Results for: michael meets e.t Search Results
Family Filter:
1:57
The clip Michael meets E.T from E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982) with Henry Thomas, Robert MacNaughton. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Mike, come in. How you feeling, faker? I'm feeling fine. I got something really important- Tyler said he got 69,000 on Asteroids yesterday... ... but he pulled the plug. Look, remember the goblin? You're so lame, Elliott. Come on, Michael. He came back. He came back? He came back? My God! One thing. I have absolute power. Say it. Say it! What have you got? Is it the coyote? No. Look... Okay. Now, swear it. The most excellent promise you can make. Swear as my only brother on our lives. Don't get so heavy. I swear. Okay. Stand over there. You'd better take off your shoulder pads. You might scare him. And close your eyes. Don't push it, Elliott. I'm not coming out there until your eyes are closed. Okay. They're closed. Mom is going to kill you. Okay. Swear it one more time. I have absolute power. You have absolute power. Elliott! Look what I made for you! Stop! Kids, I'm home! Guys? In the closet, fast. Anybody up there, kids? Anybody home? Hi, honey, how are you feel-
18 Apr 2012
3832
Share Video

5:56
Michael meets Princess Diana and Prince Charles in London during his Bad Tour concert in london on July 16, 1988 Michael told reporters he was "very excited" to meet the beloved royal. After their meeting, Michael would spend thousands of dollars on phone bills to Princess Diana. They would talk about feeling hunted and trapped by the paparazzi," Out of respect for Diana, Michael even took his hit "Dirty Diana" out of his set list for his shows -- until the princess called him up and told him to leave it in. Michael incontra la principessa Diana e il principe Carlo durante il suo bad tour a londra il 16 luglio 1988, Michael disse che era molto eccitato nell'incontrare l'amata principessa. Dopo il loro incontro Michael spese milioni di dollari di telefono per la principessa Diana, parlavano spesso di come si sentivano intrappolati e braccati dai paparazzi . Per rispetto alla Principessa Michael tolse dal concerto la hit dirty Diana fino a quando la principessa gli chiese di lasciarla .
31 Oct 2012
3813
Share Video

1:12
The clip waingro-and-michael-meet from Heat (1995) with Tom Sizemore, Kevin Gage. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Hey. Give me another refill. MAN: Now he wants a refill. What's your name? WAINGRO: Waingro. You're Michael, huh? You guys always work together? All the time. Real tight crew, huh? Real tight. Yeah, if this works good, I'd consider going again, you know. Yeah. Stop talking, okay, Slick?
3 Jun 2013
801
Share Video

1:26
Like the animated adventure? Check out all of the Rooster Teeth Podcast here: *******bit.ly/slOoBo Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures #25 tells how Michael met a drug dealer in New York City with an offer that was difficult to refuse... Animation by JayOrDan *******roosterteeth****/jayordan Audio from Rooster Teeth Podcast: *******roosterteeth****/podcast/episode.php?id=136
6 Jan 2012
3890
Share Video

0:45
While waiting for their train, the detectives get to know the grandmother and granddaughter
26 Jan 2013
58
Share Video

3:59
Download this song from iTunes here: *******itunes.apple****/us/album/the-cello-song/id438674588?i=438674608&ign-mpt=uo%3D4 Download off Amazon here: *******www.amazon****/The-Cello-Song/dp/B00524W28C/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1308581263&sr=8-1 Sheet music and minus track available at: www.stevensharpnelson**** You can follow Steve on Facebook here: *******www.facebook****/StevenSharpNelsonMusic Also make sure to go and "like" The Piano Guys on Facebook at: *******www.facebook****/PianoGuys Bow Cam: Thanks to the GoPro camera we were able to get this shot, you can check them out here.. *******www.GoPro**** Be sure to watch for the bow throw around 2:35! Every sound you hear was created by Steve playing his acoustic cellos (with one exception -- a subtle "hi-hat" noise made by his voice). The Cello Song is based on one of the most recognizable classical pieces ever written, J.S. Bach's Unaccompanied Cello Suite No. 1: Prelude. (Hint: Say Bach's title with an English accent and it sounds a lot better). It's been featured in a lot of movies (and car commercials)...Steven Sharp Nelson decided that this piece needed some accompaniment (Bach must have been busy and never got around to it? :) Adding some original material and 7 more cello parts stacked on top of each other, Steve has created a cool new sound that embellishes all the features that have made Bach's work so popular. The 7 new parts include drawn-out melodies which soar above fast arpeggios, strumming chords from a guitar-like part, shaker sounds (accomplished by rubbing the sides of the cello), tremolo (1:08-1:24), and a cello-banging percussion part (complete with kick drum). "Bach was an amazing composer -- one of the best that ever lived. He wasn't the greatest with titles though (smile)... As a consequence, no one can ever remember his Cello Suite's name...so when I'm asked to perform his piece people always say, 'hey, can you play that ... um ... that cello song?' And so in Bach's honor I name this adaptation of his amazing composition after what it has been naturally called for hundreds of years. Thanks for listening!" -Steven Sharp Nelson You may know Steve from his work with the amazing Pianist Jon Schmidt on tunes such as "Michael Meets Mozart" and "Love Story Meets Viva La Vida." Please check out those videos and visit Jon Schmidt's site: www.jonschmidt**** If you like this video SUBSCRIBE to THE PIANO GUYS -- without them this video would have remained a dream. They are super talented and super cool guys. THANK YOU PIANO GUYS! CREDITS: The Cello Song Arrangement & Original Material by Steven Sharp Nelson Performed by Steven Sharp Nelson (and seven of his clones) Based on J.S. Bach's Unaccompanied Cello Suite No. 1: Prelude Produced by Al van der Beek & Steven Sharp Nelson Recorded by Al van der Beek at ToyVan Media Studio Catering provided by Francois Video Produced by Paul Anderson & Tel Stewart of The Piano Guys
4 Jul 2011
5582
Share Video

6:01
Download MP3 here - *******thepianoguys****/newstore/pachelbels-canon-the-piano-guys.html Download from iTunes - *******itunes.apple****/us/album/pachelbels-canon-in-d-single/id531392117?ls=1 Download the SHEET MUSIC here - *******thepianoguys****/newstore/pachelbelcannond-sheet-music-nelson.html Become a FOUNDER of ThePianoGuys and get our LIMITED EDITION ALBUM (YouTube Hits Vol. 1) here: *******www.thepianoguys****/music SUBSCRIBE to our YOUTUBE Channel here: *******www.youtube****/subscription_center?add_user=thepianoguys Follow ThePianoGuys: Facebook: *******www.facebook****/pianoguys Twitter: *******twitter****/pianoguys Story behind the song: Ask any cellist. They'll tell you about what's it's like to play the cello part of Pachebel's Canon in D. It's the same 8 notes over and over and over again. The good news is, it's easy to memorize. The bad news is you don't know when to stop. There's a rumor floating around that says Pachelbel either died while writing it, never finishing the cello part, or that he dated a cellist and it did NOT go well. :P This arrangement is dedicated to all the cellists that have fallen asleep while playing this song...or at least wanted to fall asleep. Steven Sharp Nelson actually began writing this arrangment while bored at a wedding. :) Ahem...all the bitter cello-malice aside, Pachelbel's Canon in D (written in the 1600's) has stood the test of time -- celebrated as the most recognizable piece of classical music. We like to call it the "one-hit wonder of the 1600's." :) It really is an amazingly-catchy piece of music. It demonstrates the musical form of the "canon," when a melody is played and then repeated in a round by other voices. (watch how the melodies are passed from one cello to the next -- right to left) ALL THE SOUNDS YOU HEAR WERE CREATED BY THE CELLO -- bowing, plucking, strumming, and beating the cello any way possible. This arrangement was actually written before ThePianoGuys posted our first video, "Michael Meets Mozart" - but we hesitated filming it because of how involved the idea was. We've never used "extras" before! And the thought of staging a wedding, directing extras, and cloning Steve 4 times all in one video-shoot made us justifiably anxious. So we put it off. And put it off. And then put if off some more. One day Al van der Beek was skimming through our thousands of messages on Facebook and happened to see one with the title "wedding" in the subject line. A woman had emailed us about an opportunity to film at a big magazine-spread wedding photo shoot. It was perfect--they would have the location, flowers, actors, and even a cake. Everything we'd need. To make a long story short, we excitedly scheduled our video shoot for the same day as their photo shoot, but a few days prior to the day it fell apart. After much discussion we determined to move forward on faith that we could still work it out. Paul Anderson marshaled all sorts of connections and called on whomever he could and by nothing short of a miracle in a matter of days the wedding was all planned -- complete with a beautiful location, stunning decor, sharp tuxedos, fancy flowers, a photogenic bride and groom, 60 energetic guests, and an iced cake! The piece at the beginning that is just ending is Steven Sharp Nelson's 4-cello arrangement of "Thanks Be To Thee" (att. to Handel). Dowanload the full MP3 here: *******thepianoguys****/newstore/tender-mercy-digital-singles-mp3.html?___SID=U (TRACK 7 on the album "Tender Mercies" Download the sheet music to "Thanks Be To Thee" here: *******thepianoguys****/newstore/music-books/thanks-be-to-thee-sheet-music-nelson.html?___SID=U Thanks to our many "cameos" we're reluctantly-proud to admit that this is the first video where you can SEE ALL FIVE PIANO GUYS! Everyone appeared as themselves, except for Jon who got a little carried away with his characters. :) A HUGE thank you goes out to our vendors that made this wedding look so amazing. Please visit their sites and use them if you're planning a wedding! Bell Tower *******belltowercourtyard****/ Forever More Events *******forevermoreevents****/ Bloomers *******bybloomers****/ Another huge thank you goes out to all our extras -- family and friends that sacrificed an afternoon to make our little wedding look the part! You were all fantastic! And another thank you goes to Robin Saville of Bride Access who helped Steven Sharp Nelson conceptualize this video. www.brideaccess**** Credits Canon in D written by Johann Pachelbel (1600's) Arrangement written and produced by Al van der Beek & Steven Sharp Nelson Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studios Video produced by Paul Anderson & Tel Stewart Starring Steven Sharp Nelson, cellists Paul Anderson, himself Al van der Beek, himself Tel Stewart, himself Jon Schmidt, minister and hip old lady Shalley Sorenson, bride Zach Sorenson, groom Nicole Alfano, Wedding Coordinator
8 Jun 2012
6244
Share Video

4:40
MP3 download now available! Thanks to all for watching and listening. You guys are the best. Here's your link :) *******www.mediafire****/?ufjaqn3brzev5yp Sheet music PDF download coming soon as well! Sorry for the delay. For all you pianists and cellists, check back by the end of June :) I promise. Lady Gaga meets Journey, arranged and performed by David & Josh Ross. Video by Corey Jenkins. This arrangement mixes Lady Gaga's "Edge of Glory" with "Don't Stop Believin'" by Journey. Our style is inspired by Jon Schmidt and Steven Sharp Nelson, who created the brilliant mash-up "Love Story meets Viva la Vida", or "Love Story meets Love Story", as well as the hit "Michael meets Mozart." David Ross, piano. Josh Ross, cello. Sound & video by Corey Jenkins.
16 Jul 2012
3909
Share Video

3:54
This week on Rage Quit, Michael meets the most annoying gameshow host ever in Fuzion Frenzy 2 for the Xbox 360. At least he knows how to dress.
1 Nov 2012
4435
Share Video

50:33
List of songs 01 Coldplay - Paradise 02 Michael Meets Mozart - Jon Schmidt 03 Carol of the Bells 04 Adele - Rolling in the Deep 05 Bring Him Home - Les Misérables 06 David Guetta - Without You ft. Usher 07 Desert Symphony 08 Nearer My God to Thee 09 Secrets - OneRepublic 10 Bach is back 11 Bruno Mars - Just the Way You Are 12 Moonlight - Electric Cello 13 Elvis - Cant Help Falling in Love 14 Over the Rainbow - Somewhere YouTube: *******www.youtube****/user/ThePianoGuys Site: *******www.ThePianoGuys**** Link para obter esta compilação [link for this compilation]: *******keepvid****/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fyoutu.be%2F-CzUuqCXbhI AO FAZER O DOWNLOAD NÃO SE ESQUEÇA DE DIVULGAR ESTE ARTISTA TAMBEM BY DOWNLOADING DO NOT FORGET TO DISCLOSE THIS ARTIST
13 Nov 2012
6806
Share Video

5:33
Get the single on iTunes:*******itun.es/i6JH4dm Get the single on Amazon: *******amzn.to/UyO3fC Get our new album on Amazon****: *******amzn.to/QoFwML Download Song off our website here: *******thepianoguys****/newstore/ Lindsey's on Tour! Check out the dates here: *******tickets.turnupgroup****/eventperformances.asp?evt=18 Subscribe to Lindsey Stirling's channel: *******www.youtube****/subscription_center?add_user=Lindseystomp Follow Lindsey Stirling on Facebook: *******www.facebook****/lindseystirlingmusic Subscribe to ThePianoGuys channel: *******www.youtube****/subscription_center?add_user=thepianoguys Follow ThePianoGuys on Facebook: *******www.facebook****/PianoGuys ALL THE SOUNDS YOU HEAR WERE CREATED BY THE INSTRUMENTS SHOWN The Story: It was May of 2011... a few days after Lindsey Stirling and ThePianoGuys had each filmed their first official YouTube videos ("Spontaneous Me" and "Michael Meets Mozart"). Lindsey and Steven Sharp Nelson (cello guy) shared the stage at a concert. After the show they talked enthusiastically about a YouTube collaboration down the road. A year and a half and a million fan requests later and it's finally here! We love Lindsey Stirling! It feels like we're family -- we started on YouTube around the same time, we "grew up" in the same place, we all LOVE what we do and we're all REALLY good dancers...except for ThePianoGuys. =) We chose the theme from "Mission: Impossible" because we thought it would be a great music video to "be ourselves" in -- to play off each other, throw in some special effects, a couple "stunts," and some slapstick! The concept for the song and video began with spy gadgets -- we wanted all of them to be string instrument parts! Then how would we pair up graceful, pro-dancer Lindsey and not-so-graceful Steve? =) It was simple. Steve had to carry around his own chair! Then the graceful/not-so-graceful thing contrasted beautifully! When Jon Schmidt (Piano Guy) was cast as the "villain" and donned an eye patch we knew we were on to something... We composed this arrangement with the story of the video in mind -- a tense beginning building up the intrigue, a back-and-forth theme traded between violin and cello implying the partner-agent roles, lasers, the "reveal" moment of Jon, repelling, and the hectic, scrambled ending. We wanted a little more thematic material to work with, so in addition to some original material, we merged Mission: Impossible with the first movement of Mozart's "Piano Sonata in C" (here's a recording of the original: *******www.youtube****/watch?v=JcUh-ggBfzI). But, of course, we sped it up, transposed it into A minor and changed the time signature to 5/4! It became Jon's "villain theme." And yes, Jon is really playing THAT fast. At the end in order to create a musical feeling of "pandemonium" we wrote the piano part, reversed it and randomized the notes, tweaking them until they clicked. And for you rhythm enthusiasts, at times you'll hear a 4/4 time signature in the percussion imposed on the 5/4 timing to add to the intrigue and mayhem! This video was in over its head before we even started filming. We planned a base-jumping scene for the beginning that didn't end up working out. The restaurant was a last-minute idea that we threw together as an intro. We were concerned that the laser and reppelling scenes would also die from over-complicatedness, but thanks to the genius and hard work of Paul Anderson and Tel Stewart we pulled them off! Filming locations: THANK YOU to Stephen Wade Auto for serving as our last minute filming location when all others fell through! They were so nice to us and let us film in their place all through the night and they saved us on the reppelling scene! Check out their website here: *******www.stephenwade****/ Facbook here: *******www.facebook****/StephenWadeAutoCenter Thanks also to the Tonaquint Data Center for allowing us to use their facility in getting the cool "Mission: Impossible" feel. Check their website here: *******www.tonaquintdc****/ Facebook here: *******www.facebook****/pages/Tonaquint-Data-Centers-Inc Thank you also to Benja's Thai food restaurant *******benjathai****/ for staying open late so we could get the beginning shots for the video! (Best Thai Food in Southern Utah!) Last but not least, thank you to Stan Plew at Dixie College for letting us film late at The Jeffrey R. Holland building. If you've read this far this description will self-destruct in 5...4...3...2... Credits: Mission Impossible written by Lalo Schifrin Piano Sonato in C by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart K. 545 first movement ThePianoGuys Arrangment produced by Al van der Beek and Steven Sharp Nelson Arrangement and original material written by Steven Sharp Nelson, Al van der Beek, Jon Schmidt, and Lindsey Stirling Recorded, mixed and mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studio Video produced by Paul Anderson and Tel Stewart
10 Jan 2013
6059
Share Video

3:17
from queer as folk - season 1 - episode 5. michael meet for the first time the handsome chiropractor - david cameron.
15 May 2013
3922
Share Video

10:03
Clark lays down the law at a deli after his luncheon meat is ruined. Afterwards, Clark and Michael meet up with Tom and Derek for a meal and a writing session
21 May 2013
104
Share Video

6:04
Pre-Order "Wonders" on iTunes, Amazon here: *******smarturl.it/wonders_pre-order ________________________ We're on Tour! *******smarturl.it/tpgtour Buy Sheet Music: *******smarturl.it/Sheet_Music New Album here: *******smarturl.it/NewAlbum Buy song here: *******smarturl.it/rockelbel ________________________ Subscribe to our main channel: *******smarturl.it/TPGsubscribe1 Subscribe to our BTS channel: *******smarturl.it/TPGsubscribe2 Follow us on Facebook: *******www.facebook****/PianoGuys Follow us on Twitter: *******www.twitter****/PianoGuys ________________________ Special thanks to Underfunded Film Productions for the green screen rental. *******ufprentals**** Story behind the song: Ask any cellist. They'll tell you about what's it's like to play the cello part of Pachebel's Canon in D. It's the same 8 notes over and over and over again. The good news is, it's easy to memorize. The bad news is you don't know when to stop. There's a rumor floating around that says Pachelbel either died while writing it, never finishing the cello part, or that he dated a cellist and it did NOT go well. This arrangement is dedicated to all the cellists that have fallen asleep while playing this song...or at least wanted to fall asleep. Steven Sharp Nelson actually began writing this arrangment while bored at a wedding. Ahem...all the bitter cello-malice aside, Pachelbel's Canon in D (written in the 1600's) has stood the test of time -- celebrated as the most recognizable piece of classical music. We like to call it the "one-hit wonder of the 1600's." It really is an amazingly-catchy piece of music. It demonstrates the musical form of the "canon," when a melody is played and then repeated in a round by other voices. (watch how the melodies are passed from one cello to the next - right to left) ALL THE SOUNDS YOU HEAR WERE CREATED BY THE CELLO -- bowing, plucking, strumming, and beating the cello any way possible. This arrangement was written before ThePianoGuys posted our first video, "Michael Meets Mozart" - but we hesitated filming it because of how involved the idea was. We've never used "extras" before! And the thought of staging a wedding, directing extras, and cloning Steve 4 times all in one video-shoot made us justifiably anxious. So we put it off. And put it off. And then put if off some more. One day Al van der Beek was skimming through our thousands of messages on Facebook and happened to see one with the title "wedding" in the subject line. A woman emailed us about an opportunity to film at a big magazine-spread wedding photo shoot. It was perfect--they would have the location, flowers, actors, and even a cake. Everything we'd need. To make a long story short, we excitedly scheduled our video shoot for the same day as their photo shoot, but a few days prior to the day it fell apart. After much discussion we determined to move forward on faith that we could still work it out. Paul Anderson marshaled all sorts of connections and called on whomever he could and by nothing short of a miracle in a matter of days the wedding was all planned -- complete with a beautiful location, stunning decor, sharp tuxedos, fancy flowers, a photogenic bride and groom, 60 energetic guests, and an iced cake! The piece at the beginning that is just ending is Steven Sharp Nelson's 4-cello arrangement of "Thanks Be To Thee" (att. to Handel). Dowanload the full MP3 here: *******thepianoguys****/newstore/tender-mercy-digital-singles-mp3.html?___SID=U (TRACK 7 on the album "Tender Mercies" Download the sheet music to "Thanks Be To Thee" here: *******thepianoguys****/newstore/music-books/thanks-be-to-thee-sheet-music-nelson.html?___SID=U Thanks to our many "cameos" we're reluctantly-proud to admit that this is the first video where you can SEE ALL FIVE PIANO GUYS! Everyone appeared as themselves, except for Jon who got a little carried away with his characters. :) A HUGE thank you goes out to our vendors that made this wedding look so amazing. Please visit their sites and use them if you're planning a wedding! Bell Tower *******belltowercourtyard****/ Forever More Events *******forevermoreevents****/ Bloomers *******bybloomers****/ Another huge thank you goes out to all our extras, family and friends that sacrificed an afternoon to make our little wedding look the part! And another thank you goes to Robin Saville of Bride Access who helped Steven Sharp Nelson conceptualize this video. www.brideaccess**** Credits Canon in D written by Johann Pachelbel (1600's) Arrangement written and produced by Al van der Beek & Steven Sharp Nelson Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studios Video produced by Paul Anderson & Tel Stewart Starring Steven Sharp Nelson, cellists Paul Anderson, himself Al van der Beek, himself Tel Stewart, himself Jon Schmidt, minister and hip old lady Shalley Sorenson, bride Zach Sorenson, groom Nicole Alfano, Wedding Coordinator
23 Sep 2014
87260
Share Video