Put the kids to bed and get ready to throw your inhibitions out the window as red-hot comedian/actor Tracy Morgan makes his HBO stand-up debut--a performance in which no subject, celebrity or situation will be off-limits. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Tracy Morgan: Black and Blue torrent reviews
Andy W (ca) wrote: In typical B-Movie fashion, a group of one-dimensional soldiers go on a rescue mission in which fewer people return than there were to begin with. The two biggest "twists" in the entire movie both bank on the viewer having never seen the original, and thus have no idea that "OMG they can pretend to be people too?!" Don't waste your time with this.
Jesse D (ca) wrote: Great acting, good tension.
Jordon J (gb) wrote: Lundgren's screenplay beautifully juggles the story's alternately comic and poignant elements and renders all three main characters with surprising depth. I say RENT IT!!!
Tim M (es) wrote: not what i was expecting but very well done
Ben H (jp) wrote: Very good movie! Great psych thriller!
Annie C (au) wrote: Haha, Lelouch. It got a little slow in the middle, but very beautifully shot, I just wish they would let Patricia sing more.
Vicky B (kr) wrote: this movie was SO slow paced i fell asleep and had to re watch it THREE times! dont get me wrong, i usually love the slow paced long shot scenes, but this doesnt work. it's overall an "ok" movie, not the best in the "Tomie" series... the asian horror has seen better days.
Stacie R (br) wrote: B movie. Very bad acting and horrible special effects. The ending is a cop-out also.
Allan C (jp) wrote: Oddball and not all that funny comedy about Jackie Gleason as a hitman forced out of retirement when his hippie daughter is kidnapped. It's really a culture clash comedy between the square adults and hippie kids. The film really is a mess, but is made watchable by virtue of casting a number of major TV stars and former major Hollywood stars, including Carol Channing, Frankie Avalon, Frank Gorshin (The Riddler), Burgess Meredith (The Penguin) and Cesar Romero (The Joker), John Phillip Law, Peter Lawford, George Raft, Mickey Rooney and Groucho Marx playing mob boss "God" his final film appearance. Harry Nilsson wrote the score and the film is unbelievably directed by Otto Preminger. The film either needed to be a star studded madcap comedy like "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" or more of a 1960s psychedelic freakout like "I Love You, Alice B. Toklas."