Kevin Hart: I'm a Grown Little Man

Kevin Hart: I'm a Grown Little Man

Fresh off the heels of appearing in movies like Superhero Movie and The 40 Year-Old Virgin, fast-talking comedian Kevin Hart stars in this live stand-up performance where he makes fun of everything and everybody - especially himself.

With his wisecracking one-of-a-kind style of comedy, Kevin Hart pokes fun at everyone - even his audience. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jesse O (ca) wrote: If you cut about 40 minutes off of this, you'd have such a better movie on your hands. There's no real reason this movie should be 20 minutes short of THREE FUCKING HOURS. There's just no reason at all. It just doesn't work, especially when all the characters pretty much share the same experiences. If this was like a Pulp Fiction, wherein they're all related to one another but their individual stories are vastly different from each other then it might've worked. But the movie pretty much ALWAYS gives you the same perspective no matter which character is on screen. And that's a problem. The story is interesting enough to where you don't feel like you're wasting time watching it, but it can be a very tedious movie to watch sometimes. The writing is good, the acting is strong, the cinematography is excellent. But the length of the movie just KILLS it for me. What should've been a tighter story just goes on and on and on and on and on. It just doesn't fucking stop. I really believe if this movie was approximately 2 hours long, it would've been a pretty great movie. I can believe that, because there are some really great moments on this movie. It's just surrounded by shit that doesn't really need to be there. The make up on Jae-yeong Jeong is actually really damn good. I think they went a bit far on the spots on his face, but other than that it was really good. And Jae was definitely a highlight again with his, typically, strong performance. And the twist is definitely a very stupid one. *SPOILER ALERT* Ryu's father died because he wanted his son to come to town to deal out his own judgment. What the fuck does that even mean? It makes absolutely no sense. Then again, it was strongly hinted at the end that Yong-ji killed Ryu. Yes we watched THREE hours of this and they didn't bother telling us what ACTUALLY happened. See...that shit works in shorter movies. But since you had us watch for THREE hours and you didn't really solve anything, that's simply bullshit. Some of this movie was great, some of it wasn't. Only watch if you have the tolerance for the length. Trust me, it won't be an easy three hours.

Steffen W (de) wrote: we actually turned it off after about a half hour of not knowing what the hell was going on. Drop me a line if anyone ever sits through this one and let me know how it is.

Calvin R (de) wrote: Horrible bosses, is funny, and it has a solid premise. Great performances, hilarios dialogues, and a great script, makes this a great comedy.

Trevor F (fr) wrote: Seriously funny movie that for some reason people didn't find funny. For those of you, you are idiots. The change that Siegel goes through is hilarious, and who doesn't love Super Bunny. I don't get it why people didn't like this, but this movie is great.

Dillon L (gb) wrote: Poorly written, incoherent, and really not all that funny.

mike p (nl) wrote: Well made. And there is no political bullshit involved in the film. Its just an intimate look at the soldeirs involved in the war. One cant help but feel for these kids over there and wonder when the credits roll at the end if they are still alive?

Rendan L (ru) wrote: Team America is so offensive it's hilarious. Grade: B+

George I (mx) wrote: this was when i was in love with Neve Campbell

David S (nl) wrote: Still one of my favorites. Watching it now as an adult, I have to admit, Clint Eastwood underperformed. His one-liners and smooth-talking towards Renee Russo was pretty cheesy and his acting was even a bit quirky, plus his action scenes were visibly fake (watch closely when he throws a punch, way off target). However, the story is top-notch, edge-of-your-seat caliber and John Malkovich turns in one of his best acting performances ever. That's saying a lot for the versatile, incredibly gifted actor who's provided countless classic figures to refer to. This movie just should not be missed, and should be revisited repeatedly.

Jeff J (au) wrote: Well the best and really only good part of this was the Miles Davis soundtrack. The movie itself is nothing special, just your run-of-the-mill everything going wrong that can go wrong immediately following a crime type of movie. Often these types of movies can be played for comic effect, but in this case it is simply a moralistic tragedy.

Tracy N (jp) wrote: This modern adaptation of Shakespeare's "Hamlet" is fresh, revolutionary - a truly brilliant realization! I think that even those who shy away from the Shakespeare's twisted, complex language would enjoy and relate to this fantastic piece of work. David Tennant brings charm and wit to the young Prince of Denmark like none other. The only fault (and its hardly a fault at that) is that his character becomes slightly reminiscent of the Tenth Doctor (of BBCs Doctor Who) at times. Sir Patrick Stewart is a splendid choice as King Claudius - his impatient expression perfectly displays the hidden evil behind the character. A MUST SEE FOR BOTH TENNANT AND SHAKESPEARE FANS!!!