Bill Burr: Let It Go

Bill Burr: Let It Go

It’s always been a dream of mine to do a show at the Fillmore. The name itself is synonymous with legendary performances. Countless iconic musicians and comedians have been on that stage. To be a part of that history was something I’ll never forget. As much as I was trying to keep my head together before the show, I couldn’t help but feel like a tourist or just some random dude who won a contest. LET IT GO represents the culmination of material I developed on the road from 2008-2009. As always thanks to everyone who came out to my shows, laughed at the funny stuff and stared during the bombing. I hope you enjoy it. – Bill Burr

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Bill Burr: Let It Go torrent reviews

Heather M (ru) wrote: The trailer looks awful so I won't be watching this movie.

Cem B (ru) wrote: really seductive movie ;)

Chris D (ag) wrote: I guess Russell Crowe couldn't *Takes Off Sunglasses* raise the's storytelling at its worse and you just won't care about the outcome of this ransom misadventure - Pamela Reed and David Caruso are equally obnoxious in their roles.

Alec B (au) wrote: Its definitely low budget and I would really have liked to see this great cast do this on stage (as they did before filming) but it has some really great performances. David Tennant's Hamlet is one of the most unique versions of the character I've seen.

Michael F (ru) wrote: john waynes acting in this movie was superb, along with james caan (sonny corleone in the godfather) whose acting was also great. the movie itself had an awesome plot, which kept the story interesting for the viewer. it truly is an explanation of the dukes perfect acting in his many hits

Dylan R (us) wrote: This movie is amazing! It featured 3 great things:1. dogs2. Italian food3. catchy tunesThree great pillars to an amazing film! This is one of them.

Stephen S (ru) wrote: Pretty interesting. The way this movie plays out is pretty cool, culminating in one of the best "gotcha" moments I've ever seen in a movie.

Amanda D (kr) wrote: Somebody copied somebody's script, because this premise, and even some of the plot points, are exactly the same as "Birdman." Unfortunately for "The Humbling," "Birdman" is much more interesting.

Craig B (ca) wrote: Horrible interpretation of the story "Where are you going, Where have you been?".