Patrice O'Neal: Elephant in the Room

Patrice O'Neal: Elephant in the Room

Patrice O'Neal is one of the funniest, most respected comedians working today. You know him from his recurring roles on The Office and Arrested Development, as host of VH1's Web Junk 20, as a featured guest on Tough Crowd With Colin Quinn. He also has a hugely-followed podcast and sells out shows across the country. 'Elephant In The Room,' stand-up performance filmed at the New York Comedy Festival, is his first full-length special and is being release extended and uncensored with 40 minutes of content not seen on TV.

Elephant In The Room, filmed at the acclaimed Montreal Comedy Festival, is Patrice's first full-length special. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Patrice O'Neal: Elephant in the Room torrent reviews

Bill R (us) wrote: With Jean-Pierre Darroussin (Le Poulpe) who one doesn't see very often.

Michael C (ca) wrote: I did not expect much from this film, and was pleasantly surprised. Hamlet 2 is the story of a teacher reaching into the lives of his students to reach them and make a difference. Even the religious elements of the play in which they perform were handled well enough that I did not find them offensive. Although not worth renting at full price, Hamlet 2 is worth renting at a discount or through a monthly rental service. (D+)

Brad W (ca) wrote: Not my usual kind of movie, but I liked it. A surprising scene from Neve Campbell too!

John W (nl) wrote: Probably the four worst things to happen to the concept of laughing since the bubonic plague.

Stephanie F (ca) wrote: entertaining enough if you've read the book, and cleverly done, but I doubt it would do anything for someone who hasn't read the book.

Carlos M (us) wrote: This Firefly movie is an excellent follow-up to the short-lived series, offering a lot of awesome action, witty exchanges of dialogue filled with dry humor and characters that we care about - a wonderful gift for the fans and a very entertaining sci-fi Western for everyone else.

Sanjay R (mx) wrote: Dumb, mundane and passive is what one can say at the least. Its random sex thrown into a story that really doesnt go anywhere. Bah!

Blake P (nl) wrote: The legacy of Quentin Tarantino was at its most illustrious in the mid-to-late '90s, when copycats and swag-jackers still didn't seem like such - then, his career was too young to make his filmmaking obsessions iconic in the way they are now. And so rounds of movies similar in nature to his "Pulp Fiction," such as Doug Liman's ingenious "Go" (1999) and Steven Soderbergh's indelible "Out of Sight," set the stage for a cinematic land where sly comic thrillers with tangled plots and colorful characters could be more glowing in the eyes of the public than the Arnie moneymakers of the 1980s could ever be. Over the years, critics and audiences alike have noted that only one filmmaker has really emulated Tarantino's '90s with the same sort of ambitious spunk - he is, of course, Guy Ritchie, whose uncanny ability to squeeze laughs out of criminal buffoonery and whose deft balance of multiple characters and storylines has made him an icon in the grand scheme of renowned Generation X pulp. Unseen by me, his 1999 debut, "Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels," has become a minor classic, seen as the best Tarantino wannabe of the decade simply because it strove for genuine caper jitters rather than stooping to rip-off filler like expected. Its soundtrack and tonal vibrations made for chatter that suggested Quentin and Robert would be in for some major cinematic competition. So before 2002's "Swept Away" shut down the buzz that surrounded his budding filmography, working as a widely panned vanity project featuring then-wife Madonna in a role that proved that she wasn't anything even resembling a decent actress, he furthered the fever that surrounded "Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels" with 2001's "Snatch." A stylistically matching comic thriller characterized by a serpentine plot, truckloads of characters, and dialogue ready to burst with kooky comedic slickness, it never, for a second, lets us lose interest. The story, though meant to be the sort of plot that seems complicated but somehow fuses together seamlessly, is supremely hard to follow, but that doesn't mean that the situations that arise aren't confidently set. It involves a sought after diamond always ready to fall into the wrong hands, whether it be the palms of businessmen Turkish (Jason Statham) and Tommy (Stephen Graham), who are in the process of making a deal with a sadistic gang leader (Alan Ford), or Franky Four Fingers (Benicio Del Toro) and his dim-witted associates, who are employed under American jewel dealer Cousin Avi (Dennis Farina). However likable and funny it may be, "Snatch" has a difficult time tying its interweaving stories in the same breathless way Tarantino so easily can, with too many faces and names to really keep track of; without a Bruce Willis or Uma Thurman to act as heavyweight markers detonating where the story is going, it all feels rather aimless, even when it's inspired. At least the performances, ranging from truly fearsome to fantastically funny (particularly Statham's smart-ass portrayal or Brad Pitt's almost incomprehensibly accented Mickey), keep us entertained, and at least Ritchie has a knack for natural comedy - we sometimes forget that we have no idea what's really happening. But I am in awe of "Snatch's" inexhaustibility - Ritchie seems to have an immeasurable assembly line of criminal-based comedic scenarios to throw at us, and he's a writer, a director, with extraordinary enthusiasm for his craft. So however flawed it is, "Snatch" is a great deal of fun, and Ritchie never lets us forget it.


Andrey B (de) wrote: Impressive William Hurt performance but the movie in overall is quite confusing. An attempt to blend realism with fantasy. Not sure if the end result is a pure success.

Bjorn O (ca) wrote: Det enda som r positivt r att det finns en italiensk version med hardcore inserts som heter Sexy det var inte den vi sg

Ulla D (au) wrote: Interesting psychological and sociological movie! A great movie for anyone going into the Social Services field!

Dean M (gb) wrote: Hilarious! The story-telling is quite good shows the beings inside the UFO. This is much darker effort than the earlier Pixar shorts but having that strong sense of slapstick running throughout - poor smallest alien is a klutz who is having trouble with several controls.