Jim Gaffigan: Mr. Universe
Recorded at the Warner Theater in Washington, DC on February 25th, 2012, Mr Universe follows in the model of Louis CK's Live At The Beacon Theater and has been made exclusively available for online purchase only, directly from Gaffigan's website. This 75-minute special contains more of Gaffigan's trademark, surreal humor on food, life, his nit-picky fans, and whales in denial. Also, a part of the proceeds from sales of Mr. Universe will go to the Bob Woodruff Foundation, a organization which assists veterans and their families as servicemen return to civilian life.
Jim Gaffigan does it again with his new stand-up Mr. Universe. Gaffigan jumps from topic to topic joking around with a varied number of topics. Some of the topics included are McDonalds, family, Disney World, and much more. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jim Gaffigan: Mr. Universe torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Predictable but had some funny parts. Not bad if you're not expecting much.
(jp) wrote: Its a rip off of 'Disclosure', well ripping off Hollywood movie isn't a new thing in Bollywood. I give both of this movie 3 star, cause they are enjoyable in their own different way. Priyanka Chopra suits playing the sex-up bitch here, I seriously adore this actress; she is by far the best thing in Indian movies.
(ag) wrote: A rewatch from my childhood. Glad to know it's still entertaining. Very cute.
(us) wrote: How on earth this was ever considered a video nasty I'm not sure - unless the version I saw was edited. Had a couple of good killings, but otherwise was pretty predictable. ..
(us) wrote: MACBETH WITH SAMURAI COULD YOU ASK FOR A MORE AWESOME MOVIE
(it) wrote: Decent, but nothing special. There is a reason than The Wolf Man is known as THE wolf classic. That said this film is pretty alright. The story is a bit to slow, and it can be boring at times, but I think it is pretty well done. The wolf effects are nothing mind blowing, but they are what they are for the time.
(us) wrote: Although it is beloved by many, and served as my introduction to Ozu, I never warmed up to "Good Morning". The silent that inspired it is far stronger because it deals with the same issues precisely and more pointedly. The later film suffers when Ozu tries to critique the artificial world of television. There's a decided American sitcom influence that while interesting on a certain level is thankfully nowhere to be found in the original. You're left with an already confident director beginning to do away with the broad slapstick that pervaded the earlier entry in this DVD set (and presumably many of his other early works) in favor of a more involving examination of the dynamics of disappointment and acceptance within the family.
(us) wrote: Leone's sprawling epic is an operatic masterpiece. Such an immense film yet so few words to do it justice.