18 Burst results for "Tony Scott"
"tony scott" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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"tony scott" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Is your? Otherwise. This random shot of this. How often does that happen like in? Lifelike? All the time all the time, especially just like someone in my early twenties, maybe talking about just pop culture reference. There must be a reason why. All the time. I just don't really get worked up about a lot of things. What did you think of the film not having the impact of what the reveal meant? Thank you. I re-. I don't know. Why I said, thank you. I. I don't know either. But I'll take it. Thank you for asking me a question. Mr justice. That's a good question. It is a good question. I did enjoy it a lot. I thought that it was fascinating. I thought that it seems like a very like unique story, and I did enjoy it. And I saw like the final reveal which wasn't really revealed me. It was just like a random seeing. Let's let's put it this way. Let me rephrase it. You don't have to. It's just your opinion. No, no, no. But wondering you agree with this? I don't think if it hadn't been for the reveal at the end, you obviously wouldn't have the glass movie if it hadn't been for the reveal at the end, I don't think that you would have the level of enthusiasm for the next m night movie. You were sure you would have walked away from split going o m night made another maybe we're pretty cool movie. But it wouldn't be always making another one. You know, this is a completely different ball. Probably. I would absolutely agree with that. Joking. Totally totally. Only joking Joel spicy. Veit silly jokes people know. Yeah, that's fine. I am not shy movies for me are wildly hit or miss. And when they hit they hit very well when they missed they missed by a mile, what are m night Shyamalan movies that have missed because I am not super familiar with. Okay. I know you don't like lady in the water. I do. The water was very boring. I I liked the village. I like the village the village. Six cents. Obviously is his crowning. Yeah. That's his that's his most iconic most well known film, I would watch six cents again. But on the list of 'em night movies that I like it's at the bottom of the list. Like, I saw it. It was like is good. But I love success. I thought it was great the happening socked. Yup. Avatar the last air bender suck didn't see it. He did avatar the last. The last year vendor. Yeah. Yeah. He did last air bender heated a terrible job. He did were very very upset for very very good reason. Because I remember being very excited about that movie. And even like young little, I don't even know how that movie came out in two thousand ten so yeah, I was like a baby. And I remember even then thinking that was terrible and like young I dunno. I must have been made preteens after earth. I own it every watched it. But it's not a good film. I didn't see it. I did not really realize that he did the last year vendor. And I learned from you today. Stuart little as well. Yeah. Check me. I'm looking at you like signed. I love signs. I didn't care for Cy adores science is is my favorite movie ever. I didn't care for signs. I've never. I love that movie and devil. We talked about it a little bit before they get directed that. I think I still count that as because it is it's it's very much from start. It's got his fingerprints. All it's like when you watch like true romance. And you go like quitting Tarantino because he wrote it he didn't direct it. Although that movie is very Tony Scott. But be that as it may anyway, but I think devil's devils as an example of a movie that I enjoyed DVD and Blu Ray releases this week. I man the heat you give and Johnny English strikes again, no desire to see to two of them. Saw one of them. I man looking forward to revisiting and a really enjoyed it in the theater, and I'm I'm curious how what my perception of urban opinion of it will be on a on a second viewing. Yeah. I enjoyed. I man when I went to see it in the theaters, I don't think I'll give that a second viewing. It doesn't feel like the type of movie that needs a second viewing. It was what it was. And it was good. It was good performance by Ryan Gosling, and it was visually. I'm glad I saw it in the theater because that whole sequence when they're actually doing the moon landing was spectacular opening sequence. To sequence was was was fantastic. But I don't know. I mean, I may watch it again. But I'm not it's not the type of movie, I feel like I feel compelled or like I'm gonna go out of my way to watch it again. Hey, you give I'm curious because it was very well received critically and sorta seemed to be very well liked. So I may. If I stumble upon that one I may give it a watch Johnny English strikes. Again. That's I've never been into the whole Rohan at keys. I I haven't either. And I don't really understand why people are. So it's comedy everybody. You know, is of all the things that are subjective comedy is like vote subjective. Right. And it works, you know, that type of humor works for a lot of people just not me Rohan Atkinson in my book is the is the British Eugene Levy. Both funny. Both funny is ancillary characters. Not good Google the leading a film like I like like rowing Atkinson. That works in in. What's the movie the the the chase one with all the with the the on samba cast a rat race? He's funny interact. He's hysterical rat race for what isn't a funeral. He's fantastic. Isn't he he's not for nuts? Other British guy. That's funny. So. Super not thinking. Culture. You can't really do that with British people, can you? I don't know. Yeah. What John's saying is British people don't count you. You talk about their bad teeth all the time. Now, what was the o love? Actually, he's the. Actually, it was fantastic. He is you're either gets a really that spot on. I mean for him. But. Like the role that I would equate it to would be Martin short in father of the bride. Yes. Yes. Yes. Outage movie done. Yeah. And that was never a big Mr. bean fan and has never never understand Mr. bean stuff ever ever. New out on streaming this week. We've got fire, and I don't know. I. Oh, yeah. I oh, I oh. The last on earth both of these guys know anything about any of these. Okay. So I owe the last on earth is a science fiction film. It's has a weird para not a parallel. But it's got a lot like similarities with my book. It's a it's a. I sure do do the synopsis on that. Actually, I don't it was pulling up when I give me a moment ear. They did fire is a documentary, and you can get what you find the synopsis on this. It's a documentary about this event that was planned, and I want to say it was in the Bahamas, and we know waiting and I'm going to butcher, it's all wait till Sam gets this an absence on to read it. But it looks really good. Do you have either of them yet? I do have I o I o follow. Sam young scientists who has dedicated her life to finding a way for humans on earth, resulting in her ending up alone on the toxic planet planet. However after her many, ready radio transmissions to fellow survivors on earth fallen deaf ears. One man finally picks up her SOS and arrives in her small home. However, he is intent on making the last shuttle to Ohio while Sam is torn whether to follow her late father's footsteps and fight for earth survival or abandon it and flee the planet. The guy is avengers. Civil war. The guy that partners up with with captain America's civil war with the wings. Hawkeye Hawkeye Hawkeye Hawkeye is the the the falcon falcon he's falcon is they it's a it's a it's a falcon actor who plays. The the guy that comes in forget his name too. It looks really good. I mean, I'm a sci-fi fan. Anyways. It looks really good. I'm actually probably going to try to watch it tonight in every Mackey you for all I love it. It makes me laugh for all the grief, you give Netflix movie. I've never I've never watching a Netflix movie and get your such a sucker for. Such a sucker for good trailer. Is there something wrong? Mike Boorda, Andrew go. I don't even see him in studio anymore. Sam. Where did he go to the bathroom? I can't hear I can't hear anything. Pretty good. Adventure? I can't. Toxic-waste sam. Having a hard time hearing. Now, it's just me. I'm movie talking about what myself all of a sudden, he had the synopsis everything you said is one hundred percent. What movie was awful? John comes in and complains about how bad fire was. Going to happen. Let's see here. I ninety minutes on this movie. Because I for some reason when I I like opened them up. The. F R E. He's right. I am. I am. Yes. Yeah..
"tony scott" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"It doesn't have to be as crazies are man. Tony Scott where it's like a little heavy handed. But you love it. Nobody's genius. Tony scott. It's clear. We will just cover all of the Denzel. Tony Scott movies on the show. Always simply it's clear that these guys have to very very distinct styles. Now you've got Nolan and feature both have the non linear storytelling. They're very very good at doing the non linear storytelling, however, Nolan loves fantastical and the big the grand like, it's it's a scope film. Whereas fincher. Yeah. Is much more. He's much more intimate. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Okay. That's an interesting word right there intimate. Like, I would say both directors are defined by the cold style with which they tell their stories, and they're very procedural in their beats like the scenes never feel like they're lingering. Unnecessarily? They always sort of feel like they're just like, okay. This is this is as tight as they're going to get it. Yeah. But I will say that I think the nature of the films that no one has taken on have made it just so that we've never seen fincher directed. Batman movie, he's never done a science fiction epic. I mean, the closest thing was alien three. But like he does murder stories. He does like really really tightly crafted suspenseful thrillers. Whereas like Nolan does a whole different kind of movie. And so the style that they bring their movies. I think it's affected by the combat content. You can't avoid it. Yeah. And so I think you know, you, and I sat down we kind of had a conversation about like, what are what's seen either of their entire filmography? That kind of a pit him is all the things that make them. Great. I would jump in first with adventure moment. Okay. And it's it's the lake murder scene in zodiac. It's one of the most terrifying. Scenes ever it? I get chills just thinking about it. Because it's it's so Naro it's just so gnarly and so real an intimate. Yeah. And like there's just nothing else. Hap- is just silent. It's like the lake water. You know, and the way they set that scene up where like they're just like peacefully and like you see him in the background. And you're like, I know something so bad about that. And and he's ducking behind the trees, and she's like, there's someone watching us. And then when he liked ties them up, and he's trying to talk them out of it. And for a second the weird creepy is that he almost lets you think that he's gonna get away. He likes shows them the gun, and he like takes out the gun and the bullets be like, I'm not kidding around. But then also you're like, maybe he's not because usually just shoots him, right? Right. Right. Right. And then this adding and making making them tie other up and then the stabbing. Yeah. And like, so the reason that you, and I think that this pit of misers fincher. So well is for many reasons, you know, you get you get honestly, just like the disturbing. He's very very good at the disturbing. You look at seven if you look at even the scene in gone girl when Neil Patrick it's his throat slit right throws, slow boxcar, Mike God with a box cutter in like literally every scene in seven when you find out one of the the sins like oil my God, when they have the one they have the one guy, and he has to wear the apparatus, and he's crying, you think about the things that have been done in that movie and each of them is incredibly unsettling. Yes. And this this scene is the same kind of thing. I think the other thing David fincher is notorious he's notorious for being known for doing like seventy five ticks. You've heard actress talk about this a lot. And it's because he has some just like incredibly meticulous idea of what he wants the scene to feel and look and unless he gets it, exactly..
"tony scott" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"I just wanna be helpful people like Kim vowed Kilmer who is just I can. I just have a part. Yeah, yeah, I'll do anything about Comber I think would have been too old. Yeah, he would've been. It would have been worked with Scott in, yeah, gun. So ninety, two percent Iran tomato Sean, don't care. Robert Ebert. I liked this movie Roger. Ebert the great, Roger. He's saying about Robert Ebert, Roger, Roger, Ebert and robbery. But Roger. Yeah, come back on the rachi. It's the last three that we done. He's really like hard to believe the most famous and has worried of all time. I was worried about his taste, a boxoffice failure bonded. Yeah, it is spent twelve and a half million made twelve point three. It's tough sell. It's twenty to read the stories about them trying to do the test screenings in the marketing of this movie. They didn't really know how to sell to the audience and also, like you said, it's a great point. People didn't really know how to deal with a movie like this. The reviews we live in a culture now or like, oh my God. This is so offensive about everything. But the reviews of this movie people are like this movies way over the people read the script. I think Patricia. Our cat was like this is like real racist and like, and they had to like work through it and totally. I mean, that was that's a whole other thing where it's like, this isn't like going back and be like, oh, yeah, man. Everybody was like all movies were like this. No movie is like this. No movie was like reservoir, don't mainstream movie made by a guy like this. That was the dialogue in these movies is still pretty scandal. Dogs had that you're cutting scene was the big one from that that became a whole story, whether that went too far, should that have been in the movies or should this be ridded act Iran conversation in the beginning you're kinda like, is this really happening in v. like I can't believe this is trying to think what the legacy of this movie was before we get to the categories. I would say it's peak, Tony, Scott. It's really Tony, Scott, throwing all his pitches. It's a complete game. Fifteen. Strikeouts seven walks three heads kind of Tony Scott movie. If you're gonna say, I'm trying to explain to somebody what Tony Scott is. I have to show them a Tony Scott movie would probably be this movie. It's got incredible scenes with cars. It's got an incredible shootout and it's got an human women looking, beautiful and human dialog. Clicking also, it's he's the master of like, you know what? This, this shot needs steam coming out of a great. You know what this shot needs all the streets have to be wet. Everything should be Dion. Everything should be like blue light hitting her face in this. It's a painter Lee movie has to that is a Tony Scott thing. It has a train. Yeah, you know, Dennis hopper, all. There's so many trains and Tony Scott movies. He loves the things that are moving all the time. I'll say this when I was a kid. Because obviously, when you're a teenager, you basically have your hometown, maybe like the one or two or three places your parents have ever taken you in your life. This movie made l. a. look like another planet, and I think it was interesting to listen to the cast members talk about. They were all, obviously, young had some money probably partying lot and they're like kind of captured this moment in Los Angeles of like shady producers, everybody going out for auditions. Everybody's trying to get movies Anders. This on that and all these people are in this movie at the time and that the film that they're in kind of reflects their life in. It sounds like it was a very fun loving set in terms of how much they partied and stuff like that and especially given like what happened to a bunch of the people in this movie. I mean, yeah, it's the player was like that to swimming sharks. There's like four or five bogeys from this era that was kind of like Hollywood looking at itself. Which was great because we didn't have the internet back then I didn't know anything about Hollywood. I just had a couple books that I read and that was it..
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"tony scott" Discussed on Channel 33
"Yeah they've heard of spiderman other characters let's talk a little bit about the framing of this movie this has been a long time coming sure we saw thanos for the first time i believe in the at the stinger in the first vendors film he was not yet josh brolin is our call he was just a cgi purple goateed figure i don't remember if he was rolling or not but yes he that was when he first popped up he had no speaking lines and there's been a lot of build towards this this is nineteen films in the making to pay off like this this storyline that we were going towards make sense yeah i mean i think i i hadn't read a bunch of reviews before seeing the movie i wanted to go in relatively fresh but we talked about the tony's the scott review in the new york times i don't fully agree with all of his his entire tape but i do agree i guess with the premise that like this is not a movie as we can conventionally describe a movie there's just too much backstory there's too many balls in the air there's too much just craziness but all that said as coleman nation of all the movies that came before it's hard to imagine anything that would have been more successful than this yeah it feels like it would have it this was a very high bar to clear to make it make sense you know there's so many different figures that you needed to account for so many balls that you need to raise into the earned bring to the ground it's funny that you bring in tony scott's review i found it to be an interesting existential reflection on how to deal with these movies and culturally you know it's this is obviously probably the tenth or twelfth movie of this kind that he's reviewed and i think he started wondering like why why have we thrust ourselves into this comic book universe.
"tony scott" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"You just mentioned in kevin core gain in late great james gandolfini before he passed and christopher walken and of course director tony scott before he passed so it was a special film for for a lot of us so yeah i do a haas said michael rapaport to enjoy your days on friends and do you keep in touch with lisa goo drought i see it when i see i mean we're cool she's got kids i got kids and you know but we're it's always nice to see you all that whole crew is was called to work with back to the phones caller what's your name from where you calling when he was more sullivan dolphin i'm calling from atlanta georgia hey what's your question my question is for kenya and i mean and i just wanted to know how this finally feel husband the door and was able to finally shut the lady because absolutely gorgeous and they could finally see that kenya doesn't have to live like look at it she's absolutely beautiful she deserves a wonderful husband thanks did you feel that night you must have been very happy yeah i mean you know he shows up for me whenever i really need him right you know and i've been talked about so much on this show and you know pay boyfriends his fake this fake that it's just fodder to me i don't really take it seriously it's just kind of ridiculous but to see him come in and just validate me as a wife it's just it was on a whole new level i think you know it's just different and it was the perfect night to and that was so great.
"tony scott" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"From the film starting from the top and get them in the correct order as listed by letter malm so trends shit man you said these are there are these actual totally scarborough is there there any scott we settled on the category that's just tony scott okay like movies that he made yet endured six he killed himself too soon too soon for him to kill himself yes new right he should have made a few more he should have made a few more movies and then done it he's still have some good work left in two thousand six rereading of the the brief description that leonard gave kid i like people ask for that action and romance shallow but entertaining two and a half stars two thousand six a film by tony scott that's exactly the kind of movie i would have gotten a net folks when they still sent you the dvds town anymore i mean i guess they do two that's what you want do not into i can't cadre me i can't get negative too you can't do i can't to it to mark i even know movie it has i forgot to a movie it is really yeah none of your news second building them no i think i know the first start i think it's like a huge marquee name but then it's like you know it could be lawrence fucking luck and bill everything into this movie right that second wants tough that's that's why bid negative what yeah yeah.
"tony scott" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard
"What about sully harp pass harp all heart saudi slowly was totally fine with yeah i i know they've land the plane didn't know thank you i must add that dvd of solely for weeks who do a part of that from out of her mind so nobody i mean do you say if you think about the classes of movie star i think what he is is something distinct and much more actively than it is movie star stars snow i think so assani i would say that the definition of a movie star is somebody who when you're just talking about like a movie start like i think at somebody who plays a recognizable type repeatedly and you see that type in a lot of the characters right and i think that if you look through a lot of these movies you've got denzel being kind of denzel fair and i think that that is that is not always the case of course it's not really the case in fences where he's playing kibe an older bitter type uh it's not really the case in rome anti israel where he's playing a a kind of autistic eu spectrum e type um but if you look at like i like again like deja vu safehouse uh uh both of the train movies uh you know queues in into train movies in a row direct by tony scott taking a pelham onetwothree and unstoppable taking poem onetwothree is not a train move its train it's a literally a train movie literally a movie about a train that needs to be stopped it's literally about an unstoppable train.
"tony scott" Discussed on We Hate Movies
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"tony scott" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Mr brian in a steward they're done i will go ahead and let you see your contestants but our need for you right now to pick somebody they can run a pick goodwin again goodwin apart we got a roar y you're writing down your instal mr thomas going to see what you here he says the wild bunch amazes one up once upon a time in mexico all i know that could be it in the same thing it's in january mr boom was this once upon a time in mexico let me consult with mud judges where it here in the answer is wow is for us very little to show world's arms allstar brown but the correct answer is oh man on fire now let me explain this number one this is denzel washington and tony scott second movie the first one being crimson tide to mark anthony jennifer lopez exhusband plays wealthy businessman samuel around most in three the movie is in mexico lab i forgot to let you go i did wish you had more time because yes news amid with some i whistle proud about this this they want to make a red video and they won and denzel washington against already and he said he wanted to come over the like the build build the challenge of the reprimand had the band and abilities wastes of dynamite of presenting this that means that one of those the i wish i wish you head more rhyme i did is awash they say like i didn't make this up out of the muslim by was so proud of as the time and then he went to be a movie called out of time there you go about that about that all right well we miss that when book fortunately we have two more in this was should be easy now again i want to give away any audio accused whether you notice the not everybody when you write in years would say nothing now.
"tony scott" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Uh so invest about nine of them or eight of them some hook that uh one of the magicians after doing his act uh was cleaning up his staff niece by the way big big fan of the podcast which i thought was pretty cool um but i got to see some amazing stuff uh i'll talk about it more but we got so much news uh it's just uh it would be ashamed to to to take up the time on this watercooler so let's just get into the news uh we've gotten some details on a couple sequels that are in development uh some surprising details of a top gun to an alien covenants sequel then you are at the story for special mecom what do we know yes tony scott the director of the original topgun was originally going to direct topgun too but unfortunately he died in 2012 so that project has been sort of in limbo ever since then uh when he was still attached to direct a movie he hinted at the idea that topkin to will involve drones in some way may be tom cruise's maverick either flying drones are fighting against them or something so drones it's been a big the idea of drones have been sort of a big part of the conversation around talk unto in the intervening five or six years so um the project has been rewritten a bunch of times and joseph kozinski the guy who directed tom cruise in the movie oblivion is going to be directing talk unto and he is out promoting a new movie now somebody asked him on the interview circuit about topkin to in sort of what he thought about.
"tony scott" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A a a hair care commercial would nicholas rogue it a invade i would they were there was a i was responsible for i think the first commercial the john cleese was ever in a at the at the moment of monty python nato i and it was an extraordinary moment advertising because a lot of people who grew up to be a great generation of british film directors were making beef lickochops visuals you know so so there's a ridley scott tony scott hugh hudson um all these people nick rogue were were working like me part time in advertising and so that was fun but the great thing i think we'll many ways the greatest they could do truly was send me to america for the first time because i got a job for what used to be called the united states struggle service which it which used to run out campaigns to get people to take their vacations in the united states and when i got the account i had never been to the united states so they said will you better go and they sent me on the on the american government's dive will all over america and that's how i i fly with two la in san francisco and less vegas and and here in dc and new york ruth first time might have a vist it and so yes advertising introduced me to the usa at the time that you were working in advertising where you were you holding your nose to in advertising so that was an was it seen as an awful an arduous and low brown horrible so that you could write because he yemeni or did you actually get into it well some of each i mean certainly there was no days advertising is kinda cool and people watching football on tv think this the commercials with the super bowl a cooler than the than the show sometimes but it wasn't like that then it was considered.
"tony scott" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"What's your deepest mortal wound she's like what and he's like it's the question that the day what's your deepest mortar wound like they have a question to the day aboard and she's like no thank you it's great notified it's great stuff like that does it they have a dog him rothco cheese like i know stuff like that but it is great in the soundtrack is great mix of popular music and like some like beach music like reggae stuff plus there's a couple instrumentals that are so bernard herman speaking of hitchcock it's it's really well done and i love the way shot it reminds me a lot of true romance with the tony scott movie that tarantino robe with christian slater there's actually the thing that sold me right at the beginning there's a one of the hashtag things as hashtag year so cool which is something that patricia arquette says in true romance and and elizabeth olsen says hashtag you're so cool about her husband husband why rustle and i was like that's true romance you like to romance fives and i was like oh this movie gets me hey any yes you're so cool thank you also it's left me continue okay don't worry about i'm sure his golden grahams thank you but be okay so basically boils down to it i wish i wrote this fucking movie half the time it's so good this great it's so good i my only problem with it i'll be pratt i'll be play aubrey plaza is great it's the most emotional like turn like i've been so affected by her is your any problem with it though that ovary plaza sounds like a shopping mall maybe okay we're going to abu pleasant yet against it no my only problem with it is at it teeters.
"tony scott" Discussed on The Canon
"Um the of the parents greatest fear which is missing or losing a child and granted i don't have any kids i can't really empathise in now way is lme magnolia italo deck that i know i i i think you're right about that but here's what i want to like 'cause you said you got me and i know you're both against me but i'm still going to stand tall here which is i'm going to be tough time and i'm going to say minority part because like even though that it's true that spielberg does have these just like any director like like fucking scorsese seizing rats you know like just because you have a thing that you stylistically approach or you want to say all the time because that's who you are isn't equal to your approach to making films and tony scott god love them but his approach to making films was inherently propagandist because he wanted to say how awesome is characters were and i don't think that steven spielberg and tom cruise's performance and i'll point to a few moments in minority birth you want where he the subtle nuance of changing over the plot supersedes the idea of how tony scott would approach it i don't you okay scott is not promilitary tony scott was like wine and make the the down with military nearly get shaken out of it he's british no you're right under the same that i'm not saying that he hits the oroville about military obviously they're not i'm saying that she went into the film going.
"tony scott" Discussed on KWAM 990 Talk Radio
"Of the new york times said x y z there's a lot of people that it's easy to say what's the score rotten tomatoes what's the score on flick store which feeds out of rotten tomatoes and the reason people do that is because easy way of just saying whether or not people liked it but the round who made a scores not perfect it doesn't measure passion which is why a movie like unstoppable to remember that moving that came out several years ago struck by tony scott starred chris pine and denzel washington tried to stop a train that movie had it insanely high rotten tomato score but it was hardly in award film it was hardly movie that people loved just a lot of people are like do what's good if you could get a movie that everybody thinks of maybe a three three and a half star movie out of five and there's been the narrative especially this year were critics are trying to say and journalists to meet movie journalist her saying look how we took down baywatch and i say okay stop because first of all all you don't want that on your shoulders you don't want movies living are dying because of what you say because that is a invitation to stop scrutiny movies which is what's happening now but also baywatch was taken down by the fact that they watch was a terrible movie at that nobody asked for and it didn't kinda hit any storm and the style asia or classic feel to it it was hordley done chips was the same way the house was another movie that had no screenings whatsoever did not do well probably not because of the round tomato score but now it's of course gotten out i i don't know how many times i go on the radio said well this movie wasn't screening the responses while that must sock and what am i to say because generally when a movie is.
"tony scott" Discussed on Myleik Teele's Podcast
"Fan moment as in idaho athletic an actor that i always love door yes i don't really have many families it's i i definitely have some degaulle moments i guess my family's really happen with like there's directors at i've had a opportunity to the meat and have been blue lucky i'm really blessed to meet that i grew up loving or watching or you know love their work um and you know the definitely like i i've met i've met tony scott i've met ridley scott you know i grew up watching their movies dare iconic to me but for me you kind of have to put that aside the fanfare actor because i also have to work with that person so all right so you kind of have to some trying to think of any time where i i wasn't able to put it right um i'm no fun i can't really not it's okay if i right i have a really freak out if i met city poor tip here's fm omit okay i and i kinda regretted and so this is a lesson suits everyone listening to sends him moment um i probably would freak out at meetings and he poor ta and her because he's iconic an amazing and i went to an event um and pulled up to the valet at the event and out boxx sydney poor ta 'cause he's you know waiting for his driver we he's being escorted by someone in i'm sitting there like oh my gosh should city ports releasing right out of this car is introduce yourself and i did not do it and so i always regretted that um so.
"tony scott" Discussed on The Watch
"He in he and all actors on that level will only try if they feel inspire to or if they trust and respect the person charged the movie that's not pretty but that's true so you know i think you can you can basically look at his philosophy and decide who he wanted to try ford who he didn't and it's it's exciting watching this trailer 'cause it looks like he's trying yeah i think it's been so you get movies the there is a class of guys there's a generation of guys who were on their 50s early 50s slave 50s hangs crews washington who were the biggest movie stars in the world for you and me growing up and at all had i think difficult x difficult late periods where they're trying to understand where they are in the firm and denzel makes helmick fences but then he'll make equaliser and maga's in seven as well all of an i find denzel movies generally like fairly entertaining no matter what ends el found like tom cruise he's founder the two movies that he he can make w he has the characters he can platelets xi's always movie stars always denzel right but one of the characters it works for him is like in a tony scott movie shooting everybody yes you have tony scott didn't make it right and then the other one is when he is for lack of at a word trying in a different way and when he's right when he's do going for the best actor belt crude has that that motoo where he's either making mission impossible movie and literally dying on screen or he's willing to play ball little bit in doesn't always work for have crews hanks and washington i think cruises had the longest layoff of of really going for it you know and i think their minds we think of him as this guy who split the atom between box office success and.