Russell Brand, the unexpected star and scene-stealer of "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" and controversial host of the 2008 VMA's, makes his Comedy Central debut with "Russell Brand in New York ... See full summary »
Russell Brand takes on Icons, corporations, commercial exploitation, cult of personality, celebrity worship, sex, drugs and his own hypocrisy in a hilarious and scathing performance filmed live at London's Historic Hammersmith Apollo.
In this personal journey for BBC Three, Russell Brand sets out to find out how other countries are tackling their problems of drug abuse and to explore how the framework of criminalization ... See full summary »
Follows comedian/author/activist Russell Brand as he dives headlong into drugs, sex & fame in an attempt to find happiness, only to realize that our culture feeds us bad ideas & empty idols... See full summary »
It's Russell Brand talking about how he was on the news for something unfunny he did that people got offended about for an hour and a bit, for some reason he takes pride in this but he's not clever, offensive or funny, I just felt sort of awkward watching him do silly things and then the crowd laughing and I thought how pathetic it is to laugh at someone simply because they're famous and you don't want to feel like you've wasted your money, it was honestly too painful to watch and I wouldn't subject yourself to such false-confidence and attention seeking, it's ever so sad. That's all I really had to say about it but the review has to be longer than ten lines so this is now ten lines.
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