Ray Stevens Comedy Video Classics

Ray Stevens Comedy Video Classics

A collection of humorous country-music songs "performed" by Ray Stevens. Includes: "Help Me Make It Through The Night", "It's Me Again Margaret", "Santa Claus Is Watchin' You", "Sittin' Up ...

A collection of humorous country-music songs "performed" by Ray Stevens. Includes: "Help Me Make It Through The Night", "It's Me Again Margaret", "Santa Claus Is Watchin' You", "Sittin' Up ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ray Stevens Comedy Video Classics torrent reviews

Eder M (fr) wrote: I have to say, it's a good brazilian movie although it's not gonna change your life.

Richard F (es) wrote: Better than you would think. That's why it's better to get average reviews!

Rachael F (es) wrote: This looks really cute

Namiko Y (fr) wrote: Love the the fashion worn by Yasuko Matsuyuki.

Todd S (jp) wrote: Mambo Italiano is the story of an Italian immigrant coming out to his old school Italian family. There are some really hysterical lines in this movie, but in general I found the whole thing to have been done. Putting an Italian twist on it, was in theory a good idea, but the whole film just comes across as clich. The gay stereotypes are outdated and the other F word is thrown around way too much. If you're looking for an original "gay" comedy, watch Sascha Baron Cohen's Bruno, that was a great movie. Mambo Italiano is just a fast moving, sexist nightmare, with the occasional great one liner.

Cecily B (ru) wrote: Matthew McConaughey sure looks young in this movie!! I liked the movie cause I generally like movies where the cast all link together in some way.. but really it was kind of boring... meh

Brandon S (ag) wrote: It's near unwatchable.

Carlos M (ag) wrote: What makes this film so special and unforgettable - right there with its flawless structure, impeccable direction, three-dimensional characters and phenomenal dialogue - is how Woody Allen is won over by such a surprising amount of optimism, and the result is just perfection.

Kwong C (ag) wrote: It's a very good, and very long movie. I think it could actually be turned into a mini-series; it has a great setting, interesting characters each with interesting sub-plot. Cinematography was exceptional; one thing I found interesting is that, there were quite a few scenes with 3 characters, usually two of them were in conversation, but unlike most other films, the 3rd person in Red Beard is always in focus as well. I was actually more drawn to the 3rd person than the two who were talking.

Allan C (br) wrote: Okay Japanese disaster film about a giant meteor reader toward earth. It's not a bad film, but it seemed rather silly. The films producers apparently insisted that there be a Kaiju in the film, so they added a giant walrus-like monster for about 6-minutes of screen time, but I didn't get to see it because I watched the American dubbed version which cut out the walrus monster. Directed by Ishir Honda, this film definitely fits the mold of the early cornball Godzilla films, but I think this film was actually trying to be serious suspense thriller and that didn't help it at all. Okay, but I think a random Kaiju probably wouldn't have hurt.

Greg W (fr) wrote: Typical MGM musical fare, highlighted by greats Jimmy Durante and Frank Sinatra.