Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work

Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work

A documentary on the life and career of Joan Rivers, made as the comedienne turns 75 years old.

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Yash B (br) wrote: This is the type of coming of age movie that teens of today's age or the last few years should really connect with. I thought it was a movie that was funny in places and genuinely tender as well. I really enjoyed all of the performances in this movie but Hailee Steinfeld and Woody Harrelson are for sure the two who stand out. The exchanges of dialogue among these two characters were very entertaining. The movie is a simple one and this type of story has been told before but overall it is original due to the razor sharp writing and great performances.

sam v (nl) wrote: just an average spy thriller which sucks in its second half

Phil P (it) wrote: Enjoyed some parts and aspects. Didn't know squat about Spector before I watched it. Al and Helen both felt a bit over the top, but perhaps that was required for the characters. I dunno. Kind of a fluff piece - if that's even possible for a story based on a murder.

Divina B (ru) wrote: love it it makes me want to dance

Sarah C (es) wrote: Canadian classic...very funny!!

Wendy G (ca) wrote: Beautifully sad love story!

Thomas T (nl) wrote: An underground legend where many of the great black talent started out and learned their craft. Something I would watch over any blockbuster fa sho.

Dan H (fr) wrote: Brilliant documentary. A very serious-minded, well-orchestrated piece of art and humanity all in one.

Diarra C (br) wrote: I saw this movie when it first came out in 1985. I was 9 years old. I fell in love with this movie, and it has been at the top of my favorites' list ever since. I love to dance and sing, so this movie has everything that excites me. I have seen this movie so many times that I can recite it by heart. And believe me, I have! This is a fun-loving movie that takes you back to when times were much simpler. It is so much fun to look back and see just how fun the 80's were! Check it out! I promise that when it is over, you'll be smiling!

Joe A (ru) wrote: Zombie Holocaust is a gore-soaked Italian cult classic also known under it's more infamous title (and edit) of Dr. Butcher M.D. It's the story of an outbreak of cannibalism in NYC and across the U.S. that leads Health Dept. Dr. Peter Chandler (Zombi's Ian McCulloch) to a small island in the South East Pacific. Not only does Chandler and his team find cannibals waiting there but, a mad scientist (Donald O'Brien) and his horde of zombies as well. Can any of them escape alive? Not only was this film inspired by the success of Lucio Fulci's "Zombi" it also borrows stars McCulloch and Dakkar, as well as, films on some of the same sets and locations. Director Marino Girolami is no Fulci but, he delightfully takes us through this goofy story filled with cannibal feasts, hideous surgical procedures and zombie attacks. And when he's not spilling blood and entrails, he's finding ways to get sexy anthropologist, Lori (Alexandra Cole) out of her clothes. The gore isn't quite up to Zombi's standards either but, there is plenty and it spatters in the appropriate amounts. This is a fun midnight movie and a welcome addition to any Italian gore film festival. Crack open a brew and have a bloody good time.

Alice A (us) wrote: Un gran buco nell'acqua. Salvo solo un'immagine.Peccato perch le buone intenzioni da parte della regista c'erano tutte, ma il film risulta poco chiaro, esageratamente simbolico e pesante.

Nelson P (it) wrote: Through "Sands of Iwo Jima," we learn about the rough context of war; either kill or be killed. John Wayne flawlessly portrays John Striker a killing machine with a heart of gold. It has some really great battle scenes for its time and definitely gave Spielberg inspiration for Saving Private Ryan.

Dylan D (ru) wrote: *batteries not included has left a legacy that embodies good-spirited movie magic. It's an endlessly lovable movie, built around a simple premise that becomes fantastical and serves to only reinforce core human values. It's very well made, enjoying direction that underscores its qualities and performances that accentuate its humanity.

Nathan R (nl) wrote: I wanted to enjoy this going into it, but every single story within the story bored me to tears except the "car accident and hospital" segment. Nothing really interesting happened in any of the other ones, and I felt more like someone listening to another person talk about a dream they had once than I did actually watching a film.