The Comedian

The Comedian

Ed (Edward Hogg) is at a crossroads in his life. In his early thirties, his unrewarding job in a call centre is getting more and more frustrating, while his career as a stand-up is not ...

Ed (Edward Hogg) is at a crossroads in his life. In his early thirties, his unrewarding job in a call centre is getting more and more frustrating, while his career as a stand-up is not ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Chelene J (de) wrote: This was not a comedy. This was not even a dramedy. It was a trainwreck of one depressing event after another. There were plot details that didn't even matter. The review on the front claims "Hilariously Funny". No. I was hilariously depressed the entire time. I feel lied to and betrayed.

Gordon B (de) wrote: This quirky documentary starts out as a look at people who heckle comedians, but then it turns into a lucid examination into the nature of criticism in the and taste.

olayinka w (jp) wrote: french film with subtitles. good movie. some parts are predictable, but overall suspensefull.

Chris O (ca) wrote: You know the movie they talk about in The Player? The one with no big names and no happy ending. This is it. And it's depressing as hell.

Daniel R (mx) wrote: It's a cool idea and it has a few very cool scenes! But it's not enough to keep it interesting so it becomes dull

Richard B (gb) wrote: Ice Age is a film released in 2002. The film features a mammoth, a sloth and a sabre toothed tiger taking care of a Native American baby. The performances are great and fantastic. The sequels will be reviewed later.

Hetch B (ag) wrote: A masterpiece in filmmaking

Claire T (it) wrote: it was a ok film but not has good has the first film, it was an ok but Glenn Close was better in the first film, it was an ok movie but not as good as the first film , it starred Eric Idle (Monty Python)

Katie S (nl) wrote: I saw this film years ago when it first came out and it still haunts me to this day. I still laugh or cry when I think of certain endearing or heart-breaking scenes.

Matt K (es) wrote: Objectively it's bad, but I'm kinda embarassed to say I laughed a lot more times than I expected. DON????

Frank J (ru) wrote: A nicely well made movie, a fast moving unpredictable storyline and easy to follow with a few shocking moments at it's disposal. Christopher Reeve and Morgan Freeman (in an Oscar nominated performance) both did great jobs in their roles. Reeve as the seemingly suttle reporter looking for a scoop and Freeman as the short fused crazed pimp. Definatley worth the time.

Orlok W (us) wrote: Swinton rocks in this remake of a twisted thriller--Swinton Soars, Script Sinks!!

jimmy m (it) wrote: this is a briliant family film from disney seem it so many times wouldwatch it again and again

Ryan M (es) wrote: "Que reste-t-il de nos amours?"That's the name of the song which opens part 3 of Antoine Doinel's story, roughly translating to "what's left of our loves?" Such a delightful song; beautiful, playful with a tinge of regret, it sets the right tone for this far more upbeat (compared to "400 Blows") story. Our hero Antoine has just been kicked out of the army and must now find a job and a woman as he becomes an adult, resulting in him being hired by a private eye firm while he falls in + out of love with a couple women. Some wonderfully witty dialogue coupled with some very funny sequences + a really versatile lead performance from Jean Pierre Leaud makes this my 2nd favourite film by Francois Truffaut.

Sha H (ag) wrote: Simply one of the best Asian movie I've seem so far. Brilliant directing, editing and acting. Just, Bravo!!

Carrie T (us) wrote: Casper is not harmful and has a great soundtrack, a treat for kids during Halloween.

Ca M (us) wrote: I usually like racially empowering movies but this one flat lines pretty quickly. Still has some intellectual highlights here and there but not enough to save this movie.

Tracy F (nl) wrote: This was a great film directed by Robert Redford with Robin Wright (Penn?) as the main character. The untold stories behind what happened after Booth killed President Lincoln. If a history buff like I am, SEE THIS. I saw on Amazon Prime but it could be on other subscription services.

Hunter W (gb) wrote: It's a bit too long, but likewise dramatic to a fault; Titanic works most thanks to the chemistry of Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.

Jillian L (mx) wrote: So...I don't know how I feel about this. I wanted to like this so badly. I really did. Great cast, Julie Taymor, Shakespeare, this should have been a home run. Yeah...I thought it was pretentious. Which sucks, because normally I love Julie Taymor. Where I normally love her crazy visuals, I thought they were too much. I think there was a concept beneath all of the craziness that was happening. Why was the little boy there? Is he from the time period? Why does he suddenly become the grandson? Was he always the grandson? Why was the last two minutes just him walking? Just...meh. The acting was fine in my opinion. Except Jessica Lange. She was more than fine. She killed it. But honestly, there's better Shakespeare adaptations out there...I think I'll just go watch She's the Man now.