Star of TVs Live at the Apollo & Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow, Kevin Bridges is the next big thing in comedy and the one to watch in 2010. His unique brand of social commentary, astute observations and sharp one-liners arguably make him the hottest act to come out of Scotland in the last ten years. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kevin Bridges: The Story So Far - Live in Glasgow
Kevin Bridges: The Story So Far... Live From Glasgow from the UK's fastest rising comedy star. Filmed in May 2010 at Glasgows SECC Arena in front of a sold out crowd of 10,000 fans. At the ...
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Ronny H (fr) wrote: Incredibly crappy movie. DON'T WATCH! Your eyes will hurt!
Jamal B (jp) wrote: being a huge fan of Ali, it was really refreshing to see these men tell the tale of the man the beat them. although he didn't defeat Larry Holmes, even Holmes paid homage to the man he used to spar with. i recomment this to any fan of Ali, u will like this...
Haider S (it) wrote: good/nice movie, very good story
Robert H (jp) wrote: I was soooo looking forward to seeing this world as it lives in a place where ghosts have killed much of the population through technology and instead I get one terrible film where they had a few decent actors but couldn't put together a worthwhile film. Whoever decided to shoot 90% of the film on greenscreen was an idiot. It didn't help the film one bit and just made it look fake. Don't bother with this one kids... you'll be better off
Hobie P (it) wrote: Even worse then I thought it would be.
Madhuritha I (gb) wrote: Ratz and Meow are really made for each other!!!!!! Love this movieeeee........
Tim A (it) wrote: the reason this gets 2.5 instead of 2 is that a. i'm a sucker for nic cage for some inexplicable reason, and b. the line "you're stepping on caroline" was hilarious.
Victoria M (de) wrote: So.....I remember seeing this film when i was 12 ( i am now 35), I have been searching for this film for a very long time as I seemed to recall it being funny,gory, freaky and when you're 12 back in 1988 this film was 'The $hit'.............anyhoo! I was wrong its just '$hit'!!!!..........Awful script (still funny in places thou). Awful acting and the effects leave alot to be desired! But! saying that I can see potential for a remake. So come on Hollywood etc.......do your best or worst with this! I wait in eager anticipation??
Jason R (de) wrote: Rather dull entry in Universal's Dracula line has Dracula...sorry Alucard...coming to New Orleans. Lon Chaney, Jr. takes over as Dracula (he's possibly not even the "son" of Dracula...it isn't made very clear). He isn't a very interesting Dracula and doesn't command the screen interest that is necessary. The movie does has some weird plot twists in that the movie has a woman sacrificing herself to Dracula for immortal power.
Mark D (au) wrote: Bojangles claims 2 of these stars as he kept my interest throughout. Dont expect a narrative cos its none existant, or at least not important. The film plays as i series of sequences leading to the song and dance numbers. Bojangles and some of the other numbers were good but didnt like the disneyfied songs of the lead actress. Watchable though
Jayakrishnan R (gb) wrote: 85%Watched this on 17/6/16A deeply disturbing film that observes violence and its nature, not the Jew holocaust in specific. Directed with flair from Bryan Singer and containing one of the best performances from actor Ian McKellen, in a role that suits him better than the Gandolfs or Mangnitos that he play and equally unnerving is the young actor Brad Renfro. The film's plot is unpredictable as a film of this nature can go anywhere.
Andre T (de) wrote: Filmed on location in Paris, starring Sidney Poitier as expatriate jazz musician Eddie Cook, and Paul Newman as trombone-playing Ram Bowen. The two men romance two vacationing American tourists, Connie Lampson (Diahann Carroll) and Lillian Corning (Joanne Woodward) respectively. The film also features trumpeter Louis Armstrong as Wild Man Moore and jazz pianist Aaron Bridgers; both play musicians within the film. It was produced by Sam Shaw, directed by Martin Ritt from a screenplay by Walter Bernstein, and with the fantastic black & white cinematography by Christian Matras. A little silly in the screenplay, but climatic and cool as Jazz.
Erich S (kr) wrote: It's actually pretty entertaining.
Brad W (it) wrote: I like the pacing of this movie, Peter Fonda is pitch perfect.