Craig Ferguson: Does This Need to Be Said?

Craig Ferguson: Does This Need to Be Said?

If you only know Craig Ferguson as host of The Late Late Show or as Drew Carey's sitcom boss, you're missing out. The gloriously ribald Scot takes to the stage in this all-new comedy special for a night of jokes and storytelling peppered with the kinds of words he's not allowed to say on network TV. Before a hootin' and hollerin' Nashville audience, Ferguson tackles every topic from celebrity sex scandals to booze to his own hilarious heavy metal past - all in an accent that makes him sound downright refined.

If you only know Craig Ferguson as host of The Late Late Show or as Drew Carey's sitcom boss, you're missing out. The gloriously ribald Scot takes to the stage in this all-new extended and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Alex D (us) wrote: Very pleasantly surprised by this seemingly under the radar biopic. Autism is the idiosyncrasy in focus, however there are numerous other underpinnings dealing with family, friendship, education, and grander questions of life, death, and the afterlife. And Claire Danes is mesmerizing.

Kieran L (de) wrote: not that bad actually

restricted 1 (kr) wrote: definetley different from what i expected . It is a very eccentric film, though i cannot say i didn't enjoy it

Licia G (de) wrote: What a surprise treat!! The humour was very reminiscent of Donald Westlake/Dortmunder series, if a bit darker, made me laugh so much. I learned later, when two of them(real life musicians) were fighting for the radio station, each radio station were actually playing their music. I wonder how many other little insider jokes went unnoticed!

Lauren S (de) wrote: A gripping drama with a fantastic performance by Denzel Washington.

Phil N (kr) wrote: A belated dip into this year's FF goody bag and we find this French thriller. It's solid enough - bunch of kids turn up at an old house in the country to put on a play for an autistic boy and his grandfather. Someone starts bumping them off while dressed as the big bad wolf... who could it be? Not bad and doesn't outstay its welcome.

John D (gb) wrote: An Irish film set in Dublin, wow, soooo original... NOT. Good fun though.

Robert H (au) wrote: The film starts off being as bonkers as you might expect (and desire) but eventually turns into a standard monster movie.The creature FX are quite fantastic and the concept behind the film truly entertaining.In the end, this has elements of Dead Alive, Shaun of the Dead, plenty of gore, black humour, and a story only New Zealand (or perhaps Scotland) could truly create.Worth checking out for fans of this kind of absurb horror comedy.

Sandro T (br) wrote: One of my favourite movies from when i was a child... Damn, this thing didn't age very well...

Candice M (ru) wrote: When I was a little kid, this movie scared the daylights out of me. This movie is certainly spooky in more ways than one. A powerful and evil sorcerer who resides in the house of the spookies has been luring in victims for many years, forcing them to undergo horrible deaths in an effort to raise his bride from the dead. When the cast arrives at the house, the sorcerer knows that, with their souls, he will finally have enough in his possession to bring his wife back. The sorcerer Pierre kicks off his literal chess game by turning one of the white pawns to his dark side, before Carol helps him take care of the others with a rather bizarre Ouija board. One by one, the cast is killed off by reptilian creatures, zombies, man-eating-earth, the grim reaper, and a scary spider lady. All-around, the movie is a bit cheesy, and the plot fairly basic, but the special effects are fairly good given the time of the film's making, and the soundtrack music would give many people the creeps. The whole gang of main characters also has one that falls into every possible horror movie stereotype. Any horror fanatic who has yet to see this should give it a spin, even if it is just for kicks.

Eric R (fr) wrote: "Man from Deep River" (also known as "Deep River Savages", "Sacrifice!" and "The Man from the Deep River) has the notorious reputation for kickstarting the whole brutal Italian cannibal subgenre. To be honest that's how I actually heard of the film. However if you are a fan of this questionable subgenre you better change your expectations. Even though it's directed by Umberto Lenzi, the man responsible for two of the most notorious films in the genre with "Eaten Alive!" and "Cannibal Ferox", this is a far cry from the extreme nature of those films as this is more of a survival drama film with cannibalism only being an element in the picture instead of being the main focus.The plot is actually almost identical to the popular American western "A Man Called Horse" only substituting the western background with a jungle and changing the Native Americans to jungle tribes. So the film starts with a photo journalist visiting Bangkok with his girlfriend, who leaves his ass and he somehow kills a guy while drunk in the bar. On the run from the authorities he decides to hire a local to take him deep river so in order to take picture but it only serves him to get captured by a reclusive tribe and in turn forced to be a slave. The daughter of the tribes leader, who just happens to be smokin' hot, takes a liking to him and after proving himself to the tribe and their customs, he 'marries' the bitch and then knocks her up.The film is the life and times of living in a jungle tribe and if you've seen "A Man Called Horse" then you know exactly how the plot will unfold as it really is identical. Because of this I actually found the film do drag a bit. Even though it has the reputation of being a "cannibal film", it is actually more of a slow moving drama. Think of "Dances with Wolves" extreme Italian exploitation style.The whole story arc of our main character is extremely clunky and haphazardly strung together. The beginning of the film is horribly cut, to a laughable extent, as within 5 minutes of arriving in Bangkok his girlfriend leaves him and he ends up killing a guy in a bar. It's truly a "what the fuck" string of events that leads him to the jungle and just left me shaking my head.For an Italian exploitation film the acting is acceptable but it is no where it needs to be in order to realistically portray the love between the man from the city and the tribal beauty. Ivan Rassimov, whom I knew from numerous Spaghetti Westerns, and Me Me Lai, who shows off her glorious nude body on numerous occasions, just seem wooden together.Enough of that 'plot' stuff, you're wondering about the CANNABLISM. Don't worry my friends, it's coming. Apparently the rival of our main tribe is a ferocious cannibal tribe that lives further up the mountain. We get to see this cannibal tribe in full on bloody glory when they attack a female tribe member and Umberto Lenzi spares no carrnage as he full on shows this graphic attack. The scene, though extremely gruesome, proved popular enough for Lenzi to re-use as stock footage in his next cannibal-fest "Eaten Alive!"Of course with these type of films 'cannibalism' isn't' the only exploitative element. Lenzi also loads up the film with tribal nudity and sex scenes. There is also a few instances of real life animal killings, an element the genre would be known for and also the one element I despise in these films.Overall "Man from Deep River" is a survival drama with a serious douse of Italian exploitation and because of this it will fail to truly enthrall audiences. It's too dramatic and drab for fans of Italian extreme cinema and it's too exploitative and brutal for fans of survival dramas. Needless to say, for better or worse, it was a hit in the underground circle for it's one, pinnacle cannibalism scene and the setting and that one scene would go on to inspire a slew of imitators, all more bloody and extreme than the next so the grindhouse theaters would be flowing with gore for years to come.

The Critic (mx) wrote: A consistently amusing take on the dysfunctional family as a wealthy Beverly Hills family take in a homeless man (Nick Nolte) after he attempts suicide in their swimming pool. This is a character-driven piece, in which a quirky collection of people seem to exist in spite of one another. Richard Dreyfuss is fun as the patriarchal figure, but it's Bette Midler as his New Age wife who steals the show.

Bobby S (br) wrote: Just reminds me of me....

Erick Q (it) wrote: Beautiful movie! So magical

Joe B (ca) wrote: sweet movie is a classic

Stacey D (gb) wrote: Yeah... a tad over-dramatic for my liking at times - that scene where Kyle is meant to be dreaming is one of many examples. Not short of a few corny lines either, "Pardon me if I seem to be brushing you out my hair", says a deadpan Lauren Bacall as she combs her locks *cringe*. And yet, somehow, it's still highly watchable. Go figure!

Matthew A (ru) wrote: Great romantic-comedy with Will Smith

Orlok W (au) wrote: Flawless Heist Film!!

Chris B (nl) wrote: Great allegory of racism

Erin C (de) wrote: A terrible ending to a foolish plot. The movie ruined the actor/actress for me indefinitley. There is always hope, ALWAYS!