Recorded at the Albery Theatre in March of 1994 for a limited sold-out engagement of seven weeks. "...When he pulls up in mid-flow there is the same sense you get with Robin Williams ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Eddie Izzard: Unrepeatable
Recorded one night at the Albert Theatre in March 1994, when Eddie Izzard was playing a limited seven week sold-out run of his celebrated stand-up show.
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Kace C (ca) wrote: Ilo Ilo [Singapore, 2013] We all have watched stories of Filipinos abroad?nothing's so new.. This one is low-key with a good 90's feel. 7/10
Estelle R (jp) wrote: Another dance movie. You gotta love dance to enjoy the dancing sequences. Otherwise the story is lame (another pygmalion style movie where an instructor, former champion, initiates a rookie into her new passion and love...blablabla), nothing really happens. Appart from the dancing, nothing really stands out.
Alexander C (jp) wrote: Would like to see at some stage.
Dustin G (es) wrote: Pretty boring little 'new noir' about a kidnapping. There's definitely some good acting here, and the story's not bad, but it drags and just doesn't really grab the way a noir about a kidnapping should. James Foley's done some good stuff over the years but this is not the masterpiece Roger Ebert seems to think it is. Just my opinion.
Maryse F (gb) wrote: A bit old but still worth it
Kwong C (de) wrote: It certainly helps if you like the Talking Heads... but it's still interesting to watch, unless you can't stand their music...
Grant S (de) wrote: A movie with some interesting themes, but not well made.The story of the movie - working class man joins clandestine, Ku Klu Klan-like organisation to help him get ahead in his career - introduced many interesting themes. Not least of these was the prevalence of these sorts of organisations, the fine line between patriotism and bigotry, between camaraderie and blind group-think.This made for an interesting central plot.However, this is let down by the dialogue, acting and around-the-edges fillers. Dialogue and acting seemed quite hammy, and quite preachy at times. Humphrey Bogart is great, and has immense screen presence, but the rest seem like amateurs. Furthermore, the plot development felt clumsy.Sound and picture quality are also quite poor, but being made in 1937 we'll forgive the producers for that.
Brad G (us) wrote: After a rousing game of Chainsaw Russian Roulette, cult icons Wings Hauser and Jeffery Combs team-up to track down mutant psycho Brion James in a future wasteland monitored by an OCP-like government. That trilogy of genre greats gets you through the slow patches and the wacky Robocop News Anchors will have you squealing "I'd Buy That For A Dollar!" Not great 80s exploitation, but it will please the fans. VF.
Erik C (ag) wrote: This is exactly what you would expect. Three older men seek a young beach boy to school them in the ways of "getting digits" and more obscure 1980s beach slang that has never actually been verfied as ever having been cool. Nudity and crazy hijinx ensure to predictable results.