Plot:Ray Romano and Kevin James - as you've never seen them before - serve up the laughs as two door-to-door meat salesmen who find themselves in a terrible slump. With one last chance to make good or get fired, the partners head out to close a perfect prospect but wind up in the middle of a big beef between desperate mobsters, ruthless killers and a sultry seductress. Now, either they find a way to get out of this mess alive - and hopefully make a killer sale in the process - or they're dead meat! My Review: Pointless and unfunny, a story about 2 sales guys selling 'meat' subscriptions on a monthly basis - have you ever heard anything so stupid! (or do they actually sell such things in US??) They get caught up with some crazy characters and a murder plot. And thats it! Scriptless, inept and boring.
Paycheck: It's definitely not the movie of the century.....or the decade.....not even the year it came out but it's a good movie anyway. As I expected the surround sound was interesting, I'm usually not a big fan of 5.1 but in certain movies I like it. Ben Half Luck is equal to himself in this movie (read "not very good") and Uma Thurman is, as usual, not very pretty but sexy and kind of charming. I personally never like Eckhart, I think he has the face of a clerk, not an actor, no matter what he plays I always only see him, never his character.
That said, if you want to sit in a vegetative state and watch a movie for two hours "Paycheck" is a good candidate.
Domestic Disturbance: That's a good thriller with some good actors, Travolta is good in that kind of movies. I didn't remember the title but when the movied began I remembered I had seen it before however I didn't mind watching it again although I remembered the whole thing. There is one of those movies where you can only sit and wait to see when what you already guessed will happen actually happens. It's a good movie if you've never seen it but it's definitely not a "repeater".
The Cosby Show: Season Eight (1991/United States) IMDb | Wikipedia
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Plot: The Cosby Show appeared on NBC from 1984 to 1992, becoming one of the most popular programs in the history of television. The Cosby Show depicted a close-knit and prosperous African-American family (The Huxtables) that dwelled in New York City. Dr. Heathcliff (OB-GYN) and Clair (attorney) Huxtable were a happily married, dual-profession couple with aspirations of raising their 5 children in an uplifting, positive environment. The Cosby Show held TV's #1 slot for a record 5 consecutive years (1985 to 1990) and stayed in the Top 20 shows for all eight seasons it was on NBC.
Enjoy all of the legendary final season episodes, such as "With This Ring" and "There's No Place Like This Home". The Cosby Show Season 8 contains 24 original, uncut episodes. Relive the love and laughter all over again for the first time!
The Cosby Show Season 8.24 And So We Commence (Parts 1 & 2) 30.04.1992 Writer: Ed. Weinberger (Created By), Michael Leeson (Created By), William Cosby Jr. (Created By), Janet Leahy (Writer), Gordon Gartrelle (Writer), Courtney Flavin (Writer), Hugh O'Neill (Writer) Director: Jay Sandrich Cast: Bill Cosby (Cliff Huxtable), Phylicia Rashad (Clair Huxtable), Sabrina Lebeauf (Sondra Huxtable Tibideaux), Geoffrey Owens (Elvin Tibideaux), Malcolm-Jamal Warner (Theo Huxtable), Tempestt Bledsoe (Vanessa Huxtable), Keshia Knight Pulliam (Rudy Huxtable), Raven-Symoné (Olivia Kendall), Erika Alexander (Pam), Earle Hyman (Russell Huxtable), Clarice Taylor (Anna Huxtable), William Thomas, Jr. (Dabnis Brickey), Ethel Ayler (Carrie Hanks), Joe Williams (Al Hanks), Deon Richmond (Kenny), Allen Payne (Lance Rodman), Karen Malina White (Charmaine Brown), Gary Gray (Nelson Tibideaux), Jessica Ann Vaughn (Winnie Tibideaux), Anthony Thomas (Commencement Announcer)
A very good last episode. A love it that they made a montage of all the different opening credits. I always enjoyed this episode very much since I first saw it. It is one of the best family sitcom finales that I know.