Jim Jefferies: Fully Functional
There's something magical about an Australian accent that seems to make even the most caustic wit come off with good-natured charm. And that delicate blend of deviant behavior and good intentions has skyrocketed Aussie comic Jim Jefferies to international acclaim with critics and fans alike. In this new hour-long special, the man hailed by Q Magazine as "Britain's most offensive stand-up comedian" shares fresh tales from his life on the edge, including a menage a trois in Montreal and attending a party where God is on the guest list.
Jim Jefferies is a globally renowned Australian stand-up, hailed by critics and loved by legions of fans. In FULLY FUNCTIONAL, Jim tells us true life stories filled with good intentions wrapped up in deviant behaviour. In HD. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: Monday, October 6, 2014(2012) 10 YearsDRAMA Although, there aren't any actual cringing moments, I was still able to enjoy this film for what it is since every reunion are generally different anyway. Also, had it not been that genuine moment near the end between Marty (Justin Long) , Becky (Juliet Lopez) and A. J. (Max Minghella), I wouldn't have felt this film wasn't worth watching had it not for that 1 scene. Written and directed by Jamie Linden, has a group of adults who haven't seen one another in about '10 years' or so , including Jake(Channing Tatum) who was also given credited as one of the producers, Cully (Chris Pratt), Elise(Kate Mara), and Mary(Rosario Dawson). Much of it's scenes appear to be a 'yuppie- like environment' portraying the characters to an upper class and sometimes polished because of the photos and set up, making the amount of money spent to put this reunion together seemed unrealistic to most viewers since they're never this flamboyant. It does however seem to depict a particular time when 'selfies' and I-phones weren't the big thing so it would resort to just plain ol' photographs. Part of the reason I'm unable to relate is because, (besides having zero interest into attending to a reunion) is whenever I see the word 'reunion', the first thing that comes to my mind are the peers I went to school with that have criminal records, and they're some I know who're immoral and unethical nor will ever change. These characters are so polished, viewers are left wondering whether they're really people. I don't no anyone that really acts like this in real life. Another interesting footnote is the fact that actor, Channing Tatum also has his actual wife, by the name of Jenna Dewan Tatum as Jess to star with him in this as well, playing his current girlfriend who's about to be proposed. 2.5 out of 4 stars
(au) wrote: I wanna see this movie
(us) wrote: We watched this at school. OK, but not as good as the book.
(jp) wrote: I have great memories of this movie. I enjoyed watching the dynamics between a grandfather and his grandson.
(jp) wrote: Another good film from Woody Allen. Great way to speak about the need that most people have to blend and be liked. And a lot of funny lines.
(ru) wrote: This is one of those it's so bad that it's so good movies
(br) wrote: can we change our destiny? or are we victim?a nice and naive freudian attempt. balanced eroticism. well cinematography.
(de) wrote: I think some viewers and critics have trouble putting this movie in a category or genre, and so they struggle with their reaction. It tells a unique and original story about a wide range of fascinating characters, with great out-of-comfort-zone performances by talented actors whom I'm always happy to watch. Stallone's performance alone is a revelation -- much different from the characters he is typically forced to play in his big Hollywood productions. It bears watching more than once.
(ag) wrote: Stumbled on this one and couldn't turn the channel. Hits close to home for a lot of people. Should be on every couple's must-watch list.