Alonzo Bodden: Who's Paying Attention
The hilarious comedian familiar to audiences around the world from his many radio, television and movie appearances tackles his favorite related topics: the decline of civilization and the rise of pop culture. From declining home values to the swine flu, Alonzo Bodden's paying very funny attention to it.
"Last Comic standing" star Alonzo Bodden tackles the absurdity of pop culture and the decline of western civilization in this hilarious 2010 New York stand-up concert. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Alonzo Bodden: Who's Paying Attention torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Imagine your I.Q. oozing out of your ears like the pus of popped pimple and you have some small idea of what sitting through this is like. I wondered about global problems and my own place in the grand scheme of things ... would the aliens finally arrive and find my shriveled remains fetidly decaying in front of a hunk of plastic and electronics with this DVD as my last will and testament? I shuddered as their screeching laughter filled my dank apartment.I did like Yancy Butler though.
(fr) wrote: Preposterous, portentious, what a waste !
(ca) wrote: This has been one of my favorites for a while. Didn't realize I hadn't rated it.
(kr) wrote: Well Made Psychological Fim And Great Performance By Sisto But Not That Great Of A Payoff.
(ru) wrote: An interesting experience as we see the entire film through the eyes of Anthony Wong's Kai character, who is a completely reprehensible asshole, a murderer and a rapist who at first doesn't even know that he's infected and spreading this disease, then seems to revel in it.Gooey, splattery effects go for the gross out most of the time, but overall it's just a grimy feeling that you get watching this unpleasant guy go about his life.Worth a rental for fans of the more extreme side of things.
(fr) wrote: Hard to recommend the movie for all of its faults, but Morgan Freeman's performance is borderline amazing.
(gb) wrote: This is great fun, a really good B-film by cult maestro Jack Hill. although its classic exploitational material (gratuitous breast shots: check; girl-on-girl fighting: check; flicknives: check; black panthers: check), there is a real heart to it, and the film is expertly made. The film also has political points (although well-disguised) about revolution and collectivism.Great soundtrack, too. Now, can we get that ugly big-headed freak off the packaging, and the bullshit 'Rolling Thunder Presents' removed from the credits?
(nl) wrote: Who knew the quartet of Horror-Meisters Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff, and Basil Rathbone were such splendiferous comedians? Madcap Roger Corman romp scripted by the great Richard Matheson, chronicaling the difficulties an undertaker has in "drumming up" business. The four principles, especially Basil Rathbone, really let loose & leave no holds barred in this zany look at the life of the despicable mortician Trumbull (Price), his bouncy, buxom wife Amaryllis (The delightful & under-rated Joyce Jameson), bewildered assistant Gilley (Peter Lorre), doddering father-in-law Amos (Boris Karloff), & cataleptic arch-nemesis Mr Black (A thoroughly-enjoyable Rathbone, here clearly relishing a rare comic turn-). Wildly funny.
(kr) wrote: As far as studio-manufactured biopics go, "Queen Christina" is a pretty decent one. Greta Garbo commands the screen with her vibrant performance as the beloved Swedish Monarch of the 17th century. It's clear that she wears the pants in her country, and she literally does in the film, making her quite a distinctive costumee. Her romantic leading man, the then struggling John Gilbert, can barely hold his own against her, an ironic reversal from their silent film pairings prior. Some smart editing and flourishes of humour liven up what might have been stuffy and dry.
(ag) wrote: Hasn't aged a day, gripping and mind-bending, a masterpiece