Jerrod Carmichael: 8
Performing in the round and engaging audience members during his act, Carmichael addresses a wide range of subjects, including Trump’s victory, climate change, supporting the troops, animal rights, being a good boyfriend and his top four fears, as well as exploring larger themes like race, politics, love and family.
Comedian Jerrod Carmichael returns to HBO to give a sharp, subversive take on a range of topics such as Trump's victory, climate change, supporting the troops, animal rights, being a good boyfriend, and more. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jerrod Carmichael: 8 torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: quite ok.. a bit slow
(es) wrote: This is a classic comedy movie! More people need to see this jem.
(us) wrote: watchable, if very formulatic JCVD film. Some of the stunts were OTT but otherwise action was of good standard. If you like cheesy action films then there is something here for you
(mx) wrote: i love this movie it's funny
(ru) wrote: "What is Real? What is Art? What is...the End?"A young filmmaker in 1960s Paris juggles directing a cheesy sci-fi debacle, directing his own personal art film, coping with his crumbling relationship with his girlfriend, and a new-found infatuation with the sci-fi film's starlet. REVIEWFilmmaker Roman Coppola proves to be a chip off the old block (his dad is Francis Ford, duh!) with this sweetly dark comic valentine to foreign films of France and Italy focusing on a struggling film editor/auteur wannabe (Davies in all his squirmy, milquetoasty glory) assigned to a disastrous sci-fi B flick where he winds up being a replacement director and falls deeply in love with his gorgeous starlet (Lindvall, the epitome of sex echoing the leonine good looks of Catherine Deneuve at her start) in the process. Coppola has a keen technical sense incorporating set and production design, costumes, camerawork, editing and low-key acting to make a picture perfect ode to the hurly-burly world of filmmaking then and now. If there is a criticism it is that it is a bit slight in its theme (filmmaker's navel gazing fails to see the big picture: love is all around) yet there's a nice homage to Coppola's relationship with his famous father in the interplay between Davies and his onscreen father Stockwell, an absent-minded businessman, echoing nicely. The title is a play on Seek You = CQ.
(br) wrote: Not too bad to watch while you do something else.
(gb) wrote: I don't want to see it, but I do love Gary Oldman, so I may end up seeing it at some point anyway.
(de) wrote: I liked this movie. I know that other people do not, but this movies was funny and cute.
(ca) wrote: Summed up perfectly by the late Gene Siskel, this film plays you like a piano. Lynch's arousing yet unsettling portrait of the underbelly of the American dream is something you won't soon forget. He successfully immerses you into a pleasantville-esque world replete with the musical stylings of Bobby Vinton. From there, through the eyes of the fatally curious Kyle McLachlan, Lynch launches us into a hallucinogenic detective story that becomes more intriguing even as Lynch drags us further into the bowels of this perverse fairy tale. I must admit that this film did not thrill me upon first viewing. In fact, it was as pleasant as being hit in the head with a shovel. However, upon a second viewing I found out oddly enough that Lynch made me like and even admire the shovel that seemed hellbent on doing me harm. And for me that is quite an impressive feat, and one I soon won't forget.
(nl) wrote: My only big complaint about "Happy Birthday to Me" is that it's too long. Moments feel slow when a slasher should be fast-paced. But otherwise, I love this film. It's one of my favorite slasher movies of the 80's because it has J. Lee Thompson in the director's chair (director of "Cape Fear"!), some truly bizarre and painful murders (that shish-kabob scene), mostly likeable teenagers, a sympathetic and surprising turn from Melissa Sue Anderson of "Little House on the Prairie" fame, and an ending that wraps things up nicely.
(us) wrote: Technically brilliant and filmed remarkably well, it's shocking that this was made in 1921. 90 year later the transfer to Blu-ray by Criterion is amazing and really adds amazing detail and clarity never before seen in previous releases. The film itself is a wonderful age old tale of morality and turning one's life around before it is too late. What a beautiful and inspiring piece of cinema. The use of double exposure and the wonderful atmosphere really enhance the moodiness of the film. Not just a horror film, but one that tells the morality of man, what is right and wrong and that life is short and will end for everyone are all potent topics in The Phantom Carriage. No wonder it inspired Bergman to become a film director, as he watched it dozens of times! Victor Sjstrom gives a solid performance as he both directs and stars in the film and indeed you get a true feeling of his regret of a life poorly lived and how it affected all those around him. It's up to him whether he can use his fleeting spiritually time to bring him salvation, but it means sacrificing a lot. Highly Recommended!
(ag) wrote: Now I only saw part of it on tv, if people like Romance we'll hear we go I will have to say I'm not a fan of movies that are rated R, so I was not for this movie
(it) wrote: I went into this movie with 0 expectations, it had been a long time since I had seen a muppets movie though when I was young I do remember loving them. So I had seen this movie on Netflix for a while just asking me to watch it especially since I've almost run out of stuff I'm interested in watching on Netflix, but having recently watched looney toons back in action on tv and ninja turtles (the michael bay version) i had sorta been thrown off wanting to watch That nostalgic tv show turned movie scene. But I was honestly really happy throughout this movie it made me laugh it made me feel and it made me very much a child again, this movie is by far the best Muppets movie and there have been quite a few 8 I believe and some of them where pretty decent after watching this I kinda want to watch all of them again and all the Pee-Wee Hermans. The acting is decent the directing is decent the story line is decent the singing is good the jokes are funny and all of the cameos are really cool minus Selena Gomez who sounds like she's reading a teleprompter the whole time. I'm not a big fan of musicals but I didn't mind the whole singing thing usually I would have gave up quickly but I enjoyed this entire movie its very well made. I definitely recommend this movie to anyone who wants to have a nostalgic laugh or has kids or was a bug fan of the muppets, you won't be disappointed. 7/10
(us) wrote: what a piece of crap