Hartmann: Science Faction

Hartmann: Science Faction


  • Category:Comedy
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  • Uploader:NickDan
  • Country:USA
  • Director:N/A
  • Writer:Thomas Hartmann

Et comedy show til nørden i os alle! I sit nye show, Science Faction, tager Thomas udgangspunkt i sin evige interesse for underlige facts; “Jeg har altid haft den regel, at jeg ikke står på scenen og påstår noget er sandt, hvis det ikke er tilfældet,” siger Thomas Hartmann. “Dette bliver, i det nye show, mere aktuelt end nogensinde.” Science Faction bliver som vi kender det fra Hartmann - klassisk, verbal stand-up comedy! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hartmann: Science Faction torrent reviews

Dean W (de) wrote: the best film with the best dialogue I have ever heard, despite the dubbing being that if erm... a clown! these guys act so beautifully and with such erm finesce it's the beauty of a potato rolling down the stairs.my favourite scenes involve louie. a great man and actor with great eye movements throughout. no extras on the DVD just the actors who must have replaced the original cast who must be the extras.buy it! seriously amazingly great

Andy B (kr) wrote: Once upon a time in Mexico I got robbed by the cops. Once upon a few thousand times in Mexico I scored really potent drugs. Such are the exploits of a San Diego-born hooligan like me who saw Desperado about thirty times since I was sixteen. Was my code of conduct shaped and corrupted by the onscreen mayhem in the films of Rodriguez, Tarantino and Michael Mann? More importantly, do I care? Not enough to object to a great sequel like this. Here we have Johnny Depp doing a swell job making things interesting and funny, with priceless quips like "Are you a Mexi-can, or a Mexi-can't?"

Facebook U (mx) wrote: What a ride! Great story line, with enough realism to be immersed in it. There were a few things, at the beginning on the island especially, that seemed a bit too dumb for an adult to do. But still kind of believable. Writing HELP did not make sense, SOS should have been written. Getting stuck four years seems also pushing it. There is so much traffic all over that someone should have showed up. It does make a lot of comedic sense though. The film has a lot of heart. Good work!

Movie K (fr) wrote: One of the funniest movie from Stephen Chow. The magnet fighting part and the helicopter firing canon part are innovative. The ending part when the emperor call for the guards to lock Stephen Chow but instead lock the bad guy in disguise is quite a surprise. Carina Lau also gave a good supporting role and is funny as well.

Jose Luis M (gb) wrote: Una constelacin de estrellas en esta disparatada comedia.

Andrew B (ca) wrote: Kurosawa's early work is very different from the later work that he is better known for.His earlier work had a tendency to drift into an overly hopeful, almost naive style. But I like that. His early work shows a hopefulness for humanity that some of his later work is missing. I would almost say that One Wonderful Sunday, along with Scandal and The Most Beautiful have a very Frank Capra vibe to them.And I'm coming to the conclusion that no one will ever match Kurosawa's camerawork. Period.

Brandon S (us) wrote: It's quite dumb. However, it gets an enthusiastic single star from me for the comic chemistry between its cast; though the gimmick isn't enough to save the sinking ship, these five best friends are clearly having a good time. That must be worth... something. Right?

Toby D (au) wrote: Good acting by several cast members earn this a couple stars, but it is such a superficial look at history that has already been handled in much greater depth by several other filmmakers that it inevitably feels lightweight. O'Reilly's book distinguished itself by showing the reckless and breathtaking extent of JFK's sex addiction that made Bill Clinton look like a boy scout, but ironically that was barely touched upon in this flick which could have used that material to add something new to the pantheon of JFK films, but the filmmakers chose to downplay it.

Private U (jp) wrote: This is a good documentary that takes hip-hop artists to war-ravaged Sierre Leon to discover the disturbing truth behind the diamond trade. During their journey, they realize the price some pay for them to wear their "bling." I highly recommend this documentary, particularly to those who strive to understand how poverty is impacted by global greed and the market for natural resources.