Dave Attell: Road Work

Dave Attell: Road Work

2014 standup special originally aired on Comedy Central.

Veteran New York City comic Dave Attell is back with his Comedy Central stand-up special "Road Work." This unique special cuts together multiple performances from
Attell's past tour. From New Orleans to Philadelphia to Minneapolis and more| "Road Work" feels more like a concert film than a traditional stand-up special. Of
course| it wouldn't be a proper Attell show without his expert crowd work and clever R-rated material in what he calls "a filthy| dirty mess of a show." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Denise P (ca) wrote: Half as inventive and twice as gruesome as its predecessor, I Spit on Your Grave 2 isn't the breath of fresh air the first Grave was, but for horror fans willing to sit through the prolonged torture of rape before receiving the juicy payback, this sequel yields deeply satisfying rewards.

Shea A (mx) wrote: An exceptional piece of Canadian cinema!

John R (gb) wrote: This is a true regional comedy. Folks from south-central Pennsylvania and Western Maryland will feel right at home with the characters. Sure, the writing's a bit stilted, and the actors are a bit more like stage actors than screen (because a few are primarily stage actors), but the film lives on it's heart more than anything.Worth a watch if you're from the region or know the people from "round here." If you're not, it might not ring as true.

Angel L (jp) wrote: This show was so good it touched on everything. The highlight for me was how the church helped the wife to get back on her feet and when the little girl said mommy remember what you told me to do everyday. It was sad, i felt bad for Dutch, his father his wife and the murderer. If any woman tell me there's something in my eyes and offers to take it out, i have to watch her twice. The ending for me was totally sad, everything was about to start all over again.

Leann D (mx) wrote: Documentary Punk rock, culture and art

Paul A (mx) wrote: good eye opening documentary on people who escaped north korea and are still struggling for freedom

Muffin M (br) wrote: I own this on DVD in a four movie pack along with:* Cheaper By The Dozen 2 (2005)* Home Alone (1990)* Home Alone 2: Lost In New York (1992)

Ian M (au) wrote: Hmm... Another to check out maybe?

Adam N (ru) wrote: This is one of the best ski/board movies. Surprising acting, storyline and humor

Daniel A (kr) wrote: first of all, this five star rating is a general rating to the whole series, aswel as the review. secondly, its a magnificent study, more than anything else. more than the label of documentary or tv show. I saw the whole series, from when the subjects were still children, until they're 49, and I must say, its so damn interesting to see and reflect on how people, in general, evolve, wether mentally or physically. Its also briliant because it provides a comparison basis to the viewers, as it did for me. Its no problem to be 7 and say you want to be an astronaut and prefer to play instead of thinking about girls, its no problem to be 21 and don't have a clue of what to do in the future. these are just some examples of some things that are all part of life and growing up, and this doc proves that quite well.

Antoine S (it) wrote: Dommage que de trop nombreux zooms defigurent ce film si beau.

Dennis M (ca) wrote: Finally got to see this autobiographical rock documentary on Nick Cave. I have to say I was quite impressed and mesmerized.

Nell A (ru) wrote: In spite of cliches and the found footage genre being chewed up and spat out, this movie holds enough good jumpscares and little originalities to entertain you well.

David H (mx) wrote: This film seems very much like an in-joke for those in Hollywood. References to crazy cults, disfunctional families, hullicinating people.. what I read after about how they are unable to see the extremely inappropriate world they live in seems very apt...

Mark M (de) wrote: A premise that comes dangerously close to bordering on silliness, Nina Forever is instead the direct opposite, a deftly crafted black comedy by Ben and Chris Blaine. Like the other brothers in the film industry, from acclaimed - the Coens -, to those that have been around for a while but never quite received due praise - the Zellners -, and those in between - the Spierigs -, the Blaine brothers have proved with this film that they might've been too good to be confined to small films (and shorts) for as long as they have.After the first absurd entrance by the titular character, Nina Forever quickly becomes an engrossing journey, for both the dumbfounded characters and the audience. At times deathly serious, and at other times morbidly comic, the film seemingly wears its humour as a faade, with its true face being the Blaine brothers' excellent meditation on death, grief, the proverbial baggage, and 'moving on'. Nuanced at its core, though presenting itself not as subtly as one might hope, everything is anchored by the film's insistence on delving into the human condition that follows after the loss of a loved one, and it's a subject that is tackled much better than the other film that tried to do the same this year, Jean-Marc Valle's Demolition.Written and directed without the pretension that held the latter back, with performances by newcomers that rival that of Jake Gyllenhaal writhing in both pain and pleasure in Demolition, Nina Forever has undeservedly flown far below the radar. Though it's identified as a horror film - with its few horror moments that draw upon shock value -, this is arguably a drama first and foremost, and one that banks upon being relatable to the viewer. After all, this is a film that has its suicidal main character unintentionally summon the bloody spectre of his girlfriend whilst having sex with another woman, but even with the teetering-on-pandering aspect being removed from the equation, Nina Forever is an excellent film.