Hasan Minhaj: Homecoming King

Hasan Minhaj: Homecoming King

Comic Hasan Minhaj of "The Daily Show" shares personal stories about racism, immigrant parents, prom night horrors and more in this stand-up special.

Comic Hasan Minhaj of "The Daily Show" weaves humorous and heartbreaking anecdotes to tell his life story as an Indian-American Muslim. Topics include racism, bullying and meeting the demanding expectations of his immigrant parents. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Adrian B (ca) wrote: I thought there were no more of these clones from the original. Avoid at all costs as the only watchable was the first and this is just trying to cash in on the franchise

Delilah K (kr) wrote: Boring. Probably not true to the facts. I wish Benedict would have declined this role. But at least once I saw him as a character that I really hated.

Michael M (gb) wrote: A stupid boy one has no empathy for (because he's an idiot) and little to no chemistry between the actors. Stunned at the positive reviews for this.

mike d (br) wrote: Bottom Feeder was one of the worst horror movies that I have seen in a looooong time. A super serum turns its creator into a were-rat-dog-thing.The script must have been written by copying a dictionary of cliches. Every line was cheesy and super lame.Stay away from this movie.

WS W (fr) wrote: Another coming-of-age, life-taking-off story.Interesting- in kinda awkward way... & sorta annoying at the same time, to be honest.

(au) wrote: Filmed in Budapest :) Familiar buildings :) Too much trouble for a home-made porno movie

Tom M (es) wrote: The beauty and the beast like aspect though symbolic is very unnecessary here, however with that said the characters whether layered or simply entertainingly goofy, on top of stunning visuals, and some good action makes this movie worth your time.

jennifer k (br) wrote: Terribly boring and not advisable for kids!

Andr D (au) wrote: El director Joel Schumacher utiliza un guin convencional para contar una historia de tolerancia en la que un polica homofbico (Robert DeNiro) sufre una embolia y debe recurrir a un travesti (Philip Seymour Hoffman) para recuperar su dignidad. La pelcula pudo haber dado ms si no fuera por la necesidad de incluir las reglas del gnero policaco que entorpece lo realmente interesante, lo cual es la amistad que surge entre los dos protagonistas. Se le reconoce a Schumacher mantener un tono de realismo y crudeza que aleja a "Flawless" de relatos dulzones e ingenuos, pero los actores estn sub-utilizados y los personajes caen en caricaturas.

Adam R (ca) wrote: I don't understand the appeal. It's a movie full of selfish and shallow characters. There are some very unnecessary inappropriate moments. Everything about it was just pitiful. (First and only viewing - 5/28/2014)

Mike W (fr) wrote: Daniel is a true karate master with the master of karate Mr. Miyagi!

Gaurav S (ag) wrote: If you abstain from intellectual cinema, avoid this cerebral masturbation. Indie Indian cinema finally comes of age with Ship of Theseus. Divided into three parts beautifully interconnected, SOT is a well written, well shot, and a well performed film. The second story in particular left a long lasting impact. The long-walking conversational single shots were just brilliant. But somehow I felt Gandhi took his own liberty with some really stretched scenes, he should rather have added some more conversations. Like the conversations between the monk and the boy, or the verbal fight by the visually impaired girl for a picture she clicked left a deep impact. And the last story is like a perfect dessert to a wonderful meal, it's more of a dark-humor infused satire. Overall, it's an excellent film, bt could have been even better with some more layers!