17 Burst results for "Stacy Keach"
"stacy keach" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"First film and i. I mean. I was so self conscious i i saw. I went to the. And because robert. Mueller who is a wonderful director invited everybody to the to the local theatre in town where they ran the dailies and i just i i felt very uneasy because everything i saw myself over acting everything was too big in. I didn't believe a word i was saying. You know. I just didn't believe it. I thought oh that's not good at all. It was my first or second experience in front of a camera. And so i was very very self conscious about it and i just decided you know what i want to go to danish anymore because the adjustment that i made as a result of seeing overacting was to do nothing at all in a couple of movies where i was just very cool and absolutely nondescript very unemotional. Nothing was happening. I mean it was nothing bad coffee. Also i said you know what i'm just gonna get involved in the process and just do my work. The only way. I would feel comfortable or felt the need to go to. Data's was if there was a technical situation like a makeup a wig or a noser scar or something that i had to check to see if it was you know as far as going to the days to see a performance. I was very self conscious about it. I didn't like the film when you're acting director makes the final decision about what tape to us in and i remember when i was doing doc. i frank perry with frank perry and i would go to the dailies. I was going to dailies birthday. And i would say i would see three takes and i would sale got. I hope they us take too well. They didn't use take two. they use. Take one or take three. And i got. I got very upset. So i realized early on. You know there's no there's no advantage to going to dailies if you're gonna get upset and anxious and alter your performance. Just go and do the best. You can and let the director decide. What's good and what's not good. But we want you to lean into that phone. Just like gordon willis sold you to lean into that camera and it's true that you discovered the funds. Well i didn't discover the funds. But i talked to fans henry winkler went to gail and i was. I had been asked to go back to jail from brevard gustin to be a member of the yale. Repertory company and During that time i I taught and henry winkler. James naughton and my brother were all students but i knew early on henry. Winter was going to be big star. Had such a great talent he. He's he's been here as well is a great guy. Good man and one of the most one of the most beloved people in show business. Oh absolutely he's a wonderful man gotta recommend fat city gilbert. Have you seen it in years. Not it's so good stacey and you're so good in it and you and susan tyrel the late great susan tercero. Yes i mean. It's a movie that it's it's a movie about the dark side of boxing. I mean rocky. it ain't and it is. It is a heartbreaking film in a beautiful fellner the watching the scene where you bang your head into the jukebox. Because you're trying to woo her and your strange way in the bar it's a. It's a really beautiful and bridges a very young jeff bridges beautiful beautiful acting in that film. Yes thank you one of my favorites too a lot to a lot to recommend an instant. Go ahead go ahead go you. You said You've really learnt. You stretch herself in dying in movies. You've you've died on so many. I wish i had died in the movie died. Stacey in the book you listed your best death scenes again in all in all. Yeah yeah and you were one of the being the new centurions yes yes indeed which reminds me a lot of this wonderful crazy. Little movie called survival skills. Yes it's your yeah just came out and because in those days we we joseph wambo. Who wrote the the novel the book the new centurions that the movie was based on was was a consultant on the movie and he said i a he insisted that erik estrada scott wilson and myself all go to the police academy and do two weeks a police training it was he required and it was a great thing to do. Because you really got a taste of what. It's like to be a cup. You saw some scary stuff. According to the book what did you learn from going to police academy the difference of a real life cop in a movie cop. Not much difference. No i didn't. I was very hard for me to distinguish well. Obviously i mean a real life cup. He deals with the real situation real bullets. Real guns movie copy doesn't but never but aside from that. The thing that impressed me the most was what policemen undergo what they have to go through on a daily basis particularly. They have to investigate a homicide which we had to do one night were and we had to ride in the black and white through watch and i remember the looks of absolute hatred inferior coming from the people who were. What would you know standing around. And we had to go into this apartment in watch. And on a hinge a man whose neck was caught up in this earth floor in the headboard of abed and it was. It was a gruesome experience. And i thought to myself. Wow my respect for policemen. What they have to go through and what they have to deal with and what they have to do is is really admirable. Worthy of respect was a different era than today where the police are the enemies to a lot of people. It's a good film. And how did you find. George c. scott. I mean we've we've heard hundred of these show done three hundred shows that we've heard conflicting.
"stacy keach" Discussed on The Moratorium
"There's kind of an awkward thing to explain why they are because it looks awesome and you know it fits with when. Scott Wilson like slams open those big can doors you know Over and over again me. And I. Love I mean he is really the. He's the main character i. mean you know Kane is the main character, stacy Keach Stacy Keach and Scott Wilson the are the shining moments in this film. And the Trivia here Stacy Keach and Scott Wilson were last minute replacements. Furniture, Ecole, Williamson, and Michael Moriarty. Okay great were originally slated to play the roles, of Colonel, Kane and Captain Cut Shaw while I can't different movie hold if for sure. Do you know who Nicole Williamson is. Yeah. He's in excess three. He's the priests at the very beginning that saves the bird that ends up dying and but he also he's the one that confronts Jason Miller's care. He is Father Morning Yeah, Father Morning Right? He was also Merlin Excalibur. Yeah. Dude his acting in that is. Everyone should watch that movie. That is the coolest movie. Surely, he was in one of the Lord of the rings movies because he is a fucking magician be is like he died in two thousand and eleven but yeah, he probably still could make high six foot two is it Williams San or Williams Williamson Williamson. I get Nicole Williamson and Oh not obi-wan-kenobi Is the other guy the other tall well I mean the guy from the original exorcists Max Von Sydow Yeah Max Fence Up. May He rest in peace? Now he was in spawn though? Yeah. Sure. A lot of people were. He also played little John and Robin Marian. With Sean Connery Audrey. Hepburn. Yeah sure yeah. Anyway, very interesting. It have been a totally different movie. Michael Moriarty playing captain show. I do love. Michael Moriarty but. It's like he's not a great actor. He I think he's just kind of guy you know and then Larry. Cohen. was like I'm GONNA put your fishy face and all of my movie. You're the guy you're the guy I want. But truthfully. Scott Wilson he nails everything in this. He was nominated for Golden Globe for this film he's just such a dramatic stage actor. It feels like maybe it's because of his is really is. He tears up many many times film you can see it. I had to go back and look at pictures of exorcists three with Scott Wilson you know basically smoking in every scene. I watched that not too long ago just like hot box in that cigarette while he's reading off of that little card. I love that seen in the context of the movie like his so creepy that he has like this prepared thing that he's reading I really enjoyed that. Oh Don Gordon is in them. Bubis. That's all I can think about when I hear Don Gordon's name like. So back to nine configuration here, you wanted to talk about the opening scene. Yes. I, mean I think that's just the most shocking imagery. But then I, think like you know when when did two thousand one come out? Two Thousand and know that was we talked about this before it was like nineteen, seventy, sixty, eight, no fee. Hitting me we we did that last time we talked about it. It was like really just so wild that looks like that man that's insane. Always see here is really the the space shuttle liftoff. A giant..
"stacy keach" Discussed on Circle Round
"He just wanted more time to stay up before bed in a moment. We'll meet a greedy man who always wants more more more until in the end he gets way more than he bargained for I'm Rebecca share and welcome to circle round where storytime happens all the time. Today they are story is called an enchanted rush versions of this tale. Come from China. mm-hmm some really great people came together to bring you our adaptation of this tale including Philip Sue and Stacy Keach Philip assu starred in the original Broadway Broadway production of Hamilton and earned a Tony Award nomination. Stacy Keach a veteran of the stage and screen stars in the CBS comedy man with a plan as well L. AS CNBC's of American greed so circle around everyone for the enchanted paintbrush Once upon a time there was a powerful emperor the mighty eighty ruler war the most luxurious clothing eight the most sumptuous food and lived a grand palace with so many rooms floors isn't always his hundreds of guards and servants often got lost so given everything the emperor had you think he was content. Went right satisfied. Nope you see. The emperor was greedy. Very greedy. In fact can you guess what his favorite word was more. I want more more more more. The Emperor Burger was always brainstorming ways to get more riches and more how one day as he lounged on his towering gold thrown in crested Christie with jade and pearls. He had an idea. I know to bring even more money to my coffers. I'll raise taxes Christians. One hundred per cent from here on out taxes will be doubled for every single person in the land. No matter how rich or how poor that meant that every farmer every Fisher every single person in all the land had to give more of their earnings to the whether they could afford to or not so as you can imagine it was a hard time for many people including a young woman named Leeann. Leeann lived on her own in a small village by the sea to support herself each morning morning. She walked along the beach and collected pieces of wood. That had drifted ashore then. She hold the wood to the marketplace to sell firewood Get your firewood here. Liang made just enough money to keep a roof over her head and food in her belly. Of course that roof if was patched together and often leaked and that food was usually nothing more than a small bowl of rice but laying wise content satisfied. Mostly you see for as long as lean could remember. She dreamed of being a painter but she couldn't scrape together the funds to buy a paintbrush of her own so every day while she was on the beach collecting would she would hunt for the straightest skinniest stick she could find and drop it in her knapsack then after work she'd run back to the shore and use her stick to draw pictures in the San Liam Andrew everything animals flowers landscapes and the more she drew the more real. Her pictures began to look at the more seem. Her fellow villagers began to notice. My goodness Liang. It's like that butterfly of yours. Could leap right off the sand and flutter into the air and that dog I su- yeah well. He's about to open his mouth and bark cascading waterfall. Can't you just hear The war and feel the spray. You thank you thank you everyone thank you. One Night Liang stayed up especially late drawing her pictures in the sand the moon was full and it's shimmering glow lit up the empty beach suddenly Liyang heard a voice. Why if I I didn't know better? I'd say that when the sun comes up that rooster you're drawing will start crowing its head off off. Leeann dropped her stick and looked up standing before her was an old woman with flowing. White Hair thank you for the kind words. Ma'am I love making art more than anything else in the world. It makes me feel so wonderful so alive. You know if if I could I'd spend the whole day painting but alas I can't even afford real paintbrush is that so just a cloud passed over the moon and everything went dark when the moon shone light again Liang saw. Aw Her straight skinny stick had vanished in its place was a sparkling silver paint. Brush this Liyang. Gang is an enchanted paintbrush. Anything you paint with it will become real just like that it but he mind words. The brushes power is must be used carefully and wisely doc and own lethal good than another cloud drifted across the moon and the sky went black. The moon reappeared. The old one was gone.
"stacy keach" Discussed on American Greed Podcast
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"stacy keach" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"You know when he he he can box. You know, he's not really great boxer. But he can take a lot of punches. And then still deliver you know, if he can get in there with one good Caparo. He can he can win a fight. But you know, he doesn't really move great. And he doesn't wanna train. He doesn't all these other things. And even with was almo- when he wants to prove a point to her. You know, the the only thing that really speaks to her is when he puts his head through the through the jukebox, you know. Like, I can't earn you. If you all I can do is hurt myself, and to you know, to make a point. And so they're these two folks who've only got one skill that they've learned they have and they just they use it for everything, and they don't get very far. But it's their one one thing they keep going back to I don't know if it was tyrel choice or the who's choice was, but when she's sitting in I think, it's one of the bars. I mean, this is just rife with bars. And she's got that polka dot dress. On reminds me Minnie mouse for whatever reason, and it's undone in the back, it just it's such a nice touch that. She couldn't even either she couldn't do Perron dress or she couldn't find anybody to do it up for her. And that she's just fine with it being open in the back in unzipped. I was like that's such a nice little, touch and just really describes her character. Very well the little detail I loved about that dress. It's that she has this red like broach and it slight pinned like right in the middle of the like, it's not in or broach normally be in it's sort of. But there's like some sort of those weird kind of beauty and kind of complication of almost, you know. I mean, she's she's still trying you know, she's still trying to to look good. And you know, I reflect he's tyrel. She has such a great expressive face. I always thought she looks kinda like a like a one of the women from Tamara Linpac is paintings the painter from the twenties. But she's kind of like a discarded goddess here in. But the the thing about the dress. I thought was released we'd and according to one of the extras on the indicator Blu Ray release a fat city when when her until you're about to walk out the bar together. Like, you see him kinda sweetly like just up the back of her dress. And apparently keeps just did that like on the fly, which all the more reason Stacy Keach. Or Stacy Keach have less hair in what seventy one than he did in eighty one. I mean, I just watched, you know, long writers and butterfly and a couple other Stacy Keach movies recently later, he's got more hair now than he did. But I mean, still got that sort of receding hair. But, you know, did he do anything to to make it look did he get plugs or the do the finished hair for this film? Because it looks a lot more receipted and send out than it did ten years later. I didn't have the balls to ask him..
"stacy keach" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Our story two thousand twelve starring Christian Stolte with Stacy Keach as your narrator. Is that you. Yes me. You were gone so long you. Okay. Yeah. Fine. You look at it a little stress. It's nothing. Of course. There was a moment there where a guy had a Browning automatic rifle pointed at my face locked loaded finger on the trigger but other than that everything's just fine. No, not robbed threatened terrorized screamed at yes. But not rob UK. Should we should we call the police? No. I don't think we want the police besides all they would do is arrest. My brother, Jerry, then I'd have to bail them out and pay for his lawyer. Jerry. Did this not really it was one of his friends her some guy? He knows is Jerry in some kind of trouble. Yeah. Yeah. I think you could say that he's hooked up with some group that thinks the world is going to not again, they built some kind of underground complex in the middle of nowhere in Michigan. You went to Michigan with Jerry. Yeah. He said he had to show me something before we left for London and needed. What did he show you? What happened Brent, Jerry and his friends? He says there scientists they they've constructed enormous underground bunker in the woods. It's got cots food water in enormous drums, crazy pipes all over for ventilation. It was like a labyrinth with tunnels and room after room where people are going to live. I guess is he going through that Y two K thing. Again, isn't that? What this is about kind of only. Now, he says it's all going to happen this year on December twenty I like stuff like running on cable all that stuff about ancient civilizations predicting the end of the world, all I can figure is that. He's so unhappy he wants something to change. And he keeps believing in this stuff. I still think we should get him some professional help. It sounds like he's got it. All these guys. He's hooked up with. He says the really scientists. Of.
"stacy keach" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"I'm sorry. I know guys named Stacy as well. That's not very common but okay Well Stacy. Stacy Keach forever sakes, great. Actor That's true yeah true somebody wants so my credit. Card, that, was a guy named. Any names And nobody questioned it So I'm calling about the guy. A few callers ago you were talking about kids hanging out at the mall and teenager shouldn't be allowed if they're under the age of, sixteen, to the mall unintended and I just wanna make an analogy Would you feel comfortable being punished or being having your rights taken away. Because somebody else did. Something wrong. And I think most of us would say, no as a mother of teenagers who are. Generally good tips, I get very frustrated when they aren't allowed to go places is paying customers because of their age they. Acted very respectfully they don't they don't tip when they go to restaurants they pay for their tickets and movie theaters they're, good kids and I cannot. Tell you how many times they've been turned away to. Be customers because of their age and I think kids need places to hang out and they need things to do because you don't want, kids, being bored that's not a good recipe But can you understand the point, of view from folks like Tussin town center or a white Marsh or hunt valley that they want to be able to keep control of what's going on in their malls and what they witnessed is when you get. A group of forty fifty sixty teens with no adult, there it doesn't matter if thirty, of them are great kids you're about. To have major, problems and that's why they have that policy and I. Look I've been through the same thing, not too long ago my kids routines face the same problems but my feeling was in order to have the mall. There at all because otherwise they'll just shutdown just go away and we've seen that, happen too often at this time I, do, understand your frustration but with the. Malls on this one. Stacey thank you so. Much for call do appreciate Brazilian show talkradio six.
"stacy keach" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Stacy Keach to the vio for Pixar story. Go back there. Stacy Keach from Godley now wants to Stacy Keach mentioned in Pixar story. Yeah, he doesn't have five boroughs. That's a fast actually does make a fist. If you look at the map, somebody pointed that out to me. I didn't realize good are look at how your hide your screen from me. So I lost last week. Okay, great. Even on the page, that's how that's how four thread I am. I am. Textiles get home. All right. Last week on skyscraper at the time, the rods base core was fifty four percent with sixty three reviews interested twenty-seven. Brian fifty one currently the week after its release, the run to over skyscraper has gone down to forty nine percent making Brian the winter. We. Perry on that you would be so close? Very weird, very odd Anderson do is screen. I'm gonna sky skyscraper supposed to be the highest. Highest grossing film of the original action film of the year. That means nothing. It'll especially because it only crack top two of the weekend at the af and the American film market last year. Apparently the biggest movie to the biggest buzz and everyone was talking about it was a Steven Seagal, Mike Tyson movie that none of us have ever heard of, but that was the movie that everyone was pumped excited about and sold for the most. This movie skyscraper, we'll clean up in China though, because it set in China. I think it will clean up trying to regardless. It'd be setting legal, but I mean it's a rock action movie set in the big high rise in China Sea. It's just a formula. That's absolutely what it is. Fifty one Anderson favor. I'm gonna treat you to a wonderful movie. We're gonna flip, Kim, dumb people like good movies, always possible. Skyscraper Brent's can can dumb people like like good movies, like, I understand that that's part of the problem, and I and I much for the same as you know, I don't like feeling snobby around wrestling like, but and I'm not like a genius by any means just a little bit higher than the average perhaps. And that's what makes the fucking filmar go down because people are going. Dirac funny. He's cool. I fucking can't stand it. You know what I mean? But can can people be be learned to like better movies. You say you relate. I am very, what do you want me to watch on favor? Gravis, three, identical, strangers. Enjoy what does the documentary. It was on our Sundays preview. Good. I'm very happier doing this. I, I need to watch. I need to watch this to watch the writer. I need to watch the fucking replacements. All right. That's those through move. Replacements. The writer and three identical will be seen by me for next week. Placements to roll. This week, your gambling on. Let's keep the action train going with equalizer to talk to credit Charan. Know exactly what this is. What do you say to us ever? I gotta go. I'm so late. Who. Sixty four sixty two. All right. All right. Currently, the week before it's released his gore for equalizer to does not have one because as zero review awful. I it's only Tuesday sixty one is my vote. That's true. You're right. Fifty one sixty four. No, six to one interesting. Cross outs. Clearly. Let's hear the notes. Some of Denver should be shamed yourselves. Colorado Springs is. How can that be? It's strange. How can Colorado Springs be beating Denver. Here we are in the ticket sale. How is that. Yeah, I don't have to, but let me read off the listener top fire or listen to the future. Ours. Fanar yet. Here's tents. We still fan. Picture I can see fan are coming up for the real channel. It's gonna be going. Beer, sorry. All right. Well, the real Seattle gets cry. His has real. Right. Our are. Stupid. Featured artists this week include the lion faced boy, Chris Burn's the dead ships bega Nova Kojak and Phil Neal in the walls that hurt Kojak. I go Jack Kojak Kojak front of the show. All right here. Thanks guys. If you want to vote on our top fives or even suggested top-five we love him suggest a Goto the film bolt on Twitter and Facebook. Send us some fan art, you wanna draw. Listen..
"stacy keach" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"John schneider with stacy keach as your narrator did you hear me get out because you've never seen me before now you don't even know your own husband or your beautiful what a time to go psycho on me no look whoever you are i don't want any trouble but if you don't get out of here i am going to call the police easy wilma take a pill or something stay away from me go ahead call the police the fire department call the paramedics tell them to bring an oxygen mask because there's a man here who's dotting of a hangover all mine and i'm not bluffing if you're not off that pedal out of this room by the time i count to five all make the call i swear one to cut it out splitting headache three this isn't funny anymore give me the police hello police going crazy kill me all screaming into the neighbors come all of a sudden i'm a stranger i suppose i didn't buy this kingsize brass band end the lamp end the carpet in the wallpaper to go with it if i didn't who did santa claus here this is what i call a delayed reaction to martinis at midnight and she gets drunk the next morning go back to bed sleep it off you cannot tell me what to do what are you doing if you don't keep your filthy hands out of my things filthy.
"stacy keach" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Number one sometimes a little brain damage can help number two technically speaking the procedure is brain damage number three his brain damage actually washed away his brain those are the three options we're going to let you take i let me get something easy like ben her so sorry with the wind my goal is to you know be karl on this one shell and jade is challenging i read them one more time listen up roger number one from roger no number one and no he won't help you number one sometimes a little brain damage can help number two technically speaking the procedure is brain damage number three his brain damage actually washed away his brain two and three have so many more words i'm choosing number one you got it number one carl number two number two roger this is a jim carey vehicle it's a one two or three roger oh you know what i'm going with number one you do that all right we've got to number one number two let's hear it technically speaking seizure is guys karl got it three three i told you whatever roger says it's not that wait a minute you were so close to one three it's all the same thing you are a winner you have one eight twilight zone it's a four cd set it is hosted by stacy keach contain some of the biggest hollywood stars you will love it it's almost on its way to you right now i can hardly wait i'm so happy to send it to get through from wisconsin man i am the bomb you are lisa k back and you're just never the state is never the same without lisa.
"stacy keach" Discussed on WLOB
"Our story person or persons unknown starring john schneider with stacy keach as your narrator did you hear me get out because you've never seen me before now you don't even know your own husband or your beautiful what a time to go psycho on me now look whoever you are i don't want any trouble but if you don't get out of here i am going to call the police easy wilma take a pill or something stay away from me go ahead call the police gonna fire department call the paramedics tell them to bring an oxygen masks because there's a man here who's dotting of a hangover all mine and i'm not bluffing if you're not off at and out of this room by the time i count to five i'll make the call i swear one to cut it out will you splitting headache three this isn't funny anymore give me the police hello police i'd like to report a guy going crazy are you do kill me all screaming at the neighbors come all of a sudden i'm a stranger i suppose i didn't buy this kingsize brass bed and the lamp end the carpet in the wallpaper to go with it if i didn't here insane this is what i call a delayed reaction to martinis at midnight and she gets drunk the next morning go back to bed sleep it off you cannot tell me what to do what are you doing.
"stacy keach" Discussed on Movie Crush
"You know but it's i finished watching it this morning because a seven computer issues and so it's still resonating with me this characters felt very alive and i and i was reading a little bit about susan tiro i mean what a interesting actors i don't know how the rest of her career was perceived what was thought of her but seemed like she i don't know towards the end things were tragic perhaps for her so something about maybe her legs were amputated and she was in in texas and you know but one thing working with stacy keach which i got to like i said twice and a he's just so interesting and such a powerhouse and as many great stories he was talking about a movie had done with orson welles and how i think orson welles was either drinking between takes or smoking between takes and was playing a judge we'd have to figure out what film it was and then and i think he said his judge robe on fire because he was smoking between takes and i guess he began to i'm on fire i'm on fire so that people to come rushing over and put the fire out i'm not doing the story justice stacey might have said something more interesting than on fire maybe said it very calmly think that might have been what was interesting about the story that sounds like a very orson welles thing to do actually be very calm about it.
"stacy keach" Discussed on Movie Crush
"There was a quality of i i don't know of seeing the whole world in one woman's face but she goes i've never been shamed of the act of love i'm not talking about free love i have no use for that i'm talking about love real love not sex and then just a few moments later like he's sort of picked her up in their walking down the street and she's kind of crying interfaces like this tragic clowns mask i think that's what made me think of juliette messina it's like half smile half tears and then she goes i love you so much you know and they've just more or less kind of just met anyway it's it's it's a tremendous movie yeah and they in the way that they sort of in that barfly sort of way where you know she's i love the motif of the box he's with earl right they're both a couple of drunks earl moves out but he's got his box of shit his clothes in the apartment and stacy keach like you said basically just meets her and you can tell right away that they're going to move in as co dependent alcoholics and that's going to be sort of a wreck of relationship and then before you know it he comes back in his shit is in a box earls there again yeah no and earl is so wise you know like you don't don't come around to anymore but then he's like hey you had a fight and then they almost talk like friends and then almost given you know again this is where it's cinema like where she pops her head out of the doorway in the bed like there she is our last glimpse of like this radiant well i mean radiant sullied star and not like a movie star just like a star in the cosmos and she goes oh look at him look at that bomb or whatever she says then she disappears and then he sort of closes doorsteps out earl does and talks to stacy and goes don't mind her you know and they talk about how she's a juice head and stacey goes i know.
"stacy keach" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Cheers you know who so incredibly fun funny in this he loves his boxers one of the things that comes across more in the book and maybe a little bit in the film is this guy loves his boxers he actually is not a fulltime professional trainer he got a job driving a forklift and he just trains guys at night at the gym or on the weekends is that he's in danger in these people's lives with his own delusions of what they could do you know and you see how jeff bridges is getting battered or you know what's and yet he loves them too though you know like he when he and billy are in the middle of the road when billy's like a hundred dollars you know any of the car you see reuben's love for his fighters yeah they're also optimistic to think that's what i loved about it is i mean to character jeff bridges his his soon to be wife candy clark ruben the trainer stacy keach trying to make a comeback like they're all optimisic for their future as whether or not there drunks or washed up already in this sort of you know working with migrant workers in the field and stockton and you know as as you're you're thinking how these people are going nowhere they've all seen their best days even jeff bridges even though he's barely getting started but they all think that the best lies ahead which is really interesting thing you it's kind of the human condition you know we're home sort of suffering on the daily basis with our anxieties and are so difficult to navigate being a human being and there's very little security in you know we hope we have our husbands and wives and friends but everything so incredibly fragile and so finite but but at the same time lee you know we beat on like the end of the great gatsby.
"stacy keach" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Stuff like at the end of the at the end of the fight when they're in the corridor you know and he's abilities with his trainer and they walk out and then you wait one second you're on the empty hallway and then there comes as opponent lucero who's come up from mexico he's almost dressed like a hitman you know sort of dress to flee even though inside you know he's pissing blood and he's just this guy he came up to make his hundred dollars you know he arrived on a bus until the last shot has him just sort of walking nobly in handsomely down the darkened hallway or like a little touch i noticed when stacy keach sort of begins his romance with susan tyrel at the bar and and her hair's all matted and yet she's sort of beautiful in his scratchy voice you know and and then and the back of her dress is open you know you're just very aware of it and you see her shoulders and then when they leave together just as they leave you know he's zips it up now i don't know if this was an accident of wardrobe or john huston was like as you leave zip it up that something stacy keach did but at the same time it was like a beautiful shot and there was a lot of there was a lot of i thought you know is as much as it felt like real life it wasn't like a documentary there was artful nece and also just the pacing where you you know like you spend thirty seconds to a minute with lucero his opponent like lying on a sort of dreary hotel bed sort of rubbing his stomach waiting to you know for the the fight that night but just what you're talking about like it's all about the people are washed up you know what i mean before they even get going even the jeff bridges character i mean it's incredible cast though stacy keach susan tyrel jeff bridges the guy who played coach.
"stacy keach" Discussed on Movie Crush
"For this or well i watched it yesterday and that was the first time i had seen it so cool yeah i predate you turned me onto this it was it was so great i mean it was just a quintessential nineteen seventies movie in all the best ways in that it was just so real there's no pretension or i mean it doesn't even feel like you're watching a movie really you know it's just about these real people who are all just kind of desperate but also all of them are all all already kind of washed up whether or not stacy keach is this boxer while i was about to say former boxer but he tries to revive his career and gets a little taste of victory but even the man he beats when he come in his comeback fight is seeks to rodriguez in real life is a man who you know we learned before the fight is ailing when he urinate blood so so that victory isn't even super sweet you know it was just kind of a downer and all the right ways but such a beautiful film at the same time yeah i mean like at the end of the fight when you know billy telly stacy keach is one he so punch drunk he says yeah did i get knocked out so it and it was funny watching it again i thought he'd lost the fight you know but then i said oh my god he wins it but it's still like a loss because he only gets a hundred bucks his brains have been scrambled and you know and like you said it's like real life i mean the dialogue is both fantastic and natural you know the things that come out of oma susan tyrrell's mouth you know there's just wisdom and intelligence the human condition i was like writing down some of the lines and but there's also great cinematography in it very subtle.
"stacy keach" Discussed on Movie Crush
"When pewter finch is being chewed out by i think it's ned beatty yeah i don't know if i'm getting that right but anyway i love stacy keach this is the young stacy keach and then susan tyrel it's like i don she may only be on screen like twenty minutes but it's such a vivid twenty minutes and her voice end and she's the this noble drunk and i just love her i mean i probably shows the codependent alanon person in me but i just and i you know so i kind of and the book itself is like james joyce i i don't i i think i'd like to meet leonard gardner he's never written another novel but he went on to work in television but the book fat city is is joy seeing like kind of like dubliners it gets inside the lives of all these characters in this town of stockton california in such a touching intimate beautiful way and we've all together around you know around this boxer played by stacy keach billy tully and i just think it's a fantastic fantastic move in and i wanna ask you question but i was thinking about for me fat city is like something out of james joyce and then those interesting that john huston should end his career i think was is called the the dead which was a yeah the joyce story from dubliners so anyway that's my own little connection that he that he would be drawn to these you know just incredible portrait's of of human beings which i think is you know his filmography reflects but what do you think affect city have you watched it recently or watched it again.