Bill Cosby: Far from Finished

Bill Cosby: Far from Finished

Bill Cosby shares his hilarious new observations on life and family in this comedy special, his first televised concert in 30 years.

Bill Cosby is "Far From Finished." In his first special in thirty years, he leaves the audience asking, "How did he get inside our house?" Whether he's talking about friendship, love or ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Khaled M (mx) wrote: Beautifully choreographed, the performers are remarkable and the set design is magical and spectacular.

kelly (au) wrote: I'm a sucker for a piece like this: the film-maker takes a set of subjects, usually a small amount in the range of 3 to 6 and interviews them all seperately, never has them meet or needs to see them meet, but uses some central theme, some shared condition to unify true stories that one would usually consider to be in totally different worlds from each other. Basically, these films show us the constants of being human and reveal our universal qualities. They place a spotlight at a millimeter distance from the human condition and show it to us. Does this film ever get to that lofty, poetic, and transcendent place? Not for me, but I see that it has the elements to do it for other people. One thing that is not universal after all, are our emotional reactions to art. I think this is a must watch. I really love the tie-in element of the Greek puppetry theatre, and the film-maker picked some incredibly interesting subjects.

Dan P (mx) wrote: "Look, sir, we lost our friends and we just need your help findin' them, that's all."

Carlos R (jp) wrote: One of the worst "comedies" I've ever seen. I really hate it and Cedric the Entertainer is really annoying.

David F (de) wrote: This movie is like an Edward Hopper painting come to life, complete with lonely, desperate characters moving about a post-war America of unequal prosperity and upsetting change. Oh, and Freudianism.

Bob W (gb) wrote: Weak adaptation of the gothic horror family saga. The book sold millions of copies and spawned a number of sequels, but this is a listless abuse laden trainwreck.

C H (mx) wrote: Tem um qu de tragdia grega: vilo e heri tambm tem ambos lados, seus lados bons e maus, ao mesmo tempo.

Kevin R (mx) wrote: I have plans, you see, and there's no room for you in them.Roy Earle has recently been released from prison and is on his way to Nevada to execute a heist to get his money and life together. While in a small town, he meets a disabled girl and falls in love; unfortunately, commitment doesn't take place but he holds a special place in his heart for her. He executes the heist, falls for another, but feels obligated to ensure the girl has the right direction in life. After seeing she has been cured of her disability and still doesn't want him, the gangster moves on but the heist may catch up with him."You always hope you can get out, it kind of keeps you going."Raoul Walsh, director of Objective, Burma; White Heat; The Roaring Twenties; Band of Angels; Cheyenne; Silver River; Glory Alley; and Sea Devils, delivers High Sierra. The storyline for this picture is amazing and well told. The characters are extremely dynamic and well presented and I adored the dialogue. The acting is outstanding and the cast includes Humphrey Bogart, Ida Lupino, Joan Leslie, Arthur Kennedy, and Henry Hull."You don't love her anymore, do you?""No. You wouldn't have asked if you didn't already know."I grabbed this off Turner Classic Movies (TCM) because it starred the great Humphrey Bogart. I absolutely adored his character and felt this was the perfect role for him. The ultimate evolution of his character was perfect. I also loved the interactions between characters and how the story concluded. This movie is pretty close to perfect. I strongly recommend seeing this picture."Everything is as it should, grass is still green, trees are still growing."Grade: A

Tanner B (jp) wrote: City Lights (1931) ????Chaplin's sweetest film is among his very funniest as the Tramp falls in love with a blind flower girl and tries to gather money to aid her medically. Warm, touching, constantly hilarious; a masterpiece.

Jack S (ag) wrote: Wayne's World! Wayne's World! Party On!

Jim H (es) wrote: A boy comes of age in a Welsh village.A sprawling, ambitious epic of a film, How Green Was My Valley wreaks of nostalgia, in the voice over, in the salt-of-the-earth characters, and the cursory treatment it gives its themes. While many of these nostalgia films achieve a universality, I found the characters ultimately unrealized and unexplored. For example, Angharad's love affair with the preacher, which is aborted by her marriage to an upper class man, is portrayed only slightly, and the next time we see her, she is miserable. But what about the interceding time? What about the preacher's life between then and now? Whereas a good epic like War and Peace leaves none of its main characters ignored, this one satisfies itself with episodic fragments.Overall, epics like this one are tricky, and I think director John Ford bit off more that he could chew.