Jeff Garlin, known by many for his role as Jeff Greene on Curb Your Enthusiasm, returns to his hometown and his comedy roots for his first hour-long special. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Young and Handsome: A Night with Jeff Garlin
Jeff Garlin, known by many for his role as Jeff Greene on Curb Your Enthusiasm, returns to his hometown and his comedy roots for his first hour-long special.
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Connie M (fr) wrote: Very cute story, and full of life lessons.
Johnny M (ag) wrote: I Have No Idea How Rotten Tomatoes Critics Gave This Movie 50% Yet Almost All Fan Reviews Were Positive, Isn't That How It Always Is Though. All I Know Is This Movie Was Freakin Awesome, It Was Cleverly Done. It Keeps You Guessing & Thinking While You Try To Figure It Out. I For One Actually Figured Out At The Beginning Who Was Behind It All. It's An Absolute Must See!!!! Trust Me, You Won't Be Disappointed.
Hugo G (au) wrote: This movie was better than I thought it would be. Even though it didn't had a very new or original plot, it had a a very good cast lead by Juno Temple & Kay Panabaker. I liked how real and touching the story was. Not only were the characters understandable but relatable. And how we sometimes want to leave and escape from our lives without thinking Of the consequences, but you need to always take chances.
Solomon F (fr) wrote: More raw and intense than than any Hong Kong animal in recent memory, though it retains the of unbelievability to the point of unintentional hilarity of its brethren. The outstanding element of this film is Edison Chen, who embraces his role naturally. The protagonist is truly fascinating, though none of the other characters, including the antagonist, contain as much depth. The cinematography is topnotch as well, giving the film its breathless atmosphere. What a shame that Dog Bite Dog cannot escape the omnipresent, terribly illogical action sequences that have ruined many a Hong Kong thriller.
Mark D (gb) wrote: n actor nonpareil. His performance, the execution, and the screen play of There Will Be Blood are without spot or blemish. An artistic blessing. It fails as a gnomon. If it wishes to make love to the zeitgeist, the current and long-standing myth that self-built fortunes are at the loss of blood equal in value to the amassed plenitude, it has wasted great performances on a script already taught in public schools. Upton Sinclair wrote many anti-capitalist tomes including his most famous, The Jungle. All failed, as did his spiritual heir Bernie Sanders, to logically complete their task by failing to understand that economics involves factors allowing both parties to a transaction to profit.
Akshay M (fr) wrote: I actually don't have words of how incredible Marion Cotillard was as Edith Piaf. That was arguably one of the best performance by any actress in cinematic history. What a great woman Edith piaf was. Incredible.
Lee H (au) wrote: Inspiring. The Rock rocks as usual.
Alicia M (ru) wrote: I Kinda understood but still, too much sex...dude was kinda stupid!
Andres S (ca) wrote: Its a shame american people didnt understand this piece of art from the visionary ditector Tim Burton because I can say without a doubt that this is one of the best movies ive ever seen. The script is hillarious and the cast is amazing but i guess not everyeone share the same opinion
Jeff B (au) wrote: This is the first Hal Hartley film I've seen and I guessi need to get useto his filmmaking stye (that is, if all his films are like this). This short film (well, it's 60 minutes long) is about a professor who falls for one of his students and they start a relationship together. This really seemed like a play being filmed, with long conversations that don't seem like would take place in the real world, or at least sound so intellectual. I liked the professor's friend, his character was amusing and the side story with him and the woman who wants to get married was entertaining. But I wasn't extremely interested in the main story. I'll have to watch a couple of Hartley's other films to see what kind of filmmaker he is. Oh, and the band in the middle of the film was pretty good.
Peter S (br) wrote: Wow, this musical brought me so much joy. It's a kind of joy I get only from watching musicals. We're familiar with the John waters film, but this one knocks the crap out of the original. With infectious songs and top notch dancing, there is no way you cannot possibly want to get up and start dancing yourself. The only way you could not like this movie is if you have the cynicism of Thomas Hobbes. Or you just need to reevaluate your life, because there is so much joy in this film, it's irresistible. Easily in the top 5 of the best musicals of the 2000's!
John M (gb) wrote: Serial hasn't aged well. The music, plot, and dialogue all were perfectly suited to parody the hippy dippy excesses of Southern California circa 1980. Now having someone's daughter run off and join a cult and constantly using the term "fag" are respectively anachronistic and unthinkable. While Martin Mull is still funny no matter what decade we're in, and some of the lines still elicit a chuckle, most of the movie belongs in the museum of "So that's what was funny 30 years ago?"
Natalie M (ca) wrote: While I recognize My Darling Clementine as a John Ford classic, I struggled with it. The story is a good one, but it didn't feel fully fleshed out. There is also blatant racism and sexism, which I recognize to be part of the time but is still difficult to get past when watching with contemporary eyes.
Julio S (us) wrote: Better than the first one,but still horse poop!!!!!
Karen H (ag) wrote: 2016-04-05 pretty flimsy