Craig Ferguson: I'm Here to Help

Craig Ferguson: I'm Here to Help

Craig Ferguson unleashes his trademark stream-of-consciousness comedy before a sold-out crowd, riffing on fatherhood, Helen of Troy and shark penises. His show's not safe for kids -- or the easily offended.

Craig Ferguson unleashes his trademark stream-of-consciousness comedy before a sold-out crowd, riffing on fatherhood, Helen of Troy and shark penises. His show's not safe for kids -- or the easily offended. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ni K (fr) wrote: the film about Georgian-Abkhazian war. An excellent Georgian-Estonian joint work. Its not just the movie about war but its more like peace manifesto. amazing story and an excellent picture.

Spencer S (gb) wrote: This is an intimate, uncomfortable, often perturbed portrait of a couple of parents with an older child who adopt three Russian orphans all at the same time, and bring them back home to Wisconsin. The family is strangely optimistic when they bring their children home for the first time. They wear big, congenial smiles, and hug all their supporters when arriving at the airport. Though their children all only speak Russian this family only communicates to them in loud English, constantly. Two psychologists walk the parents through the footage, trying to bond them all together, and giving insight into the convoluted lives of these people. In many scenes there are severe arguments between the new children and their adoptive parents, where the children call them names, scream, and act out. Tired, emotionally exhausted, and hoping for a better outcome, the parents give their children nothing but love and understanding, though they still struggle to understand. It's uncomfortable and quite sad, but it's also realistic to the plight of many new parents who utilize international adoption. Real and uncompromising, this may be one of the more important documentaries on this subject.

Ricardo H (kr) wrote: Not a bad movie although I didn't think it was consistently good throughout. There were some really good parts and some that I found extremely cheesy. However, the premise was quite interesting

Divya K (it) wrote: Boog's friends rally to bring him home from a Russian traveling circus.

Phenyeia O (ag) wrote: Really great movie to watch

Kai T (es) wrote: This is one of my favorite Steven Spielberg's movies!

Raffy John M (au) wrote: it is a nice, wonderful movie about a firefighter, The film gives honor to the firefighters who plays a very important role in our lives, they have courage to battle against the fire to help and save people... It is indeed a great movie,")

Aaron C (mx) wrote: interesting look at danish suburbia and how intertwined the lives of a foreign language class are.

Michael C (us) wrote: One of my favorite movies of all time. It combines the best of many worlds.

Danny R (mx) wrote: Director John Huston's fascinating character study of a self-destructive alcoholic former British diplomat named Geoffery Firmin, played by Albert Finney in a devastating tour-de-force performance that deservedly earn him an Oscar nomination. The story unfolds in a small Mexican village during the Day of the Dead festivities in the late 1930s, it concerns the last 24-hours of the tortured Firmin's life, who is drinking himself to death. He is so guilt ridden over the past and his lost relationship with his lovely estranged wife, wonderfully played by the beautiful Jacqueline Bisset, who he still yearns for. She has returned in the hopes of healing their broken marriage, but he cannot forgive her for her affair with his half-brother nicely played by Anthony Andrew. This is a Intelligent, but downbeat film that rely's entirely on Finney's amazing portrayal of the late stages of alcoholism, which by itself is staggering, he captures the physical mannerisms and emotionalism of a hopeless drunk, his depiction of this is truly unforgettable. Impressively directed by the late great John Huston, with superlative photography by Gariel Figueroa, based on the famous novel by Malcolm Lowry. Highly Recommended.

Vanessa R (ru) wrote: I loved this movie and Kat Dennings did an awesome job.

Brian L (gb) wrote: Rating based on a viewing of the recently-released Producer's Cut of the film.

Ian C (it) wrote: Bennnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn ordinaire

Mayank A (jp) wrote: Fun Movie. The plot's full of hole but the lovely and nutty characters (DJ's) with their endless gags make it a entertaining ride. Richard Curtis is a master of making feel good movie.

Augustine H (nl) wrote: Despite being too Americentrist and cheesy, we should realize that Americans suffer way a lot than other so-called responsible powers when she tries to make an impact. The crux is, has she been intervening too much?