18 Burst results for "Robert Patrick"
"robert patrick" Discussed on The Big Picture
"I mean they talked about that. We got to sync the music with this. So then they finally got the right to use the had to re cut stuff. I mean, it was just they're making it up as they went along. And it's one of those things that one of those films that some sometimes you're in a moment and it can never be recreated, and as we know, the subsequent movie to try to recreate that spirit was totally just a complete just a disaster. When we talk about the gambles and the wins and the losses that was a loss for stupid, but for a moment, he caught lightning in the bottom. It shows. It's an interesting sustained moment where it's happening over a period of years, and then the projects don't work are also pretty profound and you touch on those a little bit at the end. One other thing I was curious about is are there benefits to making a film like this about someone who is no longer alive? They all have their unique challenges. I think, yes, the short answer is yes. There's a lot of benefits. We got the approval from the quote unquote estate, which such as it is from a guy who had been a longtime assistant to Robert Patrick by wall ski and he bought in early, which was a huge help. I think that opens some doors to other archives and things. The advantages didn't have to show to Robert. Which I think as we all know is tricky when you have a living artist and you show them a cut and they don't like it you have all these it's like there are boundaries editorial boundaries and that we face every day. And I think we try to make try to please people within reason we never give up final cut. That kind of stuff. So I didn't have to deal with any of those issues. Well, that's not true. I mean, we had to deal with some issues around the beaches music, but for the most part, it was a pretty easy lift on the right parts. And yes, to your point, I think it was easier that he was no longer around and that his estate played ball. So it was an easier lift. John, we end every episode of this show by asking filmmakers, what is the last great thing they have seen? Have you seen anything good? Jeez. The last great thing I've seen, I've got to be honest, it was the veil documentary by Val Kilmer. Yeah, what did you like about that? I've seen a lot of docs. It's like a really great.
"robert patrick" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne
"So dombi i know i would like to redeem the zombie genre so all right so title for me. Out of the ashes really referred to hilltop because he'll talk was burned right and it was really the good and bad that they found coming out of the ashes and hilltop so the good was that you know they were potentially able to scavenge some things. The bad was that the whisperers were there that you know and i have to say that. That was kind of good and bad because of course we open on. Eric errands Nightmare room. we Includes like the last three or four bad guys we add so there was actually there was actually an article that talked about it and i wrote information down from the article so so walkers whispers wolves and whistling which of course this from the savior's no so there was more than that. Oh generic zombie. Right wolf the saviors and it was. The sabers were characterized by person. And by nissan's whistle the whisperers and then actually maze. Which was the character played by. Robert patrick last season right right. I actually had to like go back and rewatch that. Like i didn't go back. I read the article right. They the kind of good and bad of finding the whispers at hilltop was. He's use were sort of able to unmask the bad guys. Scooby doo you know like he. He had this like whole image of these terrifying whispers and lo and behold they were just people trying to survive and they were you know even more pathetic than our group is now having been so beaten down and you know being basically being starving at this point so it was. It was kind of something he needed to see. You know where men are the monsters but the monsters are usually men. You know so that is an interesting perspective that it was something that he needed to see to kinda. Take teeth out of that nightmare. That's a very interesting perspective..
"robert patrick" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"So i think. I think i'm gonna go action movie. I'm gonna take aliens Aliens porno no. No no no no. That was not my pick on. That was another turned the card in and they wanted to card back. No i'm sorry. That was my sci fi I have an excel spreadsheet. I gotta go terminator two. Because that's that's a great action movie. My opinion of all time is also another james cameron movie. So you know. Say what you say we haven't sequel but you just like terminator two so great man like when he's walking through the hallway when they just pulls a shotgun out of the box and then just starts pumping it rose on yes. It is drops down like i've. I've talked about terminator just being like a six year old in watching it being like. Wow this is kind of messed up. But i love it. Robert patrick training himself to shoot the gun. Without wincing said he looked more. Like a robot favorite pieces. That's like my My version of with lord of the rings fans Our gore erc. Viggo mortensen breaking his toe when he kicked the helmet. That's my favorite thing with To is robert. Patrick learning to shoot without wincing credible stuff us amazing that movie. Wasn't he terminator two. That's my number forty move by number three. Actually i'm gonna take my number one action movie. You can probably say the drop. I mean i'm gonna i'm gonna throw in the action on the action ring actually. I don't know if i'm going to do that. I think strategy. Now now i'm gonna accommodate super bed super bad and read and airplane caddyshack on ninety one hundred for me but brad breaks the tie and takes the top spot. So i i do have to go with that It's just a it's it's it's not. It is an error thing. We talked about this the other day at the office. Actually because i truly think airplanes just as funny but it is it. There's a tie-break there when it gets to movies that we rate that high at least for me ninety one hundred the tie-break is just what means more to me. And i. it's you know. I align era wise with soup. Advocaat damn like. If you're listening you for reason never seen never seen airplane. You gotta change that.
"robert patrick" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast
"Catch the guy that plays. I think he's title is the pay a president. Oh hell yes. Billy battering the fucker. That's billy motherfucker. Yes that's a real name. Frank vinson but lag els de on us as well dude that everybody man like. Yeah and he he. He's always kind of the same guy. But when you see emulate dude you are vm. Like i love. Paul cereno goodfellas. Like yeah that but this guy to me is like the prototypical mow the so rare like god come on. Give them a pencil moustache. Pinstripe suit already. he's also in Do the right thing as well to do the right thing like that out like it's now spike your way wants. Yeah so he's driving through and like that's a really hot day. Basically these these black like in this neighborhood of opened up a fire hydrant and it just like sprang water everywhere. Vincent's this has card liking. I like old water guys inside his convertible. It's and like obviously he blames because a black young then that shit but like it's a an alana stuff shannon realize. He passed away back in twenty seventeen. He's fucking eighty years old. Or i guess him popped up in loma stuff pasta. Yeah yeah You know how old robert. Patrick is a million now to do it i was. I was sitting there going. Okay so robert. Patrick has to be like you know. Because schwarzenegger's like seventy robert. Patrick has fucking sixty two as well. Like dude you're actually pretty young comparatively like celona. I guess he was like thirty when they made t to and arnold was like do fucking salons like fifty one like all these guys are like four hundred fifty. Like i think robert patrick. He's born in fifty eight so he would have been thirty when this came to he was my. He was younger than i am. This movie came out now. Now it's not fifty eight ninety eighty before. Sorry as i go. Wait a minute as holy shit. Robert patrick is younger than me. Go ahead dude. I almost had. Like what am i doing with my life. Dude.
"robert patrick" Discussed on Bald Move TV
"Welcome to the watching dead the official podcast for the walking dead on amc. Jim i'm mehran anti talking about season. Ten episode nineteen bonus episode three. I think tell one more. In fact there are a lot more bonus episodes. There's not just one more aron does the gabriel. An air and episode. What did you think of this. I liked it. I thought that i was hoping that this was going to go to a more clever thing. At the end. I thought that they but like it was pretty clever. And importantly i've always liked aaron and actor portrays him but like he's never had like much signature. Stand up kind of work in my in my mind anyway and. I think you know if we're going to build an show around who we got left for twenty four episodes. You need to flesh out some of these people more and i. It was a good episode for that is good episode and also the kind of mark like how different. Gabriel is post whispers. Jad shit but also like really went for broke in some of the cinematography. Like i don't know how much of it worked. But i appreciate you know like the blood splatter on the leaves and flowers man that was so poor grass. Where's pita on this. Can you spray can may a locust with walker blood and get the seal of approval from the from pita and the i dunno whatever the humanitarian organization the humane society and. There's a couple of nights shots of like the you know the walking dead. Does this like the desolate fields. And like a sense of loneliness like be kinda begin in the episodes of that Decent variety of sets and things. I i like seeing that. It's not just do walking through fucking random georgia woods but ultimately it just. It's one of the better standalone episodes thus far but it still wasn't quite as good as i was hoping it would be when i saw what set is going to be. What did you think. I was pretty bored through the first fifteen minutes or so of this where it is mostly just them walking through the woods. Gabriel saying like doing his countdown tend to just just one hundred twelve more. Aaron just andre twelve more until they get to the warehouse and then the warehouse stuff was pretty good. I was super surprised and happy to see robert patrick. I don't see him in a lot of stuff. These days and i was like who i think is because he's a lot older than the last time i saw him and he's all made up with a big scar on his face and a beard. Maybe i can't remember easily. He's looking at different. And i don't know i like that. That guy he's We just did our bad ass rankings. He's pretty big bad. I'd say in cinema history. So that was cool to see. And i guess i also i really liked the stuff they did. With gabriel in particular. Because we've seen him like slowly descending into this character who's turned a corner on humanity and not in a good way now in this really like puts the stamp on it. This says this has kinda the line here. The we've drawn where gabriel is no longer. I don't even know i. I don't wanna call him like not a good person but he has lost all faith in everything right in in god in humanity in ever getting back to some sense of normal. It's it's all gone. And so i really enjoyed that transformation. I think you're right air and had a lot of good stuff too but me. I was looking at this episode through the lens of gabriel and it was good i liked. I liked most of it. Yeah i said. I agree with all that and i kinda was excited with again because this movie. This episode kind of triple x. Averted expectations because god deer hunter okay. I know we're going to do something site. But at some point i thought like oh my god is robert Or pat. What does it. Patrick robert robert patrick. Patrick robert patrick is going to join the main cast of the walking dead for the final season. I wondered de fucking hot. Right is grizzled old dude together. Integrate like i could see that like stabilizing the thin and in an interesting way and then it didn't happen is kind of bummed but still taking on. Its own like yeah. This is a an average episode of the walking dead. I think all all said and done And i'm still waiting to hear like the knock. I'm still waiting to see them. Knock one of these out of the park. But i don't know that's the thing is like i. I'm kind of interested in seeing after these six or over. What are kind of overall like did. Should they have done this. Would they needed to do this. Like it's been a long time since walking dead was on. They need inject incitement excitement and They they didn't have that season finale. Ready to go right. Like they've made the tween like episode fifteen and episodes sixteen between airing those and they air the finale and in these right after it like months after they aired fifteen. so yeah it's really weird the pandemic. just fuck this all up. I don't know if need to be made. But i'm really curious to see the knee and one because that's the one that people talk about. Everyone says like but like i remember like When we were covering season ten and like these started to come out contemporaneously and peoper like these are pretty good. These are pretty good. I would say that like these have been disappointing to average thus far but we'll we'll see has also dead right. I guess the other thing is like if you're grading on a curve if you haven't seen the walking dead knee year and leg right happy that's back and like you know there's i it's it's taking this story further than i thought it would but also i'm starting to see what they mean by these are bonus episodes. They're not you know these are things almost exclusively f- explaining things about characters But it's not really moving the plot forward you know. Because i'm kinda shocked that we haven't seen any of the new white stormtroopers l. We will today. I think next. Allahyar kills.
"robert patrick" Discussed on Altered Geek
"We wanted to make a movie that we hadn't seen before talk about something that isn't covered in films and really isn't talked about in society as a whole but there is a yearning for if you type in narcissism for search the numbers are staggering has nine million one hundred and twenty thousand videos on the subject. Google has seventy million four hundred thousand results and when you type in psychological abuse It has one hundred eighty eight million google results. of course were getting at this through art and entertainment Right and how was this with with being your direct debut. How was it being on that side of things. 'cause most of the projects you've worked on at least to my knowledge you can always correct me. You've been the actress. You've been the person playing a part that someone has written for you so with you and your husband writing this and crafting this and you directing everything to go along with it. How was that process for you. How did how did that work in your brain and all that you know. I had directed to shorts before but this was the first time directing a scripted narrative in it as well as directing it which means that you're switching between subjective objective constantly while onset. At least the thing that's interesting in terms of this movie is it is crafted in a way that it's entirely scripted but we wanted to blur the lines of reality so there's part fact factual stuff in there. There's part fiction and part fantastical. And i play alter ego version of myself. As does gary oldman. Ron perlman robert patrick lance henriksen josh weeden and bestselling authors charlaine harris and anne rice appearing for the first time ever scripted movie and even the interview sections in the movie. They're all fo interviews..
"robert patrick" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Now. Want about people like you All right, Lady? Very excitable. I mean, I like the fact that people are passionate democracy. A lady police. That's why'd she said that she's at Thanksgiving like but but time I don't even know this lady is she was on Tim Andrews told me. That I don't understand this. So the actor Which actor that concerns Woods? Yeah, God forbid there be one conservative actor. Others to Jon Voight. Yeah. Even Bruce Willis is backing away on a Robert Patrick. He's supporting Trump, and he was the friend Chris Pratt will not come out of the closet. As a Republican willing, he still hangs a kind of cancelled. He kind of like, hangs in the middle area. Who else did you say? But the Robert I mean, the guy who was the bad Terminator in Terminator two. Yeah. Robert Patrick. He's his supporters. Yeah, That's what you knew his name from that guy. That bad German? Well, he was mean to me when it comes to acting. That guy through is all in there. I mean, he allowed holds to be blown through him. And then he just like sealed it back up. Through the power of method acting, so he had melted. You know, it really should have gone to an actual shapeshifter, though I know I know. Well, it will Today thing That's good. I think it needs to be remade with actual terminators from the future that we need to. We understand we live in a different time before it's day. This Robert Patrick was quite the method actor. He would melt down and then gather back together again, and that's to me. I put that over De Niro in Raging Bull and all the things that man, but You didn't care for it. You know it OK like the grandpa movies. So James Woods Isa really been in a billion things. And then now he's hated in the Social media Day because he's ah He's a conservative, and he doesn't care if anyone knows. So this is a weird thing. Some some kind of hot girl was online doing a pro trump thing, right either Instagram or Twitter. What? I don't talk Oh Tech stock. Excuse me. There's so many now s O. She's on Tic tac and this and then this lady who's screaming here is on by, you know, on on video, and I guess It must've been like a call in type of shell or something, and she's screaming at this lady, so I don't know who the lady is. Who's pro Trump? I don't know who the lady is Who's screaming? But you told me that James Woods got reported for putting this up on his On his Twitter, right? Yeah, people were sharing me, but but this purse ox ing no, hold on. That's not Doc's ing. I know it's not, but that's what it that's not Doc's ing that this lady. Chose to appear on somebody's TIC tac program. Right, she said. What she said. And then all James Woods does is put it on his Twitter and he gets reported. Yeah, well, he gets reported for everything. And sometimes I'll get suspended for 12 hours and come back, But I can't do not wonder. But that would be for different types of things like bullying or whatever this woman willingly. Did this It's not. You're not digging into something. It just doesn't make any sense that that would be reportable. Do you know what they did about it? They didn't suspend him or anything. Did they know he just He gets hits, and then he will take screen grabs of the complaint, and he'll put that in his timeline. It just seems silly to me because this is just public. She so this is so It's kind of this hot girl. Who's doing a tic tac for Trump and this lady becomes, I guess a call in not calling, but you visually see her. And so this is the whole thing in context. And listen, I Hey, listen, be passionate about your politics. But I don't think that this is all that persuasive. I don't know if you feel the way that I do, but I feel like we're living in an alternate universe that something has happened to the United States of America. No more all grasping and trying to hold on to our democracy. I see what's going on in Texas. The vote is being repressed. This is evil. This is wrong. The Republicans have to stop, you know? Until Listen to me. Republicans. Listen. You other people in history they want about Do they want about people like you? They attacked. We're closing on democracy. Okay. Color line five. Next. Thank you for your cue. Banshee Deeper. That's something way deeper. That is something way deeper, but I'd be this's we see, a lot of this is about the number. The lady who was dropped to her knees and she was screaming. I'm persuaded now because of her. I actually changed my boat. Don't get me wrong. I'm not so was asleep. But she woke me up. I say. I am not saying that it's not a persuasive Argument, but ah, my goodness! Democracy whose they hear now Everybody's doing the Trumpian. They're saying, That's what they say about people like Oh, how dare you? Are we losing our democracy when nine million people voted already? Oh, I know it's ridiculous that he is the of the American people are not the American people. With this. This social media subsection of the American people cannot be satisfied. I don't know how well you set it all up to where People convert for like a month. Before the election, and we still get reports that it's somehow it's voter suppression. We'll give you three weeks to vote and then most states where you can count the votes to come in three days after the election. I don't know what we condo's. That doesn't end up in voter suppression. Do we have to show up with a government vehicle to everyone's home? Drive them to the polls? Hold their hands. Take them in there. Show them how to use them, preferably a celebrity driving. That would be great every fantastic quite a quiet protester. Oh, are you? Are you the twin sister? The twin sister of this lady, aren't you? Ah, a lot of twins that come out at the same time. One is half baked nine, a half baked when she got more of the blood supply in the womb. OK, quiet, and she's very loud. But I mean, we do need to wait What you liked, it would like to say wake up to the crowds. I think that's I think that's a little more persuasive than people. Even OJ got involved. A tio way have to name today's show something to do with Jeffrey Toobin, the CNN political And that analyst had his way with himself during a zoom meeting. Because simply because I got to tell you that this Tim Andrews has done a very quick drawing of what do you call it? Lupin? Toobin? Yeah, I'm calling it the two blue because that's Ah, It's fantastic. It is fantastic to blue testing. So we got a day. This shows something. And so that could be the cover art show you have any. Aah! Have some open mikes. Yes. Yesterday, Nancy Pelosi gave us 48 hours to reach a stimulus deal with the Republicans. That's hard on. Yeah, it was the sequel to show 24. Nancy. Yeah..
'Avatar 3' is nearly done filming
"So. You have Avatar here, and if anybody remembers because you're like Oh yeah, he's still making it. Very much. So James, Cameron. Right now he? Says that New Zealand has been able to get a handle. On Kobe nineteen so well that now he's resuming. Finishing Avatar three. Which is ninety five percent done and Avatar to is. One, hundred percent done. And you can read the headliner here from deadline. James Cameron says ever to filming is one hundred percent complete avatar three, ninety, five, percent complete praises New Zealand for Kobe response you probably saying, yeah, whatever man that's what they say. You know they always important as we see in never works out that way I don't believe him. Well, if you don't believe they headline right there maybe not only you'll feel better if you hear from the man himself James Cameron. But also. From the man who made James Cameron the man of versa. Honest wasn't Nigger Aka the terminator. They had a little discussion about this over of zoom call and. James Cameras steams he can't tell you details, but he seems a very confident that New Zealand. They know what they're doing over there, which allows him to finish his movie. Now before I go all the House, go movie question if you don't mind. Okay. All right. Mental. Kind of interview I just is anything I. Know you're in the middle of shooting Aba I know you've to get up to the individual because of the time changing into sealant the NORAD stop. Dummy sanding newsworthy at that you should know from administer movie coming out in the theaters in what's going on. I. Love Kobe, hit us like it hit everybody it is hard. We lost about four and a half months of production as a result of that we've rolled around one more full year for release in December of twenty two that's been that's been announced already. Now that doesn't mean that I have an extra year to finish the film because the day we deliver Avatar to will start working on finishing avatar three. So where we are right now down in New Zealand shooting, we're shooting the remainder of the live action. We've got about ten percent left to go where one hundred percent complete on Avatar to you know just gotTa stop here real quick and just say I'm looking at. autosport house and it looks adorable. Core I'm looking at this big as Mary here in the back. He's got these little teacups look China look you know little plates and little animals back there. He looks like the this House looks like the House of the old woman that Babysat the kids in the neighborhood. Multitudes man you think he's just a strong man he's sophisticated as hook it really see him going to like antique shows and buying China sooner having tea parties with his wife was up and. I. You know I. Mean this funny. He does this big as guy that got this sense of the Shelf Baker. I like the meanwhile we're James Cameron living. That's my question. It seems very desolate like obviously he's on. His home or whatever. But you think you would spruce that thing up. It looks like a fucking like not a motel, but there's nothing on the walls man got the. Flour barely staying alive. Looks like he's at the W.. Two is about underwater and he's not watering those goddamn plants. Not at all, but he loves blue got a big. Blue Door? A Little. That was the way I can actually know if it was at James Cameron Movie, the Terminator Robert Patrick shows up in terminator two and that Shit immediately goes blue true lies shot in that blue tent for the entire movie. He's got a distinct style say that I believe he actually had a cat spray painted blue. Around the house inspiration, it's a genius I can do this. It's inspiration. You'll get it in twelve years whatever want to give me a couple of years actually kept talking. To resume that conversation right here we're short of ninety, five percent complete on on. The painting. That's a door God damnit. We're just we're very lucky in that. We chose this as our production site years ago we made the first film here in New Zealand and it turns out to be one of the its its ranking to the first or second best country in the world for its Kobe. Response. Germany's in the number one spot sometimes New Zealand's in the number one spot. So now all I do is sit back. And wait for the rest of the world to get their shit together. So he can release the
"robert patrick" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Now, their family relationships in this series are really central or what's going on and you have probably one of the most complex relationships on the show. Yes we did. Sisterly relationship is. Strongly Complex and never extremely complicated becomes even more complicated over the first season. It's one of the things I really loved about the show I mean, all the female characters are extremely strong dynamic women. You don't have your typical mother divine. There's also real human relationships, real family you. Self to me as a human draw. Thanks. Not. Show I I. Think I love the fact that she's kind of reluctant mayor and she has one of those speeches in the show where she just like. Really brings it home and really shows the kind of person that. You know it was Skies. It's terrifying moment on coming. Because you realize the depth of what it is, she's asking these people to she's asking everyone looks put our lives on the line. Some of us are going to die. We're GONNA fight for this town and we're not going to give up. On his so I've never I've never had to do that in my life. It was daunting to go out there and leave. Rally the troops, and it was exciting though too I mean I see. So many movies that stretches braveheart. That's always think about really grave. I think also one of the moment really shows you what she's made of for somebody calls her. Amanda. Mayor. I like this we s I liked that too I'm walking around on the air. Now, up I mean. What's amazing is There's digital versions of you did they do that for you as well? My character is not in the game. Oh. Yes. I game at some point, but you know does home basis defy. So unless she leaves town goes to San Francisco I don't know how that would happen. So A. For the sisters this year I. Definitely is you learn more about their background where they came from. Their relationship. It's a more complicated. Also you see some. Own. True love between the two. Sisterly love and respect. It's a very, it's a very black and white relationship though. At times can actually put him at odds. They are. You know they're flip sides of a coin of the Yin and Yang of the town in many ways, Amanda? For. The future. She's the voice of defiance. You. You know the hope of the town grace and Kenya, kind of rules the underworld. She's more of the darker side. Yeah. That's great. I remember watching you run super speed last year, and now you're a mayor I think it's always good step. Great to see. You love the show I really WANNA see more. And that is this edition of on the red carpet is brought to you. Every month the second Tuesday of each month, and it's only for you. Premium listeners. Thanks so much for subscribing and listening till next time. This is Tony. Tomato take care. Hi, this is Julia State. Hardly. From Smallville and Gemini Division on Mlive. Fringe. asking. Robert Patrick, James Marsters on. SCIFI. Talk Twenty. Two Lotto Colin Cunningham also known as Major Davis s she one stargate issue I should say either this is Christopher hired l. from sanctuary. I've played Montague John Druid. George Decay and I listened to Sifi Talk..
"robert patrick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"You can throw in there on that two Terminator. Robert Patrick. Yeah, So he's one I think is like a career bad guy. But he's never like blown me away is a bad guy. If that makes sense. She released their own. Yep, she's a good one. She's a good one. She's coming on strong As of late. She was in those snow White movies. Ah, spoiler. She's kind of the bad guy in atomic blonde. Ah, she plays Ah, What's her face and monster? Eileen War? Oh, so whatever her name one of the Oscar for the Unbelievable, Unbelievable. She very easily could've made the list. You already mentioned Andy Circus Michael Fassbender? Yeah, Fassbender stuff because I always love this character. So I ever never think of him as the bad guy. Maybe that'll change another guy that Have a real issue taking seriously when they're a bad guy. That's Willem Dafoe, and that's his face. He's so over the top man, It really is. So he's won again that looks like a villain. Like a funny villain like Spiderman Green Galvan villain. You know, that's a very good in that. Yeah. And, of course in Boondocks Saints Man, Come on. Let's not forget about Boondocks Saints. It's true. Josh Brolin and I already said he was a hero in one and then he plays one of the greatest villains of all time. But it's a lot of MO cap. If you watch the extras on that movie, he's fantastic. So good. He's incredible. Maybe not. Circus level Circus has been doing it for so long but broken in the mo cap role of Faneuil's. I mean, he he honestly deserved to get nominated for something playing one of the most iconic villains of all time. Malcolm McDowell. He's another guy that just looks deranged and his looks insane. Meryl Stree, didn't he play? Ah! He was the guy in the rob Zombie Halloween movies. Yes, he played Donald Placentas Roll. Sants Sants, Israel. That's right. Meryl Streep. She's played a lot of heroes. He's played 1000 rolls, but she's played a good villain. She's good for the most part. What if she wanted to be a career villain? She definitely could have done it, Hugo weaving, and it's for Matrix. Really? That's where I'm looking at. It more subtle was fine, you know, but I'm not him in the Matrix girls, but it's really the nominated agent Smith. Really, really good job. Passion? Yeah. Pesci is sort of De Niro light for me. Yeah, maybe home alone could have got him on the list. Pesci has made me laugh so many times. I don't necessarily think of him as a bad guy. He's so good and easy money so good. So good. I love easy Money. Top 10 Rodney Dangerfield movie soon the two youths that I remembered Pesci for Sigourney Weaver, but she's also played some of the greatest heroines of all time. Yeah, it's really going mortarboards villainy lately, but really hero for a long time. Woody Harrelson plays a really scary bad guy he can be, and he's a good example of when I first think of them, though I think of like fun loving Woody Harrelson, But when you actually look at his resume natural blonde killers, man, Yeah, a guy that's played a lot of villains, but he's tiny is Oscar Isaac Sands are just so small is so small. I haven't loved and Oscar Isaac role I think ever So I just don't really like him as an actor. I don't think he's bad, and I don't like him. I will throw this actors out there because apparently, she's played some of the greatest villains of all time. I've never seen any of her movies. Bette Davis. Bette Davis. Oh, like 19 sixties Bette Davis. Yeah, I was thinking about Jeeva to give her a goog Stephanie. I was thinking about Jean Davis and her of the Red lip. But already sure. Hey, Mac, May I ask you who is number one on our list? Mac and booze list the most definitive list of filling his actors sort of without a doubt because we both Adam, number one. I thought about putting Hopper number one. I thought about putting Harris number one. Kevin Spacey, the number one villain on our list. The number one villain this Listen real life looks when it works out. He's pretty much done acting, so we're not going to see anything more? Yes. So what? That's sort of what happened with Hopper Hopper was a really out spoken Republican and the early to thousands, and they basically blackballed him from Hollywood. So you haven't seen a hopper really in anything since, Like 2005. He's now dead. But that's sort of what happened to him and his black ball bases resume like he I would assume that much like we said, with Glenn close, and she has, like 25% of our roles as a villain, I would say that's basically is what 75%. He's almost always avail. Like Name a time. He was a good guy like American Beauty. Which he wanted Oscar for. He's not a good guy in American beauty. Oh, that's what he's good to me. The only guy who had a resume to match up with Spacey was Dennis Hopper. And I just like I think the best spacey rolls are better than the best hopper rolls. And that was the tiebreaker for me, but just like, Think about it. You got John Doe Roger Kent. Larry Hooper, Lex Luther Frank Underwood, Dave Harken. He's really a parking her horrible bosses, by the way, he saw it. Also movie look like bugs. Life isn't great, but he's spooky is Hopper. Yeah, it's great. Greatest topper. He is the quintessential villain. And he sort of, um he sort of not ugly enough that he can sort of play the leading man villain, You know, I mean, where is like Hopper can't be the leading man. Really? You can really get behind in space. We could be the leading man villain, and I think that's also a devil Could he could have been? Yeah, I think he's done well, right? Actually, no, I don't know Mel Gibson's making movies again. Yeah, but it'll be interesting. It'll be interesting to see how that plays out well lined up to the reason why we did this list is because we want to honor Kevin Spacey. Thea reason why we did. The list was thank you Tow y world, which by the way, Isn't the worst movie ever. I wish everyone was doing what Dennis Hopper was trying to do. Yeah, I'm like having fun with the movie costumes like the worst character in the whole movie. Everything around, Coster Not so bad. So I'm thinking, Where is the main character to future podcast? I would like to do. One just called, isn't the worst movie ever and just pick movies that people look at as the worst movie ever Just say in defence movie ever that'll be another segment in defensive and then also, I want to dio most overrated movies kind of in the opposite end of the month thing, because we're gonna have way different lists, but the movie has to have like over and 95% on rotten tomatoes. So pretty much We're just going after those pretty much films were just going after films. We should limit it to films that have won awards. Now that could be Golden Globe or whatever that also should be the qualifier, but also it has to be a film. It cannot be a movie. On the bag will love that upset. One more time. Who are the top 10 villainous actors of all time with Mac and do number 10. Billy Zane, number nine. Ed Harris, a tie at Number seven with Anthony Hopkins and Christoph Waltz number six. Bobby DeNiro number five Alan Rickman, a tie at Number three between Jack Nicholson and Glenn Close. Number two Javier Bardem and number one with a bullet. Kevin Spacey. If the rocks up that's getting.
"robert patrick" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule
"People are ready for this. And I, at that time I had no idea we show was going in all of these incredible ideas. All knows when I received that restricted red. Secret script that was hand delivered to me. I had to sign four. Over like what am I signing here? But It's just been a great journey. It really has a great an I I actually I love to do. Feature films but I feel like I'm shooting a feature every week. Know. I saw grateful to our actors because we give them so little sometimes and they've filling the lines with things like I. Remember the first scene. Tragedy in the pilot with Jim where she sits down with his character, and she says and the way she's talking to him. You feel like she knows him or know someone just like him, and and she made all those connections right up front, and that sorta became like the special relationship and the show that's continued and I was reminded of it again this week on the set when I came in and. It was it was really cool I got a little chill. Flashbacks shooting the pilot was a nightmare. Noted Hale everything broke off. I can't believe 'cause. It's great, and these guys are awesome in that. They're willing to take that leap. Accept that and say you know what there's a gray area in my character that I'm not sure about. It's still ambiguous to me, but doesn't. It doesn't limit them and you know we've been. We've been really spared with defining. Carter's back story. And it's something we want to get into this year and I think it'll be really rewarding fans I always say like what fans want to know. Something is kind of like, do they? Really because it's like my wife, she doesn't want me to go where you WANNA. Go to dinner. She wants me to tell where we're going dinner. He wants to be surprised. She wants to be swept away and I think that's how everyone feels about storytelling. We'll get. Are these moves buddy? You will soon. Accuser. Carter being a single mother did that my life influenced that at all. Always that much always wondered that I was like not even know that about you. Know. Coming up I, don't know what. Like. You're staying with your grandmother tonight. That's like this sounds like something. I wrote that. I said. What do you do like? You're a cop and you're single, mom, what do you do like even thought about that scene coming up, Fusco, I'm like. How's he going to go out? He's got a kid. How does that work? I mean you always gotTa have childcare. I guess, but. It's hard. You know and I think the sort of. Speaks more to the strength Carter's character to understand that she can juggle all that and handle that. It it just makes her that much stronger of care was sort of saw your character as kind of the compass of the show. She's actually. You've actually up to his point in the least great character, and towards the standing where she's coming from and what she believes about right and wrong, whereas recent doing stunts and stuff, and you know so, but it's becoming very interesting about her character now is that. In. The vendetta that she has against hr is is putting her out on a limb and. You gotta live in a basement. We would never have seen that from Carter I think in the first season is just she's been doing. Desperate things and how certain is Carter on her action. I think heart is very clear on everything. She's doing I don't think. She questioned any of her motives. Once she decided this has to be. This has to happen. She went forward. You know you gotta understand the need at all. It's the right thing to do. Maybe she's going about it in A. Not So Would you call it a legal way, but it's something that must be done. Because in her heart of hearts this, she met the man in a suit. He's taught her. Sometimes. You GotTa bend the rules to save a life you know and at the end of the day. She's a cop to the core and she's going to save a life, no matter what by any means necessary. She did it for the right reason, and also she was pushed i. mean she sees it. It's like an animal backed into a corner. She's coming out fight. You know. He's great to watch. Thank you, thank you so much. Wonderful, thank you. Thank you I really. Episode One thirty five of time capsule once again. This is Tony. A Lotta thanks so much for listening. Hi. This is jewel state. I can hardly from SMALLVILLE and Gemini Division. I'm going to start a fringed. Zanny. Robert Patrick hey this James Marsters on sci-fi Talk Tony Tomato. This is Colin Cunningham also known as Major Davis s one stargate as I should say either this Christopher hired l. from sanctuary. I've played montague. John drew. Hi. I'm George Decay and I listened to Sifi Talk..
"robert patrick" Discussed on The Travel Wins
"He's like. Oh, any leaned back and he's like I'm sorry. I'll be back later. Would you mind if I just got my friends over there to you? If you mind if I just over there and you know my daughter like? Something like that and he's like okay. Thank you like wave the. G Wave and got basketball. That was pretty cool so. I'll never forget. It is a good he he's. He was actually he did a movie with them caught red belt with my my Jujitsu. Instructor. Ten to help ban at least ten years ago. When I reached out him, he had the movie called Sergeant Will. Garner and He dumped his movie. He wrote it directed. Produced acted called all of his friends, Robert Patrick and Gary sinise had everybody he could he he goes I pulled all all my favorites in. And that's great so when every time he just goes out. Do Your podcast and I'm like really? Okay! But it's super super great guy, but if you found somebody like him and and I, don't I don't know how it works. But I know I would try and find people. Who made yellow seems like a big production house, paramount and all that. Right yeah. Big and Taylor shared in on. He's already onto another show. What did you like? What if he ended up our TV. I don't know if they're doing yes. I reached out couch RTD about advertising the book with them. And we're looking at doing something maybe when the. When the Rodeo 'cause they have. Exclusive rights to ultra Rodeo starting in July and I guess starting in January but. That didn't work out so. who knows a shines going to go off and they got a whole bunch is going on right now. Right. So yeah, reach out to them and I'm talking with them. They're more of a family oriented programming, so I think this novel, the little too dark for them. By a little too dark..
"robert patrick" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Before the conversation got a lot to talk about right now coming up soon we have Robert Patrick you know him as the. maniac terminator on the mark on the motors and on the show scorpion Montana any many many other things at the bottom there we have senior fellow at the center for American great disco fire California policy center and ring on LA's homeless as for talk a bit about that but now I want to talk about some of the stories that have been going by last couple of days so where should we starlets start with the Martin versus city of Boise. he'll right so what this is is what is called a amicus brief right the ninth Kurt Kurt ninth circuit court of appeals is the. origin of the deaths of three plus people a day they have blood on their hands anyone that made that appeal is a murderer let's talk about realistically what this is you I realize the end finite but the problem is what that the people that are advocates have zero training in mental illness and so don't wait wait wait no no no but but so we don't see it they live we don't see what me and Ben Carson for instance see I you have to you have to know what it is know how to do this certain kind of in your interviewing to evoke the symptomatology then know what can be done then do it and restore people to health and productivity that's what mental illness is not somebody's dice and seems like doing whatever they want to do or they just seem engaging aren't they lovely people yeah people mental illness are lovely yeah and they have a brain disorder that blocks their ability to amongst other things see what's happening to them and so I I I got a rash of garbage from advocates because of what was read into the record from me by answering bar was happening on days ago yeah and I thought oh my god they have no white no idea yeah what they're talking about so it becomes this abstract principle thing that is resulting as with many ideological. all works in killing people right so the night cursed circuit has blood on their hands those that brought that court are murderers and now multiple cities and counties in California are going to file an amicus brief LA county is one of those yes and I've been saying for a long time wind LA just settled inside while the courts say we have to leave people on the street let them sleep overnight and we can't do anything about it less we have a bed for them to go to blah blah blah blah blah I always said why don't you fight it to the Supreme Court but they were very happy to leave it with the ninth circuit court and just leave it at that because they were caving to the people who are free hours you should not listen to murder a force would you listen to murderers in any other situation course now I know there are cold mission of murder is based on ignorance none the less they are murderers and should be listened to accordingly. end of story exact offer there let the nuances come to bear later for now you have murdering homicidal people making a lot of noise you would never listened to many other circumstance if you understand what is going on here by the way Michael Shallenberger shut up to him to read another yes on Forbes after days thank god talking to you talk to us the rate down American psychosis and a great way so this book I keep yeah he goes to and talk to the author he goes to other people and he sees what's happening it's very simple to see so now we have multiple cities and as we talked with the any of the other day I guess that was on Monday or Tuesday a rid of surgery Sir Tory R. E. which is essentially the appealing process right is coming to the Supreme Court on behalf of the P. pull both those in the streets and everywhere else accolade to be able to help human beings and if you don't see it as such you are ignorant or you're an act of murder there's no there's no longer any any gray areas in the right and the amicus briefs are basically I'm here all it did that the definition is their legal documents filed an appellate court cases by non let against with a strong interest in the subject matter the breeze advise the court of relevant additional information or arguments that the court might wish to consider so I think Los Angeles all the other cities that are coming on are going they're going to present there you go look this is what's happening this is because of this law this is why we hope you review it and maybe over turn it because it's it's not working for our cities so before I play for you exactly what Katherine Barker read into the record is and by the way I threw in a little clinical stuff to try to bring around the murderers try to help them see what's going on what you do you're a doctor..
"robert patrick" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
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"robert patrick" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And I thought reality is well as performance, and you You know know. in the appropriateness for a movie was so important because the fakery can pull you out of it if you know and CG was opportunity something actually could do it real. And and it was so hard to get through the figuring out how to make CG worked. But I think in after the abyss which we only have like seventeen shots that was so successful. I didn't really understand it. I took a year off and I bought a textbook. On computer graphics. I think it was two thousand pages long. And I had no idea what an algorithm was or anything, and I spent about four months and a local coffee shop here reading the thing and came away understanding that it's not magic it. Everything's controllable. It's just that. It seems to me is the people don't know where the controls need to be to make it look real. And that's what I was looking for and hoping for and we've been working on it at I'll in for years with the computer graphic department. So we were kind of ready to make a big step and t to was the really big step, and I came up with ideas for digital composite. So you're no longer saw the map lines around the t to character any composite, and it was just great. And then, but I thought that was going to be the breakthrough film, but nobody to figure out what they were looking at in Jurassic came out, which of course, was the that the knocked everybody off and change everything you talk about seeing with. With an audience what that scene when when Robert Patrick passes through the bars at what is it in the asylum? Yeah. And what I miss about seeing movies with audiences is is the the UN the owing in the eye. You knew people had not or seeing something they had never seen before. Right. And there's a moment. Yeah. There's no flaw. Imagine. If that had been like, you know, much of the stop motion, stop motion animated figure something or in the dark, or you know, I just love that. That's the the magician pardon me. I guess the show that off do you actually do magic? Do you like magic? I did when I was a little kid like ten or twelve and I'm not good enough for it. I'm not I'm not that extrovert now films. Now, another thing that actors will have easier is that they don't need to wear bad to pays or get face. Lifts. I think they've been holed movies where they put hair on actors through computerization, and they they they make them. Look twenty years old. I was looking at Michael Douglas being made younger in the atman Bax mazing. It's pretty good. Yeah. I must say it's pretty damn good. I wanted to hate it. But it looked wonderful the aging. Yeah. Aging. Will you look at some of the credits, and and one of the big companies that does that work. They they got the second highest affects credit or not a big recent movie, and they just do the aging, and you look at and say who was it. Do they make look ten or twenty years younger? You know, they never say never say who you're what you're doing and fell never had to do that crappy old age makeup. I put the vessel lean on the lens. It soft. Yeah. Yeah. But you go back and you look at some of that old age makeup. You look at dick Smits work, oh on on Brando and and Dustin Hoffman for a little bit. And and. It holds up. They the exorcist and the exorcist because I heard like he max von Sydow is like forty when he did that. Yeah. After you forget, what brand over do you look like, but you look at any of those scenes now where he's in the makeup chair whether applying it you just can't believe it's the same guy. That's in that movie. The godfather. Brand was in his forties. When he did that. All right. Let's get to something fun you playing Nazi. Was my dream for our listeners that don't know. That's that's dentist behind the life magazine. I know that was the.
"robert patrick" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"Yeah, I did see homeland on his resume and figure that had to be how he got his job not as minor role in pride and prejudice six years earlier. But I don't know this guy. I've not seen homeland her good things never seen it. You know, what he came on when I was losing interest in the show. And I heard it got better. But I didn't like his Garrett or and I gave up mid season for. So I wouldn't say that the fact that he starring this was any encouragement, but I will say I feel like even though he is also playing s Asan with no personality devoid of human emotions. I am getting more out of his performance than I ever did from Olifants. He plays it. Sometimes like, you always see people in the eighties playing robots or aliens are mermaids the fish out of water comedy. Can you give me a second example? Lashed to. I agree with you store, physicality wise. He's pulling off the shaved head and the brooding man with no name off the screen right away for me. He's pulling off way more than Timothy elephant did and just the little bit of characterization that he's bringing to this. I do feel like this guy is a trained assassin with no emotions right off the bat. I'm giving this guy though ward for being the best agent. Forty-seven we've seen onstream today. Right up front. My biggest problem with Timothy Oliphant was always how his voice sounded. And how it just didn't feel like the voice of killer. And it's not just that his voice was the wrong pitcher that he was born with it. But the tone of his delivery and his inflection never worked here. This guy has a better voice. He sounds Legos Asan to me, you know, the stereotype I'm not gonna say that this is my best friend that I'm gonna wanna see play hitman every time as he better than Oliphant moderately. But this guy does not capture the screen. Any better than all fan? Did he does not hold my attention? He does not have the charisma or the presence to carry a film. He's damn lucky. He doesn't have to. Here's the thing. If this were a macho movie he'd have problems what I referenced earlier as there's times where this movie goes for funny. And this guy does make me laugh, I enjoyed them again in depth of Stalin and here in this movie as well. I think when he's pitched to do that he pulls it off. What's interesting, though, is that he's one of many people looking for cottiaux. She's kind of the Linda Hamilton. I mentioned Terminator we're going to spend a lot more time on her character and perceiving agent forty-seven as an aggressor as Terminator coming to. She is she is a target. He has been assigned to wipe her out. Yeah. Adding just watched the first movie we come to expect agent. Forty seven's going to be good guy. The person we're supposed to attach to but up front in this movie. It's very clear that we don't know what his means are and the first. Half of the movie plays like he's the bad guy. And we need to get away from him the first half hour of the movie, I'll agree, and I was very confused by that because coming in Zachary keen to I see in this. And I'm like, I think he's probably going to be our bad guy. But yeah, Terminator was on my mind as well. In the start of movie. It's like he's Kyle Reese going to get Linda Hamilton and running from this hitman, Terminator. And it fooled me because I always thought the hitman would be the hero. I didn't remember the trailers. I remember there were some I saw, but I don't remember what was in them. And I didn't watch the trailers or anything before this. But I was like are they really going to go the route that keep those are hero and hit man's the bad guy. The only thing that kept undermining it is Rupert friend had top billing, and we have not seen that happen in a video game movie. I don't think we've seen I'll character that you play in a game be the bad guy. I guess the closest we came to that was rampage. But typically if you play the character that's going to be the character. You also like and follow in the movie would have been really impressive if they had written this like this guy was Robert Patrick, the T one thousand and the main characters we liked always trying to get away from the hitman..
"robert patrick" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Miniature got sick during the war. That's decision. He made win. Just because you didn't take a bullet over there. Stories for so long. Okay. Organ liberal. Just an all star cast their for a sergeant will Gardner that opened today in theaters and is available video on demand. And we're back with the man behind it, the writer director and the star max MARTINI. Max thank you for coming on America. Trans love love love it that you're having me. Thank you so much. Where's that thrilled? And it must have been thrilling to to have your friends. Gary Sinise, you're from the unit Robert Patrick, come come and support this it had to be fun shooting it and so at a firing. Gary. Through our charity work and became friends. Weird something in common or concern for veterans. Working with him. One is an actor was such a dream. Come true, you know, but but being able to collaborate with this on the film with the this driving cars behind it was even better. Roberts. Great friend of mine. Head to the castle. One of the things that it was so beautiful about the beginning processes of putting this this project together. The cast in the people were so passionate about what we were trying to do. I'm trying to accomplish New Mexico had a program that. For veterans. So we pulled from the program. We put veterans to work behind the camera. Really? Oh, yeah. We had one of the stores were. Tanada is a local address in Mexico that is was in the army. He he jumped from the plane as he was injured in that John was parachute. Tangled he bounced on the ground and survived it, and you know, when he came I came into office. And he said, look, you know with Florida this. My father was a veteran. I'm a veteran. I had this is this accident and had a difficult time. I will say that not all do. But but a lot of soldiers have difficult time navigating the VA system. It took a decade to get his Venezuela sedan. You don't want we call to give him the the role. He was practically living out of his car. So this was a major success story. And and it was such a great thing that he could join us, and we were able to help him out financially and give them a career a boost his traumatic traumatic is fantastic actor, and so happy to affordable projects max that is such a neat story about you have some many. So you you have Mona vista productions, but any production company, tell us again with this New Mexico, and they can specifically call in and try to hire people who have served our country. There's there's a through the New Mexico film authors. They have a veteran veteran program. So if you're a veteran and you're looking to get into movie production, and then there's quite a lot of it in New Mexico. You can call. The walk you through the steps. But they're they're really behind the veteran community there. And they have this amazing program. And if you're a filmmaker and you're going to New Mexico. You can get a tax break by using the veterans in in your also helping veterans by bringing them on. And it's just a great program all around. So, you know, take advantage of God bless that sounds so knees. I'm just so thrilled that again opening today sergeant will Gardner and on VOD people can just watch it. Now. Click over right after hearing here. Max talk about it. And then it's coming out on Blu Ray to right? So the movie comes out on Blu Ray, DVD February nineteenth..
"robert patrick" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Was it was doing psychiatry and sociological commentary and family stories and everything else. But when it wanted to just do straightforward mob stuff like in that episode. It could be amazing. And you could understand why the fans wanted the show to beat at all the time, maybe not with you know, a beloved character dying. But you get my point. It's just about the FBI versus the mob, and almost everything else gets put aside for that week, Matt for you those for pills, which would you like the most? Well, gosh, I mean, it's tough. I mean, I- Whitecaps as pantheon episode for sure, but I think my my own personal taste might run more towards soprano movies because one of the one of the aspects of the show that we touched on at the at the reunion last night. And that I don't think it's enough Chretien as these one offs these little these kind of self contained almost like a little like ensemble movie within the show like it's almost like it's got parentheses around it, the sopranos did those really well and soprano. Soprano home movies is a great example of that the whole thing is, you know, taking place out at that lake house. There's really only four characters in it. And it feels like a little stage play, you know? And and you know, it's a family event where things go south, and and the sopranos did a number of those that were I thought superb including profile of wish go from season three, which is about the aftermath of his death. And that's that whole long sequence in the reception at the spray. No household where almost every one of the characters gets a beautiful little area and then season five Marco Polo, the pool party the episode where Tony and Carmella get back together after their estrangement. I think that one's great and then in season season six or is it seven Alan would know, Mr. and MRs John Sacranie request. I think. That's six six. Okay. Yeah. We should probably distinguish why we why we say season seven. Object guys, put it in the book, the fact that they had to do it because it would affect the salaries read the actors the way Hollywood guilds work every new season of show is made everybody gets raises. So sometimes you'll see this breaking bad did a to mad men did as well. They treat basically two seasons worth of episodes as one so they can avoid the budget going up too much. I know it was reading that cone. All right. That makes more sense though. We're talking right now is Matt Zoller sites. Alan separate wall. Their book called the soprano sessions is a must recheck out available now with the twentieth anniversary of the show. How about this roll call of actors, especially for guys who have not seen the show or gals? Like, my producers, Dan, Rick, listen, this is supporting actors who just showed up for few episodes, maybe season. Robert Patrick gambling addict, Robert loggia, Robert Loja as feats lamonica, David stra thin. I love him as Wessler Furio just for the dance. Steve Shemi is Tony be Ben Kingsley. Lauren Bacall themselves. So to Jon Favreau, Frankie Valli Frank, Vincent. NFL Ciara as Spitfire. Gloria will Arnett one of my favorite comedic actors John hurt VIN. Vindication Sidney Pollack outstanding as a prison guard Lin Manuel Miranda lady Gaga Allen of all those actors, which one did you think man that guy or girl was really special shura? You know, it's and it's a real shame. What happened career after that which has been written about extensively over the last year? But you know, she had been sort of memorable in the nineties and then things didn't quite go anywhere. She turns up near the end of season three as Gloria Trillo. And it was just an the show was kind of wandering around after Nancy Marchand died because he was a plot of season. Three was Tony has to be nice to his mother to keep her from testifying against him and his Rico trial about the tickets, and they had to scramble and start over from scratch and suddenly finds his focus with this just electrifying performance by her and she's only four episodes total, but they're four of the most memorable episodes the show ever did Matt for you of those actors, I cited, which when did you really think? Give me the list again, dude that was a lie. Robert Patrick is a gambling addict Robert loggia each LeMond, David. Stearns Wexler, furious dance..