Larry the Cable Guy offers a sidesplitting stand-up performance in front of an enthusiastic audience of 50,000 fans in this Fourth of July 2009 special filmed live at Lincoln's Memorial Stadium in the comedian's home state of Nebraska. Larry's hilarious bits include "Prostate Professional," "Global Warming," "Hot Dog Whisperer," "Male Enhancement," "Boob Tube," "Truck Talk," "Buying in Bulk," "Bad Ventriloquist" and more. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Ian D (gb) wrote: Such a sweet film. Indo-Canadian - is that a thing? A film about food and deception. :-)
Sherri T (es) wrote: you should realy show the movie. cause that is so lam
Mikael B (fr) wrote: I actually thought the first half of the movie was the better, the story was chilling and well told. The second half however was much like an average slasher film. The gore effects were great though.
Harold T (nl) wrote: For lovers of copiracy theory...real or not...a very entertaining period drama ....see it.
Kris W (ag) wrote: Very strange movie shot mostly on digital film, Julia Roberts and Blair Underwood play characters in the main plot,a journalist interviewing an acotor, but the they are also maybe actors playing those 2 characters in the mian plot, so it's like a movie within a movie, or not, who knows. It works as long as u dont try to make sense of it. Some really good scenes, and a few funny camoes: Spolier follows; Brad Pitt plays an actor, David Fincher (Zodiac) plays a director, Terrence Stamp pops up every now and then, though for no real reason, annd Rainn Wilson is in it but u really only hear his voice...
Barbara M (de) wrote: Not one of my favorites but still not bad
Wes S (mx) wrote: While it gets incredibly dumb at times and seems like a complete dud... it can't but be entertaining. The characters are corny, and the CGI isn't the best, nor does it do complete justice to the original show, but it's fun to pick around the references. The film is pure mindless sci-fi fun.
Alma M (br) wrote: The best movie...I absolutely love this movie...unparalleled for me...
Emmanuel S (br) wrote: '1942' is not as bad as history would lead you to believe. It's just not great for a Spielberg film.
Gordon B (fr) wrote: Dominique Sanda and Helmut Berger - what a pair
R R (fr) wrote: Not one of Bergman's most popular films, but certainly one of my personal favourites. A thoughtful, upsetting, and quietly despairing masterpiece.
X T (jp) wrote: Simply one of the most visually stunning silents ever. Unlike the other Sternbergs I've seen this one often goes for a more of gritty, realistic aesthetic instead of the heavily stylized sets in The Scarlet Empress. The beginning of the film was so gorgeous and evocative (has there ever been a more poetic suicide scene?) that the more character and story focused parts after that failed to live up to the towering expectations the beginning set up. It doesn't mean that those parts were bad in anyway, in fact the characters and their relationships are quite affecting and well handled, I just wished that more of that smoky atmospheric night scenes where Sternberg can show off his brilliant lighting techniques.
Jonny P (ag) wrote: "Last Action Hero" is an interesting play (and partial spoof) on the stereotypical action film. It stars Arnold Schwarzenegger alongside a young movie fan who is transported into an action film to help him bust the bad guys. It is full of great movie references including "Amadeus," E.T." a black-and-white Humphrey Bogart, and even "Terminator 2"! While the film isn't anything amazing, it is worth watching for the movie jokes and is a must for movie buffs. Seriously, the whole Salieri thing is hysterical. In a sense, it becomes the ultimate action film because they purposefully filled it with every sort of shootout and chase scene imaginable. Even though it is tongue-in-cheek, the action is still awesome. Things go a bit south toward the end. When you're using a gimmick, 2+ hours becomes way too long and they just couldn't keep it fresh. "Last Action Hero" probably won't appear on most people's list of favorite action films (including mine), but it's definitely worth watching for the action sequences, movie references, and unique concept.
Shawn W (br) wrote: I threw this tape in thinking it was a 70's horror film due to the title. To my disappointment, it was a British film about a dating couple, the guy who also carries on a gay relationship with a doctor, and the girl who has her own relationship on the side. Never became attached to any of the characters in 110 minutes that felt too long. The male gay scenes may have been shocking for the times not to mention the babysitters allowing young children smoke pot.
Kevin G (us) wrote: Nothing memorable here, a cheesy T&A 90's vampire flick. Characters and story are both weak, actors are there primarily for eye candy and not their acting ability. Johnathon Schaech was terrible as an old, master vampire. Although I've seen worse vampire movies, this one isn't worth the effort -- skip it and rent "From Dusk 'Til Dawn," same basic stuff just more enjoyable to watch.