19 Burst results for "Rutger Hauer"
"rutger hauer" Discussed on VelociPodcast
"This was supposed to be comedic relief. It was a pretty lame joke. A lot of the jokes. Senator quite lame. But i think it's a younger group in me. people who had actually maybe not heard these jokes before. I realized one of the problems with a lot of the jokes in movies are things. I've heard multiple times so they're not actually funny to me anymore. There's a lot of movies. I've shown to my son and a very lame joke will come up and he'll think it's really funny but it's because he's never heard it before so. This is one of the problems with age. Isn't that you know you have great experiences that you've experienced everything multiple times and so the thrill of that initial experience gone so there's probably jokes that i remember being super funny and movies that if i saw with an adult at the same time they'd probably already heard some version of that joke before and found it less funny than i did. Weirdly bloodshot might be a really good kids film. If you know. You're comfortable with them. Seeing people get body parts blown off and then have them digitally reconstructed in front of them but it was one of those moments where. I wonder what that young woman is put on a resume. Did she put comic relief. Co-worker girl who shakes her head. I should read the credits. I didn't actually take the time to read the credits. So that's where this fell apart. Only because i started thinking about it. Just as i was talking about the last part Where i'm talking about ice tea as soon as i said. Ice t thought of the movie poster. The movie by the way is surviving the game. It's not just like ice. Tea gets hunted by white people. If i remember correctly there is like one guy. One african american dude in the hunting party and i think that was just to make it so they could then claim to be more minded. I guess i don't know let's face it rooker howard's in it so of rigour was in it i was going to see it. That was just sort of a base rule throughout the eighties and nineties. But on the poster you have ice tea running away. he's got big dreadlocks and stuff and then you have like an of rigour that has ice teas name over a white guy and then rutger hauer over the overlay of rutger hauer. So it actually looks like someone else is getting the credit for ice tea because they usually put the name across the head But in this case they weren't actually doing that they were putting like ice t the lead character so he actually gets first billing but it just didn't look right on the poster. That's something if you're gonna make movie posters that something should think about is making sure that the names go appropriate with the person or the person who is the lead gets the biggest face that you can actually see. I think you already getting what i'm talking about. It was confusing as to who iced. He was if you never knew who is he was. Although at that point in the world pretty much new ice tea was the black guy but does she put on her resume. I was the asian girl who silently shook her head..
"rutger hauer" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Have you heard of Lady who? I have not heard of Lady Hawk. Sell me on it under first off. I don't have to sell you on it later. Understand something, Lady Lady Hawks. Legend and lore is already in place, though. How? I can't even believe That you have not seen Lady Hawk And this is the period in which you like to dwell. Lady Hawk was a film directed by Ah young Richard Donner. You might know Richard Donner is the man that brought a Superman. One of the greatest comic book movies ever also gave us the lethal weapons franchise. Richard Quite quite a few other interesting films and a couple that were fluff, But Richard Donner was an A list director. Lady Hall stars a young Matthew Broderick. As a thief. But the main stars are Rutger Hauer from the greatest movie ever made Blade Runner and a very beautiful Michelle Pfeiffer. Now there is a There is a witch off sorts that puts a curse on them. They're there. They're lovers, they but they're for their forbidden lovers. And so the curses And I don't make sure I get this right because sometimes I reverse it. The curses Rutger Hauer is a wolf by night. And Michelle Pfeiffer during the day. Is A hawk. Ah Hawk right. That explains the title deed. Yes, yes, And it's a It's a very cute C. It's a very like record. Howard, if you know him his presence. I mean, alright, His presence on screen is just phenomenal. And Matthew Broderick is his kind of whimsical, smart Alec. You sell, and Matthew Broderick is the one Rutger Hauer puts him in tars of watching her. And and and I want to say, Yeah. Matthew Broderick eyes put in charge of watching her when he's a wolf because he can't protect her. So he starts calling her. He starts calling her Lady Hall and that's an and Rutger Hauer likes that, But that's where the title comes from. So but but the curse of it isthe They can never touch each other. They can never lay human to human eyes on each other s O. They are they are destined to never, you know, be able to consummate their love. They're destined to never be ableto have a romance. There's one scene in particular. And it is my favorite scene from the movie, and I think if anybody else watches it It always points out to be their favorite scene. There's one scene where you get to see that you get to see the transformation. Rutger Hauer Ah, is it And it's It takes place in Ah, snow covered region, So it's just absolutely stunning. It's absolutely beautiful, but Rutger Hauer Is the wolf. And Michelle Pfeiffer is Michelle Pfeiffer and The wolf starts turning back because the sun starts coming up. And Matthew Broderick keeps Michelle Pfeiffer keeps the wolf at his side and the wolf protects them at night. The sun starts coming up. And you start to see the wolf starts to turn into Rutger Hauer. And now Michelle Pfeiffer, who is Michelle Pfeiffer and not the hawk at this point is looking at this body of the wolf starts to morph in back into Rutger Hauer. And The Wolf's eyes. Wow, it's transforming is looking in myself. Five human eyes. It's really It's really, really touching and Brazil with five. It's looking at him and he's He's like 2/3 storing the transformation that he starts to transform from myself. I've been to the hawk, but there's still enough form of her toe where you're looking at it, and you're like, okay, this is gonna happen. They're going to be able to do this. They're going to be able to touch They're going to be able to a human eyes on each other again and in the end and and and the music is building That's just a really poignant scene and in the fraction and when I say the fraction of a second you couldn't sly the sliver of Hair through it. It looks just like they're about to do it and see Turkey as Rutger Howard now becomes a man and he's laying on the ground because it was well. He reaches his head out for as he flipping turns into a hawk and flies away and he buries his head into the snow. And he goes. What do you gotta do, Teo? Make a witch man. Put that kind of curse on you. That's just I have to be out of which there though. There's a lot of the movie that I forget. I will tell you this Matthew Broderick, it's hilarious. The fight scene in the end is brilliant. Rutger Hauer was born TTO play at night. If there's a There's a There's a there's a very old film. Call it Don't to dare. Don't you dare play off Rutger Hauer with music that you gonna pull that music down, You know also that time understand some when I'm when I'm in my eighties movies bag don't ever interrupt me is where I live right there is there's a movie called flesh and Blood that was directed by their who, even whom was just this really blood and guts Director German Director, which put Rutgers How on the map, So you want to go back and you want to look at flesh and blood. But Rutger Hauer was born to play a night is beautiful. The one flaw and I have to say this. The one flaw of Lady Hong is that there's it has. It has a very organic To the times to the era soundtrack, which is beautiful a score, which is which that scene that I told you about with score to, But then there's also this tangerine dream score..
"rutger hauer" Discussed on VelociPodcast
"That was just sort of a base rule throughout the eighties and nineties. But on the poster you have ice tea running away. He's got big dreadlocks and stuff and then you have like an overlay of rigour. That has ice. T's name over a white guy and then rutger. Hauer over the overlay of Rutger Hauer. So it actually looks like someone else is getting the credit for iced tea because they usually put the name across the head But in this case they weren't actually doing that they were putting like ice t the lead character so he actually gets first billing but it just didn't look right on the poster. That's something if you're GonNa make movie posters that something should think about is making sure that the names go appropriate with the person or the person who is the lead gets the biggest face that you can actually see. I think you already getting what I'm talking about. It was confusing as to who iced. He was if you never knew who is he was. Although at that point in the world pretty much new ice tea was the black guy but does she put on her resume. I was the Asian girl who silently shook her head. No at the Dick joke on her resume. Is that something? You're proud of because bloodshot. I'm sure that's a big movie. You know technically speaking She did get facetime on the film. She didn't get any speaking lines but she did. Provide the actual closest thing to proper comic relief in the film. She was just a throwaway character. Just say so. I don't know what to do with that. I appreciated her performance. It was very deadpan. And that's what the scene called for because there was any sort of goofiness and actually would've taken away from the joke itself whereas this actually enhance the joke joke itself being quite poor so the job needs to be as enhanced as possible but I hope this actually helps career. I would be interested in an interview with people like that. People who have singular scenes in movies that are you know significant but then also could have been edited out completely in wouldn't have made any difference to the film itself. How do those moments impact their career overall? So you know someone who's in that position or has been in a position similar to that I would love to hear their experience even as his personal Because that in itself is interesting to me. We're coming up very quickly on episode two hundred in honestly. I have no idea what to do. I've run through a creative drought because I am at home and I'm doing the quarantine thing and I'm not really leaving my house. I'm having fewer experiences. An actually realized what I'm having most of all our fewer interactions with other people. And that's probably something that sparks a lot of the ideas so for episode one hundred and fifty or episode one hundred. What I did was just trying to get a theme stick the theme. I forget which one it was. I think it was one fifty with the all. Game of thrones episode which was actually very popular. If there's a theme you would like to recommend you can post a message or a Rican record voice message voice link Dot FM slash. Veloce PODCAST and I will get it and I will hear it and honestly what. I'm kind of trying to figure out. What can I do to commemorate episode two hundred because right now honestly very much like this podcast for the last one hundred ninety six episodes? I got nothing. The loss of the Black Veloce veloce podcast..
'Blade Runner' fans connect Rutger Hauer's death to his character's: 'Roy Batty also passed away in 2019'
"Once a famous on screen villain has died he was a Dutch leading men of the seventies who went on to star in the nineteen eighty two Blade Runner I seen the rocker how're has died handsome energetic and fluent in several languages he made his mark in his own country before coming to Hollywood in Blade Runner Howard played Roy Batty the leader of a gang of outlaw replicants Oldham mon Rutger Hauer was seventy five math paper CBS
Dutch Blade Runner star Rutger Hauer dies at 75
"He made a career out of playing bad guys in the movies Dutch actor Rutger Hauer Rutger Hauer died Rutger Hauer is probably best known for playing a rogue replicant in nineteen eighty two's Blade Runner telling us he was really proud of that role you know I'm really happy the way it turned out in the way people carry me around you know for like a lifetime the Dutch actor's Hollywood movie debut was in nineteen eighty one night hawks playing a terrorist bomber opposite Sylvester Stallone and Billy Dee Williams with over a hundred and seventy credits to his name how're had five projects in the works when he died but how're was seventy
"rutger hauer" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"But now he's jumped over this thing, and that's a twenty five cent tokens. You gotta pay. Right. Even when he's running from the law. He breaks the law. They love him jumping over that turnstile thing there. I like to think about all those shots. I was just watching a team last night. And they do the member this shot. Whenever the troops. Like someone sounds the alarm for the troops. They teams here. Get battle stations tight shot of guys boots and feet running out of quarters. Just just need down running. I don't know why they needed that shot. Maybe they didn't wanna pay for the whole uniform. I love when filmmakers are influenced by previous films. And. Yeah. Repeat those as though well that's got to be in there for doing a scene like this requirement that we include the shots. Yes. I love. But so Billy Dee Williams and Stallone chase Rutger Hauer, and how winds up with a woman, I think, you know, his arm around her neck so that they can't take the shot and Stallone Billy Dee Williams. Both have guns drawn. They are literally eight inches away from each other. They may be physically touching the two police partners both have their guns trained at Rutger Hauer. And they're all take the shot take the shots. Delone Stallone has has a spiritual issue. He doesn't want to be a killer anymore. He was he was trained killer back when he was a soldier. But now he doesn't like he's not what he's he didn't join the fourth kale, right, but Billy Dee Williams and a few minutes later without getting into to involve gets a knife from. Our along the cheekbone, and and Stallone's worried about his partner and Billy Dee Williams doesn't care about that. He says you should have taken the shot. Yeah. And Stallone's haunted. He should've taken the shot. Hey, billy. Dee would what do you take the shot? You right there. Yeah. That kind of a messed up, Gary. Where'd you go? Give me a play that scene for me. Now, this is one of my favorite movie tropes that I suspect is never happened in real man. You have is you had this ready. Yeah. I pulled this as it from Nighthawks. Yes. This is one of my favorite. No. We're gonna talk about Nighthawk. Here. We got transferred. No. It'll be honest with you could take shell weakness. People around. Silva? Josh it into the army over sixty nine evill school accepted by of this kind of school assigned fest. It's incest cover division much. Because. Statistic is fifty two just Kans. That's a great movie said nobody said that you adapted to pulling the trigger. Somebody could do an entire movie because you can combine that with first blood where they're reading. Yeah. Is you could just make a new movie of them reading about his character? That happens to Hackman as coach Norman, Dale. What's her name re Barbara Hershey reads article to him who in what people ever just sit while you're in the room with the person and just read their resume to them. That's a great move that happens in movies all the time. Well, the only time it's something like that has happened to me close to it. One of the satis moments in my career was. Me. We we. Agreed. I agreed. I was doing a show in Boston or something. And you know, Mike August who basically just chases Nichols around the country. Had booked at Mansfield university, which is like deep, Pennsylvania and Mansfield, Pennsylvania. And it was I'm from there have never heard of Mansfield. But okay, you can find Mansfield college, deep, Pennsylvania. I think it's in Pennsylvania. Anyway. We flew in during the dead of winter snowing. Thick snow the only place to stay as just a bad like Certa one single single-story like comfort inn, motel where all the leather neck guys, everyone there's into shale oil fracking, whatever it's all oil country or something like that. So it's like snowing and all these trucks parked fact guys have boots helping theirselves from the Buffy Mansfield university of Pennsylvania. I don't know how far away is. I don't know how many miles north on the New York border..
"rutger hauer" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Mega doom which is a post apocalyptic version of your jimbo with rutger hauer in the jimbo role so not only did he play version of to each e in blind fury but he also played a version of your jimbo in mega doom so yeah that is it's it's very interesting but it's our poon film so if you understand what i'm saying there then knock yourself out it doesn't acknowledge jimbo in the opening credits or anything but it's you know obviously you're gibault so it's just like okay well this is kind of a nice post apocalyptic take on it so it's it's not as good as fistful of dollars let's just put it that way but it is better than less man standing but i would say out all the movies that we've talked about the last round warrior in the sorceress where the crow fly or when the raven flies all of these things i would say this is not me just sliding on walter hill i would say each one of those is better than last man standing because it just really leaves me wanting the just such a poorly done thing it's really depressing has i like walter hill for the most part you know i think this is like one of those films that was like he had been out of the scene for while there's like it's big comeback film or something like that and it's just it's just not there there's always people who are just like oh will you forget about this forget about that that added a yeah there's no way we're not just going to it here and list off movies that were inspired by your jimbo so i'm sorry just you're just gonna have to handle that and somebody out there probably has made a list i was not made aware of that list but there's probably a list out there somewhere if you go out into certain sites and you just type in your jimbo or philadelphia's you're going to come up with a ton of movies there are so many things that are just like oh yeah well i dunno hunter into dark that's got some similarities and blah blah blah blah but so yeah knock yourself out if you wanna be that guy go ahead be that guy so or you can just take money and give it to the remake of the last jedi and we can all be happy i figured the same people that nitpick on that stuff are also the ones that think that star wars has gotten to feminine now let's get a female driven remake of your gpo debbie awesome why not yeah they can do oceans eight they can do oh jimbo fem or something we're gonna take another break and plea preview for next week show movin school why called john thou slave to fate chats kings and desperate men.
"rutger hauer" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"Gotta watch that again that's yeah you gotta really be up on your eighties character actors because his funny with you blade runner of course your fan rutger hauer you remember when he's looking for the snake and he goes to that like see area and the guy he talks to was the mayor from dolemite oh my mind i'm like that's a fucking mayor like after i was after dolemite with something i just watched all the time and then we're watching bladerunner years ago like all the shit he has to live or might i'm so happy that they've got another job you know what i mean like like fuck that's the mayor from ola my man that's like watching the white shadow yesterday every episode had like oh my god this selling i roll there is there's a colombo is streaming on netflix all the all seasons and man of course i'm gonna fuck this up but there's one of them where this really rich dude is driving into his house and all these people are protesting and jeff goldblum is one of the protesters it's hilarious plain as day he doesn't have a line he's just like you know nineteen year old whatever jeff goldblum just standing there picking it's when you see like fuck that's jeff goldblum like and it's on because he's so famous seeing him that you expect him to suddenly you know be the main character of the show after that but that was it just in that one little thing he's protesting outside of a limo if if you you watch twisted sister's leader of the pack video bob cackle way it was in it did he directed he probably did it is right it was like the weird dude and there's a scene where he's a teacher and one of the students as the camera rolls through the students is luke perry allow i gotta look at that again it's cooled and six so it's a couple years before beverly hills nine to one eight but so many i would've you watched like hopper teacher you know if you'd find that video of you find like eight of those kids or fit like one or two of them are famous now you know like i wonder if that yeah like i'd love to go back and just look for that i love looking for that kinda shit i used to train the girl from the hot for teacher video you know probably four years after that video she was how i forget her name she was hot still yeah yeah she's is family fitness center on pico local you know personal training yeah that's what i did before stand so she's still like what do you do i'm an actress and you may see me on the video right i'm sure like what she's like that van halen video hot for teacher i'm like wow it issue that's crazy i mean well you could probably add those people into the what ages worse eighties pro wrestlers eighties hair metal guys these guys are eighties video yeah some of those girls look a little rough i haven't seen him now not bobby brown though they still i don't wanna i don't wanna see i don't wanna get shattered van i don't want the the childhood dream to and i don't wanna look i don't wanna know they i've had them both on this couch nice.
"rutger hauer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"As wasi putting a boy in front of him it doesn't make any liens um but yeah i just kind of full it could have just know had that it wouldn't mattered match maybe peace there anything we wanted to see no really the i did miss among the saying i don't misunderstand me when i say his yeah i did miss rutger hauer and the sense that that character on boy by to ease the best thing about light rana the absolute i mean not my whole thing about it is he's the heroin villain which obviously the close you got to roy batty is k so he's claimed there in spirit in k n he h is actually the hero the eight is just just he he was such a great character and had all the best things in blade runner so you know the fact that you know in a gasco ease moment in harrison folk you know obviously had his big thing and everything they so much light you can about well if you're going to do that cannot have a bassey some less this just just and he's not even mentioned for any just like i'm on that was the only thing for me really does that's kind of my my biggest reservation about twenty forty nine a more think it full show of the original is thoughts you're missing slight level of philosophical poetic profundity that you get from the tis and rain speech and from basically all of robot he as a character is that sort of mysterious nece and that an enigma and that sort of you know even that i mean obviously everyone knows the tis rain speeches one of the greatest moments in cinema but that the the stuff about the attack ships of the of the votes of riot beams glittering in the dark died those little bits of dialogue just say so much paint such a huge worlds and an a sort of unseen canvas.
"rutger hauer" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Yeah and that'll come back again not sorry pete him later dispute my tesselin i know my voice is different 'cause i'm wearing sweatpants at cough at the bottom what what happens with everybody gets famous light at the end of in sweatpants thick off i don't understand and then when i get my car sounds like this but he because the door goes up oriented uh being light king famous really a point being white nba favors legendary by throwing new i okay okay excuse me again again again having at us how he says the knowing that i'm going to be a worldfamous again you i do want to write like a movie for yourself 98 yeah i'm allowed to say who's interested in it but i did write a movie did brazil also is interested right now bruce willis assorted going i have to i can warwick yeah it's a really cool cast its shaun young rutger hauer just like the worst yet josh charles is going to do it for you this giant that's one thing i have going there's the edged pitches in stuff it just like weird because one thing the aging where it was like so do you know so and so you don't i don't understand and should like look around removal could do you know so and so have you met with so and so you don't know who this is yeah you haven't met with this person and then kind of looking around a casting like executives and you know up comedians are people that people i should just you know i should you don't know soandso at this place that made lego batman or whatever.
"rutger hauer" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"Really story wise but you'll so enjoy ably immersed in this world that has been completely realized down to the tiniest detail and you believe in it totally and there's so many charismatic performances in it and this if you know the several in the new on as well but not quite the same you know there's no one quite as good as there's no one quite like grandpa to sorry there's no one quite as good as daryl hannah or rutger hauer or shoe on young all the guy that place jf sebastian williams sandison you know there was this so well draw on those characters i think and they don't rubbish in in the new trump just know the notice memorable but maybe this just because i saw when i was thirteen and it made such a huge impression but the other thing with the new one was that the music i don't think did the same job jobless that original van a skull and i haven't read too many reviews of the new on so i don't know if i'm just pirating stuff that all the reviews have said or not but i really missed the van gallis music that's just one of the best scores ever really it's like a whole character i think in the original movie that score enables ridley scott to get away with so much because the atmosphere creates his completely irresistible when the opening shot of los angeles all darkened infernal plumes of flame in the distance beautiful models skyline that they created so brilliantly and then you hear that that main title theme that van gallis theme the sweeps of synthesizer that resolve into this very stirring quite simple theme this tune and call it up for my firm.
"rutger hauer" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Movie lady heart by any chance rutger hauer yeah now you have seen it i have seen as a pretty cool movie matthew broderick i think that was right after fierce buehler members right before fairest buehler ronnie i really cool about the i don't know someone a which or someone and put a curse on these two lovers michelle pfeiffer and then rutger hauer and by day the lady was a hawk by night she was a woman by night rutger hauer was a man by day he was was he a wolf or something on your remember it's been so long you don't remember i don't remember either i think we've got a video that that andre jeff chronic liar for that you know these are coming back these youngsters are light light plane vhs and cassette tapes right so go i have a whole bunch of them hanging around my how cool let's do something a we spin that eightball it's a radio topic magic eightball that i gave you would go ahead shake that thing and see what it comes up with let me take a look go ahead how you now no no i got it and i just i'm show woodward were linked up via a video connection here died all right you said do something random high cool got it right here hey allan parsons in the music year allan parsons is the guy from a who did produce short side of the moon for this states and he also did that syria song that the bulls come out through that is garbage man 1985 i don't miss you after all right nineteen rules that make no sense but everyone follows anyway are these uniquely american reserves this everybody melissa smith i don't know and some of these kind of these are more relevant than others i think oh you're right now i i don't do that yeah but some of them are like get on okay i got one where is it hold on i gotta go over here i got it here knock on wood she you wanna know why we knock on wood dea her i am happy to tell you well tse knocking on would obviously such superstition i don't.
"rutger hauer" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday
"City tv or something like that late night late great movies and it was a theatrical guided had the the narration and a happy ending but i was just trains fixed with it nice and it really like it just pushed me into such a directive wanting that sort of i didn't understand why i felt so moody and affected by that kind of slow yeah creepy sifi and rutger hauer is amazing performance in that fucking monologue at the end lupus zoellick different than everything the arrow unusual and it's still the benchmark like when i wanna see a science fiction movie it's always i want 'bladerunner a year which is why i've watched it so many times because nothing scratch the edge uh but i her there during this stocked with his last week as a don't do this yeah i'm going to fucking bucket up but then you're live there like a guy did evil a new via ryan gosling yeah as a very good here's harrison forge bags and it was i think he's going to put it in this game i don't know if he should be backer of the air de can be sleepy in some of these movies or whatever and then also mike but you have the ambiguous ending of blazy bryanne are they going to address that fucking answer don't answer it yeah i think you should answer yeah anyway so here we are yes uh i saw he i just saw sought today uh fresh in your mind rush um yeah i went in kind of just excited to watch a new sifi movie on this level i came around on sifi when i was young i really didn't like sifi and that's the reason why didn't likes star wars yours i when i was a kid i was kinda like space bullshit no i don't know why i just wasn't me weird so it is really weird like i remember being like seeing.
"rutger hauer" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"I you need yet if you haven't seen the original see the original because rutger hauer and daryl hannah i mean wrecker how is incredibly is one of the best antagonise of all time going to say something controversial know there's a line in the original film that always puts him so cheesy was loses his last lionia cat dammit he's a great antagonist do you know that the original cut of the movie i believe you know the there's a driving sequence at the end no i didn't know whether there's no no it's in the movie there's a big sweeping like it's the movie that the students the end at the studio wanted is a big driving sequence at the end yes suggests leftover footage from the shining i believe bryant they asked kubrick for during footage again not drone god elegant afford it i a couple of big illness comey had that we will not be seeing one is koji years storm with gerard butler and jim sturgis i mean there's a there's a number of things and sarker sorry i dunno well but you know it's a big satellite it's so funny to me it's a big satellite that's supposed to control global warming so we can still live on earth but someone's using it to create all these natural disasters which is what every bond villain has ever wanted to do an unusual to control the weather a giant satellite centered around let me ask you about the snyman okay it's coming out michael fast bend lack ferguson icy in this it the trailers for this look like a joke on snl it looks like snl made a fake film and just win the snow man haha booking it's a best seller am thing yet i now i love michael bender.
"rutger hauer" Discussed on Filmspotting
"And maybe you want appreciate this because i think rutger hauer character in the original is the one who expresses all gray and here i think you notice it quite early where there's snow falling in a lot of 'bladerunner 2014 right at first i thought it was ashed but it does appear to be snow and a few characters who we understand his replicans express awe at that the hologram character play by entity arm us in that scene we were discussing it's raining and she looks up and expresses author rain and i think this movie does and also with another character expressing on the face of something that isn't necessarily technological right something they're responding to an so that that was just another thread in 24 denied that i did appreciate is this this notion that all might be something we need to make us him i think even as a good point and i think even i don't wanna give too much away on this on what actually happens but there's you know the most can of clearly menacing uh adversary in this picture playboys sylvia weeks a river again actors yet how did that provides in a lot and she plays you know you kind of jared little's hentsch woman in the kind of the company's spokes person who were it is willing to happily willing to kill for you to protect the secret service predicted the cops secrets um there's a scene early in the picture it's a key encounter between that character in the robin rorick character and don't want to give it away but right uh the way villneuve stages that shows what great facility has i think with.
"rutger hauer" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Underground people though he doesn't necessarily know about the underground he doesn't believe in these people he doesn't believe in their cause and when they escape from this prison scenario it is really see a guys wouldn't want a media he is justifying going about his way but the system won't let him escape and get away that easy and that prison set up is i mean that's where we are really first introduced to the science fiction elements of the store yes we get that prologue that a red at the beginning we get a little bit of sifi in so far as the radars a little bit more advanced than we would typically think when he is there firing are supposed to fire on these people having of this food riot but really when we get to the prison i mean we've seen these explosive collars that they have and other things like wedlock comes out a few years after this the rutger hauer film of course they're used like crazy am battle royale which is another great people hunting people tight movie but the this element of them and especially the element of the guy who's trying to turn off those sensors and the one guy who's running across in their desperately trying and i thought for sure that he was gonna make it and when he doesn't end the color explodes in his head just pops off fantastic i love that moment that is what does great ultraviolent moments of really kind of steady sets the stage for what we're gonna see in the rest of this movie a use of cold peaks and exploding exploiting to bosses on colas as long as will go on a date to lineage doesn't it i mean you've got evil cycle lucia full cheese road twenty seventy the new glassy eyed as that have exploding recyclets.
"rutger hauer" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Targeted for elimination but he meets a formidable match in rutger hauer uber mench of a lemon haired god so when i saw the film at twenty one guys you weren't even born in i know i came out wildly conflicted but was very eager to see it a second time very soon to really see it see all of it or at least more of it two questions i have for you one did blade runner flap back in 82 because george lucas had reoriented the mass audiences taste for retro futuristic science fiction so radically five years earlier with star wars and to is 'bladerunner a movie for you today that was simply ahead of its time and now seems very much what ridley scott intended it to be an la story with legs longer than joanna cassidy so i wanted to end on that sleazy note and i appreciate that i think you're right why 'bladerunner was probably initially rejected you put this sidebyside with something like star wars and it's absolutely a different experience preventative i would i was relieved though that it wasn't overbearing in that way my memory of it having seen probably the original theatrical release later in the 80s i would have come across it is what i initially watched in my memory was that it was more ponderous more existential on the surface in the way oh i dunno prometheus is now or even alien covenant delivering similar ground yes it is you're actually promulgated in the author a theory but i think that i i think that.
"rutger hauer" Discussed on The Futur
"I'm just like a warrior spirit i guess i don't know it's probably the weirdest thing to say about doing art but or being creative but that's my approach so yeah seems to work on it leads to burnouts an odd things in weird wednesday depressions but it does get you in those dark realms when you're not eating it it you know because it's it's it's a dopamine drop it's a it's a adrenaline hit it's all these things that are happening in that stuff becomes quite a dictating so well i think some of the best art is made under those circumstances yes i'm oddly the opposite of you which is even kill they just slow but steady i'll get marathon runner you know had so sometimes i would look at classmates like wow you just use burn with that kind of intensity and aid to do this but there's like a 'bladerunner reference in here though and pull out how like rutger hauer stock and harrison ford no no i'm sorry it's his creator i forget the guy's name but and he talks to rutger hauer and he's like you know put your brilliant your perfect and a candle that burns twice as brighten burnt twice as fast yeah until you you can live in that right yeah you're chasing that and when you hit it it's amazing a life is beautiful when you down with cite the opposite of that yeah it's a great scene to um yeah italy greater to no no no good as he sought no but it's a great it's a really beautiful moment tuna elminating it's a so it's it's a perfectly said it's very quite poetic that films filled with a lot of poetry it's just wonderful sifi she had that still but it's awesome really appreciate that film but you nuts absolutely true i think that's that's it and that's me to a t really um and you know somebody's listening to this and saying identify with at ashes saying how do you moderate some of the low lows on me it's find to be in the ice that's wonderful yeah you know when you go dragging into the darkness if you will how do you.
"rutger hauer" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard
"Uh it's it's i mean it's obviously willful and naive and all that but it's nice and then the first line of dialogue basically the first real line of dialogue the first like x x position is rutger hauer coming on screen and saying this space station is to have you were going off into the deep breaches of space and make it kind of goes off on its own so then the second seen the second sequence is basically a short film it's a short film that is kind of an avatar knock off you have these aliens were like big and kind of gangly and they they have their own uh uh you know uh culture and society in its essentially a short film that is also a silent film it's very well done it like you can you can follow the action without quite understanding exactly what's happening you see these aliens living in peace with their their society in you know the eu they are in harmony with nature you know they're thereof they're they're all getting along together and they're they're replenishing what they take from the sea and cetera so this is all very well that again and this all comes to a crashing end when ships come smashing into the planet like wreckage of ships come smashing into the planet and destroys everything there's very touching moment where the like daughter of the queen of the society is trapped outside of the ship where these people have kind of um uh a cordon themselves off and again this is actually a very solid piece of filmmaking it is just a it is a show don't tell masterpiece it is you know here is here is how everything works they could have gotten rid of all the subtitles and it would work just as well.