24 Burst results for "Sigourney Weaver"
Viola Davis, One of the Greatest Actors of Our Time
"Welcome alex i. It's great to have you here to talk about viola. I'm so excited to hear your picks but first a little bit of background viola. When she won her first oscar for best supporting actress for fences and twenty seventeen. She became the first black person to win the so so-called triple crown of acting a competitive advantage emmy and tony award because of this in how omnipresent she's been over the last decade including her turn in the blockbuster period piece the help and as the shady complicated lawyer least keating in the long running series how to get away with murder. It might be easy to forget that. She has more than paid her dues to get where she's at. Now she graduated from juilliard in nineteen ninety-three and bounce between theater and screen throughout the rest of that decade by the early offs. She'd become a reliable supporting actor. Popping up in steven soderbergh movies like solaris and playing rations on the mom rule or the urban professional. She spoken candidly about how being dark skinned. Black woman has impacted her career like in this interview. She did with tina brown in twenty eighteen. I have a career that's probably comparable to meryl streep julianne moore. Let's sigourney weaver. They all came out of jail. They came out of juilliard. They came on nyu. They had the same path as me and yet i am nowhere near them. Not as far as money not as far as job opportunities. Nowhere close to
Could We Be Entering an Era of Commercialized Space Exploration?
"I S A great deal to Nasr's defunct Space Shuttle Program Green Lit by then president Richard M Nixon in nineteen seventy two. This initiative gave the world its first reusable spacecraft from nineteen eighty one to two thousand eleven NASA astronauts into orbit on American made shuttles. These were often used to transport portions of the ISS during its construction on July Twenty first twenty eleven. The space shuttle. Eric came to an end. As the Atlanta's orbiter returned from its final mission with the program just continued. I S bound astronauts grew dependent on Russian Soyuz rockets. Then the law of Supply and demand took over for nearly a decade. No other rockets were capable of sending people to the ISS. All astronauts bound for that station had to be launched out of Kazakhstan Baikonour cosmodrome which is spaceport least to the Russian government and by April of two thousand twenty. The Russians were charging eighty six million dollars to include foreign astronauts in their Soyuz missions. Another Soyuz rocket launch is scheduled for October. And Breitenstein says NASA is currently negotiations to book a seat. Nevertheless it's hoped that the SPACEX x crew dragon will end the spaceflight monopoly. Rydin Stein explained. We want the russian-american relationship in space exploration to remain strong. We see a day. When Russian cosmonauts can launch on American rockets American astronauts can launch on Russian rockets by now space x the International Space Station? Have a fair bit of history. Using unmanned crafts the company has delivered supplies to the orbiting laboratory since two thousand twelve. The crew dragon aced dress rehearsal and March of two thousand nineteen when it left. Merritt island on the nose of a spacex Falcon nine rocket and autonomously docked with the International Space Station. Five days after its departure the crew track and returned to Earth splashing down in the Atlantic Ocean. Some one hundred and forty three miles or two hundred thirty kilometers a Florida's eastern coastline. But that trip only passengers were in earth shaped plush toy and a dummy named Ripley AB- named after Sigourney Weaver's character Ellen Ripley from the alien movie franchise a flight later. This month will be the first time that live. Astronauts will be on board space x crew mission director. Benjamin Reed said at the May First Conference Dragon will be fully autonomous. Expectation is that can carry the crew safely to the station and bring them home without direct intervention even so hurley and Bankin are set to take control for a short period before the crew dragon. Docs they'll be able to guide the vessel using touch screens or physical switches. Both options are available for certain portions of the journey while aboard cruise expected to test out such components as the maneuvering thrusters and in my own. Mental Control System. And then there's the spacesuits one piece outfits designed by SPACEX to supply the astronauts with oxygen provide the appropriate temperature and maintain pressure spacesuits plug into the crew dragons chairs when their wares. Sit down read. Said suits also have an integrated communication system so that the crew can communicate through their helmets. Neither Bank nor Hurley are strangers to low earth orbit. Lincoln's logged more than seven hundred eight hours in space and Hurley a member of NASA's last shuttle era crew back in two thousand eleven but every mission presents its own unique challenges like the rest of the world NASA space x and these two astronauts had to make adjustments during the krona virus taking extra precautions. So what does that mean? Both SPACEX and NASA have implemented social distancing protocols like keeping work desk six feet or two meters apart at their respective control rooms. Meanwhile the cruise getting a wide. Berth contact with them by any other team. Members has been minimized and many training sessions have been done. Virtually and the safety of is S. crew the astronauts will observe a preflight quarantine for May sixteenth until the launch on May twenty seventh. Right now. There are three space fares two Americans and a Russian living and working aboard the International Space Station. The length of Benjamin's and Harley stay at the facility will be determined at a later date it could last anywhere from five to thirty days when the time to head home arrives the crew tracking should undock Disley and deliver. Its human charges to Florida by way of the Atlantic. There's a long proud tradition of civilians gathering near the Kennedy Space Center to witness rocket launches. Unfortunately NASA is discouraging people from following suit this time lest they spread or contract Cova nineteen. But you can tune in and watch launch online for just the fifth time in history NASA astronauts will be test flying a new type of spacecraft should bankin an early complete their mission objectives. We may yet see a golden age of space tourism and innovation with private industry taking on development roles long adopted by governments Breitenstein. Said this really is the next major step. In commercializing low earth orbit and having a really vital low earth orbit economy in which NASA is one of many customers.
I'm Dead, But What a View!
"Had yes torso head in his head after carefully removing the bees from the man's head they continued the tops the only to discover a second hive in his chest this time though it was angry wasps oh no that would be unexpected surprise yeah very candyman so what do you do do you do you call an exterminator mitten rackets just get a can of raid how do you deal with that. Is it disrespectful to spray a corpse down with with raid I would say yes raids gross I don't like it okay so they carefully removed this hive and then they proceeded with the road they proceeded with the procedure yeah and they continued with the procedure this is the point where they get down to the abdomen as they were exploring the abdominal cavity startled because tissues organs started moving inside of the body had other things made homes and they're suddenly something burst from inside the corpse and Clung to the wall of the examination room oh my gosh it's aliens no it was a squirrel and it had taken up residence the in this guy's corpse just you know store and nuts in the guy's nuts so to speak not a face hugger then although if that happened to me of course that would be your I thought it an alien because just it happened so suddenly just burst from the guy's abdomen and Clung to the wall Nagorny Weaver come save us Oh my God where's sigourney weaver through analysis of medical and forensic entomology literature they confirmed the uniqueness of this discussion the researchers described it in the July edition of the Forensic Science International Journal which is a prestigious journal quote the uniqueness of our discovery lies in the fact that no one before us had the opportunity to describe a case of nesting of these species of animals inside a human corpse found in a tree yeah I think that that's kind of specialized study for US biologists this discovery is interesting because it brings a new perspective and gives us new information on the behavior ecology and biology of these animals absolutely they brings a new look at the behavior ecology and biology of bees wasps and squirrels we know a lot about what they nest how they grow what they prefer but this discovery shows us that human bodies if they meet the requirements of these or get orgasms of these organisms they can be a home for them you're not using it the scientists said in a sense the human remains found in the tree emily natural structure called a hollow so it just seemed like a natural thing for these animals to to build their little Heidi holes there's something unsettling about that idea something nesting inside of you even if you're dead I mean good or those little nuggets finding a safe place to be I mean until it was taken from the tree right I wonder what that honey tasted like inside the bee's hive the honey bee He's hive well did it. They were honeybees
Talk Show Host Richard Bey Reflects on His Early Days
"Without further ado. I bring to you Richard Richard. Thanks for coming on the show today well. It's my pleasure to be here and thank thank you for the invitation so Richard. Your New York guy and I have to say because my girlfriend is Jewish and and I know that growing up your dad was Jewish Mama's Irish Irish Catholic What kind of dynamic was that growing up for you. Is it difficult because I know religion does play a huge factor and families and so forth and it wasn't in difficult. It was to some degree. It was a good thing you grew up with the kind of schizophrenia half the family telling Ling me that I was going to burn for eternity in hell and the other half of the family telling me that I was part of God's chosen people and when my mother they're married my father and interracial marriage like this was a pretty big deal and her family really opposed they sent the priest to my mother to tell her that there was a boy in the parish who was willing to marry her and he was Catholic and that she should marry him instead even though she didn't know him but he shouldn't marry this Jewish corporal one while and did your did your parents. They see how successful you've become in life where the around for that long to see how oh yeah they were around to see the ascent. Fortunately they weren't around to see the decline Oh. I don't think there's no there's no decline. You're doing other things. We're GONNA get to that yet. You're evolving like everyone else. I can say. I never knew yield drama school. Talk about talk about that part of your life Richard Well. I went to Yeah I was acting before war. I went to Yale drama school professionally but I started to realize it didn't know what the Hell I was doing. I was inequity. I was in Sag and I said if I'm going to do this for the rest of my life. Better you know learn some technique so I applied to juilliard. I applied to Yale. I got into Yale. I was in a class class with a bunch of talented people. It's a three year program so you're there for three years and while I was there I mean Meryl Streep was they. They are sigourney weaver was there Tony Shalhoub Mark Linn Baker and a bunch of other people who are just fabulously talented Allenton actors who you never heard of Wendy Wasserstein was a playwright. Ted Tally who wrote silence of the lambs was was a playwright right and it was just when I graduated I was hired by the Yale Repertory theatre to do a year of all different roles and wrap so that was a great send off as well so I was really there for four
"sigourney weaver" Discussed on 710 WOR
"A one one person tweeted, does anyone want to tell her that Handmaid's literally raped stripped of their freedom and treated as cattle. So I don't know. Maybe she was to rethink strange. But Australia, have you watched this Handmaid's tale thing, this like an anti-trump? Yes. No. It's totally anti-trump getting raped. Yeah. It's popular in the anti-trump era, because it's a feminist statement of some sort. I really. Yeah. Okay. Did you have another? Oh, yeah. Sigourney weaver. Yeah. So I love the movie Ghostbusters. The original with Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Sigourney Weaver when she was at her, most fetching, Emma. Save those days. Well ghost busters three arrives next summer and Sigourney Weaver is going to be in the movie along with Bill Murray, and Dan ackroyd. So they had that all female Ghostbusters. That was terrible Natalie. Yes. No, I never saw. But that was considered Ghostbusters to. Right. This is the third, they're going back to the original because I think that second one was awful. Yeah, I don't think we're all gonna be ackroyd and Murray and Aykroyd Murray and pain them to do a Ghostbusters three what like twenty five years later. Yeah. Well ladies. They're gonna have the marshmallow guy in it, too whenever the marshmallow anyway, I'll look for you. Who you gonna call then? I'm not gonna call you shallow ghost high though. I know I know I just don't want to humor you. All right. Well, we get back the democratic primary is heating up in Iowa who's pulling ahead, we'll check in with ABC news political analyst eve Roberts, but first, let's get the news. It is eight.
Sigourney Weaver, New Jersey High School And Ellen Ripley discussed on Rick and Bubba Show
"News. Sigourney Weaver helped make a New Jersey high school stages production of alien especial events alien the play had drawn widespread praise after videos and images. The performances at north Bergen. High school were posted online Weaver who play the character Ellen Ripley in the nineteen Seventy-nine movie came along to watch the
Elaborate 'Alien' High School Production Gets Hollywood's Attention
"Wife, a New Jersey high school's production of the nineteen Seventy-nine space horror film alien is getting praised from Hollywood. Brian shook has more the movie's director Ridley Scott wrote a letter to the drama department of north Bergen high school praising students for their imagination and determination. Actress Sigourney Weaver Senate video saying the play looked incredible. And the alien looked very real videos and photos of the play went viral with some three million hits on social media. Phil
SpaceX successfully launches capsule headed to International Space Station
"Cheers. As the SpaceX falcon nine rocket land safely. After successfully launching a capsule that will have progress continues. Like this become the first commercial craft to send humans into space. And we'll also become the first American made rocket to launch astronaut since the shuttle program ended in twenty eleven we want to make sure that we keep our partnership with Russia, which has been very strong for a long period of time going all the way back to the Apollo Soyuz era, but we also want to make sure we have our own capability to get back and forth to the international space station. So that we can have this strong partnership where they can launch on our rockets, and we can launch an Iraq. It's NASA administrator, Jim Britton Stein. They're on board. The crew dragon is a dummy loaded with sensors to measure gravity's impact, the dummies named Ripley's believe it or not for Sigourney Weaver's character in the movie
"sigourney weaver" Discussed on Suicide Buddies
"As long as it's not Nazis. I don't give a shit. Zeke good Gradus chocolate, whatever. Shoes. So when she killed herself, she did it in their bed and shot herself with a gun and what there's some sort of. This might be true is that apparently like some of our blood and like some bullet fragments might have gone onto a painting that Geiger just hasn't his house still? Yeah, like there's in the documentary and it's backed up in this other documentary that like someone's like, what's that? He's like, oh, that's when Lee shot herself. They're just like, you just have that. He's like, yeah, you know, like he doesn't get rid of anything. Apparently, that's another thing is like he's like superpac Reid. He's kept really low. Yeah. Whoa, it might people shit though. There's like weird things to Geiger like he's a very quiet guy. Any kind of like Celente mythology about jour- of happen, and he has like he had like a wife who when they were making alien, they Sigourney Weaver the production crew come over to his house, and they're talking about art and everything. And he has like stuff that looks like skeletons around. He's like that's lease skeleton in like his wife at the time actually is the one who's like that's Lee skeleton. And like she would tell these stories about how he just has like bones of her around. And he's just like playing jazz, piano Sigourney Weaver's listening to this and she's like, I don't know if that was real or not. It was cool to hear. Fucking shit. The house is already pretty fucked up. So it's totally possible. Yeah, wait. So what so this. You were saying before that when she killed herself was that around the time and she had just opened the gallery and she was starting to do these weird art shows in that year later. Oh, interesting. What did she do in before that? You said she was an actor? Was she just failed actor? Did she ever get any work? She any movies, but she was actress, stage actress in Switzerland. That's right..
"sigourney weaver" Discussed on The Writers Panel
"Yeah, I mean, and you know my God and even just not necessarily a witch, but Jeannie from I dream of Jeannie. I mean, these were coming through, I guess, from the sixties. By the time they came to a stranger in the night seventies eighties that was sort of the diet of television that we were receiving in India. We would get fifty percent English. Maybe if you watch the BBC and fifty percent more American content, and when you think about the sort of the patriarch who storytelling this woman trapped in a bustle and she, her master's wishes is her come on and just the way since him and was to peak, you know the story. And that's why partly I'm so grateful to have come through an era where women were announced to be angry and ugly, and you know ugly in their emotions or unconventionally attractive or more masculine in their appearances. I sit in the am, I'm not miss what offend. Yeah, I, I mean, I it wasn't necessarily which is that I, it was sort of warriors and soldiers that I, I think identified as a teenager. Having grown up as a young girl watching these these shows, you know, the Muppets had a big impact on me archetypally. I thought that was just pure Janus. It was amazing to to work with the Hinson company down the nine, but it was when I saw those just the strong. I saw Sigourney Weaver and leeann, and I saw the Hamilton terminate, and I was like, oh. I can do that. I know how to and it was part of that new set of the shift where women were allowed to claim their anger. We have a lot younger about and I don't know, by the way, my goodness, I've just seen twice and against these special Netflixing in it, it seem credible. It's. It's an historic piece of storytelling and you know my kids and I, you know, one point we will, you know, we were watching once upon a time and and really enjoying watching all those fairy tales unfold and and seeing sort of everything being given rape. And it's such an interesting, you know, my son came to me. My youngest son came to me a few years ago and said, mama is, is Batman is Batman for kids with adults. And that's what you meant. He's a sip heroes for kids or adults. And I said, what an incredible question, why do you also every time I ask you if I can watch this new movie, you say, no, it's not appropriate for kids, but it's a superhero like it would be Batman and the dot net return things. I I well, I guess because we grew up with them and they were hours. Kind of like the baby boomers were just not ready to let go of them yet. So they've grown up and gone dog as we have. We're exploring the MO doc aspects of them in a more really sticks s seeing rather than sort of having the the po- while bang. In the side of, you know, the sound effects and the underwear on the outside. We've sort of run that model of fifty hero, and I think we're doing that too with witches, and it's great to say them shifting into more multi dimensional..
"sigourney weaver" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"Like t he wow i didn't expect she could do that yeah i don't know it just it didn't bother me as much as it does another it's not the worst example but i i always do wanna make sure that point that out because in that scene i think that the guys are suppo to sort of represent the audience to an extent of like wow look she really can do it you can trust this character moving forward you know like just reassuring the audience that she is competent which isn't necessarily thing that you'd have to happen given what we know about this carter sure and she's from the past so that's true she's like one hundred eighty to them she's their grandma there's not enough like unfrozen caveman jokes in that like are a lot of opportunities for her to say so what do you what music do you guys listened to they're like what what is this yeah this is a good point those are the jokes the alien franchise we need yeah we had to make a power sheet of some unfrozen sigourney weaver yeah wins like the comedy heist alien movie coming out i wanna see that yeah man stealing credits and robot hearts so blessed in the scene whenever the guys are like we'll i couldn't believe she could operate a forklift that almost certainly would not have happened if she were a man they would not have had that reaction and i don't think that there would have been such like a narrative dragon in the first act of the movie of if i mean let's just go there if if there was a male character who has frozen in the past who came back i feel like it would be a more likely narrative choice for this era too you know like treat him as a returning hero and be like hey you're probably lying and you're probably traumatized because of what happened with your kit where they assume in part of the reason that she's kind of discredited in that first scene is because it's like well you've been through a lot and we don't really believe what you're saying basically right she's hysterical yeah then that's what they say this is something like i don't remember the exact quote but they suspend her license because of it they remove all of her credentials which is a very frustrating scene to watch because it's basically her talking to a room full of mostly men being like here's this horrible thing that happened to me and they're like but i don't believe you and it's your fault when you think of that ashley is her fall right and then she gets very angry for not being believed as one would and then they're like oh actually seems like you're crazy so by right that's very frustrating yes but that doesn't like the movie doing a bad job it's the tubing gas lit by a corporation basically this movie is anti corporation it is which if you look at movies that came out at this is like peak reagan kind of unusual for i mean where said before say it again ghostbusters is the most pro corporation movie of all bucking time and this is like the same yeah there's like a fucking start their startup rose rose who get a bad loan yeah ed fuck those guys they're bad and they hate the apa we all know this is the worst startup of all time true yeah i genuinely prefer the new ghostbusters 'cause i'm just like it's just i hate i turns out i hate anything made before like nine hundred ninety nine but everything is so slow thankfully jimmy neutron came out in two thousand one so it qualifies to be your new favorite so in a lot of action movies where the protagonist is a woman i feel like a lot of them still don't do a very good job because they don't spend that much time developing that female protagonist or they're just like sort of the vehicle to propel this story but aren't giving that much characterization i'm thinking of movies like laura croft tomb raider we did an episode on or in movies where like there's like a female action star among other characters like black widow in like the avengers narva university question about that my friend who watched of nj with brought this up well no okay this stealing this question from todd levin but you know relevant are we ever going to get away from the like of.
"sigourney weaver" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!
"Yes i know but it's like it's like more like they're getting into like from the character's point of view they are in this horror movie but they aren't these character talking about the people in the in the woods are on the office of people in the cabin people in the cabin okay you know i mean are living a real horror movie and so that's their reality and but they're not but it's being manipulated by people who are turning levers and people are the writers and the rest of the production staff and sigourney weaver's the director right ask the meta reading of the movie i like reading i don't know if i would say it's a metal one but in the in the movie they're just they're just paid staff to get this and then and then you could see that like after they think that everyone's dead except dana it's like a it's like a wrap party right and how by the way how did they not know that they were because then they have like heartbeat meters and stuff at the beginning yeah that's is citizen point four definitely a loose end yeah anyway i just i yeah i just don't think i you're taking it too that's fine i think that an even to my point about it being extremely nihilistic just look at the last line of this hey you're right humanity it's time to give someone else a chance gods wish i seen him i know that would have been a fun weekend and then the whole world that's when it went from like a ten out of ten to like twenty fifty out of ten for me where i was like wow this movie just ends with the whole world big god that every movie in like right right.
"sigourney weaver" Discussed on Movie Crush
"No one gives a shit about writing an avatar ride i don't think right no not remotely they're doing more of them though i mean i would if there were a ride that were just about board sigourney weaver making money like it's just an immersive experience where sigourney weaver takes a check to her business i would write that are we are we recording it yeah i'll find an entry point you can say whatever we can like pick up later this intro this is off the record and very tenuously related to anything that we're doing by someone tell you okay so i was getting stories back from link the actress meetings for all the me too stuff and one of the things that we're going to do for the golden globes in addition to wearing black they were going to not wear jewelry and mouse cheap essentially said i can't do that because getting money from jewelers to wear their jewelry is like a decent chunk of what my income income is and then i realized that meryl streep in being meryl streep never just did what all the rest of them did like a nice glenn close cash of just like i'm not getting nominated for academy awards anymore right i'm gonna go be in guardians of the galaxy one hundred one down nations or gorny weaver and avatar yeah and a little bit sad that leg meryl streep always getting the best role for a sixty year old woman right means she and her sculpture husbands are like just getting by under jewelry money yes wow that's crazy yes that's crazy that that would be a substantial enough portion of her life i know income that mattered as weird but like.
"sigourney weaver" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"I did also were metaphor cates little bit yahaya plant earth to 4 k other that's i think that's system sellerio i think planet earth one that bluray was probably the system seller for bluray yeah you to go until like with and that you're getting alike inflict six hours of of the event and burrow in you know gorgeous nature shots in four gauge tiahrt or or sigourney weaver back in the day like if you chose the american version was sworn in weaver thought so wasn't jodie foster was a jody i can't remember but everybody got that i want me one you wanna give the edinburgh one you want to get that one now i don't know i'd like them when sigourney weaver tells me anything but it was a different script that was the weird thing that did they didn't read the same things why would they do that they dumped it down for us fans of outright the other uh forgive larae i tapped into was the fifth elman so bruce willis going back to bruce well yeah but that's good yeah i wanna yeah that that's when you can feel good about digital criterion doesn't do 4 k blueberry leases that's interesting ever yet they have no plans to one up the man may not be there uh because hostile am i it it won't they do all the rips in they'll do all their remastered in four k through for foretaste scans of their of the regional negatives sure saying that works been done the works been done these gotta find distribution model an and wait a master on disc in 4 k i think the i do eventually i would be so down if criterion did like because there's a ton of great criterion like dvds and even blue raise right i he buys agree criterion dvds and they're they're look good.
"sigourney weaver" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Think what's the asia iraqi is grey her rocky i could have been arriving flip i'm thing i i i was in something like it you're not on me i am deeply what i'm then i'm in the next greg iraqi film let's let's only do those surveyed i got ahead next up takes place in deep space sigourney weaver goatskins own t s cry asleep caption law halfway through their journey because of a distress call she's distressed in her panties concerning nines alien all right we just off the shelf for this i look this is this is great movie critics had loved this movie now what was it was it 96 percent at eighty nine percent i always use this example to things perfect movies movies that can't be improved in any way and number two who is holed up since 1979 and this will be sweaty palms you watch on will ninety seven and a female hero 97 percent now you probably rice and ninety six also set 96 ailing in a certified fresh at nine the seven am and needed by point deduction after that the last one what a great movie can close here next up uh jason pigs is watching shannon elizabeth in her underwear in the next room i guess movie i haven't seen she's i did ninety nine's says yes something like that so chris watching on a computer and it's weird because she's right there but it's on a computer oh my god carry find her russian accent it's you want to hear some acting really good greg iraqi film was an splendor from 1999 there you go i knew i'd worked with the match i work with so many find directors over the years i can't remember them all so shameless bananas air underwear 1999 dhs american by the time i saw was so exciting see a chick nude i didn't even think about her acts in but her accent.
"sigourney weaver" Discussed on The Film Vault
"A midnight cowboy came out in brasilia world some have been brian right akio i can't believe i was that long ago and it still it really that one who is our yes okay mine let's talk is on hass please okay i mean you've got sigourney weaver this'll be a lot better bean wouldn't it because he's rumored cleaned evolving yep yep are the plot it's a now is an extension of the alien narrowly survived the end of alien is this prieto is this we have no idea nelly exist somewhere in the universe either have to trust nailbomb camp not what do you think why is it that this is almost a default green for me he because i need to see michael bean onscreen reprising the roles crossed the opposite for all the reason need to green light this movie that is like far down the list is right there are many other reasons but i've decided to go that when i still don't really feel like i know neo blown camp as a filmmaker i still don't really know that i understand what he's capable of or what his tone is which is good i think a lot of this because the copa lee is in his movies and cope leash sharlto opening cut a takes over so i'm sure i'll be a mess i'm sure he will be too but he might be clean and alien mclane the voice exactly about a guy absolutely green light this agreement pretty much any alien movie short of like them doing some stunk director kasim yarn i mean like any dick will be directing reflects the next elevated dick but i wouldn't want to watch him direct his take on the elio he's such a smart guy he might be likely may be interesting choice choice there yet at the one of the aliens at least one would be.
"sigourney weaver" Discussed on Laces Out
"You're going to give a hand job to get in one of these new avatars look i would love to be a little blue james cameron what does he take in jobs or like how do i do that do i have i don't know if you've admiral jars from you're not but i do think sigourney weaver got in there oh yet she gave him a total hint like the like a happy ending like oh she gets just sigourney weaver's the the one who plays the doctor an avatar all the sad day when she dies when she didn't get our spirit picked up by the treated you cry then i cried who said she lost her soul right there to the tree i like avatar didn't have that that emotional pull on me that had seem dead tab on you but hey in our micha a a a mentor eight looting lake talks would be real we're not sure i like this is it maybe we should finishes two shells always with a nonfootball a nonfootball non sequitur articularly unlikely like what did you get like was the last thing that shawshank you or i'll come up with a question next week we could do we can debate it at the end of this jerry urban wonder have you ever thought about suicide what just ask him because i xiaoshuang i love the movie brooks right brooks got out of prison that's sad he hung himself he was here all yeah works frictions lawyer then he was dead and tell me that isn't the most awesome plot device we you think that red is doing the exact same thing and he gets up on that same chair nagorno god reds going to kill himself off the night when you thought and he's gonna do himself in uh in on a day hadn't heard from audits it's it's it's the best movie involving of male rape ever made lake lake as much as i don't want to see movies where like 80s getting abused all the time it's it's brilliant data did that guy you referenced earlier in the show right the music for that john williams did not i can't believe it i don't know how john lewis john williamson island for the vast majority of all time he said this guy didn't even write a move you didn't even do it john williams the flex a john williams.
"sigourney weaver" Discussed on About to Review
"Thing that could have happened in loop cages season that those of us who are the character were expecting did not happen there were like out a kind of missed their chance uh ma'am record on a different path in this show definitely happen here the only person who's fight choreography was worse the dany rand as much as i as much as i love the actress and i was glad that she was in this sigourney weaver wild yeah that was uh it was it was it was painful it was short like that thankfully as well short g befitting a while anyone is listening you know she does not have these long elaborate fight seemed but even this to the stuff that she does do it just it did not work at all it was it was it did convince me but sigourney weaver still sigourney weaver so i led a make it an awaken my favorite fight seen is easily and again that it hasn't really spoiling thinks you see parts of it in and trailers daredevil electra faceoff more than once throughout the season and every time it works every time i was still enthralled by what they were doing and that touches is a huge credit to those two yep multiple hallway fight seems so to speak yet there there are there are more than one in that dynamic i will say man they are all good yep uh one of one of my issues what always bothered me in movies and tv shows.
"sigourney weaver" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Uh the defenders i'm five episodes in in i gotta tell you you hit it right on the money when you said it's padded too long uh it took them like three episodes to get to the fun part which is where you see the curious from these different series interact with each other i and um but once that happens is actually a lot of fun so takes a couple up says to get to that point uh the first to episodes were not so great uh the villains of this season a sigourney weaver is the the main villain but it's kind of the hand which is going to like this samaranch michael clan yay in a it's it's kind of uninteresting so um but i do like the interaction uh just cajones of sarcastic like insulting it at other members grew a daredevil trying to keep you know his secured identity amongst these other superheroes uh i'm interest siragus it's got into a fund wayne last couple episodes have been kind of fun i know we have a review on the site that called the disappointing um in i definitely see problems i see cracks but our report back after i see the whole series i think it's ten or twelve or thirteen upset something like that uh yeah so with that review that's an it doesn't sound like any anything you'd wanna see now probably not of course uh uh last week we talked about our picks for the joker i just want to mention because we we ask people for their feedback what they what listeners would like to who they would like to see as the joker in a just one richard a couple of the better responses cohen saying her sign ono singing suggested charlie hunnam uh what do you think of that at some out charlie hunnam has always been one of those guys that i found to be very blandon sort of like a boring personality but i think if you give if you put him into a character as manic and as interesting as the joker maybe that could be the thing that sort of.
"sigourney weaver" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"And then like getting to slake casually beheaded after the fact here's like what are you doing did it to sigourney weaver why no so just for like the visceral reaction like my my immediate visceral reaction was actually really really powerful so it's got to get points for that at the very least were you not at all like taken off guard by it i was shocked for sure but after the shock what set in was this extreme confusion and disappointment which lemme lemme break this down let me breakdown my concern for you about sigourney weaver sigourney weaver's death on the show or her weaver as well yeah gordie's weaver is something that we could discuss sigourney weaver's weaver's brand new radical man's business but so this is the thing right this whole show has been about you know bringing together to the defenders and it's four in within this universe within this marvel netflixing tv universe these are essentially the four most powerful heroes and were putting them together so it would stand to reason you would be put pitting them against the most powerful force we've seen in these show so far as as well as a you know in the realm of villains and i think overall in in daredevil not so much in ironfist tv show they've made the hand a pretty formidable organization and they've they've hinted at this idea that they're in expansive organization all allpowerful they have you know they have not they of numbers they of resources they would be a problem for any group of heroes to take out and in the first four episodes of the show.
"sigourney weaver" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Sigourney weaver now mike man josh i i don't even know where to begin on this watching these two episodes after after episodes three and four did so much to up the momentum of the show and bring bring the team together there is such a good dynamic there was so much good action so much good dialogue so much good building of the plot and then episodes five in six were just so dull and confusing end rambling and then they end with the most lacklustre death of a major character i can think of in a tv show i'm sure there's better ones or more lacklustre ones i should say but man i was i'm very i'm very disappointed with five and six i can think of one cotton mouth yes so there's precedent there's precedent for really really poorly done death scenes in the show i actually really liked the security weaver death the and i thought that that was pretty ah i mean it came out of nowhere for me like i really had no idea that it was coming at all and suddenly she's just stabbed through the back and like there is something really terrifying and disjointed in jarring about watching sigourney weaver a character played by her get killed off in such way having a weapon bursting out through her chest by the way a little bit of a potential oh my gosh to to the wayne grandchild oh wink and a nod their indeed.
"sigourney weaver" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Yeah yeah a sometimes this internet egyptian with popsicle sticks to popsicle stuff it's harder to snap lem than one popsicle stick at a time but i believe that's the ancient ancient conlon masters used to tell this tale with popsicle but now i mean we'll see i i think the thing is we've seen a lot of fighting ninjas on these shows a win when we went into this show i was i was hoping that alexandra sigourney weaver who did not necessarily look like she would be part of a ninja organization you know she's not if they'd cast jet li as the villain in the show is the head of the hand i'd be like oh shit this is gonna be crazy but sigourney weaver or maybe we could get in system uncharted territory mirror avenue villain in the show that's not necessarily the hand and i don't know they're gonna have to really solve me on the now i'm sold on the defenders they're going to have to sell me on the hand i've seen a lot of ninjas get beaten up on the shows and i may be hit my limit with ninjas get i gotta say i've seen lethal weapon four jim so i wouldn't be so impressed with jet li showing up i know if rigs it murtaza can take care of that guy in there too old for this shit than jet lee is no match for the defenders all right but what about what about kiana that would be doubt he was out advocates f bringing john whic calling john whic on these guys and it's over lights out i would say have you seen have you seen canas man of taichi he plays the villain in that movie he is terrifying as he directed that i think right i believe he did yeah but and i think maybe produced it was a it was him bringing i forget the name of the star of the movie but he was like a martial artist actor that kiana was especially impressed with in the movie was all about bringing that guy onto the scene he's he's very a very impressive martial artist man.
"sigourney weaver" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"Not really here but i also met can they leave that hanging the forever yes i mean they can also bring him back for the the senegalese to do with all due guess is they left at the air and when i feel like she cells was is a fun ride buddy maybe you'll get a comic book per probably not yes but they could bring back david in the sigourney weaver one is an andhra sometimes people would be like what happened in the further adventures that character will never know nothing nothing so just imagine it it's fun that has to be delivered the break now disagree that has to be a sequel on a break one unsought cool anyway what is what's the fox in his kingsman too good a trailer iaea gold office also yet did did you see the ice taken off his jumper he's ready for this always pulling out a lesser document which is the allies alight unless it was very funny what a weapon awhile that who's who's ended up with pedro what's his name is our moldova famous film ikea hang on plenty of these nine look i'm not that interested if it's not he's from nakos and he's from grams roenick error on the air i come from a really wanna noise name now sorry he looked a bit like orlando bloom and i wanted to drive pascale that guy now it's not orlando blend the lando bloom is is a full and out of five the mice in these not your hollywood's darling a little boy anymore it's furniture because these 38 baby probably auditor but keeps them expand task that being said it does they've just brought back colin firth.
"sigourney weaver" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Places assassin sunni weaver's this evil dr tony shiluba is a cop who's a as who's read a doctor is a talking to her investigator cetera asta shiluba sigourney weaver kinda one secs namely and a michelle rodriguez hitman wait for it gets caught as part of the surgery wakes up linda bilo thursday full frontal nudity see and if you into that so there's a male nudity and then wakes up when then it's a call my god clutches her chest goes the private area turned into a woman it's a phone call sigourney weaver torturing the hit man and has now as the punishment made this man made this hitmen into a hitwoman this is the assignment amac all right so we're where we are going to get guns just bend reality that was no as other guys i love your job with you look at my look at my working and you get full frontal michelle rodriguez if you into that cause and she's like oh way i what happened to all the stuff and then now sudden you're going to look for bloodthirsty vengeance so it should be noted if you're looking for like a really cerebral film this isn't the one for you but if you want to be movie schlock fast it's got some good violence some good gun play some over the top scenes i like in a little bit the movie shoot em up i know damn will correctly pointed i'm just buys two giamatti but clive owen monica bellucci giamatti it was just a fine action movie jihadist tearing it up over the top against its in that vein okay so if you just want a good action movie with some good dolly sukardi wavered the surprisingly good as the chilling villainous dr like when when seles him sick oranje weaver made him like i had to go check that out there while since aliens was in theaters.