Anden live i Cirkusbygningen - Hva' snakker du om?
Anders "Anden" Matthesens anmelderroste Stand-up show, der fik publikum rundt om på de danske teatre til at skrige af grin (eller skride i pausen) i 2000 - 2001.Om et show der deler navn med Børneradios populære satire cd (som er lavet af den samme mand) ...men som alligevel er noget helt andet!Om et Onemandshow med 4 mand på scenen?Om 2 timers varieret komik, lige fra klassisk stand-up til musik, sketches og et væld af gæster.
Anders "Anden" Matthesens anmelderroste Stand-up show, der fik publikum rundt om på de danske teatre til at skrige af grin (eller skride i pausen) i 2000 - 2001.Om et show der deler navn med Børneradios populære satire cd (som er lavet af den samme mand) ...men som alligevel er noget helt andet!Om et Onemandshow med 4 mand på scenen?Om 2 timers varieret komik, lige fra klassisk stand-up til musik, sketches og et væld af gæster. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Anden live i Cirkusbygningen - Hva' snakker du om? torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: This movie has some slow parts but ultimately a very good film. Very suspenseful and realistic.
(de) wrote: Awesome recommendation from Ron. See this and you'll want to be a parking lot attendant.
(ru) wrote: Not long ago I read the novel "The Monster of Florence," in which the Italian "justice" system was, well ... put it this way: I no longer care to visit Italy as an American tourist. Now comes director Erik Gandini's documentary "Videocracy," and it's frightened me away from Italian television. OK, OK, so I don't watch Italian TV, anyway. But Gandini's film elevates the corrupting influence of television to a whole new level. According to Gandini, Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has managed to sway an entire electorate with a televisual combination of sex, youth, and beauty. Berlusconi, a charismatic media mogul and three-time prime minister, has used his television and magazine monopoly to convince the Italian populace that, with just a bit of good fortune, every last one of them can live the good life. As Gandini narrates over the film's final images: "Anyone can become popular. You just need to be seen." Gandini shows the folly of this daydream by juxtaposing the pathetic stabs at stardom by Ricky, a talentless young mechanic, with the life of luxury and decadence enjoyed by Berlusconi and his shady acquaintances, including baby-faced talent agent Lele Mora and paparazzo king Fabrizio Corona, whose hobbies include extortion and nude preening for Gandini's cameras. (Some of you ladies might consider this scene worth the price of admission; Corona is, ahem, blessed -- and not the least bit camera shy.) None of this is a revelation, of course. The "cult of celebrity" has been examined and re-examined in this country and elsewhere for decades. But unless Gandini's film is a gross exaggeration of conditions in his native country, we might all do well to turn off the tube and pick up a good book instead. Unless it's "The Monster of Florence," that is.
(br) wrote: Narrated by Jay Leno, this musical with animation like a Christmas card about the theft of Santa's sack is a guaranteed day brightener.
(br) wrote: this is another good movie....micheal douglas and demi moore are excellent co-stars...
(au) wrote: It's pronounced la-may.
(de) wrote: Wrong Turn without the action, blood and suspense. Good location and decent acting however I found myself bored a lot of the time. Not gory at all nor good slash just the opening death worth watching.
(gb) wrote: I first saw this years ago in Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie. Even as a kid I never found the film version as entertaining as the series. But seeing the film on its own years later, I can kind of see why. It is not nearly as bad as the films the show had already gone through over the years, and their jokes don't feel as great when poking fun at something that is average, not horrendous as per usual. The make up effects, the monster costume, the matte paintings, the opticals, and even the sets are all pretty state of the art for their day, even if they all seem just a cut below Forbidden Planet. But unlike Forbidden Planet the film has only a half realized script. Its story is interesting and unique, but it sort of falls apart half-way through, becomes sort of a slow moving pointless monster film with no real ending. Every plot line just sort of ends anti-climatically. If they spent half as much time on the script as they had on the amazing visuals, this film wouldn't be as forgotten as it has sort of become. In the end I'll stick with Forbidden Planet.
(de) wrote: A nerd is bullied into entering a haunted amusement park at night by a gang of jocks. A girl (who soon demonstrates that she can rank up there with the classic scream queens) in the group feels badly for him, and follows into the park. They are tormented and tortured by the monstrous inhabitants of the funplex (titular badie voiced by Tim Curry, while Michael Winslow and Lance Hendrickson lend their voices to others). Cool old school monsters manned by puppeteers. For fans of Basket Case, Society, Head of the Family, Tales from the Crypt, etc. The characters' believable reactions to the odd circumstances and terror they experience help to make this a definite modern classic!
(nl) wrote: Wow, Godzilla who came out 1998 had thousand times better graphics then this. It's a really terrible movie, just .. Don't watch it.