Bill Maher: The Decider

Bill Maher: The Decider

Superstar comedian/writer Bill Maher, one of the most highly credited comic minds today, is back in an all-new solo HBO comedy special performed live. Maher, known for his sharp wit, offers his candid and hilarious opinions on a wide range of social and political issues including sex, drugs, Iraq, immigration, President Bush, and much more in this can't miss special. Live show from Berklee Performance Center, Boston, Massachusetts

Comedian, writer and politically incorrect HBO talk-show host Bill Maher takes time off from his regular hosting duties to perform a hilariously scathing stand-up set in this comedy special... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nick A (ag) wrote: The film's climax is a precise embodiment of its whole -- massive neon lights flickering obnoxiously to the amplified crescendo of M83 while the three leads superfluously gaze upon each other with cocked heads and over-sympathetic eyes -- a frenetic exercise in romance fantasy without a sense of pace, restraint, reality, or cinema.

TingJen H (br) wrote: Simply extraordinary.

Fabio M (it) wrote: here is the thing, there is ABSOLUTELY nothing wrong with this movie and indeed it gives you positividy... fred had no friends in the beggining and at the end he was able to make friens,, the message is to never give up!

Seth P (de) wrote: A movie with a good idea and good style, but didnt know where to go with it... George A. Romero is a good director, but I think his work is better when he is collaborating with other writers (this is only in recent years, his early original works are really good)... The Misfits (the band) have a weird cameo which is strange and cool at the same time...

Phyllis G (it) wrote: its def for the art fan

Christopher S (gb) wrote: Completely unwatchable. Neither entertaining nor funny. I enjoy both the genre and the time period of this movie, but this is the worst movie I have seen in recent memory, and Ive watched more than my share of bad movies. 1/2 star at best.

Janika Maria B (fr) wrote: I get tired of the same actors all the time--no offense, Tom, I still love you~

Private U (gb) wrote: If you are not a fan of Sam Neill or Mel Gibson, don't bother. Its a B movie action flick and not a thrilling one at that. Predictable, except for one facet of the ending which really was not that surprising.

Michael L (es) wrote: I love Benji and always will. I saw this as a child and loved it. The first film to make me cry in a movie theater.

Edwin R (mx) wrote: Hay que verla como lo que es... un antiguo documento de propaganda.

Ahmed M (de) wrote: Like all of the Transformers movies, the CGI is great, but CGI alone can not save a long, boring movie with a mediocre and similar plot as it's previous films.

Andr D (br) wrote: Kate Beckinsale vuelve a interpretar a la guerrera vampira y Scott Speedman a su amante, mitad vampiro mitad Lycan (Hombre Lobo). Esta vez, los dos se enfrentan a un poderoso vampiro llamado Curan, quien intenta liberar a su hermano de...Bah! a quin le importa?

John D (au) wrote: The gambling movie is familiar territory at this point, usually involving flashy suits, lots of yelling, and a big guy with a baseball bat saying something about kneecaps. Mississippi Grind is much more restrained in tone (the baseball-bat equivalent is a stern talking-to from Alfre Woodard), but equally extravagant in unlikelihoods. Nothing in this movie can be said to be completely unlike anything you've ever seen, except for perhaps one moment where the title of the movie is used to create a sense of dread simply because we know its the title of the movie.What saves it is the great character work from the central buddy-gambler duo. Ben Mendelsohn plays a desperate man, and the depth of his addiction is slowly and painfully revealed to us. His worst enemy is himself, in ways we expect but nonetheless are painful to watch. The real mystery to the movie, and the perfect foil for Mendelsohn's sad sack, is Ryan Reynolds' mysterious free-wheeling good-luck charm, whose charisma and willingness for anything convince Mendelsohn to go to New Orleans to try his hand at a 25k poker table. At first, I was convinced that Reynolds only existed in Mendelsohn's mind, as he is essentially a Jesus figure. But as the movie goes on, his own arc comes into focus in ways that counter-balance the depths to which Mendelsohn sinks. It's effective drama, if not a touch minor, but its an interesting character study with two great performances at its centre.