Ralphie May: Prime Cut

Ralphie May: Prime Cut

Larger-than-life comedian Ralphie May follows up the success of "Girth of a Nation" with this live stand-up performance. From his hilarious take on flip-flop-wearing dudes to the "right vs. happy" war, May's spicy set keeps the audience roaring. Filmed at Knoxville's Tennessee Theatre, the sidesplitting show captures May as he serves up the special brand of humor that has led to numerous television appearances.

Ralphie May returns with another installment of his hilarious insights and observations. Videotaped on location at The Tennessee Theatre in Knoxville, TN, Ralphie keeps the audience in ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Daryl A (es) wrote: Sucked balls. Battlefield Earthat have been better than this crap. Shame on you Alec...

Machelle (es) wrote: Typical B movie, terrible acting, and extremely funny. Great $1 rental.

Mikey M (nl) wrote: The charm, beauty and tickling humour was just about enough to pull me through the monotonous pace here. We are offered an insight into aboriginal culture and the film feels like it is telling a story very much in the authentic rhythm of the people it is representing, but it overuses certain visual techniques and I'm not sure if the overall narrative structure genuinely worked for me.

Corey C (ru) wrote: Another thoughtful examination of female sexuality from Jane Campion, this time in the trappings of a thriller. Funny thing is, both aspects work for me, in spite of the negative reviews this one accumulated, and I think it's due to the excellent performances, though the resolution to the mystery aspect is predictable and silly.

Andrew M (gb) wrote: Everything Must Go is somewhat hilarious and heartwarming. I don't think this is one of Will Ferrell's best movies. But overall, this movie is not horrible. It is a good movie. I would suggest this movie.

Spencer G (ag) wrote: De Palma has a great time sending himself up in this insidious serving of ham and cheese. Murder, adultery, child abduction, flashbacks, dream sequences, mental derangement and Lithgow. Utter rubbish and lots of fun.

della k (ag) wrote: Stunning and moving performances from Juliet Stevenson and Alan Rickman. In my opinion this is far superior to `Ghost' and far more sophisticated. It was more subtle, witty and had some truly memorable scenes. Make sure you got hankies at the ready.

Ben T (ru) wrote: I tear up everytime the C-130 rolls out on the tarmac and the hostages are reunited with their families. The background music of "Hine Ma Tov" is so fitting for this movie. Too bad Yonatan Netanyahu was killed in the raid though. He was a true hero, and I have been privileged to pay respects to his grave in Jerusalem. The movie isn't perfect, but I still give it 5 stars as it is an inspirational true story that demonstrates our Chutzpah. Plus I'm a big enough Zionist that I can overlook other flaws.

Jamie L (gb) wrote: We're on a French New Wave streak. This is a priceless portrayal of childrens' lives. Uplifting, but not without a dark side.

Jennifer M (nl) wrote: Absolutely love Margaret Rutherford. Miss Marple should do the twist more often. And the harpsichord needs to make more of an appearance in pop music.

Stephen S (br) wrote: fantastic film, very well acted and very suspensuful