Gabriel Iglesias: Hot and Fluffy
Gabriel Iglesias is one of the fastest-rising comics today! With his unique brand of humor, lovable stage presence and wide range of voices and impressions, it's no wonder that he already has a huge fan following. Now you can see Comedy Central's "Comic of the Year" in his sold-out performance at the historic Fox Theatre in Bakersfield, California!
Hot and Fluffy is a comedy special performed by Gabriel Iglesias. Primarily using material based on his own culture (Hispanic) and his weight. Iglesias often references his own size, being over 250 pounds at only 5'11", and uses this as the basis for many of his "Levels of Fatness" jokes. These are interspersed with stories of his everyday life, funny voices, and character impressions. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gabriel Iglesias: Hot and Fluffy torrent reviews
(br) wrote: It is like a ridiculous Shane Dawson Video with some sweet moments. Not bad
(br) wrote: Chinese version of Holmes. Not as bad as expected. More credits should be given.
(ag) wrote: A well-presented, tidy little farce that entertains.
(kr) wrote: Girl Model is a disturbing trend going in Japan. Something that truly doesn't resonate at all and the obsession of a specific face but also the age is just ridiculous. You can tell this girls are not even emotionally prepare but also the empty promises they make for them. Its a wake up call for them but also the families and how this model agencies are a scam. Now the female who is a model scout has narcissist characteristics. It went from following the girls on how she has psychological issues. Something must had happened to her in her modeling career, to be obsess with babies, living in a glass clear house, and being obsessed with the girls feet&body. She talks about how the modeling world is such a dark place, but than she plays the role of feeding that darkness. You can tell it has consumed her mentally&emotionally.
(de) wrote: Este um exemplo de como no se fazer um filme. Um desastre abortivo.
(it) wrote: Another dull tale of wasted talent
(jp) wrote: "Serendipity" is serendipitous the way that Alanis' song "Ironic" is full of irony. It's not. (I still love Alanis, but I can't say the same for this movie). Thank you Molly Shannon and Eugene Levy for at least making it occasionally funny!
(ag) wrote: lugar comum dizer q o livro de lolita pille eh bem melhor, mas o filme incomoda, assim como o livro.
(mx) wrote: "Somebody find Buckman, and launch him out the torpedo tube", one of my favorite lines!
(jp) wrote: Funny premise. Not a funny movie.
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