17 Burst results for "Timothy Spall"
"timothy spall" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Wants to possess. All right. Would you think? Well, this is a still from New Zealand, and some people will compare it to twilight because it's based on a young adult novel, and it has super natural elements to it. But it's really better than that. Because the makers takes a material seriously and a endow it with a real style, that's quite a provocative and some people will find it too easy to hallucinatory. But I rather enjoyed it. It's about a young girl who has to save her brother, her young brother from a demon really who is sucking the life force out of the boy in order to remain immortal, and in order to do that she has to fulfill her destiny to change over to being a full fledged. Which which she does with the help of a coven in Christ Church, the New Zealand city where all this happens. The movie from the perspective of the teen story is pretty ordinary. What sets it apart is the fellow who plays. The demon. Timothy Spall is his name you'd recognize him. If you you you saw a very very unique looking British actor, and although there aren't a lot of special effects in this modestly budgeted movie, he is a special affecting himself. He's is so of a telling in terms of his facial gestures in terms of its use of his voice that he's really sinister and menacing, and he sells the movie this is a movie that's worth seeing just to to see Timothy Spall be the kind of really smarmy seductive person. He can be so on those grounds alone. I would recommend this movie. But it's it's only playing at one theater at the movie grill up on spring valley road. So you have to go out of your way, perhaps to see it. But it's worth trying to catch it. You can't. All right. So far, we're two for two at sounds like a positive week. Let's see if we'll maintain that with the next film, which is based in Texas, the iron or shirt. Respect..
"timothy spall" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Gillian jacobs folks visa comes out on net flicks friday may twenty fifth it's really fun really good time movie we like to wrap up every bull's eye episode with culture recommendation from me we call it the outshot in mr turner timothy spall plays the lead the legendary painter j m w turner and he says a lot of things but none of the things he says are more expressive than this and this and this in making mr turner mike lee the director and spall faced a great challenge how do you convey the brilliance of a painter in a narrative medium it's hard enough to make a by graphical film about a musician but i'd much rather watch somebody play guitar than paint do you watch the paint smear around point the camera at the wall and wait space an impossible task but it's one that these great artists were up to my goodness oh i have quite overweight would you wish you jewish oh my visa breath taking they know my dear late father would have much appreciated the one thing there's this many of lee's films are shot very plainly they're realistic there developed through months of improvisation and they don't really highlight stylish camera work it's a way of looking in on everyday lives mr turner lets us look in on a life here too but it's a visual life and the camera reflects turner's great gift the manipulation of light the sky the streets the see all come alive just like turner's paintings their luminous but then in contrast there spall as turner he's not luminous at all these squat and scowling not ugly exactly but almost painfully unglamorous the opposite of his work he's like one of those knotty pine trees that grows on an ocean side cliff gnarled and tough.
"timothy spall" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"And it wasn't at vocal to or you know it's not necessarily just putting on a pair of glasses or you know yeah and yet on the flip side i also i really like and really respond to actors who strip away every external thing they're not trying to look different they're not trying to sound different near tried to distill whatever it is they're doing into a few moments that are universally empathetic were uh relatable and uh when all of that artifice has stripped away and it's none of that that that is probably my very so it's a good example of that serb moments pops mind i was actually we were talking earlier roles with a tale um there's there's something to me that it won't uh credibly moving about timothy spall performance in secret demise and that is not you know even though he doesn't really like it's like speak like that or anything there that he doesn't do much right and i remember seeing that movie in the theater and i was thinking i he's such a great actor but he's kind of looks like he's coasting through this movies not doing he's not doing much of anything ripe and you have somebody who's also incredible new movie brenda blethyn who was getting a lot of the press about in her but there is a moment nearing the end of the film where timothy spall is standing amongst these women that he has that he loves he says stop at stop at stop at stop and he loses loses it is says at the three women i love the most of my life can't stand each other and i can't take it anymore and all of this stuff that he just been sitting on for the whole movie comes out and i found it to be the most moving memorable and resonant performance i think that i mean of all time from that for me that's how the effect and it was an incredible lesson and i thought here's a guy that trusts what he's doing and there's no bells and whistles none nothing.
"timothy spall" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"Right i felt bad for the other girl he's definitely banging her two the other girl was like she gave leaning over there she give look of like that's right these among friends know make out girl i thought gave the look nar the other go get a look which is really proud is that what the rocks at signs about she got the look here soviet whatever i don't even know what we're talking weird talking about the party i'm going to say so timothy spall kristin scott thomas when's the last time i saw her adam i love her patricia clarkson who i love bruno ganz is the guy who played hitler that was talking about not in this and then cherry jones she plays emily mortimer his wife and emily motorman who a tool in cillian murphy has great he ah just very very predictable film so that did you see the blood of the film was begins with kristin scott thomas his character she's preparing to have people over for dinner in her very upperclass english not not upper just upper middleclass family and she has won the she's become shadow minister which is in america health there's something here i guess you could call it like the secretary secretary of health they guy and so she's getting a bunch of phone calls from people congratulating her have friends a slowly arriving and by the way the most imperia eating part of the movie to me was that fuck cell phone ring when she ever got a text message it didn't sound like anything you've ever here before i wanted to ram this pen into my eardrums yeah it was so this because she that the thing is she got a lot of text during the first twenty minutes of the film because it it just been announced in the press that she'd become this health secretary and have friends becoming ever to celebrate all my nets her cell phone right there and it's so that the ringtone a sort of a big deal only the ring was something like this it was like.
"timothy spall" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"We just came back from seeing a movie that i walked out off in left me to get a massage i lift you and got myself a massage there added like a better deal way you just described it fair yeah you've left me alone and get him i didn't leave you line because richer was with you he was so the three of us went to see a move the whole body are you banned in your husband and a good friend while he is by the way the movies oli like an hour and eleven i had every intention like anthony hits in the trailer for this film ages ago it's black and white trailer you can check it out school the party stars emily motema yet it it it is your clients in who i love cillian murphy cillian murphy timothy spall it's incredible that guy who played a hitler in that german movie that they downfall or whatever the that big name on the internet where he's always like pounding is like what do you mean this soul yeah yeah mcnugget hugh jackman overeen anymore like right right but anyway an incredible cost and the try little truly interesting look black and white coup indy movie uh just about a i guess a dinner party so it's called the party by and we'll talk about politics own party which it would have been fine but after honestly twenty minutes in there uh i mean there's just griffin the toughest of what we were it was not a great cinema experience let's be honest about this i don't know what the people behind this doing.
"timothy spall" Discussed on WTVN
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"timothy spall" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"Great so that just tells you the power of that movie continues almost to your later so so i would i would definitely courage if you have kids and so many love soccer full this is this is the stop actions yes wallace and gromit is and by the way great voice cast eddie red main tom hit allston maisy williams timothy spall so it's just it's a lot lot of voice to show up on ads in the super bowl i don't think they did this year seems to me yeah didn't see at the show did not see it go and see that it's fun neat okay here's a quick plug you can follow an hornets reviews at washington post dot com send us your thoughts on email to at the movies twenty two g mail this podcast comes to you from chatter the all american restaurant located wisconsin and jennifer in northwest washington dc chatter visit our newly remodeled men's room soon to be wrong now here's mark on the virtues of big boss sauce yes we love big boss sauce steve is in the crew out there in wisconsin they're great all kinds of of great sauces the big bosses the original barbecue the bull barbecue buffalo wild sauce teriyaki jamaican jerk fire sauce brought sauce from wisconsin every week if you're anywhere near wisconsin you gotta have and you've gotta have brought sauce i got the wild sauce at home i am very much enjoying your close brushing your teeth with action.
"timothy spall" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A hard time describing my favorite episode in the shizhen is one of the stairs timothy spall who if you're a fan of harry potter movie age by those peter pettigrew um but he basically plays a train station attendant you're a woman approaches and ask them to go to a station but as far as he note doesn't exist any starts to explore it in the entire time you're audrey what is this is this a ghost story is it's something about technology is it something else and without spoiling you don't quite get those answers but it's a very beautiful ride as you go now that reminds me there was a toilet episode called next stop will be which is uh lorry is is it like that aid if there is a shows if it's more similar to it's definitely the twilight zone longer episodes for our long epa search um and one thing to you i think you'll find interesting because philip k dick stories been around for so long they've been copied so much through the twilight zone and other shares so when you're watching the epa says the stories are to feel a little severely are set digest aka habit i've watched this before yeah but i promise you they're all view i forgive me for not knowing who philip k dick is i'm sorry up blade runners is right isn't it mm all right yeah and you do android stream of electric sheep and a lot of short stories he's he's probably not as well known as like isaac azimov rather writers of that ilk but um he's as influence all all right and i ask fell off the air bills the former standup comic and there's uh uh stand up comic than i've been watching and i'm just scratching my head and i don't know if i absolutely adore this show or if that weird me out maria bamford as their name and you've heard of her bill i never heard of verses so funny she does voices cartoon voices for can't dog and there's a big one adventure time sees a princess on adventure time there's this show lady dynamite and it is so out there but what i love about it and i believe this is true to form his maria bamford suffers from bipolar disorder and she goes on to talk about it and and and.
"timothy spall" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"Veteran late lilley james selfe two is have role is kind of distressed onlooker for most of mexican film and uh and that curve develops into like old onlooker by the end it feels so token if he took that roll out the film why film would be i that the executive saying i feel that she space to be asked isn't she usbased of economic his wish to face the people coming into their especially a younger generation he deigned wide say dareen are touch up these do not permanent in tv in film recently like john lewis came in the crown he made him really great jobs to be honest i am kristin scott thomas didn't have that much to do other than you know busted in straightness tie in give him a bit of a kick at the bottom and then leave feeling fingers ist tease was watching the film thank you our wishes have been about the her car he added in ah how interesting will have been to have that story refracted through the view and her could have feelings it is fascinating to see how many films can be made pretty much out of the same little span of time this is so the king speech as well as the every done with the flip side you have been mandelson in this house as the king playing the role the colin firth won an oscar for and then you have gary oldman taking the reins of three of timothy spall had a cringeworthy cameo in king speeches churchill as just feels like we're in this new era of british prestige similarites we can laugh a little bit of the the borish officiant a so the trappings of the great men in our history but also that needs to be the third act where they come through and inspire the people and this is why one of my most anticipated films of this year.
"timothy spall" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Oh you mean really don't know where he was wrecked okay almazy you know the guy goes behind the window here that's val kilmer i need to know under a gosh i think it was princess let but it would see anywhere yet so it was it was a film which lost lost my attention and that i think is a real shame because we needed more thriller a murder mystery something dealing with you know dark subject matter something dealing with a freezing environment and all the rest of it with content what you want is something which plays like an an icicle to the heart and this just felt like a melting pops icl and the are that wasn't the best analogy been with the arrest that came to mind at the time and ian hopkins or possibly and the help and into his and when on now man that hemel hempstead refurbish cinema on a big screen backdrop breathtaking plot very confusing and jumpy not as good as the trail is made out in the post as look fantastic in of and it does look beautiful we'll yes he does but you know and yet and i mean as i've said a million times heaven's gate looks beautiful yeah not a good film so it says it and giving the constituent parts yeah i think this is going to be it's a classic case of the some of the the whole is less than the sum of the parts and asked the semi which is at this week it's 19 minutes past three what else is neuralises are the party which is this a strippeddown tragicomedy falls by sally potter kristin scott thomas his janet who's just become made a shadow minutes of health for an unnamed opposition party she's preparing nivelles in the kitchen walls fielding congratulates refund calls me while timothy spall who is her morose academic husband he's sitting in the living room nursing a glass of wine and listening to arm a man on the stereo looking as emasculated as it is possible to look a series of guests turn up all of whom all theoretically coming to to praise and to you know and and to be happy about this appointment we get patricia clarkson's acid tongue.
"timothy spall" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Garden and it to remark over the filmmaking and it's very intense but berisha's i'm an hour and ten minutes so details on that film the stories i feel like a play it didn't because he sexually on my sally parts that he might was orlando and it's very cinematic some great opportunity spoil whose coat to make two announcements that change everything in the film allow and he's very still and killian murphy turns up about this handgrenade schuman hangglider that with a handgun but it's all very hempstead eelam the need ashby and it's called the party because it's the political party and the celebrates we party that goes terribly wrong it's which i really finally gray's timothy spall he looks shovel in it because he's playing somebody who's got from he announced it in the film of given away now but and the closure on these pressures october leash map so when amid pompton should we did the into yesterday before outage place that'll be she made him up with an summit should to mike in store motley the film we said well catching yeah but that's not least because we've grown up now very bad language we will we've got not one but two great seventy children's film in time for home tuned coming out with a lego named jagan movie but now a big screen version i call white that raynham briggs ellie jones classic santa claus in both the return of the slow man honestly i found this heartbreaking partly because i was the first time with my son j you learn that the polish james within referred to only scarf he gets request mrs his james and they turned into big moving a hopefully this is pop unemotional acclimatization or anything new version of the sun amanpour i'm going to have to break your heart yet again that you got the rogue add to this that good this one i mean he would have thought this time and could be scary and all right this isn't a remake of the raymond breaks then no unfortunately no this is not scary aversion this is based on the joe next by serial killer book i think i think he'll definitely blocking up the right now yeah i don't want to think of blood guts and entrails bleeding into the.
"timothy spall" Discussed on KOMO
"Is pulling back on auto loans that's because car sales are down summer worried though that could mean job cuts at the back a new poll has found that a fifth of young people who watch streaming video services like netflixing a hulu actually log in using someone else's password so they don't have to pay and the television academy announces prime time emmy nominations later today words though will be handed out it's of timber all right thank you tom it is 25 past address a time and chuck rich good morning to you good morning evan if you have a chance to see the journey it isn't playing in many theaters but it is worth finding see it the journey not exactly a title that grabs you is about an attempt to end the troubles a title which will mean a lot to you depending on where you come from and how old you are the troubles refers to the decades of deadly conflict between catholics and protestants in northern ireland he and paisley representing the catholics and martin mcguinness representing the protestants meet to try to solve this problem there's going to be a lot of bickering is going to be a lot of argue wing and when they agreed to meet in scotland things take a different direction literally i won't tell you too many details one thing that you do noticed relatively early in the film is that they're being monitored and they don't know it these two men are in the same vehicle talking arguing sometimes not speaking at all and how it works south is just an excellent film as martin mcguinness you have me a familiar face from various tv shows and movies and timothy spall place in paisley timothy spall probably best known for playing grouch is but again you'll like him the actor at least in the movie the film is called the journey and you'll see why in theaters somewhere find it lease it gets an a somewhere okay good direction thank you chuck rich this is i like it's twenty six past the hour.
"timothy spall" Discussed on KELO
"Bank is pulling back on auto loans that's because car sales are down some are worried though that could mean job cuts at the bank anew fall was found that a fifth of young people who watch streaming video services like netflixing hulu actually law logan using someone else's passwords so they don't have to pay and the television academy announces prime time emmy nominations later today the awards though will be handed out it's of timber all right thank you tom it is 25 past and entertainment time and chuck rich good morning to you good morning evan if you have a chance to see the journey it is playing in many theaters but it is worth finding see it the journey not exactly a titled at grabs you is about an attempt to end the troubles a title which will mean a lot to you depending on where you come from and how old you are the troubles refers to the decades of deadly conflict between catholics and protestants in northern ireland in paisley representing the catholics and martin mcguinness representing the protestants meet to try to solve this problem there's going to be a lot of bickering going to be a lot of arguing and when they agreed to meet in scotland things take a different direction literally i won't tell you too many details it's one thing that you do noticed relatively early in the film is that they're being monitored and they don't know it these two men are in the same vehicle talking arguing sometimes not speaking at all and how it works out is just an excellent film as martin mcguinness you have komeini a familiar face from various tv shows and movies and timothy spall plays in paisley timothy spall probably best known for playing grouch is but again you'll like him the actor at least in the movie the film is called the journey and you'll see why in theaters somewhere air find it please it gets in a somewhere okay good direction thank you chuck rich this this is i like it's twenty six past the hour.
"timothy spall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Who answers this review all her answered is there a message in the film especially given the recent terrorist attacks in the uk and elsewhere as a sense said if these two men could compromise set piece may be possible anywhere look there is absolutely that that is the is the idea his his in a simple simple as this we live in a world right now in which the very idea of the politicians derided every politician is is is sweeping populists notion that they a craven power seeking corrupt individuals that do no good and in absolutely review that the fact that they're not now they ought to not notion is is is easy arctic to put to perpetuate to be honest with you because what un the getting is terrible politicians this is the situation into which two people actually changed history changed people's lives and stopped people killing each other so if there's ever a need for politicians i would say is right now indeed will for ones the other of of the film assert lee is is is as celebration of a processed abroad pieces a celebration of people's ability to listen to each other and at the only people the really lead to talk to are your enemies in a a hope of the film is shown in the middle east and else absolutely senator by great thanks to the three of you for being on our show called mini timothy spall nick ham leave filmed the journey opens today at the ifc center in the lincoln plaza cinemas oh bull full bull and tonight at the ifc center director nick ham screenwriter colon colin bateman and actors timothy spall and coal meaney will be holding a qna after the hey pm screening of the journey that's at the ives he centered.
"timothy spall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A took in two thousand eight the democrats and republicans well days ago the comment and timothy many of the exchanges between the two of you appear to vary natural was some of the dialogue improvise no it wasn't now i mean the dialogue is very good hannity wall i mean the the but one ahmad bisi law will job as an activity to your sign the law is the first on its own on it is love human being there were literally that remained an lies the effort as and as we've we've managed to convince so no it wasn't it was beautifully written a not to this to be written and what the glory of the script is known as it not realistic and mount an the little just banal to that by underneath it the roger in his brilliance as stitch this amazing a seething resentment the as a chance of bounce off each other so that's what's great about the darlow although there conversations referred to the bombings and violence of the troubles is also comedy in moments of had absolutely this has been the and and you know the as their relationship develops after these where the events we to pigs louisville they later became known as the chuckle brothers because they did they added they did they shared jokes constantly laugh a lot together these you'll discover the and and that was ruled the judge the script jiddo when i i read the script or dislike the apprehensive that above you have a dry political trees as some of the the peace process of and to sit down as an actor and readers which you do electoral kind of an audience perspective i and laugh the and eventually cry it with this script was so wound of so movie and so ed page driver just read the holding in one city other literally made me laugh or cry so you know the umer i was delighted to further the zuber other my guess a coal meaning and timothy spall who play the the two main characters in a new film called the journey which has directed by nick him was also here it opens today at the i've see center and the lincoln plaza cinemas qom.
"timothy spall" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"A real pleasure welcome in one of the best actors around his name is timothy spall icty stars in a wonderful new film called the journey as i described earlier i feel like it's frost nixon but involving the ira timothy what was it about the material that attracted you to it because i think the the beauty of it is your performance un komiti together that's what really makes this story seeing what was it for you oh well you're woah me it's a profound story about rings and a thing that happened in northern ireland bridge pa the british oil as it which was a big political uh you know a conflict that goes more or less a civil war the only lost ten years and because of this speech processed stopped so these two carriages were a you know in praising the uh and uh much quicken it's where representatives of the two absolute a extreme factions everybody else it for them to why all the offer tuesday more moderate voices in these two guys are in a position in rhode island only then we're gonna have the power to make this peace process work an everybody everybody so it was hopeless because they were representatives of the extreme side i thought this is a judge this film is called the journey 'cause it's a a take on more how this hacking be these two in implacable guys how long but not only did they end up stuff being uh an arch enemies they eventually rtz bigtime joint leaders of the country and friends so it's about that how conflict out you know an impossible conflict can be resolved through the charging of humanity on a certain amount of personal soccer for and your performance is wonderful timothy have such glowering energy and you know your characters so reluctant to make peace with communities caretakers he views him as sapar this iarraidh this terrorist organisation it killed all these women and children had it must have been challenge if you complain that rule you know the beach you have to play to get to the the end result that resolution but how much area nation hostility do present throughout the movie.
"timothy spall" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Last row forty is the journey this is from director nick ham he's the fictional account of to enemies in northern ireland the democratic unionist party leader ian paisley and sinn fein politician martin mcguinness paisley's paid by timothy spall will becoming a moment terribly and kohmeini plays the politician and this is a apocryphal account i'll the two thousand six saint andrews agreement which brought peace to northern ireland so it's this fictional conceit of these two guys sharing a car together and it's a rather playful scripts even though it has a lot of intelligence to it i'm sure it's base somewhat on fact but the best way can describe it is it's like frost nixon involving the ira so if you haven't seen frost nixon that movie pits davor frosty british journalist and a wonderful performance by franklin gel playing richard nixon and ron howard excellent directive that movie but essentially it's just a to hinder its two actors going toetotoe same thing with the jury you've got spall you've got many they're stuck in a car together and one guys supportive of the ira and then the guy supportive of the traditional paul pulse politicians life views the ira's a bunch of tears so you know they have some it's a very predictable stolen that's falling at times feels a little bit pedestrian 'cause you know exactly where it's going to go you put these two options together an eventually they're going to get to some sort of an agreement and there's bickering and this frustration and there's little humor in there but eventually come to that resolution but the reason i like it is because the performances just like with frost nixon that the two leads can carry the movie and in this case fall in meaning certainly do particularly swahli place his characteristic glowering energy and resentment other ends up being a really enjoyable movies to check out the journey i'm giving it three maple leafs are once again a frost nixon in terms of the ira excellent film and timothy spall will join us now.