Reggie Watts: Why $#!+ So Crazy?

Reggie Watts: Why $#!+ So Crazy?

Reggie Watts performing live at three New York venues bookended with sketches.

One of the most fascinating and unique artists working today, Reggie Watts combines looped vocals created live on stage with his unique brand of improvised comedy. Reggie's subjects range from ancient history to technology to spirit elves to theology to pop culture. The music incorporates hip-hop, trip-hop, 80's pop alternative, nu-metal and classical opera. Reggie loves to disorient and confuse people in the most entertaining way possible. This DVD features a combination of his various live performances. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Reggie Watts: Why $#!+ So Crazy? torrent reviews

Ben L (br) wrote: The Last Lions is a gorgeous documentary that emotionally tells the story of the love a mother has for her children.

Adam R (jp) wrote: (First viewing - August 2008 in theaters)

Ross V (es) wrote: There was some good gore but too many teen sex scenes. Hell, two different couples got killed in two different barns having sex in the hey. They need to mix it up a little.

Tracey c (ru) wrote: Watched this movie a long time ago...it was so funny...nice train track...Try and look around for this dvd.

Matthew D (ru) wrote: More a psychological thriller than a war movie: taut from beginning to end and studying the threats from within more than the dangers from without. Many films in the genre are about how impersonal and dehumanising the experience is for those caught up in it and Fear and Desire touches on those themes too, but also it shows how things become so deeply personal and make them act so very human. If it is a little rough and ready around the edges it only adds to its authenticity and makes it less clinical than Kubrick's later work.

James L (ag) wrote: Completely outrageous but once you get over the premiss it's an enjoyable comedy !

Richy K (br) wrote: A beautiful , well crafted and unique story of ADAM and EVE.

Gareth B (gb) wrote: Unstoppable? This film is anything but! For starters, it's about 96 minutes too long. It really is dreadful: bad acting, unrealistic plot and quite simply not enough action. Showed promise early on at the diner but from that point on it was painful to watch. No features on my DVD. I'm guessing this didn't even hit the cinema. A poor TV movie? One to avoid. Snipes can do so much better.