Most of us most certainly can. Although Gabriel Iglesias does nothing new or extremely different to attract a new crowd, the die-hard fans and followers of his work will be entertained, delighted, and satisfied with the final product. The Fluffy Movie however has knocked Hart out of the park and just might be the best of the stand-up comedy movies since Original Kings of Comedy. Unlike the vindictive ways of Louis C. I'm a great fan of Gabriel, and I love his comedy, just so many other people, and i have to say this is his best special so far. I enjoyed the small intro with Gabriel's friends, about his parents hooking up, and fluffy's childhood. There are more jokes about his son and then it ends on a somewhat somber note when he talks about his parents.
It just like you wouldn't believe. Gabriel Iglesias has come a very long way since his Nickelodeon and Last Comic Standing days. He always ties bits of story back to other stories which are seemingly unrelated. Now in this building, there was out over by the table. His fans are dedicated, his fans are also quite knowledgeable about his running jokes and his family scenarios, which is something you see in very, very few comedians. Parents take your teens, my daughter loved it.
Well, my mom said it's okay. If you want a white doctor in this town, it's to cost you a fortune. To the long time fans, there are some references from past specials or interviews, and you will love the intro. Aceasta nu ia mult timp în The Fluffy Movie Unity Through Laughter pentru a înțelege apel larg Iglesias care, judecând focurile de armă ale publicului, include o secțiune transversală largă de vârste și rase. A superbly spun tail of deep a deep personal journey many people can relate to. Gabriel Iglesias has a bit about how back when he was growing up he had to perform surgery to save his Nintendo Entertainment System.
His awesome stories will make you laugh and cry. I want you to what you want to be when you grow up. Without spoiling too much, it took the audience in California as well as my viewing audience by surprise at the circumstances that had played out in recent years with him. In this special, Iglesias talks about all types of things from health to family life to even India. I was just in the bathroom, man. After your movie's over, I want you to up and do your homework, okay? The Fluffy Movie however really picks up in the third act when Gabriel Iglesias goes out for an emotional loop and provides a hilarious yet very heartfelt tale involving closure with some past demons.
I saw this girl lose it. I can't he did that. In terms of cinematography and direction the movie keeps it simple, keeps it focused, and relies solely and mainly on the quirky, energetic, and lovable Iglesias. Hey, hey, hey, you going? If you are looking for a straight up comedy show then this is not for you. Hey, Mom, can I rent this? That has to be Martin.
Luckily for all of us, the final sentence ended with a fantastic punchline----that had been set up half an hour ago. I loved his storytelling and all of his funny stories about traveling with martin, losing weight and getting healthier, his relationship with his step-son Frankie, talking about his dad who he hasn't seen for 30 years, and of course his impersonations. Ladies and gentlemen, give it up for Iglesias! At other times it's immensely deep. The man to ever put me on the in the Bay Area. It got quite personal as even Iglesias was having some trouble delivering the material. I love Gabriel Iglesias and he is one of my favorite modern comics. And finally as the added bonus, can do hundreds of unique voices and impressions as well as provide some Latin flair to his jokes.
She's over there talking with some old man. This is so cool how now you guys him. And of course now we have The Fluffy Movie. I have to meet him. After the 80s when it was dominated by Richard Pryor and Eddie Murphy the popularity and the quantity of this type of film dwindled quite heavily.
Okay, I got to get to work. She ran over to Martin, screaming. It's kind of cute--but only makes up a few minutes of the film. Here, he's talking much more about life, family relations and being raised without father-- all topics which he jokes about a bit but also with a tough edge of seriousness. I just ate some chimichangas. However, I really think his other performances I've seen were funnier--mostly because he told more stories and used more funny voices in those.
There are some great new stories including Gabriel's recent trip to India which is hilarious. Why are you a cigar, when you're supposed to be a baby? This is the last time he this on me, 'cause I'm not going through this anymore. The rest is his stand-up routine and he talks about a variety of topics such as his weight, his step-son and his relationship with his estranged father. If you are a teenager, go see it. I can't let you rent this, kid. It's worth seeing and he is an immensely talented guy but not his best work.