Craig Ferguson: A Wee Bit o' Revolution

Craig Ferguson: A Wee Bit o' Revolution

Craig Ferguson, the Scotland-born host of the Emmy-nominated "The Late Late Show," takes the stage at Boston's Wilbur Theatre for this performance captured during the East Coast leg of his 2008 stand-up tour. Known for his amusing observations and wry humor, the newly anointed United States citizen takes a swing at a variety of pop culture topics.

Recently granted American citizenship, Craig Ferguson is ready to rule his adopted nation! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Les E (br) wrote: Perhaps the most amazing performance movie I have ever seen.

Matthew S (mx) wrote: David Fincher's film of the first of the Millennium Trilogy books is an extremely well paced and narratively satisfying psychological thriller. There are significant differences from the Norwegian film but Fincher essentially tells the same story - albeit with a very different visual style and characterisations from Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig. Mara is wonderful as the socially withdrawn, attachment-disordered researcher / hacker Lisbeth Salander, and it is sad that neither Fincher nor she appear to be involved with a continuation of the series.

Aleks C (es) wrote: Get bored in the middle.

Nicholas F (au) wrote: I remember loving this movie as a kid because what kid doesn't want to do this

Simon D (ag) wrote: quite a memorable film but a little too long and slow.

Justin B (mx) wrote: After patiently waiting for this for over 2 years, it was a grand disappointment. It has a promising and amiable first act but it loses steam almost immediately afterwards; rigidly adhering to either being a horror movie or a comedy and never getting a comfortable blend of both. Also for an envelope pushing premise, it plays things pretty vanilla, (spoilers) keeping its entire cast alive until the very end.

Michael R (ru) wrote: With such an array of comedic actors, this film falls pretty flat. Nothing clever at all about it, in fact it's catered for those who who like simple laughs, which in my mind doesn't fit with people like Monthy Pythom or Simon Pegg. Could have and should have been a lot better.