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"sean archer" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!
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"sean archer" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast
"Yeah i don't know if. I the yellowfin on pretty. Yeah was amazing i can do it. I'm terrified heights. Signed by honestly watching washing it in game guy guys. i'm just like i'm good good So look having worked with these amazing directors and this is kind of like getting into your process. What lessons did you take an active from your previous roles. And how did you kind of like apply those lessons into something more. Recent like harbor clara So i mean i i worked with Nicholas cage on left behind. Yeah and one of the things. I picked up from him. I love nicholas. Cage is amazing. One of the things. I picked up from him and i took it on every set after that was once i left my trailer might lines. Were all memorize everything was done. He didn't have even for rehearsals. he didn't he never had a sides with him. So you know he would know he would not exactly where it is. When we're gonna hersal. I i really i watch them do that. That's like this is amazing. That any more. Yeah so i took you know. There's a bunch of low nuggets that i take from every actor you know he. He nicholas cage that that for that particular instance. I think he really helped me. In terms of preparation you know And mark ruffalo worked on. Now you see me. Watched him kinda like calm. A colleague down in the ban on the way to set that was done a neat. You know You get a bunch of these little moments where where it's like all right. I like that. I'll take it you know and you just develop your own little kind of platform and and and guidelines to go by. That's it man. I mean like y- you'll observing nicholas nicholas goddamn cage and mark ruffalo. Are these actors who have been working for years In huge things right so you just naturally they bring their own things to your dislike. I'll cherry pick that. I'll cherry pick the amount. Put it in the repertoire. Yeah Do you have any nicad stories. I mean like. I love nick cage like nick. Cage is one of the most amazing amazing. Yeah black because you you say his performances and you know they are a lot of the time unhinged everything every time someone talks about him. They talk about him as if he's the my sweetest person on the planet i'm yes story as Even what ever you have on your experiences with like we were chatting we were chatting butler astrophysics now And just just you know. He's just like keep up the good work folsom. And meanwhile i'm like is this castor troy harking or is his sean archer. You take your face off. Yeah we're gonna let s impression did as Yeah tell them to stay away from the l. a. downtown. It's going to be low smoggy. I love that you did say you did that. He didn't go for the because you know i can. I can call face off. Like i can go back and forth. I mean family man. Oh yeah yeah. I mean that was the other one. I was going.
"sean archer" Discussed on Eli Roth's History of Horror: Uncut
"Maybe snake is that gave him. The right procedure arch to do his crazy meta. I don't know it's a meta thing but it's you know i. It's not a subtle form of acting my friends from ucla film. School wrote face off. And i was actually on the set on the day that they were shooting. And i got to see them. Shoot this this shot at has become like one of the iconic shots of that movie is when nicholas cage as shaw sean archer as castor. Troy is in prison in his whole thing is it has to make it convincing. And so he does this thing where he's like. I do like that. I remember just completely out of context like coming onto the set with my friends and i look at that and i that that's like really second work like a complete idiot because it's like the most brill is so utterly brilliant moving onto we need to talk about kevin hayes. Non supernatural evil child movie then movie actually.
"sean archer" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"They're still married. Mrs Archer and Sean Archer and he gets his own face. Put back on barely surviving the whole thing. He is the hero everything else and we see in the final scene shown archer. Finally return home after this. You know you know uniquely horrendous experience but ultimately it worked out he comes home she sitting around there. They'd Lynn around on the laptop. Like Oh oh. This Tuesday was the day you were getting released from the hospital. She couldn't have got him picked him up at the hospital after that whole thing garbage. That's more disgrace guilt alone. Should have dictated that. She had to go to the hot that she would do after what she did. The unmentionable thing she did with an to castor troy again letting her off the hook thinking. It was her husband but still what happened happened. And there's no erasing that Mrs Archer and you're sitting there on the Laptop. You couldn't have picked him up. You can the gotten in the car and picked him up at the local hospital after what he's been through this graceful now Dave on the other hand maybe she maybe she enjoyed time with cost. Detroit thinking he was husband so much that actually that she she she thinks future might be that he's dead. I mean well but but you still have. Your hands in mind is elsewhere. Maybe she's like. Hey look I thought the world was this. Actually this is you know. Even if it's even if he's dead maybe there are other men out there who can give me the same sensations that I wasn't able to get from my husband so who She's so you're not one taste of what the broader world could offer was enough for her to you know. What was she doing? Maybe setting up an account on a dating website of Iceland interesting theory so she's on match. Dot Com is on match DOT COM priceline com. One I mean yeah exactly all those things because because now she realizes that the world is not just a bowl of apples. It's A. It's all the fruits that you could. You could possibly imagine why now men's junk is what exactly and now this is while see now. That's the irony here. Here's why.
"sean archer" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch
"Any Great Ville so great. They're gonNA make it again. They're GONNA we first need to find something for cage and Travolta because those guys were great smooth but I I told you guys. I had a friend on this film a long time ago and well. I'll get that second but the point is this paramount is going to remake the slick to be dated for the current day and I don't know if you guys have seen all this deep fake technology going on. It's amazing. There was a talk show. I forget what Shell Bill. Bill Hader was on the Jimmy. Jimmy Flat Flannel Jimmy Jimmy Fallon and Bill Hader was on and he was doing imitation of doing a movie he was in Tropic Tropic Thunder with Tom Cruise and as he was speaking about being the movie as he spoke and went into his Tom Cruise imitation his face morphed into. Tom Cruise's face and then it would just as quickly more back into Bill Hader space. It was insane that this could happen. Obviously defaced fakes going to happen more often and it's going to be very scary going forward and society but it's not that hard to do anymore. You gotta just Google it and get. Brady be scared because I bet we're all going to be a victim of this treachery one day or another in our lives. You know it's unknown right now. Whether or not the the swap will take place entirely in youtube videos or or a similar technique but listen. They're making face off again. Dan and the writer is a guy named Orin Uzio. He did twenty two jump street sonic the hedgehog and the cloverfield paradox. I don't know what is going to choose as has is opening scene. The original has a child being murdered. That can't be done nowadays. It's just campy so that a change to begin. I Dunno insanely horrible. Spark will light the fuse between the characters Sean Archer in Castor Troy and how they'll address the attraction should the former has for the latter but this movie the relationship in this movie has tremendous gay overtones and undertones. Just go back and look at it or seriously seriously watch them clips on Youtube. Tell me it's not gay it is it is but that's fine but it is but most importantly which actors of an take their faces often swap them and then pretend to be you can't use Travolta and cage again because the amount of money the studio would have to pay for fucking wigs. Duplicating wigs would be through the roof. I kid but I don't it's funny when this movie was being pitched years ago well back when I got to. La Me and Gopal we knew the guy who is talking about it and he was not the guy was not his name is David permit. He's big. He's a lot of stuff in Hollywood back then he'd done one or two good things. He really liked the movie version that we were pitching him. We pitching them. We're pitching him. A movie called beautiful lies which was a updated La Dolch Vida. That's what we thought we could open up our careers in Hollywood and let's do the Rico Fellini over again which is very bold but then a couple of vital Madonna did instruct away so who's to say but we took that movie and instead of it being in Italy and don't forget without you need is about gossip columnist which is me and if you listen to people in my mother's side of the family. I'm related to Marcello Mastroianni my mother's. My mother's mother's maiden name was Maharani and somewhere in there with as a relation but I thought well. I'm allowed to do this. I was the gossip columnist. I'm unrelated to Marcello Mantra. Let me do it so he wrote them up but instead of it being in Italy we put the movie in Miami. Put it in the Hamptons New York City. We had fashion show Chelsea during fashion week where the models the walking in the rain with Mascara going down their shirts and dresses phenomenal movie David Permit loved it but he couldn't stop stop talking about the other movie where these two guys switch faces and wives and we thought that sounded insane. Well guess what movie Got Fat. I got made yeah. We thought he was nuts. Meanwhile he makes the other movie and it makes about three hundred million dollars in permanent was often running at being a big fucking ticket producer and and now the Redo is all Hollywood is talking about and I'm sure the remake is going to take these gay undertones and really turn up the juice on it because it is twenty nineteen gene. What am I think why still use two men and a film. Let's get we got two women in this much would not be I mean it'll be believable since two women. Could you think about why why use to men. Let's get to kick ass women in this film to women face off off then again. Due to women apply make up the same exact way that could be a problem how much you WanNa bet they sign zoe Saldana and everyone's favourite private humble actress Jada Pinkett Smith there those to kind of look alike I can see those two switching faces and it being somewhat believable and then if you do the castrated aspirated male version you go but Jada Pinkett Smith and Zoe saw that and then married to Justin Timberlake and Jerry O'CONNELL two men who I'm sure would notice if they're inside aww different vagina at night. If you WANNA make face off a comedy show Will Ferrell and Chad Smith. They're like completely separated separated at birth. If you WANNA use to white trash women as leads go margot Robbie and Jamie priestly if you're looking for the film to attract ask retention attention. It's gotta be. Amy Adams and I ll Fisher or Bryce Dallas Howard and Jessica chest pain and if you really WanNa fuck with people's heads Ed and have them knowing not knowing who are rooting for at all. Let's have your bar Dan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan because those two had got to have the same mother at some point. I wouldn't care which one of them dies same things for. Dreyer Dematteo and Porsche the Rossy think of all the money they'll save on special effects. The people look exactly the same but it just goes to show you. We came out here a couple. I came out here in the mid. Nineties and everybody was pitching movies and rooms and leaving rooms with deals half a million four hundred thousand million dollar deals. There were stories about pictures being written on Napkins at restaurants and getting sold for six hundred thousand the next day in the room. We met all the big shots Ridley Scott David Permit Michael Deluca we never audit and Grit Sony thing but we did hear about other ideas that were in the mix and to see those movies get made when the when they're just little ideas he gets you. GotTa get your heart racing because you're so close to this thing actually happening that you think why why not me wanted to be that guy but that's the breaks in this town so listen folks. Today is an insane dance. I told the Patriot audience earlier the day when that show. I've got a bunch of mechanics here from comcast cable pity televisions all over the house. We've wires actress. ity going in walls. That didn't have it before going to be be upstairs trying so today's going to be an incredibly short show. I've been saying that a a lot recently. I know but listen with yesterday. During the day the furniture came today. Being data cables put in everywhere. We're good to refine from here on all we. He got his furniture being delivered with not result me having to get the show shorter one hundred tape later in the day so I can actually say thank you all for being so patient with all this bullshit as it's been the last month is back to normal starting tomorrow so I really WanNa. Thank you guys. That's it for today and in and out seventeen minutes show on nine eleven please guys I know I began to show that crazy rant about never forgetting and always remembering but do so do so. Don't make it something you say and forget about ten seconds later. This country has got a lot of things that has a the things that have fallen apart about the reasons because you've got a fucking bunch of politicians who seem to forgotten about them and they seem to want to let the people were hurt us. The most can all these fantastic things in their lives and people like you and I don't get shit. It's fucking disgusting to think hard about that. I don't WanNa get too much on my high horse awesome Freida Heights or hey horse all right. I'll talk to you tomorrow. I may get into that was famous for September eleventh. Twenty nineteen not used to aw thank you for listening fame as a bitch is an AJ Benza workhouse connect production featuring the endless wisdom insightful commentary tyrians sometimes fucked up perspective A._J. Venza executive producer Mike Agatha no technical producer Brian Vasquez..
"sean archer" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast
"Boom. Famous. Just like, I think it's the first one isn't it when they're they're trapped in the house and stuff and there. Yeah. So in that scene. I love it. We're this you'd outright in. And then he's like, hey. Who is it? Like, the mayor is okay there or something like that. It's like I heard you got so up there. And he's like, Yep. Sure. Do. Lease up those scenes. Yeah. He it was so good just shows cold blooded killer. Right. I think there's a number two where they get high off the opium. She's my our. See this is then. Going. I'll blow your guess. Ause that shoot. Oh man to mix kind of the drama have some humor and make it a western. They just kind of amalgam altogether came out about art throb, guys and everything and stick them all together and man fun time. They went through. So I think maybe that might have something Larry going for an Rb to PG movie might be some of it. Last quick thing was the the director John Fusco discount of a cool thing he dropped out of high school at sixteen then in his early twenties and went back and got his GED and got back into art school while so he's kind of a kind of messed up, but then got back on track and became famous direct that incredible voted you'll pick man that was a great movie, you're next big. Okay. So my next pick was movie face off. Face off was a chemo June twenty seven nineteen Ninety-seven written by Mike were and Michael calorie in directed by John. Woo. Who is very well known starred, John Travolta as Sean Archer, and nNcholas cage is castor. Troy. Gina Gershon was Sasha Hassler in Allesandro Nivola was polish ROY. I don't really know who that Alcyone Jauregui anything else. But he did a great job as well as well. Yeah. But he his character was perfect though is really good. But anyways, but yeah. So John Travolta, Nicolas Cage, and Gina Gershon. Great great characters in the show. If you don't know the movie, basically what she should all my goodness. Watch us move Ella so much. So basically, what it is the premise of this movie is is that nNcholas cage is character is notorious bad guy, and then John Travolta's character. Is this notorious good guy and so shot, so Sean Archer John Travolta's a cop. And he's trying to always catch nNcholas cage is character Castro Troy, and they hate each other. And they like try to kill each other all throughout their careers and everything and so basically castor Troy ends up killing Sean Archer's little girl on a merry go round. And so then it's like, Sean Archer's going to do whatever he can then to kill Castro. He doesn't want to arrest them anymore. You just want some dead and. He's trying to be the good cop trying to bring him in and stuff as well. But he really wants them to die. And also that because it just ruined him on the inside Evans daughter die right in front of them and everything. So anyways, so castor, Troy's is big drug Lord boss, you know, blah, blah, blah, and. Played very well by Nick cage in then Sean, Archer's character or John Travolta's character. John Archer, they basically he tries to catch them and stuff and this big blowout scene at the beginning of the movie, and they think that they kill Castro Troy, and they're like thank goodness. You know, he's dead. And then it come to find out that no he didn't actually die and they're keeping them alive. And so John Travolta's like what are you doing keeping them alive? I want him dead. Like, why did why are you keeping them alive? And they're like, well, we have an idea we have this new technology now where we can actually take the face off of a human being transferred over to somebody else. So we want you since you know, him and studied him so well for so many years, we wanna take your face off put his face on you will change like the hair on your arms and also their stuff to make you like this. We can put this little micro chip in your throat to make you sound just like him and everything we need you to act like castor. Troy go into his whole. Big drug ring, find out all this information about everybody. So then we can get in there and just make all these arrests. And basically finally kill this whole thing off. And so he reluctantly does it, but they're like, well, the only way that you're going to be able to do this is if you have to like completely commit you can't tell your wife. You can't tell anybody, you know, in you're gonna be castrated just tell your wife that you're going off on this thing. And you're going to be back in a couple of weeks showing take about two weeks, tops and stuff. And then you'll be back. So he commits to it goes in gets the surgery done, and then he wakes up, and boom he's as worst enemy, and like just seen where he's like he sounds like him and everything he's like what he's freaking out about everything. But anyway, so so he gets into it. Now, all of a sudden, nNcholas cage. The real nNcholas cage is the good guy. Good guy. So he starts off this bad guy. Now, he's the good guy in the movie playing a bad guy. And then so what ends up happening is is while Sean Archer now as Castro Troy is. In the midst of all this stuff, then the real Casta Troy wakes up without a face. So then he ends up like calling in his thugs they come in. They threaten this doctor then takes shun Archer space and put it on his days. Do the exact same thing turns them into that. And then they kill the scientists are the doctor so now nobody can revenue exactly. So now, he's the good cop. But he's a bad guy. And the good cop is actually the bad guy. And oh my gosh. And so so then it's like boom they he's casualties. Nj oil and nobody there knows that he's actually a cop. Besides those two detectives or whatever. Well, he ended up killing those two detectives as well. So now, he's like I'm actually stuck in jail. And so Shaun Archer who's actually now who's actually Castro. Troy comes the is like, hey, you're on this island thing out in the middle of nowhere, as you know, jail or whatever nobody's gonna come and save you. Nobody knows that. You're actually me. Wasn't it? It was like an oil rig. Yeah. It was like a hidden jail in oil rig. And so so basically, he's just trapped. He's like, I'm here forever. So he's like I have to break out of jail and figure out how to get back to land and get this all straightened out, you know. And so in the midst of it, all like, nNcholas cage is character is the good guy now, and then John Travolta's, bad guy. And he's going home and he's sleeping with his wife. And he's not her daughter and stuff and really, but then they like so sure enough nNcholas cage now, you know, escapes and he comes back to land the long story short. They ended up having a big huge battle scene and everything. And, you know, don't want to spoil the movie for anybody who hasn't seen it. But but but already right? So then. Nncholas cage ends up killing. John Travolta in a pretty epic scene and ended up screaming like east screams like in this phase. I can't remember exactly what he says, we're Begum, but he's screaming his face is like die pleased die trying to kill you for so long. Now, you're us, exactly. And so. So anyways, long story short after all that's done. They ended up believing him because he's able to save all these like things to his wife that only she would know he's able to kind of push on his throat to make his voice go back to normal also their stuff. And and so they end up believing find another doctor is able to do it. And they put them all back to normal and stuff like that. So it all wraps up with a pretty bow at the end. But but the thing that I love about this movie so much is that first off huge Nick fate, Nick cage, van huge John Travolta fan. And how those two guys be one guy one bad guy, and then flip in the middle of the movie in credible. Like, obviously everybody knows John Travolta plays a great good guy. And everybody knows that Nick cage can do whatever. I mean, he could do a bag crazy guy. Good guy, whatever. But the see them both flip like that. And like, oh, man. This is so good. I'm sorry. How how they're able to do it. It's an action flick. It is. Yeah. Very much. Yeah. Lots of explosions. And guns carcases boat. Tasers exactly helicopter chase. He's trying to get off the plane and use it the helicopter to correct to keep the plane from taking off. Exactly, yes. I saw the one seen because I haven't seen the whole movie scene where he's the girl from or his daughter and the boyfriend or the car and go down there BT exa crap out of exactly yeah. That was kind of cool. But it was what was neat about that. And I'm glad that you bring that up is that Nick caso Castro. Troy was now shun Archer as the cop, and he's starting to kind of have feelings for the family. He's never had a family before it why he did have a family, but his son died, and so he's kind of missing that feeling of what could have been a family now, he's a drug addict, you know, and all other stuff. So he's kind of like, hey, I kinda liked the white picket fence thing a little bit. And so instead of like being a weirdo can a hit on his own daughter kind of thing. Now, he's trying to stick up for her and give her advice about creeps and all this other stuff. So so it's kind of cool to see him kind of softened. Up and then the seed, you know, the other guy coming get hardened by it, all and everything. And and they have the most epic battle scene where they're like they like they're in this big shoot 'em up seeing going after each other and they're killing cops. And and so now all of a sudden Castro Troy's not killing the cops. He's shoot them in the legs and everything he's like gosh. Darn it Bob, you know, like he knows the cops and everything you know, they're like looking at him. Like, how do you know who we are? You know, he's got this heart. But anyways. So there's a scene. I don't know if you've seen this when you're walking go through the videos, but there's a scene where they're both behind a wall. And they know that they're yes. Yellen stuff back and forth each other, and then they turned around, and it's a mere. And so it's like, oh, it's like a face off all face. But anyway, so so cool things about so obviously had eighty million dollar budget, which is incredibly half that win those two exactly. And then so it grossed only one hundred and twenty eight minutes, which is pretty good because center this eighty million. But but originally Nick cage turned down the role. He said that he basically had a lack of interest in playing a villain. But once he found out that he would actually be a villain turning into a hero for the majority of film. Then he jumped all over it. He thought that was really cool. Nick, nNcholas cage, John Travolta, they spent about two weeks together before filming into learn each other, you know, figure out each other's main, your 'isms and also stuff, and then they decided to kind of pick specific gestures and bulk agencies and stuff for each character. So that that way they can be mimicked. It was originally supposed to be this is crazy. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone we're supposed to be the two characters. I don't think it would have went off because how in the world because I've never seen Arnold Schwarzenegger talk without Arnold Schwarzenegger's voice. You know what I mean? So how the heck is semester still supposed to do that that wouldn't it'd be cool to see those too? But I don't think it would work. I think so I don't think so I mean, I mean, there's a lot of people. I'm just thinking like the real life version of it. You know, because it's not like, obviously semester Sloan what have to mimic is voice, you know, because actually Arnold Schwarzenegger playing the character. But but this is like in real life. I don't think that anybody could mimic that guys. So, you know, so I don't think it would have worked, you know. But but when John was brought into direct, and that's when he decided to John Travolta, and nNcholas cage would be more suited for the role. So other actors that they're thinking about doing outside of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone was Harrison Ford, and Michael Douglas, those two were the first ones that they thought about doing it. So when they are making the film, or and they wrote the film that's who they're thinking about doing as it had nine they brought Michael Douglas in way early they had in on the lines and also their stuff, and then ultimately, it just kind of fizzled out. They also thought about having Bruce Willis and Alec Baldwin, and that would have been kind of getting vanilla work. I think so, but then my favorite was Alpa, chino, and Robert deniro, could you imagine? Imagine how those two guys like my Russian iconic do then, but then like John Claude van Damme and Steven Seagal they've thought about having those two guys as well. So, but again, I think that could have worked, you know? But I think that having it was it was it was an action film, but it was also much more of a drama that I think that they picked the right to guys to make that movie pob off with it. You look at some of these possible cast people for other films, but a couple of those
"sean archer" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"I mean, if cage is coming just wearing Travolta's face. He doesn't have that scar. He had to give him back. The love handles and stuff and I was wondering about the scar. To I thought for sure that was how she would figure it out. And not like, oh, let me get a hypodermic in the middle of the night. And stick him. So I can do a blood test who comes up with that again, unless you're trying to make me laugh at how bad the writing is. But are you not laughing nothing against Joan Allen fine actress, but when they do it at Ashot of Travolta's Eddie honor, and they just pan that camera against her. Latte asks and it's like. I'm cracking up. This is Larry the music again. Yes. James Brown going on. And the fact that he's only he's not attracted to her. He's only doing this because he wants to completely get one up on Archer. He's not just going to sleep with Archer's wife, which is bad enough. But he's going to seduce her because Archer kids even succeed in that. He's going to go in and just overtake Archer's life and do it better than Archer. Does one of the big things. I feel like nNcholas cage in this because I feel like we're having a face off here Stewart, and we should swap faces because I'm like, you don't look like you're having any fun. What are you come international terrorism and loose it up a little bit? Because that's what he's doing with Archer is by being a looser Archer he's improving Archer's life. We even get Margaret show in here asking if he had a surgical procedure. He's too she know about my. Face. No did he have the stick removed from his ass yet. What is castor Troy as archers plan to become the head of the FBI eliminate all terrorism? And then he'll be the only terrorist. He went and got Pollock's out by saying politics is cooperating and telling us where the bomb is. Yes, as politics is out. And what he tells politics is we're going to use this law enforcement position. We're gonna take down all the criminals, we're going to do archers job better than Archer does because we're not going to follow the constitution. It's going to be said that they're using Gestapo tactics. But castor, Troy knows where all the criminals are he's going to bring them down. And then get a monopoly on underground crime. He'll have all the prostitutes and drugs and gun running and terrorism you need because as Archer he's arrested everyone else. Poor Margaret show. She's got a karate chop and pull out guns baked for the part. She hounded. Woo. Are you sure that tarintino didn't just push her into this? Because I feel like teen is like, oh, you gotta do this. And you know, he did the same thing to Mira Sorvino to he put her in that show young fat pieces shit, replace killers. According to what we said on the commentary. First of all his kids were a big fan of Margaret show and thought she was really cool as second. It was going to be young fat Chow in that role. But then he couldn't appear the film because of contractual obligations, and so Margaret show was the fifth. Get that get Margaret show. Okay. Yeah. Talking about chose character in this. Like, if I want to think rationally about this film, which I really don't. But if you have a body swap movie, and the characters aren't acting like who they look like like Travolta, when it's castor as Sean Archer, he walks into that F B I room, and they're applauding him for finding the bomb disarming it, and he's reveling in that applause when we saw the real Archer when they did that to him. He's like, no, we gotta think about the ones who died and were injured in the sting. Let's be serious like no one ever calls Archer out for acting weird which seems weird for a body. Switch movie they're just thinking he so happy because he captured caster I think the one who should be doing. This isn't Margaret show Joan Allen. Oh, yeah. Of course eve the wife because it's not her husband. She's been married to this guy for twenty years give or take and she. She doesn't notice she is just going to believe this change of heart and Papa with the brand new bag, and.
"sean archer" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"I now have to evaluate everyone that ever told me that. But it's still do, you know, it's like you could say this is good Indian food, and this is bad Indian food. But if you don't like Indian food at all, I mean, you at least need to know that you're dealing with a curry. Yeah. And I didn't think John. Woo was camp. I thought John who was a serious director because many people I know studied him as if he were scholarly, and that's kinda shocking. When you see this masterwork this glass, it what is not. Scholarly about this Stewart. I mean, you have Sean Archer based on Sagittarius the Archer the constellation which directly opposite of that is Gemini, which has two stars castor and Pollock's the name of our two village. They're diametrically opposed. I mean, this is intellectual the more pretentious the better. I love all the pretentious details. They've tried to sell us. It makes it better some newly graduated UCLA film students there. Yeah. Yeah. I understand you do that. When you're giving junk, you try to polish the turn you try to bring ideas, any no, it sometimes be movies do graduate and become scholar. Like, the writers slash producers themselves were actually surprised when they saw this getting made as a my because this is an eighty five million dollar film, and they're showing up on set on days when like the airplanes crashing or the speedboat chases are happening. And they're like ask each other the studio does this is about two people who take their faces off. Right. Even they realize that the premise probably comes off a little bit camper than the movie does. But I knew what I was in for when I went into theaters first of all I mean, I've seen the rock and con air at this point had you seen either of those. I've never seen them. Okay. Right there. There's a level that there's a problem because if you don't know put down the. No, I don't know. Any did not go see action movies in the nineties? I really didn't. That is an indie film. John. Malkovich depot semi come on. It's all Indian actors villains. And Leaving Las Vegas is nNcholas cage. I mean that is actually why I saw was the cast and isn't big rains and raises the two. Yes, it was like a Pulp Fiction reunion. But the trailer for this was really campy in and of itself because it started with like a grizzled warned down Travolta discussing this guy. He's trying to capture them but trying to capture for years. It's very serious. The camera rotating around it does a three sixty. So you're behind his head. When you come back around the other side, he goes the only way to stop him is to become him. And of course, it's nNcholas cage. Then you're treated to another sixty seconds of over the top ridiculous, gunfights and explosions. I knew what. Was in for I went happily. Yeah. I mean, I knew that it was gunfights in over the top action. I just didn't know the rest of it. I mean, I didn't know the plot. Arnie? Why don't you give it to folks? Maybe they don't know like me, and we can all laugh about off nNcholas cage is castor, Troy international terrorist for hire. John Travolta is Sean Archer the FBI agent trying to capture Troy in nineteen Ninety-one. Troy tried to take out the law, man, stalking him. So he used a sniper rifle to shoot Archer in the back, but the bullet went clean through Archer's body into his young son killing the toddler now..
"sean archer" Discussed on ONE Energy
"Okay. Here we go. So this is the first episode of one energy, which is focused entirely on collaborating with thought leaders in the world discussing and determining how we can create alternative energy solutions to make the world, a better place, essentially and today we have an amazing guy that look forward to talking to his name, Sean Archer want introduce yourself Shawn until tell her a little bit about yourself and kind of your expertise. And y you we got you on the show today. Thanks, jordan. I really appreciate it. And I I'm really flattered you think I'm a thought leader. But tell you the truth. I my experience in my career has really been focused while entire early on telecommunications. It's only the last I would say five ten years that I've been really very interested in energy and how we use it. Cool. I've gotten to know Sean a little bit t-. He was really great friends with my aunts who ran a wailing gas company called imagine a who suddenly passed away early this year, but she was entirely focused on creating hydrocarbon was clean, and so today, Sean, and I were just we're going to kind of kick off the beginning of one energy with a discussion around clean energy in how we can make a plausible. In your opinion and experienced on wooder like some of the biggest issues you see facing clean renewable energies in the world today. Well, you know, from all the time, I've spent around this, and I try to look at things from the biggest picture, I possibly can that ten thousand foot level. And what I see is when I constantly read about from some of the some of the real experts in this field that have have spent their lives in this area is that the challenges around adoption of this clean energy are really very dependent on while the individual technology. But a lot of it also government policy, and, but they enjoy all the same categories to contend with so efficiency cost, the waste situation, the environment, and, and, of course, public opinion. So as an example solar and wind are very popular amongst voters so politicians of Doppler policies, it supports them. And that's reduce their costs. However. Our they make grids very inefficient apart from being efficient themselves. They make ridge very inefficient because of their intimate and see. And that really drives the cost of the consumer, so balancing, manage it. And that's a costly endeavor, very long time lines new hydro. Attendees, very slim, the front environmental cost is significant while geothermal is also geographically dependent. Right. And then, then there's our good friend nuclear and nuclear headwinds are really regulation, and a reputation that the media has capitalized on for headline at fear, but they also have a very high up front investment constant five investors cya way from that all of these have their own waste issues as well. And the only one to me that it's proven to a managed way to, to, to, to contain waste is is, is nuclear. Yeah. I would I would totally agree. I think Nuclear's potential in the future is remarkable, but you do have a great point like it does the front costs for. Well, at least a large scale nuclear plant, you know, you know, your upwards in the billions of dollars when setting up. A solar farm, the upfront costs you can put it up immediately and you know, really need as much capital. But do you think that the, the downfalls of nuclear outweigh, the immediacy of solar and wind? No. I don't think so. I think what we're, we're looking at is that a lot of the issues around, for example, solar and wind is that nobody's devised away in the future to manage, when you replace these plants, like where all these panels go, the, the, the cost of building towers, and all the concrete and all the seal for, for plants that are intermittent. We had that up over time. It's actually far worse than building the upfront cost of nuclear plant as long as you can do it efficiently. And I think that the next best thing to, to, to, to see in the world is small modular reactors where the price will come down significantly as technologies adopted where the core of those plants can be built in a Boeing size factory that can turn out various different sizes, right at high Connie's of scale and. We could see the cost for stable, you know, baseload electric city come way down. Right. Yeah. Totally you briefly mentioned that a lot of the dependencies of the future of renewable energy kind of circulates, little bit around government policy, is there. Is our way to either go through a back door on that or is there a way that we can collaborate with government to work around that. What do you think about that? While it's true. I think it's the biggest roadblock and unfortunately, these policies influenced by large commercial enterprises that may be threatened by the switch away from fossil feels and they in my experience and what I'm seeing worldwide is they like to fight this by promoting fear and uncertainty. A lot of Fudd, right? Amongst the public and that really affects the, the votes and, and the funding, and there's also these powerful organizations, such as Greenpeace and Sierra Club that are very anti nuclear for the for the wrong reason. Right. And they can they can really change public perception. Unfortunately. And that's huge for the nuclear industry are lack of science-based patterns globally is a general misunderstanding of nuclear waste and safety is, is really a real major headmen toots and Yuka. But there are places in the world where. Air. It's the regulations are simpler to overcome, unfortunately, well, or fortunately, guess, away, look at it is, from an economic point of view, really China's gonna be taking massive advantage to be able to dominate this industry to do. And so many other industries like my own right. And we may end up paying a high price for that technology when we finally realized that nuclear is the solution to providing, you know, carbon free energy at scale but I I'm still hopeful and because I see companies in Canada and the US and Europe really pushing forward with new designs that and they're getting funding just last week, we saw some major funding in the UK for, for generation reactor place. So very exciting on that front to cool. Yeah, absolutely to thoughts. Again, my mind as you were talking is. I know there's two two movies out there. I think you might have been the one that introduced me to Pandora's box that we talked about Pandora's box. Yes. That's right. Yeah. Old now probably needs an update. Yeah. But even. Yeah. Even still I remember watching it. And like, you know there is elite environmentalists saying. You know, the technology is, is so advanced, and it really is one of the biggest solutions to solving the issues around climate change. And I know there's another another movie that just recently came out that we you and I have talked about that is called, the, the fire the new the new the new fire. Sorry, thank you. Yeah. The new fire that, you know, basically says the nuclear power is, is going to be the hero in. And I know I've read a couple articles that if you know, if nuclear had not gone through, you know, the, the weapons and nuclear bombs history that it has, and it was. Discovered today. I think you you've said this before, but if it was discovered today, they would they would have. You know, they'd lined the streets and have parades. 'cause we found the ads. We've found the solution, you know, like China, I think, is starting to figure that out like you said, because, you know, they are really up against the back of a wall. And it's either okay we have coal and it's destroying our country. We need to figure out an answer. So, yeah. Yeah. I think you're totally right, that we are going to have to pay a premium for a lot of these technologies especially if you know, we're kind of behind the eight ball. I agree. And, you know, there's crawlers to this, when you take a look at one of my mind my favorite topics, which is electric cars if you were to discover, or if we were to have electric cars from the beginning, as somebody introduced a gas car. We would look at it and go I'd never buy that toys had vibrate. Right. Right. It, it pollutes the environment and, you know, and I gotta put expensive fuel in and all the time makes no sense. Right. So gearboxes and all these other kinds of things. It's similar in that if we nuclear technology when we should have, and I think what most people don't understand as we had a great opportunity back in the fifties and sixties developed, very, very safe nuclear generation for, for the for the non military use. And if we had gone that path. I think a world would be completely different today. We wouldn't have any real issues with dealing with pollution and, and climate change. Totally. So, so I guess the question now comes down to what do we do now? You know, 'cause there was looking back like you said, there's absolutely, you know, the field is limited or littered with mistakes is there besides nuclear power is their technologies or companies that are going to be big game changers moving forward. Besides nuclear power. I mean, there are so many different ways to create carbon-free energy. I think what we really need to look at is what makes the most sense from his broad perspective, as we can. So I guess what I'd like your listeners understand. Is that my enters around this are formulated AS Roma's very broad perspective? And as our little human minds can adopt. Right. And I start my thinking with the first law dynamics, which is really the energy cannot be created nor destroyed. It can only be changed in for, and there's a spirit as a species limited by our, you know, our fledgling knowledge of the universe, namely, physics and chemistry. We've only really mastered one method to create useful energy for ourselves. And, and that is that we burn stuff we break a bond release that energy. Gee, we transform it, and we use it to power is, and so many people think that renewables are somehow different, but they are actively exactly the same. They just harness energy from a source to burn stuff like the run and the earth and all very of methods of transforming energy into useful source. They have officiency renewables and burning fossil fuels are quite inefficient compared to breaking the nuclear bond of, of a heavy atom. So when I try to look at things from the from the biggest perspective, we have something called energy, return versus energy, invested, and focusing on nuclear technology, just makes the most sense to me. So nuclear technology has a potential to have a energy return energy input ratio of about ten thousand to one as example, the next best thing, he's actually burning coal, because of its density, and that's about eighty to one. So when I think about the most obvious the most obvious place to put our energy and our, our resources against to me, it's nuclear and the, the nice thing is that there's a lot of new companies diving into this because they see it as the as the future as well. I think there's now in the last, I think about four years ago, there was maybe about forty companies. And now there's at least seventy and they're all looking at different ways to create extremely walkaway faith nuclear power reactors that are very, very efficient. And I think that in comparison as time goes on, we realize some of these other solutions just don't give us the bang for the buck that we need. And we are starting to deal with very, very grave issues around climate change around ocean acidification around pollution that we'll have to lean toward this. And it's just a it's just a matter of time. My biggest concern is that humans. Normally wait until things are really threatening. Yeah. It's true. Yeah. For those listening, Sean has been huge component and inspire me into pursuing the nuclear engineering while that's what I'm in school for currently, but just pursuing the nuclear potential for the future. Of those companies that you briefly discussing Sean or there any that stick out of. That are doing great things that you think are important to mention. Well, I mean, the probably the top ones that are that are pay attention to mostly are companies like flied, and new scale, and terrestrial energies are some of the three that I can think of these, these companies have to work in North American virement, which has extremely high regulatory requirements for nuclear probably way higher than they ever needed to be. It's, it's kind of like building that bridge, instead of building that bridge to make sure it handles the largest passenger, or the largest say tractor trailer unit so that all other smaller cars and go through our regulations are gonna make sure the small cargoes across that bridge with all kinds of caveats around it, it's, it's almost a backwards thinking to regulation. So these companies have to deal with that. And because of that they've come up with new innovative ways of being able to deploy there. Technology canada. I think has a better opportunity than the US because our regulation aren't as strict, and we've never had nuclear incidents because we built from the from the, like the Cantu, reactors, which use heavy water and are very, very safe compared to lightwater reactors and other places in the world, right? But I do think that we're going to see the, the, the most events moment, come out of countries in China where they've got collaborations with US experts and so many more people working on the subject. Yeah, absolutely one hundred percent agree with you. I think I'm glad that you brought up for those listening. Sean mentioned two companies, I think are important to look up in your spare time he said, flip energy and their company based out of Tennessee. I believe, and one of the lead guys his name's Kirk Sorensen, and he's actually. He didn't write the book, but someone wrote a book about him called green energy, basically, essentially, what Kirk Sorensen is trying to do rate from the website in their mission. Statement says our mission is to develop modular thorium reactors to supply the world with lifesaving medicines, sustainable, and.
"sean archer" Discussed on Back To Work
"Yes. And, and so they, I don't ruin too much of it, but they, they finally managed to capture. Nick cage and Travolta then. I'm not sure why they decide this is a good idea, but they got to infiltrate Castro. Troy's crew, right? There's a bomb ticking bomb situation when it was there's a bomb go off in LA I guess, countdown timer and everything. And so they send, they send Travolta in. They want to send them into the prison to like get the information from. NNcholas gauges brother, Pollock's politics, and so they sent him in, but they realize they can't just sentiment. So they have this outlandish, this surgery they can do. And so rather than keeping the villain faceless for a little while they go ahead and give him the cops. Well, the cop's face technical, the cops faces is still floating in its little. That's right in the bad he's got in because because as in a long time, each wakes up from his permanent coma somehow he wakes deadpool. Yeah, he's or the joker cutting off his own face got no face. And then somehow his crew brings the surgeons back in and they're like, you're gonna give me Sean arches face now, and I'm going to let go and take over his life. And like as they say in the movie bone, his wife and and so then there's these very. So now you have. And then because now he comes back and he's FBI special agent Sean Archer, right? So he can take over the full life and in the process of doing that come and be like, no, no one note Nicolas Cage. Aka the real Sean Archer. No one knows you're in here on they think you're the real weight somebody's peach. Yes. And so they leave castor, Troy stranded in the prison as he's got, like, prove who he is. And and meanwhile. You've got Travolta like looking at the daughter, his daughter like in it's very disturbing. And the other thing that's so weird about this movie is it's so over the top, like every aspect of it is over the top and crazy, and I just don't like the people's reactions are strange, and it's just so it's so bizarre that watching it, I can't im- im- like, how was this taken seriously even as as entertainment factor, how how did it do? How what will ninety on different time. Yeah, yeah, we haven't watched that one. We watched the face TV show. Watch that with your kid. No, there was a TV show too. That's the one about Hollywood makeup. Oh, it's a reality show. We watch where they do Hollywood makeup challenges. Basically everybody everybody makes calicoes or something from game of thrones pretty much remember Calabar Calvo's looked in clash of the titans. No, I'm trying to remember how. How do I spell that? L. i. b. o. s. yes. Okay. Yeah, he was the stop motion picture devil in guy, demon boy, little effort. Yeah, and he looks good. Looks good times have changed times have changed. Oh, Dan, I think we, you have something you wanna. Tell me about. I think it's something that I liked. It's the I, I know for a fact that you like Eero era, it is. Zero. Eero is great. This is the WI fi that getting better keeps getting better. What has changed while the first let me tell people what it is. It is the wifi that we've always wanted. It is fast is reliable. You get a great connection.
"sean archer" Discussed on Back To Work
"TV services as well. That's the only way that they've survived that no one's getting phone lines anymore, but I do kinda miss having a phone line a regular phone line. Yeah, I miss the intention -ality of it. I think about my grandmother. She had a phone, a phone chair. It was almost like a child's desk, but there was a phone seat with with the surface where you could sit and write that down or write things down, or you can have your phone book there. And she when she was on the phone, she would go and sit at this in this one seat and talk on the phone, and the signal is perfect. I mean, I haven't had a my wife and I had to have a call a few weeks ago about something extremely, extremely important time sensitive. And the call for for maybe the third time in my entire cellphone using life, we could not keep a signal and it was very a big deal. And so we had to keep what I was like phone guy like, I can't hear what you're saying. I'm so sorry. And I kept calling and calling calling NT so much the one time I want the guy damn phone to work, but there's so much I mean like, but go back much die hard. It's a really good movie. It's it's really very good movie, but there's all the stuff with like the whole point is they cut all the phone lines. Did not meet you plaza now, known the phones can get through like, what are we gonna do, right. You know. And yeah, thank God. Reginald they'll Johnson was down there. Ho ho. Yeah. There's so many movies that are just like that that that the whole tension or stress point of the movie is that a person couldn't be reached or information you in scarcity of information like you were saying, there's there's so much like that. That that I've watched shows with my my kids. And then why don't they just call them like, why don't they call them like were they can't call music? Why he's not at home, you know? Like if you're not if you're not in your office by your spring and ring, right? This rings. Yeah, that's not weird. We watched as a, not as a family, but I, I watched with a couple of my friends face off the nineteen Ninety-seven. Seven movie. Yes, love that movie. It is so Hello and Bonker bonkers. Zohar the the one thing that really strikes me, I'll put this on our show notes this link to the one thing that just so much when I watched this movie was just like, oh my gosh, anytime there's an explosion. There is a fight. What I'll call a fireworks sound. Do you know the sound of fires. That little tinkling like a bomb falling? Yeah. And then the actual sound of fireworks going off, you could not only see the fireworks that would be surrounding any explosion, but they would make the little fireworks sound and this movie. I remember one of the people I was watching, you're saying they literally used fireworks as does sound effects? Yes. Like these sound of fireworks. This movie was made for about eighty million dollars. It made at the box office almost two hundred and fifty million dollars. This movie was considered a an awesome epic movie. And I remember at the time thinking, this movie was like a great movie. Like I remember being seeing this and being like, whoa, that movie was grad man. Like that was crazy. It's it's a blockbuster, yeah, it's so bizarre. There are so many things about it that are disturbing and fascinating, and the movie is so weird. It's was seen daughter. So creepy when Travolta who is. Okay. So for people who don't understand the the premise of movie from this, shockingly simple. Yes. Why don't we switch faces between two people. Right. So you have John Travolta and nNcholas cage? NNcholas lately, different weird hairlines. NNcholas cage is a villain, and John Travolta is an FBI special agent and stir Paula, castor, Troy is the bad guy. Customer in politics and Sean Archer is the good. The good? Gosh on Archer, right Sean Archer played by play by Travolta, and so it the movie starts out showing sort of the bizarre insane antics just so you get the point that castor, Troy, nNcholas cage is completely homicidal and insane cannon..
"sean archer" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"Here this is an opening dreams events sean archer gently kicked his heels in the horse feathers of pegasus the beast wings flapped hard through the sky as a peacocks breast as sean son michael getting away on his own mount a flying unicorn what this movie opens up with with with shun archer on a fucking horse this one this is a gay you from ism here i know he plays the pork clarinet page sixty eight you know i much the vini burrito oh jeez my god this is terrible these are awful these are just really homophobia i don't have i don't know even homophobic they're just weird euphemisms and then this is a of course a page of pictures here they misspelled the name they misspelled people's names in this book this is kind of crazy all right let's see what else is in here well this is this is a great thing three men wrote this clark kolzig clark carlton mike were and michael kaleri why did three people need to write a novelization of a movie thirty done thank you for this faceoff card thank you for this faceoff novelization i appreciate it oh actually it's a novel by clark based on a motion picture and by mike worm and michael cleary please why didn't we shoot that pegasus seen i would love to see that all right i'm going to save the rest of the mail bag because we got so much stuff for next time because just in case i don't wanna get into situations we have nothing thank everybody sending stuff again to stuff at era media llc fiftysix twentynine hollywood boulevard suite sixty six los angeles california nine zero two eight thank you so much and i'm going to close up that mailbag male you might be like saying why did you close up the mail bag but not open the mail bag forgot anyway people you want to know what you want to know what i like will tell you right now on something i like to call pulse pick what.
"sean archer" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"Travolta says at one point after he becomes evil travolta it's like looking in the mirror put not dallas good really matter where it has a really good as a good travolta travolta also says as a throwaway line when he's have no merit trouble lies mistrust mixed messages this is turning into a real marriage great quote feel free to use that as a senior high school year but quote or whatever you know sean we've been living together as men away for a week that's you mentioned that earlier it's devastating it's a it's it's bear and comfortable and then finally data i'm sorry i shot you that's an extra that's the last leg of the movie as data i'm sorry i shy what your favorite quote chris i'm going to throw at a honorable mention for when john travolta with nick cages soul goes into dominic swain's room and he sees that she has a pack of cigarettes and she is listening to james brown's poppas got a brand new bag greater as rangers great touch year cigarette great lights it and she he says there will be a lot of changes around here top has got a brand new badge and he walks out of the room that was my favorite alive jason i'm going to pick a different one it's this is now it's been six years since the elite hoover terrorist had killed his son at the carrousel and john travolta sean archer is becoming a worse fucking boss at eleven on you just can't let it go and then i can we get to give you agents a break please sean and he's and he goes.
"sean archer" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"Cage was like a hails the world's his face on nick cage was like kind of a shotgun job yeah done under the threat of immolation right but afterwards it's dig i play its cash or troyes like oh yeah and travolta's just like i'm blowing this up it's so good right now i love having this new fee had did they know itching no no side effects it they we'd they explained to gibraltar heather get rid of his love handles and stuff a yet how did they add love handles especially this where they're going yeah that part i don't know why i was watching the cage when he was in a coma in hospital with this feared independent terrorist who who's taken out twenty people in his face in a bowl like under a spot yeah he said feet away sean archer they say the move because he foils once it becomes nick cage becomes travolta's character and foils his own bomb to become the hero and they casually drop later the movie that shown archer was time magazine's man of the year which a year for folk foiling one bomb no okay so did his boss comes in he goes just because you're times man of the year i mean i'm gonna let you get away with all this of chinese origin could it be beaten ninety seven michael jordan bill gates bill gates at tokyo castro escapes the prison in catalina and jumped seventy feet.
"sean archer" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"Turn only known bomb oh my god coast where you have i've got that prisoner subarkah yeah i like i like him okay cch pounder also looks in every senior season including inside the medical lab where they're doing what they're doing hair can measure and then she puts the cigarette out on him now he's fine look legal yes okay larry gory that's never okay to do that we have a new category we did this one already be guys having heard yet it was for the was the pad we just did fugitive we just did the fugit okay this is a new category those suggested by reader whose name i can't remember with this movie had been better with any trail and what role that's our new category for every radicals and would you y faceoff there's no way this would you watch that was just every character was trail all trail they had already all had off transplants with trey ho it's every care they did he trey ho and dusk till dawn trio yeah and they see with racist and out his trailer to play in this movie i want him i want him to be quite a guy i want him to be in cash no no no i wanted to be sean archer john travolta out of there and put train let it progresses federal ag because our i want the scene that we watched where they explain what we need to do in and out but he doesn't have the motlohi he does it but they don't faceoff that's it that's all i want her apex mountain.
"sean archer" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"No will be rephrase it if i let you suck on my tongue was kind of rephrase yeah they've been working on catching this guy for however long years and years your national apolitical stateless terrorist operating in los angeles that they have not been able to get he's already assassinated the child of a federal agent and they're like all gone were where are we gonna fight him and it turns out all they need is like the brother to buy a plane ticket in and they're like we already have any airline he was wearing he was wearing a fake moustache sir the answer is he killed twenty people go see 24 serving that you guys are so accurate shown their left jason our watches like fucking four times in a row we are fired up on metacritic it got an eighty two out of one hundred thousand within that astonishment that's a really score that's the lowest score like driving miss daisy province alone acting because you have to consider you've got nicholas cage pretending to be casher troy pretending to be john travolta whose pretending to be sean archer whose pretending to be casher troy while we're like fucking five levels while section abuse while i wrote it down i really did hey let's take a break let's talk about hotel donate i tend to leave things further last minute do that for halloween ian bremmer gene through the dregs of the party's turbans trainers scrounge cast them that i actually work that's why i was brandon from nainativu for three straight elements that's why nephew kyle's been tom brady for like aids elements but when it comes to booking hotel.
"sean archer" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"So let's talk about the plot which one of you was to try to summarise the plot really quickly jason jason guy so sean archer is at a merrygoround yes with his science and he has this thing he's extremely loving with his son like almost to a cream and he has this thing where he he th like brushes his son face down his lips there just in braces and what something my father really never did and as they're hiding this carousel excuse me i six father son react castletroy wary i have a son i've never ridden rush herizo at my side of europe crushes knows and lips caster troy is laying out there in the hills taking aim with a sniper rifle wearing a mustache that is that is only disguise thing i really off as there's a sniper rifle broad daylight world renowned criminal yeah it was the my here we go down never hagi game he sean archer would be here with his beloved son any just shoots in through the back boom sean archer and his son fly fifteen feet off the carrousel in slow motion and the sun dies shown actual lifts fastforward that's the credit the crash we're not even through with the credits ju it's just like the punisher origin story by the way if you if anybody reads barak honest anyway fastforward and now six years later this year later sean actors has got to catch this event deta got to catch this guy yeah and caster troy has set up some kind of dirty bomb somewhere in los angeles archer catches them.