Eddie Izzard: Live at Madison Square Garden

Eddie Izzard: Live at Madison Square Garden

EDDIE IZZARD: Live at Madison Square Garden is the live recording of Eddie Izzard's sold out show at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

"Life, the universe, and...everything. Here's what the critics are saying about Eddie's tour: Eddie makes us believe we can surf World 2.0 instead of just being swallowed up by it. As ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Roy Z (jp) wrote: Considering the scope and subject matter of this series, i don't know if you can do a better than Ric Burns did with this. It does take you through almost 400 years of American History, so even though a seven part, 19hour series may seem lengthy, with some subjects you don't feel like you are getting enough in-depth information, and at times it leaves you wanting more... but, that is what books are for.

Brendan P (jp) wrote: Okay, I'm a Lance Henriksen fan, but even he doesn't save this movie. They give him nothing to do. I wish he'd get better toles in better movies. He's quite talented yet he mainly does movies like this. A real shame.

Janita S (ca) wrote: I love this movie!!! It has a great moral, and the actors are amazing!

Brandi W (br) wrote: Ok, not the greatest ending. But the scene with Jon near the end was amazing, he was perfect.

Zach L (br) wrote: nothing so special on this movie as well geos slowly

Spartacus E (mx) wrote: Newman + Hanson brothers = hat trick of fun

Jim H (de) wrote: World War II vet Billy Pilgrim time-jumps throughout his life on Earth and on Tralfamadore.In the list of unfilmable books I thought that Kurt Vonnegut's most famous novel would rank high on the list next to Naked Lunch, but George Roy Hill's adaptation of Slaughterhouse-Five diverges from the book just enough to make it a viable film and stays true enough to the novel that it still retains the plot and spirit of the original. The overall philosophy - that "life is just a collection of moments, and the trick is to remember the good and ignore the bad" - emerges both as a line of dialogue and a lesson demonstrated by the narrative structure of the film without seeming didactic. Michael Sacks's performance is exemplary, playing Billy with a naivete and innocence that is both charming and endearing. Sacks captures the origin of Billy's milquetoast nature as it emerges from a wisdom borne of timelessness. One of my friends argued that Slaughterhouse-Five is a patriarchal, misogynist book, and I disagreed because the female characters have an inner life that Vonnegut doesn't downplay. Unfortunately the film didn't keep this aspect of Vonnegut's narration, and Valencia and Montana emerge respectively as a crazy, superficial nut-job and an over-willing sexual partner.Overall, Hill's film is a fine testament to one of the great American novels.

Orlok W (nl) wrote: The pre-classic pioneer of werewolf movies--An almost forgotten gem!!