Richard Pryor Live on the Sunset Strip

Richard Pryor Live on the Sunset Strip

Richard Pryor performs his stand-up comedy act on the Sunset Strip.

One of comedian Richard Pryor's live performances (at the Sunset Strip, obviously) caught on film. Pryor talks about most of his standard subjects, including rascism and the differences ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Richard Pryor Live on the Sunset Strip torrent reviews

Daniel G (ru) wrote: I don't understand why this movie is so well received. I find it painfully boring and uninspired.

Patrick N (gb) wrote: Must see!! Best African movie so far

James S (us) wrote: It's always seemed the logical step for professional wrestlers to try and make the leap to acting. The Rock has undisputedly been the most successful at this (though even his recent wrestling return hasn't helped the grappling game get taken anymore seriously by the mainstream media) and others have had middling success while some have bombed and found themselves fronting heavy metal bands and going on Strictly Come Dancing *cough*ChrisJericho*cough*.Stone Cold Steve Austin was one of the late 90s wrestling boom periods biggest stars. A beer swilling, bird flipping rattlesnake with a blatant disregard for authority. Austin seemed prime material for Hollywood but he hasn't experienced the same success as The Rock. Austin's movies have been largely of the action variety and most have headed straight for dvd. That doesn't mean to say though that there hasn't been an odd gem amongst them. Hunt to Kill is one of these and exemplifies why Austin makes such a great action star.Steve is a Canadian border patrol guy who is unable to prevent the demise of his partner Eric Roberts finds himself estranged from his teenage daughter and at the mercy of a bunch of big city crooks who have been double crossed by their leader and now need to catch up to him, and their money, before he crosses into the great white North.The plot is somewhat similar to Sly Stallone's Cliffhanger but Hunt to Kill actually makes for a better film. The plot is rocket paced and the script tighter than you may expect to find. The bad guys spout their cliched dialogue but each of them has a pretty well defined character which makes them easier to hate. Action movies often live and die by their bad guys and Hunt to Kill's bunch are very fun. You can't wait for Austin to start picking them off one by one.Like films such as Commando and Sudden Death, Hunt to Kill strikes it's balance just right. There's no massively over the top heroics but a believable scenario with some larger than life characters. Austin lumbers around in a menacing kind of way when necessary and there's some impressive kills along the way. His fisticuffs with former kickboxer Gary Daniels is a great fight combining MMA and wrestling styles. Gil Bellows lead bad guy Banks is an absolute riot and gets to say stuff like "Life is like a bottle of milk - everyone's got an expiration date".Steve Austin may not be making as much money from his movies as The Rock but it could be argued that Dwayne Johnson has never made anything quite this fun. Hunt to Kill is right up there with some of the best action films ever made. A shining example of how to get the genre right.

Benjamin (ag) wrote: The storyline was ok but I thought the plot played out a little too slow but great performances from unknown talent plus a familiar face with Kaya Scodelario from TV'S sKINS!!

Trish M (nl) wrote: This is the best sequal i have ever seen to a Disney movie. Stunning animation, great songs, and much deeper character development than the first, I like this movie much better than the original. I do not know why this movie gets so much hate, but i think it is strictly because it is a straight to DVD release, and Disney is well known for not doing well in that department. Overall, Great movie, deserving of so much more love.

Guy L (ag) wrote: The sequel to "Eloise at the Plaza", "Elois at Christmastime" is just as silly but just as charming and heartwarming. It's Christmas at the Plaza and of course, 6-year-old Eloise sticks her nose in everyone's business, trying to do what she thinks is the right thing to do. Like the first movie, this is aimed to little kids, but I think older kids might enjoy just as much. It is better than the first in my opinion. Sofia Vassilieva is good again as Eloise and Julie Andrews, what can I say? She's wonderful. A good Christmas flick.

Nonya B (fr) wrote: Not sure exactly what other people saw in this movie. I rent all types, from horrible to excellent, and I watch them all, from start to finish. However, this was a movie that I could not stomach. About 1 hour in, I reached for the remote and hit stop. The script is pretty terrible, but the performances weren't much better. A slow car-crash of a movie. There weren't enough redeeming moments to remove any of the bad taste left after every attempted scene. You can see the entire plot coming after the first 5 minutes, and it just spirals downhill from there

Jerry F (fr) wrote: Great love story. I really enjoyed this one. Very believable. A 'must see' film.

John C (es) wrote: Watchable--if disposable--comedy of payback.

Sarah H (us) wrote: It's not a bad sequel, at least they all had the same actors playing the part. I thought it was weird the way it was filmed, with all the boxes and what not. Plus it skips around a lot making it really different from the original.

Christian C (br) wrote: Cute, adventurous, funny and clever -- without being too cute, adventurous, funny or clever. The animation is delightful and the voice acting is well-done (for the most part), with particularly appealing performances by Imelda Staunton (Queen Victoria) and Hugh Grant (The Pirate Captain). It's a fun family film with something to enjoy for everyone.