Kyle Kinane: Whiskey Icarus
Kinane's first one-hour comedy special "Whiskey Icarus," during which the gruff-voiced funny man dishes on unsliced pizza, stereotypes, chivalry, single white dudes at the movie theater, suburbia and some weirdo who brought a bag of pancakes onto a plane
- Director:Joe DeMaio,
- Writer:Kyle Kinane
In his first hour-long Comedy Central special| Kyle Kinane contemplates the existence of God| and the true meaning of being delivered an unsliced pizza. This special
is extended and uncensored with all sorts of extra Kyle. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kyle Kinane: Whiskey Icarus torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: This is a very clean, and very entertaining movie. It is endearing and sincere but still had its intense moments. I really, really loved it! I bought it actually! It is a romance/scifi movie but I think it is something everyone can enjoy--not just teenagers or any specific demographic. Definitely watch it if you haven't already!
(nl) wrote: I saw this Suite Life Movie on channel 52 of Disney because it took place on the real cruise ship for the S.S. Tipton it is better then their hit series Suite Life on Deck because The Suite Life on Deck is only a set with the seven sea's high cabins, The juicebar with the chairs, stair case that has a balcony with a water and a spa with wooden chairs with wooden table on the wooden deck they film it inside a building!
(fr) wrote: Belleza de documental.
(de) wrote: The film certainly means well to shine a spotlight on a very real and heartbreaking issue, but this is really a glorified Lifetime movie disguised as an independent film. Damian Harris claims to have spent 10 years doing research for this film. I'm certainly not doubting that at all, but what I am saying is that he didn't find a way to successfully implement his research into an emotionally engaging story. That might sound a little cold, but it's the truth. I found the film to be quite the chore that just dragged and dragged and dragged. It doesn't help that the film is really heavily dramatized in order to manipulate your emotions. The story would be heartbreaking enough without the film CLEARLY manipulating you in order to get the response they desire. That's what gives it that TV film quality. There's some good parts to the film, like Leslie's and Donnie's relationship and how they've grown to depend on each other in the face of horrific consequences. And how that sort of develops into an "attraction" when they're both much older. The problem is that, while Gillian Jacobs and Evan Ross are both individually good, though Evan has one really bad scene, they don't really have much chemistry with each other and the film is just TRYING so hard to tell this story of these two, who wouldn't have even met if it wasn't due to the fact they were both kidnapped as children and forced into prostitution, and how they're meant to be together forever to look after each other. It was a good idea but the chemistry between Evan and Gillian was definitely lacking and that really hurt what the film was trying to do. Good idea, but the leads just don't have any chemistry. It's clear they were just paid to pretend to like each other and I mean they ARE actors, so that's what they're hired to do. But in many movies, the chemistry between the leads is such that it doesn't FEEL like they're pretending, it just feels like an extension of their real-life relationship, or even friendship. Movies like This Is The End work because it's clear that everyone involved in the cast is friends with each other and that translates on-screen and it makes the film that much more fun. Not that this film was ever meant to be fun, but the point is that you can see through the facade, you can tell that Evan and Gillian probably, while maybe they didn't dislike each other, had very little in common with each other and didn't hang out together unless it was strictly for the benefits of the film. You can see through it immediately and that's a very big problem with the film. On top of the fact that it tells you the TV movie version of the story rather than the real one. Like I said, there's some good moments and the acting is more than solid, but the film's story and its pacing really leaves a lot to be desired. I say this a lot, but the worst thing a film can be is a chore to sit through, because if I had stopped the film halfway through, it wouldn't have bothered me if I never finished it. That's a problem, so the film, in my view, missed the mark on its subject matter by a monumental margin. Wouldn't really recommend this film at all.
(mx) wrote: Rubbish with shit effects and dull story. Unfortunately it was the only thing on at my cimena that we hadn't seen
(nl) wrote: A film about Kazakh shepherds. I sense I may have an uphill battle on my hands persuading people to watch this, but the film is absolutely worth it so here goes ...Tulpan is the story of Asa, a young man who, having completed his naval service, travels back to the barren landscape of the Kazakh steppe (consult your atlas) where his sister and her shepherd husband live a nomadic life. His only hope of marriage is Tulpan, the daughter of another shepherd family, and the film documents his attempts not only to woo her, but also to find his place in the world.And what a world. The way of life depicted here seems so alien it verges on science fiction: flat, desolate vistas and tornado-battered dwellings (I half expected one of the sand people from Star Wars to pop up and start honking in the foreground) and a couple of dilapidated vehicles that could have been taken from the set of Mad Max. It's safe to say the inhabitants of this world are largely unconcerned with whether John and Edward remain in X-Factor (I mean what was Simon thinking??!!!??!). I don't mean that to sound patronizing. This is a tough life, and I would undoubtedly keel over and die minutes after realising my iPhone had no signal.However, as alien as this world may seem, it's easy to identify with the characters as their concerns are universal: finding love, and finding a direction in life (Asa's dream of an idyllic future life is touchingly drawn on his naval uniforms collar). Asa is a romantic, convinced he is in love with Tulpan despite having never met (or even seen) her. His repeated attempts to beguile her elderly parents (while Tulpan peeks from behind curtains) and his insistence on telling the same convoluted octopus-attack story is indicative of the film's gentle, sweet-natured humour.Director Sergey Dvortsevoy directed several award winning documentary films. Tulpan is his first feature film, though his previous work shines through: the film has a naturalistic, documentary feel where events seem to unfold organically onscreen in long, unbroken takes which in reality must have been very carefully choreographed by the director. An extended, 10 minute lamb-birthing scene, which happened for real, is both tense and extremely moving.This is a very cleverly made, if slow moving, coming-of-age film, and anyone prepared to step outside of their comfort zone and adjust to its rhythms will find it a vivid, bracing and rewarding experience.
(us) wrote: scary. We should fight against gene patent.
(fr) wrote: Very well done Sherlock Holmes film in which Holmes pursues Jack the Ripper and uncovers a deeper scandal reaching perhaps to the British throne.
(au) wrote: England, 932 AD. King Arthur and his loyal squire Patsy are travelling across the land, recruiting knights for Arthur's Round Table. Ultimately, however, King Arthur is on an even more important quest - finding the Holy Grail. To find it he and his knights will have to pit their wits and strength against all manner of foe, including the Black Knight, the Knights who say Ni, the Rabbit of Caerbannog, the Legendary Black Beast of Aaargh, The Bridge-keeper of the Bridge of Death, and some pesky, trash-talking French soldiers who seem to thwart them at every turn.One of the funniest movies ever made (if not THE funniest). Hilariously over-the-top and inane, and the perfect example of the sheer creativity, unconstrained thinking and left-field mentality of Monty Python. Some scenes just have to be seen to be believed, they are so out there. Not just physical humour, the dialogue is brilliant too. Just about every line is eminently quotable. It also includes the most bizarre and original ending to a movie you'll ever see. A true comedy classic.
(es) wrote: Based on a true story, thie film follows a woman and her young son taken captive in Borneo by the Japanese in WWII. I was surprised that there was some sympathetic treatment of the Japanese - this was only five years after the end of the war, but expected a lack of realism concerning the state of the prisoners - today we would expect them to be portrayed looking thinner and dirtier. An interesting story, which was spoilt for me by the schmaltzy ending.
(fr) wrote: Too confusing and convoluted for its own good, 12 is a big step down from their first outing.
(ru) wrote: Jaws 3 is so bad it's worth watching just to have a good laugh and cringe. Jaws: The Revenge seems to be a genuine attempt to recapture something of the original but doesn't quite work, and left me a bit bored at times. However, as a Jaws franchise fan I can find some enjoyment in it.