17 Burst results for "Thomas Newman"

"thomas newman" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

09:16 min | 3 weeks ago

"thomas newman" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"D. J. V program. We are doing things that our competitors do not do with the design here trying to be one of a kind. As our consultant Mike Mcd, a says, where the other guys Right? Objected a little bit because I don't want to call Jennifer be carrying J guys. It bothers me when you brought me doesn't bother you. No, really, That's all I say. Hey, guys, have a good time, right, right. Okay, It's generational. It's fine. Oh, wait. Go for the generational self again. Okay, here we are to inspire every number of things. That our guess relevant important when it comes to covert, I thought was kind of cool that once again, the Patriots plane delivered Ah, lot of vaccines down to El Salvador. Why? El Salvador? What? It's the magic of there. You could send a most anything he'd help. Yeah, that'll do it. Yeah, but I got a lot of other countries that do they just picking here in there. They've used that the people that own the part of the craft family owns the Patriots. They've used this this plane to help a lot in various things. You know they've delivered these vaccines graft down to get some. You know, some Handy's and then it also helps with vaccines and masks that the plane gets a lot of use. With that expression comes from. Well, I'm not going to say when it's short for, But, yeah, I mean, you either know or you don't know there's a J involved in that someplace, I think. All right? Um, the governor of Michigan says she's very sorry. For her social distance violation. Gretchen Whitmer, What has she been up and down and sideways? Right with all of this stuff, But I read the story that what she do well, she she has apparently been involved a couple of instances, most recently over the weekend. Where she has been seen violating the mandated social distance and guidelines that she set up. Yes, she had a dinner party. She kind of had a new some light situation where she had a dinner party that broke the land shark bar and grilled out. Yeah, I think that was a different one. Because then she was also at a bar violating her Will she had 12 people? Gathered around tables pushed together, which is in violation of her own health orders. And this isn't the first time remember they she made everybody stay home. They could even go to their vacation homes or anything. They had to be locked in, and that her husband was out on the lake with their boat. Right. Then she told people not to travel and then it was revealed. She went to Florida. I mean, this is not the first big question The rules apply to everybody but me, I'm important. So anyway, she's been a number of right. Just don't know how you can look at what's going on with Cuomo and Newsome and realize you've kind of skated because you're the governor of Michigan. But now if you thought, if your order is six people at a table, which is what the order is in their state, why in the world would you think it's OK to push Tables together and have 12 people sitting there when everybody on the planet has a cell phone to take a picture of you so still don't understand how they I mean. What is it? You think you're above it all above this? That's it. We're better than everybody else. That's That is With Republicans and Democrats. That is, That's their mantra. Now. What's the ruler? Bigger than you were better than you are? Yeah, right. And we still keep electing these morons. Meanwhile, the doctor in Florida who passed away apparently a week or so ago, his name was Thomas Newsome. Hey, Well, he knows last month. I think he died anyway. The story is as so I don't bury the lead. What do you call it? Shoveling the lead Genya on Friday. I go. He's got a shovel for every story. It's just he's Okay, so that I don't top it, you hear very the lead. This is story about Dr Thomas Newman, who died of complications of covert 19. He had over 40 years amassed a baseball card collection. That apparently, according the family has had it evaluated. It's worth $20 million. Wow. Okay, that might be the largest collection I've ever. Whoa! And baseball cards right now is this sports cards right now are selling at such a crazy rate. So now is the time for the family to unload the collection. Original Babe Ruth from 1933. Holly. This is really that's in credit. That's really cool. One. The Babe Ruth card is worth five million bucks on its own. Sure, Rookie card of Babe Ruth. Yeah, yeah, especially in good shape. Good heavens. Was 73 years old when he passed away. Late in the winter time, and I'm looking at some of the other cards that he has here. Wow, This is really cool. I'm not. I've always thought when I was a kid I had had a Ted Williams card. I was that Ted Williams is Pretty much the top of the heap. And I don't know how much of it. I used to collect baseball cards and then my grandfather said Oh, I'll organize them for you in there. Still, it is housing. Yeah, but I'm going to get him back. There you go. An advisory panel for the Centers for Disease Control, investigating several reports of heart inflammation and young adults after they've had Two doses of are in a M. R in a vaccine that would be either Fizer or Madonna. So what's the story here? Heart inflammation. My own card ID is very, very rare Doctor can are cardiologists here could probably talk more about it. It's very rare. And it shows up within four days, which is also kind of after you've had the shot that shot a first shot. You know which I don't know which, um Yeah, I don't know. But that also shows that on guy I don't know what the treatment is, and I don't know if it's law how long it lasts. That's the kind of stuff they're looking into right now. Why it effects? I mean, it's so rare, but why have they had a few cases? Of these kids showing up with this, so I'm not sure. But you know what Covert does that too? So if you think about it, remember the story about a year ago when they had done was, I think there's 100 different college athletes Elite college. Don't you know NC double a athletes who had Cove it and they all had enlarged hearts. Remember that study, So that's what Cove it does. So this might just be temporary because that's how your body Supposed to react to the vaccine? Yeah, I don't know. I started after having it. I started taking a baby aspirin. I still take it because I'm just kind of like in the habit of it now, because so much of that the inflamed hard the blood clots. I mean, all of that stuff there were warned about and I would really told me to do what I kind of just went off the ring. Rials and just did it myself because I was unnerved at the time, but I can see how that makes sense. I mean, if you think that Cove is doing it, then they're trying tol a reaction in your body of Kobe than it's probably pretty possible. It's going to pick up the same stuff. Right? The same symptoms and effects. Yeah. My new book out called Deaths of despair and the future of capitalism. Once again, somebody who doesn't like America. That's so every this anyway, putting down capitalism bad for everybody. Let's have socialism so that everybody could be treated the same. And the people who have a lot of money should have it taken away from them because without money, there is no class and the people who if there's no class, everybody gets treated the same. We won't have problems with Who gets shots who doesn't get shots? Yadda, yadda, yadda yadda. I see books like this and they might want to make me I want to throw up. Frankly, these people are especially because if you look it, Venezuela is the perfect example of the experiment of introducing socialism. I mean, look where they went from being this rich, prosperous. Resource rich country 20 years ago to now having bread lines. I mean, that's There's just so much room for tyranny. It's I don't know. Yeah, it is OK. Don't see that. So we're getting back to the work department here. Incentives have you seen MM gumbo to sneeze so that you guys take over this for a second, where all the incentives are for. Look at the lights. Look up at the lights. A lot of states have have various incentives. Yeah, but they are trying to get people back to work some better than others. You know, Like first of all, I think it's dumped in such spies working for the state, or is it just states the grand encourage people get workers in to go to work and industry? You know if it's the right thing for you, then get the shot, regardless of whether they're going to give you a free doughnut or something like that, right? I mean, it just doesn't seem like it just seems too Don't not sways you then I think you got larger problems in your life, right? That's what kind of don't victorious so subtle that Victoria in Los Angeles to donuts, So that's where you Yeah, about $22 better than one..

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"thomas newman" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:12 min | 3 weeks ago

"thomas newman" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Up to $5 million was insurers He was giving away beer. I think so. E was nervous about that, because I could see some people like alright, I got to fire you Give me a beer. Come back a week later. I'm here from a dirt. I give me a beer, You know, Don't be doing that. Yeah. Yesterday, the PGA Championship. Phil Mickelson became the oldest person to ever win a major golf tournament. Make us in 50 years old, won his second PGA Championship. It was a six career major overall. He also became the first player the history that PGA Tour to win tournaments. 30 years apart, Jesse He was on the phone with his wife afterwards. Oh, and you got the conversation like, Yeah, I just want Yeah. Yeah, All right. Yeah, I'll be all right. I'll see you later on. I'll be home soon. I gotta go. All right? Yeah, I just wonder. Yeah. Okay. I fed the dogs. Yeah, okay. But Dr Thomas Newman and neurologist that sadly lost his life to Cove it in January left something very special for his family. For years he had been collecting baseball cards. His wife, Nancy, We jokingly call them his paper babies. Turns out his collection is worth $20 million, the most expensive one in the batch. A 1933 Babe Ruth card expected to sell for more than $5.2 million. Memory lane auctions. An auction house in Tustin is handling the collection is it goes up for public auction in June? How about that amazing coming up next? A major? Never. Mm hmm. Never before heard announcement. You might think you know what it is. But you're wrong. You might have heard like recorded promo is on the air all morning long. Maybe you're wrong on that. Brian has the big announcement for my wife. And that can change your life right after Harry styles stop summer man, and it's so suck song. One Love summer Feeling so wonderful! Breathe me! Breathe me. I don't know. Fucking never consciously,.

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"thomas newman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:23 min | 8 months ago

"thomas newman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And it was one of the great finale of all time with the flashbacks that they did, and the theme by Thomas Newman. Really, really cool and this guy's done some great TV themes. He actually won an Emmy for this 1 2002 Emmy Award for outstanding main title theme music, and he also won a couple of Grammys. And I'm looking here. Oh, yeah. I'm gonna play another one of his themes that I really love. But first, let me give you that $50 app gift card, John. Thank thank you. Thanks for playing the game, Are you? Ah, driving in the rain right now? Yes, I am. Where are you? I'm on to 90 coming upto route 83. And have you gone through any lakes. No, No, It's not nothing flooded. It's just raining. Okay. All right. Be careful out there. What do you do, John? I have built homes. How's business? Actually right now is very good. It really is. Where do you Where do you Ah build homes. What area? Western Springs. Very nice. Okay, well, I'm glad you've been able to keep busy during the pandemic. Yeah, so far so good. All right, Keep it that way. Hang on. John will get your address. Thanks for listening. Good talking to you. Thank you, Bob. Great Show. Thank you very much. Appreciate that very much. All right. Here is the other theme that I really love from Thomas Newman. It was a show that didn't last long on HBO. And quite frankly, and was an Aaron Sorkin show. So the writing got a little thick, but the opening episode was great. The Jeff Daniels speech was great, and then I kind of lost interest, but I confess to Ah, listening to this theme over and over again. Remember at the newsroom. Maybe it was just need, But this park gave me goose bumps when I see the opening. Yeah, I know. It's great. I don't know if you get goose bumps If you don't see the visual fantastic. There's something about these Aaron Sorkin shows right that you all have in the West Wing had one of these themes, right? They just kind of hitches somewhere like right in the gut. Thomas Neumann, frequent Oscar nominee. His work has been heard everywhere from revenge of the nerds, The Shawshank Redemption, and he also did the theme for a show running out who now Stephen King's inspired Castle Rock. I love this. It actually sounded a little bit like the theme we had on the CBS News magazine at working on.

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"thomas newman" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:52 min | 11 months ago

"thomas newman" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Trophy, right? It's not. It's not going to happen that fast, but there's A. There's a lot of media schools, a lot of film schools around the world, and there are tens of thousands twenty, thirty, thousand, and fifty thousand short films being made Euro, a ton of feature films and not all of them are are going to make it in winning academy. Award. Right. I was I did a podcast. Music thing and it was a Thomas Newman the composer Thomas. Newman. WHO's done a ton of work. He's been nominated sixteen times and never won. While Crazy it's a bunch of actors that have been nominated a lot of times and never won to, but and they say not being nominated as the honor in itself, but still you'd. Be Hit fifteen times. Had, stopped writing acceptance speeches I I guarantee that they two at the. PGA. Just let an old one. So. What came first we were writing with it acting before you know before you became a director producer what when did it start with you? Well. I was always a ham in front of the camera. So I was always the class clown goofball. I was always playing in front of the camera, but I, I found As I got older I was more interested in the in writing and directing software making things being behind the camera, and so I kinda pull myself from the front of the camera to the to the back directing was the thing that interests me the most in some of the early work that I did I actually worked with other people scripts. So I somebody would have spent all the time in crafting a really good script and then I would take it and make a film, and if you have a good script, you have a better chance of making a good film if you have. A crappy scripts making good films that much harder in slowly over time I started transitioning into I'm actually writing my own stuff collaborating or writing my own my own things I mean when you're a director nobody comes June says, Hey, you don't know what you're doing. Here's a million dollars to make a movie right you have to most directors have to find a way to to learn how to be good writers and understand the writing the writing crafts the you know the win covid nineteen hit in the world kind of just shut down I've actually had the the most amazing time because. You can't go anywhere I can't direct, but I can right I've done to feature scripts that for clients have been paid for them. Apple throw a couple of short films as well as a screenwriter. So I, really like the writing process a lot It can be a solitary kind of venture, but it's A. Crate, stories and characters to create that blueprint is is is a lot of fun. I can't wait to get behind the camera again. Obviously, but you know you need the screenplay before you can direct anyway. So I, I'll use this downtime to to right right. But on that note, you've gone from directing making movies to a writing screenplays. But now you're writing a book which then needs to be put into screenplay and and you're right you're. I'm talking about the some of random chance that was a book. When you write that book, Do you have to think well, this is eventually going to be a screenplay kind of writing the book. Play as writing. I actually I did it backwards is very interesting. I actually? did, random chance is. A. Screenplay I wrote the screenplay with with fellow co writer and then I novel is the the the screenplay. Into into a book without now, it's something that is in the public domain has the ability to for anybody to read it. Actually all started with the first film I made was called Pineville Heist. I. Had the Pineville Heist that was trying for years to find money to make it and I had an actor who was in the twilight. Series who is potentially going to be in the movie who asked me tell me about the town of Pineville end. So I wrote him a couple pages of backstory. Not In a screenplay, but it's just back story about the town and I thought this reads like a book. So actually I spent an eight month process of novel is the screenplay thought you know every couple of days I'll take a scene I'll flesh it out I'll add more color to it I'll I'll give more depth than road book that's on Amazon. Same with the summer random chance. So I did it backwards. The interesting thing was I was at the American film market prior to making the Pineville Heist and Rob Reiner was there and he was talking about spinal tap and all these big movies that he had done in all of these budding script writers are trying to thrust take you know, can you read my scripts? Can you read my script and Rob Reiner's like I can't touch it without a lawyer or you know what I mean? I'm worried about getting sued and also. Right. because. It's an unpublished documented. It's just a blueprint for the script. Well, I handed him a copy of the PINEVILLE has booked. In, because you can buy it on Amazon or Barnes and noble or wherever he took. Because he's not going to get sued for a book that's already out. So it was my way of actually getting my material out in a different format. So you spend all this time writing a screenplay but in. A really good story and characters. But what if you thought what about putting it in a different forms? Now big movies obviously big huge movie star wars, movies they will novel is the story and they'll have an Cillari. Products Right. There's the the big Mac with the door failure on the side of it in the. Their products they sell products in book version of the movie is out in very There's not very many independent, short, not independent feature film makers who have a book version of their movie I never heard that before ever. And you mentioned the Star Wars stuff they kind of sell out with serial like. Book Ten dollars off when you buy this box of cereal, you get coupons or whatever it is. so that that's an interesting story that was that your intent to use the book as a way to to handle people like Reiner in another big shots in in Hollywood filmmaking was that the intent of putting it in a book or that was just a byproduct of putting it was an accident. I. Mean the whole thing was an accident I you know I. It took me eight years from the time I started writing the screenplay to actually having done showing to an audience. So what do you do while you're in a holding pattern right? While you're in development hell while you're trying to find money and that could take years to get the money together and so I literally slowly did the process of doing the book in, put it out in it having this kid from twilight attached to it, which eventually he had to drop out because he was. We had another kid in It's sold forty, two thousand copies, and at one point I was on the homepage of Amazon and people were clicking the one hundred clicks and our it was insane. And so it did really did really well the the byproducts again again, all by accident was that the majority of people who supported the movie and funded it, and because it was self funded read the book not screenplay. So there were people who read the book and we're interested in the book because most people don't read screenplays, right actors, producers, directors, cinematographers, they read a screenplay because it's the blueprint for making a movie it doesn't have all the color that a novel has it it it leaves a lot open to the creative. Partners.

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"thomas newman" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

11:10 min | 1 year ago

"thomas newman" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Always explosions and they're kind of in the bunker kind of thing it's like more of a journey toward the action But Black Hawk down did a really good job of the tension and it's kind of like where they're on this mission and then they have to go through this you know in Somalia and then like they're getting attacked and in terms of like the comparison of tension that I I felt throughout the one thousand. Nine hundred seventeen is why. I'm comparing it to Black Hawk down because there was just constant tension throughout the film meter. Know what's going to happen. You don't know if someone's going to die and you know there's a lot more explosions in that one but I think the same feeling God of the uneasiness and not feeling comfortable watching watching it. is why I'm comparing it to nineteen seventeen. Absolutely I totally get that. And as long as we're GONNA site war movies I might as well bring up saving private Ryan Which of course I I think a good comparison mainly because of this is a? There's one small mission in the middle of this big giant war and focusing in on you know just the the personal journey for the characters Which of course is a I think a a much better way to tell a you know a war story because I mean we? We know the big the overall picture. It's great to to focus in on these characters on their stories and what they're going through and That's where you really get some really the interesting movies out of and of course saving private Ryan is incredible version of that. I haven't actually seen it since Since opening weekend back when it first came came out and I think ninety eight I remember correctly but you know it's a great movie. Yeah I love. I've seen it quite a few times but I haven't seen it. I think thinking a few years it might need a rewatch. Yeah so what do you have next. Those were actually all the ones that I had. Okay I have I have two more so I this one's kind of silly but I Have Tom Tom Cruise running supposedly in various movies. Most recently mission mission impossible fall out in the the The rooftop scene but certainly in many other movies over the years George. George McKay is coming for eight. Tom Cruise I know we should cast him as the after after these next to get them in there for the next. The next can start running Tom. So yeah I'm cruiser. Writing is the first of the final two pieces and the last one. I don't normally say documentaries. But Peter Jackson's they shall not grow old from a couple of years ago. I think would would make a great companion piece with this. Just kind of you know we were talking earlier. About how with the the whole one shot thing you know really takes you behind the scenes. You see people just kind of living in that war zone and you know just the kind of mundane stuff. That's happening back there as they're walking through the the base and all that stuff and I think there's not grow did a really incredible job by using all of that actual footage Of showing what you know exactly what life was like back there so someone actually suggested that one to me as well and I need to watch it. I haven't watched it and I'm surprised I haven't so it's definitely going to D- yeah it's definitely GonNa be on my Watchlist pretty soon. Because I need to watch that ZAP. I think yeah I think you'll love it. It's it's really one of the best documentaries I've seen in the last few years and especially as a war Fan Dan war movie Fan. I think you'll really enjoy it So all right. Let's do finish puzzle. We'll get into any closing thoughts. We have on nineteen seventeen We taught Abou- Bladerunner Twenty Forty Nine Birdman the revenue and we were soldiers. Done Kurt Black Hawk Down Saving Private Ryan Brian. Tom Cruise running movies. They shall not grow old and children of men all right. So do you have any other thoughts. It's one thousand nine hundred nineteen I. I'm sure yeah and I think I just WanNa say because they think sometimes especially in the most recent years with social media and everything I think when a film is highlighted for better or worse people will go in with so Stott's into the film and kind of you don't see the movie for what it is you see it for what people are saying. It is and I think that especially with this one because I think people are GonNa be like. Oh another war film like why isn't another war of you know and I really hope that you can go in with an open mind. Forget what people have said. I know it's kind of hard when you're on social media all all day but and I'm guilty of that too but I think just go in with an open mind kind of put yourself in those situations I always enjoy and just enjoy it like as a cinematic experience because like Roger Deakins is a legend like watch his work. You know like the reality versus like the cinema like it's just amazing In kind of really tried to connect with those stories. And if you can't I mean I'm not GonNa you can't be forced to but I think also a With war films. I always go down in the wikipedia hole and try to research more about it and I think that's maybe what Sam Mendes was trying to do because he was it was an ode to his grandfather other and the stories that he told. And you know the the the men that he wouldn't you know he he was fighting and I think we need to remember that In kind of I don't know I think that's just kind of what I take away. I mean some people might just be like. I don't WanNa Watch war film and that's fine but I just hope that people can kind of give it a go in with an open mind because I know when there's the awards hype and stuff you kind of want it swayze away from wanting to watch it because you're like oh it's overrated whatever. Just try to go on with an open mind because it really is an amazing film and I hope it doesn't take away from what they were able to do. Yeah I I agree and I think just to my my last thought on it and it really goes right along with what you're just saying there is With the awards hype and stuff like that. I feel like a lot of people when you you know like we got to the Globes a few weeks ago and I think everybody had a dog in the fight. It's like they either wanted you know once upon a time and they want you know para say or you know they have these movies out there like so said on and then all of a sudden nine hundred seventeen comes in starts cleaning up and so maybe that kind of you know creates a little bit of You you know a little bit of a backlash situation and I. It really shouldn't because you know this is just a a movie. That has a lot of really really talented people putting together something. That's really interesting it hasn't you know hasn't been done quite like this. You know and so it's really something worth check it out. I think yeah I definitely think so too because I love war films and sometimes it can get a little bit Where you see the same kind of thing or they do do it Some people try to take a stab at it and it's not as you know well made but this one really kind of just took it to the next level so I'm excited to see the next generation war films and what they're going to try to do to really put their Salmon just kind of set the bar high at this point in two thousand seventeen so although there filmmakers out there have there You know work cut up. Cut Out for them and how they're going to kind of top this war film but I'm excited as a war John or a fan to Kinda see where it goes now with with With with the entrance of nineteen seventeen in what it was able to achieve one last thought. I can't forget to mention. Thomas Newman score a- as wild as a composer I honestly fell is a little too always present. I feel like I should maybe maybe pulled back a little here and there but other than that. I mean it's so beautiful. The work that he's doing this film like some of his best. Honestly yeah and I think sometimes sometimes when it's really good you don't notice in some ways I don't know if that makes sense because it's just so because I know I've noticed when it's doesn't fit and it's very distracting and you're like what well you know. What are you doing and I think in this one it was just the right moments and I need to watch it again to kind of see If it was a little bit too pressing like you mentioned I can't remember right now l. but I do like it was really good like I think it's GonNa be. It's GonNa be a good one to listen to on its own. I think I think it's going to be a really great score. The album the just throw on and listen to. Yeah I mean I was running yesterday and I put on was the Nike. uh-huh from game of thrones so I love a good film score to to run to kind of mellows me out. Which is I? Guess if you're film venue understanding if you're not you're like you're weird but I prefer listening to soundtracks and music scores than you know other music. I just got done doing that for like a month. Straight while researching my best scores hours of the decade episode and so I was listening to nothing but scores at the gym and some of them were pretty weird while I'm lifting weights and stuff so I think that about does it for one thousand nine hundred seventeen. Have you seen any other movie recently. Like to recommend to our listeners. Even though I'm kind of mixed and I'm actually going to write my review today because I've been sitting on it if you're a fan of bad boys bad boys to do recommend watching bad boys three. I think it was is fun It definitely needed a little bit more finesse which but I think seeing will Smith and talking about the cinematic experience Just movie going. And he was at the heyday in the nineties and two thousands and it was really fun to see him and Martin Lawrence again and their chemistry. They I would believe anything they I do so I think if you just WanNa have a good time In kind of zone out a little bit and just see a cool action film that go watch bad boys three well. I'm probably going to do that later today. So I'm I'm looking forward to it so this was great. Thank you so much for being here when he told people where they you find you and your work on line yes so you can find me at things. Cat loves and not see on twitter and instagram. And then you can find all all our writings and things at shuffle online dot net and you can follow us on twitter and instagram. At Shuffle online awesome. Well thank you so much for being here again and I. I'd love to have you again sometime. Hopefully in a movie that we see within the same month at least I don't have to keep you waiting so long. Yeah yeah definitely. There's a lot coming that I'm excited four so we can definitely find something I think. Beautiful.

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"thomas newman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"thomas newman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Story nineteen seventeen wars the rise of sky walk to for the golden globes Helms and feature animation branch oversees the short film categories okay animated short will talk over this one thing that I am I am excited once again John Williams for the score his probably likely his little final Star Wars score ever for rice of sky Walker you said joker one in that category though for sure as she was really excited it was a young woman who won for that for joker she's nice yeah so that's still could give give her in Iowa I wonder if one of the nominees was Thomas Newman I wonder if that's Randy Newman's any relation to him if it's his son I think they are really okay he's in I love his scores I learned what love ready to begin but Thomas Newman I love his scores if you're just tuning in we're listening alive live I tell ya to the Oscar nominations out of Hollywood east array and John show we're hosting this year back alive right now acting category the nominees for performance by an actor in a supporting role our Tom Hanks in a beautiful day in the neighborhood Anthony Hopkins in the to poke you know in the iris Mann yeah he Brad Pitt in once upon a time in Hollywood I think they're going to go to Joe Pesci you do and we still have more nominee.

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"thomas newman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"thomas newman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Story nineteen seventeen I can do without wars the rises to for the golden globes and feature animation branch oversees the short film categories okay animated short we'll talk over this one thing that I'm I'm excited once again John Williams for the score his probably likely his will final Star Wars score ever for rice of sky Walker you said joker one in that category though for sure as she was really excited it was a young woman who won for that for joker she's nice yeah so that's so could give give her in I I wonder if one of the nominees was Thomas Newman I wonder if that's Randy Newman's any relation to him if it's his son I think they are really okay he's in I love his scores are white love ready to begin but Thomas Newman I love his scores if you're just tuning in we're listening alive live I tell ya to the Oscar nominations out of Hollywood east array and John show we're hosting this year back alive right now acting category the nominees for performance by an actor in a supporting role our Tom Hanks in a beautiful day in the neighborhood Anthony Hopkins in the to poke iris Mann yeah he Brad Pitt in once upon a time in Hollywood I think it's going to go to Joe Pesci you do and we still have more nominees announcements.

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"thomas newman" Discussed on Chosen Family

Chosen Family

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"thomas newman" Discussed on Chosen Family

"Film and you know when it's all completed and you get something like an Academy Award nomination does it actually mean something to you. Did you actually go to the Oscars. I did yeah I went. That was the year that frozen was the big winner and it was. It was pretty thrilling to be honest. Like let it go there. The night that John Travolta mispronounced Dina's name young so but they have these two boxes by the side of the stage So when you're categories to be announced they Move to the nominees over to the box in the laughed and three of the nominees over under the box and the right so and there were six. Lewis is here because remember will and I were both nominated so I guess it was three and three in our box. We're sharing it with Blah here are the nominees for best I original score filming Alexan- display her by William Butler and Owen Pallets Saving Mr Bake spy spy. Thomas Newman the book by John Williams. Gravity by Stephen Price. Everyone knew Stephen was going to win for gravity like Matt scores. It's really fantastic. Stephen so Stephen did win and will and I felt zones as hands on her shoulders and he leaned over and he says so long losers. How do you feel about treating music as as a business? Do you feel like you have to be in service of the consumer. I often talk about the industrialization of one's creative process. And how it's important to do. So if you wish to be a professional national musician you kind of have to let go of and a lot of people. Don't you know you speak to. How many times have I spoken to an artist and pointed out that you know a lyric is is not strong or you know a song should be cut from a record? And they've responded well. This song means a lot to me. This lyric means a lot to me. And I'm like it's not about okay you. You're making music for them. Do you feel that way when you're making your own album that you're not making it for you that you're making it for the people who are listening absolutely. Yeah I mean I am making it to prove something to myself but again I'm a virgo. Criticism is the highest form of love. Really Interesting Theresa. That is is sort of read the stories behind albums. It's always seemed like such a selfish process like the idea of like Alba's confession and like people using it as a kind of diary I I really dislike people Using phrases like confessional or Cathartic to describe songwriting process because I feel it deprives the artist of their agency you know and and historically to these are words that are often times more deployed to describe the work of women and Queer. Where people suggesting that you know? We are so possessed by our need to express her emotions that we aren't capable of creating sustainable sustainable product. Yeah and saleable product and I mean this is just my politics. You could be. Put me in a room with Fiona apple and she'd be like shut the hell up like mine. Music Lake were Tori Amos for example. Because her songs are little girls. You know and I can't relate my songs with these things that I make and I mean I drawn personal experience experience. I do want to elicit emotional response. But ultimately there this is the transaction. Is there a separate thing from you. It's a burger. Made you a Burger and the I just want to end on this. Wow I know dramatic I feel like it ties. Hisen well to what we're just talking about. How do you feel about Christmas albums? is their Christmas album. You actually like I. I I love snowed. In by Hanson Hanson the the brothers. I'm actually not like some sort of twinkie chasing handsome. My case Hey bay still have that kind of got one of them. So what do you like about that record. It's just a really really. It's really joyous and really fun. I listen to it every Christmas but cited to rediscover it. What do you plan to do during the holidays Well every New Year's I have an open house because New Year's Day is the day that you wake up hungover over and there's no food in the house and realize everything is closed so for many years days the day that I've spent the day before cooking food for eighty people so that people can and just come over and hang out sonae their hangovers and drink a black velvet kind of restore themselves back to life. I love that so much. What a great way to start the year well will it kind of came out of? I used to parties on New Year's Eve but then they got the reputation for being where people go to do drugs and CD things other. So I wasn't isn't a participant. Oh so you've rebranded. I rebranded no longer in black magic doing the white magic stuff. Now thank thank you so much for talking to us today to such joy and trim thank you Thomas. It's it's been lovely talking to you absolutely thank you so much. Bye.

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"thomas newman" Discussed on Reel Chat

Reel Chat

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"thomas newman" Discussed on Reel Chat

"They're still remastered and not just this is the raw stuff you saw. In the cinemas. It needs to be remastered to have the road to the latte. Save is fixed without the stuff added but yet needs that cleanup still yeah. I think it's what everyone wants. I mean it goes without saying doesn everyone wants the original versions of the movies. They grew up in the best possible quality. It's pretty simple really yeah something. We've yet to receive yet. Look i agree. I think i think that's definitely what is needed but i'm skeptical because mahat's being torn out and ripped and stumped on so many times that i'm just not sure it's going to happen. Look a living heart a new harp talk that you know that we do get that through school version that has been edited and has brought to today's standard four k. I've done my wife but a definitely would buy those three versions and i'll burn the specialization it but yeah it's an something we haven't touched on. Is that all the youth of today and the ones. That's that sort of grew up special editions. That's all then when they caught. Watch the original version so i think you know re-releasing the originals in a four k. version at the theatrical i think will really help for us to then sell it to the generation now because they don't understand what all the hype is about because all they know is judge agi beings and also stuff like they they don't get and we've talked about this. In the past i think on rogue one that the people who were born in the nineties or in the two thousands actually quite like the pre caused because that's what they don't have the sentimentality that we do to those original movies so certainly for the younger generation they'll be fine whatever it is it's totally just alle generation that back that way yeah definitely and i think people want the choice simple as that they do not care how many to us disney to us. They do listen right. The people want the choice. I don't care how many changes george lucas makes to return the can release twenty-five but as long as we can choose to watch the version asian of the film that we prefer in the best possible quality one day and we've been waiting this long if it happens one day then that's the holy grail for styles fans isn't that the cost to the music guys are good old legend himself john williams who's doing the school for episode. Nine isn't pretty sure he is yes. Billions now nine hundred years yeah. I'm not sure that he was a lot older than george. Lucas was when i met yes definitely so they put him out of retirement for these cycles they did say he composed and conducted the film score ten of the jet with performances by the london symphony orchestra. Did you guys know as well if you look at the orchestration credits in this film. There's a name aim that still fans might recognize a one thomas newman. Did you know that john i know so he was involved in some capacity which is really interesting. Thomas newman did like american beauty eighty and <hes> finding nemo and shawshank redemption was one of his as well yeah we did speak about one.

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"thomas newman" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

10:19 min | 2 years ago

"thomas newman" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"The movie would not have been what it was without on the nature of daylight you know playing up front and it would not be what it was without johan taking the risk he did <hes> when it when it came down to the vocals how he made human voices that the play on the whole film being about language i mean it was definitely both in and it's funny that you mentioned that song because i was just talking with rupert colson olson whose max's engineer <hes> i got a chance to visit with him at air studios in london which is like a mecca been places beautiful and i actually asked rupert robert. How did the strings for on the nature of daylight. 'cause it's so mesmerizing isn't it. You listen to your on in. It's not too shrill. It's not too soft. It's the right amount of everything and he actually. He told me there were multiple. String sections and sessions involved in that. I think they wanted to retract some of them. In differently it does sound like its own one room though the to me that was probably a more perfect placement for that song at the beginning of that film and did it also play the end of the play the role yeah he's i mean that's a huge huge part of the movie yeah big time that's right. That's right okay that's right so that that to me was almost better placement of that that tune than maybe the original intent the bax wrote for and that's that's what's crazy about his music in <hes> and it's different than johansen. This is that can be used in multiple places at multiple times for multiple reasons since more than any other composers weren't can be used like that. He's just got this eternal quality to what he does and he's so humble about it right it it. It's almost like a film composer yeah but he also a composer composer yeah but what he does is inherently visual. I don't meet many people who don't think visual things when they hear his stuff and i went to sleep concert in l. a. last year last july and met about a thousand strangers and then we all went to bed together which sounds sexual. It's not don't don't worry about that but you literally metal these people you meet them. You get caught with your ticket. You bring your own betting outdoors. <hes> started at ten pm downtown l. a. and grand. I think grandpa was the name of the park and it's crazy because you're you're. You're like i would never have met these people at all. Had it not been for max and the risky took took music but now you're collectively experiencing what a lot of uh us make off film music. We make all classical music. We may just call this is what we like listening to and we're gonna park downtown sleeping under a full moon grace davidson soprano voice is echoing throughout buildings of downtown downtown l._a. And i'm like i don't know what this is but it's bringing us all together. It's hitting something at our core and if this is the future of classical music. I have a lot of hope <hes> no that is so well said and it's funny that you say that because i <unk> i told one of my chris spelman who did lost city of z. I said i said well you guys are doing is our modern day. You guys is are the modern day box and beethoven's and i think he really likes class. Communities shot up get outta here. You don't know what he said in a fun way but i'm serious so like i'll give you an example so one of the one of the composers i love. I love this guy is thomas newman. I mean i all guy he's the godfather the godfather and i i mean on the way home today today from the gym and i'll think about our interview. I was just listening to road to perdition. I came out in two thousand and two yup and i i i've worn out so many cds from so many many composers right but like i don't know that music holds up so well and it's not just him there so many talented people i don't mean i think there's so much to be saved while we have talk about newman though because newman who wears the eternal turtleneck and wrangler jeans from walmart and never does interviews and we all wish he would do interviews. We should hit him up. Newman is is actually the one that a lot of people in this town defer to for where they got their inspiration and newman's interesting because he's able to do something to your soul and your mind in your imagination without moving his hands very much so you know classical music as i know at least it's very busy <hes> it's very moody and and it's going to have you here one moment and then you know six bars later is going to have you over here and you're not able to really focus. It's not meant for you to stay in one emotional vein newman. Dan has done the same thing his entire career he has. I think a group of seven or eight guys in girls or whatever that do all the little dulcimer sounds the little windy instruments my friend luke attenzione. Who's an incredible composer. Living in nuremberg told me about this that he has a team of eight people. I think that do all these little auxiliary sounds sounds around him and we all know tom newman by that that <hes> piano sound which i think is a stein wide the and then his little bendy wispy instruments that sounds somehow indian or persian or or south asian but he's the whitest guy in the world and i'm like how did that happen. How how did that type of music decide. I'm going to camp out in this guy's turtleneck wrangler jeans body and i'm gonna just do the same thing and bring a sense. It's a sense of comfort. Isn't it when you watch a movie that tom has scored comforting. You know that you're gonna be well. Taken care of is music and you can relax and it doesn't matter if it's finding dory it. It doesn't matter if it's american beauty which how prophetic was that movie by the way absolutely that's and i hope it doesn't taint the score the power four of the score but my go-to when i'm testing pianos just so you know 'cause i tested for like four years before i bought one was thomas. Newman's american beauty were always voice. It's my go-to. It's where my hand actually naturally fall and i dare say. I even write what i write in the keys that i write because tom newman has been my inspiration operations so he's kind of a lens in filter through which subconsciously i right now that is so well said in your appreciation is pretty clear you know one of the the things that i feel bad for when it comes to composers is so one of his best works is i love the movie. Some people didn't and i feel like when people i don't like a movie. They don't watch shit or they listen to the critics. It almost like there's other people that suffer one of which being the composer's <hes> one of the movie was passengers which has a great score to it. Yeah that's amazing. Yeah the movies hit or miss people. I loved it but people like so if you're like in that way too it's kind of unfair composers too because people justices movie and it's got like a ripple ripple effect to it. I think yeah not much tom's <hes> way of putting his foot in a little bit of electric instrumentation which frankly i don't think worked super well for him because he doesn't need it. You know a lot of composers need the electronic thing to fall back on like for me. I start with ana spirit is probably my favorite plug in all the time. I've been using it since the day. It came out. I was like the third customer to buy it for something. <hes> it's made me a living. It's like my go-to. <hes> <hes> <hes> and tom in passengers was blending a lot of honest sphere and digital sounds with the organic and acoustic and i would almost say i guarantee you the temp music for passengers with stephen prices score for for gravity and a few other things like that because i could tell tom was put into a place that was stretching him and i would like to hear more of that frankly but i i just don't even think he needed it for that score. I think you just let tom tom and he's one of the few guys that you can just let the same things dimmer zimmer get space to stretch his legs and take time to do his own thing. <hes> i know a lot of people have opinions on hans zimmer is is workflow and the people that worked for him and whatnot but when he has space to do what he wants especially older scores than red line gladiator <hes> behind rangoon which gets no no press in no but but he barney's gamble on instruments that were in bizarre tuning when he gets space to do what he wants to do like tom leg james newton howard can do call good call master of melody master of melody man and people. It's crazy dude younger composers when when i talk doc to them when we all get together we can sometimes find ourselves critiquing these guys but the truth is what makes them good is when they do one thing well right now when they're this adaptive chameleon that can do ninety things but when they can do one thing well and live in that lane and deepen it <hes> then you know. I'm not trying to make a thing about this. But what if i go back to wine when when i open a bottle of wine i don't really wanna pay a whole lot for it but i want it to be itself. I want it to do one thing really well and i don't need it to transform every time i take a sip and be something different i just needed to be good and try to know where it came from and whose it is and what its purposes and when composers have eighty years to deepen their sound like john williams has done like many other composers done and they hit their streak like right before they die dag gives me hope because it lets me know i'm thirty three. Lets me know i don't have to know right now. You know i'm kind of in an identity crisis in my own writing right now to be honest with you in my own professional and creative life and it's kind of nice to know that <hes> as long as i can here <hes> i think there will be space to figure this out. You know who am i. What do i uniquely bring to the film music world war one bit of arrogance here. I'm going to tell you i had a writer. Come on my show who raved about the movie. I saw that he wrote and he ended up winning. A golden globe anyone an academy award after being on my show and that was green book nick faldo l. longer so i'm tom ray now my friend i loved. I loved green book man. My wife and i watched it. I was in tears at the end of it. You have been a fan blessed by the monday morning. Critic critic and i know i know totally got big things around the corner for you so i'm confident that oh man you know what i tell you if anything ever happens <hes> <hes> with me and and a career in this business. It's gonna be because of the team that i'm around..

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"thomas newman" Discussed on Answer Me This!

Answer Me This!

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"thomas newman" Discussed on Answer Me This!

"Tone for question from Jacob from Liverpool who says, I am well into a second contract with a well known entertainment cruise line company. We are currently charting our way around the Alaskan fjords. Beautiful. I would like to go somewhere. I let's go don't. If I'd like to go on a cruise ship though as such, like, obviously, you have to do about trip to see the fjords identified three weeks at sees them. I think you can do a week. Let's do a week to what more can I say, says Jacob. The air is so fresh. The landscape views are breathtaking. I bet with the Aaron Copland and Thomas Newman themes. They pump around guest areas. It's an ideal situation for all the senses. Okay. I didn't know. I guess it makes sense that particularly sort of big corporate owned cruise lines would do that just to really manipulate every part of the experience on board probably to cover up some engine noise and air conditioning noise. I suppose the real concern would be if they played, my heart will go on. That's when you. Anyway, check him continues. I am. The ships only onboard calls. Matola gist is that Jacob takes care of the performance wigs and makeup. Okay. So he's a costume technician basically calls Matala gist on listeners of treaty. Fascinating jobs only mornings include he says, washing scenting, aggressing out, and then maintaining the wigs for the shows characters as well as dressing are numerous shows and characters in of costumes in the evening, and then helping with the laundry at the end of the seemingly never ending day that must suck like midnight and you've got a load of sweaty performance close to deal with. Yes and no. I mean, I've actually, I've just interviewed someone funnily enough is gonna come out a couple of weeks time on the modern man. I just interviewed a guy. Could Andy actually, he listens to this. So, hey, Andy, who for a period worked for Disney cruises. So I'm gonna put an episode cruising with Mickey every just did it for the title, and he talks about how when you're on a ship, even though it seems ridiculous that you're working that many hours a day is your whole life.

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"thomas newman" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"thomas newman" Discussed on Movie Crush

"I don't think that's his forte. I think he's now sticking to this casino royale type stuff. Yeah, agreed. So the song I actually like a lot, I mean he to their sort of, I think we're in an era now with music where I don't know if we're going to get any more like I contact bond songs, but when I was listening to that, I was a big Soundgarden fan, so I can't this actually pretty good song. Yeah, Chris, what was a comb? You knew my name. Yeah. Yeah, it's good song. I love it. A lot of people have problems with that. I don't. I think it's perfect for this movie, the lyric passage alone. You know, my name, it doesn't matter who I am. You know who I am. Yeah. And that became the score? Yes. Throughout the film, which is my favorite thing in a bond movie when yeti composer has something to do with the team song, those are woven together and it's something that they've given up in the in the haven't done it in quite a while until this film. And then David Arnold composed the first. To Craig's, and then it's been Thomas. Newman. Thomas Newman, and he doesn't really do it. He got a little sky fall in there, but because those human Randy Newman. Everywhere I go. That's not even his. I'm with you. So then you know the other thing you have great black and white sequence right out of the gate, and then you know, bond films are known for their first big action sequence. Yeah. And this one, the park were chase is bonkers. It's it's the best action sequence in my my eyes ever. I agree, man, it's bananas because they don't think I realized until they saw it. Again. They start on the ground and. Eventually scale all the way up to the top of this construction site all the way back down for no other reason than to like, all right, here's what we gotta do. Every time I watched this. I'm blown away by new things. First of all, the direction is not at all flashy, but it is so crisp and cleaning. You always know exactly where you are, and somehow this thing that is pure action entertainment also manages to fully develop his character within the space of going up Bill down when when the par core guy is all elegantly leapfrogging through little holes bursting through drywall the his brutalizing. He knows he can't. He sees from the that very, very beginning with that very first fence jump. He knows he's outmatch. Yeah, athletically, by this guy. Yeah, by this this you know and I think this was the first time maybe I'd seen Parkwood like that. Yeah, me too. And I was just like, holy shit. What do the mazing he's like a gazelle and that's usually something that's reserved for the hero to be the the specialist. Yeah, and it's rare that you're hero is the like he says himself, his blunt instrument. You know, he like great line. Don't think don't look back. Just keep moving in. It's the same thing whenever he has keys our cell phones just tosses them, he doesn't look back. He's he's a psychopath in this movie is and it's such an interesting take on that was so refreshing. And that was another moment where like and it was actually the moment that crystallized for me in theaters when they're on top of the crane which the stunt work on that is mine and it's all real and the bomber Malaka. Yeah, throw tries to shoot him. He's out of bullets, throws the gun out of anything catches it so bad as and then I got him. Yeah, he he back. There's something I learned recently that they had in that little seen that they cut, which was brilliant. And now I can't remember what it was. Damn. Oh, well, the the other thing too, that which is very early in this movie in that chase scene where you see bond just in that one little shot, shake it off where he falls,.

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"thomas newman" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"thomas newman" Discussed on Bad Science

"So super safa geel love the figures gangland i think he's just meaning an appendage for that because i don't know what fish he was talking about that would have the super soft geel kingland said jimmy but i don't know what so i didn't see you what his appendage actually was but yeah so it would be sort of of the office i was my guess was like skin like because he says keep your super softly geel glenn glenn yourself i thought it was that thing like when you're on a boss like keep your hands keep her hands in from it was like that keepers ganglion in lieu jimmy like so he has some penn but term self so i feel like he's going to be harassing the fish right so whatever he's doing is he's sticking on something i mean i don't know if it was supposed to be an octopus god because i mean with little girl so i don't think jimmy but octopus who's the little pink puff totally forgot his own lift one out they left the hale's own right named for haiti's which is the deepest part of the ocean but he says like the other zones i mean he says owns plural i think but he says we don't we can't part yeah they wouldn't go into the bills either that was so none of those fish should be going to any of those owns except for basically the playtex own at pelagic zone yes that's where the upper part that you would swimmin got epi and close to the surface coral reefs korea shallow water and the reason is they do photosynthesis just like a plant trait so for their animals and they have little symbiotic bacteria that's doing all the all the work making the food and so they have to have light and so most of those he's talking about don't have light okay very cool so i have a question about those deep sea fish in a second but i wanna play a game what a cliffhanger key people tease you know i don't even know if that's on purpose or not so thomas newman did the music for this movie and he's one of my favorite composers he's absolutely brilliant and i didn't realize that he was doing the music until a moment in the film towards the end where something sparked up and i was like this frigging thomas newman over here this is fantastic so i wanna play that moment i go ahead.

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"thomas newman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"thomas newman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Corigliano added an oscar to his immense shelf of awards for that one naturally he traveled from the upper westside to hollywood for the ceremony nearly twenty years i watched the little clip of you accepting her oscar seemed as if you didn't necessarily expected i short didn't i had no idea that was going to happen here on the nominees for best it was two thousand and the film american beauty had come out in the past year and everyone was certain the music oscar would go to thomas newman for that score and i thought well let him give the oscar logistical is a party afterwards seal the famous people and the oscar grows three and then they called my name john greely honor so he did would after his duty thanks so much got up to speak in arm from another world of classical music and when i write my symphonies and making sure does it's a very lonely profession and he went on to say that when you write a film and it's a lot less lonely is how communal it is and he's going along with his speech and then this neon sign came on say in two words almost was blue and one was red get off let's get onslaught off and this really extorted and i should have new i had to make my exit coral yano oscarwinning and pulitzer prizewinning composer was surrounded in his youth by people living the classical music life his father john curley on a senior was the concert master the first violinist of the new york philharmonic his mother rose buzen was a pianist and teacher but there were other circumstances to i actually got interested in composing from the l p record he was twelve years old and 1950 just one longplaying record scott going i had a huge clips corner cabinet with a fifteen inch wolfer and i was so thrilled to get this orchestral sound in my house and one of the wreckage was billy the kid.

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"thomas newman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:46 min | 4 years ago

"thomas newman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Tonight between new orleans and minnesota vikings were eight late last year saints were seven and nine neither made the playoffs number minnesota warm the nfc north in two thousand fifteen suffered an excruciating laws in the playoffs finish that year at a london and five new orleans faces a third of the four now operating life from left live with skirmishes the fully what what steps would brief washed up a breeze roles under pressure nobody home little right michael thomas the intended receiver at a lake flag as clapping his hands same really late flag he was held coming out of his break officials really didn't see it at first raised trying to get it out in front of a and looks like it's going to be a fairly on terrace newman newman is the oldest corner in the nfl at thirty nine a second oldest defensive player behind james harrison whose four months older from the steelers this is a long check for the officiating crew newman born september fourth 1978 it was a good good year there was no foul deeper hole apparently this is a good day for terrence newman well penalty that's why they officials got together and they had the question how white flag what that would be an indication to me that perhaps they got it wrong and now they've got it right all that's what happened he got pushed down by thomas newman was a little late we're covering as they snapped the football he didn't expect it to happen that quickly and the saints will put more stead longtime corner probowl or in two thousand twelve standing at his own eighteen yard line was snapped from would sheryl's the return met high point sheryl's goes back backpeddling today can you tell to move down the sideline at he gets shove thereby fangio those sheryl's work in the outside out around the twenty five fifty seven yard caught at a fouryard return four sheryl's chester way here in the second quarter vikings of the seats tied at three apiece well we talked about all the changes that minnesota made on that offense of line mike remmer is now the right tackle birger is white guarding was distorting center new center and pat elf wine and nick easton riley reform that left side so far so good for the vikings in protecting sam rhetoric he guys macy's has the hottest active wear collection around whether you're climbing mountains for climbing stairs you'll find a cure you need lots more.

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"thomas newman" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

The Cracked Podcast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"thomas newman" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

"Elements of his or at least rationing them that would then the song melody would reappear in the film and it would all be connected nowadays it's like we gotta get in artists we gotta get a composer and they rarely young there'll be a couple of will ordesa curated playlist of great song like garden state or suicide squad at at influence being on the themes make total sense to me because like one adult at the sky fall one and it felt like a throwback to me and really go away was like oh all right is because it has all those sweeping things yes we do in movies anymore and that was one that i think they finish late and thomas newman had already done the score 'cause i actually somehow got an advance copy of the soundtrack and there was no no sky fall theme song in there at all and then we'll see the movie when he's going into the casino they we've that theme in so he must have gone back in and put a little bit of that in what yeah details at its actor and case people are wondering what thomas newman sounds like me joe black american beauty the green mile erin brockovitch pay a forward six feet under finding meemaw all those themes yeah i wish him well but i don't know the themes to any of these seen i wish you well talbieh fly really like i would call them plinking they're hard to describe it sound but he has a production is beautiful he has a specific sound than i like it a lot i really like thomas now unbia i will admit it's certainly not as catchy has like year bond fame thank you so much here me on the show i love this i will talk this nerdy shit with you can hear us yeah yeah well uh speaking of james bond uh have a podcast called james bonding that has been lying dormant for a long time but we are bringing it back for a year by weak.

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"thomas newman" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

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01:54 min | 4 years ago

"thomas newman" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast

"I do miss iding dan hitler murdering the guy that was doing the daniel craig films david arnold was doing that in fact john barry suggested he should follow him and he was very melodic but when sam mendez came along he brought thomas newman within way otherwise like but his bond films are very typical of today and i i don't know whether or not he he did a six feet under theme right is that thomas name i dunno because this other stuff is really melodic he also did road to perdition which is just beyond i think the thing if he does a lot of things that sound like quirky like rethinking now kinda the to the some of the abri rarely full tear in but i miss just having sweeping lush emotional scores in even like gritty action movies in i wonder when we come back because when you email that like oh john berry might be one and i look them up at he won five oscars for not body ya regarding dr prolific and he won two of them for born free the score and then the song born free he won for out of africa mary queen of scots in the line and winter so he's worked like all the time on a whole period a movie on top of doing all the famous james i threat he disguises with wolves in the black hole that dino that black holding that really repetitious blackwell name it so what hits ironic it's almost like a protons if he had i think of it but it's still way more memorable hunziger's are always just kinda like one or two knows going to in in effective man theme remind me a hans zimmer thing though its effective you'd never to listen to you on its own but as carplay works i do miss bold choices like the bond theme is so strongly melodic it's like listen to me i must song gray with the artists who would do the titlesong so these pop songs would have.

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