Ron White: They Call Me Tater Salad
Ron White does an hour long standup routine about his life, things that bother him, and other thoughts.
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Christo M (ca) wrote: curiously good. artfully inspiring. quirky.
Zurino O (ca) wrote: some great laughs in this one!! for those who have never seen Russell Peters before, he's a must see comedian. invite your brown yellow black n white friends over for popcorn n fire it up :)
Leo K (fr) wrote: A real depiction of japanese history during the samurai legacy. Really great film, except I was a bit bored of the emotional story telling that was the real fluff of the film. Otherwise, a great movie, if you want to see feudal japanese history.
Kristin R (de) wrote: A beautifully heartbreaking and moving film about 71 extremely brave boys (as that is ultimately what they were) who fought against the odds stacked against them. More than just a war movie Into the Fire is full of courage, bravery, comradeship and dedication to a cause. There is no happy ending to this story, but it certainly touched my heart.
Chris S (ca) wrote: Good Scare, a new look on a Vampire flick. Gruesome enough to pass being a thriller into a Horror but the ending was lacking. It definitely deserves a watch if you like supernatural monsters and crazy scary stuff with suspenseful scenes and gripping action. I thought some of the characters were killed off too quickly, but it was realistic if something like this was to happen I suppose. Great twist at the end! B-
Erik C (es) wrote: Would never have believed this could be a great film until I saw it. Humorous and intellectual at the same time. Definitely Wirth the time and money
Hayden H (it) wrote: This was unneeded and totally a complete waste of time. Just God awful, it should be played in Hell to torture tenants
Carlos G (nl) wrote: En USA esto hara un caputlo del montn de algo como Criminal Minds, digamos. En Austria, requiere una pelcula entera, medio boba y todo.
Bimal G (jp) wrote: very entertaining movie....govinda and akshya are best
Andrew G (us) wrote: Good for what its trying to be. Plot very scattered but there are some great laugh out loud moments
Leo S (br) wrote: film black comedy dari Iceland dengan karakter yg sepertinya dibikin oleh Judd Apatow. :D
Thomas D (jp) wrote: Coming in at a mere 77 minutes, Corpse Bride is a short-little-fun adventure, even though there could have clearly been some more room for character development.One of the things I love most about Tim Burton's films is the promise of an epic adventure. Corpse Bride is a far more contained story than his previous effort, Big Fish, but it does have some adventurous moments. In fact, it's kind of like a cross between Edward Scissorhands and Beetlejuice. But to me, there was just something missing.The voice talent is strong here with frequent Burton collaborators Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter tackling the groom and the "corpse bride" respectively. But I didn't find either character to be all that compelling. Victor Van Dort (Depp) is a shy groom with a lack of confidence, and he doesn't have the charisma to get me to root hard for him. On the other-hand, the corpse bride has an intriguingly tragic backstory, but also falls victim to bland dialogue. To me, the most interesting characters are the ones in the background who come and go with eccentric scenery.A film is only as good as its leads, and although it's impressively animated by Laika, the characters end up taking second fiddle to a gothic underbelly of strange characters feasting on the inexperience of the bride and the groom. I like the attempt of Burton and crew, and there certainly is some joy to be had here, but the execution just isn't there. Style over substance. To put it bluntly, the film itself is more dead than it is alive.+Eccentric side characters-Imaginative but lacks thought out characters-Incomplete execution5.3/10
Eric B (de) wrote: It's got explosive gun action, an interesting cast, but little else. The story is borderline b-movie, and if it wasn't for the performances, this film would've become a joke. It's worth a look to see Lance Henriksen as a bad ass and Elizabeth McGovern as a sweet young thing.
Jared M (mx) wrote: this film is gripping and inspiring in its own dull self.
Samantha S (au) wrote: leave it to the guys
FilmGrinder S (gb) wrote: Scared strait with DMX.
Charlie M (it) wrote: Nostalgia has the magical ability to transport us to a better more functional time. No matter who we were at war with, how poor we were, and how are hearts got broken the 20/20 vision of hindsight gives a warmth to distance. Midnight in Paris made the point not to live in the past. No matter what time you are in, you yearn for another "better age." Nostalgia like art is great to look upon with longing, but you can't live in it, you can only learn from it and move forward. In Radio Days Woody takes us back to fictional memories of childhood in 1940's Rockaway, Queens with his generation immigrant families gathered around the radio listening to jazz music and audible dramas.The film is narrated by Woody himself exploring various anecdotal vignettes about his neighborhood, his family and the stars of the golden age. There's an uncouth cigarette girl who rises to become a popular, refined radio host; the one-legged, one-armed, blind baseball player; the 'War of the Worlds' broadcast ruining a date; and so on. All are funny, well-told stories told through the rosie-lenses of slow-dances & soda fountains. Not perfect by any standard, but a fun watch during the holiday break while you're spending time with older relatives who are reminiscing.
Bily T (jp) wrote: Ratatouille is a interesting film about a rat who wants to do nothing but cook for his life and gets the help from a human.This movie has some great stuff in it with the way the characters are betrayed in France. The story is good, the characters are very likeable, the music has that nice touch of it since it's set in France & as always with Pixar movies the animation is very well done as specially in this movie the way the food looks and the way it's made is so realistic.the only thing I didn't like about the movie was that the human Linguini who helps out the main character Remy he's too much of a cliched wimp as in not very good at particular things I get the point of him but I feel like Pixar could have done better with him.But aside from that Ratatouille is a good movie a must watch if you have the time to for anyone into cooking, animation and of course a fan Pixar.I give this film a 8.5 out of 10 a nice touch for a film set in Paris France.
Christopher B (kr) wrote: A very touching and well done movie. If you don't mind the subject matter id recommend seeing it.
Scott B (us) wrote: Boring Hitchcock-lite.