Whitney Cummings: Money Shot

Whitney Cummings: Money Shot

Taped at Washington D.C.’s Sidney Harmon Hall, “Whitney Cummings: Money Shot” features Cummings commenting on male strippers, fake boobs and getting spanked in the bedroom, among other things, in this hilarious performance. It’s not every day a funny lady reveals the best way to punish a boyfriend, what it’s really like to date a vampire, the similarities between The Food Network and porn and the “emotional ninja” tactics all women have at their disposal!

Money Shot finds Cummings riffing on a wide range of topics chiefly, the differences between men and women and how both tend to behave in relationships. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Whitney Cummings: Money Shot torrent reviews

Zach S (ca) wrote: This film tries so hard to make Dawkins and Krauss into a cultural phenomenon, that it completely forgets their primary purpose to educate, and breaks down into tired rhetoric, and boring establishing shots (Seriously, why do we need to see them walking through halls on their way to speeches?). The documentary manages to offend those of religious worldviews, without supporting those with a scientific worldview. As a fan of Dawkins's work, I feel greatly let down by this meaningless assault on religion.

scott j (kr) wrote: And rey mysterio is not in this film....

Akash S (it) wrote: a nicely written film.. a simple and straightforward approach.. almost as innocent as the boy in the film. the relationship between the donkey and the young boy is amazing.. the film discusses a basic human character, greed.. to what lengths will one go to get something.. not to say that the boy is greedy, but its a good comparison point.. he was willing to make a huge mistake just so that he can have his donkey.. same goes for the young boy that recruits tahaan and lies to tahaan about helping him get his donkey back.. the performances are great but shortlived.. rahul bose's character could have been a bit bigger, but he does great justice.. Anupam Kher was great.. the young boy went above and beyond.. the cinematography was naturally great since it was shot in kashmir.. Santosh Sivan does a great job directing the film, but was very vague at times.. he could have expanded more on some things, esp on the "panditji" line.. it was built up earlier as if he would matter later in the film.. great watch and great watch for all ages..

Kyle A (jp) wrote: I wanted to enjoy this movie more than I did. The last 15-20 minutes are amazing, but the first hour couldn't consistently keep my attention. I'm relatively proud of the fact that I have developed and enjoy the realist style, and I tend to keep my focus amidst the long drawn out moments that make these movies unique film watching experiences. "Old Joy" was just too much. It has some fine characters which kept my attention for a while, but its 'less-than-cinematic' camera work had me drifting away.

Scott R (fr) wrote: Has its funny moments making fun of American stereotypes of Europe, but overall I I felt dumber after being forced to watch this on a long bus trip.

Nick V (jp) wrote: Probably the most relevant college sports movie to date.

Tero H (fr) wrote: Despite the slow and rather pointless first half, this classic, long chinese film starring Jet Li incorporates Kung Fu in a historical setting, creating a curious, detailed, humane and well-filmed combination of drama, humour and action. The first half of the movie is slow tempo and has just one fight, which is not that special. A problem with the movie is that the first half of it has clumsy storytelling. Slow paced, the story does not go forward within the first half of this long movie; characters, who are not central in the film, are basically shown doing silly irrelevancies. The filmmakers could have shown some beautiful chinese landscapes or the family life of the central characters, and even that would have been preferrable to the silly stuff that doesnt either deepen the plot nor introduce the characters to the viewer. So the story keeps standing still for the first half and it is not really excusable in such a long movie, especially since the viewer is likely expecting a lot of fights and kung fu at the start and theres really not any until half of the movie has passed. So the film is left a bit without content for the first half and one could cut away about half of the first half (I watched the Hong Kong Legends DVD which was not, as the flixster info states, 1h52 but something like 2h12). The positive things are abundant. There are six fights in this Kung Fu -movie, which is pretty much for a kung fu film in my opinion. They are excellent, they do not go overboard with their stunts - that is, they remain believable to some extent, theres no flying around or gravity defying impossibilities, although wires have obviously been used. The fights are also long enough and there is enough diversity in them, they are each un-alike and rather fresh with details and originality. Having been superbly choreographed, the fights do not utilize any modern special effects and are yet great. The movie is also very nicely filmed, it uses elements such as rain, wood and sand skillfully in order to create atmosphere. There has been attention paid to details, and the film has originality, one cannot deny that. It has a storyline, which is easy to follow and yet has been thought of. The movie is also well acted. All the sets and wardrobe are excellent, and the music and sound effects are just right - the film is utterly and fascinatingly Chinese. The characters are funny and the feeling one is left with is humane. The characters are flesh and bone, not made of iron, if you understand what I mean. Theres also a sense of humor and the remaining half of the movie is exciting and intensive. So although this film does not get full points from me because of its weak first half, I think it is a legendary chinese kung fu movie and a very nice chinese martial arts film altogether.

Mitchell W (it) wrote: A movie far before its time, Shock Treatment is often unfairly judged in comparison to its predecessor. Unlike the sexually-charged sci-fi campfest that was Rocky Horror, this film does a great deal to showcase the breakdown of individual realities in the face of reality television--something that is more prevalent and relevant today than ever before. Give it a fair chance.

Kirk G (it) wrote: Best plane from WWII...great movie!

Paul C (ag) wrote: The set design, camera work, and surrealist touches make this movie memorable but the dialogue is at best OK. The title sequence is one of the best in film history.

Arslan K (gb) wrote: Ryan you creep get out of my flixster...jeez get a life you weirdo!

Ben L (au) wrote: Loved this, simple yet satisfying!