Michael McDonald: Model Citizen

Michael McDonald: Model Citizen

Michael McDonald (MADtv, Austin Powers, Kathy Griffin - My Life on the D-List) returns home to Orange County for his debut stand-up comedy special: MODEL. CITIZEN.

Michael McDonald (MADtv, Austin Powers, Kathy Griffin - My Life on the D-List) returns home to Orange County for his debut stand-up comedy special: MODEL. CITIZEN. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dimitri S (ag) wrote: A good movie Kill Speed. Great story. Great cast. Very goos action scene's. Well one thing that's not so good, is that when a saw the name Bill Goldberg a was hopeing and he was also in a action scene. But no. Robert Patrick play a good rol as persident. Not the best movie with hem, but a did't a good job.

Paul N (mx) wrote: I was expecting a lot more to this film from the posters that I saw and it was awful. It was one of those that as you watch it you are willing it to get better, I mean, it has to, right? Not this one. There are no real twist and turns. It's predictable. It's painfully slow. BUT if you want to see a naked Luke Goss handcuffed to a giant cactus then this is the movie for you!!!

Richard D (br) wrote: A surprisingly awesome sword & sorcery flick from Russia.

Jonathan B (de) wrote: If Pirates of the Caribbean is firmly for the kids then Master and Commander is for grown-ups. It is gritty and uncompromising in its depiction of life under sail in the early 1800s. Russell Crowe plays Patrick O'Brian's fictional sea captain, "Lucky" Jack Aubrey and he proves what a fine actor he can be. He oozes charisma as he plays a cat-and-mouse game with a French ship in and around South American waters. It gives a no-holds-barred vision of life below decks on a Napoleonic vessel. It is exciting and has some terrific battle scenes. There's a genuine feel for the close-knit camaraderie between the officers and lower ranking men that was so necessary to keep such vessels afloat. As well as Crowe, Paul Bettany puts in a good turn as the ship's doctor and proto-Darwin naturalist. It is something of a shame that this film never went on to be a franchise as there is certainly more material to mine and plenty of characters to be explored.

Darrin C (ca) wrote: Intentionally silly and the cast seemed to have fun making this film. I believe this is the best Ernest movie out there (not that the others are bad either). This can pretty much be seen as an entertaining family movie and feels good.

David (br) wrote: As good a movie as they come. hard to find, but worth the effort!

Paul M (fr) wrote: Enjoyable cops and robbers crime caper with some quirky characters and classic lines as you would expect from a film of this nature.

Jeff B (nl) wrote: Thoroughly enjoyable Western where two horse traders join up with a band of Mormons and end up with more than they bargained for. Lots of interesting character development here for a pretty big cast.

Will G (fr) wrote: 27 dresses is probably better than this

Deborah M (fr) wrote: A 3.25. It isn't "great" cinema but sometimes, you want a feel-good movie with a likable protagonist and Hugh fills the bill. Chris Elliott and J.K. Simmons were also strong and the rest of the cast pleases.

Mon K (mx) wrote: Very slow & hard-going!

Nat G (br) wrote: The forth Herbie film, and not much really happens, and nobody from any of the other films appear in it. This is just another money making film for Disney, I love loads of Disney films, but I hate the way they always cash in on their hits and make rubbish sequels. The little boy in this film is really annoying, and most of the acting is terrible, the only good thing about this film is Herbie himself. The car does all sorts of wacky things, and I loved the Banana scene when I was a boy. Again like the other Herbie films, young boys will love this film, but for an adult audience, it does look very cheesy.