Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa

Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa

Alan Partridge has had many ups and downs in life. National television broadcaster. Responsible for killing a guest on live TV. Local radio broadcaster. Nervous breakdown in Dundee. A self-published book, 'Bouncing Back', which was subsequently remaindered and pulped. Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa portrays the events of the greatest low-to-high ebb spectrum in his life to date, namely how he tries to salvage his public career while negotiating a potentially violent turn of events at North Norfolk Digital Radio.

Radio DJ Alan Partridge experiences a difficult time when his radio station seems to be forced by a new media group. He puts everything in danger by chance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa torrent reviews

Karen A (it) wrote: Quiet, casual film from mumblecore filmmaker Andrew Bujalski about twin sisters (who are non professional actors, by the way) dealing with growing up and growing apart. Very realistic female leads. Also, probably the first movie I've seen about a person with a disability where the disability is not portrayed as the source of her problems.

Michael L (ag) wrote: Although GAINSBOURG tries very hard not to be a standard biopic, it totally is despite the presence of a really annoying "puppet" which is actually a man in a bad suit that looks like a stereotype of a Jewish rodent (this is intentional since the film purports to deal with the anti-semitism that Gainsbourg dealt with). The film is exactly like any Hollywood bio pic but unfortunately, they use little of Gainsbourg's actual music--so what is the point? They took this cantankerous fellow and examined nothing of his life or why is sometimes banal pop ditties are important. I actually love his music but the film never explores anything--not even the obvious, how did this ugly fellow get all those chicks! A few super things--Laetitia Casta, who plays Brigitte Bardot, is wonderful and never imitates but totally captures Bardot, Gainsbourg had a happy childhood with terrific parents, the hair and costumes from the 60s and 70s never look ridiculous like they usually do.

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Flor L (ru) wrote: La trama es muy interesante es de un escandalo de uns acerdote catolico que es acusado de un crimen y de haber estado con un hombre que practicaba la prostitucion. El Padre "Adrew" estaba protegiendo un secreto de consesion y tambien es asesinado en la carcel ypero la policia indico que fue un suicidio. Aparece en la trama el Padre Daniel, quien se encarga de aclarar lo que paso perdiendo por un momento hasta el derecho de oir confesion...No es un film nuevo pero muy interesante, te lo recomiendo altamente.

Buggy B (us) wrote: Rocky trades in boxing gloves for a football helmet and pads in this inspirational winner about another local hero from the city of brotherly lugs, Philadelphia Eagles special-teams star Vince Papale is played with charming brio by Mark Wahlberg. 10/19/15

Niklas C (ca) wrote: Ooh, avantgarde, tr (C)s chic!

Greg W (ru) wrote: good remake of the 1995 Japanese pic of the same name

Peter P (ca) wrote: I loved this as a kid, and although it hasn't aged all that well it is still a bunch of fun, and who doesn't love Charles in Charge with telekinetic powers.

Jean B (br) wrote: If you watch it on youtube, part 5 at 23 seconds is priceless--Cary Grant's Facial Expression that is...

Alex S (kr) wrote: Inconsistently funny and inconsistently thrilling, Big Trouble in Little China is a grueling 99 minutes due to poorly developed characters, a thinly written script, and the racism that overshadows the entire thing. A smear on John Carpenter's record.

Paul D (jp) wrote: Ugh...Tinker Bell deserves better than this! I can see why Disney had to buy Marvel & Lucasfilm if this is the best that they can do with their older characters. Aside from being very colorful, there is not much to this movie. It's wholesome for the kids, but even kids deserve to have better stories pushed on them than this.