Bill Hicks: Relentless
Outspoken and raw, not mincing matters, Bill Hicks tells us that, just like smokers, non-smokers also die every day - with jogging instructor Jim Fixx as an example -, asks women what's so terrible about giving head, talks us through what really happened during the 1990-1991 Gulf War and how the used technology could have also been used to feed the poor of the world.
Bill Hicks tells us how he feels about non-smokers, blow-jobs, religion, war and peace, drugs and music. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bill Hicks: Relentless torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Detachment is an uneven mess but at the same time it's impossible to take your eyes off it. Weird.
(de) wrote: I honestly have no idea why people love this movie. I love comedies of all sorts, and this should've been right up my alley- Woody Harrelson, zombies, violence- but it was just dull, stupid, insipid, and I didn't laugh one single time. For comedy with zombies, there are much better options than this lowest-common-denominator pandering horsecrap.
(ag) wrote: A shockingly dazzling picture. That's what I got from watching more than half and a hour. For most of the first half hour I cannot hold my drowsiness, but after Gouichi arrived in China, it feels like the film is finally started. Overall, it is not one of the best works of Yimou. The film also lacks of strong characterization; I almost thought Gouichi isn't a professional since he looked more fragile and unconvincing (for the first half time). Lucky me I was wrong.The driving force of the story is the reason beyond the journey. Like every journey we had known, Gouichi also finds his journey is more than a hopeless way to reconcile with his son; after all, he's wasting too much time to detour to the village and gotten lost on the way back home. But it is a worthwhile journey. He never gets the chance to reconcile with his son, but the journey mirrors his own reasoning. When the son dies, he grows a father-son-like relationship with Yang Yang who in contrast never sees his own father. They are destined to meet each other; as Gouichi meets Yang Yang, he starts to reconcile with his past while Yang Yang starts to know a fatherly love he never received before.Filled with the beauty of the inland of China and its oriental art, the film delivers a deeply poetical life of a father (Jiamen's paternal love is also represented by Gouichi's) and son (Kenichi's father-hating character is represented by Yang Yang). It is not as good as his previous films, not even close to Red Lantern. But for the sake of so-called unexpected turn by a major filmmaker, the film does a lot enough to impress its audience universally.
(ag) wrote: We've hit the reset button yet again. Jason X is another one-off entry in the series which largely ignores what came before and changes things so much that no film picked up where it left off. Horror sequels tend to function ineffectively in a vacuum and Jason X is no exception, it's a tough watch. I never realized it before but in many ways this film is a futuristic remake of Jason Takes Manhattan. Think about it, most of the action takes place on a ship, Jason is surrounded by undergraduates, there's a professor/student seduction scene, Jason's makeup is lacking, and it's all god-awful rubbish. I don't understand the thinking here. The last two films took Jason away from camp and both were huge failures with the fan base, how can you make this mistake a third straight time? Once again I'll state the obvious: Jason in space is a dumb idea. I've heard this film described as "Jason for the Matrix generation" and maybe that's true. Jason X was built around a futuristic aesthetic using all sorts of CGI shots of space flight and sci-fi weaponry and, you know what, who cares? Since when did people watch these films for the digital effects? The answer is never. The filmmakers even go so far as to create an android character who looks like Carrie-Anne Moss's Trinity and include a rapid-cut fight scene with her and Jason near the end of the film. The idea that an audience member would be thrilled or entertained by this makes me ill. Much like Jason Goes to Hell this film comes off as more of an action-focused production and doesn't much bother with suspense or scares, not even cheap ones. A good example of this would be the second act which involves a team of trained commandos tracking Jason through a spaceship like in Alien. Of course their expertise is wasted on the stealthy Jason who, despite being bulky and rancid smelling, can sneak up on anyone at any time and slash his way out of the situation. It's a dull charade. I find it interesting that, although they were all major studio releases, Friday the 13th films are often thought of as B-movies. Jason X is probably the closest any of these sequels come to actually fulfilling that expectation. Poor costuming, set design, and visual effects make Jason X a film that generates groans and eye rolls as often as ironic laughter. It's another tedious, uninspired sequel in what has quickly become a marathon of unwatchable dreck.
(kr) wrote: Mrs. Bruce: God forbid one day you have a son like you, Jeremiah. A boy who lies through his teeth, buys demonic records, and smokes the dope!"They came. They saw. They rocked."I've always had a thing for Detroit Rock City. It's a fun comedy that you can watch over and over again. But seeing it again now, it's not as good as I remembered. Don't get me wrong, I still really enjoy it, but it does have it's share of problems.For one it's completely stupid and his very little if any intelligent comedy, but I can get over that because I do love the music and the situations. The second thing that really sort of irritates me every time I watch this movie, is some of it's editing tricks. Rifkin seems like he wants the movie to come off as really flashy, but he kind of fails in that department. It's just annoying.For all of it's problems, I still really enjoy it. The movie features an awesome soundtrack that has a lot of Kiss, but not just Kiss. There's Thin Lizzy, ACDC, Van Halen and many more. I like the cast, too. Their nothing special, but their not working on an Oscar level movie here. Cool little cameo by Shannon Tweed really tops this movie off nicely.If your a fan of 70's rock and Kiss or you grew up in the 70's this is a movie you'll probably enjoy. For everyone else, you'll see the stupidity as annoying and not cool.
(au) wrote: They messed up this movie not good
(br) wrote: The Second SpongeBob film is better!
(gb) wrote: enjoyable and somewhat sad movie.