Kevin Hart: What Now?

Kevin Hart: What Now?

Comedian Kevin Hart performs in front of a crowd of 50,000 people at Philadelphia's outdoor venue, Lincoln Financial Field.

Comedic rock star Kevin Hart takes center stage in this groundbreaking, record-setting, sold-out performance of What Now?, providing a humorous insight into parenting, people on the edge, current events and his everyday hardship's in life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kevin Hart: What Now? torrent reviews

Alfin N (jp) wrote: Parents treat you like crap. Live on the street, grow up in jail. Where you ended as crap.

Adam T (jp) wrote: Fantastic movie about the adolescence of John Lennon. I wholeheartedly recommend this to any Beatles fanatic

Kim B (ru) wrote: I didn't even want to finish it

Larry C (ca) wrote: Nicholas Sparks writing is a felony. To waste the talent of Amazing Amanda Seyfried is also a capital crime. I really hate this movie.

Chucky (jp) wrote: August 1st 2009December 4th 2011July 9th 2016December 14th 2016

Seraphic W (ag) wrote: Well, I'll be damned. I actually liked a movie starring Will Farrell. No, scratch that, I actually liked Will Farrell in a movie. Maggie Gyllenhaal even, I mean... What is this world coming to?!An unexpected recommendation on my part but a fierce one nonetheless because this is a small, hidden gem of superb acting and interesting premise which, okay, doesn't always deliver and at times it verges on the contrived and the twee but... it's a Ferrell movie. And it's good!And if you still need convincing, Emma Thompson and Dustin Hoffman. There. Enjoy.

Finbar C (es) wrote: One of the most interesting docs I've ever seen about a group of fuck ups.

Vtor M (ag) wrote: Uma histrta altamente emocional, uma gesto dos tempos fascinante saltando de cena em cena mais ou menos aleatoriamente como as emoes que a perda nos deixa, excelentes interpretaes muito bem dirigido com os movimentos certos no tempo adequado.

Samantha P (de) wrote: I liked it! The beginning and ending were very quick, and the ending was wrapped up a bit too nicely. SPOILER (not really, the movie was somewhat predictable) I wish they actually showed the scientists creating the cure more and made it a race to save Nicole Kidman. SPOILER OVER However, I think it was a very intriguing concept and had me on edge for nearly the entire movie! This was surprising. I had to grip my dog for the first half, but I was just rubbing him for the last half. So, I wish it was a bit more terrifying and thrilling around the end.

Sing Chie T (es) wrote: Poor acting. Ambitious undertaking

Mrs P (it) wrote: This movie has a good story line.

Spencer S (es) wrote: This is one of the more polarizing and challenging period pieces to ever be put to screen, mostly because of the sensitive subject matter and the use of a child actress to play a child. Brooke Shields as child prostitute Violet plays a girl who thinks she knows the ins and outs of adult sexual relationships but is still the same spoiled, inept child she should be. Raised in a whorehouse and privy to the goings on in the upstairs bedrooms, the young girl wants more than anything to be raffled off and made a whore for the same money and prestige as the other women. Sadly she doesn't realize how empty that life is, and that those around her are happy to take advantage the first moment that she's vulnerable. While the story itself is very upsetting, it's good to see the evolution of Violet's character from a spoiled brat into a lost girl. The supporting cast is amazing, including Susan Sarandon as Violet's equally spoiled mother, Frances Faye as the Madame, enamored with fading glamour, and Keith Carradine as the photographer Bellocq, someone who covets the young girl's beauty. For the subject at hand, it's tastefully done, and at no time is prostitution truly glamorized, instead showing how youth can be stolen so quickly it can break your heart.

Clara J (fr) wrote: I just watch this, haven read the book as a child and it being one of my favorites, I thought I would really like it, but I didn't! The boy acted like a brat, the creatures acted like they were just insane! They weren't cute or even really funny! In the end it made very little sense and I found myself happy when it finally ended! It was boring for the most part, and disturbing the rest of the time! It seems it could have been done allot better!

Sarah C (de) wrote: Yet more randomness from the 60s ...

Luis G (mx) wrote: i don't even think i liked it as a child

Matthew J (us) wrote: I'm not sure why this movie is rated so poorly. I'm sure some people were expecting a slapstick comedy given the cast. I thought it was very entertaining. Ben Baker (Zach Galifianakis)

Ash M (nl) wrote: she reminds me of some one in my family