Carlos Mencia: Not for the Easily Offended
Monologuist and provocateur Carlos Mencia covers -- with refreshing candor -- taboo topics that run the gamut from ethnic stereotypes and race relations to immigration, war, patriotism, capitalism and family. Mencia represents the small voice inside all of us that demands we admit to thinking what he has the cojones to say out loud. You'll laugh, get red-faced in embarrassment and, most of all, pause to contemplate what Mencia has said.
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Carlos Mencia: Not for the Easily Offended torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Quite cute in a way, but probably just too cute for my age.
(fr) wrote: A Hijacking- the other Somali pirate movie of the 2013- is very intriguing, but it does not have the overwhelming sense of tension helped make Captain Phillips the stirring movie it is. Only so much suspense can come from watching multiple scenes of two guys bargaining over the phone. However, the lack of tension is substituted by a stronger emotional understanding of the characters and the wide ranging long term effects of a traumatizing event such as a piracy hijacking.
(nl) wrote: whole movie makes no sense....stupid, stupid, stupid.
(de) wrote: keren,, ingat Ca Bau Kan... gw bingung knp orng di bawah gw bilang niy film jelek.. :P ceritanya mungkin cheesy,, tapi konsepnya ok... gw suka suka suka... huuuuuuuuuuuh ingat Fatahillah...
(us) wrote: One or two laughs but five to ten groans.
(fr) wrote: I'm not even interested in seeing this movie.
(it) wrote: A sick twisted fuck of a movie made by a man who, at the time at least, was probably a sick twisted fuck as well. You wanna know what this is? Here's a pitch: Young Charles Manson does his Mom. There. Go see it. But be warned: this is billed as a 'comedy', and it is in the sense that I chuckled a couple of times. But the character interactions, Davies performance (and here, more than anything else I've seen him outside maybe Rescue Dawn) looks like he's about to explode or cry or both at any moment, and just how Russell takes a very direct approach to the psychological issues at hand make it essential viewing for those looking for subversive American cinema from the 1990's, or ever really. It would be in Amos Vogel's book if it had been made in the 60's or 70's you mark my words! That it was made for (relatively) so little and looks pretty polished is a further credit (this won the Audience Award at Sundance 94 - the year Clerks was there, to give perspective).
(mx) wrote: I loved this movie it was good not huge but nice if you like this genre
(nl) wrote: Thought the movie was awesome!!!
(br) wrote: Absolutely wonderful movie. Just wanted to stay inn the theatre and watch it over again.
(br) wrote: first 50min is very creepy, story fell part after that, what a shame
(it) wrote: Very Lively and funny