Ricky Gervais: Out of England 2 - The Stand-Up Special
Following the complete sell out of his UK tour, multi-award-winning writer/comedian Ricky Gervais brought his new stand up show Ricky Gervais Live: Out of England 2 to Los Angeles. Performing Sunday night at the Nokia Theatre, Gervais delivered an honest, hilarious, tasteless and thought provoking 75-minute set that thrilled the celebrity studded audience featuring such fans as Kathy Griffin, Ben Stiller, Rob Reiner, Jamie Lee Curtis, Christopher Guest and Ed Norton.
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Ricky Gervais: Out of England 2 - The Stand-Up Special torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: i love him! i just want to sit and have a coffee with him and let him talk... i could listen to him nostop for hours on end... i've watched this several times now and i still laugh at his jokes. and remember: if you ever go to someone's house and they have no books, DON'T FUCK THEM!
(nl) wrote: sorry but i couldn't help fallling asleep
(jp) wrote: Having watched the "special features" on dvd I see now this was done on little budget, was improvised and was intentionally raw. So It gets an extra half star.
(ag) wrote: This is one of those low key comedies that you saw on the top shelf at your local video shop purely by accident when you went in for something else...something good. You noticed it and it intrigued you because you'd never heard of the film. You took it down and looked at the back of the VHS box to see more, hmmm Chris Farley and 'Chandler' from 'Friends', could be good fun. In brief this film is fun but very very very low brow and only works purely because of Farley's great screen presence. When I say fun I mean its good for the odd chuckle or visual moment but overall its complete and utter trash.Dare I say fun trash, I can't deny I liked Farley and his wild, over the top insane physical comedy, childish yes but also amusing. All of this was of course down to his size but his facial expressions could be gold. This is standard Farley fare with everything you would expect from the late comedian. The film is deliberately tacky and cheap looking with plenty of toilet humour, dumb visual gags, unrealistic sequences and Perry is in there purely to attract a bigger audience through his 'Friends' fame. Naturally he does just that by giving us more 'Chandler' wetness than you can shake a stick at, a period set 'Chandler'. If you're a Farley fan then you can't go wrong. I liked it for what it is...just an extremely light hearted comedy no brains required, typical Farley fun fluff.
(ca) wrote: It had a great cast and the story is one that most women can relate to in one way or another.
(fr) wrote: Awesome movie that wouldve made a great TV show
(us) wrote: Hippies & Angels collide to create a catastrophic end to the sixties. Oh & the Stones are there too.
(ca) wrote: Prototype p hvordan et melodrama skal vre! Fantastisk skuespill av Lombard/Stewart
(au) wrote: I recently watched this back to back with the other movie and wtf happened? it's not even good. they turn the first movie that was decent into a slaughterfest where army killed people for no good reason and people didn't take necessary precautions to contain the virus. the first movie had a good reason as to why the virus was released, this movie has the immunity stereotype and poor execution on most of it. this movie didn't need to exist
(gb) wrote: "I wonder who the real cannibals are!" This movie is definitely controversial especially on the time when it was shown due to nudity, rape, violence, and gore. Despite all of that, the director is sending a message to the viewers and it is a very thought-provoking message: Are we as civilized as we think we are? It is not your cool-movie-summer-must-watch movie, this is one of those movies for movie fanatics and must-watch-before-I-die bucket list. I can't believe I survived watching this.
(jp) wrote: Just as good as the two that came before it!
(au) wrote: Both grass-fed and grain-fed meat (anti-biotics or not) contributes tremendously to global warming. The only solution is to stop eating meat. Too bad most Americans would rather eat a Big Mac once a day - if not more - and watch the planet, slowly, but surely, deteriorate. A job well done on the documentary.
(au) wrote: a comedy with an homage to Back to the Future
(it) wrote: Very enjoyable. Nice animation and story.
(mx) wrote: I am an avid Rich Mullins fan and couldn't wait to see this movie. I was so disappointed. It portrays Rich as some kind of deranged, whiny egomaniac. Those who are familiar with Rich know that he was brutally honest about his struggle with obedience but was unflinching in his faith, never blaming others for his failures. This movie depicts him as mentally unstable due to lifelong mental and emotional abuse by a disapproving father. I don't believe Rich would be pleased to see himself or his father portrayed this way. His faith in the unconditional love of God was the focus of his life and there is very little reference to that in this movie. If I didn't know this movie was supposed to be about Rich Mullins before I saw it, I would never have guessed it.
(kr) wrote: Unlike any film ever made. It's sort of the "neverending story" for kung-fu heads. Bruce Lee wrote a script about wisdom and left it in the hands of some weaklings. It's classic status relies on its singularity. It represents a genre that no one will ever discover.