The Aristocrats

The Aristocrats

One hundred superstar comedians tell the same very, VERY dirty, filthy joke--one shared privately by comics since Vaudeville.

One hundred superstar comedians tell the same very, VERY dirty, filthy joke--one shared privately by comics since Vaudeville. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Aristocrats torrent reviews

Charles V (gb) wrote: A TV ending that stones to death whatever link there was to Jackson's story.

Don H (kr) wrote: One word that every person in this movie seems to have forgotten. "Fire" Hell, I 'll take it one further. "Bonfire" Use more fires and less artificial light. That is the first thing that came to mind. The second is that if I go through this journey of rising intensity, clues, mystery and setup.... I need a payoff. I don't think the person that made this movie even know who the shadow people were or why this was happening. That's why he couldn't tell us. The idea (premise) has the potential to be amazing. They held back too much in the explanation department and left me wishing that I never turned it on.

Rachel C (nl) wrote: Since our "teacher" highly recommended this and I finally watched it. I think it's quick good one as it's reflected modern affairs!

Al G (mx) wrote: This film is as much about the ridiculous waste of resources as it is about climate change. It is also about the unhappy ending of a capitalist system that must continuously grow to survive. Three or four families in different parts of the world are profiled. Their stories are interesting.

Private U (kr) wrote: Lots of mistakes in this movie. But it has lots of guts and bloody scenes. Alright to watch, but some stuff doesn't make sense. In one scene this kid pulls a gun out of no where that would of come in help a few minutes earlier.


Kate T (mx) wrote: I knew that female singer was Patty Griffin! Goddamn it really does all fit together...

Jennifer T (jp) wrote: This movie was just boring. A young, pretty Sophia Loren but that's about it. I really tried to like this movie but I couldn' bored me to death.

JamesMasaki R (it) wrote: It's a shame that Satyajit Ray's films go unseen in so many parts of the world, including his native India. I guess he is a legend as many of his works are known by reviews and not by actually seeing them. Taking place in late 19th century Bengal, a newspaper owner is more into his work making his paper a voice of the people, more than the affection of his dear wife. The wife becomes quite close to the husband's brother, who is into writing and poetry, which he recommends her to start writing. But when her writing gets published, well, you can probably imagine what happens here.

Robert H (nl) wrote: When Abrham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter was released you had to know that The Asylum would take their stab at a similar tale. Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies is tres low budget taking advantage of the many historical buildings and locations available in the US and using them, along with some decent costumes, to create a world in which Abraham Lincoln is a president not only dealing with a civil war, but a zombie outbreak! Sounds silly doesn't it? Well, thanks to some reservation on the schlock, using characters from John Wilkes Booth to Theodore Rosevelt, and some clever tongue in cheek dialogue (famous quotes and speeches being the inspiration), Abraham Lincoln vs Zombies is not only a lot of fun, but it's a truly clever piece of low budget filmmaking. The film manages to stay away from being an all out laugh fest while still being very humourous, and while the gore is quite fake, there is a lot of it. One of the more entertaining films to come out of The Asylum. If you like your zombie movies mixed with a dose of history and politics, I think this may be the only film available to you. Luckily, it should fill that sub genre (is political historical zombie film a sub genre yet?) quite nicely.