You So Crazy

You So Crazy

Stand up comedy by Martin Lawrence, filmed in the Majestic Theater in New York City. Martin Lawrence talks about everything from racism, to relationships, to his childhood.

Filmed at a sold-out Majestic Theater in Brooklyn, N.Y., comedian Martin Lawrence delivers his first full-length stand-up special. Martin Lawrence talks about everything from racism, to relationships, to his childhood. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


You So Crazy torrent reviews

Johnny T (br) wrote: Russell Peters is a Canadian comedian known mainly for his race-based humor. Arabs, Chinese, Indians, white folks, and black folks all are targets for his humor. Red, White and Brown kicks off with DDR and then quickly moves on to the media, the Middle East, body hair, and deaf people. It's one of those comedy specials that you'll laugh at, but probably you'll laugh hardest if you're home alone watching it. VERDICT: "Matine" - (Mixed reaction). These kinds of movies are usually movies that had some good things, but some bad things kept it from being amazing. This rating says to pay matine prices to see at a theatre or buy an ex rental or a cheap price the DVD to own.

Anthony H (br) wrote: Fun animated zombie movie....only probably is that it got stale after awhile

Wellington O (mx) wrote: I had some big scares with this one. It's asian horror at its best.

Jack B (nl) wrote: nice twists in this one-great performances.

Arjun A (au) wrote: For lovers of the Bard and his theater.

Jeff H (it) wrote: Funny for all the wrong reasons.

Jayakrishnan R (mx) wrote: 95%Watched this on 11/9/15Misinterpreted by the US critics (for satisfying themselves) as an Anti War film, Grave of the Fireflies is a vivid account on the atrocities committed by the US on the Japanese people and about the shameless Japanese society that prepares itself to welcome the US after it's nation has been defeated. The film remains extremely patriotic towards it's nation (and reason why I believe it's no anti-war film) and even the director expressed that it has no anti-war message. The story is instead of that of a brother and sister(both kids) and their relationship. The character of Satsuko is always memorable and would stick to my heart. Fireflies manage to render it's emotional story without much of the unnecessary melodrama and is heartfelt.

Levi P (ru) wrote: if you can get past the horrible 80s-ness of this movie its actualy not too bad, other than the bad music and clothing styles it was quite entertaining

Anne C (ag) wrote: It stars two of my favorites - Goldie Hawn and Jessica Tandy as her mother. supporting role. My favorite line was Tandy's, "My God, I've gone blind," when her glasses got fogged up.

Alex r (gb) wrote: Godzilla Vs the Sea Monster brings much awesome carnage to the screen in this series of eccentric, amusing and memorable monster films. As usual Godzilla is against a different type of monster and it is an enjoyable, entertaining film that boasts some good effects, a fairly interesting story and decent performances from its cast. The film, like every other in the series is imperfect and at times kit is silly, but nonetheless it is fun and entertaining due to its plot, which I thought was yet another effectively entertaining idea, despite the traditional formula that Godzilla films always go for. Fans will love this as much as previous entries and it is a fun little monster film that is worth watching if you're in the mood. Godzilla always is entertaining to watch as he battles his foes, and he proves that he is the king of monsters. I thought that the fight sequences between the two monsters were well done and it definitely was a well structured movie that managed to overcome it flaws due to good effects, a good plot and of course the carnage created by the two monsters. However there was plenty of room for improvement as well, and at times the film could have benefitted from a script rewrite just to make it better. The film doesn't cover new ground and it's similar to others, however fans will surely be pleased with this one nonetheless. The series at times point would continue on in a relaxed groove of having Godzilla face against other horrifying enemies. This would delight monster fans everywhere and it would be something would be quite familiar with viewers that have kept up with the series by this point. Nothing new here, but nonetheless an entertaining film that is worth checking out, just don't expect anything too original.

Grant S (us) wrote: Pretty good...and surprisingly so.A nurse, Coffy, is on a personal mission to avenge the death of her sister at the hands of drug dealers. Good story, solid direction and decent performances. All this is quite surprising as the movie is regarded as "blaxploitation", and is one of the movies that started the genre. The term implies that it is a cheap, exploitative of black people, B-movie, but it is hardly that. Its production values are good and rather than being exploitative, it is empowering. Great, powerful performance by Pam Grier in the lead role. Good supporting performances.A seminal movie in the history of black cinema.

Tom S (ca) wrote: Kaufman may be the best modern screen writer but he need a director to temper his indulgences.

Duncan K (br) wrote: Johnson and Knoxville are actually decently convincing. The problem is the movie they are in is too cartoonish and yet still tries to be serious.