Richard Pryor: Live in Concert

Richard Pryor: Live in Concert

This concert was recorded live at the Terrace Theatre in Long Beach, California

The second stand-up performance of Richard Pryor filmed. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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GreatOne W (gb) wrote: Van dam needs to stick to being a good guy....

Elroy J (kr) wrote: Kinda expected this movie to be trash

Nicki M (ca) wrote: Twisted Japanese gore feat with a dysfunctional family. The Japanese do this stuff so well.

Heather M (br) wrote: I won't be watching this.

Ted W (jp) wrote: A solid thriller with an inevitable conclusion, the black & white cinematography really prevented the violence from being too graphic will allowing the performances to shine through.

Theo W (ru) wrote: Taking everything that it should from the source material, Holes is a uniquely entertaining story about reaping the consequences of our actions. Shia LaBeouf is surprisingly perfect as the down-on-his luck hero, and he leads a band of misfits that we grow to love as the film beats along. The meshing of flashbacks with relevance to current happenings is seamless, and the twist and turns of the story are incredibly entertaining. Holes is one of the most creative and enjoyable kids films to come out of the live action Disney brand.

familiar s (it) wrote: Looked like some sort of B grade thriller, and didn't turn out to be much more than that.

MegQhan C (fr) wrote: it was so retarded it made me smile! I LOVE IT!

mehrnush p (au) wrote: perfect...a masterpiece

Jimmy M (ag) wrote: very scary, well humorous horror flick bout a guy offing people with a big safety pin!

Orlok W (jp) wrote: Rare American kitchen sink drama that hits its targets--Great debut film from Paul Schrader as a director!!

Eric H (de) wrote: Anyone that watches this movie because they want to be scared or they are expecting some slapstick comedy, will be disappointed. The movie is funny because no one in it takes anything seriously. The people in the movie don't seem to mind the fact that the people in their neighborhood are being murdered, or that they might be murdered themselves. The humor in Idle Hands resembles the humor in the 1993 film "My Boyfriend's Back". These kind of movies aren't for everyone. However, if you want to watch a movie that is fun, and don't expect it to be serious, you should see Idle Hands.

Alec H (de) wrote: British imperialist message aside, I'm a sucker for awesome old-fashion epic war films

Steve M (gb) wrote: Tom Stewart (Carlson), a third-rate ladies' man, lands himself a beautiful girl with more money than brains (Sanders) and is about to tie the knot> However, he first has to dispose of his former girlfriend, Vi (Jeding). Unfortunately for Tom, he failed to realize that hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, whether she's alive or dead... and he soon finds himself haunted by Vi's floating head and other random detatched body parts. The "hero" of this film is perhaps the singularly most unlikable character I've ever been expected to feel sympathy for in a movie. Not only is Tom rotten to the core, but I get this child-molestor vibe off him whenever he's around his fiance's little sister. (Of course, part of that is because he thinks she may know that he killed Vi and he's working hard to gain her trust, and eventually he tries to do the ultimate slimeball thing and kill the little kid, but there's still that vibe...) The greatest problem with this film, and it's only partially because of its low budget, is the way things that are supposed to be scary--like when Vi's ghost manifests--are laughable. The overall flatness of the acting is also a crippling factor. Carlson does a good job as the ultimate scumbag, and little Susan Gordon gives a surprsingly good performance for a child actor... particularly when one considers that she probably got the part first and foremost by being the director's daughter. The film does have some interesting visual flourishes, and there are several suspenseful scenes that take place in an old lighthouse. In fact, [i]all[/i] the movies suspenseful scenes take place in the old lighthouse; whenever we get away from that location, things tend to drag a bit--except when Carlson is giving off "dirty old man" vibes around Gordon. The horror is strong at that point, whether the setting is the lighthouse or not. The basic idea of this film--which crosses a film noir sort of attitude with a ghost story--is one that appeals to me. The execution here is sorely lacking, however. Tormented Starring: Richard Carlson, Susan Gordon, Lugene Sanders, and Juli Jeding Director: Bert I. Gordon

Jae K (ag) wrote: 30 years & the message has not dated a bit; and the actors are fierce! It is fascinating to see Sam Neil when he was somewhat hot, and Judy Davis as a young, wild red hair, freckled even to her lips.. lovely in a bewildering way. It's great to see how absorbing a movie can be without sex, wild stunts, or violence.