Whitney Cummings: I'm Your Girlfriend

Whitney Cummings: I'm Your Girlfriend

The comedian and actor dishes up an hour of audacious adult humor taped in front of a live audience at The Broad Stage in Santa Monica.

The comedian and actor becomes every guy's girlfriend and fearlessly tearing down the social standards on recent sex crazes, including anal, IUDs, birth control pills, sperm donors, feminism expectations and Nicki Minaj, just to name a few. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Whitney Cummings: I'm Your Girlfriend torrent reviews

Eileen D (de) wrote: watching right now!!!una d mis favoritas...

Mattias J (kr) wrote: Riktigt bra, i stil med "The Color Purple", "The Help" med flera

Niklas S (fr) wrote: Good film and well acted by Carlyle. The ending bugged me a little bit so I lost intetrest.

Debbie B (ag) wrote: Didn't like the ending!

Aswin W (fr) wrote: I was going walk out from this movie at the start as where it got dull but when Giovanni started talking got my attention. A very convincing play the way each characters do reflect on people in reality and dialouge was quite strong. There were few disappointments one filmed mostly same location and some overacting at the begining but later on not completely . Overall it was good but liked the moral of it.

Abdulmalik A (fr) wrote: I remember this from my childhood. The last scene is scarred in my brain forever.

Steve E (kr) wrote: Some might say that it's a rip-off of THE EXORCIST (1973), but this would not be exactly true. I'm sure THE EXORCIST was the inspiration for this film though, as it was for a few more horror films in the 70's that exploited the 'girl possessed by the devil' theme. THE ANTICHRIST is a film with class, very well photographed, and Gravina gives a real performance, that was not an easy role to play.Some of the special fx look very dated, but it doesn't distract in a major way from the film really, I still found them cool. There is one sequence in particular that is impressive, it has nothing to do with special fx though, apart from lighting and smoke machine fx, but more with visuals, set design, and the Devil himself, but I won't tell you any more. If you watch it, you will figure it out for yourself, it's the 'piece de resistance' of this film.This is a cool classic horror film from the 70's, I would highly recommend to any of my friends.