Gabriel Iglesias: I'm Not Fat... I'm Fluffy

Gabriel Iglesias: I'm Not Fat... I'm Fluffy

Gabriel Iglesias entertains a packed house at El Paso's Theatre in this Comedy Central special. For I'm Not Fat, I'm Fluffy, the comedian reaches new heights of hilarity, providing eerily perfect imitations and tales too tall not to be true. He also adds a new step to his five levels of fatness, and the sixth level is sure to leave audiences rolling in the aisles.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:60 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:comedian,   hooker,   stepson,  

Gabriel Iglesias returns to the stage in this all-new comedy special where he performs in front of a packed house at the historic Plaza Theatre in El Paso, Texas. Go to the restroom before ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Usi A (br) wrote: Good story (especially the ending) however has low budget effects and not all the actors are giving it their all. One of the better offerings by the Syfy channel.

Pascal M (de) wrote: Interesting little film about identity of jews and muslims, perceptions and misunderstandings. Funny main actor! Entertaining

Alicia M (de) wrote: It was ok I missed the old boss (mandy) not as good as the series but it was ok. i love this tv series.

Giorgos V (es) wrote: Kalo ergaki alla tha mporouse na einai poli kalitero oson afora thn atmosfaira. SIgoura vlepetai alla me tetoio cast perimeneis kati poli kalitero

Kevin Y (nl) wrote: screw the cridicts I liked it. please make the second. alsi while you're at it make ravens gate as well.

LUCA Z (gb) wrote: half "Small Wonder" half "The Sixth Sense". But not funny and not scary. A delusion.

jesse k (gb) wrote: This movie is very disturbing. That's what I was looking for. An entirely different kind of movie than Shindler's List or The Killing Fields. This movie is brutal, brutal and disturbing. Nolte sucks as almost always.

Sonya G (it) wrote: A wonderful movie a must see...America Ferrera did an excellent job :)

Mark H (jp) wrote: not that exciting and you don't need to watch the whole thing to understand what the film is all about

Nancy G (us) wrote: Good old drama movie from back then.

Neville P (de) wrote: A close look into the mind of a racing driver. The movie shot the actual race and gives you a cockpit view of what drives them to risk life and limb in their pursuit of victory.A movie with very little dialogue is a visual treat covering the battle between the Ferraris and Porsches

Joel A (gb) wrote: A visually sumptuous film about a depressed dock worker in New York who accidentally stumbles across a young woman trying to commit suicide.They quickly bond in their loneliness & their worlds are filling with bizarre & exotic people. The atmosphere & presence in the film is top notch & just draws you into this smokey, wharf world.Despite their good intentions their relationship is doomed & you just watch in unravel. A fantastic film score with unforgettable visuals.

Joe L (au) wrote: a tough one to get through, but contains some really great stuff. it's surprising to me that dolly shots are not more prominent in subsequent silent films, as this film invented them in 1914, and uses them almost exactly as they are used today: pushing in at the start of the scene, and pulling out at the end. a couple dollys also follow the action across the space as the characters move through it. ebert says that griffith's camera is more fluid in 'birth of a nation,' but i disagree. it inspired griffith to expand 'intolerance' and add multiple storylines and epic sets, but i'm fairly certain that this is also the inspiration for the heart-ripping scene in 'temple of doom.' the sacrifical chambers and ceremonies in each film are uncannily similar.

Luisa M (ag) wrote: Favolosa Samantha Morton.

Ian S (us) wrote: this fourth installment doesnt by any means live up to the success of the first one

Fred V (au) wrote: A film that rings in the heart of every Jew. The wonderful quality of this film is not necessarily found on the surface but in the subtleties and the "small lines. The timing of the story itself and the eerie references to "future" historical events makes one think. One such scene is where the shunned daughter and her husband are leaving the village along with the expelled Jews, because they "cannot stay in a place where people do such things to each other. Where are they headed? Krakow, Poland, where in about 30 years their concerns would be wrought out on a much larger, genocidal, scale. This movie never gets old.