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The Magic of Screenwriter and Director John Milius

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:51 min | Last month

The Magic of Screenwriter and Director John Milius

"You think of the top ten most memorable lines in movies. He's written like five of them. It's crazy so i don't know how way with But it's not just the lines. It's not just thing because the reason the lines are memorable is because the moments or memorable which is because the characters are memorable rights and that's the difference between a lot a lot of other directors and writers would do great things but they don't get that that that it's it's hard to put your finger on exactly what it is. It's almost like this. You really know the character right. But you're selling him short and it's easy for you to do because you're so close to the fire and what comes to me is look. They're great directors. Okay spielberg i get it There are great scriptwriters. Mike yovich and others. But there's nobody who's a great script writer. Incredible great director incredible and producer. And then the guy who's like the l. surgeon for everybody else when they that film is tanking his garbage in the rushes are coming in and nobody wants to see it released and he comes in and he gets the paddles and he fixes it with a little. Bit of a rewrite. That robert shaw delivers and makes the movie. So it's at it's poverty for you to analyze. But how does he have that that that circumference of talent. I mean i think if i obviously can't say from his perspective but from knowing his career path i think it was Forged out of the fact that he was forced to do anything. They didn't want him to direct for the first half of his career. And that's very common get pigeonholed as a writer director in hollywood and he was getting these incredible fees the rate that he was getting to write scripts at his you when he was right on radioed fee was at the beginning right and that was for Judge roy being weirdly was like an broker record for a screenwriter so he was like the top earning screenwriter in hollywood at that point and for him to be like no. I want a direct. And i'm not going to release. I'm not going to give you my next script unless i get to direct it. Which was well. I think he got the record breaking rate because they he wanted to direct that and he kept bargaining back and forth and they were just like no rather than direct which is weird. Because that's the thing is unless you come out of film school directing no one trusts you to direct you. It's very hard to transition into directing producing or writing or anything yourself it can take decades and arm twisting and you won't get any money and that's what happened is he didn't take a fee but for he he wrote a script everyone was gonna want. Which was dillinger. And then he. And then he insisted on directing it himself and that's how he finally was able to start

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"robert shaw" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"robert shaw" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And Robert Shaw I promise you you'll be treated to a string of pretty interesting shows that are produced on a dime and you can buy some work there of real great up and coming artists for like zero zero forget about the hundred and fifty thousand dollar idiot bananas for and by the way do forget about the get the banana everybody before I let you go you have the Whitney biennial it seems like all of course when you buy an out what was different this year well it was the best and best of biennials in the worst of biennials because it almost disappeared after the protest a flat circle boom at this is a good radio as for the artist in fact dropped out and then they didn't but that's our room our world these days the but the bottom line is the Whitney biennial had more than fifty percent women at the highest percent in fact over the fifty percent artists of color if people complain about that that makes it mediocre I would just say to them for about the last fifty thousand years white men like me have been allowed to have really pretty good careers by being just mediocre alike to me and now we can allow other people to have that kind of great career and you know what people the future will sort it out if we don't in the end like those women for example the bead dealt right back out of our history in no time and newsflash if you're a woman or a person of color and you get to the Whitney yeah better than mediocre see I always get this wrong twice as much that is far payments see a man forgets this well you make me laugh all the senior art critic at New York magazine we talked about his best happenings for twenty nineteen Jerry thanks for coming in.

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"robert shaw" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

12:51 min | 2 years ago

"robert shaw" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Lakefront. I'm Vic Vaughn in the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN castle the Super Bowl. S most ridiculous suggestion I've ever heard. That's my canceling Christmas. If you do what you might as well. Cancel every. That is kill Robbie talking to Robert Shaw Robert Shaw from my jaws Robert Shaw from from Russia with love Robert Shaw from the sting. I'll take that bag that understanding Robert Shaw is the security guy in a movie called black Sunday where Bruce Dern a neutral grad, by the way, she tied that nicely. Bruce Dern is part of a terrorist group called Black September. And they have announced they're going to do something terrible to America on this day. And then Robert charter security guard figures out that they're coming to the Super Bowl and black Sunday is all about how are they going to stop Black September for coming in the Super Bowl. And that's the scene when he asked the owner of the dolphins. Joe ravi? It's kind of weird the other the dolphins play in Joe Robbie Stadium. What a coincidence that a guy by that name would would own the dolphins. He asked you Robbie watches cough the game. And that's his response cough, the Super Bowl you can't do that. So black Sunday, not the greatest sports movie ever. But of sports movies tend to be about. You know, something goes bad. But the team rallied around each other and they come back and win. This is not that movie. Visit different movies have chance check out black Sunday. All right. So did Giulio clever. Boy, he is he did your favorite cold weather movie, your favorite warm weather movie while I'm staring the Super Bowl Super Bowl fifty three in the face on Sunday. So I just wanna know one thing what is your favorite sports related Moby fish three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred you can text or you can call. That's all we wanna know. Here is somebody checking in from the eight four seven saying it's a tie between Rudy and rocky road is pretty good. I don't want to spoil it. But it's been about twenty years the scene where they all bring the jerseys to the coach is awesome. But rocky blows Rudy away. Jimbo. I wonder if that's the same JIMBO JIMBO says, the rookie is a great movie. I here you go. This is nice. This is from the eight one five miracle miracle is the story of the one thousand nine hundred Olympics in Lake Placid where the American team knocks off the Russians Kurt Russell plays. Coach her Brooks, look, just like them. And if you YouTube if you Google little kid does her Brooks speech, you will not be disappointed. So I wanna know simply what is your favorite sports movie. Three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred Madame rose that line Madame rose, you're on WGN. Yeah. Somebody just already got mine. I was gonna say the rookie was Dennis Quaid. I think his best performance. It's great now for people that have not seen it. I'm echoing the radio on could you turn on the other? It would take me to get to it. I'm sorry. It's all right. So echo echo echo. It's okay. Don't worry about it. Dennis Quaid plays a guy. He's a teacher who like inist mid thirties. Makes the Tampa Bay rays and he plays in a game in Texas where he's from against the Rangers rose. I'm getting echo maps. Let you go. Thanks. The kid from three and a half men, his son the son. Oh, yeah. Right cake. Yeah. She talking about the wonderful Dennis Quaid and the rookie. Please don't apologize. Thank you very much for calling rose leaves lying open. I so it's pretty cool movie. Because. This one guy story his he's like the baseball coach in highschool Nate. They dare him. They challenge him to go out. And there's a tryout go out and make this team, and he goes out for and he makes the team then you ever see the rookie. Oh, yeah. My it's one of my mom's favorite feel good sports movies. So what are you say for older, people know just a sucker for those those stories feel good? It's definitely feel like would you? Here's we will get into the argument. Would you call the blindside sports movie? Yes. I would it's about the blind side is the true story of Michael or I sure bowl winning offensive tackle from the Baltimore Ravens who played high school and college in Mississippi, Sandra Bullock, won the Academy Award best actress for her performance in the blind side. It's about this very well to do white family who takes in this black kid who's down on his luck. And he becomes part of the family. And you know, the story is that he you know, he is able to focus on football. He becomes this football star and makes the NFL, but to me, that's like a sports movie second, it's a story about life. I, but it's really really good and. Boy in the TV show berry with with which on H B O with Henry Winkler. And Josh hater. They reference doing a monologue from that movie where she tells him you got to protect the quarterback. You know like you get protect protect backfield. Like, they're your family late their us. So that's really good movie. I'm glad that rose thought of that. And I'm glad that JIMBO thought of it taxi driver, Bob. Well, well, well, look what the wind blew an Hulo. Bob. Hey, man. I I turn on the radio, and I hear your voice and now you're like wide awake. What are you jacked up on red bull and babka Chuck with their chocolate Bubka will put a little little side? Skipping your staff. Yes. It always stayed with me. I really. There's a lot of good sports movies, but I'm fifty eight and when I saw the tide of the Yankees with Gary Cooper TV in the black and white history of the you get don't get me wrong. I'm a big cubs fan mad at big New York Mets or Yankees fan. But there's so much history behind the Yankees and Babe Ruth, and Lou Gehrig, and Gary Cooper did a great job in saying Garrick and. The caller prior. I was thinking of Lou Gehrig, God speaking to the Yankee fans at the stadium thing. I feel like I'm the most luckiest lucky man in the world. And yeah. All that. I don't know. The the black your white. In the history of everything it, really if you're a you're a baseball purist. You know, you really could enjoy that movie. You know, I it's a great movie, it's fantastic movie. And one of the things love about it is they they shot scenes in an old Comiskey park. You see the arches in the outfield, and that's garyk got into his first game echinacea park, and it's really really fun to watch. It's great. All right. A lot of people wanna talk. So check it to as many people as possible. Thank you. Thank you for checking in we appreciate it. Texas are all over it. You can call or text us at three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred from the six three os mentions. Lou Garrick story field of dreams if you build it. They will come and league of their own. Did you see league of their own Ben? Oh, yeah. From the late. Great penny Marshall. Yeah. I met her it really feel one night. And she was awesome. So cool. Yeah. She's really cool. She also directed big league of their own. Of course is about the female baseball league that happened during the war when a lot of the players like Ted Williams, and and other greats got called over to fight for America in WW two and the Rockford peaches are the the big team here, and they filmed a lot of that at Wrigley field. And you know, there's no crying baseball's from that movie, and Rosie O'Donnell and Madonna are it. But all I remember from that movie is Jon lovitz, see the way this works is the train moves. Yeah. The ground stays here and the train moves. That's awesome. I here's a guy saying, I I know I know people like this. But from the eight four seven rush Formula one at its best. Oh, yeah. That's a that's a good one. Now, here's where we get into the argument. Again, the discussion is this a sports movie? If if it is it's one of the funniest sports movies ever, it is Caddyshack Caddyshack. I'll I'll give it sports movie because there's still a competition in their. But I mean, it's about it's about right? There is a I mean, it's about here's one thing about Caddyshack. I'll say, okay. First of all Bill, Murray's brilliant, films down the Bill, Murray's, brilliant and Ted. Knight left us far too early. Ted Knight is so great in that movie of but you I don't golf, okay. Like growing up. It was nice out. I was going to the ballpark or I was going. To the race track. Or I was getting turned down by some hot chick a pool. But if you go go to any golf course as soon as you step out on the golf course, you cannot help but make Caddyshack references. It's impossible. Yeah. Like if you step out on the baseball field. You don't feel the need to quote, all the great lines from baseball movies. But if you step out, our golf course you cannot help, but but just start quoting Caddyshack lines. So I get that for the love of the game two one nine I'm gonna I'm gonna politely disagree with that. Better you in that movie? For love of the game. That's the one where Kevin Costner is the pitcher for the Tigers and John C Riley's his catcher. And he's in the middle of a perfect game. Any in throughout the movie edgy pitching his perfect game. He reflecting back on his life. Yeah. I give it a half and half. Cam passing on the obvious joke. I mean, yeah. I would I would not consider it a full-blown sports movies because that's the drive storyline. Okay. Here's the funny. I wish we had a price to give gene from the seven zero eight ice castles, I love it. Yeah. Well, then Holly Johnson who I believe was also a bond girl kicking and screaming from seven hundred eight because the coach is in there. Yes. He is. Dick has cameo fantastic. Yeah. Did I ever see the cutting edge is cutting edge the movie about the hockey player who can no longer play hockey? So it becomes an Olympic pair skater Moyer Kelly. I believe Myra Kelly and who's the guy in that? The I forget. Oh, I can get that. I did a bunch of stuff in the nineties. Right. Right. But cut DB Sweeney, right? Yes. Yeah. DVD Sweeney without going to my phone. How about that? Yeah. What do I win? Topac? That's not a bad movie. It's not like the greatest sports movie ever. We we we have different things break. Yeah. We probably should what will break. We'll come back. We'll keep talking about the full comeback with Kathy. We'll come back with one of the great one of the greatest sports movies ever. And then it'll be Cathy's. Turn we want to know. What is.

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"robert shaw" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"robert shaw" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"It actually the seven. Okay. What I thought was so important in everybody looks at growth, but we always kind of look at, you know, how do you lose money because I hate having conversations with clients when they lose money that you just those are just not pleasant. You don't look forward to. Ruins nine-day more than lost point of those eighty percent of the people said their maximum loss. Could only be of endowments could only be five percent. So they put a stop loss. Senate five percent. Well, that's certainly one way, but they have asset classes that can do. Well, regardless of what the markets are doing what I find interesting is that they can quantify what their maximum losses or maximum drawdown. And you know, we can do that on our website at WWW all investment our dot com for free distress Tasse app. I love that. You're I got to tell you this to Robert L. I don't say a whole lot of nice things about Robert Shaw will now I'll take this Aragona. It's a new year whenever you send any of your customers or clients over to talk to us about funding. Oh, sure. The one thing I always hear from him is a completely trust. Robert. He said. Need to put a chunk of money over here. Is there anything else on need to know about it? And a lot of that. I believe starts the stress tests. I'll have people talk about that. Well, thank you. And and it's nice Jeff why we're being so nice to each other. In the year. Right. We all these goals and aspirations.

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"robert shaw" Discussed on Dan Carlin's Hardcore History Addendum

Dan Carlin's Hardcore History Addendum

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"robert shaw" Discussed on Dan Carlin's Hardcore History Addendum

"I was ten when I can tell you that it was a huge event and sort of an unexpected when there'd been a novel that had done pretty well. But the novel was very different than the movie and the movie as all. I think really great films do has a number of really fine actors in it. And you give those people a really fine script. And I guess there was a significant amount of improvisation from time to time that made it into the final version that the actors did. But you remember who was in that immed- ROY Scheider who is great in Richard Dreyfuss who's still great and my God yet Robert Shaw who was unbelievable in in in that role. I mean among others. And you get the three of them at certain points in the story, and they're just in the cabin. I mean, there's no scenery, there's no movement really of the cameras. It's just those three actors working to find scripted. At one point, Robert Shaw goes into a monologue and it's incredible from from appreciating the craft standpoint. Those of you who remember though the monologue it has to do with the character that Robert Shaw is playing in his past. He's playing sort of an old seadogs kind of fishermen who's going to catch this shark. And he knows a lot about sharks, and he goes into the background, turns out he was on the USS Indianapolis, and those of you who know that story know how that's connected to sharks. And so I'm watching this the end, like I said of jaws the other night. And I just thought, you know, the Indianapolis is amazing story and it typifies where sort of some of my interest tend to lean as you all know. I always like to say maybe it's a nice way of saying that I'm into the extremes of the human experience, but some people think I'm just into war and there's violence, and you know, it's funny sometimes a read accounts from like one hundred years ago. There's famous from a German general von Moltke where he talks about sort of the the reasons you wouldn't want to go too long between wars because it brings out something in the human character, and he's not talking about the low level side into the killing of your fellow man in butchery. He's talking about sort of the higher side of the human experience and it's weird to think about that. See, I don't agree with him about that. I'm not going there, but the story of the Indianapolis is a perfect example of something where it only happens because. War, but what happens after the sinking of the ship, the famous sinking of the ship is one of these tales where I mean, you just it sends tears down your face and not just because of the human suffering, but because of the human reaction to the suffering, right that it was kind of those higher qualities that von Moltke was sort of referring to when you see people under amazing amounts of physical and psychological pressure with fellow human beings and how they act in situations that are far more stressful than what one could be expected to reasonably handle. The Indianapolis combines a number of things which would make my top ten list of worst nightmares rap Amal into one wonderful package. If you are a fan of disaster movies, not to compare this to a disaster movie, no offense, family members of Indianapolis survivors or not survivors. But I mean, thank you. My my mom was in a movie once that was a knock knock off of the towering inferno. So build burning building. That's a disaster movie. You hang a whole movie on that, and you have something like the Poseidon adventure or Titanic, which is a disaster movie of ship sinking sea Han whole movie on that. There are. I mean each each segment and phase in the Indianapolis story is one of those disaster films. And by the time the the stories over and has the story ever really over, you know, these people. It's like these people went from the towering inferno hopped on board the Titanic. I mean it just one thing after another, and I don't mean to to make light of it because when you read the accounts of what these people went through and then you sort of magnify it because what they went through is not that uncommon in human history..

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"robert shaw" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"robert shaw" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Question three named to actors or actresses from the Richard Dreyfuss Robert Shaw? Yes. Question four jaws won three Oscars name. One of them best sound. Editing the sound editing. Question five named to movies. Listen on. I'm db that people who like jaws also liked who jaaz to and close encounters with kind of those were those were the two. Question six, how much money to jaws cost to produce within three million dollars. I got this one right. Fifty million dollars knows eight million dollars. Question seven how much money to Josh gross worldwide within ten million dollars hundred thirty million dollars. Four hundred seventy million dollars. Talk to them. I like the question eight. How long has jaws theatrical Runtime within five minutes ninety? Seven minutes. One hundred twenty second. Yeah, that's almost the exact same thing every that's pretty good. This is weird question. Let's see if you guys say the same thing here. Question, nine finishes, quote, you're gonna need a bigger. I said for that one. Question ten. When we first he quit his walking into a pub. What is the name of that pub? Jaaz Wailers salmon. Question eleven first time you see Sean Brody on the beach. She is singing a song. What is the name of that song. No idea. Hot child in the city. Do you know the Muffin man? Question twelve. If you had said that the selling to Beverly Beverly Hills. Get the town's attention when he enters the town meeting chalkboard? Yes. Question thirteen. How much money does Quint want to kill the shark the first time? Yes, ten thousand dollars. Question fourteen. What city in Australia was Hooper supposed to go to. Sydney, brisbane. According to Hooper, how long is the shark. I got this one right by the way seventeen feet. No, we'd be within two feet of twenty feet twenty two question sixteen according to Quint within two feet. How big the shark. Forty. No, twenty five. Of course. Seventeen finishes tagline for the movie. See it before you go. Under? No. Ooh, that's good. That would have been going. We quick note you already lost question. Eighteen what kind of shark was caught that everyone believed was the right, shark tiger shark. Yes, of course. In nineteen. What movie overtook jaws for the highest grossing film of all time? Just a couple years later. Couple years later, Star Wars? Yes. What question twenty director, Steven Spielberg named the shark Bruce after someone who worked for him, it's a cinematographer cinematographer agent. False. False. Maybe this lawyer, but that's agent Reuss. Bruce Dern knows his lawyer. Right. Mr. direction. Okay. Let's you. One, two, three, four. Five, six, seven. Eight nine. Got for movie, they'd seen. I should have been able to beat that though. In ninety nine seventy seventy five seventy seven. The fact that someone had to tie the all time record to beat me makes me feel like a winner. Yeah, one less than the all-time record and be you. Seven. He got nine. Yes, but he had to get right, but that's not the point. The point game, though the game. Great game, Todd, thank you. Now we'll get into these games. You guys can either work together or compete in was called cattle call. And so I named a lot of movies and you tell me what actor or actress turned all these movies down. Okay. I can tell you almost any movie that Wilson turned out, you can't? Yes. Well, that's a big spoiler alert for the cattle call today. So did you pick the movies is literally Will Smith was the answer for the whole game? I can't tell if you're being serious snake is the matrix. Capex is most Jones phone booth. Mr. and MRs Smith Django unchained I didn't know about snake eyes. Wow. That way an interesting movie with him and we got to somehow leave this part in. We'll get funny that you brought up just Will Smith. Yeah, that's how I know he was the person in cattle call today. That's not even thinking that. Well, foam was interesting because he's very honest. Yeah. Okay. He's in these. I'm also seeing like an edited interview. He probably asked for, but he seems very honest. He said with with phone booth, he was like, I really, really loved the script who was, who was it who he said, but I didn't think that the villain had enough motivation. Oh, interesting..

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"robert shaw" Discussed on The Truth

The Truth

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"robert shaw" Discussed on The Truth

"Okay. Now, back to everything is alive. Well, there's, there's a lot of wanna talk to you about today. Do you do water? Anything that I'm completely self contained. I want to ask you about your time before you ended up in the fridge, you're in now, so you you, I take it. Were you were in a supermarket, and where were you? I was gonna Safeway. I was bought at a case, so there were twenty four of us. We were all purchased together and actually our next residents was a bowling alley for a twelve year old birthday party. I saw most of the rest of my case drunk at that party. I was not drunk. I was save for later and brought home and put into refrigerator and then forgotten about for a few months placed in the back of fridge. Sure. I froze in the fridge was in the very back and the temperature got very cold. I didn't freeze all the way through, but I had a frozen couple of weeks pretty learn your slushy inside. I was lush inside. Yeah. And I had a brief adventure. When they realized I was still in the fridge, and they took me out for a road trip. I got to sit in the front seat Cup holder, you know? Yeah. And I took a little fun road trip down to Florida. And then back again and they never got around to drinking me on that trip. And they put me back in the fridge, and that's where I've been ever since. It sounds like you were almost chosen so many time. What does it feel like when you're say at this birthday party and you're waiting for your moment. We ever seen the movie jaws. Yeah. So you know the story that that Robert Shaw tells to ROY Scheider and the other guy. Anyway, you know the story about the US Indianapolis or he's in the water, and the sharks are coming, and he's waiting to be picked off and he's waiting and having that long dark night and one by one, seeing his friends go. That's kind of what it was like. For me, it was terrifying. And on the one hand, I was very angry at Uman beings for being in this position to consume us. And then on the other hand was also very angry how come you didn't wanna consume me. Yeah. When you when you think about being consumed by human, do you think about the human that you wanna be in. If and when I'm finally consumed, I hope I'm consumed by someone who enjoys it. But I like to imagine. That if you're drunk immediately that instead of being a painful process, there's the sort of first moment of relief can is cracked open. All of this internal fizzing that I have going on finally has somewhere to go. Just sort of round out from your external can have that last moment where you're feeling purpose and beginning to blend in with this human being and you become part of their story. Truthfully, here's how I expect to go assuming that I am consumed. I'm expecting. It's going to happen in the middle of the night. We're, I'm not waiting for it and someone's going to open the fridge and pull me out. And that'll be that. It would be nice to be porn into nice, big pint glass. You know. Frosty Naga be pretty good way to go. Have you pleasant? You know. I doubt that's going to happen though. They don't reserve frosty mugs for go to colas. That's just another one of those facts of life. How did you see jaaz? Oh, the human being who lives in my house was watching jaws. They took me out of the fridge and kept me on the table. And I thought this is this is my big moment. Kind of part of me. There was the Robert Shaw scene where he's telling the story of the Indianapolis, and I was thinking, boy, this is just too perfect. This would be amazing. He was reaching for me. He was gonna go for me. And then at the last minute, you know, another woman being came into the house and scolded him on not drinking soft drinks. I back in the fridge. Wow. Yeah, I would have been perfect. Yeah. You know, I should ask you..

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"robert shaw" Discussed on The Truth

The Truth

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"robert shaw" Discussed on The Truth

"Okay. Now, back to everything is alive. Well, there's, there's a lot of wanna talk to you about today. Do you need do water? Anything that I'm completely self-contained. I want to ask you about your time before you ended up in the fridge, you're in now, so you you, I take it. Were you were in a supermarket. And where were you? I was in a safe way I was bought at a case, so there were twenty four of us. We were all purchased together and actually our next residents was a bowling alley for a twelve year old birthday party. I saw most of the rest of my case drunk at that party. I was not drunk. I was saved for later and brought home and put into refrigerator and then forgotten about for a few months placed in the back of fridge. Sure. I froze in the fridge was in the very back and the temperature got very cold. I didn't freeze all the way through, but I had a frozen couple of weeks pretty learn your slushy inside. I was lush inside. Yeah, and I had a brief adventure when they realized I was still in the fridge, and they took me out for a road trip. I got to sit in the front seat Cup holder, you know? Yeah, and I took a little fun road trip. Down to Florida. And then back again and they never got around to drinking me on that trip and they put me back in the fridge, and that's where have been ever since. It sounds like you were almost chosen so many time. What does it feel like when you're say at this birthday party and you're waiting for your moment. We ever seen the movie jaws. Yeah. So you know the story that that Robert Shaw tells to rob ROY Scheider and the other guy. Anyway, you know the story about the US Indianapolis or he's in the water, and the sharks are coming, and he's waiting to be picked off and he's waiting and having that long dark night and one by one, seeing his friends go. That's kind of what it was like. For me, it was terrifying. And on the one hand, I was very angry at Uman beings for being in this position to consume us. And then on the other hand was also very angry how come you didn't wanna consume me. Yeah. When you when you think about being consumed by human, do you think about the human that you wanna be in. If and when I'm finally consumed, I hope I'm consumed by someone who enjoys it. But I like to imagine. That if you're drunk immediately that instead of being a painful process, there's the sort of first moment of relief can is cracked open. All of this internal fizzing that I have going on finally has somewhere to go. Just sort of drowned out from your external can have that last moment where you're filling purpose and beginning to blend in with this human being and you become part of their story. Truthfully, here's how I expect to go assuming that I am consumed. I'm expecting. It's going to happen in the middle of the night. We're, I'm not waiting for it and someone's gonna open the fridge and pull me out. And that'll be that. It would be nice to be porn into nice, big pint glass. You know. Frosty Naga be pretty good way to go. You pleasant. You know, I doubt that's going to happen though. They don't reserve frosty mugs for two colas. That's just another one of those facts of life. How did you see jaaz? Oh, the human being who lives in my house was watching jaws. They took me out of the fridge and kept me on the table. And I thought this is it. This is my big moment. Kind of part of me. There was the Robert Shaw scene where he's telling the story of the Indianapolis, and I was thinking, boy, this is just too perfect. This would be amazing. He was reaching for me. He was gonna go for me. And then at the last minute, you know, another human being came into the house and scolded him on not drinking soft drinks. I pulling back in the fridge. Wow. Yeah, I would have been perfect. Yeah. You know, I should ask you..

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"robert shaw" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"robert shaw" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"I mean if you know there's some issues i had with it but it is definitely worth checking out i mean seriously you get to see robert shaw crawling through field on fire wielding a snake in laughing and cackling wielding snake and yelling get his enemies i mean that alone that could be your trailer literally having my notes wrote white to call him out and said he was over the top oh yeah maybe but amazingly over the top nets i mean it's robert shaw i mean that guy being over the top kind of like you're welcome you know like he's he's great he's robert shaw he can and i honestly i loved his dynamic with mcdowell on this because shaw is kind of it's it's always he's i think he's over the top he's more theatrical but i actually thought because these characters you know in the book and especially in the film you have the older guy in the younger guy and there's obviously like dynamic reveal the guy views you know chevy's ansel as sort of like week spoiled boy which he's clearly not as clever and he's in the shitter along with him but their dynamic was so cool because shaw this more grizzled and he's more of the kind of actor in some ways not hamby way but it's just you know more of his background and whereas mcdowell to me was more natural like he's more of a naturalistic actor but equally intends and he can he can easily bring up his volume if he needs to just i don't know see those to kind of play off each other to me that was one of my favorite things about this film i agree totally and that's one of the things that deepens on multiple viewings for me is watching the subtle willie's that their characters interact in in some ways you know when we give more into the plot we can talk about but there are moments between the two them that on first viewing seem to one way but on second third viewings kinda shifted dramatic from me at least in terms of power struggle the power struggle between the two of them in henschel would be easy to just place them into two column sin say that shaw is the muscle and mcdowell is the brains because that's not necessarily true there's not necessarily that line of demarcation we get quite a few times where that's the case but they're not join together like tony curtis in sidney poitier or you know black mama white mama kinda thing they're not chained together they have to be figuratively chained together because they complement one another there's a moment where feels like they're going to part and that's where we do get the moment of you might have the cans of food but i'm the one that was smart enough to bring the can opener so it does they complement each other in that way i don't think that we necessarily get them wine to split up in the book i think that they're always in it for the long call but they do make a good team and they will switch positions occasionally were one is the smarter one but i think it's nice to that shaw's character really relies on mcdowell's character even though he does berate him quite a few times one of the first time we hear him talking to him he's like oh you.

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"robert shaw" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"robert shaw" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Movies channel channel yeah they can be a prison channel jails or bars feel one hundred percent confidence saying directly to you that's not a good idea perfect storm again yeah last one who when the movie sue candidates spielberg robert shaw by the way we've been doing three watch was not many we've done with it's always been an easy answer it's been down this little hard this just the most people we've ever had for this category spielberg robert shaw roy scheider dreyfuss probably not but has be mentioned that john williams and then the shark who win the movie i wanna see spielberg but i think it's sort of like winning any championship involves a lot of luck so i think in this case with while acknowledging all the things that broke right enron you know in this movie it's spielberg it's sets up his career for the next thirty years it changes movies and it's still to this day we're we go through every movie that said on the water we could go through ninety eight percent of the movies that have made since jaws he made the most rewatch able exce like entertaining movie of the last like forty years you know didn't get nominated because he went against the all time directing gauntlet that's probably ever heard nascar's who do you have sean it's indisputably spielberg this movie under someone else's stewardship is a complete fiasco and somehow some way he had enough artistic instinct to cut the edges every time every time he needed to cut the edges on something that wasn't working he did it in the right way every little choice he made the shot the sharks not working will make it a movie about how you can't see the shark you know the scores too small it's okay it's affective it'll work this actor turned me down it's okay we'll go to this actor you know the script isn't working we're have rewritten by five times by nine people every single little thing he does works like literally invents the most historic director career ever and he saved richard dreyfuss.

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"robert shaw" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"robert shaw" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"I love robert shaw i've always loved robert shaw i'm gonna step on half ass internet research because i have some info and how they did that scene quite a bit of controversy around that scene around the authorship of that scene net not resolved now resolved people think shaw adlib most of it other riders claim to radha wanna go it's too complicated william sackler who's a playwright was hired very early on he's a guy wrote the great white hope and he came up with the idea to do a speech about the annapolis in quint was on the indianapolis and then john milius was involved maybe maybe robber show rooted himself that guy got laid even the labor on writing the movie the whole time i mean who ultimately wrote it shaw himself as a playwright and novelist so here this is from a half s internet research coming up later shot attempted to do the model while intoxicated has called for the men to be drinking late at night nothing in the take could be used a remorseful shock called spielberg late that night and ask if he could have another try the next day of shooting shah's electrifying performance was done in one take i think i believe all of that i go that accent that sounds i could see robert shopping this drug this is how to go and just being a complete train wreck now if there's full of that i would like to see that you've been the internet he's dead put it on brian shaw was a very big alcoholic and died and fifty one years old he looks like seventy healers i gotta say you're right yeah he looks like he is blood alcohol level narragansett given us doing the research and i noticed that he died when he was three years older than me filmed this movie when he was like my age i was like oh my god it's pretty crazy i'm super old or robert shaw is age like dog years yeah and only the reason the only reason he's in the movies because he was so good in the sting which was produced by brown zanik and they've suggested for but in this thing he looks like a million dollars he looks really young it looks old as helen this movie wouldn't when you're drinking and smokin every day every night any information you kyle tell you they robert shaw looks like daniel craig looks now like he looks it's crazy to see him in that in the lawn movie what's your what's your most were you watchful seeing i'm always in for the last from when quint dies all the way through a bitch that whole thing is so good and then dreyfuss popping up but just for pure like one scene i still like him in the sun give us a kiss needed i really liked that same that's a good father son saying get next my heart worm just good it's just it's a kind of seen that just doesn't happen anymore movies don't have those scenes they don't care about character development where there's like you know three lines of dialogue and just people playing off each other not to get off artsy fartsy what's age the best tried to narrow this down be feel free to throw in once john williams's score.

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"robert shaw" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"robert shaw" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"I love robert shaw i've always loved robert shaw i'm gonna step on half ass internet research because i have some info and how they did that scene quite a bit of controversy around that scene around the authorship of that scene net not resolved now resolved people think shaw adlib most of it other riders claim to radha wanna go it's too complicated william sackler who's a playwright was hired very early on he's a guy wrote the great white hope and he came up with the idea to do a speech about the annapolis in quint was on the indianapolis and then john milius was involved maybe maybe robber show rooted himself that guy got laid even the labor on writing the movie the whole time i mean who ultimately wrote it shaw himself as a playwright and novelist so here this is from a half s internet research coming up later shot attempted to do the model while intoxicated has called for the men to be drinking late at night nothing in the take could be used a remorseful shock called spielberg late that night and ask if he could have another try the next day of shooting shah's electrifying performance was done in one take i think i believe all of that i go that accent that sounds i could see robert shopping this drug this is how to go and just being a complete train wreck now if there's full of that i would like to see that you've been the internet he's dead put it on brian shaw was a very big alcoholic and died and fifty one years old he looks like seventy healers i gotta say you're right yeah he looks like he is blood alcohol level narragansett given us doing the research and i noticed that he died when he was three years older than me filmed this movie when he was like my age i was like oh my god it's pretty crazy i'm super old or robert shaw is age like dog years yeah and only the reason the only reason he's in the movies because he was so good in the sting which was produced by brown zanik and they've suggested for but in this thing he looks like a million dollars he looks really young it looks old as helen this movie wouldn't when you're drinking and smokin every day every night any information you kyle tell you they robert shaw looks like daniel craig looks now like he looks it's crazy to see him in that in the lawn movie what's your what's your most were you watchful seeing i'm always in for the last from when quint dies all the way through a bitch that whole thing is so good and then dreyfuss popping up but just for pure like one scene i still like him in the sun give us a kiss needed i really liked that same that's a good father son saying get next my heart worm just good it's just it's a kind of seen that just doesn't happen anymore movies don't have those scenes they don't care about character development where there's like you know three lines of dialogue and just people playing off each other not to get off artsy fartsy what's age the best tried to narrow this down be feel free to throw in once john williams's score.

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Autism may be more common than previously thought, CDC says

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:04 min | 3 years ago

Autism may be more common than previously thought, CDC says

"Identified as thirty nine year old lynn murphy junior chilmark police say he was riding his motorcycle tuesday night when it left the road crashed into a telephone pole and hit several trees murphy pronounced dead at the scene he was the son of the late lynne murphy who served as the inspiration for actor robert shaw's character quint in the movie jaws april is national autism awareness month and some new numbers are out on the condition autism prevalence is slightly higher in this latest report from the cdc two years ago the estimate one in sixty eight kids age eight now it is estimated autism affects one in fifty nine some of the change in prevalence could be due to improved autism identification most disturbing here fewer than half of the children identified as autistic received their first autism diagnosis by the time they were four years old autism prevalence among black and hispanic kids now approaching that of white children and atlanta leaders swat call in outside lawyers to investigate after a former mayor's administration gave half a million dollars in.

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1 in 59 children has autism, CDC says

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:11 min | 3 years ago

1 in 59 children has autism, CDC says

"Victim in a deadly motorcycle crash on martha's vineyard this week has now been identified as thirty nine year old lynn murphy junior chilmark police say he was riding his bike on tuesday night when it left the road crashed into a telephone pole and a few trees he was murphy was pronounced dead at the seen murphy junior the son of the late lynne murphy who served as the inspiration for actor robert shaw's character quint in the movie jaws april is national autism awareness month and some new numbers are out on the condition autism prevalence is slightly higher in this latest report from the cdc two years ago the estimate one in sixty eight kids age eight now it is estimated autism affects one in fifty nine some of the change in prevalence could be due to improved autism identification most disturbing here fewer than half of the children identified as autistic received their first autism diagnosis by the time they were four years old they entered as one and now they go home as two twin toddler girls conjoined at the chest and abdomen have been discharged from a houston hospital more than three months after separation surgery texas children's.

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"robert shaw" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"robert shaw" Discussed on Channel 33

"Okay deal let's talk about number ones yeah do we share a number one sure do i can just tell because it's probably one of the i think that if you were really good press me and say okay what's movie what is a movie that has a delightful script but could be a silent film what movie that has drama humor scares laughs tension humanity great performances great music straws jaws jaws is a perfect movie i now see jaws every july fourth that the arc light when they play it i could watch it once a month i wouldn't get bored of it there every time i see those guys comparing scars in the galley of robert shaw's has there ever been anything better than this the roy scheider richard dreyfuss and robert shaw being like are you still wearing a sweater when he pulls his shirt down chest is there i just don't even know what to say about it every shot in there is icon if you could show me any shot from jaws that i'd be like that's from jaws it's completely true it's it's similarly burned into our minds i have a buddy that i went to college with name nils who you've met christian and nils would spend days at a time communicating to me and my friends just in robert shaw dialogue i mean he had a way of knowing exactly what to say to break somebody up from that movie goes into the lauda shocks in the water.

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"robert shaw" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"robert shaw" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Tell me wolf that the president was advised to avoid commenting on stormy daniels because he quote knows the stakes it's the kind of move critics of president trump from both parties have been demanding in response to the poisoning of a former russian spy on british soil the trump administration announced sixty russian diplomats are being expelled from the us as well as the closure of a russian consulate in seattle because of its close proximity to a submarine base white house held out the possibility that russian president vladimir putin who suspected of ordering the attack on the expi could be sanctioned himself so i wouldn't close any doors i wouldn't preclude any potential action but the president doesn't telegraph is moves the administration's retaliation against washer was somewhat unexpected after the president neglected dimension the poisoning to putin during a phone call last week white house spokesman robert shaw didn't really answer why that didn't come up in their conversation presence made his position and the american the country's position pretty clear the expulsions are also aimed at showing solidarity with more than a dozen other countries taking similar steps as the british prime minister against scolded moscow over the attempted murders said guy on julius crypto remained critically ill in hospital sadly late last week doctors indicated that that condition is unlikely to change in the near future and they may never recover fully russia's ambassador to the us indicated moscow is likely to retaliate i'm sure time will count they will understand.

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"robert shaw" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"robert shaw" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Niner putting on a movie or stage play exactly interesting that's it's it's the it's the movie within the movie or the play within the play you might say right and in the side room they have ray walston as the horse race caller because that's you know they had that great scene early on when they're trying to figure out how to get this guy back and they said you know that he plays cards plays poker and so they knew that could be the entry point there's the great scene on the train when newman stumbles in pretending wrong right and just so crass and l touring and he keeps mispronouncing names yeah it was such a great approach to take i gotta get this guy's goat i gotta take some of his money in this poker game and then he will want to get back at me and all of a sudden he's he's he's hooked yeah that's the hook in his the great line when he comes in to the poker game sorry i'm late i was taking a crap and it was like a gentleman's game all the rollers right and even go and get a matai that he puts on because you know we usually wear a necktie in this game and then he beats them in the poker game and they're both cheats but he out cheats him which drives robert shaw's character crazy yeah which is not even that and as paul newman's character says not not not that much money that they win from i mean relative to what this guy is really worth right but he just cannot stand losing right he can't stand being beat and can't stand being embarrassed which is what that was smart really humiliates because even after newman wins the big pot in the final hand.

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Navy F-18 fighter jet crashes into water near Naval Air Station Key West

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

01:22 min | 3 years ago

Navy F-18 fighter jet crashes into water near Naval Air Station Key West

"Financial system meltdown ten years ago the cause millions of americans lose their jobs and homes it will have to be reconciled with a much more expansive rollback of the protections passed by the house democrat connor lamb continues to hold a lead of hundreds of votes over republican rick saccone and a special congressional election in pennsylvania republican had represented the district for fifteen years deputy white house spokesman robert shaw says the outcome would have been worse it president trump not gotten involved the president's engagement the race turn what was a deficit for the republican candidate into what is essentially a tie no winners been declared the crew of two has been recovered after the us navy warplane crashed off key west florida the navy f eighteen fighter went down as it was on to naval air station key west the two pilots aboard were able to checked about a mile from the runway they were later recovered in shallow waters close to the base taken to a local hospital for medical treatment officials say their status is unknown martinez abc news the pentagon it was a down day on wall street with the dow closing off two hundred forty nine points and the nasdaq losing fourteen you're listening to abc news komo news one thousand ninety seven seven number one for news good afternoon it's five oh to really nice afternoon in seattle where we have fifty four degrees i'm elisa jaffe with tom glasco here are the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center kids from seattle joined.

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"robert shaw" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"robert shaw" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"Uh places on the map that would actually talk about movie geek stuff so it was the first place like all these people like i grew up in little town called sunnyvale uh and not so little anymore because it's cupertino area but nobody like movies around there as much as i did anyway so like when there's lots of little mees around and when the internet hit you know the the the community gathered in in a cool was right at the forefront of that yeah and now you're at the no and what's your official title at the nyum senior writer senior entertainment writer entertainment writer of yes sir you're you're avatar on twitter proper schaaf yes holy shit the i knew the were before i knew who you were unlucky sneaky that way no cool yet know eric he went by the name quick for years which is why than the robert shaw because quaint from the odds favor movie fair to say was that favorite movies jars so yeah 100 percent yeah yeah is it the only i of course i buy salt as a kid but you have an original print of jaws that we got to watch uh i i have a friend who has a thirty five millimeter print is out of it uh i have a sixteen millimeter and this is actually really interesting i'm going to drop a big name here uh but i have a a sixteen millimeter print that's a tv print a ha uh which means it was the it it's a cut that was only meant for tv like back in the old days they would be to fill a certain space in for movies like jaws is like a little over two hours and so that's more than the.

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"robert shaw" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"robert shaw" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Were you watch jaws again and i for the first time looked at the character of quint play by robert shaw as a complete asshole guys guys who the worst because it's a phone performance is you don't you don't really more for me i didn't really process like what a monster this to us but then watching it now like oh he's a total dick yet and he got people killed gulf south guilt did miller is that make up for the other people to adding that he killed you also died that's not how i meant it i'm saying like he gets his immediate pot of guilt it's like no he his own hubris he gets into our killer yeah he's the worst it's all that goddamn indianapolis story like you can watch the movie like fucking guy in the near that story like oh man what store would the tells the great stories this dialogue about oh yeah you're talks about being on the uss indianapolis sin incredible moment in the home of any major the end of that will do they end up getting a bigger boat i've never seen a sequel in other words talk of it they didn't but but i'm wondering because i haven't seen any of the other one day to get the bigger but it's got to be at some point a battleship gets involved in just five there was some anniversary or something of the movie maybe where richard dreyfuss as kids who were on twitter his adult children were tweeting back and forth like they were watching jaws and they were finding its problems with it and tweeting about i was really really funny and it's like i every point they made was valid it still did not decrease my enjoyment in the food in the movie at all yeah and it's and it's it's rare i think that that happens where you can you can take a movie that does have flaws but you are able like for all for any like of its story holes it still holds up as a great movie very well done you remember any of these holes autographs lear this like sharks don't really exist that's.

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"robert shaw" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"robert shaw" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"You're going to go a account of feel weird 'cause i hear what you're saying account i feel the opposite because at the hotel mouse comparing this movie because osceola we talked about it but i aoki forget how heavy fares buehler was in this movie why and it was i didn't like i was like the snow was extensively about robert shaw more that it is about eighty for anybody anything is twenty minutes then i was like oh no because of but it's a problem but this is this is the thing and i feel like even talking about talking to some of our our friends here in new york cds pressing a comey were who are white for his who go in march and he do a lot of things watson is movie it built different 'cause i was comparing it to hidden hidden figures and the thing i disliked by hidden figures is the date added all these things that we know wasn't real any only made the white do look good right now whether or not somebody things for uh first beulah were at it to me it added to his realization which in turn helped the african americans get courage and defend themselves it to me that's the big difference whereas like like that the story became about him realizing something and then also like display that courage net realization because the black people already knew like avenue one a the best moments in this movie which i forgot about is that we get to later in the movie is a conversation between him and denzil innis like i mean there's also the into they i don't want to hold your flag like i understand what's happened but i'm i'm here basically.

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