Bill Engvall: Aged & Confused
Bringing his trademark charm and disarming wit to the stage, popular comedian and actor Bill Engvall stars in this stand-up comedy special that finds the down-home funnyman riffing on the absurdities of life in the modern world. Engvall skewers such diverse topics as the aging process, the changing role of men in contemporary families, the joys of an empty nest and cell phone users who behave rudely.
Bringing his trademark charm and disarming wit to the stage, popular comedian and actor Bill Engvall stars in this stand-up comedy special that finds the down-home funnyman riffing on the absurdities of life in the modern world. Engvall skewers such diverse topics as the aging process, the changing role of men in contemporary families, the joys of an empty nest and cell phone users who behave rudely. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bill Engvall: Aged & Confused torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Parts of this movie work very well, parts of it don't. It's a combination of 4 true stories, and I feel the Zhang Ke spend an uneven amount of time developing them. Still worth seeing, just not an epic that I would love from this guy. Also noted, more fun than his other films, just not as good.
(ag) wrote: Jack Reacher plays by his rules only!
(fr) wrote: My problem with this is in reality nobody actually just eats at McDonalds unless they have some sort of mental issue that forces them to do so! I reckon if you just lived on baked beans your body wouldn't get the nourishment it needs and suffer devastating consequences! Well done but pointless!
(ru) wrote: I appreciated the film's mocking address to conventional animated characters, especially in the opening scene, which is by far the best part. However the story sagged too much in the middle, as there wasn't much going on. The finale was certainly cartoonish but lame (how can mobsters miss every shot?). I also felt nothing for the boy, as he had no personality and expressionlessly rode his bike for most of the movie. At least this film is stylistically original.
(ca) wrote: Kathy bates gives the strongest performance a fake lesbian could do!
(it) wrote: A surreal psychological thriller and mystery through dreams and reality, often jumping between them. It does get to be quite a confusing story at times, but I think i got a better grasp on it the second time through. By Satoshi Kon, who also did Millenium Actress and Tokyo Godfathers (the latter particularly recommended). It's a shame he died of pancreatic cancer before he could share more of his gift.
(es) wrote: Far-fetched, but entertaining, even though the end was easy to see coming from a long way off. John Hurt was his usual excellent self. The man can act anything or anyone. He could convince you he's a psychopath or the sweetest guy on earth. He can be anything, and he's always worth watching, no matter what he's in.
(de) wrote: Classic James Stewart at his best.
(au) wrote: Good movie girls enjoy it
(gb) wrote: Funny in a few parts, but not nearly as funny as the first, which is fairly par for the course as sequels go. The plot in this one was actually a bit better, if that is saying anything at all. Worth a look if you want a few laughs.
(it) wrote: It was funny at some point but mostly it warmed my heart, some people are lucky even if they don't realize that immediately. Cast was good, felt real not being incredibly presentable and all.
(de) wrote: A below par Pirates movie, Not as good as I hoped it would be but much better than At Worlds End, Johnny Depp does well to carry on the series without most of the original cast involved, The 3D was ok but not great or used an awful lot, Nothing special but worth a look (Just).
(de) wrote: Suspenseful crime drama centered around an agreement between two strangers to commit the perfect crime. Classic Hitchcock.
(kr) wrote: It's the end of the world again and a young white woman has a choice to make: white guy or black guy to play Adam to her Eve? The World The Flesh and The Devil (1959) gets a reboot, with the inner city location changed to out in the country. No matter, after 56 years the gist of the thing is still about race and the seething distrust of the otherness (and so forget about progress). See the original first. Still the actors and production involve one in the storytelling, regardless how foregone the conclusion.
(au) wrote: Holy shit dude, see this movie. Gritty, uncomfortable, beautifully shot.