Here Comedy Presents Kate Clinton

Here Comedy Presents Kate Clinton

Legendary comedienne Kate Clinton offers her riotous viewpoint on feminism, lesbianism, and life in this one-woman, stand-up performance. Clinton takes on the burning issues of the day – politics, marriage, sex, pop culture and more.

No topic is too taboo to conquer in this stand-up performance from legendary comedienne Kate Clinton who offers her riotous take on feminism, lesbianism, and life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mary T C (kr) wrote: better than spider-man movie

Aaron W (es) wrote: Not the most exciting but I found the storyline thoroughly engaging.

Frances H (mx) wrote: The plot here is an admirable one--soldiers on different sides of a war putting aside their differences to work together at saving all of their lives when prisoners bring a deadly disease aboard a submarine. But the acting, the script, the direction--everything about this production is first-class and the action nail-bitingly suspenseful and dramatic. All in all, In Enemy Hands rises above the average war movie in realizing that there are good, honorable men on both sides of a war.

Chloe C (nl) wrote: a rare opportunity to appreciate the Appalachian mountain music in a leisurely manner within its own hills. Rossum put up a convincing performance in singing and playing her delightful Deladis role. McTeer, on the other hand, kept up with her wide-eye stare with little reason.

Larry W (au) wrote: A little constricted (obviously,) but still great.

Tim S (ca) wrote: To be honest, I didn't find The Cat O'Nine Tails to be all that great. I actually found it kind of boring. The signature giallo plot twists are there and there isn't much gore to be seen (as Argento is usually known for), but it wasn't very appealing. I find it interesting to see Karl Malden pop up in a seemingly stripped-down mystery thriller, but it feels more like an American best-of rather than being its own thing. I found The Bird with the Crystal Plumage to be far superior, even though it came first. Dario Argento would go on to perfect the giallo later in the decade, while he felt this to be his weakest effort. I would have to concur with that. It's not terrible, but it's certainly lackluster.

Sylvester E (de) wrote: This is just a very great film from start to finish..I think it's, Spencer Tracy's best film work ever...A great family film that everyone needs to see...

Tom M (de) wrote: Machete may be tasteless but it is also pretty funny with Robert Rodriguez's style slapped on for additional flavor.

Ryan H (fr) wrote: Soundtrack? Great! Acting? Pretty good! Movie? Umm....It's something!

Liam C (ru) wrote: It's funny how the editor that I have praised so much throughout this series, Kevin Greutert, finally directs his full feature film but does not edit it himself. 'Saw VI' is a good sequel that still manages to bring something fresh to the table.Once again, the technicals are all good, it's great that the budget remains so small but the effects continue to improve, with the use of practical effects as well. The title sequence goes back to how it was before 'V' with the title all being on one line but they show it after the first trap is finished, which makes sense. The editing was still good but the editing between past and present wasn't used that much but that is just because there were not many opportunities to do so. We see Jill walk down a hallway where Kramer and Amada were and it looked like it was going to change from past to present but the cinematography showed it was still in the past; also, how did Jill not see Amanda when before he pointed? However, that hand motion seems to be the basis for what one of the posters of the film is. There seemed to be less of a focus on green this time and more with orange, perhaps just a coincidence, and the cinematography went somewhat blurry when it was a flashback. The focus of the main game this time was quite interesting, but I didn't really ever feel like these people were necessarily bad as they were just doing their job, the companies perhaps, but it is just how things go. I understood the theme and agree with it but still, I also didn't really feel like the games were as fair as before. Sure the games were never fair to begin with but there wasn't any opportunity here for everyone to be saved, it was done by Hoffman this time, but he still had plans of what to do. I do like how it seems to be in time with the film, that has happened before but it seems to be more so here. We also see less of the puppet on the footage this time, but he has some different appearances. Like before I wondered how did that person, in the breathing trap, not see the other one until they were revealed but that's how it goes. I agree with his choice in the second game and just imagine being stuck to a constantly spinning machine, that was the least of their worries but still. The games started after the trap recorder had finished, but seeing as how the door shut behind him, it made sense, like with the previous film. Also, when I saw them entering a sign that had 'zoologist' on it I was worried some animals were going to be involved, thankfully nothing happened! I thought the mask was in that box Jill has but they explain that because the scriptwriters think of everything but seeing 6 envelopes made me laugh at the thought that the scripts might be in there! And we hear Kramer swear again, he also said ass backwards as well, which I thought was a nice little touch. Hoffman was smart at the end with how he saved himself but originally it was written that Strahn was going to kill Hoffman, look how much changed. Jill transitions well to what she was like in the previous films to what she is now, even if in the next film it seems to be somewhat forgotten, although why do we keep having to see that part where the door shut on her!When Hoffman says in the hospital, 'did you learn?' you would have expected someone to work it out but they keep working their way slowly to finding him. I wondered why he threw the knife because of the fingerprints on it but once again the scriptwriters know what they are doing as he goes back in and sets it on fire but I'm not too sure how putting Strahm fingerprints on it would work though because of what happened to him. You do start to wonder at this point how they can continue to do a twist ending but they do it. You think the people in his cells are one thing but they are another and it was fun to watch, my only complaint with it is that the remixed theme they use near the end really does rob some of the finale of its fullest potential. Sometimes people don't fully realize how much a soundtrack helps, using a remix theme is fine throughout the film at times but not at the series' most iconic moments! But we get someone saying 'game over' again, so we have that. I'm surprised the box office return just dropped for this one, dropping gradually is to be expected but that didn't happen, they went from being steady to this. 'Saw VI', like its predecessors, is just a great example of when you have a story fully fleshed out and you know exactly what you are doing with it.

Iva C (ca) wrote: It is an awesome movie