All Star Comedy Jam: Live from South Beach

All Star Comedy Jam: Live from South Beach

Shaquille O'Neal turns up the heat for the second edition of the All Star Comedy Jam, with the legendary D.L. Hughley playing emcee and stand-up sharpshooters Earthquake, Lavell Crawford, Melanie Comarcho and Arnez J. topping the bill. Filmed at the Fillmore Miami Beach as part of the 2009 American Black Film Festival, the no-limits sketch revue taps the Original Kings of Comedy vein and gets the funny on.

The all-star comedy line-up includes host D.L. Hughley and featured comics Earthquake, Lavell Crawford, Melanie Comarcho, and Arnez J. This unforgettable night of comedy was filmed in front... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


All Star Comedy Jam: Live from South Beach torrent reviews

Zachary B (de) wrote: After 100 minutes of style over substance, Gia Coppola's "Palo Alto" will have you either remembering those idiots from high school or recalling how you used to be one of them.

Joetaeb D (fr) wrote: A stylistic yet uninspired retread of I know what you did last summer (I didn't really like that film either), Sorority Row fails to distinguish itself from it's inspirations.

Rafael B (nl) wrote: Wachowski Brothers Destroyed another Classic!This is a Terrible adaptation of an Classic Anime... this is why i hate American Remakes of Japanese animes!

Loreno V (au) wrote: At first, I thought Franco was just a run of the mill pretty boy who would never get over that hump. The last few movies I have seen with him have shown me a lot of potential and this one did the same. There is a lot of potential for his acting and his directorial skills although he still needs to polish them a little bit more. The best thing about the movie was Franco's acting and I think I wouldn't mind watching his next film.

RiP M (fr) wrote: Not so much told in vignettes, but revealed slowly and by suggestion. Naughty poster aside, this is sad, profound and has a shattering climax.

Konrad S (gb) wrote: Great nazisploitation classic! One of the best exploitation movies ever made, seriously :) If you didn't watch it, beware of boobs and sadism... but that's what we love, ok?

Aldo M (jp) wrote: With all the due respect, a director like David Lynch looks an amateur, in front of this Bunuel-Dal work ...

Jon R (ag) wrote: 2014 FILM: "NIGHTCRAWLER"Director: Dan GilroyLead Actors: Jake Gyllenhaal/Rene Russo/Bill PaxtonPULSE-POUNDING! TASTEFULLY OUTLANDISH!VICIOUSLY BRILLIANT! FIERCELY COMPELLING! I can assure you there was absolutely no beginners luck for rookie director Dan Gilroy and that his sensational (2014) directional debut film "Nightcrawler" was hands down the BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR! A genuine masterpiece from start to finish and it's remarkably the most surprising and unforgettable film that I've seen since Ryan Gosling's 2011 film "Drive."Equally responsible for the films magnificent outcome was Jake Gyllenhaal and what I truly believe to be his greatest performance yet. Gyllenhaal's impeccably gripping, sadistic, restless and unshakable performance of sociopathic loner Lou Bloom is considerably the most pristinely portrayed sociopath of all time, dethroning even "American Psychos" longtime number one sociopath Patrick Bateman played by Christian Bale.

Bill J (es) wrote: The cameraman couldn't keep the camera still. And terrible actors

Jennifer B (gb) wrote: Pretty fun look at film! Good to show in classes because there are a lot of modern speakers and films, while they still pay homage to old film and the work that goes into film. They also touch on how censorship hinders free speech as well as how companies have used film to manipulate the masses to their benefit. They mention minority in film; including female directors, blacks and natives and war in film. Lots of film fun done with a thorough take on topics that youth may find interesting

Ashley K (fr) wrote: Tawny Kitaen was easy on the eye before the cocaine and booze.

Tom R (it) wrote: Though not as great as the book was, it was a very enjoyable movie.

Pablo G (ca) wrote: 3.2/5Nina Forever is more of a dark comedy than anything else, and thankfully it knows it enough not to go around proclaiming itself as a horror film, and its exactly that style that makes the film mostly enjoyable even if by half of its runtime one can start noticing that it has very little in the innovation department.