In the world premiere of his Comedy Central one-hour stand-up special| "Beta Male|" Kumail Nanjiani ("John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show|" "Portlandia|" "Franklin
& Bash") tells you about all the things that terrify him completely. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kumail Nanjiani: Beta Male
Stand up Special debuted July 20th 2013
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Jinx C (jp) wrote: Here's a good one for ya...subtitled and a lil slow at some parts but a damn good flick...would've gave it a 5...watch it you'll understand.
Becky B (ca) wrote: this was actually quite good. I really enjoyed it
George E (au) wrote: Far and away the best war documentary ever made.
Mark A (ag) wrote: This is one of those "so bad it's good" kind of films, a good old-fashioned nunspoitation film. A Facebook friend, Devanny Pinn, has a speaking role in this, which provided the impetus to watch it. A lot of bang-bang shoot-'em-up, a lot of bloodshed, and a lot of nudity, but all in all, rather fun to watch as the sister gets her revenge in a Kill Bill kind of way. She was on a mission from God and no priest, Mother Superior, or bad-ass hombre was going to get in her way for long. This was fun!
Kyle M (jp) wrote: The film benefits from the wondrous sights the cinematography offers while the leads demonstrates the importance in life. (B)(Full review coming soon)
Knox M (mx) wrote: Quantum of Solace is without a doubt the worst Bond film ever made. Oh and a little tidbit, the film cuts approximately every six seconds.
Joseph M (au) wrote: Has absolutely nothing in common with the classic novel. Tries to turn an alternative Democratic system into fascism, thereby completely missing Henline's point. Tries to claim entire culture is about the military when that was only one aspect of the book. The writer, producer, and director need to learn reading compression.
jacqueline d (au) wrote: "kind of interesting movie with a woman like meg ryan as the lead role..you should watch this film..gonna like it...romantic....
Alexander C (ca) wrote: Could be worth watching. Will find and devour with my eyes!
Alex r (mx) wrote: Creature feature films are always a good bet when it comes to deliver terrific mindless entertainment. Razorback is one of the best films in the genre. I've seen my fair share of films in this genre, and this is one of the most memorable pictures in the genre. There have been plenty of great movies in the nature gone wild genre; many of them bring original thrilling ideas to the screen. Razorback is a stellar film in the genre, and there are some truly chilling scenes before all the carnage caused by the razorback itself. There are some pretty good performances here and director Russell Mulcahy crafts a solid horror picture that steadily builds up the fear in the viewer. Mulcahy would later direct the cult hit Highlander, but Razorback is one of his standout films. This is a well crafted film that is sure to please genre fans. In terms of killer creature films, Razorback is a stunning film that definitely warrants a view from viewers that enjoy films such as Jaws, Piranha, Alligator and countless others. The film is aided by terrific atmosphere, which add to the enjoyment and tense experience of the picture. In the nature gone wild genre, there have been many great films, but Razorback is exceptional. Director Russell Mulcahy opts to direct a more serious film that we've previously seen in this genre, and gives us a movie that generates the tension, with good performances and a memorable creature that creates the carnage. This is one of the darker films I've seen in the genre, and in turn is among the finest as well. There are plenty of bone chilling moments to be had with this one, and Razorback is one of the most surprising Aussie films of the 1980's. Razorback is a great film with a truly unique villain, a giant razorback wild boar. That may sound a tad silly, but there's enough serious material at work on-screen to make this one a standout horror feature. Definitely worth checking out if you love nature gone wild horror films.
Timm S (jp) wrote: Some Parts Just Really Bugged Me, So 1. The Villains & Heroes Are All So a Polite To Each Other, Even When It Appears They're Being 'Mean'..2. They Seem To Escape From All Manner Of Cornering's & Capture...3. He Jumps Between Two Cable Cars Some 15-Metres Apart?? Over A 5-6km Gorge?? Other Than That, There Is Some Boring Monologue Sub-Plots That Ultimately Distract From What Coulda Been A More Finely Cut Action Piece Of Cinema.
Cherish H (gb) wrote: My boyfriend thinks I watch it because The Rock is in it... ;p