John Heffron: Middle Class Funny
Funny is the only word that truly captures John Heffron (well, MESSY if you ask his wife). Hailing from the small town of South Lyon, MI (Detroit just sounds tougher), John's middle class upbringing has shaped his comedic voice. His attention to detail and his ability to poke fun at those things that make each of us a little crazy is what has made this stand-up veteran a favorite on stage. When John opens his mouth, you will immediately wonder if he has been spying on your life. Whether talking about your childhood or living in your marriage...he just knows what makes us tick. Truly a talented comedian on every level, give yourself the gift of John, sit back and enjoy.
Funny is the only word that truly captures John Heffron (well, MESSY if you ask his wife). Hailing from the small town of South Lyon, MI (Detroit just sounds tougher), John's middle class upbringing has shaped his comedic voice. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
John Heffron: Middle Class Funny torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Manakamana is a Hindu temple in Nepal that people visit and make offerings or sacrifices. There's a cable car that takes people up to the temple. For the first half of this documentary, people take the cable car up to the temple. In the second half, people take the cable car down. That is quite literally all that happens. People are filmed in real time for the 10 minutes it takes to ride the car. Sometimes they talk to each other. Sometimes they don't. In one case, they are a bunch of goats (really). They don't seem to be aware that they are on camera. This film is riveting. Seriously. I loved it.
(es) wrote: HILARIOS! 'Nuff said.
(de) wrote: Dritbra kftsmll till alla skenheliga mbracoacher!
(ca) wrote: No energy (bad editing ?), everything is so slow. The relathionships between the caracters are completly left out, the complexity of how Griet is acting is not explained, the risks that she is taking which led to the end of the story (the end is different in the book, better in the book), the end of the story is suppose to be tragic but nothing happens here. Nothing of how society rules were followed at that century are really seen. No, it's not a sucessful adaptation. The book gets you into are and into painting, explaining you the techniques, the subptility of painting, how to chose the right colours, what is the appropriate light, the right angle etc, here ? nothing at all.
(us) wrote: Audrey Tautou! I'm for it.
(jp) wrote: This was one of those oddball films that had somehow eluded me even back in the VHS days, so I gave it a spin via Netfux Streaming and I have to say that it was as middling as most '90s horror tended to be.I'm certainly glad this wasn't a blind buy, or I would be full of buyer's remorse, as I have no clue what occasion I would have to re-watch this one.
(kr) wrote: This film is seriously messed up but fun at the same time! To summarise this in the best way possible, actually its just too weird to try and explain, check it out (includes a scene with a brain in a mixer! Just looks like a yazhoo milk shake! YUK!). With great performances from Lenord Rossitor (Rigsby from Rising damp!) Malcolm Mcdowell and Robbie Coltrane. It??s a very weird piece of cinema.
(jp) wrote: The Biography of the Woman Boss of Bad Girls...
(nl) wrote: Martin Scorsese's epic has quite a few selling points. Its production design and cinematography, a superb performance from Daniel Day-Lewis and it's a solid story of vengeance and loyalty. However, it's a little bit too long and Cameron Diaz's performance is... barely passable. The soundtrack's pretty awesome though.
(de) wrote: Not seen this version
(it) wrote: In this twisty plot that skips a lot through time and place the actors reign supreme. Having said that, I still don't know much about who Michael Clayton, the man and the fixer, is. It seems relatively clear that Clayton, played by Clooney, is growing a conscience. In the midst of the Bourne series (which I haven't seen yet), Tony Gilroy builds tons of mystery and deception into this story. You hope that Tom Wilkinson's Arthur gets better and gets out of the dirty legal life. You hope for the downfall of the conglomerate represented by Tilda Swinton's Karen. And Clayton's son's fantasy novel is this weird piece that just completes the puzzle.