Chris Rock: Kill the Messenger - London, New York, Johannesburg
Chris Rock's 2008 comedy tour visits London, New York and Johannesburg.
- Director:Marty Callner,
- Writer:Chris Rock
An HBO special edited from three performances from Chris Rock's 2008 comedy tour: London (dark suit| dark shirt)| Johannesburg (black suit| white shirt) and New York
(shiny jacket). Topics include the ongoing presidential campaign| the possibility of a black president| George W. Bush| gas prices| low-paid jobs| ringtones and
bottled water| sex| relationships and the correct use of the n-word. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Chris Rock: Kill the Messenger - London, New York, Johannesburg torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Een moderne variant op The Big Chill, die het vooral moet hebben van zijn charmante cast en niet van de stuurloze plotlijnen die ietwat onrealistisch en simpel opgelost worden. About Alex doet je geen kwaad als kijker, maar je neemt er ook niks van mee terug !
(ru) wrote: Even though "The Phantom of the Opera" is a musical (not an opera!) it does call for operatic singing, and there is a very big difference between that kind of singing and what the leads were doing. Ms. Boggess has a fine voice, but she sounds more like a mezzo than a soprano and her high notes make Emmy Rossum sound okay in comparison. Both she and Mr. Karimloo sound like they have a vocal wobble, and they are continuously sacrifice pitch for vibrato. However, I'm sure they sound very good in more conventional musical theatre.
(jp) wrote: "An earnest and even-handed documentary about a naive and whiny mild-mannered thirtysomething ecology activist." Interesting look at how monkey-wrenching turned to arson, and how a heroin addict wore a wire and got suckers to rat themselves out.
(de) wrote: This is story of Supergirl and Superman's attempt to train her. Batman has a very minor roll in the film and only gets billing because Batman sells. Supergirl gets sent away to Amazon in order train with Wonder woman. Kent changes his mind and tries to get her to come back to Metrapologypse, in standard teenage fashion she goes all hay wire and ends up joining the dark side. (Well, Darkseid, to be precise) I bet you can end up where she ends...Standard story line, nothing to write home about but nothing to be upset about either.
(ru) wrote: An excellent Jail Psychodrama based on true Events in a German Prison Uwe Boll finally found his Metier he always got a Hand for Humiliation and in this Case it is right on Place it shows realistic and grimm the Situation in a Jail with its Pecking Order, Peer Pressure and Survival of the Fitest what is the Thing to arrest Criminals and Outlaws did it help this People? Defently not it make all much worser this People got Problems that's true but ive the are entertained they are at least a Problem for the Society ive they are prisoned and bored they got Strange Ideas and got driven to much worser Things the Guy they torture remind me of a Guy i met in Prison he got arrested for Driving with the Train without a Ticket and get mocked in Jail by some Nazis who force them every Night to read them from a Book backwards, did not allow him to use Toilet Paper, force him to clean the Toilet with his Toothbrush and other Stuff this is harmless against the Things they done with the Guy in this Movie but thats a similiar Situation they arrest harmless Slackers together with Dangerous Lunatics whats the Point of this? This System is one of the Violents many People talk bad about Anarchy but i say in Anarchy the People are free there is Brutality too but there is no useless forced Brutality like in Democracy when they arrest the People and let them torture them one another and another Thing is clear Uwe Boll is a Sicko he real enjoy Debasements like in this Movie
(au) wrote: Very difficult to watch, but also very touching.
(nl) wrote: Misses it's mark some but hits inside enough of the lines to watch....and laugh.
(ag) wrote: Utterly disturbing, the message was unclear, totally revolting.
(ag) wrote: Good Sam Peckinpah western. Interesting plot, telling the story of honour, the benefits of age and experience and the dying of the old western ways.Builds well. Not much action to start off with, but you can always sense a shoot-out is around the corner, and, eventually, it is.Not perfect though. The morality tale of the benefits of age/experience is often laid on too thick, and the plot contrived to accommodate it. Then, at the end, when it matters most, it seems watered-down and open-ended.It being Peckinpah's second movie as director, he could be forgiven for not being more subtle when it mattered and not being more forceful at other times. He would get more subtle, and much grittier...Solid performances by Randolph Scott and Joel McCrea in the lead roles. Good support from Mariette Hartley and Ron Starr.
(es) wrote: It's refreshing to see DC serve up such a richly animated homage to comics' Silver Age.
(au) wrote: Just gave me a a peaceful feeling
(br) wrote: Now come on who doesn't like penguins?
(ca) wrote: This was a great movie, with tender moments. If you have a heart and don't have a tough exterior, then you will enjoy this movie. Guess what folks--as much as you think that it's not cool to have feelings, it really is ok. There was no killing, swearing, sex, crass behavior--and that's a problem to the critics??? This was a wholesome, good movie.
(nl) wrote: it's an alright movie good action scenes but terrible plot