Tony Roberts: Wired!

Tony Roberts: Wired!

Live from Hollywood! As seen on Showtime

Comedian Tony Roberts showcases his hilarious and refreshingly energetic comedy in his first stand-up comedy special. The Detroit native draws from his own experiences to bring the house ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tony Roberts: Wired! torrent reviews

Eliabeth D (fr) wrote: fresh, original, witty and entertaining from start to finish! It's not often a movie can capture so many different elements (comedic and heartfelt) - it will appeal to a wide audience

Annie Y (mx) wrote: so long for the second half

Zack B (mx) wrote: I was actually enraptured at the beginning, much to my surprise considering I remembered the reputation of this film being a great disappointment when it came out. However, that is not to say I felt it was a good movie necessarily. Just that there was beautiful cinematography by Mihai Malaimaire, jr., who did the gorgeous cinematography for The Master, and that the story itself intrigued me. But, as the film went on, it seemed to tangle up in it's own desire to be complex and full of depth. It is a failure of a film, but a beautiful failure nonetheless.

Kiki M (mx) wrote: Excellent!...I saw Hotel Rwanda and this movie too me depicted a deeper view of the genocide.

Gareth D (kr) wrote: It's fine. Workable twists and a satisfactory ending. Don't know why it divides people. Maybe it's an IQ test.

Andrey B (es) wrote: A step by step recreation of the original movie in a different scenery.

Eric H (ag) wrote: Godard is a God ard. Some people find his films easy. Some find his films hard, Godard is a cinema BardWith "Breathless," Godard created new wave cinema in 1960. With this movie, Godard created postmodern cinema. The amazing thing is how much this film captures a moment in time and space. In fact, in one scene, we are told that it is being filmed on August 17, 1966. We can say that this the date when the Postmodernist world was born.One has to see it as a transition from Pop Art to Postmodernist art. Part of the film is obsessed with the artistic nature of household products. Part of the film is a meditation on our lack of being and our amazing relationship to language.Godard's treatment of woman is quaintly pre-feminist. He is treating them as sex objects,yet at one moment he asks a woman to speak about the sex between her legs. The woman rebukes her and tells her its stupid. Another astonishing moment in a film that has many.The film is non-narrative for the most part. It is Brechtian theater translated into cinema. Godard proves that non-narrative cinema can provide a great deal of pleasure, foreshadowing the future - present cinema.Godard is a God ard.