Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic

Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic

Sarah Silverman appears before an audience in Los Angeles with several sketches, taped outside the theater, intercut into the stand-up performance. Themes include race, sex, and religion. Her comic persona is a self-centered hipster, brash and clueless about her political incorrectness. A handful of musical numbers punctuate the performance.

Narrative digressions on sex, race, politics, and more from comedienne Sarah Silverman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Charles P (ru) wrote: There is no parent or child that deserves to be put through The Smurfs 2.

Julie R (mx) wrote: jai pas trop aim le film.

Terror A (de) wrote: This is a wonderful and beautifully made drama that is actually suprisingly moving. The acting from the cast is great but it is Harvey Keitel who is the standout with his terrific performance. The script is superbly written and the direction is nicely done. Whether you are an Elvis fan or not definitely check this film because it is worth it!

forcebucket B (ag) wrote: Better than air force one. Much better.

Matt M (gb) wrote: strange movie. kinda cheesy. i liked the movie babe better.

Randy Y (gb) wrote: A good paced action flick with decent humor and plot. Arnold & Jamie Lee Curtis have good chemistry, and even Tom Arnold contributes to the film. Easy to watch.

Melvin B (kr) wrote: Typical girl who wants to get laid film

Vanessa B (fr) wrote: [FONT=Tahoma]I don't really know where to begin on this movie. It starts out with Ruby (Ashley Judd) driving along. She stops in this small town, and we never really get why she took off. We get hints but never a full story. She makes one friend, a girl from her new job, but other than that she writes in her journal and we get to hear what she writes. I honestly thought this girl was going to kill herself at the end of the movie. She mentioned a couple of times "getting it over with" and she seemed very unhappy. I wondered if maybe the dullness and slow pace of the movie might have been done intentionally, to give the audience a feel of how Ruby felt. That is good if it was, but if not.... Some parts were good, like when she wasn't sitting alone in her little house being miserable. But it just kept going back to that. Dorothy Lyman plays the Ruby's boss, and it was hard for me to see her in a role other than Naomi from Mama's Family, but I think she did a good job. Ashley did a good job too, and she looks about 14 in this film.[/FONT]

Ice R (br) wrote: Jessica Lange is amazing.

Ola G (ru) wrote: "Ragtime" tells the intricate story of four New York families at the turn of the 20th century, each indicative of that time in American history, and highlighting some of the downsides of following the American Dream. Starving immigrant artist Tateh (Mandy Patinkin) will eventually set off to make his fortune in Hollywood, but not without a chance encounter with Evelyn Nesbit (Elizabeth McGovern). Nesbit was the center of the infamous Thaw-White murder case, in which her mentally unstable millionare husband Harry K. Thaw (Robert Joy) murdered her lover, the famed architect Stanford White (Norman Mailer). Another storyline follows the disintegration of an upper-class American family headed by Mother (Mary Steenburgen) and Father (James Olson). Their seemingly perfect existence is shattered when black ragtime pianist Coalhouse Walker Jr. (Howard E. Rollins), begins to romance a pregnant young woman living in their home (Debbie Allen). Walker, a dignified man, turns to rage when he is tormented by local racists. Walker wishes to sue the city, but cant find any lawyer willing to represent him. He decides then to exact revenge by planting a bomb in the firehouse. He then does the same in the J.P. Morgan Library, assisted by disguised friends. He demands that his Model T and the fire chief, Conklin, will be delivered to him or the library will be destroyed..."Ragtime" is a 1981 American drama film, directed by Milos Forman, based on 1975 historical novel Ragtime by E. L. Doctorow. The film was nominated for eight Oscars. I havent red the novel yet, but bought it not that long ago. But, the movie version has been on my to see list since 1981 and finally I got hold of a DVD copy. "Ragtime" has a solid foundation, theres a focus on many strong subjects like racism, family life, love, life, death, dreams etc, its nicely shot and we get some really good acting performances from everyone involved. But, as Vincent Canby of The New York Times wrote in 1981, "Yet I'm not at all sure that anyone who has not read the book will have any idea what's going on much of the time, or why.", which pretty much sums it up. Its quite clear Milos Forman didnt succeed in getting a script that managed to put this epic book properly on the screen. The film crosscuts the different story lines, which in the book most likely come together in a way that works, awkwardly and the parts with Evelyn Nesbit and Tateh makes no real sense as you get the feeling that the main story is more or less the one concerning Coalhouse Walker Jr. Vincent Canby also wrote "This is a lot of plot for one film to cover coherently in a short period of time, and ''Ragtime'' doesn't. Time itself is totally confused. Years appear to pass, but the children don't age. As the movie progresses, one becomes aware of a kind of desperation on the part of the film makers." So, theres a failure in the editing as well and I can only say that ''Ragtime'' is a disappointment in the end as the production failed to create a coherent period piece in my eyes.

Jordon J (jp) wrote: This movie had the potential to be a good film,Main problem is it takes too long to get going & when it finally does you just can't wait for it to end also when the final conclusion is all said & done it isn't really a good one.The performances were decent & the story was interesting for the most part but in the end i was left unsatisfied so i say SKIP IT!!!

Seth W (ca) wrote: "Man, we're just not cool. But do you think any of the greats got their by being cool?"This movie coming of age film about a teen who got to go on a tour with a band, AND get too write about them for Rolling Stones Magazine was phenomenal.It contains amazing performances from the leads, excellent dialogue, and an amazing soundtrack that fits in perfectly. By far my favorite movie. Bravo Cameron Crowe, bravo.

Aaron O (au) wrote: Breathe In is a very well shot romance film that is brimming with tension and atmosphere thanks to its soundtrack and the incredible chemistry between its two leads, they bring a lot of emotion and sincerity to their scenes together even when they're quite low on dialogue. Sadly, the film is held back from greatness by how familiar it feels and the use of conveniences to progress the plot.

Chris D (ca) wrote: A human trafficking shoot 'em up in which the writing is way out in left field, the acting is foolishly empty and Kevin Bacon is getting real close to joining Christian Slater in the hack zone...the big question is - when, why and how did Djimon Hounsou become the next Jean-Claude Van Damme?

(fr) wrote: Every scene was totally predictable, from start to finish. The end of the film made me doubt if what i was watching was a comedy or a thriller. Avoid this film, avoid it like the plague.

Jacob D (es) wrote: This is a really, really, ridiculously good movie!