Patton Oswalt: My Weakness Is Strong

Patton Oswalt: My Weakness Is Strong

The critically-acclaimed comedian, actor, writer, and voice of Remy the Rat (the OscarĀ®-winning Ratatouille) takes time out from his many film and television outings to return to the comedy stage for his fourth stand-up special.

The critically-acclaimed comedian, actor, writer, and voice of Remy the Rat (the Oscar-winning Ratatouille) takes time out from his many film and television outings to return to the comedy stage for his fourth stand-up special. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Patton Oswalt: My Weakness Is Strong torrent reviews

Kevin R (mx) wrote: Cops aren't gangsters.A police officer tries to cover up a hit and run where he killed the victim; unfortunately, another police officer witnessed the crime and threatens to thwart the killer's plans. They have a few conversations and some awkward action scenes ensue as one cop tries to keep it a secret while the other tries to blackmail him."I'll take care of you.""Take care of me? You mean cover your ass?"Seong-Hoon Kim, director of How the Lack of Love Affects Two Men, delivers A Hard day in his second motion picture. The storyline for this picture is clich but delivered in an action packed manner. The characters are entertaining and the cast delivers believable performances."I'm done, fucker."This was recently added to Netflix online and I decided to give it a shot. This was okay with some cool but unbelievable action sequences. This isn't a waste of time or worth going too out of your way to see."Maybe mom did have a lover."Grade: C+

Paul M (ru) wrote: I enjoy my cheesy sci-fi, but this kept getting worse as it went along. Lots of plot holes and terrible accents. Another small budget Canadian film that makes me loose faith in the people handing out money for this type of project...

fahim q (it) wrote: never disturb nature

Joshua O (jp) wrote: Good Movie. Lame Ending

Nick U (nl) wrote: Netflix 3/11/14Well done and raises some very interesting scenarios. Doesn't solve the mystery but shines enough light that you can either make some strong assumptions or at least hope the LAPD does their job and investigate these murders more closely.

William W (gb) wrote: Antonioni's film about love and emotion. Consists of several short stories but the relationships between them are not quite clear. The pictures are very good but the story is not so convincing.

Norman D (gb) wrote: Yet another movie I thoroughly enjoyed - twice - but that the Rotten Tomatoes collectivity seemed not to. Mind you, the number of reviews is pretty slim which can make the stats shalt. This was unquestionably schmaltzy and Roger Ebert that there ends up being a lot of different sub-plots but unlie the late, great critic, I didn't find it at all confusing but could see the intentional parallels developed between three great loves - Wolper's for his late wife, of course, but also his slow grudging mutual fall for the prodigal Meli and then his lab assistant's love. It all comes together well, I think, when the brilliant Wolpert must attend to the living rather than the quest for recreating Lucy. The interactions between Meli (Mariel Hemingway) and the rulebook-thumping colleague-competitor of Wolpert's Prof. Kuhlenbeck (David Ogden Stiers) are themselves worth the price of admission.

katie c (au) wrote: this film is 10 out of 10

Jareth S (us) wrote: The next person to compare this excruciatingly obnoxious and stupid cartoonish 'comedy' to Jeunet's delightful Amelie gets a swift kick in the 'nads.

Danny R (mx) wrote: Walt Disney's groundbreaking eight-part innovative classic animation masterpiece, which took three years and $2,280,000 to make. It was originally planned as a short subject film, but Walt Disney and conductor Leopold Stokowski decide to make a full-length concert feature instead. The result is a vivid imaginative work of stunning genius, with a broad range of incredble animation from the abstract shapes, colours and ideas that open the film, through to the fun and engaging The Sorcerer's Apprentice and Nutcracker Suite. The science lesson in The Rite of Spring and the 'introduction-to-ballet' we have with the Dance of the Hours and to finish with the incredibly scary and unforgettably sinister devil in the Night on Bald Mountain and Ave Maria. An amazing marriage of music and animation that remains a magnificent artistic and technical achievement. One of the all-time great animation films. Highly Recommended.

Evan C (fr) wrote: An impressive feat in character building and tone setting, Juno is an instant classic. Ellen Page, Jennifer Garner, and Jason Bateman give fantastic, moving performances that only add to the clever direction and script.

David L (es) wrote: Red River is a pretty solid western with truly excellent cinematography, quite good score and superb performances, but the plot is lacking as it is too simple, the characters are also pretty typical and the entire film is very standard for the genre with nothing differentiating it from other westerns.

Mark D (it) wrote: Love this movie! This is Lizbeth Scott's very, very bad girl picture. Comparable to "Born to Be Bad", "Double Indemnity" and similar film noir movies. A must see for film noir fans, and it has recently been restored. The restored version was shown at the 2015 TCM Film Festival, and is scheduled to be aired on TCM in July 2015.