Kathy Griffin: She'll Cut a Bitch

Kathy Griffin: She'll Cut a Bitch

Two-time Emmy Award-winning and self proclaimed D-Lister Kathy Griffins latest comedy special takes you backstage in Hollywood: from the Emmys to the Grammys and even to the Malibu mansion of Cher! Appearing before a sold out crowd at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in Portland, Oregon, Griffin is in top form dishing about scandalous misbehaving celebrities and her own uproarious escapades in Tinsel Town.

Two-time Emmy Award-winning and self-proclaimed "D-Lister" Kathy Griffin's latest comedy special takes you backstage in Hollywood -- from the Emmys to the Grammys and even to Cher's Malibu mansion! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kathy Griffin: She'll Cut a Bitch torrent reviews

Yuribel G (us) wrote: It was a good idea lacking the depth that would have translated the story into a good viewing experience...

Jen H (es) wrote: An exceedingly intelligent movie that is a lot more than it seems. It flits between the factual implications of the documentary, and the re-enactments and fake home-videos which are replications of past events. For a while, I was annoyed with the use of the actors which muddied the narrative somewhat, then I realised that was the point. To be honest, the story itself was kind of dull--but the meticulous editing, and hard-hitting interviewing and strong directing from Sarah Polley make this ultimately compelling.

Bernhard F (br) wrote: Great movie. First time director - awesome.

John M (nl) wrote: This just didnt flow very good and i just didnt like the movie. And hell i hate the war too but it felt forced and cliched.

Kjetil A (br) wrote: Ikke noe srlig. Verken karakterene eller plotet er gjennomfrt. En liten skuffelse.

Ryan I (jp) wrote: i don't now why they don't have macross plus !!!

Christine D (de) wrote: The 17th Century's not my favourite but it wasn't bad :-)

Logan M (nl) wrote: It might hit a little too close to home for some, but that might just be what it should be doing.

Im El Capitano A (jp) wrote: I cannot believe I have not seen this yet! Well...there are so many great films out there and o so little time to watch them all!

James H (au) wrote: Preposterous plot, and it is a shame. If they had left god sending messages from Mars and the whole anti Communist stand out of the film, it could have been really good. Decent production.

Groucho G (ru) wrote: His dark past rolled in like a black fog.

christian g (de) wrote: The best fighting/martial arts movies I've ever seen in my life. There's no love garbage, no drama, just people handing out ass whoopins all day.

William W (ru) wrote: This was solid and very enjoyable. My lady and I are huge classic rock and blues aficionados, and we tend to especially enjoy biopics of great musicians, so when I found out this was out, it was a natural accompaniment with a big bottle of Chilean red wine for a date night indoors. Greatly talented yet ill-starred musicians that are quickly catapulted to superstardom only to die in hideous and tragic circumstances are particularly fascinating--and Janis Joplin certainly fits the bill.I'm not sure I've seen any other of Amy Berg's works, but this was very well thought out and made. I haven't seen any other films about Janis, but in seeing this I can't see how any other could be any more definitive.Now to see the recent ones on Chet Baker, Miles Davis and Jimi Hendrix...

Keith M (ca) wrote: I wanted to like this movie. But other than the orchids, there was really nothing likeable or meaningful to be experienced. Whatever spirituality and mystery is trying to happen is disintegrated by two-dimensional characters and hollow relationships.

Dane W (de) wrote: Disturbing and creey, The Conjuring is one of the best horror films in recent years.