19 Burst results for "Tom Mccarthy"

Phillies retire Dick Allen's No. 15 in moving ceremony

Joe Giglio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Phillies retire Dick Allen's No. 15 in moving ceremony

"Now before the game started little note and and it's just a good moment for everybody in the Phillies community for the baseball community where Dick Alan gets his his number retired number. 15 was retired before the game. Nice little ceremony. Tom McCarthy was speaking at a podium. John Middleton was there. Mike Schmidt was there. Of course, Dick Allen was there and spoke briefly, So ah, really nice moment have that before the game, And by the way, Dick Allen will get another ceremony next year so he can be in front of fans to get the recognition that way as well. But a nice little thing

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Wofford's Magee breaks NCAA career 3s record

John Jastremski

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Wofford's Magee breaks NCAA career 3s record

"Go. See hall players congratulate each other on a fine season. Also, congratulating the Wofford terriers for the first time in school history. Have won an NCAA basketball. And they did. So by closing that game on a seventeen to run was actually seventeen all until the final half minute. Tom mccarthy. Final call Westwood One. NCWA radio network has Wofford pulled away from Seton Hall, eighty four sixty eight miles pal twenty-seven points in defeat, but just too much Fletcher mcgehee had seven of Wofford's thirteen threes on the night along the way McGee broke the division. One record for most career three point

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"tom mccarthy" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Better double-play combination and Good. Morning I just saw. It on vehicle Profitable ball going up. The middle then two strikes labata. The night it was hit. Up the little. It was an out there. There's no. Doubt 'cause you remember Kim Batista Him, not stay he had, to he he moved over to. Third base and even as throwing. The ball away right one. Bell earlier in. The season who was atrocious I heard Kevin Stocker is a is a part time radio guy Back as radio all the Phillies and I hate a sorry Tom McCarthy. On the Besides that he stockers really get on the radio. And I get a chance to listen to them quite a bit when he's on and, he told a story of that of that ninety three team when he, came up you think about that, some kid coming up with the likes of, Lenny Dutch Pete Incaviglia Hell of a cross believe me these guys weren't friendly because, these, guys, are savages right and told them listen I just worry, about fuelling your position and let the hips come where they come and then I, know from from work with Dutch for a number of years ago see had a. Had a conversation with Dutch specifically and then some of the other guys like hey listen, you don't have to worry about Dutch going after him but take it, easy on them Oh yeah yeah take it easy on, him, he's, alone rookie macho row everybody else's kinda just hoping to, stay alive and what was that So what was. That like what was, it what would they do like rip the other players. They didn't hit well chew their arms off schilling in there they all hated chilling but. They realize how good of a pitcher he. Was I could see that you think about that you'd Mitch yet Curt Schilling talking about personality she schilling was was accused by those guys they. Call top top steps schilling because he would only come, out and stand on the top step? When. He, knew. The. Cameras would be watching otherwise. He's back in, the clubhouse if he's not pitching do they all resented. Him for that okay Kevin soccer coveted there like spilled the ball young man right he did. It that was a crazy team it was a crazy team funding Seth in jersey Seth we. Got Eric how're you doing what's up brother what upset car is underappreciated Clair's from two thousand eight let, me take you back so you, just took out Cole hamels after eight strong, or seven, stronger? Each took out. Brett after six or seven. Gotta have a pinch hitter common. Replace, those guys, at, the plate Dobbs Dabur yeah I think he hit three. Hundred that year I even higher when it came to. Pitch hitting it I've never really felt quite the confidence that I had him come to the play as a pinch hitter. As anyone else it. Was I remember. I remember and then when he got some low so you get extended..

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"tom mccarthy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To tom mccarthy and jim jackson congratulations are in order for porter moser loyal it's just an amazing amazing story it's kind of like when vcu went to the final four and butler went to the final four i got a chance to cover that mobile team in dallas and got to know him i got to talk to coach porter moser in the team kit walker you better leadership they want twenty nine game they did you know an resort valley they have something to prove great guard play humble here wagner just made his first free throw so it's his first points of the day here's his second free throw for michigan and it's good so nineteen nineteen seven fifty nine play here in the first half a little lower scoring that i think we anticipated at this cj walker up before the michigan fans are on their feet walker nearly lost it to john beeline outta cofer cofer to the middle toper looks to the right for man hands it off man dribbles to the right process over a big skips it to the left side for 'em walton puts on the paint head to toe ended white date because he i asked outdoor rock bottom twenty one nineteen florida state ceautiful movie of shimmy shake with his shoulder lachmann pit ford and seized this part down the middle lane only met you that bench scoring before and our factor the game eleven nothing florida state bench points they're gonna probably outscore michigan anyway but eleven points already and now a turnover forced by florida state and a steel by barack mont stops best the simpsons locked away the seminoles jay walker obiago was there as well it's a two point lead for the seminoles with the basketball.

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"tom mccarthy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To angeles tom mccarthy and jim jackson susan's versus its own rather be able to break down all triple versus man to man just joining us across our network twenty three four to state twenty three six forty seven to play the first half dot the williams just missed the three point play opportunity florida state has the basketball walter fee to download a baseline jumper too strong at perkins for gonzaga with the rebound he bottles it a little bit coming up the floor has it launches a three twenty six twenty three bulldogs tongue six twenty five to play first half first three of the night for the bulldogs perfect timing sold by zaka the reporter my savoy is by koper is no good rebound by nelson lease it for perkins again perkins it to a traffic jam stolen away by cj walker terrace ban man allie used to forest who lays it aid softly to make it a one point game six minutes to play first half and poor spacing that time by the bulldogs with perkins getting the ball on the wing not enough space to operate turn it over florida state taking advantage in transition whistle blows think savoys hurt for florida state he is limping might be cramping this cab left calf the walk off the court let me ask you oh how does a guy from tallahassee come to southern california voiced guess the humidity a little bit he should he should be used to zac avoid the basketball they get it into the hutch anura he has it up top two steps from midcourt covered by man that's an interesting match up man to man nelson takes the basketball trip is to the center the shot clock crosses over to the right looks down the gets a screen from buoyant stops and lots of the three short and it goes out of bounds off the hands of normal it'll be far to state basketball within zanga up by one twenty six twenty five.

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"tom mccarthy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"To los angeles tom mccarthy and jim jackson susan's versus zone rather be able to break you down off the dribble versus man to make the walkabouts of you just joining us across our network zaakut twentythree florida state twenty three with six forty seven to play in the first half dot the waves just missed the three point play opportunity to state has the basketball walter feet to download the savoy baseline jumper juice strong perkins for zaka with the rebound baba's it a little bit coming up the floor has it launches a three minutes before twenty six twenty three bulldogs on talk six twenty five to play first half i three of the night for the bulldogs perfect timing again the sold by the three boys by oprah's no good rebound by felsen leaves it for perkins again perkins into a traffic jam stolen away by cj walker not a terrorist ban van allie used to forest delays at eight softly to make it a one point game six minutes to play first half downpour spacing that time by the bulldogs with perkins getting the ball on the wing and not enough space to operate turn it over florida state taken advantage in transition was so blows that i think savoy is hurt for florida state he is limping might be cramping this cab left calf in the walk off the court and let me ask you something i don't know what happens.

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"tom mccarthy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The next tip in atlanta's between kentucky and kansas state it's only the fourth ever time a five has met a nine is in the south region so they'll tip off in about twenty minutes then about a half hour after the conclusion of mixed michigan and texas am we'll send you out to the tip forget zag and florida's state is four nine in the west but let's get you back to los angeles michigan has dominated texas let's finish out the final three minutes with tom mccarthy and jim jackson jump shot so it makes it extremely hard for defense at team to kind of take everything away from a player as such as these because they're so multidimensional of bob mix the first free throw we welcome those of you just joining us across our network it's michigan eighty nine texas stadium sixty seven with real one to play the second half outdoor rachmat makes his second free throw twenty three points to lead the way for michigan doctor has twenty one it's been the three point shooting permission it's unbelievable thirteen as threes in this game poll hazard outside bounce pass to davis back to the basket curls in the paint space baseline top by wagner the paul proof there was a lot of by both players down loan that is going to be a twoshot foul for tyler day well the difficulty when you jarred and tyler davis is because he initiates so much contact no it didn't go is that you didn't stand it no way to win in here's the second shot.

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"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

1:09:27 hr | 2 years ago

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"A couple of reporters who work there one in particular and she doesn't mind going on the record eileen mcnamara whose referenced in the movie uh we asked her how you guys the paper did a is this an amazing story for them in the dow lot of good work and we said as you think there's anything after two years reporting on this they missed and she said pointblank i think we should have asked the question why didn't we get it sooner that's the only question we didn't ask and it speaks to exactly what we're talking of a movie asks the question alta does listen i promise turkey jeter now or and it's been more than our someone alleged you're gone of your word um almost it's a little long but it's valuable look man i i am proud to call you powell and i gotta say you really stepped up and all the sort of promise and talent that you showed on the first three movies amac amac leaving the cobbler out them yup i thank you really you delivered everything you know when i i remember walking out of seeing the screening of the film and i said to my wife amy into my created partner dave i said that movie spotlight is every single thing i would ever want to do and making a move and that's not something i've ever set on this podcast heizar as room you i take that very idea is it's you you have delivered a i think for someone like me who grew up i love all the president's men and the insider is one of my favorite movies the last fifteen years and i would stack this up against those two movies any day and congratulations i can't wait to throw darts you when you're up there get the hell out of television time you have that flint not lasko obligates obvious.

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"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Great actor and was the most right person for this role his hands i'll say the movie is the acting this movie is incredibly interesting credibly great every single one of the media whether it's two chee in a small budget horton role whose incredible or billy crude up in i think for me almost famous in this are the two dis billy crude a performance of their unlike any others you really in jesus astonished pretty gril to be really got something yeah different and add at all those guys and i and i agree but we just we started putting the cast together and it was like a lot of these people are people i've colleagues that i just haven't worked with what i've known you know john slattery mark ruffalo lee of schreiber stanley tucci these are people i just sent emails to of the scrapped and said agassi descript do you think and then i said to their agent to be the dubai proper protocol but i wouldn't rake directly them known them for a long time and then the ressam that i've known but have an known personally like michael keaton and rachel magadan's and you know rachel was the one i had to pause on numerous has kind of big movie star of a certain type of movie and hadn't seen or do something like this and man what a delight she was to work with and she totally jumped in and played her role and not like a movie star all there are these small moments her interviewing somebody in a coffee shop yeah you're just forget she breaks your heart specificity of her at home are home life yeah and her her willing there's no van it i say you know to just character has at has a certain kind of vanity yeah and crude ups character has a certain kind of vanity but the performances are without vanity and i i think about what lee of did and somehow he asked the almost the opposite it's great because the power of what he brings the economic graffiti from the theater stuff and radovan it makes you know this is a formidable person and then the choices you guys made the way he carries himself it's all just on the inside yeah yeah that strain now leaves a tremendous actor nato is so restrained in this film that is channels his strengthen his energy and are released.

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"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"The new pitcher clarkson and and bobby i mean you put bobby on the map with that with that movie and then i mean pictures clarkson it done a whole bunch of the out important work before that yeah and then richard jenkins by he was known to movie people but not famous and yell the visitor that's what made him famous um and win win you're directing your good old friend who's the movie star that movie paul giamatti ray in spotlight you have just a haters row the out of movie star yeah and tv star and it's entirely different it's execute on on a scale that's different than anything else that you've done i'd still a small movie relative to avatar but you of you know michael keaton and lee up schreiber and mark ruffalo and rachel mcadam 's and each one of these people is giving us singular performance them and ch and yet it's he has a unit right and how did you think about that can did you intentionally cast movie stars was there a reason slattery was there a reason that you you cast the sort of people who were instantly recognisable and had up a clear public persona now i felt like this was a movie for some reason that could hold that especially as we started to assemble the cast and there's something about these journalists and they were our heroes but they were completely anonymous and there is something about that i never told her at this point as a writer director never told a story based on actual events so i i felt sort of freed up by that in a cool way and look some of its money this movie cost more money than my other movies may be combined almost and and that's not still not a lot of money as you well know but um at a certain point you need to kind of you need to provide actors that mean something in this case it just happened to be one of those great instances were you know the first actor i went out to mark ruffalo was just the in not only a movie star now but just.

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"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Um i had this idea of characterized by the kind of depot and the town in the area my that was putting the store together and i literally ran into him right down around eighth in sixteen street he was coming back my job used temping at the time which just always i love the idea of beat damping for some reason and we had this long conversation i was walking away from him and i thought a man he would be really interesting in this raw ijaw village the script i did not call them next day and i said aman i'm thinking about doing this and he was very not dismissive but you feel like it had those offers before i'll without them really following was like great let me know and you got scraps and i'm like come on be more excited about it but that's not his way and and i finished the scrapping sent it to a minimum three years later we made the movie what it takes so long i mean you read that script i was the first time writerdirector you read that script it doesn't scream box office right and and i think people just didn't get it and i think really what they didn't get as the humor in the movie i think they thought it was going to be a a sad movie jeff sad movie and a slow movie in new york ethic everybody seen that move but i wonder people watching and listening to this and they you know they may be interested nukus spotlights this desert a big deal now and they you know it's worth finding that movie for people to david sean net for expanding to know that i'm sure it's on one of those things either netflix either i love when people find movies later on i think it's the great thing about movies you know what happens to me all the time where they seem to ramon among movies and haven't seen that or haven't seen win winner having seen whatever but um were you were you able to talk to actors because you were an actor easily is sort of from the beginning i think i how i think that helped i think also when i was at yale as an acting student i watched a lot of very good directors talked actors and talk about acting in.

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"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"Point was like like i think you get a scrip like this and it's a beautiful script a real credit to the writer um but as also incredibly challenging just project in film on the hold is to picture the coulda gone and so many directions looking back now do you recall like what you know i always feel like i have a couple of like real fears going into a movie like we gotta land this as has to work right on a how i'm going to do this orum this is the big challenge for this particular film what was it for you hit sam well it was actually casting jeff gillooly and it took is about four months to figure that out i mean i came onboard there was migrant allison that because of the violence in their relationship and china figure out that cycle and why they would stay together and why there was this destructive relationship that we could be engaged in china find an actor that could do that dance was incredibly difficult now i was completely stressed about that and we went through a lot of auditions we had about ten act has come in and read with margo for chemistry and there was an issue is amazing could very dark very quickly and jet and they there was none of that duality going on and uh and then sebastian a came along with mary van whose office and i got handed the head shot i wasn't familiar with that much with sebastien's work other than obviously a legitimate the guy from captain america and she's a trust me and she'd seen him over the years and he came in and he had the mustache and the total neck and he just gave this incredibly laid performance that just blew me away and so the made margo come an audition with them and there's a moment and a notes that there is obviously very doc scene but it was always like how are we going to handle this violence and that it was really you know because it's very much a lot of times if it becomes premeditated in it gets very scary and snuck trying to condone it's just trying to understand because they stayed in this relationship and so why do they keep coming back and what is there about it so he was in the middle of the scene with with the cop.

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"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"We started willie stripping it away we ended up taking about thirty minutes out of the found that a lot of that was making the second half the film the narrative ambiguous so the audience tested taken this information because you start to go along for the ride in not question it and whose narrative ah we actually hearing in the second half and you know so it was clear a for a little while in the edit and you'd know like all right this is jeff's point of view and this is tania's and then we kept stripping away who are listening to and you actually sought to forget but a lot of it is jeff's point of view for the second half of the movie so i'm going to go uh i know tatiana wonderful editor uh but she probably the oh she was the only constant on this this is a very you do you mentioned is really new crew for you which i think vermont perspective seemed to feed you in so many ways i think that can be really liberating for director what was that experience like added that feed into this so the process and energy of this film i guess if it as a jew a lotta commercials and as a 5 guys that i work with latin commercials all of them with and movies glee when this happens and so i was suddenly in a place where i heard i've got to find is epa that i haven't worked with which is a scary preposition where the film and i'd seen nicholas's where kitted bullhead just beautiful belgium film and he did the drop in triple nine in that and that is not the 10 movies he didn't in europe has such an interesting style and it's he mixes so many different palettes and we we talked on the phone and everything we talked about was tone and the and the humor in the drama in the movie had such a similar sensibility which was great and then we really connected on that we actually didn't talk much about what we're gonna do with the camera is all just about the tone of the film.

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"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"It reinforces that she is disconnected from the scene in the nominee to the violence that she can step out of it and talk to us so that's where that idea came from and then because they had at their felt like just to balance it in the film we needed in other places so then we said just building upon that and so the first time that sebastien breaks the fourth wall is when the film really starts to become his narrative like in the bar it's the first time he talks to us and then we had we've got to play a lot so there was a lot of like playing with that adding to the script in that way the interestingly because there there was so much talking heads in the script and i felt like could really kill the momentum of it so i designed the whole movie where we can literally have no interviews if we wanted a guy shot footage that this could all be voiceover going through this and we designed it that way as so you could just penchant for lying in the interview and then keep this fluid camera work going and then also there was no music in the scripts and i really like the energy in the case of her life and you know being a big scorsese fan in the way that he conduct suppose music to violence and put it in a different place i really wanted to i you know and david a russell stuff i really wanted to have a lot of music in this so i sat with my dp nicholas cowards can thomas who's belgium and we shot listed this whole film looking like every time ago garden his an opportunity for music and were designed the movement of that so we did a lot of that kind of stuff and then once we got into the added with tatyana regal who i was my fifth film with her did laws and the rogo and worked since then together.

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"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"The culpable and withholding amirov to ourselves and i want you to feel guilty about being so judgments which i feel is a commentary on how we are now like they started off this 24hour news cycle sided with them and cnn and everybody just craving for through the headlines in back then there was a narrative that they supplied us but now this so many outlets for it but we just consume it i get this rapid pace and go through all these lives new chun's room so i liked the noise come in turn the media but it's also a commentary on us consuming it right arm and search so you get the script are i know you as a director you're someone who likes to dig it on the script how much of that did you do uh with a screenwriter with your creative team like or or did you just gotta take it at face value was i mean you mentioned sorta breaking the fourth wall in those moments which i assumed were mentioned in the script uh you know because of how seemless they are and how much they make sense and how much they sort of we've into your opening comment about how unreliable this will be in some ways so how much work did you do with racism i mean i actually had to pitch myself obviously which we always used erectus for this film that maga ravi was already on as a producer with her company in her first year and allison janney steven rogers wrote the script on spec and basically just quickly he saw the thirty thirty documentary when and tracked down tanya hunting he called her up flew upped paul and his own dime interviewed if a two days got this crazy story then for all right i'm gonna find jeff gillooly in they haven't spoken in 25 years found jeff gillooly interviewed him and there was so contradictory in the stories that that was his in into this movie.

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"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"Actually i remember i was actually come back from the commercial set and at my agent called and he goes hey i let this movie about tonya harding and he took it just in the breath that he took i went through like seven different thoughts away i'm not looking to do another sports by opic no offence to al movie the weeds hit we had done a sports biopic and then it didn't other biopic and seems so long ago and as you know and then he finishes ends with end with magoe robbie playing tonya harding and housing that is the craziest combination i love my goes work as really familiar with it and had dance that she can do drama in comedy is something that i love to work with and i was hoping that maybe this group would reflect that and then i read the script and it was the craziest wildest ride that i've ever written that i've ever read and it didn't i couldn't find anything to compare it to is i kept trying to find out the movies to to look at and obviously to die for was one of the first things i thought of that you know that nicole kidman and gus van sent that has the the gneration and in the interviews with them but it's very linear and they're all telling the same the building on the same story in this this idea these contradictory viewpoints that never get resolved and then on top of that the talking to each other and talking to the audience and it was just and there was a lot of other voiceover going on and the you there was a two hundred fifty six scenes in one hundred ten pages and i actually worried whether it could hold that because this the energy of it was so much better it actually then complicated even more by adding a breaking the fourth wall which wasn't in the script in decided to bring that in as well so yeah i mean it's kind of amazing you know what i've thought about where i try to think about the movie logically it shouldn't work not altogether it should make sense but it is so uh it's just so compelling that so grabbing that goes beyond just the rip from the headline story it's something about watching us the sort of leader.

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"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"Thanks coming out tonight a cold wednesday night were just gonna jump right in our chat a bit with my friend craig here and about his wonderful movie and then i'll opened up to any questions that you have so we just had a drink and i was like holding back on things i've wanted to ask him but that said i could feel it yeah that said i am known craig for while we collaborated on million dollar are many years ago and and i remember when this script came across his desk and i happen to be in new york we're chatting about it and he said you know he just come off doing a big movie for disney's like i feel like there's something about this i just want to grab it and run with it and and our drink next door he said you know i don't know if you know about craig but he shoots about one point two billion commercials a year somehow and i don't know how he does it and and and he's you know i just want to like get it and want to think and i just wanna like make it and i you know he was sort of the waves talking about it sounded like maybe aegis maybe he was just gonna throw it away but really what it meant was he just wanted to kind of explode it and i think that's exactly what he did with his movie he went with his got in his instinct and his vision and i and for me when i when i looked at the running time today's was coming athena mike this movie's two hours for me it flew i just was at so with the characters with the story with the rhythm in the music of the movie that i just took me away an arm really thrilled for you and excited to be here to talk about it so let's talk about that you get this movie and it's so different than the couple pictures you did before like what was your first thought.

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"tom mccarthy" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"tom mccarthy" Discussed on WWL

"The mom today lov ross tucker i'm tom mccarthy not a soldout crowd as you would imagine here it a new era fielded orchard park but there's a lot of people that are hanging out in the snow no scored 10 fortythree to play first half it'll be first 10 from the 45 of buffalo there's definitely a lot more fans here that i would think that there would be john is a pretty good routier especially in the lower boll and the fuel just got a lot brighter it sure did italy turn the lights on the snow is still falling but it is getting brighter is thompson goes in motion to the far side i formation the hand optima mccoy mccoy starts to elect cuts to the right gets over toward the sideline ends breaks attack tackle one out of bounds across mid field it's a gain of almost seven mingo makes the tackle four the colts be sector down i was good run by mccoy looked like he was going to lose his footing but he was able to keep his grip and get all the way back to the right mark is hud fell off of a bar tvs bingo fell off room we mentioned earlier but a few years ago when he was still in philadelphia chip kelly's first season hit a career data against the lion in conditions like this second doubt in five he'll take the hand off again he runs to the right has the first down inside the 45 down close to the forty yard bite it's a gain of nine kenny more makes the tackle by the way that game in in philadelphia twenty nine carries two hundred seventeen yards ada was funny about stuff like is that whether it's true or not he now psychologically believes that he thrives in that weather i would point he he believe i'm sure he was tell the offense lineman hey i know i know what to do with this weather first down for the 42 he's out taubert is in a receiver to the left wonder the right builds moving from left to rights 940 to play first after handoff to taubert who barrels is way forward breaks one tackles these slips away in jonathan hank ins and might have gotten a couple of yards on that tune in to watch all the excitement of the nfl next sunday.

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