixty in a row no breaks no breaks the fuck out. They're not doing push ups here by this. Took money in it on it. I know excuses row but money money inside a stuff like this payable and you'll do sixty push ups right here bro and Brian how much how much good I put. I put one hundred bucks as he can't get sixty. I'll put a hundred bucks a says you can't do sixteen zero. I wouldn't even do sixty for two hundred bucks regard. How much how much would you do? Sixty four maybe two G. Get the fuck this is. This is absurd. What's our budget for this show Campbell? Tripoli pro I just take from other shows and just make the same thing. I've had a lot of sugar. I'm dope it's a good Tom. Problem Muscles to engage in on at. Here's a better question in fact than sugar. How many more ups than me do you think you could do? Probably fifty five fifty five more than me so if I go bang out twenty right now. Seventy five twenty two. Now I can do. Twenty could probably give it thirty knowing that he's GonNa do eighty. Yeah how about this one hundred and twenty dollars? You guys do fifty push-ups you'll get me after. I just say that fifty push-ups Earth okay. Yeah Yeah Okay. We're going to do it on the table. I can't do it on the table. I WANNA burn my fucking eyeballs. Yeah are we GONNA do right here? Fucking watch a boy okay. I'm going to do. Let me real quick. I'm going to see how many I can do. Okay here we go along. Why maybe three four five was through his back. Fifty Bro okay. I'll do a row. Yeah for one hundred twenty table then we the money right now. I'll put down this credit card. Actually I might up from NAPA punk. Throw up I'll BURSAR. You've you've got the X. Box if I throw up you'll give you extra bug up one twenty five. We have to see the bomb though. Just alive keep it like this phone for the same player. Okay something's burning guys you only. Something's burning it's a ginger. But see the heat. I want you guys might know Andrew from I'm dying up here. Yeah he's about to hang out fifty push over. We grow one two three four five six seven s safe selling nine hundred eleven twelve. Ooh Look at him sweating row if he lived steam coming off of really. Red Red smoke. Bay Bang Rachel Young looking full of these Indians food and now he's going to do all their stunts. Were we add come on dirty true forty butthole getting all sweet?.

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CATS Movie Review

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:21 min | 8 months ago

CATS Movie Review

"Movie version of cats has been widely received as the cinematic equivalent of the arrival of the Hindenburg at Lakehurst New Jersey. Busy in one thousand nine hundred thirty seven joined now by somebody who has actually seen it and has leave thousand yard stare to prove monocle. Twenty fours Ben Ryland Ben. Ah How bad is it really. It's the kind of bad that you'll only see once in a lifetime and why I am actually quite excited Generally speaking android. I'm not one of those critics who delights indignant clause ha ha into things The critics do and there have been a lot of people especially all over twitter. Who are absolutely Louis just outdoing themselves in writing the most scathing review? That's not an art form. I enjoy however on this occasion. I'm willing to make an exception. Because of the thing is with bad films bad inept incompetent they usually just boring. It is quite special for film to be so bad that it becomes James kind of mesmerizing. Is that the kind of bad. We're talking about here. No and there is a problem there as well. So yes what you're saying is that we're not even a bad movie. No it's not it's it's a cl- it's absolutely a fascinating study of what can go wrong when you're talking about a massive David Studio film because as you say films that are legitimately legitimately bad a boring and dull and they go away quite quickly and everyone forgets about them I was riding a peaceful the globalist for this morning here on on on Monaco and I use an example of the snowman which is a film that came out in two thousand seventeen starring Michael Fast Bender it was directed by Thomas Alfredson. It had various Production problems scripts didn't work the short half the film it didn't realize until they went to editor though missing entire portions that that film doesn't work for the obvious reasons and that is a film that everyone has forgotten by. Now this is the cats is not that kind of bad. It's its own wound kind of bad because it's so the top. It's so strange. The idea from the very beginning was so bizarre to have humanoid cats that are going to be. CGI to look sort of real like real human cats is not like on stage. Where you know that there are people in in costumes? I mean you know the the kind of expectation when you have when you see something on stages that you are going to suspend your disbelief anyway in spectacle can be enough in itself. The film doesn't have that because it's made these people look like such authentic alien type mutant cat people that it immediately off putting the biggest problem cats has however aside from all Lasana as if it were just bizarre and entertaining it would be okay. The problem it has is that it's known entertaining. It's dreadfully dull. Everything is told in Song after the song after Song it spends about twenty five minutes of people. Just jumping around going well. I'm the JELLICOE COD on the jelly coca rhyming words with with jellicoe that's it. It's a really a long time to have a rhyming. Exercise that leads ultimately nowhere. The question I guess is could it have worked because on paper and I'm not a fan of the musical cats largely because I love that book old possum's book or practical cats as a kid. I can still recite yards from memory. It took years to be able to enjoy again. I'm having got the songs out of my head and the fact that it keeps coming back means I have to cleanse myself of this all over again but leaving my own prejudices aside what you have. He is is the template of a musical which is obviously popular the the soundtrack albums sold billions of copies. The musical is being a hit in cities all over the world. You had an enormous normal budget and a cast certainly not lacking in talent. We'll say away. This could have been turned into an enjoyable cinematic experience. Yeah and I think and I think most of us who left the cinema earlier this week were thinking of ways that it could have been improved and the list is as you might imagine quite long it. Certainly when you're talking I mentioned earlier. That stage and screen Different mediums. Now that is that cannot be Expressed enough because when you're on stage it is okay. Just be a spectacle. There are many musicals. That don't have a very strong storyline but it's okay okay because they are spectacular. Watch on the stage when you're in a theater it's a more intimate setting when you're at the cinema. You do need something to keep you drawn in so cats could have been better if they'd written a storyline and I don't just mean a stronger. Storyline I just made a storyline. needs to have something to keep it going thing for for two hours and it also needs to have a little bit more talking as well when you're telling the entire story of whatever is happening on on the screen and this is essentially a shall we say twenty different vignettes old cramped together but you don't really know they've in yet because it's just song to song after song to song the the only way to follow them is to know the lyrics and you can't follow every lyric to every song that's playing constantly at you so it ends up just being this big kaleidoscope of confusion Asian so yes they would have been many different ways to make this a better film. But I'M NOT GONNA come out with some sort of ingenious idea that they could have followed it really. Just this comes down to have a story and make it somehow

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"michael fast" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:48 min | 8 months ago

"michael fast" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Of slave want to ask you. What part of the country come from originate from Canada? I guess with that is on. No Canada is and I've been there myself travel for slave looking tired of this for twelve years Now Martin why on your list but I it's it's it's so well put together and yet I I get not wanting to see slave movies and such but I feel like if you're GonNa Watch one this is because of how how well it's it's directed and how it doesn't shy away from the horrors of slavery it really puts you there and I felt so emotional. The first time I watched I sat in the theater and we had to wait for everybody to leave. And it's one of those movies. We University people see like. Wow that was that was amazing. I can't watch it again. Not what that is again. But they sent us a screener and my family was watching it. And I've kind of pop back in and start watching again and since I had some already gone on through it just to sit there and watch. This movie is beautiful just the way it everything is put to put together in it and it really is is such a journey that it takes you just anybody sitting there. You know you know you don't get to have things where well this'll work out and these people are okay. It's like even like do you have people who are sadistic and some who weren't so sadistic oh they were still awful. Yeah they did nothing. Nothing which is almost just as cruel this when you look at it would probably my top twenty films of the decade. It's very good I mean just the performances by for I mean I mean I kinda hated Michael Bender so so despicable. It's like yeah I got to put yourself in that place within a scene like that. That's incredible talent stuff. He doesn't this movie. Oh my God this does. Does this John too good man. Yeah that's why that's why it's not as it's not where my top who did his job way too. I can't watch this without being mad at this morning. Nobody watches again. I'm going to go to Mike Michael his house and beat his ass. You know so much about his performance. I mean his character is how he is because he's drunk all the time and I'm like yeah. I've been around abusive alcoholics and he he nails that yeah he does he right though. It is a beautiful film. Yeah just something. I don't know if I could ever see again but I can't deny that this is a great fan also gave us. This is what the promise did. Not need that kind of intro. It though they beat her eyes red. You know Jesus Man Man I want to punch Paul down on the face sir. He's too good at that. Tell you every. There's a lot of despicable slave voters in this man. And you're like you just WanNa beat all this but the one that pissed me off the most here he is right here. One more than Michael Fast bended like if I billick better restrain myself. That's why I don't need to see this again because this is a nice guy this dude right here but if I see him after watching this shared Paul Jimoh I know. Mr Slaps Him. I was just so like the next five films I saw him just like. Don't you ever let me check because you could do nothing against Paul Giamati Mighty He's a good guy but he can't do you know if they were to go jingle and chain on this it will be the first one.

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"michael fast" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"michael fast" Discussed on The Film Vault

"She's like I wasn't even enjoying that. This is a streaming on cinemax was good news of your cinemax subscriber. Grabber is also streaming on HOOPLA. Love me some flirting with disaster. Law is a good movie is it a bad movie is somewhere in between we'll never know very disappointing the counselor twenty thirteen. It's a terrible movie breath. It's there's some good parts to it. This is the only one of mine probably only one either are less worthy. Sexual deviance occurs offscreen in the counselor 2013 wrecked by Ridley Scott starring Michael Fast Bender the sexual deviance occurs offscreen but there is no less unsettling so brad pitt's character right. He's explaining the penalty for crossing the drug cartel Tomago Bass boundaries like well you you've crossed them so here's something that could happen. They'd like to make a video of of the after they've kidnapped something from that movie. The the catfish was the cafe. It's on the on the windshield of a car from the counselor yeah November cash. How do you remember the catfish Guy Fish? It was somebody Hammering D._a.'s and she was doing that move and then she spread suction cups herself yeah actual. That's a bit of a deviant sexual dentures. There's a lot of weird on their ladies on my list and I felt bad about it. Go opportunist okay well. Here's interesting well. Here's something that happens. That's upsetting. He explains Brad picks. Fast boundaries like well. You've crossed the drug cartel hotel so here's something that could happen. They like to kidnap someone who's close to you and make a home video where they behead that person and then after the person's head has been removed from their body and asked man comes into the room still on camera and makes love to the <hes> now headless corpse and they'll they'll send you that video so enjoy if that does happen to you smash cuts later in the movie when Michael Bender has crossed the drug cartel and is poor fiance played by Penelope Cruz <hes> does get kidnapped by the cartel and fast bender is he's really sweating right. He's really upset like even you say acting his ass off of this movie he's in.

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"michael fast" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"michael fast" Discussed on The Film Vault

"She's like I wasn't even enjoying that. This is a streaming on cinemax was good news of your cinemax subscriber. Grabber is also streaming on HOOPLA. Love me some flirting with disaster. Law is a good movie is it a bad movie is somewhere in between we'll never know very disappointing the counselor twenty thirteen. It's a terrible movie breath. It's there's some good parts to it. This is the only one of mine probably only one either are less worthy. Sexual deviance occurs offscreen in the counselor 2013 wrecked by Ridley Scott starring Michael Fast Bender the sexual deviance occurs offscreen but there is no less unsettling so brad pitt's character right. He's explaining the penalty for crossing the drug cartel Tomago Bass boundaries like well you you've crossed them so here's something that could happen. They'd like to make a video of of the after they've kidnapped something from that movie. The the catfish was the cafe. It's on the on the windshield of a car from the counselor yeah November cash. How do you remember the catfish Guy Fish? It was somebody Hammering D._a.'s and she was doing that move and then she spread suction cups herself yeah actual. That's a bit of a deviant sexual dentures. There's a lot of weird on their ladies on my list and I felt bad about it. Go opportunist okay well. Here's interesting well. Here's something that happens. That's upsetting. He explains Brad picks. Fast boundaries like well. You've crossed the drug cartel hotel so here's something that could happen. They like to kidnap someone who's close to you and make a home video where they behead that person and then after the person's head has been removed from their body and asked man comes into the room still on camera and makes love to the <hes> now headless corpse and they'll they'll send you that video so enjoy if that does happen to you smash cuts later in the movie when Michael Bender has crossed the drug cartel and is poor fiance played by Penelope Cruz <hes> does get kidnapped by the cartel and fast bender is he's really sweating right. He's really upset like even you say acting his ass off of this movie he's in.

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An Interview with Actor Doug Hutchison

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

An Interview with Actor Doug Hutchison

"Next guest has a wonderful film. Fi most notably his performance in nineteen thousand nine hundred green mile was probably wanting should have been nominated for certainly one should've one. He is one of the best actors on the planet. I consider him a friend. And this is our second take part two of directors that he has worked for his name is Doug Hutchison. Doug, welcome back part two of part two. Derek? Thank you. Thanks. It's good to be back. And thank you for that very flattering introduction. I appreciate we've talked about the academy. And I'm not gonna you know, go over beat the beaten path again. But you know, I just I was looking at the top two fifty today in the green mile as I want to say twenty four, you know. And it's probably yeah. But it should be a lot higher than that. But. No. I just I looked at you know, I just I'll never understand how they nominate people who gets nominated and so forth. But you definitely that's Deborah for anybody. Who knows even king anybody who knows who follow Stephen King? They know that you you that character. And that's not always the case, Stephen King movies or characters people. You'll miss the Mark, by many cases, you know. I appreciate that. Thank you. I mean that that means a lot to me. But you know, it's interesting. I we already had a show the academy that we don't have to rehash our quandary about the whole, you know, political aspect of it. But actually, I'll send these articles to affect you. Find him. I'm sure they're on line actually have scrapbooks stuff. Stuff that time. But Warner Brothers was actually pushing me for a nomination, and I have a few of their ads when they were pushing the and then something happened. And I think it was in house at one brothers. That's by as least what I was told by then manager and probably soom happened. But they were also pushing Michael Clark Dunkin, and they could they were pushing both of us for best supporting because they wanted, of course, best actor to go to Tom Hanks. And so anyway, I think somebody is finally went wait a minute. Would we doing here, we're we're splitting our vote if we're nominating nominating to actors from one movie? We're splitting our vote. So they ended up deciding to go with one actor for best supporting out of the green mile, and they went with Michael. And you know, it was I I won't lie that that I was excited. You know? Of course when it was. Seemingly happening. But when they made that decision I won't lie was disappointed. But I think they made the right decision. Be only because you know, Michael, not only put in amazing performance. But. It's very rare. If you look at the academy's it does happen. But it's know like Anthony Hopkins the silence of the lambs at cetera and that that amazing actor in. The old man. No, no country froze men ill country for old, man. Who's that have Gordon day? I think didn't he win or something? Yes for that will use Boquet. So it does happen that they'll go for the quote, unquote, Zilin or bad guy in the movie, Denzel one for training day. You know, he played a corrupt cops, blah, blah, blah. So it does happen. But more often it the the want. The winners are the ones who are playing the protagonists the heroes the the sympathetic characters the the actors who are you know, like playing real characters like Capote and Jamie, FOX when he did rage. Ray Ray, Charles. He don't things like that. So so it didn't surprise me faced with the decision. Wonder brothers decided to go with Michael. So I was happy for Michael, you know. But I I really was you know, we were all keeping our fingers cross. But. Active. Pretty funny story about that. But maybe for another day since we're gonna talk about directors. But when we were at the same awards, something kind of strange have. Thout save it over yet though. No, I won't know thinking of your time or some other actors Michael fast bender and twelve years a slave, which is one of the best movies historical ever. Yeah. He was nominated for. Yes. So yeah, it definitely happens. But you're right. It's kind of rare for it to happen. It doesn't

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"michael fast" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"michael fast" Discussed on The Filmcast

"I mean, you've already brought up Jeremy strong who's in actor that I have come to really like especially on success of succession. And he. East? You brought this up to the the the sort of when we started see the weirdness of this world. And he's like trying to always trying to catch up with Matthew mcconaughey, and he kind of first appears in walks along the beach in his suit doesn't fit where he is. And there's I was genuinely curious like what's going on with this? The fact that. There's no video game in the history of time where the rules of the video game are a character. Like that doesn't make any fucking sense like. If you're talking about a video game, and you want it to express the rules. There's a hundred ways you could do it that make it seem like a video game having a character who wonders in and gets drunk it gets drunk, and so it spills it's being what this make any sense in the in the in the form that you have decided this movie is it doesn't hold together. Jeff, I think I think you really need to open your mind to what video games can be. And maybe that's what this movie is trying to do. You know, I'm the rules. He says I'm the rule video game. Whoops. I mean. I mean there are rules. I do want to say there was one fascinating sequence that I feel like this movie was trying to reach for some sort of greater philosophical discussion. But never gets there because it doesn't know what it's doing or maybe he just doesn't care. It's when his character the game. I guess read Miller that's his character's name is asking Bill. Dill Baker yet dill Baker who the creator is. And he's like what who is. He like, what does it all mean? And then deliver his is like, he's my son. And then he's like, okay. And then he just appears and I was like I feel like they're trying to do something about like creation or meaning of life and having achieved that and then it kind of just they kind of pass it by. I mean, you, you know, one one movie that's really stuck with me. Despite not being very good movie is like promiscuous right in the scene in promiscuous. When. I am butchering the scene. So I apologize. I'm butchering it. But he's basically like. Why do you think? Like one of the characters is like, you know, why were we made? And then this the robot played by Michael fast, painter, David. He's like he's like, well, what did you make me? And then the guy responds all we made you because we could. And he says imagine receiving that as an answer to that question. Right. Like that. Like, why why we're why we humans created, and it's like well because they could because people felt like it, and they made they made humanity that that has stuck with that idea has stuck with me right since then. And so I feel like this movie kind of touches upon that. Like what what are we doing here we're serving at the whims of this child who has an extremely advanced understanding of sexuality. But not much understanding of like real life adult behavior..

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"michael fast" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"michael fast" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"This film has been remade around thousand times and always starts off with the very famous trio of witches who doom from curtain up we're focusing on the most recent incarnation starring Michael fast bend or twenty fifteen's MacBeth Christ. I couldn't tell you anything about this. I didn't know they made a good sign. Don't remember this coming for years ago three years ago, two thousand fifteen don't remember oh doesn't mean. It's not eighty seven percent. Not mean that you're absolutely right. This could be like, you know, for certain ground. We've had it happen. A lot. I have no idea, but that's benders. Great and Marianne Kotei yard. Who was what's her name? Brian helped me in rows of. Shirley. Benjamin -ception she's been in the title role. She played, but also what critic is gonna shit on. Shakespeare, no, I don't know. This is a this could be anywhere. This could be anywhere. This could be twenty or ninety. Yeah. I don't know. All right. Everybody. Locked in. Okay. All right. I went seventy nine I played it safe. Which is always a bad move fifty one right in the middle sixty five somebody's on the nose. Oh my God. For a nice deduction. Macbeth is certified fresh seventy nine percent. How needed that that's insane for moving. Nobody's ever heard of no idea that it came out that was very random dead nuts on one. Wow. This next trio dates way back yet. So many kids today are familiar with them on? Let's go back and revisit me. And your big Beth knowledge. Well, there's a lot of movies. Tell me anything about MacBeth. No idea. I've never seen it plies Irish gal. What do I Scottish? You just call the Scottish play. So the hiring. There's a lot of theater you don't never ever Cessna Scottish. I know I've no idea what's going on. I I grew up in north Hollywood, we never we never read. I went through English and everything we never broke a part of Shakespeare, we never saw Schick airplane because I'm from Kansas where they still teach creationism, and I know plenty about Shakespeare, it's pretty weird. There are figures self selecting sample kit their few things that we never got into. We never got into all of the classic novels never gotten to the Warren pieces. Never never gotten any of that never got any form of geography whatsoever. And never got into any form of Shakespeare broken down at all ever, lots of ceramic, classes, cooking and sewing and shop class, and then this other like. You know, I guess like science and stuff like that. But we never got into all this stuff geography was totals Eero when I left you probably then you probably haven't stumbled across this online or shown it, but it would blow your mind. How many of today's phrases idioms y'all just throw around our our from. Shakespeare, a rose Danny other name all dozens dozens dozens this one is out damn spot. That's nose most famous you know that. But it's insane. That I got seventy nine on this because I've no no idea about this. All right, Hollywood, south of culture. That's right this next trio dates way back patio. You went to school out here. Right. Yeah. She guys get into geography, no geography Shakespeare, the most we did was we watched the Leonardo DiCaprio Romeo and Juliet don't you? Go fucking learning going on. I swear to God I walked out I walked out of north Hollywood high. And if there'd been a guy waiting for me on the sidewalk and went what state..

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"michael fast" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"michael fast" Discussed on /Film Daily

"I believe when Netflix really started to get into streaming, but they didn't have any of their original programming yet, and there weren't anywhere near as a high number of original shows coming from other content providers. So it's it's hard. I think to get as large of an audience together a rooting around a single show than it was when loss was popular. I think also for me the social media thing is key like. The, you know, even I think the law started in two thousand and four and that was right around the time that Facebook really started taking off. And but but even then there wasn't really there weren't really that many people talking about the show in the same way. And in in the same the same the same sheer volume that people talk about shows right now. So I think it was one of those first shows that sort of crystallized at the exact right time with the rise of social media where it was like as social media as as forms at you know, as as Facebook and Twitter and stuff like that were rising in popularity of those were growing lost was the thing that everybody was watching at that time. And like Brad said there weren't that many options weren't nearly as many options right now there's like five hundred original scripted shows on TV in a given year. And it was not like that in two thousand eight or whatever. So I think it was just a really like a case of perfect time. And all the way round yet. We're all fragmented. You know, we're watching or binging at different times for DVR ING, we're not watching week to week in there, isn't that watercooler discussion. I guess maybe each PEOs the only one that can kind of facilitate that nowadays of blitz move onto alien alien awakening is the next film in this franchise, and we have learned a little bit of both the this next film. It could return the Ilian home world bread. Would we know? Well, it seems unlikely that alien awakening will actually happen since audiences weren't too keen on alien covenants. And the franchise may have finally come to an end. But you know, whether this guy anything is possible, he's always seems to working on something. And there is a script already in place railing awakening by John Logan who wrote covenant and some details emerged empire had a special classic ale. Ian issue dedicated to just the legacy of the alien films in general and the details Lee on earth about John Logan script for women awakening say that it would have brought back the engineers from previous the big pale swale characters who are responsible for basically creating humanity. And apparently in this in awakening, they would be chasing after David Michael fast, benders, Andrew character. And then. With david. I don't care about David like, I feel like I was one of the only people who liked for me Theus. And maybe it's because I was looking for something to fill that kind of like lots vibe in. Kind of like the mysteries. And they I'm kind of interested in engineers and I want to engineers, but I don't give an f about David. I I like David as a character. And I like Michael finished portrayal live in. But I think really sky has spent too much time on the myth of creation and trying to explain it in in a way that is tied into the alien mythology and Zina more from that kind of thing. But it's not called David awakening it's called alien week. Well, so because it's called alien awakening. There is a tie back to the original alien because apparently in this movie, they would eventually end up going back to the planet. LV four to six. Which typically is the alien home world, right? It's just where we found them. I mean, I I guess. Yeah. Because David is now responsible for creating the Zina morph site guests. So I who knows it's so confusing. And I'm just I I would like to just pretend that they'd be originally alien movies. Her only ones we have. Do you have any interests in seeing this become a reality zero Peter zero interest? None whatsoever..

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"michael fast" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"michael fast" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"But sometimes you know, I had a really good example was I went to the university of your can I had a little master class, and I took a sequence from Shane second feature film I did with Steve and Steve gave me two shots of of. Somebody singing, you know, it's like New York, New York sung as slow ballad. Listen to by Michael fast, Benda's character, and Carrie mulligan singing this amazing song, and but I had two shots and it's four and a half minutes or whatever it is in the middle of film danger zone. There's no plot going on. There's nothing vaunting. And how do you cut these two shots? So I gave him the material and we looked at twenty versions of the thing. And of course about half of them, people like a pool of sweat, trying to cut between one line of the song end reaction to it. So Michael was. Over reacting to every other line. And then I'm in the version. I did have one very simple Cup to him and at a very specific point in the in the song where she saying is up to you New York, and she seems to be looking in his direction. I kind of made it look as it was a very direct approach to him, and his reaction was very surprising. And it's tells you off lot about the two characters that that that choice of where to cart. But actually somebody really outdid me somebody who did a version where they didn't call to Michael at all. I was really impressed. I just got we shot that. Is there any sort of platform that you recommend editors learn on first hand like to what do you use. I came up from film so I did sixty mill thirty five. Then I learnt light works, which was a brilliant platform. And then moved to avid, mostly because you know the majority of of drama job so caught on avid is just a stand gold standard, and it's very robust is particularly, you've got five or six cutting rooms all looking at the same material, and you know it's an industry standard. I, I've not worked on the other platforms and I haven't had too, but it, you know, if it's wet string, it doesn't really matter does it was shot on wet string and if it's a good story. That it's not really the the method is is the story from me. So in the same vein, as the question about, you know, fledgling editors making a mistake, are there a lot of mistakes or is there any sort of mistake that you see time in time? Again, with fledgling directors, that one Pershing them in depose production process? It's hard because you've worked with such incredible directors. I really lucky. Yeah, I didn't know. I think one of the problems. Onto that Tanjile which is on the problems are have television. I did a lot of television were again, I wanted to move out of it. And one of the big reasons was people don't test the films that nobody who hasn't sat and watched the dailies or written the script or produced. It is looking at your cart and there's no naive audience. If you like to watch it and few to measure it success. And I can remember the frustration of that because you know, sometimes in the process you're pushed to be things along, and then we're going to get that then not gonna get a rival, you know, we had a phenomenal. Friends and family screenings from five or six people, and that was really instructive, especially with the film that has a big twist, knowing when did somebody get that we wanted it to be fully God so that you feel something at the end of the film and without really knowing where you are in that story, that ending isn't as emotional as it should be. So you know, we learned a lot from hearing people. We'd just invited to them to come along and bring their baseball bats. Tell us what they thought. You know, the young directors and I just see the great work all the time. I can't see negative. So I just see a lot of kind of new voices and interesting ways of doing things that aren't, you know. I learned from it. Seems that one thing that you did mention earlier in in this interview was that you respected mcqueen's ability to sort of let go of some of the things that he may have shot and.

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"michael fast" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"michael fast" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"O. c. d. a. l. so I like to brag about. Success stories for my show Apparently there was a couple on the verge of divorce and they Got back together Husband listened to my, show years ago I was. Talking about how the silent treatment works sometimes non-communication can work just as effectively as communication if you get that person to turn around and communicate and whole bunch Mumbo jumbo and I say. That marriage I say that marriage until I got a Facebook message day where they did decide to get? A, divorce after all and. They are now going through the process and so. Why am I telling you could have just made you guys think that I was the bump oh you guys still do But That. Takes we kind of start to second guess, myself If relationships can be salvaged at all I'm kind of getting the impression that wants. A couple thinks about separating or divorce It's going to happen? Now you guys. You guys were no more about? This. Than I have been. Married. Twenty one, years have I ever thought of divorce absolutely as. My husband divorce absolutely you know it usually comes in the form of divorce your Fleas dill please I'll finally be happy. Yeah And so we usually have a conversation never deal that we. Then we make up and. It's all fine so. Couples will do that couples will threaten divorce I could leave your at the time and, the day? Michael fast, benders waiting for me you know and that's that's usually what stops me. From leaving because I got to the door, and? Now Michael bender isn't. There Vigo Mortenson isn't there You know Yeah maybe. I, overreacted Dan Okay Anyway so it's very. Common To bring up The separation. Of a. Couple it happens some people use it. As a threat some people use it to get somebody to listen I've. Been talking to you about this for. Years I will leave are you listening to me This is a deal, breaker listen to. Me and the funny thing is is it works I wish it didn't work but it works so a lot of people are able to reconcile. Certain is my wife or my husband will stop. Me if I. Don't get my act together And? Again marriage is a partnership, so if you. If a partner is not going to get his or her Dane from that relationship is going to be harder and harder for them to stay So then when Does my theory come into play where if divorce is, being talked about it's going? To, eventually happen well it all depends on what it's. Being used for if you guys are considering divorce because you really can't stand each other, and, you then yes you already have, the deeper dishes but if you're using it, as a tool if you're using the word divorce as a tool or as, a communication weapon then. It's not deep it's not. In the heart. It's it's superficial those. Guys stay together So this couple here He was years ago and he couldn't get her to listen and. They were having some I don't even, remember all the details but it was something to the degree that he got tired of walking on. H. cells around her now that's kinda tough when you have to walk around eight shells around somebody that means. The relationship isn't Trump If you set them off for, that means they're not happy with you in house already from the start but when I was talking. About how with my husband works where you know rather than yelling and escalating an argument I just get quiet I just, got quiet my corner But he wants to talk, he'll find me in my corner but don't be entering my, corner all peacocking and you know Nares flaring, and smoke coming, out of your but you know you can talk to me. In my corner when you're gone I'll be here they you know, what a sound, like a mom you never want to sound like a mommy To your spouse they hate that Do you feel better now did he? Did you let it. All out you don't do that that just drives. Me crazy and they hate you you don't. Want that day I'll just get quiet now I want to let. You be mad all right When you're ready to talk. In order And then I leave A lot of times. That works works great so sometimes quiet and I'm not saying now you also don't want to be like a third grader where he wants to talk and I can we please talk now you don't. Wanna do that either but if you're, not ready to talk you think what's going to spew out is, going to be hurtful About ready to talk We'll talk which is not now That they're gonna be beside. Themselves because, they're gonna wanna talk. But again, that's how you feel I mean I. Don't like the idea of manipulation I don't like the idea of pretending to be mad or or playing the quiet game just so he or she, calls you that I don't like but if you're not, ready to. Engage in a conversation you don't if you think the only way to have a conversation. Is, for escalate. Into a fight no you go the, tons of other options So yes the quiet treatments would be very very effective if, you don't think you're communicating the quiet could bring another person. Back to, the table to talk. Absolutely being, quiet scares the other person they want. To know what you're thinking they want you communicative so your lack of communication can make them feel vulnerable enough to want to come back to the, table and at least hear what you have to say, because that's. That's what these are all about was I heard did my husband understand why I was. Mad, whether he disagrees with it or not So again I'm sorry to hear that this breaking up but I think definitely if there's deep-rooted reasons for you. Guys to think about divorce in the in the preliminary part, of your fights than most likely it's it's gonna stick one eight seven seven dollars Have you ever. 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"michael fast" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"michael fast" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Yes the other two that i i mean i'm looking at this list some of these guys are even they are michael fast bender maybe i don't know looks like a bond loki that guy no way when you think about the pasty englishman guy i guess if they could go your l but why couldn't they go loki you know the mold easier albums is a phenomenal i agree because here's why because you want to believe the person can do to actually meet someone up right if his life was on the line he could actually win the five and be like roger moore was the guy this guy is going to beat up jaws that was his nemesis that jaaz guy no you know it's funny because i looked for the rock earlier and i couldn't find him but dwayne johnson looking for the right name read notices that the spinoff movie notice red notice it's coming out in twenty twenty is that's i just assumed that that was the spin off that everyone's mad about the fast and furious thing oh that what they're calling my i do not know i'm asking you he's gonna get twenty two million bucks for that just just in salary in her pull agent tracks the world's most wanted art thief i don't think so that's something else vin diesel got twenty million for fate of the furious that was the last one anne hathaway has got a barbie movie coming out and she's getting fifteen million bucks for that jennifer lawrence barbie movie it's called barbie hunt coming out in twenty two hundred let's go party.

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"michael fast" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"michael fast" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"No no not gonna go they're not gonna they're not gonna go there but what's very very interesting is people will openly advanced and they have no problem admitting that they have certain innocent crushes on movie stars you notice how people do that what you really kinda can give you a little keyhole perspective of what could be going on in people's psyche my husband knows that i have no problem tripping over the coffee table to sit in front of a television of its vigo mortenson movie or a michael fast bender movie don't tell me hell billy dalia crimson tide is on crimson tide is on all my guys she's at the scene where vigo mortenson is then i'll sit there and watch them like why is it vigo mortenson shirt off and i it's like it's loud it's like that kind of talk is allowed in a lot of people's i guess you know very just because nothing's ever gonna happen and then you know like i guess my mom loved clark gable so she told my dad that oh she loves clark gable he's got big hands or whatever nothing and then my dad would say why love dolly levin dalia levin was an israeli actress exquisite i believe she was in one of the james bond movies the my mom's like wait a second dalia v we named our daughter dalia all right so on friends you guys remember the show friends they came up with that concept of laminated list so that laminated list is if you're in a relationship you are allowed five people on your list some people make ted that they're usually celebrities very doubtful it's ever politician i don't think anybody wants to sleep with elizabeth ford or donald trump but these five people are on your list and if they ever wanted to hook up with you you were okay because it was on your list now there is no way in my.

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"michael fast" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"michael fast" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A l i all right um i i hate to talk about personal stuff on the show because you know i like my life's private but i i had a sex dream last night and i thought about it all right so okay so here's the thing is that you guys know that i have a crash on michael vast better that and michael fast builders ververs x with avic can we all agree with that so he makes the show in my dream i know some of your leg dahlia you banned girl i mean you're married to corey you've been married for twenty one years if you're supposed to have any sex room about anybody should be that your husband i love my husband he's aksy no you you don't dream about what you have lying next to you whenever you want it all the tide that's not what you dream about dream about would you can't have and michael better now one of you very much the fully cincinnati an article on michael fast better does your basement or is he plays magdalena in the new xmen he's just gorgeous he was in a garage probably as eddie was in the new assassins creed and he he's basically the equivalent of a greek god that's how sexy michael fast better it's and one of you had sent me i just an article that he's married no tung were doing a least candor hallel these changes but i he has apparently they tied the knot odds it visa visa i'm over pronounce the right on saturday according to eu news the not even though it was dane in her in the mid on are you kidding me and his he wants to win the and he them mary had here's the thing this is the problem no i'm here i'm really does really was in california fishery mississippi doctored only show but i mean i jumped too quickly and let me tell you married so even if he did they don't know who you are you married you know he's still has to go his live to go on with his life than still.

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"michael fast" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"michael fast" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Ripped and an and a novel it's just a heck of a lot of fun for me and i do love i do like doing things that a based on true stories as well based on truth especially if fina it's it's it's a cat i'm playing a character who had existed will still exists louis leads perfectly thank you to the last one lsu you before winter will which steve jobs which i know you really went after that and it had a lot of challenges with between the accent on speaking sorgun but the thing that i remember coming out of the thai ride premier and herring which i had no you've it's been related to you at from others well from different this was not a solo reaction was that yet michael fast boehner was great but who is that wonderful new actress whose plant you know your like so unrecognizable believer realize it was it was you so where does that one kind of rankin in the challenges of people say like certain is a different game after tough to learn and deliver dialogue the way that he expects it is a different game it is a completely different game mean his script too long babb big this sheena reams and reams of dialogue in own great people and as overlaps in this stuff to ring and all that stuff this builtin he writes so that it looks as though everyone's improvising and then on every single thing is written in there every period every pause every everything you know they didn't want me for that pot they absolutely i was very much not on the list obscenity was not on the list for rush now why didn't look in the light drawn hoffman i mean she was a in a she was a polish armenian woman who who is to this day about five foot to add just did not look anything like her hadn't occurred to them a tool to think of me and i had actually only heard about the scripts through a friend to us working with makeup artist who had been asked to do the film which this film sabrina she described it so interesting says written in these three acts and i'm thinking the sounds incredible and an and then she i let had tell me the holster and i said well what's the goals part and she went on.

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"michael fast" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"michael fast" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Flat it as the latest bbc news hello this is the art farrell the bbc world service i nikki beatty at what lies ahead is sixty minutes of the best arts and culture conversation from cross the bbc amd beyond coming up on the show in a moment the wonderful irish actor michael fast benda is playing maverick detective harry houla in new movie this no man he tells us what he likes about the character game of thrones style hit harrington talks about the impact of the huge hbo tv show we have music from the fabulous cuban fredge jio evei and they tell us why they're singing in uraba and these super cool alternative singer st vincent is dire acting a film version of oscar wilde's the picture of dorian gray she tells us why this story resonates for her youth a narcissism and shame man transgression and supplemented queyranne as an all these things that are just great alterego whatever you wanna call it it's it's themes that are kind of close to my heart and that's not all done oscar winning actor tom hanks has no movie to plug instead he's got a debut collection of short stories to talk about and this two more literary debuts on the show omar el al qods american war he tells us why is set in the us sixty years in the future and gonzalo see garcia's we all the end gonzalo is one of my two guests in the studio today said we'll find out more about your book later and joining.

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"michael fast" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"michael fast" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Dramatic distance that you're kinda need to tell something like so but coupled with that in the first time director it's not as powerful and it really should be given miller with our movie critic kevin card newsradio one or two point nine karn one i've seen it's has been previews of look fairly interesting but i guess we'll see what you think about of year just in time for the season the snowman yeah this one interesting norwegian best selling book that been made into a movie and the wondering i said when i saw the faith of this is very norwegian and if you don't anything about norwegian cinema it it's it's very dowrick's very depressing at times even are how many there to prepping and it's a it's based on a serial killer story about a guy who killed women for snow and he's he's got a real emerged from the shadows after many years i've got a great cast you know michael fast banner rebecca ferguson jake seven a lot of good people involved the big problem is that i think trump is coming out laughlin a translation not from norwegian the english but from the point to the movie they put so much back throwing so many character and so many other characters backstory agent carr's convoluted and computing at times and i'm here going can we get back a killer he was interesting the killer guy all right if i'm going to drop dropped some money on a movie this weekend of the new releases which one do you think oughta go for well i mean if you have you want to honour american arazi love lucy only the brave if you want to you know if you want to get some historical perspective mark felt of good if you wait yourself you can go see india like kids love them as you got advice have car movie critic go to the fact guys the movies to look at your reviews and more we're going to drag down jeff too fat guys of the movie you're dot com they'd so much you have a great we get 747 newsradio.

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"michael fast" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"michael fast" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"No ralf gurban here were wearing his philadelphia eagles cap feeling good after the big game last night as tense was tense less four minutes or so but pulled out the win five and one of sharing the best record in the ah the in nfc i would love to be five in one shot so it's real good about out nine thirty eight to ever find a look at the show was beatable signature song to take out of here for the weekend what's going for a gift to the show business news let me ask you a question do you want to see the snow man frozen to know the snow man the movie the snow man as a little different michael fast brander rebecca ferguson james darcy charlotte gainsborough uh movie that's awesome i love fast better i think it's terrific act i do too arabic such interesting choices the films she pick this movie plays detective harry whole well it was investigating the disappearance of a woman who's pinks scarves found wrapped around an ominouslooking snow man that's just the beginning than the serial killer shortsleeve clues forum and then people at gets heads an snowmen get people heads it's it's a big headache change program that i just cannot condone you are all going to die tonight it looks terrified we're doing a special k rogge advance screening of the snow man at the pacific's the grove theater october 18th is the date moves in theaters everywhere in the twentieth but you'll see.

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"michael fast" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"michael fast" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The new film the snowman based on the thriller by unesco and starring michael fast spender in theaters october 20th and by the listeners of kqed at six minutes after 8 o'clock let's see if well traffic is probably not much better ted stevens is filling in for joe mcconnell today still a tough ride through concord and into alamo on southbound six eighty it starts to forty two and all the way to stone valley road you're gonna be on the brakes for almost an hour right now all due to chew separate crashes near stone valley road everything is over to the right hand so shoulder on your way to the baybridge that's backed up pretty solidly into the base eight is slow from the rich and parkway and 580 jammed up from high street ted stevens for kqed thank you ted that report brought to you by appleby's the forecast for today there is a red flag warning high fighting fire danger in effect through this afternoon for elevations above one thousand feet wind advisory is in effect through five this afternoon for the north bay mountains as well as the east may hills and the apple range and it's a spare the air day not only to dave but today morrow otherwise it will be sunny and temperatures from the upper 60s at the coast to the upper 70s inland it's 80 seven it's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep congress has not been able to change the affordable care act so president trump intends to try alone he is expected to sign an order today that the president says will increase competition and lower consumer costs in.

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