Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat
The controversial bad-boy of comedy delivers a piercing look at his life, lifting the metaphorical smokescreen that he feels has clouded the public view, commenting on everything from the dangers of smoking to the trials of relationships, and unleashing a nonstop litany of raucous anecdotes, stinging social commentary and very personal reflections about life.
- Category:Comedy, Biography, Documentary
- Stars:Martin Lawrence, Nancy O'Dell, Paul Keeley, Art Cohan, Renato Powell, Mikki Padilla, Christopher Halsted, Dayna Devon, Kris Carraway-Bowman, Kevin Carter,
- Director:David Raynr,
- Writer:Martin Lawrence
After a number of personal crises, stand-up comic Lawrence returns to the stage telling about his stinging social commentary and very personal reflections about his life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat torrent reviews
(es) wrote: i thought i had the ptoential to be interesting, but the characters lack of acting on zombies is just down right stupidity. This supposedly "British horror-comedy" falls completely flat. I give it half of star for its dimwitted style and one for its concept.
(br) wrote: Loved it, so unusual and unique, pay attention to the dog in the box!! Everyone should see it.
(au) wrote: Kundun is the spiritual leader of Tibet, culminating when a young boy is able to identify the things that belonged to the 13th Dalai Lama. He is the 14th Dalai Lama and also able reads a letter from the 13th Dalai Lama prophesying that religion in Tibet will be destroyed by China and his followers ask him for help. Because they believe that Kundun is the fourteenth reincarnation of Buddha and he must know what to do to save their country. The first half hour of "Kundun" is at its best when conveying Kundun's childhood as he is taken from his humble village to the Holy City of Lhasa where he brings in forbidden treasures. Kundun keeps forgetting he's the Dalai Lama and he has a responsibility on him. He is the protector of his country including the 5,000 soldiers who guard it. His followers ask him for the solution and how they should protect their country, he always says, "But I am only a boy," "What can I do?". Later his spiritual guides convince him that he is the Dalai Lama and, therefore, must know what course of action to take. Kundun movie would relate to world religion because Kundun was the 14th Dalai Lama and he was the reincarnation of Buddha and in Buddhism people consider Buddha a great religious leader. He achieved enlightenment and showed his people ways of meditation. Through meditation he provided them a way to achieve a peace of mind.
(jp) wrote: This is one the funniest movies I've ever seen! It's an amusingly insightful look into human nature when it comes to money and greed. Just what WOULDN'T you do if the price was right?
(br) wrote: 48 HRS. sees a cop needing the help of a con man who is still serving time in prison to capture a escaped prisoner. Soon policeman Jack realises that Reggie is a cool customer and hopefully can capture the prisoner who is killing people along the way while looking for the 1/4 of a million pounds which both men want.
(mx) wrote: 'Great costumes, few insights.'Entertaining... still dispointing!!
(it) wrote: There is nothing wrong with "Disturbing Behavior", besides the fact that it is totally mediocre.