Bill Engvall: 15º Off Cool

Bill Engvall: 15º Off Cool

Bill Engvall is just one of the guys...and one of America's top-selling comedians. He has sold more than two million comedy albums and was part of the hugely successful Blue Collar Comedy ...

Bill Engvall is just one of the guys...and one of America's top-selling comedians. He has sold more than two million comedy albums and was part of the hugely successful Blue Collar Comedy ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Bill Engvall: 15º Off Cool torrent reviews

Konrad A (mx) wrote: Ok so Ben AFLAC is in this movie I thought it would be a good one but not what I suspected not a good movie

Hli L (gb) wrote: Undefinable and incomprehensible on a single watch, Carruth's lyrical film tells the tale of two people caught in a worm-pig-orchid life cycle, all courtesy of a mind controlling parasite. Odd?Complex? We haven't even talked about The Thief or The Sampler! Inspired by the concepts of transcendentalist Henry David Thoreau, this is really visionary and original filmmaking that doesn't take audiences for granted as it questions whether we control our identity or we let our identity control us. Hypnotic editing and heightened sound design are heavily favoured over the verbal and help make the experience as intriguing as the greatest mysteries of life. Watch if you are not afraid of the unknown!

Myles H (es) wrote: What does the Amazing spiderman 2 and Spiderman 3 have in common? Too many subplots,amazing spiderman 2 makes the same mistakes as Spiderman 3,the movie responsible for the reboot in the first place.So many visual effects u won't really believe some moments like,the scene when the kid puts on a spiderman costume facing Rhino.U should just watch the Honest Trailer and Cinemasins video,they'll prove my point.

Luke B (ru) wrote: Na Hong Jin brings us his second feature after the dark and disturbing The Chaser. The Yellow Sea is a complex character piece that sees a man from Yanji City travel to South Korea to kill a man in order to pay off his missing wife's debts. Like The Chaser, this is also a film that mixes fast paced action and gritty realistic violence. In many ways The Yellow Sea is a lot like a poor man's Bourne, but not in terms of production quality. As Gu Nam travels to Seoul it isn't by plane in a fancy suit, he's herded into a ship in a room with dozens of other people, freezing and sick not everyone makes it. Gu Nam takes his time over the kill and it shows his inexperience. Of course, Gu Nam is really there to search for his missing wife but as things escalate so does the action. Incredible chases on foot and by car elevate this thriller to something that really does thrust a man on the run thriller into the real world. As the film progresses more and more people find themselves involved in the hunt for Gu Nam it's rather humorous to see him quite oblivious to those after him. The Yellow Sea sees the tragic places people from the almost ignored Yanji City find themselves in. Love and dedication are the main themes but are hidden behind an exhilarating wall of delicately crafted action sequences. Brilliant.

Jeff G (de) wrote: One of the funniest movies I've seen. Black Dynamite is a parody of classic 70's films starring afro clad black actors, like Shaft. Despite the low budget this feels like one of the best parody films, up there with Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein. This film is also one of the most quotable comedies of all time, I would highly recommend it.

David D (us) wrote: A coolly cerebral vengeance thriller rather than the caper film I was expecting. Very well directed with excellent performances by Antonio Resines (who seems cast very much against type as the avenger in the story and carries it off brilliantly) and Jose Coronado as well as very solid performances by the supporting cast.

Allan C (au) wrote: Steven Segal is sent to The Rock, in this ripoff of "The Rock". Or maybe it's "Die Hard" on The Rock. Actually, he's an undercover FBI agent infiltrating a powerful crime syndicate, but he does go to Alcatraz as a prisoner to stop the bad guys. This was Steven Seagal's last film to be given a theatrical release before being relegated to the direct-to-video market and it's not hard to see why his career took that turn. This film is miles away from "Above the Law" "Under Siege" or even "Exit Wounds". Segal wears a do-rag to cover his receding hairline as he fights with hi- hop types including Morris Chestnut, Steven Seagal, Ja Rule and Nia Peeples. There's also Tony Plana, Kurupt, Claudia Christian and A-Team creator Stephen J. Cannell as the evil warden. Pretty dumb stuff that's actually worse than most of Segal's direct-to-video movies. One star for Nia Peeples doing all of her own fighting and stunt work. But if you loved this movie, there is actually a sequel starting wrestler Goldberg.

Andrew H (mx) wrote: I just couldn't enjoy it. I felt too bad for Guei.

Alfredo S (it) wrote: A laughable attempt to bring a great Japanese icon to the American audiences

Michael W (nl) wrote: Nominated for best low-budget film at 1983 Saturn Awards. Experimental lifeform 'Subject 20' mutates and escapes from researchers on a remote planet. Behaviour of ladies on planet Xarbia confirms they do not get many visitors.

Alec B (au) wrote: Thankfully there is no where near as much empty headed nostalgia as I had suspected. That George Lucas could craft something of such deep emotional complexity will never cease to amaze me.

Greg W (gb) wrote: ok remake of the 1968 classic

Panayiota K (ru) wrote: I was excited to see Paul Newman and Julie Andrews together. I lost that excitement when i started watching the film. It is so boring. I wanted a thriller not a political drama. And can we talk about that fight scene? So awkward and ridiculous.

Aslum K (ag) wrote: John Wayne at his Katherine O'Hara beating best. McLintock! (my favorite use of the exclamation mark, and made by Andrew V. McLaglen, 1963)) is John Wayne's bombastic Western that helped define his star image, in which he plays a wealthy cattle baron in the old West whose shrewish estranged wife (Maureen O'Hara) suddenly returns to his home in anticipation of their daughter (Stefanie Powers)'s return from boarding school (or college, or something like that). Mrs. McLintock wishes to take the girl back to the state capitol with her to live a proper, upper class life, while John wants his daughter to marry the right man and pursue her own destiny. More than that, he wants to hang on to the life and legacy he has built there in town as greedy landowners conspire to take it away from him. This parallels the U.S government's efforts to relocate the Native American tribes in the area, a fact that also weighs in Mr. McLintock's mind. Can McLintock keep the peace both in his city and his household? That's the film. And it's not much of a question, because the answer is, "of course he can! And he can do it with gusto!" We know this because that's how he does everything else, deflecting his wife's barbs and actually spanking her, while belting a man after saying that he won't in possibly the most famous moment of John Wayne's whole career. McLintock is a larger than life figure, earning that exclamation mark, and while he can be annoyed (as he is repeatedly in this film), he can't be brought down, which he proves by resolving nearly every conflict he encounters with bravado, earning the respect of both his foes, his friends, and his daughter's would be suitor (Patrick Warren), the inspiration for the spanking trick. He wins back his household (thus getting the girl), cements his legacy, and comes out the good ol' American superhero we've all been told John Wayne is. It's cute, and entertaining. Is it a good film? Eh... Look, I don't hate McLintock!, by any means. I just recognize it for what it is. This is how traditional Americans view the ideal of manhood, a proud, strong, decisive man who doesn't take no guff and keeps "his" women in line. It's a movie that illustrates the generation gap in 1963 better than many other films I can think of. Again, a little known fact (for some reason) is that in the early '60's, television was kicking the movies' ass, and young people (the mobile part of the population, upwardly and otherwise) just weren't all that into this kind of hero and this kind of story. Don't know how well this film did in its time (John Wayne was still a big star), but this Hollywood was in the process of breaking down as the new American culture was taking shape. The economy was good, and science and technology had brought about a whole new set of entertainment options. Things to do. Places, and more importantly, ideas to explore. This was when everyone started questioning everything, and young audiences thought this kind of character with these sensibilities was pretty old hat. As a result, those of us born afterward tend to watch movies like McLintock! With a sense of irony. We know how outmoded all of this is, and how you can get put in jail for abusing your wife today. We know that being big and bombastic is kind of obnoxious to a lot of people. We know that John Wayne's confused values about Native Americans (a confusion far from exclusive to him) aren't all that appealing in the modern era. So you have to take this material with a grain of salt, which wasn't necessarily the intention of the filmmakers. Still, for what it is - well shot, colorful, with beautiful woman, tough guys, and simple values - it is an exemplar. Don't love it, but don't hate it. B-

Yuri B (it) wrote: This was a straight classic by Depp & Pacino.

Brett W (ca) wrote: Pretty lame...a couple cool scenes...but mostly lame. Sci/Fi Channel caliber.

Popi P (mx) wrote: unconditional bullshit