18 Burst results for "Peter Mullen"
"peter mullen" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Federal regulations say you must cross examine each other in public comment stated that this quote turn educational centers into courts of law and allow for parties to be subjected to demeaning inappropriate and irrelevant probing there waiting for the illinois attorney general quamrul to weigh in he along with seventeen other attorneys. General is suing the education department block the final rules from going into effect garner. Says they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance. On august fourteenth there are countless other issues advocates. Say make the process more difficult for the people involved and for the school conducting the investigation. Peter mullen the former university of illinois. Men's basketball coach lou hinson has died. He was eighty eight. He coached illinois from nineteen. Seventy five through. Nineteen ninety-six is four hundred. Twenty three wins the most in program history back in twenty fifteen hinson spoke with member station w. i l. l. and he talked about being offered his first head coaching job at hardin simmons university in texas in the early nineteen sixties and. I said well. I have one thing that bothers me and i'll probably accept his job. But you'd have to do one thing to integrate to agree to tame. I've had black by kosher black players all the time and i'm not gonna tote coach. Total wide tame henson led illinois to the nc double a. final four in nineteen eighty nine and a big ten championship in nineteen eighty four. He was inducted into the national collegiate basketball hall of fame in two thousand fifteen. That was the same year. The floor at the state farm center was named lou hinson court in his honor. The thirteen years after the university of illinois at urbana-champaign retired their native american themed mascot. The image continues to pop up everywhere and there is some support to bring it back. The mascot officially retired in two thousand seven after decades of calls to get rid of the character.
How are changes to sexual harassment rules working in schools
"In May, the Department of Education made sweeping changes to title nine regulations Peter Medlin with W J reports on how colleges and universities are coming to terms with new policies. Many advocates in school officials say will chill reporting the new regulations changed the definition of what qualifies as sexual harassment under title nine to meet. The new standard harassment must be quote severe pervasive and objectively offensive. She Wa Patel is the Director of justice for students survivors at the National Women's law center. So these rules kind of in total really just turn title nine on its head as a civil rights law says they raised. The threshold of what schools can choose to ignore, and it's a departure from guidance that's been in place for wrong twenty years if a student isn't being outright denied equal access to a program or activity that might not be enough. So that means some substance would be forced to endure repeated an escalating levels of abuse before they can get help. The new rules also require institutions of higher learning to dismiss reports of harassment the happened off campus. Now, they'd had to put together a separate sexual misconduct policy to apply to those situations. This has ramifications for online harassment especially as many schools move to. More virtual instruction during the pandemic faith Ferber is a student engagement organizer with no your nine. She says, if someone's harassing you in a class zoom meeting that would be covered but if someone is sexually harassing you over facebook and then you have to see them in the zoom classroom that wouldn't necessarily be covered a northern Illinois University. Title Nine Coordinator. Sarah Gardner says they do have procedures to help students. We had the opportunity to see okay even though it doesn't reach this level of conduct how we address it as university but as faith ferber says the problem is that places like and I You could ignore those cases that they choose to, and she says, the Education Department isn't there to protect students either we can't count on our schools can't count on the government. So all we can count on is students and student power to really make a difference in holders schools accountable at a you students held protests last year on the basis of the university was mishandling investigations and the process was slow and apathetic. The university hired another coordinator and Garner says, they're much better equipped to handle their case load. Now, the new regulations are over two thousand pages two, thousand, thirty three to be exact and. The policies themselves fit into the last thirty pages or so the reason the document is so long as so that the Department of Education headed by Betsy Devos is trying to justify why the chains are needed and respond to public comments. She Wally catalysis says there were more than a hundred thousand comments mostly opposing the new rules they were school principal. There were mental health experts over nine hundred trauma specialists joined a letter and raised concern about the rule. So the significant opposition and yet they continue to move forward Sir Garner A, you were one of the many schools that Senate comets harshly not. Many concerns made it into the final regulations. Patel says, the provisions were largely unchanged from what was proposed, but there were also a few changes that weren't even in the proposed rule. So they didn't have a chance to comment. One example is that colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that means a school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment if the survivor already graduated or they transferred or let's say they dropped out of school because they were sexually assaulted and they don't plan to re enroll and colleges. Could dismiss cases when the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the school but tell that could include professor who retires or who resigns after abuse comes to light. Another chain that wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the new title and changes are in conflict with Illinois. State Law one forces those going through an investigation to undergo cross-examination in a live hearing and as Sarah garnered I says, we have a state law that says, you cannot cross examiner one another. This is the price sexual violence and Higher Education Act however now, the federal. Regulations. You must cross examine each other in public comment. It stated that this quote turn educational centers into courts of law and allow for parties to be subjected to quote demeaning inappropriate, and irrelevant probing there waiting for the Illinois Attorney General. Kwami Raoul away in he along with seventeen other attorneys. General is suing the Education Department to block the final rules from going into effect. Garner says they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance on August fourteenth there are countless other issues advocates say make the process more difficult for the people involved and for the school conducting the investigation and Peter Mullen.
"peter mullen" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Used five cannon five d two bodies for like six hundred dollars and just like the camera that Ted was talking about before the Film Camera. A Five D mark to will still shoot like a twenty megapixel plus a frame shoots raw it. You have the unlimited Canon Lens Catalog and you can do ten video on it as well. And they're like seven hundred bucks for the body on craigslist. Plus whatever glass you want yeah. I I recommend if anyone's getting into their first start with that fifty That that Prime. Fifty one point eight the candidate makes it is such a bulletproof little ends. You can't fuck it up The the actual Glass Element is recess. So even if you can't afford to put a filter on it you're not going to scratch it like it's it's just an awesome little ends and a teaches you photography and because fifty millimeter you've got to remember is the same. Focal length is what you're icees so you end up learning how to take pictures without even taking pictures so trains your eye to always be thinking in terms of pictures and then when you start looking into other a focal length or you know if you start off with if that's a problem. He started with a kit. Lens is your is your passing all of these different focal lengths without really learning. Any of them so you you don't know if you buy an eighteen to seventy five. What eighteen really you know. What eight hundred seventy five feel like you. Don't what thirty five fifty seventy feel like. And those are really crucial lens folk links that will end up being used for everybody forever. Typical goal O- Chap me says Thanks for keeping the content going sentimental value aside things. Watch question for Mateusz. If you could keep only your explore to or your Pepsi. Which one would you keep. Oh if I could only keep one Me personally if I could only wear one. Watch for the rest of my life my rolex explorer to forty two millimeter is the most comfortable wristwatch. I have ever worn and I would keep that good one ted. I bought a new watch yesterday. I don't Wanna I don't really I don't really I don't. I'm nervous not nervous I. I'm a little embarrassed barris. I'm a little embarrassed about it. Because not because of the watch per se because I really liked the watch. I'm embarrassed because I was influenced I was influenced by and you're under the answer. I was not under the influence but I was definitely influenced by something. I saw a celebrity wearing and it's not a celebrity I like and so But you're fan design so you would like it. I bought an Ikea pod. Himmy pods which is a fucking. I saw Khania wearing on the coverage G. Q. And I went. I got influenced by Konya. But you're influenced by Connie stylists. I think has a relationship with Marc Newson. He does so you got you got influence my Mark News. And don't don't don't get it twisted for that. Yes I saw that photo and yes. I've a huge fan of mark's and a huge of Matama few times incredible guy But that that watch. It's also why I love the apple on the Apple. Watch so much. Those ipod watches. There's so much Ike pod. Dna in the apple. Watch exactly the way. The rubber strap wars was on the watch. That is the rubber shop that comes on the Apple Watch. There's so much love in watchmaking in both those watches. And it's done by somebody who I think is one of the greatest Designed directors of all time. So the black wine with the dial one of the right that that's the one I bought It looks just like that so for those who have no idea what I'm talking about. There's a guy named Marc Newson. You've probably never heard of him but you've probably heard of his most famous design the Apple Watch. Okay Nineteen ninety-seven the iphone the iphone. Yeah okay ten years before either of those nine hundred ninety eight. He's working with a company called Ikea pod and he designs this. It's called the Hemi pod This is the one I bought. It has a metal. Bracelet has a really cool for sub dial movement. Connie as was solid gold. Because he's fucking Connie and I don't have that kind of scratch but Zach. Go back and find one. That has the rubber bracelet on it because the Rubber Bracelet. When you see it on it and you go. Oh that makes sense that it looked to the right on the right side of the page. That is the Apple Watch bracelet. It's the exact apple. Watch rubber bracelet and you can see. Oh this is the grandfather a the Apple Watch. And so I'm I'm kinda stoked on it. Yeah cool it's like it. Have you noticed that the the velcro strap like the One? I have in mind Dishes meal. Strap Oh is it. Oh how interesting sells if he sells for three thousand. I'm wearing velcro right now. I've got I'm wearing a the Belen. Ross bronze diver on loan from crowning caliber. Which has a nylon and velcro strap? It's kind of interesting but I'm really stoked. I appreciate the Ikea pod. I'm super super stoked on and got the black rubber bracelet for it to looks like a very special thing happening right now in London. Apm every Wednesday. The whole city stops what it's doing and they cheered in the streets for the chest. The Health Service here xactly cool. Awesome while there's like thousands of people out the streets banging products really. Can you take US outside? Can we hear it? Yeah let's see. Let's see if we can hear the people cheering for the National Health Service in England. Ain't nobody cheering in. La But we'd is an essential service so we're oh yeah that's cool. They do that in New York to seven. Pm monoclonal people who are like shaming Ted for not English are so shaming. It'd love making up north very special to see that on the. Uk's worries awesome Go National Health Service start next Russian. Yeah very cool Can you recommend a watch for a college Grad Gift for my son? He's six foot five budget around seventeen hundred bucks vintage or new well six-foot five probably means big wrists and big wrists mean big watch cases and that probably doesn't mean vintage not a lot of vintage watch is. GonNa look good on someone six-foot-five they were smaller right back. Small Master speedmaster Ted is on point speedmaster or or seamaster used Omega speedmaster. Seamaster BE YEP definitely or bell and Ross you gotTa Use Belen Ross. Yeah Nice Big Square case forty five millimeter. Forty seven millimeter. Those look good on big tall guys too. Yeah I I also love those kind of the Paul knew many looking graphs. They've done over the years so the new ones the round ones. Yeah Gorgeous the equality is really really high for what you got. I think the dollar they make They make a nice piece Wildly says asks tweeted thoughts on Funky Gear selectors what was wrong with just a simple sliding lever on the console or the column. Is there any benefit we've seen like Honda has there's on the Dash Pints push-button back in the day was terrible? Well I think you know at a certain point right. We went from an automatic gear lever at one point we had a cable on it or a linkage physically went into the transmission once that became no longer thing it freed you from needing a traditional lever and so a. Lotta automakers went well. Why Use a traditional ever? We just really need a switch of some kind or buttons and we put Cup holders here instead so it. I think it's actually kind of a reasonable thing that they would try and find either. Space Saving or stylistically. Innovative ways to select gears. Frees up the like the Talbot. Lago Pre selector gear Yeah dirty you're are no I I. I watched it being driven at the Monterey historic Two years ago by Three years ago Fi. What's his name? The big collector who has all the Bugatti. Peter Mullen Peter Mullen. Yeah the the pre selectors from back in the day. Were very cool. Cord had a really good pre selector as well. It looked like an h pattern. Shifter there was kind of attached to the steering column. And you'd move it to the next gear you want and then you push the clutch in and out and the pushing in of the clutch would actually change the gear to whatever you'd pre-selected kind of weird. It was very cool. It was like you're typing in the phone number for the year. You Want Yes oh there yes. Exact- punching on the right side of the steering wheel there and you can actually see the The Pre selector lever and the years. So you would move the lever before you even touch the clutch and then you punch in and it would open and close they having a Butler enters its great exactly very successful in the race track because it was just so much smoother. And you weren't crunchier so you're gearbox would last longer. It's I'm actually surprised that that system didn't stick around longer or become the dominant system. It seemed like it was it. The high dramatic that fully killed killed pre selectors. It might have been. Will you forget the Porsche's Boorda Matic was a pre select the fucking sport a matic? I forgot about that. I never June one of them have you. Yeah they're funky but they They were developed erasing the they they developed it 'cause reduce gearbox where an accidental like pre shifting or You know in a precinct grow era or very early. Synchro era you. You didn't have synchromesh era. We did have a lot of room for error if you're like ripping for ten thousand kilometers on the number or whatever it is yeah so yeah it was a very cool thing Ed Mellow has a question. He thinks he drives three to four hundred miles per day. What what aftermarket seats would we recommend for guy experiencing similar problems? That Matt Zach had Oh man three to four hundred miles fuck. There's not much is going to help you there. Buddy that's a that's a big commitment man but recall that along all driver. It's got to be a trucker or something right but who like a sales salesperson or something? I mean it totally depends on on your back issue like I just did it twice in two weeks. I had to do a thing for work. Right drove several hundred dollars. So did you met and like for me. I had to bring. This is a very new car with seats. But I had to bring like my inflatable lumbar pillow this time and that keeps my spine straight. Bought that one for you. I forgot to bring it over for you. It's in my house. I bought you a timber lumbar pillow for Safari. Yeah so like that. That's what I need for mine but you may have had a different issue. I mean lumbar support helps for me but the seating position also helps a lot too and also the position in my legs. It's a weird thing. There's no one solution to it but Ricardo if you're not if you're talking about for a road car. Ricardo makes seats. That are meant to go in road cars. They're not race car seats and I would at least start there. I mean they're the they have spinal surgeons that work with them. They're you know they're always suppliers so they're not cheap. Yeah but but neither his spinal surgery also think about How much you adjust your seat while you're driving because I noticed that like I can keep one good position for about two to three hours and then I start needing to like if it has an extension extended or bring it back and like you know just displacing that that weight into different spots of you need that like..
"peter mullen" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"And she sometimes I it's that that thing sometimes I'll catch myself slipping into that old thing of thinking, the I'm not doing an honorable job or because of my brothers, and what they do that they really work hard for that. That's coming into. Yeah. Well, there's also the fact that I can't handle my own emotions is coming in. And then all the other show of li-. Oh, now, you know. The phone hasn't rang. So now, maybe so then there's that on top of it as well. That's always going to be that, you know, the phone thing. That's just palm. Absolutely do. We can never control the other things. At least we can try and get a grip on at least. It's a healthy way forward within ourselves. My girlfriend. She could she's great theater actress, she has definitely taught me that. Oh, I've been blessed to work with such amazing people. I did a film with Peter Mullen when I was twenty oh, and he was and he we take each other all the time. And he's just he was the best mentor to me of being like, and he we saw have had similar situations with our dads growing up in condom sim- similar way. And I think he definitely and he really took me under his wing. And just is the first one to be like. Yeah. But you actually have to feel it made. You know what? I mean. Like you come fake it. You can't fake. It don't have to feel it and understands that you know, sometimes you can't help but feel it in certain situations. Because it is this weird thing where you replicating something that might have happened to you. And it's hard not to it's hard to detach from that something that's why I override and it can get out of control. If you say if you all break down, it's caught the was caught but you're still in a code bowl in the face position on the zone on your eyes out. That's not good for you. Alastair patriots. Well, you plays my dad's sex educator, locally my fucking best. It was a particular scene that me and him were doing together. Like, what was worse is the my my girlfriend is Amy in the show. Right. So the scene that's happening. What's taking place where from is about two hundred extras in the room, and she's kissing this lovely actor named Chris jank's, and I'm in the scene on watching this happen. And then the scene comes to a head with me telling my dad that I hate him affectively, which is out of the picture. So all start crying this thing with my dad, but all two hundred extras think I'm crying because I'm seeing girlfriend kissing. This lovely lovely, man. He's a lovely man. Yeah. He wouldn't hurt fly. And he's freaking out like what the fuck is going on. But this kid and now I've run out screaming and the crew ally gone on JJ's run after me mcgovern's run. After me, I'm citing Cardiff from the surgery bowl in my own live. But then Alastair he comes he came over. And he was like listened and he. He completed situation, and he was just reaffirmed reconfirming that like, you know, you don't have to this isn't rail right now, you know. You know, it's it's you have every right to feel those emotions, but you being an actress your what you're going to your lesson is going to be how to control yourself. Yeah. Which you don't have a grip on right now. And that's fine. Because you twenty two exactly no twenty two year olds do. Now, you're doing this weird thing where you sort of. I haven't done it before. So I'd also a lot twenty twos are all thrust into be like all these leads in this Ross if fucking dropping around the world, and everybody's dropping the cats, and it's like there's a lot of stuff that somebody who's been acting for twenty years when I was when I would never I would do that. Now, it's wanting to remain. But he obviously this is Jay Jay Z producer, obviously. He's created a very safe environment fuel to do that and to fail that. It's okay..
"peter mullen" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"If it's? Stone. That giggle was part of the film clip there that was not there was not Amy. So. This is a psychological thriller about lighthouse keepers in Scotland who get involved in a plot involving a treasure gold bars and some villainous show up to contest them for the shall we say the ownership of this treasure. This is a nice little film. But it's playing it only one theater, of course, it's playing at the hickory creek. As a matter of fact, this film is being released a nationally it only ten theaters told throughout the whole country is going to go on streaming video immediately. So you can always check it out there. It's not a great movie, but Peter Mullen and Gerard Butler who are in it. Give us two very good performances as the lighthouse keepers. And if you're you're willing to take a chance on something, that's a little more obscure, this is a film for you. Or you can always check it out on the streaming services where it's going to be available probably this weekend. Speaking of streaming. Services. Have you seen bird box yet? No, I haven't I was promised to screener of that. But it never appeared in my net. Flicks Mediabox away haven't been able to watch it. But I tell you the the what's happening with this movie. Is so weird that part of the plot apparently has people blindfolding themselves because if they look at the monsters in the film, they're going to turn into sambas. And so people are taking the challenge the bird box chain. Now, crazy. What kind of a lunacy is reminded me of, you know, those carshield's the windshield shields that you buy to keep the sun out sometimes on them, they print the legend do not drive while this is..
"peter mullen" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"Alfred God say a vendor bad, are you out of your mind, you probably like deadpool two no not as much as that much. I would've venerable movie it wouldn't buy deadpool tube. I bought Infinity war here currently on black Friday. But so I think Infinity war, and I think was Ellis. What you said is a great thing. The debate you can have between Black Panther and Phinney will is a good fun debate about which film was better. But I think both of them absolutely deserved to being consideration for best picture. No matter what Ethan Hawke says, no matter what he's in that. I report movie is you know, what more people saw that and teach form does not exist movie either. But both I think falls apart in the second half the end is terrible. But both of these films have something to say about our society, both Black Panther and Infinity ward line is Infinity words saying oh my God. I I think like fan. There has a straighter. Vendor's Infinity war. This is why love hosting the show Roka's passionate. Jeff. Broken not allowed on the show. Late last minute substitution. This is this touchdowns. Happy that neither one step into the game. Rocca you could be my Colt McCoy any day of the week. More story to get to. And I don't think it will cause quite as much controversy as the national board for if you gotta start it on and that would be the vanishing or just vanishing, it's vanishing. It's not care. Southern sandra. Bullock, and it is starring Gerard Butler. And the movie actually is really good. It's based on a true story of these three fellas show up to monitor a lighthouse, and then there's a disappearance, vanishing. If you will there's mysterious box that they find one and they open it up. There's untold riches inside people come looking for a whole lot of stuff. Look to be fair. I'm a fan of Gerard Butler. When he's in good movies. I didn't see hunter killer. Sometimes Gerard Butler doesn't make the best choices as an actor given his talents. This geo storm Rocca. This actually looks like a film that should stay in theaters for what listen I have a horrible love of jar Butler. It can't be denied. I've seen just about everything. He's released in the theater should he get nominated for vexing. Crazy including geo storm dented. These is fantastic. I got that on blue rabidly law. That's. Sec grill. You Denno thieves on Blu Ray? That's a good gritty film purchase. No. It was like seven hundred nine it was heat light. And I enjoyed the hell out of it. Like, I said I enjoy your Butler, but this one hundred killer as well. And enjoy the hell out of that. But you for what it is. Right. I'm not trying to put Oscar nominations, just fun. But this looks vanturi interesting. I'm a massive fan of Peter Mullen as well such a good actor in the work. He's done overseas. Every once in a while his films come over to this country. You can catch them now more. So a lot of his UK work is really fantastic. And so to see him in a film like this getting his name mentioned alongside draw Butler excites me this looks like a good thriller. Scary thriller and draw Butler Luke's normally would play the Peter Mullen part. It's nice to see him playing the conflicted guy wondering if he's going to take that money or not what it's gonna cost and whatever. So if I'm judging. Trailer. This looks interesting to me, I'm damn well going to go see this thing. Just not right. I dare ask if the squeaky dolphin agrees with John Rocca. I was one who fought to get the vanishing disgust here on movie talk. I put it in the slang thread. I thought it looks really good. I don't think this is movie was on anybody's radar for yesterday. I saw the trailer and was really impressed. I think this is the kind of movie that Jerry Butler needs to do he needs to because I mean, he's getting older..
"peter mullen" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"Sam is I like to get everybody's thoughts on whether we do have an appetite for more jungle book, even if it is different and darker and has an incredible vocal cast kind of like what we got with John fabrics. Or if the ship has already sailed in we as a public don't really have the two minds to split our jungle book, I think it's so interesting. This isn't really answer your question, and I particular way so apologies in advance. And I think it's so interesting how we see this with movies like mama got an in deep impact yelling. There's an idea in Hollywood that seems to happen and then two people develop it simultaneously. And then ultimately like there was one winner Hanson, a bug's life and more immersing go butts. I find that. So interesting when I is a bummer about this is like you said, I think it was probably Andy Andy circus. I think is a brilliant director. And I wanna root for thought that the Disney version was going to be way different than it was. But it ultimately looks exactly like this. And that kind of I don't know if they're going to be different enough to make me wanna see both. All right. I'm going to try to sell you all in the movie here, we go. This might be an uphill battle. Here we go so anti circus is obviously not only see directing. He's the voice of blue. So that would be taking over for Bill Murray. That's a tough hill to climb. I want me Seville married, but I love any circuits to and he's done some great voices in his career Benedict. Cumberbatch Asharq con Christian bale is beginning. Cate Blanchett is newly Harris is roxetta free to Pinto's in the movie. Peter Mullen, Matthew Reese, Eddie Marsan, Tom Hollander to pretty good cast. Their Danny have I sold you on needing another Moberly, even if you watch it from the comfort of your own living. That's so funny because all you did was named the cat's name anything about the film. More of an adult Cumberbatch good to go. I don't know. I feel that way. Because it's like I would love to see this from Andy circuit. It's so fascinating to me that it's kind of a rival of dizzy for how much Disney marvel stuff. He does like contractually. I think he has to be an every single one of that Bill. What's funny that he's doing something? That's almost like a competitor. But not because the Disney went came out and was successful. So I don't know. I think people are still going to watch it. I don't know if they're going to see it as much the ethically. And they also haven't been marketed in that much, and I think that's part of the brand confusion here Mark is that we saw trailer for it. And it came and went and everybody was like Andy circus is doing it. I mean, it looks kind of cool the effects need. And now we find I was going to be on Netflix. But here's the key. Netflix doesn't really need to do a lot of advertising because you're already sitting at home. And what do we all do when we watch Netflix? We turn it on. And we see whatever Netflix sells us. I had no idea that the hunting of hill. House was. Thing. I turn on that. And I say, oh, it's a scary house. All right. I'm in. The same thing happened with the mogul movie. Yeah, I think people are gonna watch it, you know. And then there's something there's something to be said with watching things net flicks. I'm like binging things would net flicks. And then seeing something that you enjoy there. And then being like, oh, this is playing in a movie theater near by L. Yeah. You know, what let me go get insert front here. Like, let's go and see this. I know this is a good movie already, you know, that kind of thing. And as I say like what was that one that you just saw the one? No, no, bee's prisoner who of no nation piece of no nation that was so good would so see that theatrically. So it is a very real possibility that this mogul Moga Moga I wanted to say Mugabe Moakley don't get mogul would..
"peter mullen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Redbrick institution that we're living in and we would you know, there was nothing to do. We were on route one about a half hour north of Boston. So I think I went into Boston once with Josh he might have gone in a couple of times. I mean, we didn't do anything. We just went downstairs, the hotel barn hung out every day, and Peter I think Peter will attest to this. And Josh in Crusoe, no Brandon second. Yeah. Who I did a picture with before I was in hurricane streets got cut out of it. That's how I knew Brendan from hurricane streets. And Brennan was was the first person cast in the picture. I don't know if you knows this. But me Brad knew him. I knew them from doing her came streets from kicking around the city. He was a, you know, a kid and a kid he was you know, four years younger than me. But that makes a lot of different than twenty two versus twenty six or something like that. Right. And I knew from her came streets and Brad Neum from that. Picture as well. But didn't know him. No. I I knew him from hanging out as well. And when we wrote the movie, we Brendan has the guy Brennan's the puppy dog in the movie, he's he's the he's the kid that gets killed and makes everybody feel bad. And he's the kid that make sure everybody knows this is a whole of. And it's gotta be Brendan. 'cause he's just great. You know, he's he's and he is he's fantastic. He's got that preternatural ability to look lawf- without even trying like he's a good kid who's trying really hard, you know. And then and then he gets killed. It's just it's just a perfect for my money. It was the perfect casting. And fortunately, everybody went along with it. But again, I didn't hire suggested him. But I'm happy, you know, my suggestion to cold, but in terms of like hanging out. Yeah, we all just hang out every night at the hotel bar get loaded, and you could still smoke in bars. Then so Crusoes smoking cigars. You wasn't drinking at the time. And everybody else was smoking cigarettes. When Peter Mullen got cast that was problematic for me because he was we didn't know who was who Gordon was gonna be. And I don't know how that how Peter got involved. I mean, obviously, they sent him the script. I don't know who sent this to him. And but one day Brad called me up and say, well, this guy was going to be in the movie Peterman. Peter Molin watch this movie called my name is Joe it's one of the more gut wrenching pictures, they'll see and Peter Mola's leading plays Joe alchoholic. And it's his story up in Scotland. Maybe edinburgh. I'm not sure where it's that. But so they send me I go out and get my name is Joe, and I watch it and we're about three weeks out maybe four weeks out before we're gonna shoot. And I'm pretty confident in my role seeing that I wrote it and I thought about it quite a bit. And I kinda think I'm gonna do. And then pretty pretty confident watch. My name is Joe. And I realize this guy's going to be Gordon, and I literally told this ship, my pants fuck do some homework. I got I got a I really gotta bring my Dame. I thought I was going to get to coast on this. But 'cause I wrote it, and I you know, what? No, no, no. And this guy is going to be in this movie with me. Oh shit. And you know, not for nothing. I think we got so lucky with the casting that picture from Josh to sa- Brendan's, David. I mean, David Furusa. I mean, and obviously but gave it was great because David, and I immediately bonded 'cause he's from New York City. I'm. From New York City, and we were just giving his ship the whole time. It was just just flipping shit onscreen. I mean, you know onset offset, but also, but very jovial fashioned. But just fucking with each other in that sort of New York City way, which very few people understand who aren't from New York. Everybody gets offended from New York. Everybody's immediately. I can't believe you just said that what what what what's the problem, and David, and I were very much of that of that mine. He's a little older than me. But not enough for to be a problem..
"peter mullen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Yeah, so I think ours is one of the first movies that got us the actual small. But if you ask or lease bumped it up to thirty five millimeter, and I think it was one of the first movies that that did that. And then I think it was like the first Star Wars movie was the second. To too much bigger affect. Yeah. I think it was that Phantom Menace or something that was that. Also, use those same cameras that same year believe it's such a nice mix of the the five male leads just the the balance of those in such different personalities. How were they those guys to work together on on set? They're all good. You're right. They were all they did all come from different places like Christos, you know, TV star. And he was into he was this is he was sort of you know, this is before. Before the CSI Miami was the one that he did after the movie, but he was sort of in between places when he when he came on board. He's a very he's, you know. And then there's you know, computer Mullings screen. They're very just amazing Scottish actor has this movie. My name is Joe cheap directed directors. Well, and he's just beautiful these beautiful kind of like cinema there say kind of drama come ten lose type stories, and he's very it's really naturalistic. Very just totally no frill kind of actor. But brilliant, and David is more like it was just starting to kind of make an from self. He was more like the, you know, the actor really wants to. A little more method easy. You had Brendan who was also a little more message, and Steve was my friend. Interesting mix guys, you know, 'cause they all had different approaches. And that's that's one of the things you sign is directors part of what you need to do is way too. You know, kind of the bit of a of a moderator between the different acting different actors in terms of how they might approach seen. So they're not working with each other. You know, and that was a bit of a challenge. But I mean, they're all into it. And when we got there, and they saw the location, and I saw or trying to do they were like, oh, this is cool. It's like you can really get into because this is for real like, we're not gonna stat. And so I think the or Asian good. And you know, there was an meant to be kind of you know, undercurrent of friction between them all any now. Like, it's sort of guys. I these blue collar working class guys were doing sorta dangerous job. And you know, it's not just going to walk through the park. And you know, they're all kind of like a little bit attention is already there. Just by the nature of what you do. And they're you know, and so we wanted to kind of build a little bit. And he's a true tickly dream the golden character, which is Peter Mullen and fill the character played by. Free. So like, they were meant to kind of be friends who are kind of there was some friction in their in their friendship trying not little that. But yeah, you know, being with, you know, actors who, you know, have different approaches teachers says, but in a way I had to negotiate that some actors just totally hands off. You don't have to tell Peter Mullen anything like that. Did it perfectly? We're like, you know, say Josh you'll have a million questions like method sort of vacation stuff like that. Due Crusoe's more about like, my mar how I I mean, I gotta hit my Mark more mechanical. We'd never in terms of the questions. He has everyone is different different prices and figure out a way to to work that wasn't working with Steve on the film since he's both actor and co writer with you. You know, these are like any actor, you know, like always vying to rolling. Base New Yorker so much petition. So we wrote since together, and we wrote apartment for him, you know, specifically, so we kind of tailored for him. It was and kind of his sensibilities a little bit. So I didn't have we didn't wasn't really much in terms of direction. Right..
"peter mullen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Welcome to the projection booth. I'm your host Mike white trade me once again, it's Mr. axle, co Hagen earnings all you teigen's also back in the booth with us, Mr. Jedidiah airs. I'd rather sleep in the streets. Personally, the pen. I'm not not this week. We're looking at session nine directed. By Brad Anderson and co written by Anderson, and Steven Gavilon, the film was released in two thousand one and stars Peter Mullen as the head of team of guys who are taking out the specis from a psychiatric institution as the story unfolds. We learn more about Gordon as well as one of the patients of the asylum who story mirrors, his we're going to beginning into spoiler territory galore on this movie. So if you haven't seen session nine please turn off the episode and come on back after you have seen the movie, we will still be here. So this was a foam that you requested a long time ago. And that said when? Was the first time you saw session nine, and what did you think? I I on video in the early two thousands after it really been hyped up to me. And I watched it, and I thought it was one of the more disappointing underwhelming films. I've seen in a long time. And I immediately forgot about it. But other people didn't and so in two thousand thirteen fourteen somewhere in there at aside to give it another go have it being significantly older, and it became one of my favorite horror films because a lot of the issues in this are pretty grown up. I think the things in session in the scare me. I was too young and down to be frightened of when I was twenty two twenty three years old. How about you jet? It was fairly fairly recent to video when I thought I think I read a review of it when it was playing briefly theatrically in it it caught my eye. So I saw it. You know, I think it came out in two thousand one. So I must have seen it when it came out on video to. Two thousand one two thousand two and I wasn't underwhelmed by it. I was intrigued by it. But I grew to appreciate it in like it a lot more with multiple viewings. I bought it on the h s and I watched it several times that I really expected rat Anderson. I remember thinking this one and Christopher Nolan's memento came out, you know, fairly close together. And I kept thinking those two guys are going to be peers, you know, we're going to really go forward with these interesting, psychological, thriller filmmakers, and and I really expected really huge things from from Anderson. And I'm I'm no he works a lot. But session nine is probably the best film. I don't remember when I saw this the first time it was one of those like actually came to me, and you're like, oh, you should do session nine. I'm like, I know I've seen that movie. And I remember being okay 'cause movies like, this aren't necessarily my. My Cup of tea like the slow burn really super spooky. I think I might have gotten mixed up with a movie from two thousand seven called the doubles chair which had kind of a similar like let's go into asylum and scare cells ridiculous kind of a plot to it and just kinda mix us two of my mind. But then when it went back and revisited session nine probably about three or four years ago. I was really impressed. And I really enjoyed it. And then I was like, okay. Yeah. Let's do it up. Put it on the schedule, you know, three years, hence, or whatever. And now we're finally talking about it. So I'm so excited because this movie does get its hooks into you and sticks with you. And the more. I see it the more. I appreciate it in the more. I find every single time. I watch it. So it's one of those that you've just continually get rewarded by experiencing. This film were at a really interesting point to revisited. Because even though this is all male cast. This movie has a place in the knee to movement and discussion about how men behave and what it means to handle anger frustration as a man that fits in nicely with other conversations. People are having the movie has aged really. Well, yeah. It's also I think the first digital film. I remember watching it going now that looks like something that looks like doing interesting things with digital..
"peter mullen" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"His wife turned around like seriously. But, but then I went and hung out with him in the US open in the night before he sent me a photo and it was me on the screen and three hundred. And he said, this is how I inspire myself, and it was really cool. And then the next day he won and I was behind everybody in the box and he wins any hugs hugs wife and then he jumped through. It goes this and we did it together. This is sponsored so. It was hailed, but it was fun. So this year I was in New York. Again, I went to see him in a final anyone again, and he came back up and he did to save hugged everybody that he's as I go. Here we go. So I did it. They are, but I do try and keep it to a minimum for sure. It's you don't make more than go is Thursday. At least it's not when you remain is a thing because Christopher Plummer is one of the best of all time. Everybody else goes Christopher. Plummer sound of music. Yeah, at least two beauty member. This. Then then signed a music because he's actually total bad. About about our Dr. You mentioned that. Yeah, he know that honestly, that's got minute left. So we just start saying. Just finished. You mentioned keepers, which is I'm fascinated by seen yet coming out next year, believe keepers next year early next year. It's wonderful. It's you and Peter Mullen me and Peter Mullen this young actor co corner swindles who's really great, and it's three, three hundred based on the mystery of flooding I o which is about one hundred and fifty years ago when three keepers in Scotland went missing. And all the ever found was one chair turned over a table that was set for dinner and one jacket missing, and they never found them and or really fund at will happen to them. So we created a story of what, if our what may have happened, incredibly. Dark, compelling, psychological thriller of three men there who will ready, have you know it's the subtlety of the relationship and powerplays between two three of them which might not up too much if they hadn't discovered this boat right on the Ryland after a storm in which those chest and the non chest finds something and every piece of every part of those relationships that that you learned earlier on in the movie than are amplified those and fold. Once the stress hits and you know, and it's just gonna watching that can allay is in it's incredibly brutal even when it's not being brutal, you know, it's, it's. Sounds like you're sitting with your Fisk Lynch. Sounds real treasure of these air Madre a little bit of mankind. Kinda way Carioca guys. You're Macari okay. Yeah, I used to be until I got boring. Realized I couldn't say all say we'll wrap up here, but also when empire goes karaoke game, we do the claims five hundred miles and Peter. Mullins name fits really nice liquor. We know that that that that, yeah, you go Peter Mullen Peter Mullen. Mullen Peter Mullen Peter Mullen fits perfectly Nixon, Macau, yoga. You to do that. Okay. Yeah. All right. I will. Well, I don't think you can. Jerry, there's always a pleasure. Thanks so much. Thank you. See it's time to finish off with the movie news and I wanna start with cats. Can we start with cats? So cats, Tom Hooper is making, Tom Hooper is dumping cats. It is next movie minds when he's finished filming on his dark materials, things running into few episodes of that. I don't think all the episodes of that. I'm gonna fight your biggest fear here, Helen, which is that Tom Hooper limo Miranda have got on so well whilst making materials in Wales that one day, you will wake up to the casting news that Lynn maranda has joined the cast of Tom Hooper's cats. I, I can't. I just as Christmas Eve. Day's christmas. I, I can't. I understand. I do understand how all of what do all these people know that we don't know, must know something. There must be something that is making this week's news news. First of all, we heard Idris Elba big dress will be playing the film's bad guy. McAfee McCafferty the mystery cat dentist hand. I don't know. Learning this. Now I understand g to Rona me old juicer on me has been cast and we'll be played by Schutte. Ten. Okay. I don't question someone who's never seen cuts..
"peter mullen" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"It just goes to like a hundred times. How long does it take? So right now it looks like maybe eighteen inches long. Log of GU has come out. How long does it take to push out an eighteen inch log a log about thirty seconds. Thirty seconds. Oh, it's not that slow. I thought like maybe twenty minutes or something that's about thirty seconds and then you can watch it. Like I said, my my motoring cool. Go to motoring. You don't know where it saves you. Money is is on a Lamborghini a lot. They do like Diablo cylinder heads because they're so big and so many bows and whatever. So you you, you put it on the machine port, the heads polish him a little and then take it to get the valve job because it's a little little valve job anyway. They measure the flow after like each time or cash flow by everything. That's why Kuhlman you do is these guys have done a million of these manifold so they know for the most part, what they do. They do a lot of like Honda manifold and things like that. Okay, cool. But you can't do plastic. It's gotta be. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I mean shaving the metal down CJ says thoughts on the future value of the eighty eight to ninety eight two door Tahoe. Specifically the two wheel drive models. You will always be able to afford one. I actually think the two tahoe's are more likely to appreciate in value than the other ones. I think those good looking. Very good looking. Good, no thoughts. I I liked him as a kid, but I don't think there's a shortage of them. Yeah, there's there are a lot of them, especially the to drive one like that. You know, everyone wants a four wheel drive as you eat. It's like the Chevys Bronco. Yeah, I think over. I mean, look, if they're five grand now they might go up to eight or ten. I don't think they're going to be a cult classic. Like the old Broncos are now. I don't see them being forty. Fifty grand. Yeah, but you know, I don't think you'll lose any money in one. If you buy cheap one. I don't know what a pro torn build means. I mean, I think I know what it means. It's the guys building, c, ten trucks that handle and in sport trucks and everything else like. If you want to do it, you should do it. All right, fair. James says able to no date. Thank you. Thank you for the donation, James Corry. Is there a plan in place in LA to rent a scooter come? Do I know exactly where to rent it? Google. That's a cold. No, you know what answer your question? So rider, eagle rider? Yes, they, yeah, they rent. Eagle rider is a national company in LA. They have a couple of occasions. One is at Bartels Harley Davidson on Lincoln in marina del Rey, and they rent everything from Harley or an Indian, like Roach for whatever down to a Vespa. Okay. Yeah, you can definitely rent out rent motorcycles of all all shapes and sizes from eagle writer in LA. Thank you, Corey. And yes, check out the Marconi and Peterson museum. I yesterday I was at the Mullin you know, Peter Mullen. Yeah, they haven't been beasts place in Oxnard. Good. He has another secret place, of course in west LA that nobody knows about it's over next Donut media, and they they want to sell the building. So they had a little open house last night and I went and it is like the dope assed man cave. You have ever seen. It looks like a French train station from the nineteen twenties. All French cars. It's got a little apart hate us. They're French loves. He loves his French cars and like the building is fifteen million dollars. It's so insanely expensive. You couldn't do anything with it like it's not zoned properly for like it's literally someone would have to buy it and want a man cave there. But it was fucking rat. I don't know. I know do building a six supercar car garage. Nathan and Kirk. Thank you for your donations and Nick, thank you donations. I worked, oh, Nick works. Thomas vehicle testing, much duty or advice on the industry and the hustle. Autonomous vehicle testing has to be a real interesting gig, boring as hell until it isn't yet..
"peter mullen" Discussed on The Filmcast
"He just brushed up against it and tried to add, you know, he'd even admitted in that monologue in his episode. He had the the what he considers to be the sin of pride where he felt like he could take something that he knew deep down was wrong and make something good out of it. And what happened was he brushed up against these people for even a moment and his life was utterly destroyed, and I found that to be like, I don't like him like as a character, I don't. I don't like the guy. I think he makes all the wrong choices, but I sympathize with him. Okay. So I'll drop this point. I think you've made a really great argument of. I will also say to the shows credit that that character supply did lead to one of the most haunting scenes. I've ever seen on television in all the time that I've been watching it, which is at the end of season one when. The one episode you see him with his pregnant wife and the next episode he comes home and there's just a baby on the table, and the baby is alive, and it's crying and it's it's completely clean, right? Yeah, it doesn't. There's no sign of trauma whatsoever. And that is one of the most upsetting scenes I've ever seen. Right like that is an image that is forever etched in my memory of, wow, that's upsetting, you know? And then this season you have Darlene just offhandedly say, I delight delivered that bait. All right. Yeah. So I thought that was very good. I wanted to bring up one of the thing about my argument earlier about like I felt it was implausible that Marta still alive. I think because of how last season ended and the killing of Dell right play Morello's like that's like, oh my gosh, TV show. Like when when that happened, I was like. 'cause I don't know what your experience was, but I thought, oh, well, they're going to wrap this up with his deal and mardi birds done it again, hurry and then Darlene straight up, executes Morales or don't that is props to you show for for doing shocking thing. But when the show does the show has dug itself into a massive, massive oil is it is it is incumbent on the show to prove to me that these characters are going to stay alive. And don't you think that this entire season is reckoning with that moment? Not the entire season, but certainly the first part of it, and I just don't believe that mardi bird past the. The burden of proof that he like, what Barney Bert should have done is, hey, f LA, the Snell's executed Dell like, but he didn't. He. He basically lied to. The his employer's right. And I got imagine that that treachery would be rewarded with with severe punishment. Of course, there is that scene where Peter Mullen murders his own henchmen, and I get that that was like a repayment, but I just don't believe that that would be sufficient in like based on from mob stories. And then the show doesn't only is not content to leave it at that Jeff. It doesn't just say, okay, well, that problem solved the martyred sprinkler layers on subsequent things that Marlboro does to piss off his employers. Like that's why I found it so unbelievable. So I just wanted to hopefully clarify that a little bit. I do agree. That is the one moment of the season that I found to be a little hard to swallow is this notion that killing their henchmen somehow create equilibrium from killing dislike major. Dude that he would that Jacob Snell would know that he would. He would just sort of know that that that would make it okay with them. And then it does make it okay with like if I'm the, if I'm the the cartel care that you killed your dude like you still, you still killed on my biggest. Dude, plus five million dollars. You know what I mean? Like or something like that. Effective because he was willing to do that instead of giving them a percentage. Like it's a very small percentage that that Mardian Wendy proposed them. And so he's willing to kill his own. I found that to be. Illustrative of the character in a really cool way. You know, life is less important to this guy than five million dollars or a percentage of his profits. So I thought that was kinda cool..
"peter mullen" Discussed on The Watch
"And there are some moments, I think my least favorite moments of the show or when he's being overly comical. Yeah. Yeah. Because they just feels a lot like arrested development, but but the but the flip side of that is he has an incredible range that shows in the show that that sort of breathtaking in its own right? But that even just putting Jason Bateman as we think of him in this situation in the darker moments is really just something to watch, and there's a little bit of like long the buy in it. There's like just having him having him play into that Walter Whitey character we'd like the, like you said, I think is is really interesting. And I think that the real, I think there's a real lesson that they learned going back to what you were saying from breaking bad where like the audience stand ends or just the heroes that that they thought they were creating and breaking bad turned out to not be the ones that the audience like, right. I mean they like they thought he would be the audience avatar, right? And and the audience never reacts the way you do. In this case, it's. Little bit of like like, well, in some ways, the act, I mean, the acting it should be set somebody who's who's from the south who loves southern films, other southern fiction all the time. I mean, this is a fantasy land. This is this is this is southern. This is like southern gothic in the most sort of insulting way, but it's wonderful at the same time, it's a little bit. It has a little bit of that. What's what was this Showtime show that you? Andy always are Oban. She like really good, but was just not setting a real place at all. You know, I mean, there's like no continuity between dialect and and even like, you know, background. A comic book. Yeah, yeah. And there's some of that in this too. I mean, this is really just like everybody like, like, can you do a southern accent? Okay. Don't even try in front of me. Just go do it on screen and they and they and there's, and that's really great, but, but in some ways that makes watching Peter Mullen just go out there and just chew scenery so much more amazing, right. I mean, and it makes and the same thing for Julia Gardiner who's just, you know, I think probably done ten southern accents in her career, even though she's not southern. It's just there's just like it's all just sort of a stage show you know, but, but that's but it's just it's just really cool. I all of that is to say that there are things to fall in love with in every moment of the show. I don't think you need an audience avatar because I think you're right. I mean, Jason Bateman tries really, really hard to be unlikable you know, throughout the throughout the first season and you know he he more or less succeeds, but it's hard not to love that guy. Yeah, you know, I like to think of this show as bay. Basically the coke zero of prestige. TV it's got a lot of the hallmarks that we would expect. It's got a certain, you know, dark texture to the cinematography. I think it's shot really well. All the performances are uniformly very good. But what it strips out is our traditional understanding of what you need to develop and build up Andy. And I have often talked about the pilot episode, the first episode and how it essentially goes from season one to season three of breaking bad in sixty minutes. And I think that that's sort of the genius of the show is if you keep pushing the pedal down, you won't run into bloodline problems, which is essentially a really interesting setting really good performance and a cool idea for show that then slams the brakes to do all atmosphere and all like smoking and staring out of a window essentially, all the middle parts of sharp objects. And I think that that's what this. Show kind of gets right, is that people sort of want the propulsed give nature of it and they don't. There is anxiety in this show, but there is also the question of whether or not the main character in the show might be a psychopath..
"peter mullen" Discussed on TV Avalanche
"Yeah yeah definitely i made joining the hours i'm the hour at a time on spending watching it which and again i wonder if it'll be the same thing by the end as season one was where all be joying watching the hour as i'm watching it but then when the season's over kinda because the one thing they're doing this year is paying off the a lot of the mysteries a little quicker right yeah so the the bernard one is still open ended we don't know what's going on there we don't know what's going on with all the hosts in the lake we don't know like there's a lot of bernard related stuff that we don't quite get but a lot of our stuff williams daughter like okay got yup we had this mystery lady the next up so we know she is and they're they're paying those off a little quicker which is cool the the thing that's going on right now they're kind of or stories going on once right now right there's maeve and her daughter and show good world there's dolores wyatt and hunting for her daddy missing hosts dares bernard charlotte the dallas thing in there's william in delasin the mortality and each one of those are like interesting to me to varying degrees and when they dive into like the maeve one especially and i would say the the last episode the one before the one that aired sunday where we got into a little bit of like what dell's doing with the tally thing that i found interesting but i don't know if that's all term interesting yeah i thought that was very effective that episode and what they did with peter mullen and it's very evocative of a certain famous moment from loss which you don't know about because you haven't watched lost but just sort of seeing him trapped in this loop over and over for decades as you slowly start understand exactly what's going on i thought that was really effective in peter mullen i think is a great actor i'm happy to see pop up things they're definitely doing a little bit more of a short game i think they've learned their lesson to a degree in terms of well if we just leave everything hanging out for the finale on the audience gets ahead of us were screwed so they're not doing that which is definitely very smart.
"peter mullen" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"You know it's just it's very vox of that and so as soon as that seen started playing out rolling stones playing right it's rolling stones that's playing and it's just immediately you're you're really in this very different mood than what we've been in in westworld in the past like the show is very artfully mashing up the modern and the western in the futuristic in the western you know really keeping those two worlds separate from each other and season two is really been bringing those two ahead but this i don't know this felt it felt very very different right away i don't know what was your initial reaction when you were watching the scene play when i saw william walk in with a bottle of liquor i immediately thought about how this is how you interact with your father in law he says it's about time where have you been and then you hand him bottle of brown liquor that's basically physically how you guys interact but you know maybe you go off script a little bit more than regular a little bit i mean we'd we'd do stick to our loops you know he's like how you doing how's work going and i tried to explain to carpenter who doesn't have the internet what i for for a a living living which is beyond the internet and never use my hands or anything else so that's why they're so soft and so delicate but there's a lot of interesting imagery going on here we're in this kind of pristine white space there's a gold fish there's all of this incredibly intricate marble furniture were crawling all over the room with this incredible camera movement that's just taking us all over the place there's a bed there's we see the man's exercise he's exercising we see his feet on a bike so we know that somebody's in here the stones are playing in the background and then a guy with a with a with a golden wedding ring shows up he stops the music and we pan up and we see james dallas we see peter mullen who i know you love from top of the lake your it's up.
"peter mullen" Discussed on The Watch
"Yeah i remember his name look at hurls sudden likud she gets to be likud how she gets complicated in this episode with this masterful patients where from when we first met her in episode one to now when she's wearing a a flirtatious shonka hat in the middle of winter in moscow the show is electric the show is deeply satisfying we haven't even mentioned the the latest esscalation in her marriage problems churches a beautifully played seen played surprisingly because again we rarely see the husband react that way and we relate to both of them i mean this is emotional storytelling done at the highest level but also espionage action just pulpy funds storytelling and i i am in a of a writer like phoebe waller bridge and her her her team that they are able to pull this off at such a high level before we it's paul shared you wanna just do i watched westworld i just like it one of my favorite things from watching a lot of cultures when you see in actor who's been around for a while get one good look and realize that maybe the ratings weren't good but casting directors sought and so our boy peter mullen still still sailing from that first top of the lake heat like i hope i was our fans understand that he's a really great actor when he has a scottish accent going i watched westworld i thought that it was a fine episode of westworld i liked the peter mullen stuff i don't think i just deeply don't care and i don't think the show is interested in the things that thinks it's interested in like if this was a show about the human condition and human behavior and immortality that's one thing but it still to me seems to be about tricks and you know the illusion of big thoughts without doing the legwork to connect the neural out share the critical off over big moods i prefer big moods but i appreciate it and i think this is a sign of a show of course correcting that the ark of peterman in the hatch was one episode and yes deliver.
"peter mullen" Discussed on KGO 810
"Sons one's kind hot headed and the others kind of cooler calmer more deliberate like kinda like sunny michael corleone from the godfather i kept thinking those two guys throughout the series anyway this family business gets threatened one day when this group of really evil al bainian 's come into town with their sex trafficking business and they wanna take over there they're they're they're wanting to muscle in on the already established criminals stuff that's going on and things get really violent really ugly from there on and then it turns out that the mob boss played by peter mullen is diagnosed with early onset alzheimer's disease that really throws a wrench into the works and wreaks havoc on anything but once you know and then he keeps having flashbacks about some young girl that was killed their stuff involving his estranged wife and then he's always erupting in violence and he doesn't know why but once we find out about how all this connects it's sort of like really that's it i'm not even sure what the title means either i think fear other than well if it's a criminal mind maybe that's not such a bad thing after all anyway you know i guess if you're white crime dramas buying okay all right it's good though exactly evancho you're just like you know what i really do love where so far they have taken me so anyone that has not watched the first season obviously watched the first season but it is really really well done i love the main actress who's i'm totally blanking on her name right now but do it watch the handmaid's tale she's the producer mali's game how was it he's your hall pass.