17 Burst results for "Robert Mckee"

"robert mckee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"robert mckee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Community honors one of its police officers killed in the line of duty hundreds of law enforcement officers. Joining other mortars Monday to remember Aslan galaxy Mississippi police officer Fifty-seven-year-old patrolman Robert Mckee 'then was shot to death outside. The Biloxi police station on may fifth, but Luxy police chief John Miller says McCain will be remembered by how he lived and not how he died a misguided thought with a gun gets no credit on nineteen year old has been charged with capital murder indications death. The suspect's brother and three others are charged. As after the fact rich Denison, Fox News North Carolina's still trying to decide who will represent its ninth congressional district which was more by fraud during last year's election on Tuesday Republicans head to the polls to pick a candidate to face democrat, Dan, mccready state, elections board ordered a special election after it found Republican candidate more Kerris political operative who improperly handed handled rather in. Handed in the ballots that were taken from people at their homes the family of drunk. Driving victim, sues Tiger Woods. The parents of nNcholas Emma's burger filed a lawsuit Monday against Tiger Woods, claiming their son was served to excess following his shift at the golfers Jupiter Florida restaurant, according to the suit the Twenty-four-year-old burger finishes shift in December of last year. But stayed at Tigers the Wood's restaurant for hours where he was served alcohol to the point of severe intoxication before driving home Im's burger was killed in an accident that night his blood alcohol level more than three times the legal Fox's Matt Napolitano deputies and Charles county, Maryland credit avoid with saving him and six other kids. He called nine one one on Friday to say that they'd been left in a hot car with the windows rolled up and no air conditioning. Deputies arrested the driver thirty seven year old mother of two who was babysitting..

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"robert mckee" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"robert mckee" Discussed on AP News

"A radio news. I'm Rita Foley. Will we ever see President Trump's tax returns House Democrats want to see them? But Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says no he says, the House Ways, and means committee has no legitimate legislative purpose for requesting. The documents the Democrats can now subpoena the IRS for the returns or they can file a lawsuit. Another house committee will vote tomorrow on whether to hold attorney general William bar in contempt for not complying with a subpoena for a full copy of the Russia report. The House Judiciary committee plans to vote Wednesday on holding attorney general William bar in contempt of congress after he did not meet the panel's deadline to hand over the full unredacted report. And its underlying materials bar is unlikely to actually face criminal charges since any contempt vote in the full house would simply send the matter to the US attorney here in Washington to Justice department employees likely to defend bar Democrats. I hope they're sending a message to the administration about congressional power. Still President Trump has said he will fight all the subpoenas. Saga megani? At the White House. Police in Mississippi say a suspect who shot and killed an officer in the police station parking lot is in jail, but they're not saying if he's told them anything below occc police chief John Miller, very sad day for the city of Alexi twenty four year veteran of our department Robert Mckee 'then, there's no easy way to say this was murdered still unclear whether patrolling the Keith and was targeted or shot at random.

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"robert mckee" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"robert mckee" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Eighty eight would ban the second generation category of anticoagulant rodenticides rodenticides. It would also prohibit the use of any road dentists side within California, state parks. The Bill now moves to the Senate. Authorities and Mississippi say they found the young man who shot and killed a police officer outside a police station officer Robert Mckee 'then shot multiple times without warning Sunday night boxy officer, John Miller says dozens of officers lined up this evening as a suspected cop killer was perp walked into the station these authors have spent some of them have been up for thirty eight forty forty four hours. We thought it fitting for them to be here and say the arrests that they worked so hard to try to back. Nineteen year old Darren Atkinson has been charged with capital murder. Miller says someone who helped Atkinson escape will also be charged soon. The Trump administration says it plans to allow thirty more thirty. Thousand more foreign workers temporarily into the US for seasonal work through the end of September, the move reflects how the economy has complicated. President Trump's efforts to restrict legal immigration the plane would benefit Oester shucking companies fisheries loggers and seasonal hotels, which use the H two B visas the higher migrants for temporary work. They say Americans won't do a threat by President Trump to raise import taxes on Chinese products from ten to twenty five percents done little to rattle the stock stock market's at the end of the trading day yesterday. The Dow open more than four hundred and fifty points or about one point seven per cent. Trump says trade talks with China are going to slowly more talks are scheduled this week. Got.

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"robert mckee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"robert mckee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Knows this hour from townhall dot com. Patrick fos secretary of state might compel says the Trump administration is intensifying pressure to get Iran to the h-have responsibly objective is get the Republican Ron to behave like a normal nation when they do that. We will welcome back. If part of the president said, we're happy at the right time, if there's an a negotiation base to take place, what happening gauge of that world administration has also drawn from an Obama era nuclear deal reimpose sanctions industrial dated Iran's revolutionary guard a terrorist organization. He was advisers are still work in Yemen. After the Senate last week failed to override the president's veto of a Bill that would have brought at abrupt end to the us military aid in the country's civil war, Jordi leader, Mitch McConnell. Never did think much of s j razz seven the president vetoed. He says misused the War Powers, and he says based on a false premise. We're not parties could a civil war in Yemen McConnell convincing his colleagues at abandoning. America's Yemeni Garate and Saudi partners. We'll be good news for ran the Hutu rebels. They support and of course file. Well, McConnell says US advisors and training will not only help Yemen win the civil war but also help to prevent civilian casualties. Bob Agnew reporting. Let's set the Gulf Coast police chief says again, but who killed what it his officers outside. The police station has been captured Gulfport police say Darrien Atkinson was captured Monday night in Wiggins. He's wanted for capital mortar. The slaying of peroxy patrolman Robert Mckee 'then chief John Miller says officer Makita was caring family, man. Derek Katrina, Robert four.

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"robert mckee" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"robert mckee" Discussed on WTRH

"Knows this hour from townhall dot com. Patrick fos. Secretary of state might compel says the Trump administration is intensifying pressure to get a rod to behave responsibly objectives get the Islamic Republic Ron to behave like a normal nation when they do that. We will welcome back. If part of the president said, we're happy at the right time, if there's an negotiation needs to take place, what happening gates that is administration has also drawn from it Obama era nuclear deal reimpose sanctions industrial dated Iran's revolutionary guard, a terrorist organization, use advisers are still at work in Yemen. After the Senate last week failed to override the president's veto of a Bill that would have brought an abrupt end to the us military aid in the country, civil war majority leader Mitch McConnell, never did think much of s j res- seven president vetoed Bill. He says would have misused the War Powers, and he says based on a false premise. We're not parties civil war in Yemen McConnell convincing his colleagues, abandoning America's Yemeni Garate Saudi partners. Would be good news for ran the Hutu rebels. They support. And of course, foul Cada as well McConnell says you is and training will not only help Yemen win the civil war, but also help to prevent civilian casualties. Bob Agnew reporting. The Gulf Coast police chief says again he killed one of his officers outside. The police station has been captured Gulfport police say Darrien Atkinson was captured Monday night in Wiggins. He's wanted for capital mortar. The slang of patrolman Robert Mckee 'then chief John Miller says Ostra McEachern was a caring family, man, Katrina,.

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"robert mckee" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"robert mckee" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"The IRS won't be handing over President Trump's tax returns to the House Ways, and means committee Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the request made by democratic chairman Richard Neal dozen serve a legitimate legislative purpose Neil who represents Massachusetts demanded the IRS turnover. Six years of Trump's personal tax returns as well. As tax returns from his business interests, hundreds of former federal prosecutors say President Trump would have been charged with obstruction of Justice where he not the president. The Washington Post is reporting on a bipartisan statement that rebuts attorney general Bill bar statement that there was not sufficient evidence to establish that Trump committed a crime the final report from special counsel. Robert Muller noted a longstanding Justice department policy that a sitting president cannot be indicted Muller detailed several instances where obstruction may have occurred. Tom Roberts NBC News Radio. The Kentucky horse racing commission is denying an appeal from the owner of race. Source maximum security after the controversial Kentucky Derby results. Maximum security was disqualified following Saturday's race, even though the horse was the first across the finish line. Race officials determined to maximum security impeded the path of other horses Meghan Markle has given birth to a baby boy husband Prince, Harry confirmed the arrival outside of Windsor palace. He said the experience was amazing. And that both mom and baby are doing fine. Police in Mississippi are identifying the mandate believe shot and killed a police officer in Biloxi Gulfport police chief Leonard Papun Papon's said the suspect is dairy Inaq. He's a nineteen year old of Luxy. We're charging him with capital murder of Luxy. Police officer Robert Mckee thin, he is considered armed and dangerous Atkinson is accused of shooting Alexi officer Mckee and outside a police station Sunday night, but Punya said they believe Atkinson is still in the Alexi.

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"robert mckee" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"robert mckee" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Lot of standing water and flooding develop particularly in the south bay. We're seeing flooding across all lanes of northbound two eighty just before Byrd. That's of course, on the opposite side of that accident. We were telling you about the Alameda on ramp to northbound eight eighty in San Jose completely flooded up to three inches of water there. And of course, the danger thought hydro. Planning there as well. We're also just now hearing about an accident eastbound eighty on Redwood Parkway in Vallejo that's blocking the middle of the ramp. Your next traffic update at twelve twenty eight on the traffic leader KOA your KCBS six day forecast about a fifty fifty chance of showers for your Sunday. Continued windy hives upper forties to low fifties. Then for the coming week Monday should be our driest day of the week while Wednesday should be the wettest chance of showers all the other days. Daytime high low to mid fifty s overnight lows upper thirty s to mid forties right now in San Francisco San Mateo and concord, it's forty four degrees in Fremont. It's forty six degrees. Traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. It's one indication that the twenty nineteen baseball. Season is just around the corner. KCBS Tim Ryan reports from oracle park where thousands of fans came out to celebrate. The giants huddled under umbrellas trying to stay dry Saturday. You qualify as a good fan. If as Robert Mckee of Lafayette was doing you stand in a not so light rainfall purchasing opening day tickets in.

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"robert mckee" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"robert mckee" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"That's going to happen in the three. He's like, you know, so we're gonna have a cars and then horses, and it's going to be like technology versus horse. A lot of the all the interactions between Charlie and Donald are very funny. A lot of those just feel like I'm talking. I mean, I just yeah. There's a lot of times. I was like I feel like I'm talking to my brother or someone who's just not a deep artist who gets it. And and for everyone else, it's just so easy. And I'm like, don't you get it? But why are you happier than me? And why are you winning? So it has all those scenes interactions between Donald and Charles are so funny to me. I like when when Charlie coffins in his agents office in his trying to talk about the screenplay, and then he just sees the same thing to watch by. I thought care in the ass. But then the follow up there, the funniest part is that the next thing Charlies explaining how hard it is to adapt this work, and then the guy's like seconds after saying fuck the in the ass. He's like, well, maybe I can help. The same dynamic to him and his brothers him and Ron Livingston the agent love it because he's just seems like he's so mired by like his exile and its problems and everyone else it's easy figured out. You know, I feel there's actually a I just thought of this Donald versus Charlie dynamic going in my own Nick cage education for this whole thing. Because like on the on the one hand, I mentioned this last podcast. There's enter the spider verse where Nick cage plays new Spiderman and everyone's talking about how good that movie is. And it is good. But like the Charlie Kaufman inside of me is like, yeah. But it's Robert Mckee good. But vampire's kiss is Charlie Kaufman. Good because it confounds all sentence breaks all the rules. And I still love the shit out of it. So yeah, I mean, what's whenever someone talks about their excitement about spider. Yeah. Yeah. I'm also so excited, but I really wanna talk to you about a movie called vampire's kiss. That's good in ways that you didn't even know good existed. Man. That's spied over script is fucking school. Locked sealed tight, man. Oh, yeah. Good. That thing Shamin all all colleges study that script. I hear I hear that the LEGO movie part two that's coming out also written by the same dudes is also has many many multiple medal layers to there's so maybe that'd be a good one to do at some point. Am I getting redo? That's what AJ set ages already seen it. But all right. Anyone more funny scenes? I think all of them are like it's it's his misery again to me. That makes me laugh. I really liked. Chris Cooper, also. Unsung hero for me in this film. You know, everyone talks about Merrill, because she's amazing, and obviously Nick cage because he's the lead. But I feel like Chris Cooper is kind of of really he's like essential component that that one provides a lot of humor like when he's talking about how he's given up on fish like that's fucking hilarious to me. He just. Nice to meet you. I just love him. And plus I just love him in general. He's got this amazing voice. I could listen to him talk forever. So there's something just his his, natural charisma, and charm that brings another element to this film that I think is so crucial. You know? The Oscar for it. And he did he he killed it..

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"robert mckee" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"robert mckee" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"It's like people that make a little nuts. Sometimes that's what we need. So watch those movies. See how they do it Justice. Thank you so much for coming up guys. We have time for some audience questions. We have no microphone so raise your hand. I'll call on you. And we'll repeat your question back. Wondering if you could clarify emotional math. I kind of understood from the context, but I want to be sure what you meant by that. Sure. I mean, I've invented it. So you don't really need to. I mean, it's it's not super duper important. There will be no test on that. But to me when we are reading characters. And so we're reading a representation of what a human being is. But on every bit of these lines what they say. And what they're doing what the writers doing is asking the reader, or ultimately, the person watching the move your television show to believe it. Right. I mean, the whole point is that we give ourselves over to show even shows that are doing bizarre things that we know aren't real there's no there's no Chewbacca. But I want to believe the you know that when Chewbacca sees on solo for the first time in a prison cell that he's bright. So it's all about that words and the decisions and what it said. And what is not said add up to as I do. Yup. That equals real none of those things seem to violate what I understand about how humans work, and that means asking questions sometimes of your work that are asking annoying because you thought. That is funny to you. Or you had a line that you thought it'd be really cool. And then everybody else goes. Yeah. But that's your problem. Our problem is violating the real of what you have created. Sure. Question about they're gonna repeat the question about. So we're going have it on the cast so jewel reading a scripted cer- breaks all the rules. Do you think there's a value to writer deliberately breaking rule? So they'll get your attention. That's a really hard question. You know, like, generally. The only thing that matters on a screenplay to me is do I have a had a feeling response. And so people who are good crafts people can produce that result with with all of the rules, people who are just intrinsically talented who are channelling story that is more inter that is beyond them can do that, you know, people who are who have had had an authentic experience in their own life. And they're replicating that experience on the page can do that. So whatever your means to get me to feel and be invested in your journey. That's what you should do if that means doing the Robert Mckee method by if that means telling a story that no one would actually film. You know, but you written it. So well that suddenly it's the film -able thing. You know? So that's all that really matters. I read it one of the first ten pages things that I did yesterday. It was one of the things I was really tired. I didn't wanna read anymore, but I look at the very beginning. And I opened it in the first two lines of the script were in the past tense. And I went I've never seen this before. And it really got my attention. But eventually a gimmick and became a little bit resentful the writing got a little bit overblown. It felt like they were deliberately trying to get my attention with something. It wasn't organic. I think breaking the rule should be is the only way to tell your story as opposed to. Here's a way to get somebody's attention. And then you begin to say other just trying to get my tension. You don't calculate don't calculate. Another Mushin right here. Thank you. I'm really interested to know over time off in the beginning of your careers, readings scripts ten now how have you seen script writing change? Do you prefer scripts that are that are in the style of now do you still like scripts that or maybe ten twenty fifty fifty years ago in the style? I mean, what what are you thinking about, you know, how is it changed? And what do you what do you like to say? Now. Right. Lindsey probably the longest traffic would have have reading scripts of two years ago when I was reading. Okay. Let's let's let's actually talk about evolution in sound came in..

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"robert mckee" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"robert mckee" Discussed on Movie Crush

"And then he goes fish, you know, well, then you wanna hear funny story. Yeah, that line is become a trope in our household. So he says he was waiting to fishy tilts his whole story. Then after that happens and he's trying to illustrate how he can be so into something and leave it alone forever. And he said, you know, fuck fish forever. Yeah. He never looked at a fish again at never never set one toe in that ocean. Yes says, you know, and that's how much fuck fish. And so that's become a line in our house. Anytime Emily and I, since two thousand two are like, screw that thing. Whatever we always say, fuck fish and that sort of the liner houses. Fuck Vish. Yeah, that's how much how much. That's great. That's a great line. Yeah, but that's the thing about this character to it's like, so up until the third act that we keep hitting an, we'll we'll we'll dig into this to say and get their. He's there's, there's not a whole lot of like artifice are like a lot of like kind of goofy spike Jones e. like surrealness in the relationship between LaRoche and orlean. It's just very real, very, like I acted just pitch perfectly. There's nothing over the top about it at all. Yeah, it's very straight, very matter of fact. And the stuff between Charlie and Donald is a little more silly and over the top show. But in that parallel story, it feels just like they're in the swamp. He's got these lake seminal dudes helping him. That's what allows him to coach the orchids because their name goal swamp land. And so when the the ranger comes and says, you're not allowed to do that. He says, I begged to differ as men here. He's seminar. And okay. Well, I guess be on your way, but all of that is just played so straight, and it's it really. It really makes it hit home when the movie kind of turns on its head in that third act like it's just so jarring, but then you realize like, oh, I'm seeing the the script I'm seeing. Yeah, what's been percolating this whole time a hard to describe even now? I really is how like brilliantly it folds in on itself. Yeah, and it's it's, you know, we say that, oh, now we've seen it out there but they're still never been anything quite like it like this. Totally. You know, you saw when you read the script and then you when you see you saw the movie, I'm sure you were couldn't wait. I don't know what I'm gonna see. After reading that script, I was like, surely they're going to like tweak this thing, but it was all there. You know, like it was all in the script. So all right, you got this orlean Leroux storyline going on. Then back over to the other, you've got Charlie. Eventually, like we said, goes to Robert Mckee. His stories of in our and one of the great scenes of the movie God help you. If you use voice over in your work, my friends, God LV and that's after he's like, you're hearing his internal monologue is ruminating and after talking. Like like mckee's interjection, totally interrupts the stream of consciousness voice and then and then later he also says like, and and don't cheat if you're ending, you know, views a, don't. You dare us a day of sex and enter. I wanna. I want to run this by. So I I read and this is totally makes sense because let's just get this good and get there. So yeah, you mentioned that orlean and the Roche LaRoche have the secret love affair and they're secretly getting high on orchid sauce or whatever. Like. Yeah, and it like, you know, there's a mazing scene where they're both high on this stuff and they're on the phone with each other. And it's sort of meant to seem sort of like a hallucinogen like mushrooms or some kind of thing that makes you in tuned with surroundings with nature with your inner self, and they do this like. Touchstone thing on the phone or whatever, and it's really delightful. She's like, wiggling your toes and all this stuff. Yeah, but that's even before the movie really takes the turn because when she realized that Charlie knows about their love affair, he ends up like following them the swamp and seeing them do the drugs and then like having sex and the right crazy, you know, swamp shack or whatever. Yeah, then it becomes a thriller..

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"robert mckee" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"robert mckee" Discussed on Movie Crush

"They're never gonna go anywhere. And then there's the ones who maybe already have the talent and it's like, do they even need a class like that? Right. Can you teach this kind of talent like like what you were saying that? Because I have taken courses and classes in have been to the odd seminar here and there. And the question I always have, especially for for writing classes like, well. You know, weren't you right in movies then which is not right. Cool. Probably to say like if you were, if you know what you're doing and you can teach this then why are you teaching this? Like wired you, writing, movies. Let's settle cliche thing is those who can do in those guests those. But I think that's not entirely such as slag to his parents were teachers and your parents taught, you know music. But I, I think in this situation in particular though it's like people are taking these classes thing. It's going to be there like inroad to fame or whatever. Right? And so-. Kaufman's character. He he thinks this guy's a total hack. He is Charlie. Charlie is full against this. This mckeag and when his brother Donald says, so you Have heard you of heard this of guy. this guy, Robert Mckee, and he's like, just goes on this tear how it's just like eat out such a waste of time such a waste of money. And then of course. What happened. He learns enough about the cliche structure of writing writes this lake kind of hack job, horror, screenplay the three and it was like a love it when he's describing it. Yeah, isn't that fucked up? The killer and the victim or the same person and then Donald Charlie's, but how are you going to show them in the same room together. Which is funny because they're showing them in the same room like this whole movie is calling it a meta film, but it is like all it does is fullback in on it self like you were saying over and over and over. And it has all these incredible parallels that it takes a minute to even put together because realize that the the groundwork has been laid really early on for stuff that connects back later, right? All the more meaningful like. So for example, the. This just to move ahead a little bit. Donald movie gets like option for like a shitload of money. Livingston the agents like brother script is really the three of you heard this thing three and he's just, you know, he's already spiraling out freshening Zayed's just obviously adding to hammer eating it and Donald tells them. And where do you got a song idea together by the turtles me do? Yeah. Using it, but it's, it's heartbreaking the way they use. I realized like they're, they're the ones they become like the detective twins story starts to kind of go off the rails because Charlie so fucked up about this project. He kids know what to do. So we decided he's got to go talk to Susan herself, Meryl Streep's character do he's so crippled by anxiety and stress. So he gets Donald to do it for a dollar and goes in interviews there. And he, he's a such a goofball. He's really nice. I don't think she's quite telling the truth, you know, and then there's this whole the story takes a crazy turn. Right. Well, yeah. I mean, they're to storylines going on. You've got Charlie and Donald and the writing of the script, and then you have in the past, I think if you years before selling the New Yorker. Yeah, Susan orlean and LaRoche. Yeah. And it's they converge in like the most brilliant way how they how it all finally comes together and. You know, we're not finishing up here, but the third act, you know, it's just bonkers. It all just goes. It's like, I remember when I read that script and it got to the third act when they're doing, they're getting this drug from the good ghost orchid and she's having this affair and she's a dicta- drugs and the end with the big chase scene and shooting at one another in alligator. Mike, are you fucking kidding me? It's all of the stuff that Charlie was super against. Yeah. And then he realized that like he KiKi couldn't make this this, this attestation the script without resorting to some of these cliche devices that he lay hated the of even says, there's at one great part about, you know, with the car chases and the guy that learns something in the end and then all those things happen exactly..

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"robert mckee" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"robert mckee" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"It's jordan jesse go i'm jesse thorn america's radio sweden morris boy detective van gruber kissy face if you talk about a list in the first act and i don't mean to get all screenplay seminary on you but if you talk about a list of podcasts at home robert mckee if you talk about you know robert mckee is doing comedy seminars now oh boy i know it's truly truly truly incredible we should probably go make the podcast better i think the podcast is beyond saving but we should probably go for just for the next phase of our career or yeah yeah once this is inevitably cancelled and if the cat guy listen the cac died he's the adaptation guy okay yeah he's the guy who is parodied in tissue or tributed or whatever you think he has the ability to save the cat i think you could save a cappuccino jaiqi fan strat yeah a man who's dedicated his life to saving the cat okay says robert mckee ono ladder who knows countries so ban you've got a list you got a new television program coming out on amazon yes awesome you cast a lot of major celebrity's on this program of genuine famous people such as day franco day franko is that's true he plays freedom to dave okay we are now weird al aimee man and then it gets even more famous jessica mckenna yeah sure yeah yeah party over here oh sure he was good did you write for portia reno i wish i.

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"robert mckee" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"robert mckee" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I don't know i think i venture to believe that most of us feel this way whether we talk about it or not right i think we talk in our inner circles and i think that there's gotta be very few that come out of this business unscathed like i took a robert mckee writing classes weekend right and he gets up on the stage is like i am going to tell you all right now this is an all glee peas business and it will choose you up and spit you out eighteen times over and you'll do in the class yes yes it will and so i think it's been it's been a really rough journey underneath all the disney princess vibes because i am a super positive happy person generally and so i take the beating and keep moving forward that's why rockies quote is my number one quote to get through life at ain't about how hard you hit it's about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward how much you can take and so i can take a lot but eventually i got a brain tumor and so you know at what point was it all worth it i don't know and so the hard thing is talking about this without sounding ungrateful because i'm also very grateful for all the opportunities i've had even despite the bad that came with it well the batting average is just inherently flawed like it's just you go out and pitch something you go all over town you pitch it eleven times and then you hear nothing you work on.

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"robert mckee" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"robert mckee" Discussed on The Watch

"Today i am extremely jasser sean for this interview by the way that they build toward something i think that you can see this and it's like oh what a nice little movie it's like it's not a little movie it's the report huge movie actually it's about very very big things it's not an ost shocks indy it is not a a like shoveling down the block just trying to make its own thing it's like it's about really really really important stuff that affects lots and lots of lots of people across the board not just from sacramento not just from two thousand two and it's it's a it's that's one thing that resonated especially toward the end which gets very very emotional you can just feel that every little line every little moment in that movie is building towards what it does at the end and that is the sign of a great writer i also think it's worth noticing when you watch this movie and i think there's a lesson here for all writers and particularly four writers of television who are working and people who are aspiring or for movies of course as well if you think about this movie when you see it there is not a s there's not a single character in the film who has bad intentions one is just try and an everyone's doing their best and making do with what they have known as perfect but no one has bad intentions and that you can look at that as an obstacle to your script or to your project um because who's gonna move the plot is going to you know in a very like robert mckee screenwriting sense what's the antagonised of the scene what is the obstacle take throw that all away for a while and see what it would be like if people had once and desires but they weren't and and then build in the bill more ganic lee up from that yeah it it it was inspiring to see that play out so beautifully in a movie a n it has a certain symmetry and a real like threeact structure that makes sense by o eight tells it story in a way that is in like its darkest before the dawn which is like just kind of these story these i think we've become so accustomed to.

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"robert mckee" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"robert mckee" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"No i don't think so i think i shall blair yeah so what version is being released it i think it'd be ridley scott's final that i i don't think i was most surprised about about watching that final cut 'cause i watched the original with harrison ford stilted narration at least ten times in theaters in new york in the 80s in the nineties is when someone's not talking at you how much more you see um like i'd seen as we so many times and yet without the near racean while he's flying to the police station with gaffe i'm like seeing things i have never seen before it occurs and there's been some neurological studies to show that when we're hearing words are are visual uh centers are diminishing in order to concentrate on the other information has counterintuitive because it's more information the icty seeing everything and hearing more it's like a brian cox's character in adaptation when he's like don't you dare go to nourish lot chop as saying he says in a movie that it of mary and then and then a jumps him cutting meet ontrack anon lashed nicholas cage i will not help out with a guy he's play as screenplay the famous robert mckee robert mckee absorb rubber mckee is the father of the modern screenplay he holds these classes in has written these seminal books on screenplay structure and writing i have several friends have taken us course and swear by it as a how to write a screenplay.

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"robert mckee" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"robert mckee" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"No i don't think so i think i shall blair yeah so what version is being released it i think it'd be ridley scott's final that i i don't think i was most surprised about about watching that final cut 'cause i watched the original with harrison ford stilted narration at least ten times in theaters in new york in the 80s in the nineties is when someone's not talking at you how much more you see um like i'd seen as we so many times and yet without the near racean while he's flying to the police station with gaffe i'm like seeing things i have never seen before it occurs and there's been some neurological studies to show that when we're hearing words are are visual uh centers are diminishing in order to concentrate on the other information has counterintuitive because it's more information the icty seeing everything and hearing more it's like a brian cox's character in adaptation when he's like don't you dare go to nourish lot chop as saying he says in a movie that it of mary and then and then a jumps him cutting meet ontrack anon lashed nicholas cage i will not help out with a guy he's play as screenplay the famous robert mckee robert mckee absorb rubber mckee is the father of the modern screenplay he holds these classes in has written these seminal books on screenplay structure and writing i have several friends have taken us course and swear by it as a how to write a screenplay.

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"robert mckee" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"robert mckee" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"What about why when you're writing a screenplay you gotta rate transitions that's just the old hoochy barber theory should they be houston since the fifty foot rat who who jamaa this crisis associate tried the third red tracers i treads rorer's data latah slacks it is odd to i do love that part in education when robert mckee's yelling at brian ours has care thank you people find love loved what she mama's everything out there now just thinking about jerry stiller yell at who jima seinfeld and you know what it's still beautifully there who jim albus you haven't lived life but speaking a homely dudes and bad politics bill o'reilly speaker transition this was a timed a screening or to those two moments that in trump tower you okay i would have given no sheets and now i have some reference feel like i've never watched three of these movies and now suddenly the last two years or so make total said horse yeah yup trump era and bill o'reilly and poison that's just life the band poison i wish now the cultural poison yet now isn't it saint like here's bill o'reilly to teuro goes on bill o'reilly and this is impact up because in the last movie he's just like a disgraced government agent pia and in this movie he's like somehow written some book that's propelled him to levels of richness that like you know and styles of the rich and famous as a curse cabin tracked it's insane he's just like he's got like a man serving now in the form of told it 'cause this cast as to keep away a much.

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