19 Burst results for "Robin Reid"
"robin reid" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
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"robin reid" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"Every fucking time. He does something in public. Everyone's like, oh, he's British. Had the other people like actually he's Welsh. They always bring that up while he's Welch. All right. I hear that. His accent is just from London. Like, he's got a London accent? I can't tell the fucking difference. He's got a strong accent though. That's why it I it could be a little jarring. So Batman, well as Batman token like days the joke away. That'd be nice, right. I need to try that out Victorian. I saw people freaking out about like him winning as well. Because of the whole incident when his mother and sister dams like that's getting brought up to. I mean any. L any skeleton bring up. Yeah. What the hell weird? Yeah. You like I don't want. It throwing one. It's one of those situations though, where it's like this feels like a just like a dysfunctional family thing. Okay. It's like Aaron Rodgers with his family. Okay. Yeah. But but there have been rumors that the that he may have them hit is now his mom and sister. So people kind of freaking out about that. Maybe they're just like, I don't know. He seems again calm collected. He's never really had any freak outs in public. Now. He does look like he's probably drunk ninety percent of the time. I kinda it's so hard to write two separate. I guess it's like, I don't know. It's hard like especially with singer to. I'm not saying like saving bohemian rhapsody was a masterpiece. What do you do? Then even though it still did win. So I guess it doesn't matter to them. I think. It's easy to trash film because of one person or because one person, but you gotta remember just a whole cast and crew so many things went to make an a film that it's really really bad. When one person kind of takes it away even like house of cards like with Kevin Spacey. Terrible terrible person get them fuck out of here when he's probably gonna go to the jail. But, you know, the thing like, Robin Reid all those different people all different extras in supporting characters and directors and producers, you know, the kind of last season has a college railroad because of this fucking guy. I don't know. Well, sometimes it could be just one person that makes it because if you know what what's his name that actually played. I'm you guys just had it who played Christian bale. No, not Christian bale Robbie mount Malik because his performance was Oscar worthy that can make the movie Oscar worthy itself. But if you like pull him out to movies. Garbage. And you'd see that all the time..
"robin reid" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"It's absolutely. I mean that just that just that one scene that was amazing of the first one or the lost where when they're together doctors, I forgot her name is an incredible incredible. She was in his Andrew in America. Her. She was deadwood. She's little angels in America. The player. The thing. One of the figurines and the museum that comes to life and talks to Hartford. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. She's amazing. She's amazing. But yet that therapist, I'm like, oh my God. No, I'm not accepting not knowing her name era. I think it's Erin. No. Anyway, she's just like gently prods the questions, Robby, Robin Reid. Yeah, yeah, he's tremendous. She just played a fucking great therapists, an Nicole and the way that Nicole response to Alexander in that seem, I'd also thinking scars guard. He's a every award he won for this amazing to this show doesn't work without him being terrifying and terrible. Yeah. And you have to imagine that a lot of actors were like hesitant to do something like that because when you're too good at playing that it's like, especially now it's like. You get people are so stupid. They can't separate the two. Yeah, he's from embassies and then with. Okay. And then with Hannah Gadsby. Oh, that was that was voice. And like I was like my friend, Casey who I Charlie party sixty nine. The best we were like, thinking of new wants to do, and he's like, I think you should take on handler, like we treat it like our. Rolling Hanna? Yeah, that was really hard to watch for a lot. Even when we shot the video. The I forty licks, we'd like so many I takes of it sounded like Emma Thompson doing an impression of. Oh, I was just like a bad. Emma, Thompson impression? Yeah, I loved you guys use. It's Trump looking. And then like, oh my God. We just do it for fun. Finding the green screen, like finding the images on us, one of the most fun. Well, the fun of it really comes through. You know what I mean? It feels like drew even feels that drew Julian. Julian divine inspiration. He really sees carved the path Wyoming truly like drew was one of these first people and like this modern contemporary, whatever, seven internet, comedy of internet comedy were Matt, and they were like, who is this was huge few. Yeah, me too. I found out he taught at Growlings I lost my shed. Yes. Ran his class is a really intense teacher. Marks and it's he's like, no, no. What didn't know shit up shut up now that data's that sounds similar then like any sort of drama school Adler like it, is it totally. I felt that home at groundlings because the teachers are really like mean, but it's funny in a way that is like that makes you want to do better. We're not in a very stressful way mid stressful. It's on as destructive as like someone at other being like, not like, I don't know. I my like my first impression of I'm being so gross. My very first impression was our Shakespeare teacher. The I've is acting teacher character. That's just doing an impression of this old gay man who taught Shakespeare who is like, you have to grow up. Who. Come up in your ear, playing Lady Macbeth to grow up. You have to grow up penis at the tiny to grow up. It'd be like push. And we're eighteen. Yeah. Like, oh my God, a teachers using the word pussy. Let's see if you were doing hamlet and I was feel like he would ruffle your hair and then whisper in your ear, a match. But that's like that's legally. So I feel like it would not fly today that I loved it. I mean, the thing is like the impressionist for me the hardest them. So what I always do is I pick a take and it's kind of like we're what Martha that's like, what you really should. It has to have a tape when it can be when people can be like, oh my God, that was such a good impression. I think that's great. Those have to have all of yours have yes wrong. But the thing is like like, I see people like Maya Rudolph. I don't think is a good impressionist, but she always has the funniest thing beyond beyond say is like it's a fine beyond say, but for example, you were watching her do Omarosa from way back Mike Moreau's, Jeff, that's par problematic..
Aretha, Robin Reid and Robin Wright discussed on Lori and Julia
"Robin Reid as married her French bow Clement zero day he is a VIP relations manager for Saint Laurent's they got married on Friday a court source says it was a very intimate and low key affair and that, Robin wanted, it to be about them and not a big production remember Robin Wright was previously married to Sean, Penn for fourteen years and she was most recently involved with
"robin reid" Discussed on Marty and McGee
"That is the best i will i can i can attest to the fact that in in appalachia it's also ambulance and and it's a verb you ambulance him out of there yeah there there is some you it's usually a ambi lance a you instead of a right right but if we're in a hurry as i am lewis and they're going to enter going to ambulance you're out of there do you cut off the light or turn off the light are cut off a lot yeah cut cut the grass or do you mow the grass could cut the grass to when i lived in connecticut and i said something about an i cut this grass and way before the all we were having a conversation about what travis we're talking about fixing different things and it's garbage disposal but you pronounce it as disposal so coming into beach outmoded the beach house and i gotta fix the disposal when i was a kid the yellow laugh at this one when i was a kid so robin reid is this stall wart institution in south west virginia weatherman wd bj's seven roanoke and robin reid came to my second grade class and he did a little weather presentation in misreads second grade class at mason mcclair school and he's talking about the wind chill factor and i had heard that on indeed he was watching the news i had heard the wind chill factor i always thought it was the windshield factor and until i was in i was an adult before i realized it was wind chill factor i always call it the windshield factor well it affects your ability to see off the windshield yeah it's windshield factor hazy is boys can you say or not techs from guy when high school with he said don't forget we also went to school with a guy that whenever he heard were caught in a trap you know elvis presley suspicious minds we're called in trap our buddy would sing are called me trap.
"robin reid" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Was this love of yours another prince like this one ugly rich and scabby no a foam boy pool perfect like a sea of stole my first impression meeting robin reid was just have funny she was what a wonderful sense of humor she has she's got a great laugh and she's just a game for anything she's she's good for trying anything in the scene and so it made it very easy for me you know she had no has pretenses or anything she was just fun to be around we i honestly we had a great time making the final scene of the film is i think it's described in the script that been numerous screen kisses in the world that have been ranked as the highest and this was considered the greatest or something like that i'm paraphrasing now it's described as one of the most passionate kisses of all time i think and that's that's the law seen that we shot in the film we had to do about six takes of that because it was very weird kissing robin we become such good friends and it's weird kissing best friend you know and so we we kept laughing invention of the kish there have been five dishes that were rated the most passionate the most fuel this one left the mall behind we could never imagined in our wildest dreams that this would this film would would have the legs that it does and that people would take it to their hearts the way that they have i think that's that we're all feel very blessed by that because the film didn't open very well when it first came out actually came in disappeared rather quickly and it wasn't it wasn't until vhs that the film really found its audience so here we are that he is later still talking about this extraordinary thing cool the princess bride it's it's amazing.
"robin reid" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Was this love of yours another prince like this one ugly rich scabby no a foam boy pool in fact see ofter stole my first impression meeting robin reid was just have funny she was what a wonderful sense of humor she has she's got a great laugh and she's just a game for anything she's she's good for trying anything in the scene and so it made it very easy for me you know she had no has pretenses or anything she was just fun to be around that we i honestly we had a great time making the final scene of the film is i think it's described in the script that been numerous screen kisses in the world that have been ranked as the highest and this was considered the greatest or something like that i'm paraphrasing now it's described as one of the most passionate kisses of all time i think and that's that's the law seen that we shot in the film we had to do about six takes of that because it was very weird kissing robin we'd become such good friends and it's weird kissing best friend and so we we kept laughing the invention of the kiss there have been five is that were rated the most passionate the most fuel you'll left them all behind we could never imagined i want is streams that this would this film would would have the legs that it does and that people would take it to their hearts the way that they have i think that we're all feel very blessed by that because the film didn't open very well when it first came out actually came in disappeared rather quickly and it wasn't it wasn't until vhs film really found its audience so here we are that he is later still talking about this extraordinary thing called the princess bride it's it's amazing.
Sean Penn's son, Hopper, arrested for drug possession — one year after saying his dad's 'tough love' helped him overcome meth addiction
"A horrible human being one of the worst goddess ever put on the planet an arrogant monster of a human being who hates everything about this country who went to south america if you remember to venezuela when that monster ugo chevette the socialist dictator he always cavorts with dictators whether it's the iranian monsters or what is it about this guy that makes him so psycho i ask myself here's a spoiled guy a good actor who makes a fortune who hates the country that made his fortune a man who chooses every opportunity to spit on the country amanda cavorts like he's missed a muscle bound mr perfect down there in hollywood so i ask myself all right forget about him then i read this morning in the post a story that i couldn't believe and my headline is spoken of penn busted for meth and other drugs so spawn of penn apparently as a son named hopper pen the poor kid the son of robin reid and sean penn who were calling the spawn of penn instead of sean penn penn and he was reportedly arrested for drug possession in nebraska yesterday hopper pen and girlfriend irma von with camp were pulled over failing to signal when a police officer detective drug activity reported after searching the vehicle police allegedly found fourteen grams of marijuana not a big deal for phetamine pills not a big deal i guess if you're a hollywood and three grams of hallucinogenic mushrooms i guess that's a standard package for driving as the son of a movie star so hop was reportedly arrested for possession of mushrooms and less than an ounce of marijuana while van wit camp or she took the she took the rap for possession of mushrooms and amphetamines you know what that's all about he hold these holies betty's for me so i don't go to jail the girl does it it's another chappaquiddick does it look like a chappaquiddick the he hold these quick i'm famous you're not last march hopper pan that is the spawn of penn revealed his years long struggle with with crystal meth addiction and.
"robin reid" Discussed on 1A
"To see a more complicated region where russia has a little bit more influence in the us has a little bit less sovan lawn does that mean that russia is filling a power vacuum in the middle east is this a space that like the us used to occupy and russia has somehow made its way in or are they breaking new different ground in terms of their relations in the middle east i think they're trying to fill what they see as as a power vacuum given the us sort of pull back and and and also questions about the seriousness of the us efforts in the middle east given that he no uh the president's soninlaw is charged with with trying to broker a peace there so i think that russia simply saying look the us is sort of in this place rate now where dare not fully engaging revere in so he has an opportunity for us to to jump id now vladimir putin end donald trump had a phone conversation this this week or do we know anything about what they discussed now we know whenever they release read out to the conversations are usually very very vague on they do talk about peace in syria and that and that is something that is an ongoing conversation between the us and russia there is kind of competing pathway so that peace at one is through the united nations and the other one russia's trying to do its own kind of peace process and host a syrian national congress of dialogue in in russia i work with turkey and iran on that um and so their competing ways to that peace process but nothing has gone anywhere and one reason is because russia was so successful in propping up its ally assad in syria that assad it doesn't have real reasons to negotiate with a can of fractured and weak opposition and so what we're seeing is one thing that was reported this week with those interesting robin reid at the new yorker reported that potentially the administration may not push as hard as we might think they would for a new new elections a new constitution and they might actually wait until scheduled elections in two thousand twenty one in syria.
"robin reid" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"United beat creatively feel like we are the sniper dialogue going on subpoenas you i encourage bad ideas are encouraged terrible ideas because um i think from there you'd we often find more interesting creative solutions to things you also show up in the film i think a listen to this this is you in character talking to chris hemsworth s for ya still someone's hair and plateau live at those guys can you clean up the weapon plus you finish your fought scuffed these slow poll only use a wooden folk he and not really useful unless you're fighting off three them paya's that were huddled together but rui with obama emma hemmer but unique was moved from this special methods mahatma gandhi install i wanna spun it really foster gave me the ability to fly mood hemmeh now i've robin reid hemmer a you'll you'll pick no law i spin it really fought smith with whom off all mud god emma pulled off the ground who me off the ground up into the air i'm fly every time a through the roadways comeback sounds like he had a prince special than intimate relationship with this hemmeh ended losing it was almost comparable to these in the left lane it's a nice way of putting it if you're just tuning in you're listening to queue i'm tom power i'm speaking with director of third leg narok take a white et how how how did they allow that excellent into this.
"robin reid" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"But the changes in specific particularly that he's looking for our changes that will ensure that the iranians will not see us so it will lead to a scenario in which to deal collapses and then he also said as you played the tape if congress doesn't do this then he himself will terminate the deal so every path that he's actually presenting would lead to the deal uh getting collapse were getting killed the only way to avoid that is actually not to go down the path that trump is proposing robin reid do you see this as you pushing us toward a path of open conflict with iran or is is there is some room here for the kind of fixes the mark deuba wits is hopeful for well i just don't see the hill agreeing on fixes and i also don't see our european and other signatories to the deal go green to fix is either so this is where we move into this kind of noman's land and the danger is that we get into a kind of a slippery slope as we did in iraq i don't see open conflict with iran but i think the big question is is the administration looking for regime change in other words t to a kind of counter revolution and i think forty years after the uprising that ousted the monarchy it that seems unlikely now there are huge divisions within iran uh the majority of the people in iran have been born since the revolution the majority of the electorate has been born since the revolution and they are the ones putting in power people like president rouhani who is who campaigned on ending tensions with the west solving the nuclear standoff and negotiations that included the united states.
"robin reid" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"Any shot of this 'bladerunner end the original blade runner would make for a beautiful painting in absolutely and yet folks in an enough i'm sorry i don't know what to tell you i know film as a visual medium and i get it um but that's not but but film is not strictly a visual medium touch rent and that's the thing let's rent that's the thing so now i have seen movies where i didn't care about the plot identity stand at whatever where the the visuals were enough to carry me little movie called entered the void that i i don't know if ever mentioned on here all right flick i i was obsessed with it for a period of time i think it's one of the best looking movies ever made uh and that that put put me over the edge despite the fact the story is kind of nonexistent um this just man and i and i went in with high hopes because of the building youth but it's yeah i went in with high hopes hamon and harrison ford being back i'm a sucker for harrison ford and i just didn't enjoy and i love gosling and i love robin reid and their ration about this thing to people have love further new blade runner people you know i got a text from my friend brian he said drop everything you're doing right now and go see blade runner who knows a gold coast exciting in the night when sawdon didn't feel that way though uh in fact felt the urge to go hit him in the face of saying that uh so anyway don't see runner folks back here's our shout out says promised.
"robin reid" Discussed on Nightline
"Assad written in the margins of the script contact ford prizes his role in the original 1982 blade runner movie excult rick deckert rico avoid tung for short then sisters who the questions lose an pretty i wanna ask you some questions it's twenty forty nine in a los angeles words still reigns a lot more than real life and goals link plays a new generation of 'bladerunner cleaning the streets replicant humanoid robots defeat duties to be conscious look up and if this gets out we bought ourselves a world where are we going to be in 2014 nine or already producing bioengineered people will they be is emotionally human as we are that could be an army of people think a takeover you don't make and feeling your best robin reid is goslings boss so what you saw didn't happen you were rather scary in this phil i mean in a good way to think could cover as a really good cover the minute i decided to do the hair back and shalaq it i was like they're shias who jewelry it's taken over three decades who the sequel to happen stymied by rights issues and the like for that long the first time i heard that they wanted to do a followup or seek world food veterinary i said the wet exciting fantastic by bad idea than the script one in over and the crucial harrison ford and ryan gosling this massive as it is as provocative conceptually as it is it's still a very intimate personal and emotional story in that so.
"robin reid" Discussed on PRI's The World
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"robin reid" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"I think but i still liked it i didn't love it as much fairness or those are my three cool one hundred one of which of actually see always apply always a plus in this this horns yes oh mine and my three summer hits would be wonderwoman because it was just i had been so uh beaten down by comic book fatigue and superhero fatigue especially that dc universe has been those moves have been so disappointing i went in with expectations duly managed and they were they were exceeded you know exponentially that like you said arch gal gadot was just a revelation but it was also just the beauty of it i just thought it was it looked so great now i will say with the caveat up until that last half hour 20 minutes of just pure cgi mayhem which i wish it seems like it's contractually obligated now that every movie has to end like turned into transformers you know oldest enough all go fruitless but until that moment i just let in the casting not only gal gadot but chris pine and robin reid and connie nielsen i mean or your wonderful wonderful casting all long down the line so that was really fun um what was the name of the island were they came from tokyo member of amazonian awesome people the ali whites i think it's the aha light yes and other great so i'm gonna i'm gonna go lead with wonderwoman the big said was where's the oil man.
"robin reid" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS
"If you could get a sense of what kind of world they want it wanted to create we don't have that with without a national narrative without ideologies that even bring parties together uh we've become like elementary particles flying apart and that's when tropical storms andrew right how how to how do you bring the democrats or the country to well i think first senate democratic prior obviously and as a democrat at least than winning votes democrat i disagree a little bit i think recently they've introduced a plan that leans more into economics which of course is that more unifying principle on and i think that there's as struggle when you are known to be a big tent right there are a lot of different interests that you have to cater to and i think that on historically democrats have struggled to figure out what is that sweet spot on as well as this country that some folks called melting pot i prefer jambalaya and because we're all different and i liked that we can appreciate differences on the only path forward i think is to began to tell the truth about our history it's one that has troubled its one and is challenging full of conflicts and filipacchi and until we can embrace wet that narrative is uncomfortable as they might be first time we're not going to get further ahead robin reid that seems to me to be a recipe for more conflict because as we tell that history there are a lot of people uh who will say that's not my history in brunt was saying that you know ththe your your your politicizing it door i just feel like you're going to get a backlash.
"robin reid" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS
"The resemblance about roberty me yeah well robbery lee was a symbol in army in the south not justice out with a whole countries seem to need somebody after the civil war civil war was a horrible sordid carnage it was just a a horrible thing more you read about is just disgusting that war so they put up a statue the statue in augusta georgia that says carved on it uh no nation rose so white in fair non fell so pure of crime that's a slice stand around the corner say will never did anything wrong where is it's embarrassing is ludicrous so to me i'd love to take those things down but but and robbie lee was on a living statue or recently uh deceased the statue who is supposedly pure and in home he had he never earned the barrett uh west point and he uh and he was much more complicated man then he was held up to be we've got to come back and when we come back i'm gonna come right back to this issue that robin reid reasons which is just how how how much political conflict and strife are we inform support for reads ikaria gps comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans chances are you're confident when it comes to your work your hobbies and your life rocket mortgage gives you that same level of competence when it comes to buying a home or refinancing your existing home loan rocket mortgages simple allowing you to fully understand all the details and be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go to racket mortgage dot com slash gps equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states nmlsconsumeraccessorg number thirty thirty.
"robin reid" Discussed on Outkick the Culture
"In that show carry russell for the american should be nominated every year this was the worst season of the american so the show was not even nominated for best drama certainly it should have over fucking house of cards and stranger things as much as i like stranger things and then the robin reid from house of cards because of course interest she threat look to declare underwood character very good she's excellent i don't have nearly as much of a problem with robin reid as i do with spacey continually getting nominated i absolutely love kevin spacey i'd rather seemed nominee for baby driver than this and of course he's not getting nominated for baby driver what else would you put in the drama actress category auto no carry fucking kuhn as a start and that's all i need to say about it right there drama actor sterling k brown this is us best performer on that show best performance of many fantastic performances last year on the people verses o j simpson won an emmy there could win and emmy here bob odenkirk i will stand up at applaud that anytime matthew recently americans philip jennings and his portrayal this wasn't his strongest season was at the show strongest season he's outstanding always should be nominated lee have schreiber i don't watch ray donovan but i know li of drivers very good nedjo so i'm not going to comment any further i can't watch at all ray donovan does not make my cut.
"robin reid" Discussed on American Fashion Podcast
"It's like math or science. It's yes or no, right. No. We we we like to we we like repetition. We just like serve different ways. It's like we're having chicken tonight. But having kick last true, it's comfortable representing comfort comfort coming. I mean, even even though you like to think it's different if it's for millionaire. You're good with it. Well, it's why you know songs the one songwriter in Sweden. I can't remember the name. He's the master of songwriting Cup out the hits. And that he is a math. It's it's there's a science to it. You You know? know? And it's not like, which is why I like, you know, I I love being in menswear because I do not understand women's at all. I just don't understand the variations in this than that. Guys. Are so easy. They wear pants and a shirt and jacket and sweaters. Sometimes it's so I'll I'll we've done is like underwear all we did is add a little more character a little more style to it. We haven't reinvented it's slowly reinventing. I think twenty years from now different. Yeah. Oh, yeah. No. I mean, it's it's especially in the United States. It's where you go to Europe. And you know, there's a dandy on every corner. The Italians and you got to Capri with the guys sweaters tied around their necks. Right as the finest sterile, like five o'clock kicks in and all the capris and men. What? But the United States, it's a little harder. The Hamptons may be. Yeah. But not Omaha and the guys I'm after the guys coma. I really I mean. You know, because I think that. Political. But if you may maybe dress, cooler, you know. It's interesting. It's easier to appeal to to people who think similarly, and when you get to New York, and you get to Los Angeles people have hopefully, more complex ideas. But that makes it harder to market to them. Right. Or maybe I'm thinking that completely wrong. Just sold it half of America. Well, I think I mean, you still have people watching television and people. Driving down the road. So that puts people in different mode. If you don't drive to work that means people in New York have different way of approaching their day, right, which just puts you off in a completely different direction. But I don't know to what extent that can affect what you decide to buy to wear. Yeah. Well, I mean. Someone like, I think Justin Timberlake into of way style that you know, suit and tie thing was was cool. I mean, you know, this this this new looking guy, and then if you look at like, even the Grammy red carpet, right? I mean, there's a lot of influences streaming out into the middle of America with with from that point of view. It's Ryan Gosling and a blue tuxedo. It's there is this is you know, G Q doesn't mazing job of getting that vision out there, even more and more. And I think that from what I can see we sell as many floral shirts in Dallas is we, you know, two men as we do in the arc. I mean, so talk about Tele television, obviously has huge influence on people. Yeah. More people are skipping commercials in going with the streaming stuff. So it's harder to reach people through that medium. Yeah. Think about net flex and. Watching Robin Reid or whoever, you know, there is a lot of influence. I don't know if there's as much in the mail category. I just dressed actually Bill Nye doing a series on Netflix starts in April. It's called Bill Nye saves the world, and it's thirteen episodes. Thank god. I know. And I just I dressed him for every episode. That's great. Yeah. See looks. So good. I mean, I love it. You know, some people have supermodels as muses, and I have Bill Nye..