21 Burst results for "Paul Thomas"
Eye Opener: Gulf Coast braces for Barry
"ABC news after a Gulf coast super soaker tropical storm Barry as made landfall in Louisiana winds are starting to lower a little bit the only five miles are was changes nothing when it comes to the impacts back down to tropical storm force but we got landfall national hurricane center director can Graham the Coast Guard conducting rescues and ready for more have currently have about thirty votes in teams ready to go on we have more comments or add role Paul Thomas cautioning people not to take it lightly it remains a very dangerous storm particular were the guard to the mount of water that could be dropped in those areas in an already full river basin area sticking out power to one hundred twenty three thousand customers across Louisiana at this point but the governor saying so far levees are holding after Katrina the state and federal governments invested billions in approving Louisiana's flood protection systems and whereas the killer storm of two thousand five brought fifty failures of river and canal levees governor John bel Edwards says that this time Mississippi River levee has been over top and not a single level in the state of Louisiana as of right now has failed or breached the state isn't yet clear slow moving berry is dumping rain across south and central Louisiana continuing the threat for flooding generally an ABC news New
In the golden age of streaming, does film history have a place?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed, are you hiring with? Indeed, you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And Bryce Sunpro from Pitney Bowes, Sunpro online software makes it easy to save time and money print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit p dot com slash tech. That's PB dot com slash tech. With all these streaming services films knobs have to be in seventh heaven, right right from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. It's Oscar season a time when we celebrate the history of film, but what if you want to actually sit down and watch some classics that was the selling point of one streaming service film struck that AT and T recently shuttered fills drug showcased directors like Fellini, Kurosawa Kubrick. It was the darling of Sinophile for the two years it existed given that streaming giants like Netflix and Amazon seemed to be focused on making their own original content. Could the golden age of streaming actually mean that film history falls through the cracks and Hornets is senior film critic for the Washington Post. She has high level thoughts on the death of film strike and the future of classic film. She says film strike never released its subscriber numbers her best educated. Guess is about one hundred thousand compared to about one hundred and forty million Netflix subscribers that's tiny. But Hornets says the fan base for classic or indie films has. Value beyond sheer size. It's a highly engaged audience. It's a very loyal audience. I mean, they have value. So whether the movies themselves, quote, unquote, don't have monetary value. I would maintain that they do have value. You know, in terms of the people who watch them, and what they are willing to pay to watch them, and it's not just everyday viewers, but also filmmakers who care about access to a rich array of film history the day after films struck announced it was closing. I happen to spend time with Barry Jenkins who won the Oscar a few years ago, his movie moonlight won the Oscar for best picture. He's just out this year with an exquisite movie called spiel street could talk he is an ecstatic student of film, he's constantly reaching back into the cannon into the history of the medium to enlarge and elaborate on his own emerging vocabulary and language and so for someone like him he was Crespi. On that it was going away. Because you know, when you talk about people like Barry Jenkins or Paul Thomas Anderson or Guillaume or del Toro, all of whom came out very very vociferously to support the site a resource like film struck helps these emerging artists to find their voice. And then it's also educating all of us viewers in terms of what they're doing. I think it was sighted of Warner Brothers and their corporate overlord AT and T not to kind of see the value in that. As the new streaming giants court the best in the business to make their original content or today says showing support for the canon of great film could be a hook. I think that's what Netflix has proven this year so aggressively going after people like I'll find so Koran and spending so much on the Oscar campaign for his movie for people like Martin scores says he will these are film lovers. And I mean, I think as they're trying to impress these tours and convince them. To come with them because they love art, and they love or tourism, a show of good faith would be to express your support of this archival legacy work. I mean, I think that could really sway somebody. She says despite the demise of film strike. There are other ways to stream vintage movies art house and cult films and other non mainstream cinema. There's a subscription service fan door. Also, canopy with a K available with your public library card and the library of congress L O, C dot gov. I got admit I'm not a major film buff. So I asked Hornets for suggestions on what to watch something. That's not a superhero movie, she suggested not a film, but a TV show on stars. And I kind of freaked out. Can I tell you what I'm obsessed with it's it's it's not even the one. I'm obsessed with speaking of stars is counterpart. I'm totally caught up on her part. We did this last week. I just don't know what I'm gonna do. I'm beside myself. I it's so good. Yeah. There's out. I've pretty good taste. 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"paul thomas" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"Not love that. And also it shows because like people keep talking about how Paul Thomas Anderson and all these, these dramatic directors wanna to work with her. And I was like, why she's a comedian, why would you wanna do this? But in watching this movie, I'm like, Yossi. This Yossi was happening behind her eyes and yakking like you see the, yes, she's funny, but also there's a depth to her like. Is something that takes comedians a long time for people to realize they can do, you know? Yeah. And I don't even know if I don't even know if I would have seen that are clocked that in another movie, but she is. So I think she just feel so real. Also, she feels so fresh and she pops she pops on on the screen. And like I think that people are like are attracted to that too, you know, like like, like, you know, she, she's she's blowing up right now and like she has such a presence in such a personality that like I feel like that happens sometimes right where it's like, oh, yeah, that would be. That's an odd pairing. I wouldn't expect that. But then what we see in the movie ends up being, you know, great. Also this character because girl should be issues like Roger friend. Whereas in this one, honestly to as a beautiful woman, but in this movie, she looks so utterly gorgeous. Because it was something about seeing a woman was professional who still. Was a little hood like it was just something beautiful about it was something about like her giving back. It was like this, this character for her. I was like, I love the embodiment of everything she represented to me right now, like a black woman who's who's telling you. I'm only here because they don't pay me enough to teach six classes, which is so real, you know. It was something about her and her overall presence was just a wonderful, beautiful thing to watch. Is interesting and vice versa. The compare to Kevin Kevin had gene moments, but it was hard because some reason he so Kevin heartiest certain points that when he wasn't like if he would talk to his girlfriend or or try to have a real conversation with Tiffany about, hey, I might need help. Fucked up. I know. But for some reason I thought it was comical. Whereas if I look at her, I'm like, oh, no, I believe everything. And there's no, like I get what he was doing, but it's just I'm guy what the difference was in the performances both comedic but it was some different. Well, you know there. Did you know those people are? Do you have people like this in your life where anything they say is funny to you like that? Like even people that are like not they're not trying to be funny before whatever reason it has gotten to a point where like now, when you hear them talk, it's funny to you. This guy, there was this guy in in college. I was on my my sketched him college and he was so funny. But I remember I remember there being a day. Where he said something and I just we were just talking. He said something that I laughed at it, and then he was like. Like like it was really like, and then I realized like, oh, yeah, right. I'm laughing because I just think you're funny like you make me laugh. And I wonder if because I believed I believed Kevin the whole time. Watching this, but I wonder if like he Mao feels that way to maybe maybe because I know he has a drama coming out. Yeah, Bryan Cranston or drama the drama de way. Are you saying that everything Kevin says it's funny or what it is. No, he's saying, I think you saying that it comes off jokey, right? Yeah. Yeah. It came up, like right, residence win. Yeah. Even when he's being serious, even when he's like. Because I, I actually, I actually thought Kevin did a good job during this movie of dropping in at times. Definitely did. Yeah. Like when when he was like, I really need this, like, or I really love you. I like I've felt him. He was still Kevin Hart in the moment, but I was like, but that's who he is now like he was dropping in, but he was dropping into himself and and it's it's like, here's the thing like with Kevin Hart. Like I don't. I always see him like, I don't see another character. He doesn't..
Researchers transformed tissue cells into skin cells to heal wounds
"In a world. First researchers have discovered a way to re grow the skin around a life changing wound technique that could avoid the need for skin grafts in the future. Scientists at least salt institute of biological studies in California used cell reprogramming to convert tissue cells into skin cells or mice on my excuse me. It was the culmination of a decades work. Dr Prodi ready is one of the authors of the study. So in the last few years, they knew of course, that's called programming. Basically, you can convert one suritai doing so in this case being new ladies. Says. So we says and can rotate them do. King says they're able to proliferate and migrate and cover the wounded idea and Jala would it take to re grow skin over say, if I had a nasty wound on my arm depends on how big the wounded and independence on how old you are. So you're you're young. And if it's not a big area, it's quite a busy to hear back. Again. There is still. That says cannot gate anymore. So we can make an example of patients so many other big bird the only option right now, we have in the clinic ace your skin crap from part of your body and pretty. As much bigger insights, you cannot do. So that's why you need an alternate to opportunities case weekend program that says that are quality data and happy to recover. So that is another next goal for as little as two in Burundi's method, rare in can be more applicable. Animas. So that's going to repeat. Could this potentially be used as a way of combating aging if if we can we grow damage skin? That's something people are going to want to now. Right. So interest is like Hobie regeneration came like how old and if you get like scratches on wounds how fast it can be. So that is one next Paul interest for us and at the same time, then we talk about aging there is another important expert that comes onto the table is especially the women. They would like how we can prevent the punishment of printers. Which is a major concern from the point of view. So I think this is like the proof of concept stating this study by pitches has a potential to open Indo mainly white at let's talk to produce ready from the sulk institute of biological studies in California.
Daniel Day-Lewis Uses A Flip Phone, But What I Care About Are All The Funny Reactions To It
"Harsh wait daniel day lewis is being called a hero for using a flip phone on the new york subway the momentous occasion was captured by journalists who posted the photo to twitter with the caption daniel day lewis is on my train and casually just looking at his flip foam director paul thomas anderson actually previously revealed daylewis uses a flip phone during an interview about their film phantom threat why is that.
"paul thomas" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Adults her takes her back as his latest muse and she starts slightly throw throwing into confusion his ordered life and in sort of evolves into a strange power struggle between them it's a power struggle slash love story yeah because his interest whenever a there was this movie was shrouded in mystery for the longest time and people were going on what is it especially when uh it it emerged that it was gonna be done it they lewis his last movie and people were going home i what happened on that film to make him retire was was a so draining was a strenuous or one point one of the one of the rumors that emerged about the film a likened it to an art house version the fifty shades of grey yes with with but with like explicit bdsm glenn on but is entirely emotional bds and yes if thoughts of a thing that we i don't know if that's the right phrase but it yes it is though it is absolutely emotional emotionally damaging sexual politics basically between the two of them sold on his but it is fascinating to watch because obviously he's great you expect nothing less from daniel day lewis us but craps is astonishing as well she absolutely holder her own i mean she didn't really know apparently what she was auditioning for she'll missile it was like a student film or something and then she turned up and gets told no it's it's opposite daniel day lewis and and somehow doesn't just faint and give out but absolutely rise estimate to meet him an an it's unbelievable i hermet metamorphoses as a character as well the evolution of the character is just beautifully beautifully done by by paul thomas anderson script and of course it looks glorious and of course the costumes are just to die for but it is twisted an easier black comedy and i think that's why this sort of art high fifty shades of grey thing of kinda come from that twisted kinky kind of sense is more control pta of the master and even though inherent feins's ramshackle movie that.
"paul thomas" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"I am the best yeah instead us bit to close i i am i am the best can i am the best son testified wonderful the best and then better than everyone on the and the podcast is week paul thomas anderson pta himself stops by the talk about his new movie phantom threaded about a haunted sewing machine who scary plus all the usual news nonsense on the movie podcast may be coming to you on groundhog day february second but won't be going out of its way to mark the occasion on the of our forecast this week paul thomas anderson pta himself satisfied to talk about his new movie phantom a thread about haunted sewing machine who scary plus all the usual news and nonetheless unmoving forecast a may be coming to you in groundhog day february second but won't be going out of its way to mark the occasion on the okay okay i'm chris hewitt and welcome to the emperor podcast i'm back back back after missing last week and if you follow the rules of the emperor podcast drinking game prepared to give megat pissed because i was taking my wife to see hamilton and i mean that should be a drink in gambia the only way this could get any more drink a game as if i'd gone with tunnels and a bunch of space lewsey's though that that would pretty much set it off and you will you be delighted than we join hamilton a great deal but that's all i'm going to say about it and so i'm going to say you don't have to worry you will not be berry this week under a load of humbled references so anyway join me this week in the room where it happens our two colleagues of such lethal cunning first off is my righthand man the editor in chief of amporn line pardon me are you change dire sir yes he does he does know helen hayes gloved whose long.
"paul thomas" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"Paul thomas anderson plans these tiny little seeds of ideas that you can kind of choose to run than he may be don't choose to run with bert like you know are totally thing that there is a kind of potential incestuous element there and their relationship has a kind of strange history emulate reynolds at the beginning says that mother died and you know she essentially brought him up as it has as his sister and you know you wonder you you just wonder about everything really well in the same with alma she seemed to come from nowhere as well i mean she has is very very scant back story about coming i've reserve refugee from germany and her mother dying and then everything else in the film is kind of present tense in the moment just the stuff is the the kind of emotions the happening right then and right now since sorely such a rich film this the close look fabulous the the all directions amazing the score the score is extraordinarily estonia shing and then it is also mouthwatering from because of the breakfasts the amount of attention given to breakfast his it's just fabulous to finally find that in a movie i think there are too few movies that focus on the on the british froyo perimeter and and and and especially the the kind of pictoral qualities that role in ah the colors of by connects and uh roche rabbit and beyond mere altogether together now i although a lot of people have spent more time talking about johnny greenwood and his school oh it just kind of inc gorgeous everything on the screen and it just breeds not that it needs anymore life and it really but it does brief just an expert life into mark bridges astounding costumes i mean you could in no have the best of the best when it comes to kind of highend fashion especially for this film per month which is really brings these kind of stiff yet fluids costume pieces andy it just brings with it an extra level of of dramatic and just real visual flat said amalean put unopposed there was intense the reminded the morressy by dented they lose his 90s era knows remediate easier morressy by the they lose his performance possibly of mean.
"paul thomas" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"And through this matt damon charactised thoughts to learn that being small can be big being big can be small and all these ideas that every novitiate a big ideas about people on the planet and yet face something very disatisfying about it now if you were to be charitable eats i okay well you have to admire a film that far as off in so many different directions and hassle lows ideas and and he's trying to wrestle with allies at and as i said at the beginning for the for the the beginning set of of it's like yeah okay this is this is interesting i think that what then happens is that all those disparate elements failed to jail that the film stop squander the things that are really interesting and as i said cut of one off into these at one point oddly enough it reminded me of is of vim vendors film cool the end violence in which a character played by bill pullman effectively managed to become invisible by essentially disappearing into the workforce that nobody in the rich area that he's aden even notice or even see and so all the way through their these bits that look like the kind of their intriguing flags and they got nice is bought the tone of is so uneven and the general narrative thrust he's so all over the place that he ends up and this is unfortunate testing your patience it doesn't surprise me when paul thomas anderson said that thing about you know the first hour and then and in fact i've heard many people use exactly that same interested yes the first hour and then.
"paul thomas" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"It devolve vibrations and a tyrannosaur that's right thought i know 1970s america i mean you knew about nixon but the tyrannosaur on the rampage that was a shock as a big big big show cady twelve in his past three so let's go downsizing yes so in that injury that used to be pulled from his anderson and you said what have you been doing when you hear any so i went to the cinema you said what did you do he said he went to see tansil yet which is the new film by alexander payne who made election about schmidt sideways nebraska coups and in the past his films have tended to become a rabbi satisfies tales of ordinary madness dealing with family life suburbia midlife crisis families issues which are in in many ways sort of familia and that's why they would was a downsizing is something of a departure entities i have to say only a partly successful departure and i think it was very interesting that when you ask paul thomas anderson while he thought of it i mean obviously if you after the right to what they think of another film that will generally be they'll err on the side of being polite because the they're not critics it's not their job their job is to be supportive and he said i left it is it was completely reshaped bunkers way the for after the first hour think he said it went really weird it weighed in a good way he's okay but i but there is too so essentially it's a kind of it's a hybrid that it's a the screenplays what i was on pending jim taylor which takes refs from the incredible shrinking man in a space and and man and sort of combines them with the eko concerns over an inconvenient truth and then the sort of we admire at lop sets of spying lee show the story is that uh three sources being depleted and one of the solutions which is come up with is that if people agree to be.
"paul thomas" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Look at the performance of danny tillerson think is is this actually the last time while the thing i'd say that significant if they say is his last performance what a high to go out on children it's not like finishing up during marlon brando in the alde dr moreau was obey media to to to to to do that former to then say and ladies and gentlemen thank you very much now i'm going to go back to making choose one of the things i really liked we could talk about this next week when he do apply to review is the accent that he has and it didn't talk about paul thomas edison because i think he would think it was just an english accent but i reckon it danuta loses he it's a fantastic voice that he's that he's noun think pulled up sons and would know that that voice was because the the voices so much part of the character piet dispute of the closeness the the insularity over the precision of it is so much to do with the character and you just know the daniela lewis would have found that voices the key to the character phantom threat comes out next righty full review will be our next week's show is five minutes to three o'clock what it what is out okay well let's do this from which is showing the birth doc house which is in london and i think he can have enough to really look for it and other places he's me where it what wears it the bertha doc house the earth doc house doc house house yes and dumb eight sir it's a it's today is dave norris's birthday in a dave north of the legislation is yet lost projects now santa fe happy birthday made of great save norris in it's very fitting therefore this films just come out it's thirty two boys surely abraham and amit meshiah entities a film about the travelling cinema of india which for a long time they're these serbs of shows circuses been taking movies too far away destinations putting up ten showing them from 35millimeter project is but now after decades of this happening what's happening is the prince of drawing up the projectors are running out of steam and the film is basically about cinema and about thirty five millimeter and about the way in which cinemas.
"paul thomas" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Will receive if they did it rights they were going to have something special and that's what they did and the units specifically going out and making sure that they were speaking to the right people will probably researching it they weren't just trampling on a culturally didn't understand but getting people in involve who did understand the culture i think it has really paid off helena call after listening to your review of cocoa then seeing the trailer on tv i remarked to my nineyearold son shall we go in said it's supposed to be brilliant to which he replied no he told me the emoji movie was rubbish and it was it was amazing so i don't trust anything you say about films the world is now upside down late day remarked that the emoji film was his second favorite my husband and myself are actually distraught we have taught him nothing although that being said his number one film is star wars so maybe there's some hope it is is ears discouraging if your kids disagree with you that's get used to the regulating maria in fact you know it's going to look forward to playing the rickles that you think a brilliant and them taking of taking the needle off the record then realizing that that's not even without not even in the running anymore said paul thomas santa's in is coming up but also reviews of what what are we going to do before sri i think we're going to do of cinema travelers before three okay and we talk you movies t now and four o'clock and it's time for a special guest we talked about paul thomas anderson a lot on the show we have movies of these but he doesn't generally make himself available what i see his films when they they can that not there on that many of them because they like works of art yes there he when he delivers yes he takes times and you know and then so when it happens it's it's it's an event and here is part one the overture the bank has the movie is in command till next week yet so after you've had the injury we will talk around it.
"paul thomas" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"We expect you say that could you get that the big that's that's precisely the possibility but it is he he your your son should not being in that position on no is really really it is something that is really really difficult and believe me if you go on the internet which i believe is very popular among young people there's much heated discussion about this robert we've just sorted out while that discussion should look which have allocated seating you have to have it properly down there is the answer is no more debate we had and as i'm in my allocated seat and marcus in his let's get on with the show to nauseous show you to relegated seats i wrote would you do often decade right so if i was sitting in your seat rubbing would have come in and said excuse me garth brooks heat in your yard was tapped sorry you're in the presenter's chair backoff backing goal goalie exactly anyway heavier did you hear that in the weather it said he was going to be feeling fairly pleasant which i think is a really nice thing i would settle for that i think of any fairly pleasant sounds of support act for radiator cap hammock that is also true but i think this show is fairly pleasant times yeah i i think we should try and reach that highstandard between now four o'clock fading fairly pleasant yes how are you at the moment when i'm i'm averagely pleasant with the tendency towards super peasant precipitation is expected what do you have lined up on your review list well i'll be reviewing lots of film sauna i'll be reading downsizing with his new from were else on the pain as a new maize run a movie out there is a new altman unemotional you a huge fan of nick park colder early man but i'm super jealous because this moaning whilst i was doing work he taught things you were interviewing hosting a working type thing but the way i was telling my accua hanging out with paul thomas anderson who was my pta meet meeting which is led to the coat what is good and adnan feed in safia into the hov valley pti that's what we were seeing him that most of the time combat you will add and he was he was delightful you'll hear the interview at just after thirty did not scott.
"paul thomas" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard
"This would start as i brock lenders so we had a first thing he showed that it was called well okay where i first thing he shoots as a brock landers style parody of miami vice he then does the dirk dig ler story and all these elements are fusing together and he's like telling his high school english teacher i'm gonna make a movie about the porn business i'm really it's can be fantastic maybe this is i don't know who wasn't love this stuff if you if you love movies in love cinema you have to love paul thomas aaand and prior to becoming an actual movie he had robert ridgely the colonel as the burt reynolds part right i don't know is that treds what i heard i didn't know that him that he had pace he's a family rask yes so he grew up in the house again rob originally tim conway where his father's to best friends and so the they were always at a house he's always hanging around with those guys he loved them and he gearhead rob borbridge lease last performance yet i love robert ridgely he does cameos in bell brooks movies and he the executioner the executioner yes in um uh that we high odd as laid out saddles at also would exiled he he plays a flash and he's jet the treads good sir come with me it takes him to the beds we that of course he allow sorts of an appropriate and you know things that would work today but very funny this is very funny got do you have thoughts on your favorite paul thomas anderson movies are we gonna ranking we haven't done when he rankings we economic lower complaining that we haven't done haranguing rankings which are i'll go first abg ii jb and you can you can jump are here's my here's my official paul thomas anderson ranking.
"paul thomas" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard
"Kind of it very very affected and pronounced uh this is a much more subtle thing it's very from feels much more real than than any of those movies uh and and and with regard to the director paul thomas anderson this is obviously he's not going he's he's continue to make movies but he makes a fairly slower pace pretty slow he's cranking out a movie ever e while he way several it it it kind of depends on what period of his career you're looking at but you know he made there will be blood in two thousand eight and then the master i wanna say was two thousand twelve than this fiveyear gap yes defy can only two years to inherent vice than three years random threads but then before there will be blood there was a sixyear gap between that end of an elite nontransferable untrapped love and there was a three or gap between magnolia punchdrunk love he he what he works at a deliberate pace and he's now what thirty easter us old now paul thomas i know his outrage he didn't know he literally easy is outrageous i'm i i remember her eggc i'll how uh i didn't know eh you knew about paul thomas anderson before bougie nights 'cause you like hearty you are familiar with yes okay and i think i might have only heard a bad bogey nights because of you at the time and i think we may we saw it at a screener it was hard to say i always hope so to speak but now he was hard to find it it's not like again like many of his movies with exception of let's say that you and i went to say another you know like everywhere in sao uh but i remember how amazing it was an you were huge you were or you are a huge paul thomas anderson fan both boat i would say his careers not may be what i had thought it would be had hoped it would be had hoped it would be a but it is still intensely admirable i think i mean he's he might be the purest autour filmmaker working period the end right now so he he directs these very strange quirky movies emina.
"paul thomas" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Lewis yeah you got that going on yeah i specially low leslie man bill is i guess his sister is i thought i thought she was awesome yeah i'll i love this woman in here because speaking of characters that you hit she is the key is the most mobile character here and i love her character because she had a rise sense of humor even though she was in this world she saw how stupid it could be well she was she was look this is the thing about paul thomas anderson and i would i would that be i'll come back to her later because i there's something i have to say about her that is relating to how paul thomas anderson handles has characters today and i want an in on i wanna use her as an example of what is good about this and where i don't think like what he does we characters what about you gert uh there are certain fit certainly things about it i really admire the way it looks the actors their portions of the score that i really like but man this felt like a really good halfhour short film inflated to like two hours long 'cause there's just not a lotta substance to this i yeah i would i was going to say is i don't hate this film i don't like it either yeah it is it is the case of a really talented group of people are really talented director crawling up so far his own ask searches like unique pulled back a little bit man because it's like known dared question what the fuck he was trying to do and then when you see what he was trying to do it really is like oh that well i feel like we wasted a lot of our time man it's inaugurals filmed the takes a good hour before starts to tell you what it is trying to do yeah mere what about you i found a funny that you said this movies skirts on pretension i feel like a jumps in a pool of it we asked.
"paul thomas" Discussed on The Nerdist
"Come service with a special offer that includes a fourweek trial plus postage and a digital scale you ready for happier new year go to save dot com click the microphone at the top of the home page and type in noticed that stamps dot com enter the promo code noticed at the top of the home page and now here's notice podcast number nine twenty six with paul thomas anderson katie leaves a rule the thing now entering meritous dot com p is an amazing hotel rooms owen for a long long time i think still this body oh god the cleaned it fun a church group and everybody always wanted to shoot there but the church group when let them when they won want script approval or something like that she is it's really limited the i know what movies they allowed though with the script approval so in an here boys can you see the church of the burning sun is the only true religion now i don't think we're going to be able to service the title vice it brings up what about we saw phantom thread last night we on thought screening of it it was blocking durant ray great job man oh my god you know it just be i guess it was the time no not all movies of rates but then when you see a great movie with amazing performances yelling as what they're supposed to be like oh this is what that supposed to look like but he's so daniel day lewis is just everybody really nelson in it's really is i mean we'll we'll talk about it some i just don't wanna give anything away yeah yeah so i did feel like a like that could be a better husband after i go.
"paul thomas" Discussed on The Nerdist
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"paul thomas" Discussed on /Film Daily
"That come with the point industry in so i i liked a lot i like that found family concept that we see lautenberg nights and it's actually somewhat of a heartwarming film despite the hard and unsettling topics that it goes into like had john see riley in a comedy role uh it's a serious in comedy role long before that became kind of a thing um it's i don't know i i i love begin its though i wanted to give one last shut air one additional shed out it's not a movie but it's something that i think a lot of people that like paul thomas engines work probably have not seen in it is a music video that was made for the movie pleasant fell not a movie that paul thomas anderson made but he was dating at the time fianna apple and he made he directed this music video starring fianna apple uh of course as paul thomas anderson so takes place all in one single shot it that i believe in it for the beatles song across the universe which has it's a fantastic cover by dna apple um highly recommend it um but i'm sure people are probably mad at us that we did not include uh some of those other films that you got you guys but should not seeing hard eight and uh uh are we got was the one hundred champion lazaga the i know a lot of people a trying love for me it was a little too minimalistic into funny i wanted i like the more serious paul thomas anderson i like it he's when he's at his best in my mind just like winter nino unease plot when he's in southern california in like the 70s 80s driving like that that thats uh like that whole like the last uh thirty forty years error of los angeles i think i i really dig that is stuff from there um anyways if you have a question to submit to the mailbag send it to peter addlme com please your name in general geographic location in case we mention them on the air uh hd where can we find more your work on line.
"paul thomas" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Stylistic in being i think if you are if you look at uh you know westander sins uh royal tenenbaums as being his most kind of way the stylistic but a real like this is this is to that with paul thomas anderson another anderson um and out to all the performances are amazing at the santrac by amy man and um i love john bryan uh hyndai his working magnolia is is great uh i love the there's so many like i know were in a point where with digital cameras were seeing these long takes on every tv show i mr robot just aired with a whole episode that was seemingly presented in one single long take uh but magnolia shot on film has some amazing long tracking shots it just it it's uh it's a very emotional movie i love paul i love a tom cruise i think it's tom cruise's best performance my mind is him playing frank tj malkey uh the um would you call that a again a public speaking yeah who i it's a great role it's a great film i know i understand why some people might not like this film but it's definitely my favorite paul thomas anderson uh dan what is yours um men it's a tough one for me i think uh the master is probably my favorite of his um this movie came out in 2012 i think it's still it's probably the two best performances from uh a joaquin phoenix and a phillips him or hot and i think i think they both do like career peak work in that movie um it's a quieter movie then some of andersen's other films it's not quite as a as manic and crazy but which watching you sort of get sucked into the characters in this movie in in a really compelling way um walking phoenix just like scrunch is in and bends and twists his way through this really uh immaculate performance and filty more often as just like laser sharp confident all the way through it's basically like a um a veiled critique of scientology an l ron hubbard but it's it's way more than.
"paul thomas" Discussed on The Watch
"The latter is something that he bribed himself on because i've made some poor choices in my past year bogey nights is up there at the top the list well is this the same mark wahlberg who starred in a movie in which he was a science teacher in discovered that trees were killing people yet he did that move your area and he's giving us a plays like a nuclear physicists name kayed yegor in the transformers movie he's got armand white and he's just like on legs and really bad movie is to make a point though well okay that was paul thomas anderson's i was in his debut feature ii is the second moving after sydney ak hearty at the rate which is also very good but his most his latest film by the way god love that one yeah there's a big fan is latest film can be phantom threat i keep wanting say the phantom fr thread that's because it's the phantom menace rate and it's our daylewis as i don't know if you know this do you know what is character's name as i do but i have been waiting all week to hear you say reynolds woodcock now not related to mr woodcock the billy bob thornton sean williams scott film are we sure it's not in continuity i think this is part of the woodcock expanded universe am i the only one picking this connection yes you need me on this well i i feel like we really miss you on the internet van nobody's four did that out to be yet well that's where i'm here for did you ever see mr woodcock no but i feel like i get the gist i feel like i saw some of it on a plane anyway i did this is kind of were being silly but i'm really looking forward to this movie quite a bit the trailer dropped i think on monday and it just looks gorgeous that looks like a paul thomas aersson movie rhythmically in terms of and the emotions in the tones it's sort of playing with it reminds me more of the master than another any other pta film and it even seems to have.