Andrew Dice Clay: No Apologies

Andrew Dice Clay: No Apologies

The Dice-Man, live at Long Island's Westbury Music Fair, poses such questions as "Why am I a bad guy for talking dirty, when other celebrities like Madonna and Woody Allen are doing much worse?" The infamously potty-mouthed comic is at his raunchy, bitingly funny best, exploring topics like masculinity and world politics. And of course, no Andrew Dice Clay performance would be complete without his signature naughty nursery rhymes.

The Dice-Man, live at Long Island's Westbury Music Fair, poses such questions as "Why am I a bad guy for talking dirty, when other celebrities like Madonna and Woody Allen are doing much worse?" The infamously potty-mouthed comic is at his raunchy, bitingly funny best, exploring topics like masculinity and world politics. And of course, no Andrew Dice Clay performance would be complete without his signature naughty nursery rhymes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Andrew Dice Clay: No Apologies torrent reviews

Stahl M (us) wrote: Made $8.00 opening night in the UK...

Jane O (it) wrote: Second rate movie that makes no sense!

Nick S (kr) wrote: I have ALWAYS loved this series and loved the Conqueror of Shamballa. That was an excellent movie

Carlos Z (de) wrote: Enjoyable and feel-good movie about the first Indians to play baseball.

Joe A (es) wrote: Yet another detective thriller in the "Se7en" mode as a NY detective is haunted by a previous case while a new case starts to have some disturbing similarities. Willem Dafoe is fine as always as the neurotic compulsive detective though costar Speedman just seems out of place. Film starts out interesting but, the somber mood and lethargic pace finally wear the viewer down long before the final frames.

(us) wrote: It's so funny and amazing

Nathan W (ca) wrote: One of the most incredible and moving filming I have ever seen. An amazing film with a true, powerful story.

Jake A (it) wrote: Concluding the story arc that began with the Wrath of Khan, this film takes on a more lighthearted and comedic approach while still managing to expand upon the characters and deal with serious subjects. The comedy also genuinely works (doesn't feel forced at all), the plot may well be ludicrous but it is still fun, the score and audio effects are good and Leonard Nimoy ends the trilogy he has been a big part of behind the screen and on it in a jubilant way.

Bethany E (ag) wrote: thats all u have to do live a little love a little u will be ok

vwgraphicsyahoocom v (ca) wrote: no good,,,i fell asleep

Monny M (fr) wrote: Saw this with the kids. Better than the first two. Kids enjoyed it, but had to explain a lot.

Hayden H (es) wrote: It's intriguing but nothing is all it leads up to, which is a shame since Watson and Hawke did such a great job with what they are given

Caren W (es) wrote: The end of an era... I am sad now.