17 Burst results for "Sarah Pauly"
"sarah pauly" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Dacia. We are here with. Emily and zoe days chanel. We all went to the same high school. So for context zoe was is the youngest of the bunch. Zo very close. We're close in age so you're one year younger than me. And then oliver and emily were in the same grade. Iraq ninety four ninety four. Yeah the team. I thought your the gophers guys. Did you guys ever have classes together. I'm sure i mean. I don't know i don't know yeah. I don't i don't even remember like the people in your of course you guys weren't but you were you. Were doing ways. You're you're theater. I don't know do. I was very cool. He's definitely in the cool group of. But then i went to school before this where the popular people were not nice people. We're coming to crossroads of popular. People were very nice wasn't as hierarchical is more like. Oh you're into that and you're into soared so what you're saying is is that i was popular popular. You're just wanted to get to get to the was also a theatre nerd definitely a theater and we actually did. We were fair number way did we. We've had we basically came up there. And we are i are i like i mean everything. Yeah finally yes right because we we. Because did i had a small bit far. But that was my par- i forgot remember. Yes you're in my part. I was cast as the sister verse and then that was when it was sarah. Pauly and brad pitt. To brad pitt was playing Russell hammond and then sarah pauly was gonna play penny lane. And then she dropped out. And then brad pitt dropped out. And then i the only one cast in the movie as your part and then kit cameron was like. I'm sorry it's falling apart. I'm like i'm not going anywhere. But can i please audition for penny lane. And then i had five hundred times. I thought this and five hundred times for that one part and then he gave it to me and then you ended up getting the sister part so happy you jada the par- also with who ended up being cast like it just made so much sense like it was amazing. I mean the whole thing just was perfect and you were perfect for your part one day. You'll be cool. Yeah my favorite shot. One of my favorite shots. I thought zoe should've won the golden globe. That's just my just for that long. We were great apart but we did. We had we had eater together We had we did the brecht short. Plays god bract could just like. Yeah but it actually turned out kind of funny. Does it was weird. Never do what. The hell is. Direct t. b. r. e. Yeah the the playwright. A at all ever done oliver. It probably doesn't know any to do. I tried to do a one time. Ali was in los angeles and three weeks before we verse for like three weeks and then like the week before it all got down. I don't even know what i was doing. I was playing. The gentleman caller. Yeah they didn't even know glass menagerie he thought it was a threesome.
"sarah pauly" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Of the most arresting alienating film experiences. I've ever had the extraordinary emotional isolation of its characters especially resonates twenty twenty amidst quarantine pandemic and the mass. Unemployment crisis with cinemas mostly closed. There's been a lot of fun reminiscing on the Special Camaraderie of a packed theater. I was lucky enough to catch elephant at the gene siskel here in Chicago and what strikes me now about that screen is how much it stands in contrast to my usual movie going experience instead of the bond of shared laugh at a comedy or even a shared scream at a horror flick. It felt like the entire crowd was sinking away from one another as if all shared human connection was slipping away as the theater's spiraled. Down following the film's players into the dark, I won't pretend it's a fun experience, but it is absolutely masterful filmmaking for those up to the emotional burden, a messy and currently streaming on the criterion channel. It sounds harrowing I appreciate that great description. Thank you to everyone who voted in the poll and for those suggestions if you've got a bunch of free time and are looking for an emotional burden like the one we just heard described there by Jordan, we move onto our new poll question Josh in a couple of weeks we are going to. Get to one of the most anticipated films of the year by US Kirstin Johnson's Dick. Johnson is dead. She's the celebrated documentary cinematographer who made her feature DOC debut a couple years back with camera person. It was a golden brick nominee here on the show dig Johnson is dead documents, her aging father's final years by staging quote fantasies of death and Beyond and quote. Yes. Josh. It's a documentary about art and mortality. Exactly. Why back in January I asked will dig Johnson is dead be my favorite film of the year or my favourite film of. All Time, our new poll question is GonNa look ahead to that review. Here it is. What's your favorite film again over the last decade about adults and their aging parents here the options we have for you Marin Adas Tony Urban from two thousand Sixteen Mike Mills beginners that when start you in McGregor and Christopher plummer twenty, thirteen and Nebraska. The Alexander Payne Film starring Bruce Dern, and Will Forte Lulu Wong's the farewell just from last year and then Sarah polly's stories. We tell which came out in twenty twelve for other you could go with another. Chantal Ackerman Film no-ho movie that was from two thousand fifteen about her mother. It was also Ackerman's final film before her twenty fifteen death. So that's one other option I'm sure listeners will come up with others that come to mind for them. Yeah. I of course, go right to Sarah Pauly stories. We tell one of my favorite films of two thousand, twelve, my favorite film on that list we could get Chris Minutia minute involved in see if he wants to disqualify because it's not quite the same type of dealing with aging parents movie at least. I don't see it that way as some of those others on the list it's more of a reflection on the past and Sarah Police a bringing and her parents relationship. But I will admit it is of course very much about Sarah polly's relationship in the present day with her father as well. So I if belongs and I love it, it's Mitek Josh. What about you? Yeah. I mean I think it belongs but it isn't quite the perfect fit as something maybe like Nebraska which I like quite a bit but what I liked even more made. My top ten list for its year was Tony aired been. I mean that is all about the relationship between the main character and her father and really captures you know the adults and he's he's not aging in terms of health issues or anything like that. But certainly reckoning with having this parent in her life. So I'd go. With Tony Erdman. We want to know what movie you'd pick. You can vote and leave a comment over film spotting dot net one last bit of business. We have another giveaway here Josh were the Oprah of film criticism just. A car to everybody or in this case, giving away some movies, we'll go with that. The Alfred Hitchcock Classics Collection is available right. Now on four K ULTRA HD is a combo pack with Blu Ray End Digital Code. It's new from universal pictures, Home Entertainment. It includes four iconic films from the Master of Suspense Josh and it's hard to go wrong with these titles, rear window, Vertigo, the birds, and for the very first time the original never released. Uncut version. Of Psycho Oh this is analyzing. This is an essential collection featuring our of bonus footage is got collectible disc book packaging, and some of those bonus feature, Joshua documentaries, commentaries, interviews, screen tests, and much more to enter, and possibly to win this hitchcock classics collection, all you have to do is email us feedback at film spotting dot net put hitchcock in the subject line. It's not a death match between two great filmmakers, but it is a death match between four great films. I'm probably going to spout conventional wisdom here and say, maybe the birds doesn't belong quite in the same category as Psycho Vertigo and rear window you just have to tell us which one of those four films is your favorite. In fact, you can tell me dead wrong and the birds is actually the best film of the Bunch I know which one you're going with Josh. Yeah, well, when rear window is the greatest film of all time that you've got gotTA. Go in that direction the birds I like though I'll I'll be I'll be happy to see some entries for the birds and here the reasoning, their more conventional wisdom from me vertigos my favorite but I love love window and psycho as well. So that's a tough choice. We want to know yours again, feedback film spotting dot net just use hitchcock in the subject line and tell us which one of those four classics is your favorite..
"sarah pauly" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Six weeks. Prior had been attached forever, developed it with Cameron. So it was, it was Brad, Pitt and Sarah Pauly that as penny lane and that's a great movie to a different movie. I knew I saw that and I'm like you can't find a larger Brad Pitt Fan than myself like I'm just like. I'm I'm a big big. Fan. and. It's a different movie, right? It is. It is a different movie I think but. I'm also interested to see that movie too. You know like it would have I'm sure we would have loved it just as much. But I think Brad Pitt said like he just didn't get it in the way that he thought he needed to get it to like realize this dream for Cameron. Which I also think it's such a like admirable quality in an actor to be able to. Humble yourself to be like. I'm not sure this wins for me runs and. Realize that I think it says a lot about him as an actor in stock exchanges. True. I. Don't know that's just again what I would read. Everything I'm Debbie Trivia as you know. Home. Have you ever felt like whether prior to setting foot on a set or even worse midstream feeling like God? I'm wrong for this role. Like what you do in that situation. I'm lucky that I haven't a God, but that's always the fear. I think like getting the closest I've felt like. To not that. But when I when I did I do the alienist, we didn't have all ten scripts at the star. So, you know when you agree to make a movie kind of go through each in there may be seems that you're nervous about or you know going to be that's going to be a hard day. You're like that's going to be emotionally off like worried that I'm not GonNa, do that well, but. Genuinely when you agree to do something, you're kind of. You have to have a base level of confidence that you can execute what has been written right, and when I did the aliens for the first time in not having all the scripts. I was like. I remember getting like a new one doing table read and being like. On what if they put something that? I'm scared I can't do or say you know what? Yes. I didn't say what is a little I? Didn't know what to expect when we turn of every page. You're like, what? What? All, right? Okay. All right. Okay. You know. So that was kind of that feeling of of not knowing exactly what was going to be expected of me. Ginning, that was what kind of the first time I heard. So. Again, connecting some of the stuff we're talking about Iran experiences You did work with Brad Pretty recently So you you know he's sublime and there's only one. Brad. Pitt was how long did you shoot your stuff on once upon a time like it was legal. There with. You know it was were they were at the spawn, right? Maybe three like around there. You wouldn't know the act, but it was I was I was there for a chunk and it was. Like, that was a transcendent experience for me like working with Tino is really a dream realized for me and. The Cherry on top was that my stuff was with Brad. Though yeah I mean it was incredible. It was I could have I could've? Stayed in done the same shot of the same scene for a month, like that's truly how how. Great it felt to be there with you when you're in there for those days, is it is it a little bit of everything? Is the precise? Only Tarintino dialogue? Is it the way he conducts? This said is the vibe of? Brad, like. All of it in meet with it started out with the way that Quentin conducts set. First of all, it's like I never my phone onset, but it's a no phones allowed for anyone bread. They stay at the checkpoint near. You can go look. It's not come on that and that. That affect was so noticeable. In the way that you everyone interacted. In the level of focus that everyone had it was, and that's why I never bring my phone because it's it's like one of the only time my life that I don't feel beholden to it and everyone who is important to me knows where? My family, you know my manager, who's also my best friends, Brittany News? Like a family member. She does where I am for sure. My family knows where I am my best friend's new. Am like. What, what, why do I need this fall? You know I don't for safety reasons. I'm safe. So it's always such a relief from like. think about it and. So to have everybody kind of in that place automatically set a tone of. And I. Think. This is Quentin. NHS feelings at least how express them to me was like. We're so lucky to be making a movie like entertaining, such a gift to be able to make a movie and it should be taken seriously and it should be respected and I totally appreciate that and I think that again, also anytime you work with a director who has the scene crew around him. I think. Is a the mark of. A special person or willing to continue to give their time and their energy and their talent to someone over and over I think also shows You know a lot about a lot about the community of of. With funny, the way you talk about him like, yeah, the way I've heard other people talk about. Many of my favorite directors like. Even I've talked to David. Fincher a couple of times my life, and he's talked about the infamous many many takes. His justification is like. That's what we're here. Do like. This is forever. This is like we're not here to do anything else. Think we're going to get it right? That I mean, I've never I've never done something where it was like. The fifty take minimum. You know that's something I've yet to check off back. down. We don't work what I do. Yeah out like. You give your time for a certain date to a certain date in like, Hey. Okay. Here we go. Okay, we've got off on some tangents, but that's inevitable. Something like this movie You know what? The one of the things I really noticed when I was watching the movie again, you know he's such a great writer and certainly the writing is fantastic. But this movie especially, there's so many great. Looks it's all about like these like these, like these secret glances between each of them, it's the. It's the first meeting when William thinks he's introducing Russell the penny. and. They just convey that. There's a history without saying anything now. So. Good. I. Know I like there's that moment which I love there's of course the moment where she..
"sarah pauly" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"We are now moving into this difference. The commercialization of rock everything you loved about rock is slowly dying and being ripped away right in front of you. You know Kinda symbolized by the bus turning into the private jet and all that stuff wester bags is saying to Willie Miller all that stuff but Lebron. VIDEIRA, but with boogie nights you have to wait. You have to wade through two hours of incredible sadness to get your life. We're burt. Reynolds also realized this landscape is changing, and yes, so I mean I understand the craft the ball Tom Anderson everything, but the movie is so freaking sad, and it's just I. It's just unrelenting sadness with almost famous. It's the opposite because there's so much infectious enthusiasm. There's an Apple Love Triangle with William Loving Penny, any loving Russell and You know it's just like there's so much oxygen that gives you a long way that you're almost the fact that rock n roll is changing is almost beside the point. So I knew some of the stuff that you had in there, and I don't WanNa step on too much, but I feel like if anyone who likes to move, they're going GonNa like the podcast and. We're GONNA SPO- too much? I knew Brad Pitt was potentially Russell and I had heard that whole thing I had no idea it was. Brad Pitt for four months. Was Russell Hammond and their, additioning him with different actors and. Crafting the role, and and so, there's this whole alternate universe with Brad. Pitt where 'cause I think billy crude ups amazing that movie like really that and Prefontaine. You woulda bought all the billy crude stock after two thousand. The Brad Pitt I Russell Hammond. I don't think. Is that much different? Except Brad Pitt brings all the Brad Pitt baggage because he's already such a massive star, billy crude up I really only knew him for prefontaine. Right the the band look think about how many scenes with the band where they're talking about how Russell's just a little far out ahead with the t shirts and everything else with Brad Pitt I mean that's like Nami. That washes over the other three bandmates I don't think there's any kind of hope for equality with that and I think also the dynamic with penny. Over, sexualizing I mean it it just it just I mean it's Brad Pitt. I mean. That's not I know belly. Women, you know think Billy's incredibly attractive. Any is, but he had a way of kind of like constraining a little bit in certain scenes, and I just don't think that would have been possible. Although you know, Kate would have suffered through. A she would been well. She was only nineteen when she filmed it. And Cameron theorized that one in the podcast that one of the reasons. Maybe he bailed was it was like borderline creepy because he was in his mid thirties at that point and it was. Once Kate was potentially going to be the penny lane that. It wasn't going to work or that that he just didn't feel comfortable with in general. Do you think that was the reason or is there more going? Remember though before you gotta get all the kind of the chronology lineup because. He before kate was there. Oh Sarah Pauly. Yeah, and before their polly Natalie Portman so it's like Oh was famous meryl. Streep, Brad, Pitt and Natalie Portman, Beverage Ray, wait wait a second so i. mean not the Natalie was I. Mean Natalie was young, too, so she would have been like eighteen, Nineteen Natalie Portman seventy. Marion Kate was nineteen i. mean so clearly you. Had you know you had someone who was very very young? I tried to get Brad's talk for the PODCAST, but. It didn't happen but I think also one of the things that he cameron said there was me. He wouldn't have spent four months. I mean trying if that was. Trying to get into the character if that was really a deal breaker because he also could said, listen I really WanNa do this Louis by me. Somebody in their bid twenties and Kevin probably would have I. mean you know to get to get Brad at that point, but the fact that they spend for months talking about this and working their way through scenes in plain out scenes, and everything else suggests to me that it was. was just larger than just that dynamic. It was also about money. Remember I will say this to you and I didn't put him the PODCAST, but I did go back and look. Brad got seventeen point. Five million dollars from meet Joe Black and dreamworks was not spending a lot of money on this on the cast there and I think that the offer a pretty sure that I got verified. The the offered abroad was five. Now I'm not saying that. He turned down because of the money, but it's also. That's a big difference at that point in your career to go from seventeen point five to five, so you know I mean there are people that believe at money was a big deal with it. Well, ironically, he, if he had done it, and he had killed, the party probably would've got nominated for an Oscar I would assume and I I think billy crude up should have been nominated. The movie didn't have those kind of Oscar legs, but I appreciated that. You spent so much time on the what ifs part of that? Because that's something we love to do and we do the So much luck that that goes into the right version of a movie happening in this case. Brad.
"sarah pauly" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"Join special community over there at unpatriotic talking dot com slash patriots sign up today all right. Let's move into a drug fueled by Dave. Adventure here with the next movie called go. Let's run tomatoes ninety one percents. second-highest elections at ninety two. This is ninety one seven point five nine out of ten average rating. This budget is a little weird. Because on the box office Mojo page it says twenty million dollars. It also says that on the Wiki, but I read a bunch of articles about the making this movie. And apparently they had a budget of three and a half. Million dollars sounds. Makes way more sense than later Sony got involved? They were shopping around and it went up to five million, but this is definitely a five million dollar movie, not a twenty million dollar movie. It May. There's no way there's twenty minutes. I don't know I I have no idea to the fucking. Music, where would it go to the music licensing? Worldwide box office doesn't make a lot of money twenty eight million dollars, but becomes a cult. and DVD sales where healthy later this one is written by John August who's actually ridden a lot of things after this movie, he goes on to write Titan a e. Animated Movie Right. Yeah, it was good. Charlie, that was a good movie. He does the Charlie's angels, not amazing. He does Charlie's angels big fish with Tim Burton Charlie and the chocolate factory corpse, bride, Franken Weenie, and he did. He wrote on the live action adaptation of Aladdin most recently John August and directed by Doug Alignment. I fucking love reading this guy. This guy I love Dottie went on went on. This is. He! He is coming off one of my favorite movies of the nineties swingers right the same. The reason why. I went to see. This movie is because I. Love Swingers came out in one thousand, nine hundred six launches, the career of Fabricio and Vince Vaughn and it's the ultimate guy. Hang out movie ATV ever seen swingers. It it compared to this. It looks like he made it like in college and film class. This one swingers wingers yeah, okay stringers is even even this is rough around the edges out swingers, even more rough around. It's almost like a Kevin Smith movie very independent field goal also the. Running gun shoot, they didn't have a lot of times. You get a lot of in the movie, but then Doug Live and goes on to direct the Bourne identity, Mr and Mrs Smith Jumper Edge of tomorrow. He does American made. Another Tom Cruise movie. That's really really good about berry seal. WHO RAN CIA? weapons for the CONTRAS, during. Nicaragua thing and then ran drugs back then. It's so good a very good movie, so he's also working on live dive. Repeat and repeat the sequel to edge it tomorrow. Eighties also attached to that untitled Tom Cruise space x space movie whatever they're going to do with him. I like his movies Yeah Doug Lyman Amazing. He still considers this his best film. Even now looking back at the cast has a great cast of dozens of fucking nine know very little known, unknown up and comers from the nineties. You've got Sarah Pauly as kind of the lead. Rana Katie Holmes. Dawson's Creek. Cutie Katie Holmes You Got William Fichtner Jay more. Scott Wolf Party of five, you also got tae digs Brechin Meyer Timothy Fan really early role Desmond Askew Jane Cook Hausky Jay Freeman Melissa McCarthy in her film debut. So I love. This cast a very young lots of energy anthony. I have a feeling. You had not seen this or even heard of this movie. Never fucking hurt heard of this movie. Wow okay. What's go about I? Put this out on. My instagram went. I've never heard of this is your friends? One of my friends goes. That can't be good. This is just the way it looks right off the bat the poster okay okay so What is movie about this is? Pulp, fiction for word nineteen, ninety nine with teenagers. It's about. It's like three separate storylines that Inter we've around just about battery one storyline with Rana where she's. She, basically a drug dealer, and is selling drugs at a rave one storyline being. Her Co worker, going to Vegas and getting into some debauchery and the third storyline being these this gay couple that are these two male actors that are caught up in a sting and end up having to go to this party as well that Rana's at so it's these three storylines that are told from three different perspectives. In three acts, so each act is part of the movie. The all kinds of connects towards the end, and they inform other parts of the movie, and they tell you what's happening from other points of view. So I've got to start with you I've dying to. What did you think of this movie that you just heard some the first act? I'm watching this gone. Shit is Bullshit I. Don't WanNa Watch this thing. This seems lay seem so cheap in whatever then I see then the second act starts with a dude inveighs guy. In fact, freaking out what's going on and digs in it and bunch I? mean the guy from road trip is in it. and I'm going. I'm fully fucking onboard because. And by the end I was like this movie is Great I love this fucking movie. What I read this letterbox, but it's absolutely true. This movie is the movie that. Looks in all that with the night it's encapsulates encapsulates that era ninety nine. Yeah, but looks wise this movie so dated and. Doesn't age well at all in terms of how it looks yet. It also ages very well in terms of just pure entertainment, yeah! I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. I was I was by the end of this movie I mean I couldn't wait for the third act and then when it's the two gay guys and. They're the.
"sarah pauly" Discussed on Origins with James Andrew Miller
"And I said well. You were like laughing. You said well. You have to understand. We'd just played. oedipus your Kosta. Francis took the wheel really early on because I, told my mom. You know was a little rough shooting in your hometown with. She lived you know. My mom is GonNa, be on the set all the time and that's weird. That's weird to be directing your life. With your mom onset, and now you're directing a character based on your mom. That's too much more evangelization than Williams. Going to ball. It's terrible. It's like then you're doing. Take after take. You know one of the crew. Guys came up to me at one point and said like. Don't you think therapy would have been a little cheaper? But I told my mom like. Don't Hassle Frances mcdormand. She's won an Oscar. She's fine. She knows how to do this issue. Try that or any point. Jim I turned around ten minutes later and she's like buttonholing Francis like just right in front of me and I was freaking out, and then they talked for a little bit, and then they separated. And I talked to Francis I about what the conversation was, and she said you know I just said to her Alice. It's not GonNa be you and it's not going to be mean it's going to be someone else. And she said your mom heard it. So smart so smart. Enter through. Talk about the role of Penny Lane because it didn't start with Kate Hudson. No well when Cameron brought almost famous to me, he already had cast Sarah. Pauly in that role and Sarah Pauly looked a lot like the real penny lane. Big Fan of Syrup. polly's sweet hereafter loved her performance just loved her quality. Again Big Music Fan. She had a very soulful penny lane approach. And I really felt that she was the kind of person who would gather people around her. To get her own sense of community in like she'd have those bandaids. She had kind of a spirituality about loving music, too I thought was essential, so Sarah Pauly was supposed to be penny lane. And again we worked about four months and she to got cold feet. Did you see it coming? Though I didn't see it coming at all, I've never heard her. Fully. Explain it but I. Guess she went to Sundance and had some long soul searching conversations with her friends who are more part of like indie cinema. And they told her you know. If you do a big Hollywood movie, it's GonNa make it harder for you to do the kind of thing that you really WanNa do which is like smaller Canadian indie movies. Maybe direct I don't know. She feared the machine of Hollywood. And I, was like I'm not the machine of Hollywood I promises like a personal story. We're sneaking this through the system. I promise you Lisa, Stewart, who is one of our producers was friends with Sarah she flew out to Sarah and change your mind. And she'd made up her mind, she couldn't be penny. Lane. Losing Sarah polly. It was. where I got really unnerved. He called me and he's like well. Everybody's out. Brad Pitt is no longer doing the movie and Sarah Pauly is no longer doing the film and I just want you know what I'm still going to make this movie and I remember I said to camera. Mike Cameron I don't care. If I'm craft Sir I'm not going anywhere. I, am making this movie. You tell me when. And I turned down to pretty big movies at the time. I remember. One casting director got upset with me. She was like through my agent like she can't keep just like coming in here on auditioning and then like turning things down like it doesn't look good. You know she doesn't want to do. It shouldn't come addition for it, but for me. It wasn't about that it was about Cameron. It was like well I wanNA. Make sure I'm free to go. Make this movie. Look when you're an actor, you get into it because you WANNA characters. You seem characters in the past that inspire you to become an actor you love to take on. Completely different roles outside of who you are as a person, and then every once in a while. You read something in your like, please. I know that character right I. Know I can kill this. It's an electric read because you can really see yourself in it, and when I read almost famous the first time I'm if I'm being totally honest and not was meet the character that stood out on the page. It was like Oh, Sarah. Select the best part you know, and then I said to cameron can I audition for Penny Lane? And it was like. I don't think so. I was not what Cameron had in mind I? Don't think the beginning I was a Nieta to I was the sister and. I just begged I. was like please I want addition and I think gail. The casting director and my agents were persuasive enough to let him sort of open, not up and I went in and. When we had to play musical chairs and move people around then I said. We have to have kate for Penny Lane, but of course other girls auditioned as well and you know everybody wanted that role. Honestly if it wasn't for sale I. Don't know if I would have been penny lane. I think she had a lot of influence. Cameron was in a really hard place to kind of know at the time. When you cast, someone is one character, and then you're gonNA. Then recast them in the same movie in a different character, I think it's hard for director when they've sort of senior something. Now Lee had already happened and. I did a screen test with Kate as Penny Lane. And it wasn't the mystical kind of Penny Lane. That I've been working on with Sarah. polly here was somebody that just walks in the room and you're like I. Love Her, you know. She was that character? So Kate does this. This is cool. Kate does her reading for Penny Lane with Patrick. And she's so loving and caring of Patrick. that. It was a whole other side of Penny Lane that we needed more. It was that kind of wonderful funny bright light. Who Patrick you could just see him falling in love? Instantly. The gift of Kate. Is. She's kind of like her mother. ageless timeless lights the room up fuck it. That was the character description. She lights the room by walking into it plus. She's got the heart of Penny Lane because she was not the one that like went for the bigger paycheck in the bigger role with Harvey Weinstein. She was loyal. I believe she was being counseled to take that offer. But, what she did was stayed with the band. And, so steven saw the screen test and said let's go. Kate and I'm like. Let's go with Kate. I had gone and flown back to Los Angeles three times to audition for Cameron. While I was filming another movie. And they came, and they told me to my face and I just melted because I. wanted it so bad, you know. and. I burst into tears. And I called my mom. Like a heaping man! You're not going to bully that. I got him mom. Everybody was just out of their minds. At home the phone rings. My mom is like Yep. He's here. She hands me. The phone carrying goes. Hey, brother how you doing. Good. How are you? I'm good I'm good. He's like so, what do you do in the next few months? Now undecided like school and Price Skateboarding I duNno, and he's like you want to make a movie with us was like Yes. I didn't know what to say. Yes, he's like all right brother. Alright well, we'll be in touch. We're going to bring you out here. You got the part I was like Oh. Wow, okay, great..
"sarah pauly" Discussed on Origins with James Andrew Miller
"The one thing we couldn't get is William Miller. Really hard and hard to. Cast yourself which I'd never done you know, and it's just so kind of you're so self conscious and. Guys have seen pictures of you and like come in with hair kind of like yours and you're just embarrassing Jim. It's just completely embarrassing Patrick was tough to find. And Patrick View it was not the guy that I had in my mind when I wrote it, but Patrick had the soul which was everything you know. He had the feeling of a guy that hadn't really grown up in L., A. or New York which I always felt. San Diego was a place apart from me felt way different from L. A. Way Different From New York and Patrick Beltway different in the right way. He also came from this really solid, wonderful family, not jaded and so much of the character, and what the character is going through. Patrick is going through at the same time. He also had the look of somebody who hadn't spent a lot of time fitting in. He didn't look like a caricature of an outcast. But. He looked like he'd been not in all of the most popular groups around school. You know. He felt to me like somebody. That kind of was a self starter and. Went home and hung out in his room a lot. I walked into his main office at the time, and he had these huge posters of truffaut films on the wall, and I just a wall of CD collections and vinyl collections and everything it was a very like homey office, and he at the time was just wearing cargo shorts, sneakers, a t shirt, and had like shoulder length hair, and he was like Hey, man. How's it going? And I was like hey, like looking around for the Director Guy Cameron Crowe. You know was like hey, and he's like I'm Cameron. I was like okay cool. And we sat down and I'm like I'm ready to like. Get going. And he spent I think two and a half or three hours with me, which is insane? It's insane like that hasn't happened since for a director to. Just hang out with the actors that are auditioning and take the time to really like. Let me unwind. I was like ready to go ready to be like performing guy that kind of thing like get into character, and I'd done a lot of live theater at that point, so I was like ready to be on, but that's not really what he was looking for I. Think so. He took the time to just let me sort of settle into the space. He wanted to date you before married you. It's exactly exactly. It was a brilliant sort of like couple. Steps back before we take any steps forward kind of thing and he asked me about Utah. He asked me about this whole experience. Basically, he wanted to see how parallel to William I was at that point, he's like so. What's the experience been like coming out on the plane? And then he started asking me about music. So I was like yeah, I don't know I have like a number one Basiji. Like that's it and he's like. Do you listen to led Zeppelin and I was like I. Don't really I'm not familiar with him. Coming up with his stuff. So Sarah Hollywood Penny Lane. Kate Hudson who had come in and audition just like loved her. Was the sister. Anything but a stranger to show business Kate Hudson grew up in L. as the daughter of Oscar winning actor, Goldie Hawn and Bill Hudson member of the fun. Loving Hudson Brothers Troop Actor Kurt Russell Goldies longtime boyfriend also emerged as a guiding force in Kate's life. After graduating from a Santa, Monica Prep School Kate, said no to an offer to continue her studies at Nyu, opting to condemn Lia and try for an acting career. In almost famous kate plays. Lead band-aid Penny Lane. The first time I met Kate. was at a theater in Westwood. Martin Short. Her mother's friend was in this play. And that was one row in front of Kate. And I met her. Immediately. She lit up that room. Do you recall the first time almost famous came across your transplant. When did you first hear about it? Well like any young aspiring actress in Hollywood? You hopefully have an agent and you hopefully get to know a sort of network of casting agents that. are in the best moments rooting for you. And almost famous came about through my agent and agencies circuit clearly. There was a part available to play a small part in a cameron. Crowe Film with Brad Pitt and Sarah Pauly. And I was like Oh my God i'll drop everything and. I'll do it, i. don't care what it is I. When do I show up? How do I addition and nineteen right I was nineteen? And at the time it's funny because I was really lucky enough to have a lot of like I, said casting directors, rooting for me and I was getting quite a few of parts. It was the era of movies or was a lot of those high school movies. You know American Pie. Scream ten things I hate about you. It was a very popular time for girls that were teenagers sort of seventeen to twenty. And I just was turning a lot of parts down because I was really kind of. I don't know at that time in my life. I was like no I want to do things that have more that aren't like what everybody else is doing. And so I went in I addition for Cameron. It was zoe day, Chanel part the sister. I ended up getting the part I was beyond excited because I was such a huge. Cameron Crowe Fan. I think you'd seen Jerry Maguire. Singles Jerry Maguire is saying anything I mean everything that Cameron had done to me was like. I think as I make more films as I get older as I sort of transition into wanting to direct I would say Cameron Crowe would probably have been an is one of the most. Inspiring directors for me in terms of tone. Sensibility and really starts in the audition process right? He talked about when he sat with you. It's not just like you come in and read a couple sides now now it's a workshop lake. Say and Broadway you kind of come in, and he really works with you and. Honestly he inspires you and he wants to see I. Think I would say that auditioning process was as. It's what you think that making movies is always gonNA. Be You know you think you're going to get in a room with the director? And you're gonNA, work things out and you're going to try different stuff and you're going to be inspired to go to places that are out of your comfort zone, and it's just not always like that, but then when you go in and audition for Cameron Crowe I don't think there's anybody who ever has audition for Cameron Crowe who's not like. I want to be in his movie. Please choose me you know. I had met Kate on general. Interview. And, Kate is so full of life. And she so wild, but yet sweet at the same time in behind it.
"sarah pauly" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"Garbage Everywhere Yeah Don I. Don't want to carry that garbage burden for people like the good fences make good neighbors ever know. What kind of garbage rolling in the did you ever see the dawn of the dead remake folly? There's a there's a at the very. It's great open should watch on Youtube. Amy Listening Washington was a great opening Sarah Pauly and like she lives this nice suburban neighborhood, and then like the Sambas come in and everything, and she has escape, and while she escaping, there's overhead shot of the neighborhood and burning, and there's blood and dead bodies everywhere. Great. That's what facebook's like. You just gotTa. Get in the car and go. It's Bernie gotTA leave now. Okay next we have. Have Charlotte reads books. WHO Says I have reconsidered Gilmore Girls? I used to think it was so quirky, fine and smart since the revival now I see that everyone that show has always been the worst. It's a show that seeks to congratulate itself when really it has nothing of value to contribute that last line Ho. That's like the most devastating critique you can level. Is something like self-congratulatory nothing contribute? That's the Gilmore girls. That's our government leadership right now like that cuts to the heart of Luthan I feel like Charlotte taking because I've using Amy Sherman Palladino. Who is the show runner of both Gilmore Girls? Marvelous Mrs Maes all to me. That is IMO self congratulatory is the way she writes sure. Kaczynski Bun heads. Yes, it's a very indulgent writing style. Yes, but. I think Lauren Graham I the only reason I know who learn grim is is because of more girls. Sure I really like Marin Graham We GET ALEXA SPLIT DEL. Yeah, that's a positive this. You don't believe this I'm looking at you. Don't believe any of that. You know what? Amy Watching Lindsey Graham right now on. What did she discovered Melissa McCarthy and so two I will forgive all and listen. It offered something different than had seen you had the haves versus the have nots small Tom Life. Will they, won't they? You had a park with the Gazebo. I like that I'm not saying it's a great show that Roy is not the worst. Worst. She's literal wire, but I loved it at the time and I thought it was a fun show I didn't hate it..
"sarah pauly" Discussed on The Big Ones
"And so. But why? What reasons because it clot. It's it's it's or maybe it's for the razors or whatever's down. There churning stuff up. It's to keep them sharp like really damage those things it's not about the clogging case out the corn husks shells. Kit probably have a hard. Time churning up corners. Yeah okay well. The AAC shells is something. I've just recently started putting eggshells down the disposal so I'm hoping not too late for me. No it's not. It's never too late but anyway lady's question I think she if I were me what I would do honestly is bring it up to everyone casually like almost a funny story. I basically lob the ball in their direction. It'd be like anybody wants to help or feel bad about this. Please feel free but I'm not GonNa make anybody do anything. I'm going to inform them of the thing. They are unaware of ood. It's just it's so tricky. I mean I could see doing is one close friend sort of confiding in them and saying I'm so upset about this happened and then letting the front maybe the friend goes to the group and says hey can everyone pitch in fifty bucks because she has eight hundred dollar repair bill. But I mean at the same time when you're hosting an event it's almost like you have to plan for this stuff like sometimes things just break and this kind of confrontation is the number one friend killer. Yes I'm sort of like you feel like I'm deserving of money and an apology and I got neither kind of Bullshit. Situation comes between friendships. That are always like what was the point. Was it worth? It was worth eight hundred or actually friends with them. It's that's crazy. You think. She should ask she should be like. Hey you did me wrong. You GotTa pay me a little bit. If it was a mistake if it was like eggshells or something like that then I'd be like what no it's you gotta you know. People make mistakes. It says here. They were cramming big chunks of food in chicken bones. I mean that's just negligent. That's like that's like. They don't know any better though they're not doing it through they're not sabotage lazy. I think it's maybe more you know in. There's too many cooks in the kitchen. And no one's really keeping an eye out I think that's kind of what it is. It's no one's really paying attention. Also a thing where like I know. I heard if she told me like. Here's what happened. I would immediately be like. Oh God. Here's some money. Yeah and so. If they didn't do that I would be. Part of me would be offended being like. Oh so we don't we don't. We're not the same about this. You don't care about me the same way I care about you. And that's the real crux of the problem. The relationship problem would be. I also think if you don't say anything at least say what happened. You'RE GONNA resent these people for the of your life so I mean you can even say like hey. This is awkward. I'm not I know this wasn't on purpose but this is what happened and I'm I'm really upset about it. What I'm not even asking for anything I I don't know I don't know what to do. People chime in please. I think we need people to us because you make a request from them directly. You're running you're gonNA have a problem. Not all of those friends are GonNa be on board probably and so you're gonNA cause a fight. Yeah but if but you should bring it up. But how do you bring it up without asking anything because it's so obvious you are asking for someone? Otherwise why bring this up with no other purpose? If eight hundred dollars is a real blow to you financially than one hundred percent you know. Bring it up but if if you don't if it's chump change then I would just leave it like a man. Is Targeting the nicest. Yeah I think that could make it work out. You go to one of their houses bones down one of their garbage disposals and I was GonNa say our answers are more like scheme ways to get what you want rather than the moral dilemma of Ski Skinny ways to try and get a little money from your friends. I mean. Listen. If you go to someone's house and you break something. You should offer to replace it but in this case trickier 'cause they were trying to be helpful. And you can't pinpoint one person who did it so it is really tricky because maybe it was just one person who did it and in that case should that person have to pay eight hundred dollars for not knowing how to use a dish garbage disposal So anyway let's just leave it at that and just how tough. That's a tough one for Sharon. Well Aaron thank you so much for being here again. Huge Fan of the show so happy to have been here with you. Thank you for being here. You guys everyone checkout blind spot on NBC. The final season premieres may seventh. Aaron plays Scuds a Scuds bucket or you know just. Is that with a whistle? Yeah he's hot head and a hot delicious character he. He's both good and bad depending on the week. It's like you can't trust a word. He says that guy. That's fun and then also lovebirds comes out on net flicks. When is that may twenty? Second Maze a big month big time. Where can people follow you on line? If they want to Mr Aaron Abrams. M are a arlen. Apr Ams on twitter and Instagram. Also Sarah Pauly now on twitter just new may want you just join during the nineteen which is like we love her. Tell her that Amanda and Maria are big Fan. Yeah we'll do tweet out her for some great links to articles and some funny shit. Well you can follow the big.
"sarah pauly" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Slow Mark Cuban's role but the wonder nutrition breakfast cube that He was working with to change the world. Me Pose Cousin balcony hailed from me but it was fun. He's almost right it's closed. I got something like that. That's why you need me in. Those discussions looks popular. Show that everybody's cousin Baulky when he went to join his other me on that board meeting absolutely rice. He's from me posts. Your Genius Sultant. Well I find it problematic. Yeah couple of last minute things about Mark Cuban one credit two words do Chris tracked him down as soon as the The announcement was made that he was going to be paying American Airlines arena people and that's good good producing by God. That's good producing. We need the drop from master and Commander Dawson. I'm looking at you. Because trump the trapper he goes by God. That's seamanship like what has love. I love that Guy I I've I love that movie and then secondly I just love when he's talking like the senior officer on the deck. It's explaining what he just did was seamanship. Got Love that but I like to do that by God that was produced. It also basketball is. Sports is the perfect Petri dish for Corona virus basketball. Especially because where what other sports every player touch the same ball. You know what I mean in baseball the ball and not touch me about and football of course linemen and everything and the Ba- box and out again up against sweaty. Let's though yeah I mean if this was to spread that's that's when that's when it would spread I do the now. Those guys are young and strong and healthy. So I imagine it's just not gonNA spread affect affect data before we go too far away from seamanship. Did I tell you that one of my dear friends was on a gay dating website years ago and He met basically the man of his dreams because in his profile he said I enjoy sailors. Vikings and other forms of semen and and it was. It was love at first sight of the year candidate to replace some round tomatoes game. Yes so I don't know if you heard but the corona virus says infected everything including this week's rotten tomatoes game. Now it could be worse. Not sure if you remember back in nineteen ninety five it. Contagious monkey was smuggled from Africa to the United States and before long. Dustin Hoffman Rene. Rousso and Morgan Freeman were forced to contain the epidemic before. Donald Sutherland blew them all to bits based on the bestselling book about a real live album. Nineteen ninety. Five's outbreak saw this. Do you guys get Stephanie Seymour. And Rene Russo mixed up all the time Is this you is this you know. I like them both all right. But they're people liked it. I guess I can't remember. I remember the move at remember being banned or People watching it who. Yeah Yeah. All right let's Rating love it. And hate it. Sixty Eight ooh yeah. It's not a good movie but it's not terrible. It's going to middle the roadblock stupid upset fifty one. I said barely fresh at sixty two. Everybody's dance around it outbreak. As rotten at fifty seven in the people have it fifty six so corona virus. Not Scary enough for you. Well while it's devastating to hear about people dying as a result of corona virus at least their corpses aren't coming back to life Saturday. That's what happened during the late sixties seventies and in two thousand four. It happened again. Bingo games I can't pronounce that. That's Michelle pfeiffer Nikai pfeiffer. That's MCI Fiber and Sarah Pauly. Were trapped in a mall and took on an army of the UN dead in two thousand four's dawn of the dead the remake. Right sure Donna. The dads were fun. They were fun back when every third movie wasn't a Zombie movie. Now it's kind of you know there's too many Zombie movies No recollection of this movie. I have a recollection of it. Because it pulled the scab off of the Donna. The dead series And I think there was a day of the dead to the first one. If you've ever watched the first one kind of black and white stuck in a cabin it was all know kind of good for its time All right they didn't love. It can't go wrong with a movie like this thing. Go wrong I'm going to say forty seven. I want a little lower shot in the dark. Thirty seven forty. One dawn of the dead is certified. Fresh that seventy five percents People have it at seventy seven crazy. Twist right no one remembers. The year is twenty to thirty five. Most of the Earth's population has been wiped out by a devastating plague. Those who remain or forced to live underground because the air is so poisonous. Clearly there's only one way to fix it send Bruce Willis back in time to stop the virus before it spreads love moving. That sounds easy right. Well Brad Pitt makes sure that things gap pretty fucking weird. Nineteen ninety-five twelve monkeys. Brad Pitt Oscar nominee. I was for this movie was right around. Saw The movie theater Bryant when was Fight Club? Was it around the ninety nine this far so if I recall correctly you have to look this up. Brad Pitt taped taped film. This movie and then became a really big star in the interim because like I think river runs through it or something seven may be came out and so he was a very minor part of this movie but they put him on the poster and they really put him the average. That's why I asked about fight club because I remember looking back and being like Oh my God Brad. Pitts and I always nominated Mary. Always remember that in Logan's run Farah Fawcett played like the doctor's assistant who was in the movie for like twenty seconds and probably didn't have a speaking line but Logan's run came out and then Charlie's angels blew up a few years later and then fair foster was on every poster and every kid's room and then they'd Rerun Logan's run like five years later after hit the theatre on channel five. Ktla and they'd go we. Now return to Logan's run with starring Facet. She not in that movie but she's on fire but that name out there people to watch all right people like this movie. I remember seeing it in the theater. I thought it was weird. It's very weird hence directed by Terry Gilliam. Right very where a director weird I don't I don't know I think people liked it seventy nine. I fucking love this movie but probably more than most people saw a conservative. At eighty-three Seventy eight twelve. Monkeys is certified fresh at ninety percent surprised. That's a big one. People have at eighty as an excellent movie. I really love it. I just thought it was too off the beaten path so unfortunately time travel is not always an option sometimes when humanity is taken out by a devastating vampire pandemic. You just have to deal with it will. Smith is the last man on earth. Yeah Somehow Immune and trying to survive alongside his trusty German shepherd companion in two thousand. Seven's I am legend heartbreaking scenes and all of fucking love this movie to a great movie ticket. It was a remake of Omega Man. And I think it was the name of the original book that Omega Man was made after but okay now look everybody. Titles we check every box. Here he's great stories. Great creatures are Great Dogs Grade. Flash back to the family and the helicopter tense hitting a thriller Hitting Golf Balls. Off THE ENTERPRISE. Park there and everything. It's all good so and then go all right. But then why is it seventy four like why? Can't it be the remake bump down? I need to be punished for it. Did it did everything? It set out to do right completely. Did what it set out to do but yet punished in some way I you know I'll be limited. It's sixty three but it's not going to be ninety one but why? Why can't it be ninety one all? I don't know we'll was being punished during this period. I'm going eighty one. That's exactly what I said. Eighty three I am. Legend is fresh that sixty eight percent oh quo and the people at Sixty eight. What do you want a great movie should be I? I don't even I can't I'm thinking my head like what are the critiques. You know what I mean like what? What are they saying that like? Oh I didn't believe or. The dog was unbelievable. Critics consensus is overcomes questionable special effect especially for little skirt on the bubble. Because they're trying to these sort of Zombie monsters the liquor tuners but otherwise. It's a really good movie. But there's also him walking down the street in Manhattan with deers running around overground overgrowth. I like. It did not need to be sixty eight all right here. We go finally in light of current events. We know everyone is stocking up on supplies like toilet paper and hand sanitizer and of course masks. Just be careful what you put on your face. That mask might shield you from an illness or the mask might turn you into a frequently green cartoon version of Yourself Jim Carey in a smoking. Hot Cameron Diaz Star in Nineteen Ninety. Four's the mass never saw this. What this is the life of them they say ninety four twenty. There's there's a there's as genre of films that I remember right at the end of being civilian. Which is when I was a civilian. I would teach a morning. Boxing CLA- S-. I would do my carpentry in the afternoons. If I had something going but I would also say like my roommate court. Lenore Ralf are sometimes go ahead into Pasadena and just catch like three o'clock movie like I could do civilian things that later on it was all like man show office office office man. Show show up and show obligation Blah Blah Blah. But I I remember a lot of these movies. That came out ninety three ninety four early ninety five and it's like right at the end of my time to kill. Say to my roommate like I don't got it in cooking this afternoon. You WanNa go now. You know kids and obligations and whatever so I remember seeing this like in Pasadena with the court from below decks right Korea Cox. I think we shot him over the Ralph. I can't I can't remember but I think one of my roommates when when Sawn Pasadena it's good. It's fun it's it's whatever I Jim Carey's a star Goldman. Where have you gone? And he was the heavy us like the mafioso Type Crime Lord. I'm running fucking fantastic. Richard Jenny Jenness heater. Green was the guy who I met. Not Tony Goldman wasn't ghost. Peter Green from the usual suspects. Well mark the twine hundred percent. Right pull the empty. Peter Green Cut Jenny was in this. Yeah he'll be missed a all right so look at. He watches go. It's it's fun. It's it's whatever. Peter Green was in judgment night by the way with me as well. He was the bad guy. And that's I sort of remembered him a little couple years before this. What do we know what month this movie came out? In Ninety four ninety four is when I met Kimmel so it was like right in the end March July twenty July. All right so I just met Kimmel and recieves right at the end of me being able to just go out and hang out in the middle of the day in the middle of the week All right we're all pretty much not up here. It's close it's close and this could easily be eighty three percent but it's silly critics don't like silly but it's good it's fun and we weren't punishing. Jim Carey at this point early operating in Alabama St may have still been on living color at this point. All Right. There's no reason this movie should be rotten. That being said critics don't repay they don't. They don't seem to give the movies like this. With with an amazing performance. One could go. Why can't he be nominated for an Oscar for this movie? And then you go. Well come on now. Well then you go well what you name me. Whoever's nominated this year who could pull that. They couldn't then. Maybe maybe there's something there all right seventy four. I son of a bitch. This is Jim Carey's best performance. He is tremendous and as long as the movie that without his performance completely falls apart wouldn't exist without an amazing performance carries. I seventy four as well. Wow Gina Grad seventy four. GonNa do much crossed out seventy nine. The Mask is certified fresh at seventy seven. Oh Wow okay all right. Close game close game. Well that's crazy. We'll get seventy four. Very.
"sarah pauly" Discussed on Pop Culturing
"He's hilarious. He's great and he's I think like the truth. Teller of for sure I Love Jason Lee to and I think the way that I feel about him in this movie as an example of how we're supposed to feel about their band meaning he super interesting. He's a great singer but Russell steals the spotlight pill. This is a this. I'm jumping around so different clips at different times but this is the end the movie in the airplane or towards the end. You're going to the end Hourani. Yeah we're just going to jump around because if we have to do it from beginning to end it'll be weird so this is the end when the cars go. The car airplane is going down. And they're all kind of have no filters and there's just They're screaming at each other. Russell. Not now slightly with Pani. Rockin grow up until yesterday. Did you tell Wesley that kill you? All you're bad you there's William Warrior and he's a truth teller in that scene also in that scene but that's like his breaking point because he's standing up for somebody else because he has a hard time in the movie standing up for himself and he's fifteen so of course he's going to have a hard time in that mom lying to him about his age twice praises mcdormand's character is. She's she's a sketchy little parents interesting. Yeah good intention. Always but interesting and again that was based on his mother yes just the fact that she didn't want them to listen to music because they she felt it would wrap their brain in two thousand Cameron. Crowe revealed to rolling stone that he and his sister. Cindy that's zoey chanels. Character had a falling out after their dad died in one thousand nine hundred nine and that his sister and mom had been estranged since then. Yeah after my dad died the chemistry my family got all fucked up in my wildest dreams. I hope the movie helps my mom and sister communicate. They talk through me now while it's awful But three and a half weeks ago. Our family got together. The one facing in the movie. The reconciliation at the end actually happened in. Its own weird way. That's one of my favorites uniform. Because they're true to their characters. Because do you have that scene when she says? I'm sorry no she doesn't say I'm sorry. She says I forgive. Forgive who that's her name in the movie says I didn't she says I didn't say sorry right but then they laugh so they're about to embrace a very awkward hug. Finn Give you an apology. Glad they could have a laugh about it. Well they're being true. They're they're they are who they are and they're not going to change. I think there's an acceptance in that moment. So yeah so my two favorites. Are Jason Lee. Okay he's hilarious when they leave him a bathroom dory to lead singer. Only the lead singer actually says the lead fucking funny and then Lester Banks Yeah. He's great and then you read that. Trivia about that. He was sick. Yes only had the flu. Which is perfect because he feels like he has the flu us. Like the way that So Philip Seymour Hoffman. Plays Lester bangs. Who's a real person? Yes yes okay? And he is constantly like kind of annoyed and kind of criminal Johnny and he having the flu is a perfect way to be And he I bet he filmed all those scenes and I did. I did not read this but it seems like he probably could have done that in one day. I know he was awesome. So Lizard too so you liked Russell. The best well. Russell's the most interesting to me I. Yeah he that's Russell's the reason I watched that movie and Billy Credit is Great in that movie to talk about Kate Hudson well. Let's say this. I will go Russell when Cameron Crowe wrote it. He wrote it for Brad Pitt. And then Brad Pitt so I heard conflicting things or read conflicting things and he never really started filming. Oh really read it. And because the character hadn't been as in most screenplays hadn't been fully developed yet he didn't want to commit says Cameron Crowe revealed on. Here's the thing with Alec Baldwin. That after Brad Pitt. Dropped out of the movie. The casting of Russell Hammond came down to Christian. Bale and billy crowd up with the ladder. Ultimately getting the role Christian Bale could have done it of course because he can do everything. But I'm glad that billy credit got great And we just watched what kind of watch Ford versus Ferrari last night with Christian Bale come. We didn't finish. I fell asleep but not because it was boring ninety. I was just tired. Your your dog tired at a piece of cake and Class. A wine that's all. It tastes good night. Seeing what else was I gonNA say? Oh so kate Hudson. Cancel the one of the most disturbing aspects of this. Yes do you go you go ahead and I remember this from the first time I saw it. Do you have that scene? Where which part win their first meeting. And she's like me too. Yeah I a thing from Jason Lee and fuck you and you can't understand and one of these people is going to save the world and that means that rock and roll can save the world all of us together and the chicks and comes down to. Is that the get so mad about that. Party goes in the chicks or great. I never said that. I said that I think this is the part holding eighteen me to hold. We really seventeen me to actually. I'm sixteen me too. Isn't it funny? The truth to sounds different. I'm fifty so penny is sixteen and there is a scene. This is the second year that the she's been on tour with. Russell gives William a message said. Tell Penny that California's not the same without her and that they want basically. I wanted to be like last summer. Which means that Russell and penny hooked up and she was fifteen. Yeah how much you like Russell. Now Sweden that's this is the complex part of this. You know it's so interesting because this is this movie is very true to life and that that's kind of what can happen for sure stage. What's his name plays a piano. Jerry Lee Lewis. What did he do he I think he married his thirteen year old cousin? Well Loretta Lynch. This is different. We're like going into totally different time. We're not talking about the seventies anymore but Loretta. Lynn married doolittle at thirteen. And that doesn't make it okay. I'm just saying that thirteen third twelve. I know I just can't talk it. It's just I can't even deal with it but I guess my point is is that they okay. Let me just take it off this movie for a second. You know. I used to work at the runaway switchboard. Remember that yes I do. They call that. We call the switchboard is so interesting so I used to have a lot of statistics about runaways and the you know the typical girl the the most common runaway name was amber really. Yes of a girl It just statistical information and then also that she was fifteen while so. It's not surprising. Where's pennies parrots? Well that's the thing. It's a lot of these girls. This is their life. They live where she eventually goes home and she's in the home. This is the confusing part. What home at end? They talk about the fact they live in Michigan. Together he sandiego. Oh San Diego San Diego. Yeah I think I think William is from California Bright. I think he lived in Michigan. I don't know I don't think it's Michigan. Okay you're I'm sure you're right. Kate Hudson does a wonderful job and I want to play this clip on Howard Stern when she talks to him about playing this role okay. Almost famous was such a good movie. You audition for that. I assume yeah like four times and tons of people want that remember. I'll never forget that phone call. 'cause I was supposed to play a different role I was supposed to play the sister. Not Penny Lane and Cameron didn't want me to audition 'cause he just saw me as the sister and I just said look I'm and then everybody fell out of the movie because at the time I got the sister it was Brad Pitt and Sarah Pauly really was stuck in their turning down other parts things and Cameron and I said please I'm GonNa be in the movie and it but just please let me dish because you sense that it would make the commercial success. I just love Cameron Crowe C. Brad Pitt and who Sarah polly who she is an actress. That was Kinda big in the nineties. And she's a filmmaker. She made some really good movies. And by the way you're right it was San Diego. Okay you were. Why did I think Michigan? I must have been in a mid western of American Pie. Sweetie I don't I wouldn't have known that either. But so yes so kate. Hudson who finally got that role. She ended up Getting nominated for an academy award or she did. Oh yeah and it was such a huge deal because her mom Goldie Hawn had won an academy award for her first film performance and it was like a certain number of years later like twenty years later thirty or so. It was just destined to because I think kate got the Golden Globe Cape Sag. She did knock at the Academy Award. Yeah Sushi get disappointed. She she did and who. Who got it do you remember? I don't know turned out. Beats you look that up planning play. Cameron Crowe's Oscar Acceptance Speech. Okay.
"sarah pauly" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Yes you've you've also landed or discovered if we can use that word people Sort the beginnings innings of their careers Who fulfilled the promise that they showed in your films? I'm thinking first of Sarah Pauly. Who who's talented at three years old yup talented today and talented director? She didn't it didn't learn that skill for me though and learn all the things not to do. It's what it was so just brilliant child and when we were shooting Munchausen she was like the oldest person on the set she was the professional and it was always worrying because we were working weird hours and I think afterwards at some point she was made made several interviews about the dangerous she was in. That was apparent. Bajor wasn't real danger because I'm not gonNA sacrifice whatever main characters it's but so it was great. I get what makes me think about working with kids in in you know in time bandits that in Bush house had been untied lamb with Joe del Fairly and and this was the most extraordinary child she was nine and a half years old. I think Sarah was a half for your older who I did one Chelsea and and you find these kids who are so. They are kids but they're so smart and beyond on their years. I don't know where this comes from and again Joe. Del just made that film work. She's she's the lead she's never offscreen. Hardly and and have a little kid holding it. I just I don't know what it is. It gets totally instinct. When I'm casting I I have some information about them Aw and then we talk at. It's really about. I really like this person. I think it'd be fun to play with in the midst. It's kind of like that. Well that's the perfect motivation. It is important. And if you're going to be honest set and you're creating your world both onscreen and in real life you don't want to be around someone you can't stand. I know you've got to spend time in advance. Sounds to do that. We're talking about the same movie. Yes that's always nothing so that's that I don't have to direct other than saying stand there and move over there. It's it's not like I'm sitting here. Getting performance of somebody by being clever manipulated them. It's just basically being a good audience because with my wide. Angle Lenses is. I've always very close to the actors and I'm right there and I'm a good audience when they're funny. I laugh when the tragic I cry and they can see. It's it's not me sitting back in an airstream trailers some video. You're not in video village in there. And we're communicating really closely. And I don't try to tell them much at all. I just hope that we've talked enough in advance. We understand what we're trying to do. And then we go to work and then an actor in that situation wants to please you. Yeah I mean if you're performing and you're like being a coach I imagine this sport you want the coach to give you words words of approval. You want approbation for what you done. I know I don't I mean what I read about. How Hitchcock deals with actors? Now now I don't know how to do that. I you can just be a buddy there by the one. That intrigued me was fisher. King is Jeff Bridges. I mean it's a great performance but what I didn't know and people tell they don't realize he's doing you to really and when I look at the film his movements. He's not doing me but he's a certain energy in the way of moving at and that's what I do. Well he chose a good inspiration then worked but when you work with somebody like that you're working with with a genius and you just I marvel. I just sit that God. How where's this coming from house? He House yeah. Well he's the best. There is what what impressed you about heath. Ledger Heath Ledger again. I met him. The first thing came up with Nicola Pecker in my DP was doing a film called it was called the Sin Eater and Atlanta and he called me and said this kid is great because we had just unfair so this kid Barron. Johnny said you've got to beat him and so he turned up in In Hollywood and I met him and it was just just one of those things he thought this guy is so tremendous just the aura that came off him and we laughed and played and I thought this is fantastic and it proved to be that he was one of those people. Everybody who met him was amazed. There was something he just gave off vibes. That were so extraordinary and member. One night we were in Prague shooting brothers Grimm and I just dragged about into see a gypsy band at a place where every pizza before and I said. Hey Th- how old are you twenty four. I thought he was like more like thirty thirty. Four he was he seemed older than Matt Damon. And and everybody who spent any time with said this is a very wise soul he he comes from something very far away very deep and he had I think the moment that really hooked me on them with Lysol Monster's ball and the moment before before he kills himself in it. It was so how. Where did this conference? How did he do what he did? Because it's so subtle and simple apple is nothing overly dramatic just hits you just hit you right in the got and and that's what it was like. I remember when Monica Bellucci came on and she was in the makeup department in there was pictures of Matt and he. She didn't know who he was. And who is that. The picture started it and it was just from then on C.. He he he thinks it's I think it's one of the to me. It's one of the really true tragic great on losses. Yeah because I think he was without a doubt going to be the best of his generation. There was nobody close. It had the range he can do comedy he tragedy. It was a romantic lead on every level and it was it was Bearable basically when he got out of that tragedy. And I'm not making light of it in any way. Came an interesting solution to your dilemma of losing your leading man in the magic area. My doctor for gas. Well more in two thousand. You didn't have for the moon back for this film you're right and says it was when he died we we. He just finished shooting in London halfway through the shoot and then we all went our different ways. We went out to Vancouver. He went to New York. And and I'm getting endings ready in Vancouver and my daughter comes in. I was in the art department. Try to save some money off and she said come on you gotta come into. My Office is busy. I can say fifteen thousand dollars here and there was an an all we had was the on her computer. BBC announcing heath debt. And I it just it was impossible. It was impossible to believe because we've just been working together. Thanks and and anyway I was. I said well that's it. I'm I'm going home. This is over because I just love this guy and I just couldn't see anyway of continuing my daughter. Amy Just will not let go you got we got to fix this. We're going to do it. Nicole mine DP the same thing come you gotta do we gotta get somebody else size in the end. I said wait. There's all one actor that could replace heath as far as I'm concerned and I said let's get three and that was hit eh. First person I called was johnny and interviews Johnny Depp and an Johnny said whatever you want I'll be there and and that stopped the retreat retreat of the Finance Finance Insurance Company. Were just the film is over. He and I said my daughter said we got Johnny. Depp agreed to come on and then than Than Jude Law and Colin Farrell. Because I only wanted people that were close to heath friends I was offered some really big names ames. Who wanted to be in there to take over the part and I said no I want Scott family and that's what it was? They did a brilliant job and they worked for nothing they gave their money. All to heath's daughter I mean that's you don't experience things like that very often in show bizz to have that much love and appreciation of One Person Eighth Ledger and and the fact. The film works brilliantly. But it's still the one for me. I would have liked to have seen the film that he thought they were making now or I will never see that but what we made with the three begin. uh-huh was fantastic. They were all because they all knew that they were able just feed off of what they felt about. Heath it was great. And you've three brilliant actors actors mean you know it's it's three as you say it's it's the perfect combination so of all the people that you could choose from who know he happens to be three of the best actors dot the trick is every film. You're doing case you lead is big. Sure you've got a magic mirror. Crucial filmmakers I says my big advice vice. Well it's that aspect of the film is seamless. It's only worth it. So work seems organic and there is a scene in there that has heath in it and he was dead where we shall see We found a real good little trick. we pulled it off and not going to tell you this magic. Get a mild rant on my part I don't want to. I know how everything is made. I understand that some people want to go behind the scenes deep dive but then especially before movie comes out at least if it's come come out and I've seen it then it's not as intensive and experience but I don't WanNa Watch anything where you said. Okay so you know how in this scene will that wasn't unreal boat and that wasn't real and this isn't this isn't this isn't because movies are meant to be magic. Yup and if all I'm doing the entire time saying wow it's a really good magic trick. Then that's not the thing that's what to me is even like I'll go into like CGI work. I don't want it to be seen to be. CGI US all the time but people aren't aware I'm using because it's good magic. Good magic as you look over in this ham but I'm really by right. Head is in another so another nice piece of casting is to see today's man of the moment driver all of the movies in the lead of Your your belly. No Man who killed Don Quixote. I know I mean how many films in at the moment he's a has no life outside aggressively Adam again again my daughter. Amy gets the blame for everything she said out of driver because I had seen Ian Star Wars with him the first Kylo Ren and I thought okay. It's kind of interesting. But it is what it is. And she said this guy's good. And he's bankable see always it's always got to be. And he's bankable say whether it's Robin Williams. And he's Bankable Ed so she arranged a meeting on. We had luncheon a pub in London and I met him. I hadn't seen I've never seen girls. I've I've never even seen Patterson. I had only seen him as Kylo Ren he. Es C Patterson. I will tell..
"sarah pauly" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"Pilots. Jeez okay save sleep pilot but now that stuff and then Phi finding creative ways to like still because it's like sometimes just the process is fulfilling enough and so finding small stuff like for me. I have like a nice little editing APP on my iphone so I like you know shooting videos and putting music to it or when I did the weird Al cover it was just like a thing to do for fun. Yeah specifically for fun and like got a huge response because I think people felt that it was like a genuinely fun video. I mean what video is like we just have one idea. We'll go shoot it tomorrow and then you put it out and like yeah. Maybe like everyone isn't a hit but like you you have like a spark of you have that spark of excitement versus because because it is spontaneous it is like somebody giggling and making a video. You don't have to have seventeen people approve it right. Yeah and that's the sad part because I mean I. I left my company a couple years ago because I felt really not creatively fulfilled in a way that I could just do that kind of stuff because there was really no you know it was more of a non scripted kind of thing that had turned into and that's totally fine. We did great stuff there but like doing just a weird sketch or like you know being able to be spontaneous and just fun I. It was not just happening and I was like. I can't do this anymore but I wanna do it somewhere else. I was like Oh wait. No one's going to do it. Yeah Yeah because you get to a point to and you know our communities and our friends start to you know the friend that you want to be an editor. Yeah now there are professional editor. Hey Do you have any time this weekend. Like I can't be with this thing now. It's all your all so you're free work starts to hear you could still get a group together but yeah it's just And it costs something and I think you know if you look at it costs us. The coffee says no actual you know maybe order from Hendry's I'm on a no carb obtain Who who would be your dream person to work with a dream director or dream actor that you had like? Oh my God I died. It'd be anything with them. I think will right now it's takeaway. Td I'm just that's another like I could easily just go like Albert Brooks takeaway. Td My friend Harvey's on what we do in the shadows and like I'm couldn't be more jealous not jealous but like I'm just like you're on the dream show this is the one TV. Show that I WOULD WANNA be on it in existence. What about you? What's the person if you could just like Magic Wand B O b like a magic wand be WHOSE WHO's career? What I want? It's really hard. I mean I love Amy Poehler because she does all the things. I know that I wouldn't just want to be an actor because I enjoy Roya acting but I I I need to be more active and I want to be behind the scenes. I want to be involved in like the creative decisions around it And so yeah. I don't know no I love I love that that I love the girl who I can't remember the name. The one who's directing little women was Greta Gerwig Greta Gerwig issues great. You know she got cast in. I how I met your mother sequel. That never went and evidently it was caught because of her because they were like she's not a TV star. And I'm like no bitch. She's he's an amazing tour she well she's great like she was in tons of Great Indie Films House of the devil which she tried to mainstream. Yes this fit because it it didn't fit because she tried to get in the system forever and it just didn't work because that wasn't her flavor and that was her path to success and she did her own thing is great. Mom My God so so good. Yeah so I guess you know. She's not an actor anymore. Like remember Sarah Pauly as well yes there are probably yeah. She became a director. Yeah She's amazing using movie Alzheimer's Alzheimer's no knows the Seth Rogan And Michelle Williams called. Take this waltz. Leonard Colin Line. It's it's such a brutally sad amazing movie. And she's like it's such a well directed movie name in two directors that I've never directed anything so it's also actor's Greta Gerwig won't go show up in some David Gordon Green movie sure for sure car But yeah basically. It's like every time I talked to Mike Reps. Like what do you WanNa do and I I have to just be honest and go. I Wanna do everything I think. That's how you feel to go going to a meeting and You go to an agency and they have seventeen agents in a room. Because they're like well you do all these things I'm like you're not GonNa help me with any of them. No offense but you really do little work you just kind of opened the door and let the offers come in and like I fired everybody who works for me. several months ago. And I'm very very happy about it because I just need some space to figure out what I WANNA do next and with people always knocking on the door with terrible audition opportunities and like kind of making me feel guilty that I'm not like pitching TV. Show that they approve of you know God bless them. They're really in the business and that's probably what a mainstream person would want. But I kind of would I just WANNA do a one woman show or like direct a small movie. I can do my backyard bridge. Yeah Oh my God you know. I wrote a pilot where everyone talked to the camera and it was six months before Flashback came out and I was like well burn this one. Looks like a rip off at this point because she was like Bam. It's mine and I love it about her. And you know she. She was told over and over again. She looked weird to fix her nose rejected so many times. Yeah exactly and like look at her. She did her own thing. She the thing. She took that show to Edinburgh and she got horrible reviews. Ask horrible reviewing she somehow got an opportunity to put it into a TV show. And it's like brilliant Ed because and the thing about it is because I tell you all the time I was like Oh my God the BBC because they actually do things that the US people would never buy yes and yet those are the things that really resonate because they're more authentic there more individual. They have a lot. You know because American comedy. Like let's be honest. I loved Seinfeld and like Multi Cam when I was in the ninety three ninety sitcoms or my template as far as like my. I adore them. But sitcoms today are just like there is not one I would. I would want to sit through a whole. The episode of Big Bang had had great moments right so but they're not one other and I'm just like what happened. Why because nothing sneaks in has to be like you know for all quadrants involve quadrants like yeah Seinfeld? I didn't even know this was like a twenty minute presentation that was funded through the sports section. We're yeah it was a sports executive who has discretionary fund they tried to bury the whole saying and They just insisted that they they air. It was it was buried buried in the worst time slot so the network hated the show they hated and they tried everything they could sabotage it and then suddenly it becomes great because it was like nothing else it was on the air is given a chance. Yeah exactly so listen to another person no when my burgers as Sharon Horgan. She's incredible so she did a divorce. She may divorce where she's not in it but she pulling if you've never seen polling her first show it's like so incredible. She's The star of it to toward it out atrophy is great catastrophes. Amazing saying the new show that many I don't have that many TV shows to me too much work I guess we should probably wrap it up. Yeah this has been super fun though for watching. Yeah there's a lot of to each other to each other people doing downstairs at our signing table. Take what does it do we. We're done right so Jona please give it up. These.
"sarah pauly" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"I was already making photos of them with them with my large format camera. And so they saw some of those in new that wasn't interesting wasn't interested in clarity. I was interested in the unexpected in. So they didn't expect anything traditional. I told them that. I would it would be like a sort of fractured narrative rebuilt together to do something. And they're like all right like when are we going to get some food? Sandy in shirkers. There are all. This group of friends that you went through this intense experience with in your teens. You know, different hurt feelings from that time. And and now you had to come back, and and tell a story about it. What responsibility. Did you feel to the people that you were documenting? And and how did that evolve is the film has been out in the world. I just wanted to really capture what it was like to be friends and remained friends, troubled, friends, but female friendships often troubled over time, and I just wanted to make sure that we captured the kind of texture of that in real life and just be true to that. And be honest, and you know, and so it was it was I did a lot of coaxing of my friends to get involved in this thing because it's such a toxic subject. The whole George Cardona stealing the film, and how it sucked our lives into this vacuum for twenty years before it was returned to me. All this kind of stuff was the very mentioned shirkers just just is so bad with with me, and my friends that it took a lot of coaxing in the love research into just like just talking to them and making reaching out to them over like months before I began interviewing and hiring one of the crucial. Things is hiring the perfect the correct some talker. Who? Who I I picked iris ING who's this really tiny Chinese Canadian woman who had also shot stories, we tell Sarah Pauly and at done similar very intimate interviews where she was very unobtrusive. It was like I have friends these tall gigantic Caucasian guys. Great DP's were just mad at me for not hiring them. But it was crucial for me when you dealing with a very nervous objects where we're going to reveal themselves to to have somebody..
"sarah pauly" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"We might go on the second because there are screenings though. I'm sure in New York, they're already sold out. We bought the tickets a long time ago. We actually, I like posted the ticket that we got like thirty of our friends bought all the tickets around us. We, we have this like finger mind where at least one time in my life, I want to like rent out entire theater to something. I think I wanted to be wicked. The musical wicked later I would still happening says, who so wait says, whoever musical, I feel like I just the movie musical somebody. You mean, oh no, I'm talking about well, all literally go to go see this as production on Broadway. I wanna buy the whole thing. I want everyone all of my friends each in one seat and just me get up on stage like hi, everyone said they were going to say that. Good. Thank you so much for coming. It's going to be. I heard it's a very good performance. High school thing. Who are you in wicked? Who am I n? Wicked. Nessa rose. Okay. Oh. Oh, that's good. Now open. I'm going. Because out of Bowen and I bone is alphabet. I'm Glenda. I. Oh, warble year Madam more. Do you like you'll. I think I'm a monkey a monkey. Like pre went pre. You are Fierro, do you aren't gonna play Bach? You know. Thank you. You're not. I don't like this. Yeah, very fear of things to say. Yeah, we'll have a lot. So we should ask the question that we ask all of our guests. Absolutely. Which is what was the pop culture or culture that made you say culture is for me, this is that thing in your life that was either a movie, a song, a musical artists, like some sort of trend, anything in pop culture that really, you can look back on and say, that kind of made me who I am that that was that was it or a mind is like, so Canadians, I'm hoping that you guys will be on board. It's not Canadian House. An international audience for like she does have crossover. Okay. So this mother first actress that I was obsessed with was named Sarah Pauly. Yeah. 'cause I mean anything to you? It could. No, there were the CBC which is like our PBS like BBC's like quivalent show called road to avenue lean. So. Okay. Let's just like an an of ring Gable. It's like no nineteen hundreds like very white. Very Cologne love that. Okay. That I will come in here. You don't love that. I was very what I love. Right from the record. So she's like, it's so she's a child actors g like is from Montreal rural, like nine thousand nine hundred like churning butter, the issue of the week lay. And so I would love her with her and but she like so amazing. Okay. So I was reading about her and she was bought by Disney, Rhode timing, which is why I was thought maybe rather be like whatever. But whatever you want for the uninitiated, I'm a Disney gay, he's the consumer, but she wore a peace sign like when she was like ten or eleven to one of the Disney event in order to protest the Gulf war..
"sarah pauly" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Three percents. Every purchase. Welcome back. Everybody. How you doing Nick Gilio here on seven twenty WGN? We're all very excited about Kurt Russell playing Santa Claus. Or at least I am. Man, and you know, that's his own beard. You know, I mean, come on you've seen the thing. You know, the beard capabilities of of of of Kurt Russell. He's got his his facial hair. And hateful eight. Bone tomahawk? This man can grow some facial hair. Kurt Russell doesn't need a fake beard to play Santa Claus. Are you kidding me? Brady probably grew it overnight. That's how manly Kurt Russell sneezed. Sneeze. And that beard appeared. Anyway, the Christmas chronicles everybody it's on Netflix in November. It's going to be the greatest thing ever. All right. Welcome back. It's Nick Gilio here on seven twenty WGN, and we are talking about great movies directed by women and the best female directors, and we want to get a bunch more here. Sarah Pauly, who is an actress and a Canadian Canadian Bill, literally just. Sarah Polly who is a great a really really terrific actress in her own, right? Has directed. Some really terrific movies. She directed. A movie called stories we tell away from her take this waltz, which I think is a particularly great movie. And she's also by all accounts. The, you know, the she showed up for the very First Chicago film critics festival. When they showed her movie stories, we tell and from all accounts from Eric and everybody who was there since she was the nicest and funniest woman ever. And and she's, but she's just tremendous actress in in in in in in addition to that and starting a lot of Canadian movies and the dawn of the dead remake. Which is surprisingly good. Dan. I went into that movie. Oh, man. Yeah. That had to be. No. I just was like, no, you can't how dare you. And it's different. But it's good. It's good zombies. Shouldn't be fast. I will say that there should be. They're not fast. That's that's that's a mistake any movie that has fast, you know. But it was really good. It was it was well made Sarah. Polly was great in it. Really great in it. Tyrel from modern family. He's fantastic in the dawn of the dead remake. He's hilarious in it. But yes Polly. She's she something man. I would love to mention Julie taymor. Julie taymor who is known as a musical theater musical musical theater director and. And artist she directed Freda. Free. Call a film with some Hayek. And that's a that's a good movie. She did a midsummer night's dream. But she also directed one of my favorite movies at everybody hates and it's across the universe. The Beatles movie. Have you seen across the universe stand? I have not well, nobody really has. And I I mean, I caught I still catch flack for like an movie people are you like Eric and colony make fun of me constantly for like an movie, maybe not so much Colin, but Eric does. Who else likes my friend, Sergio Mems were, you know, he's been on the show before Sergio film critic here in town been around forever and makes movies and stuff, and he appears on podcasts a lot with Iraq. And he and I get picked on by the by the critic the critical community for being big fans of across the universe. I saw it three times in the theater. I got it at home on DVD. I love that movie. And I love what they did with the Beatles music in it. I love that movie and Julie taymor directed the hell out of it. She also directed. Shakespeare with. Anthony Hopkins Titus Titus studies. She did Titus andronicus was called. It was just called Titus. She did a great job with that too. So she's a she's a good filmmaker. Kimberly Pierce who directed boys. Don't cry. She also directed stop loss, which was okay. And but she did the terrible remake a Carey. Which just and this is you know, that khloe grace merits now is sort of making a career out of starring unnecessary horror. Remix? I don't know if you know that or not. Did you know that she's in let me in which was the unnecessary remake of let the right one in. And it sucked. She was in Carey, which is the unnecessary remake of the nineteen Seventy-six Kerry, and it sucked and she's in which I don't know if it's unnecessary because I haven't seen it yet. So I guess that's like a thing. Now. Oh, she's in. Dan. A little kid. She was in the Amityville horror. So there you go. Wow. That's like four four unnecessary horror remake starring khloe. Great peretz. I love her though. I think she's a she's great. But I hear I hear I gotta say. A really great things about superior. It's not at all. They say it's not like the original in an eating the director went out of his way. To change. It. Look, you know, I'm Italian. I should know how to pronounce this guy's last name. It's Luda he directed combine your name and a bigger splash. But as a he directed the spirit, and it's one of his favorite movies. And it's completely he they say it's completely different in so many ways, I mean visually and the story changes. They changed his story. They used some of the characters and some of the basic plot elements, but they change it. And I'll tell you one of the big changes is the damn thing is two hours and forty minutes long, which makes it an hour longer than the original. So, but I hear some really screwed up stuff in it though. Like people freaking out during screenings of it. Like, it's a really twisted crazy violent movie. So. Let's see we've got Kelly Reichardt who is one of my favorites. She directed Wendy and Lucy, which was moving movie that that got mentioned in the crying movies. That's the one with Michelle Williams underdog or she's looking for her dog, really simple lovely movie, she works with Michelle Williams a lot. She did night move. She did Meek's cutoff certain women. That's her. Drew Barrymore directed whip it. She went behind the camera director their roller derby movie. And we got Nikki KIRO who doesn't make enough movie. She made the zookeepers wife that was our last movie she made north country, which wasn't very good. But she directed whale rider right out of the gate method. That is a phenomenal movie. Gillian Armstrong terrific director Little Women death defying acts. Here's one Dan, Arthur Coolidge, you know, I did not realize I have not seen any other films. But she's made one of my favorites. She made real real genius. She made she made valley girl, which is also a classic. She did lost in Yonkers material girls as well. But real genius is that that's her masterpiece. Yes. Absolutely. Oh, we gotta hit the news. What the hell am I doing? I'm just yapping away. Just start talking about real genius, Dan. I don't care about commercials and jump in on that. And that's great. Oh, it's news time. It is news time. Maybe we can talk a little more about real genius after we break for the news, which is next time to get going..
"sarah pauly" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Lori was fine problem this is a three star movie worth your time number five for me okay thank for being so dismissive sorry so dismantling our money to lose between seventy six million and hundred and fifty million pedia really that much of a i also got updated from flation so okay because some some of mine are accurate to to the to the dollar in somewhere arrange but let you like and they're all huge numbers just big discrepancies during the budget and the law number five for me as a movie i don't think you've seen but you should because it's actually pretty good the adventures of baron munchausen adventures this is terry gilliam's follow up to believe time bandits he made might have made another one in between it's very very terry gilliam esque in the sense that it's british it feel british and it definitely has that drawn a blank on the name on new jasmine the the troop comedy troupe it's legendary monty python python is feels very monty python and this is a movie that was just misunderstood i'm sure that it has to do with marketing there probably wasn't marketed all that well was also kind of a weird movie it's hard to get across loan i would think you know it's probably not going to baron i bet a lot of people were intimidated because his back in nineteen eighty eight when you'd have to go up to the actual box office interaction with another human being and try and pronounce munchausen thing is putting putting names in titles running fem at least on my lesson sounds like on yours to names the people's recognize sarah pauly eric idle and john neville make for a set pieces alone or are worth the price of admission this is a very fun movie i also like jabber walkie which does not come up on this list which he co directed that was the first movie that he codirected also same kind of vibe but this movie hold on let me get to my notes polly was a little girl in that movie crazy isn't it.