Charlie Murphy: I Will Not Apologize
Charlie Murphy: I Will Not Apologize is a live stand-up performance by Murphy in Boston. During his 1-hour set, Charlie covers a spectrum of topics, such as a discussing the male ego as well as a politically incorrect bit about people, including a certain former president of the United States, that he believes are "functionally retarded." He also does an amusing re-enactment of some scenes from 300. Murphy goes on to criticize the usual rehabilitation treatments ensuing from celebrity meltdowns (e.g., Mel Gibson and Michael Richards), arguing that an experience with Jigsaw from Saw is the only way to cure these people of their prejudices. Sticking with celebrities, he claims that Britney Spears's strange behaviour in 2007-08 was caused by her being possessed by the spirit of Rick James. In addition, Charlie hits on reality television, making fun of the courage (or lack thereof) of Dog the Bounty Hunter as well as an obsession with The Dog Whisperer.
Charlie Murphy in his debut stand-up performance as he delivers as only he can - uncut and raw. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(es) wrote: Captain Abu Raed (Arabic: ????? ??? ????) Jordanian Film written and directed by Amin Matalqa. Starring UK-based Nadim Sawalha in title role. Film was Jordanian entry at Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film but couldn't make it to final list. It is said to be the first feature-length film ever to be made in 50 years in the history of Jordan. Captain Abu Raed received multiple awards and nomination for Grand Jury Prize at Sundance Film Festival.Film portrays recounts of adult Captain Murad, watching over flights from Queen Alia Airport. In slum area of Amman an old man Abu Raed lives at hilltop watching over the city Amman. His wife has been dead for five years - he has compilation of more than 2000 books in his house on various subjects 'politics, language, history, science, literature'. He works as a janitor at airport. One day he finds Captain's cap discarded in the dust-bin, he dons the cap and returns to his home only to be welcomed by small children who believe that he is the captain - at first he shoos them away but to keep their hearts, he tells them imaginary stories about flying to Paris, New York City, London. Young Murad informs all kids that he has been lying to them and that he is a janitor and captain do not live in area where they all do. Murad's father is drunkard and violent, always beats him and his mother at night, which is why Abu doesn't mind his mean and taunting behavior. Abu Raed also befriends female captain Noure who is the only daughter of rich elite and caring father and mother - they have been trying to hear her yes for marriage. Abu Raed and Noure plan to help disturbed family of Murad escape their violent father/husband. Amin Matalqa's direction is good. There were few more characters whose stories bore strong dialogues and audience might be interested in learning about 'what happened to them'- from what I believe, is that director should have let us know that there is not just 'Murad' but too many complicated children suffering from domestic problems, child-labor. Good story!
(br) wrote: This is the origin of so many famous Bollywood movies. The pairing of Shahrukh Khan and Kajol is perfect, like always. Of course, like most older Bollywood films, this movie is way too long. Disregarding the many plot holes and stretches, the first half of the story is really nice and fun while the second half is fairly boring.
(nl) wrote: Bruce Lee. Need I say more?
(ag) wrote: The plot is at times scattered and... well, cheesy, but it has enough inspiration to push itself forward. Morgan Freeman gave out a brillaint performance.
(de) wrote: The best thing about this movie? I learned the word "penultimate" which means second to last. It was McQueen's second to last movie, and evidently his return to the silver screen after a decade away. The result: not bad, but certainly not a western worth rewatching. Once Upon a Time in the West is pretty much the gold standard of westerns. This movie does not play into that movie like so many others do. There is little, if any, music. No closeups. No dramatic gunfights. And the character is kinda dirty. He shoots someone in the back. He shoots a couple of men who are already down. That was kinda refreshing and not something you see much in movies, where characters have these odd moral codes that make them more macho. I like a character who will shoot a dying man in the back if he deserves it. In the end, I'm not sure how much of the movie is true. Tom Horn certainly was a real man, and it seems may have been unfairly executed. The Oxbow Incident is a far more effective movie on that subject (hey hey Henry Fonda is in Oxbow and Once Upon a Time). This movie ends with Horn's execution and then a short note from a friend maintaining Horn's innocence. It was hardly emotional and almost more-documentary style than dramatic. The lack of emotion in the end really turned me off and any thoughts I had of giving this movie a 7/10 were dashed and it gets an average 6/10.
(kr) wrote: This was one of my absolute favorites when I was a kid.
(ag) wrote: Pretty enjoyable. Give the guy a break.
(au) wrote: this is a nostalgic movie for me, but lame lame lame. oh so lame. i like it, but it's lame.