Pamela Anderson was roasted by Courtney Love, Adam Carolla, Bea Arthur, Nick DiPaolo, Greg Giraldo, Elon Gold, Eddie Griffin, Lady Bunny, Lisa Lampanelli, Tommy Lee, Jeff Ross, Sarah Silverman, Andy Dick, roastmaster Jimmy Kimmel and pre-taped appearances by David Spade and Hugh Hefner. Dennis Rodman was amongst the crowd on the stage. This roast featured a large amount of jokes and satire regarding sex directed from roasters toward fellow roasters, complete with Andy Dick appearing as Pamela's plastic surgeon and groping her breasts as part of his skit. Many of the jokes were also directed at Courtney Love for appearing to be inebriated (but claiming to have been sober for a year), Bea Arthur's masculinity, Andy Dick's ambiguous sexuality and Lisa Lampanelli's full figured body as well as her attraction towards black people. One of the audience members was Anna Nicole Smith.
Comedy Central Roast of Pamela Anderson torrent reviews
Tracy M (de) wrote: Eh, should be interesting but kind of wasn't.
Selina R (ru) wrote: I FUCKING LOVE THIS MOVIE LIKE FUCKIN MAD CRAZY
Jeff B (ag) wrote: A movie stacked with Prince music can't be all bad. Spike Lee actually wasn't annoying here.
Karambir R (ag) wrote: its a classic. a great film, but this is drowned by the other 2 punches from brando kazan - streetcar and waterfront.what performances by all. Quinn won a supporting actor oscar and brando got nominated. But Watch brando in his 3rd film to realise that he is the ultimate actor.
Alex P (us) wrote: Softcore porn version of Casablanca, complete with explosions.
Corey W (kr) wrote: All of the apes movies are very good, but the concluding chapter struggles to stand up to the greatness that precedes it.
Nigel E (ca) wrote: Good film -nice ending.
Stuart K (nl) wrote: Written and directed by Robert Towne, screenwriter of such films as Chinatown (1974), The Parallax View (1974) and Frantic (1988), this is a crime thriller that brought together many of the top players of it's day, who were at the top of their game at the time. Even though it reeks of the 1980's, it's got enough going for it to make it a good watch. Drug dealer Dale "Mac" McKussic (Mel Gibson) is trying to get out of the business and go straight, his close friend, Detective Lieutenant Nick Frescia (Kurt Russell) is bound out of respect to his friend, but Nick knows he is bound by duty to arrest Mac if her ever lapses back into the drugs business again. Meanwhile, Mac has become attracted to posh restaurant owner Jo Ann Vallenari (Michelle Pfeiffer), who is intrigued by Mac's past. However, Mac is lured back into the business one last time by Mexican drug lord Carlos (Ral Juli), but Mac knows what will happen to him if he goes back into the business, and he also has Drugs Enforcement Hal Maguire (J. T. Walsh) on his tail as well as Nick, plus he wants to get out of the business for Jo Ann. But either way, it's going to end in violence. It's a quite dated film, but it still has it's moments to keep you gripped throughout. Mad Mel knew how to make good choices back then, and you can never go wrong with Kurt Russell. It's just a pity Towne hasn't directed more.
Atheer O (nl) wrote: Some interesting ideas and set pieces but doesn't make out fur the underdeveloped script.