John Pinette: I'm Starvin'!

John Pinette: I'm Starvin'!

Fresh from his role in the Broadway musical hit "Hairspray," self-effacing stand-up funnyman John Pinette delivers nonstop laughs at the Montreal Comedy Festival. An all-new routine covers topics from health food to family get-togethers, and backstage footage and hilarious outtakes add to the fun. Pinette's successful acting career extends to TV and the big screen as well as the stage; his films include Duets, Dear God and Junior.

After starring in the Broadway smash Hairspray, John Pinette (The Punisher, Revenge of the Nerds) returns in the hottest show at the Montreal Comedy Festival. Named "Stand-Up Comedian of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


John Pinette: I'm Starvin'! torrent reviews

(br) wrote: Despite the plots, the photography of the film is brilliant, in that the sunbeam, the beach of St. Barbara give me a strong feeling of the sense of immersion. Just as the old saying goes: 'There wouldn't be a single young adult who isn't confused.' The reason why life is splendid is because it's full of uncertainty. Some people comes to your life, some people go by, each person is destined to be able to accompany you to walk only one section of the life path, it's unavailing to cater for the so called everlasting getting together, so just cherish every person who goes through every segment of life by your side.Feminism isn't the emphasis of the movie, if so, it would inevitably slide into a cliche. I guess 'exploring' maybe the core of the film, the gradual comprehension of the other gender, the little by little sophistication after the ablution of ages...

Xingheng W (mx) wrote: campy, bad acting, but i loved it.

Joseph L (de) wrote: I use to watch this movie as a kid, my brother and I use to love it.

Adam B (gb) wrote: Lavishly made and historically accurate and very well acted. The film does however suffer slightly in both it's length and it's slightly too over dramatic feel, sounding more like a Shakespeare play than a feature film. However, this aside it is an enthralling portrayal of the two protagonists and is worth a look for both those interested in history and for those who just like a good story

Ian G (au) wrote: Another average follow up to the Apes franchise and the final one until the lambasted Burton attempted reboot, Battle for the Planet of the Apes is the second film that was visably lifted for ideas for the remade Andy Serkis version of the series, most notably the power struggle between Ceaser and one of his soliders as to how to best manage the human relationship now that Apes have started to manage the planet and humans have fallen into a minroity, a few teachers and a bunch hiding in the old cities strugglling to overcome radiation poisoning from a nuclear attack of sorts. Told from the future from the timeline of the original film, it is intriguing if anything to compare the choices between Battle Of.... and the sequel it directly influenced Dawn of the..... Otherwise not as inspiring as earlier installments, merely perfunctory.

Chloe C (nl) wrote: My husband puts it somewhat aptly: this is a rom com for males. Too much narrative for me. Other than that, the chemistry between the lovers seemed credible and some of the chatter between his writer friends were hilarious.

Dusty L (fr) wrote: 85% on my Tomatometer.

Kirsten E (gb) wrote: Despite the grumpy remarks from some of the critics, I laughed like a drain when I first saw it, and I think it still contains some of the most memorable bits of comedy action ever. One of my favourite films.