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Yip Man: Jung gik yat jin (2013)
Am still in tears. Some people simply don't 'get it/kung-fu'
This movie had me in tears. I hate people who cry in movies. Something about KungFu and Wing Chun and this man, what do I say. Kung-Fu lives in everybody, this movie, wow. I clapped at the end, though I was the only one sitting in the room, at a monitor and desk all by myself, i still clapped.
Too moved to say anything else atm.... other than I've watched the other three, so maybe it has had a larger effect on me. Wow. We should all strive to be like Ip Man.. truly, what a spirit he was. :..(
Not many things have me in tears like this, but this movie, really something special...
Awesome Fresh Comedy that the Whole Family could Enjoy!
What a truly funny, really funny, show! Where to start? Well if you're a fan of Andy Samberg (That's My Boy, Hot Rod) then there's a pretty good chance this'll quickly become your favorite new comedy! Even if you have no idea who he or any of the other cast are, well I'd still be willing to bet you'll get at least one, really good, laugh out loud moment per episode.
I'm a 24yo dude who really enjoys a good laugh. Therefore I have no doubt that others around my age (or older/younger - who also have a mellow outlook on life) will also be able to relate to this show on soooo many levels. Hell, even my folks find it funny. The difference between them and myself, I burst out in uncontrollable laughter throughout entire episodes of Cuckoo, whereas they being parents (and probably relating their/my relationship and their/my views), well let's just say I've still heard a few good chuckles escape their bodies ;)
The cast are awesome, particularly the on-screen chemistry from the two leading men. Add to that the fact you can root for both characters, and at the same time! Well what more can one want from this funny and amazingly written gem? I've got to say, I was pleasantly surprised at how well Cuckoo addresses modern families and relationships through comedy. We've come a long way from the classic stigmata of working man, stay at home wife and kids, etc. Well, Cuckoo gives us a pleasant look at one type of modern family environment and relationships, that many either have experienced (first or second hand) or will very likely experience themselves at some point in their journey of life across this modern yet ever changing world.
Before you judge it, give it an episode, or two or many :) Just remember what comedies are for, unwinding and having a laugh at other people and their predicaments. I personally find having experienced something like Cuckoo first hand only adds to the show/scenario and makes it even funnier. I'm sure many will relate to it on many different levels.
My idea of comedy? Well here's some other funny TV shows I enjoy/ed; South Park, Crank Yankers, Bored To Death, Chuck, Fonejacker, That '70s Show, Wilfred, Robot Chicken, Workaholics, IT Crowd, Family Guy, Futurama, Boston Legal, WKUK, Beavis and Butthead (new season) -- there's a ton more but that's a pretty diverse list of shows that have all, at one point or another, had me (quite literally) in tears laughing.
So take from all that what you will, even if it helps just one other give Cuckoo a chance, then it has done its job! Happy laughing :p
Good Vibes (2011)
Funniest animated show in a long time! Comedy Central or Adult Swim pick it UP!
Good Vibes is the funniest 'new/fresh' animated show that's ever been made, period. If you haven't at least watched the first episode, well I guarantee you'll get at least one moment where you spit your meal or beverage across the room in an uplifting chuckle-roar. And seriously, who doesn't like a good chuckle-roar, hahaha. Now think, when's the last time one of those long-running animated shows truly made you laugh like that? Can't remember, don't worry, me neither ;)
Everyone I meet that seems like they need a good laugh, well I tell them about this funny unheard of animated show called Good Vibes. You know, only funny huge names like Adam Brody (Smiley Face, The Other Guys) and Danny McBride (Your Highness, Eastbound & Down) chose to star in it because they could see the animated scene needed something this fresh and cleverly written.
Coming here and seeing the low rating and lack of reviews, well hell. I actually wrote a review way back in April with the title: "Haven't laughed so hard at a first episode since Good Vibes!" for the show Betty White's Off Their Rockers. I then went on to say something about laughing as hard or as much since seeing Good Vibes. I mean think of it like this, if writing a review for another show makes you think back to the last time you laughed so long and hard, well that must mean the show you're thinking back to left quite a funny impression. In this case that show I was thinking back to was Good Vibes, therefore one could say it's pretty damn funny from that aspect alone.
With the plethora of new shows all starting up, I decided to try the new animated show Brickleberry, hoping for one tenth of the laughter that Good Vibes brought me, but nope. So I guess the question becomes, if MTV is stupid enough to drop a TRULY HILARIOUS GEM like Good Vibes, not realizing it could/will go on to be the next Family Guy or South Park, well Comedy Central and Adult Swim, Where you at!? If you pick Good Vibes up, do you know how loyal those fans would become to your brand? I'd buy a whole bunch of merchandise just because you kept a great show alive long enough and brought it to an audience that truly appreciate awesome humor. In turn, bringing a show like this to your already amazing network/s, well I'm sure fans of the network would be so amazed at the level of humor and writing in Good Vibes that even they'd buy some merch, just to say thanks for bringing them something so profoundly funny. The one thing I'd ask is you leave it alone, don't change anything, anything. Everything as it was made the show great, adding or changing writers/styles/characters/etc before fans of your network got to see it as it was will kill any chance of a third season. By all means, in season 3, make it even more awesome, just give it a single season on your network to run as it was and watch what happens ;)
I'm a 24yo dude with a wicked sense of humor, for instance, my elbow isn't my 'funny bone', that name's reserved for something else...right ;p Therefore one would be right in assuming you'll enjoy Good Vibes providing you fall into at least one of these categories: 1) are a chilled person 2) enjoy laughing till your belly hurts 3) aren't a pretentious politically correct douche who thinks you're 'above/better than' dick and fart jokes 4) can laugh at yourself 5) like to part-ay!
As all those other long running shows can become kind of stale from time to time, well at least give the first episode of Good Vibes a go, it brings a whole new shi-BANG back to animation. Plus, you'll be glad you did. ;)
My idea of comedy? Well here's some other funny TV shows I enjoy/ed; South Park, Crank Yankers, Bored To Death, Chuck, Fonejacker, That '70s Show, Wilfred, Robot Chicken, Workaholics, IT Crowd, Family Guy, Futurama, Boston Legal, Beavis and Butthead (new season) -- there's a ton more but that's a pretty diverse list of shows that have all, at one point or another, had me (quite literally) in tears laughing.
Hope that helps some of you in deciding whether or not to give it a go. :)
High School (2010)
Man, this was FUNNY as, WHAT!?'s with the hate/rs?
Seriously, this was an AWESOME and a really fun and funny movie! A great film, even right from the very second the movie studio company names came on screen. Funny throughout and it was a decent length, not like some of these new comedies/films that just make it past an hour, this makes it the full hog!
From a 24 yo guy (with a wicked sense of humour) that watched this un-stoned for the first time, well it was funny as f^ck! Can't wait to blaze up for the second watch!
As to all the hate/res, WHAT!? the hell man!? I see many haters hating, but not reviewing, as there's really nothing that bad you can say about this film. You could almost go as far to call this masterpiece a great 'family' movie... I mean is there not enough quotable jokes and analogies in here for you all? Was the fine acting, by all, BUT WOW was Adrien Brody SOOOOOOOO good, not enough? This movie made me search more with him in it, as well as a bunch of the other actors/crew!
In my opinion this will become a cult CLASSIC stoner film! But saying that, I understand these 'new-age-hipster' stoners think it's not cool to just have fun and relax, hence why they don't find movies like Smiley Face funny (if you haven't watched Smiley Face high, you haven't seen it). I know as a community of potheads we are changing the 'cheech-chong-hippie' image to something more 'suit-like' and 'get-it-legal' type image, but I beg of you all, let us not forget that weed shouldn't be taken so seriously as to not allow ourselves to unwind and laugh at pointless nonsensical feats of 'wisdom'... at least from time to time. I get the 'legal' stance, hell, I'm actively doing something to make it legal, but it doesn't mean we should wear these hats 24/7/365, that in itself couldn't be healthy. Just remember to unplug and laugh once in a while... :)
I highly recommend you all give it a chance, I'm sure there's so much going on in it, that by the end, you'll feel you could just rewind (if we all still did that) and start it from the beginning, all over again.
To cast and crew, WOW, thanks for making a rare 'modern' stoner classic. Adrien Brody, that performance deserved an Oscar! I'd love to see a sequel. But regardless, it's right up there, probably higher than some of the best of them - think How High type funny, quiet possibly funnier.
Hope this helps some of you!
Haven't laughed so hard at a first episode since Good Vibes!
As a 24 year old guy with an awesome sense of humour, well Betty White has always appealed to me, at least since seeing her wicked sense of humour in various marketing campaigns as well as other bits and pieces. I was half expecting the show to be about old people "off their rockers" and to my delight it's about old people pranking the more youthful, though it appears no one is too old to be pranked. The best part, at least so far, it doesn't appear the people being pranked are actually actors in on the joke.
I've watched the first episode and haven't laughed as hard or as much at a show since seeing the first episode of Good Vibes quite a few months back. While it may not be everyones cup of tea, well those with a true funnybone, those equipped with having viewed many hours of comedy TV shows and movies, from all genres, under their belts, well to say the least, you should get quite a laugh, at least from the first episode of Betty White's Off Their Rockers.
Having only watched the first episode so far, I can't accurately say whether it'll continue being as funny, but man, to those wanting something 'fresh' (even if some jokes are borrowed) then give this a go. If you don't laugh at least once during the first episode, then perhaps it's time to think about checking out of Hotel Earth... ;)
My idea of comedy? Well here's some other funny TV shows I enjoy/ed; Good Vibes, South Park, Crank Yankers, Bored To Death, Chuck, Fonejacker, That '70s Show, Wilfred, Robot Chicken, Workaholics, IT Crowd, Family Guy, Futurama, Boston Legal, Beavis and Butthead (new season) -- there's a ton more but that's a pretty diverse list of shows that have all, at one point or another, had me (quite literally) in tears laughing.
So take from this what you will, just don't go by the bogus reviews trolls/haters will be sure to leave.