RiffTrax Live: Christmas Shorts-stravaganza!
The Rifftrax Crew give several holiday short films a good riffing. Weird Al Yankovich makes a guest appearance.
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RiffTrax Live: Christmas Shorts-stravaganza! torrent reviews
finley w (nl) wrote: good I have an ultra violet account but it won't let me watch it damit
Howard B (de) wrote: The bizarre tale of a loser made in to a successful intellectual by a strange genius pill that, oh what surprise, has side effects. Silly? Yes; but actually very interestingly delivered thanks to some stylish direction that conveys the effects on Bradley Cooper's character fantastically, launching from a mellow slow start to a story told in a sea of breathless montages, clever cuts and inventive camera work. The plot has not got a lot to offer up beyond the lead's character development and De Niro is somewhat under used here, but there are still some well delivered twists and turns along the way to keep it from becoming aimless.
Nathan C (it) wrote: A good documentary for fans of the band. I enjoyed it.
Peter C (it) wrote: Its a bit messy, full of of too many political cheers for celebrities but it really works giving a sense of a certain part of the American spirit in 2004. Its more of a (biased of course) historical document than a full-on documentary. Its worth a look, especially for its atmosphere, and its view of a series of mass rallies that failed.
Michel A (ru) wrote: Um filme super interessante recomendo
Karsh D (gb) wrote: Easily the worst version of this much used storyline. The whole courtroom scenario was just too bizarre. Shame, as I quite like Dougray Scott but this was just plain awful
Sajib K (ca) wrote: Kieslowski's cerebral drama about spirit and death shows a 30+ woman, Ulla, who just lost her lawyer husband in a car accident but still sees his spirit everywhere. On the other part of the story, another woman is trying to get her husband out of a prison who is charged for raising political arguments and who was being helped by the now-dead lawyer. Ulla desperate to move into a life with her child, seeks medication from a psychotherapist. All went in vain unless she reunites with her husband...A poignant tale.
Michael W (jp) wrote: American artist and vampiress travels the Mexican countryside, leaving a swath of victims along the way with investigators in pursuit. Starts well enough but bears its production limitations. An aged John Carradine makes a special appearance as Mary's father, although most of his scenes are handled by a much more spry individual who travels under a mask.
Jamie C (br) wrote: An average Carry On film, Not as funny as most of the others, It's more saucy than usual with allot of flesh on show, There are better Carry Ons but still worth a watch.
Mary G (it) wrote: i don't care for Doris Day or really Rex Harrison so much but this mystery intrigue movie worked for me