Bill Maher: '...But I'm Not Wrong' (2010) 720p YIFY Movie

Bill Maher: '...But I'm Not Wrong' (2010)

Stand up comedy special by Bill Maher.

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  • Genre: Comedy |
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 704.80M
  • Resolution: 720x400 / 29.970 (30000/1001) FPSfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 79
  • IMDB Rating: 7.0/10 
  • MPR: Normal
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The Synopsis for Bill Maher: '...But I'm Not Wrong' (2010) 720p

Stand up comedy special by Bill Maher.


The Director and Players for Bill Maher: '...But I'm Not Wrong' (2010) 720p

[Director]John Moffitt
[Role:]Bill Maher
[Role:]Cait Mathis
[Role:]Maureen MacDonald


The Reviews for Bill Maher: '...But I'm Not Wrong' (2010) 720p


Reviewed byJWJanneckVote: 3/10/10

I used to like Maher's stand-up, but this show is clear proof that helost his edge. It's difficult to diagnose exactly what has changed ---on the face of it, it's still pretty much the same basic kind ofmaterial, poking much-deserved fun at the bigotry and absurdity ofAmerican public life.

The wife says that he has gotten lazy, and there seems to be evidenceof that: his jokes frequently lack punch and timing, and the flow ofhis monologue often seems contrived and unrehearsed.

It is not only that, however. For me, the most tedious bits were thosethat clearly formed part of a dialog between Maher and whoever heperceives as addressing him --- the political right, a hostile part ofhis audience, Palin, the tea-baggers. Maher clearly sees himself asbeing engaged in a debate, he is involved in a discourse, he feels thathe needs to make a point on behalf of whatever cause he has adopted ashis own, and he visibly wants to convince his audience, instead ofentertaining them. For a comedian to get away with that, he would needto be better informed, wiser, more detached, and a better orator thanMaher is. Jon Stewart can pull it off on his better days, and of courseCarlin could.

Yet Maher is no Carlin. While that acerbic curmudgeon got better andtougher with age, Maher gets more preachy and involved. Perhaps he is avictim of is own success --- the publicity he achieved with the rantshe published in various ways (stand-up, TV show, book, movie) causedhim to take himself and his rants too seriously, and to see himself asa bona fide party in a debate when he should really be the clown thatpoints out and accentuates the funny and crazy bits from the sideline.To be funny, he needs to rise above the fray, instead of involvinghimself in it. He is a pretty decent comedian (as evidenced in thebetter segments of this show), but he is a failure when it comes tolecturing on serious matters.

As it turns out, the title of the show is an omen to what isfundamentally the problem with it: it is about Maher being right (or atleast "not wrong") about whatever it is he cares to be right about,rather than simply being funny, which obviously is no longer enough forMaher. Watch "I'm Swiss" instead.

Reviewed byWill Osborne (BluArtistEyes)Vote: 1/10/10

Yes you are! (<---All caps) laughing out loud (for some stupid reasonthe rules make me spell it out) and stupid too, it was hard to lookpast the blatantly obvious u-n-intelligence of the comedian Afterlooking past that I laughed at one or two minor things the majority ofhis act was just plain bombing and it made me wonder how much he paidthe live audience to laugh at all his stuff that wasn't funny. I alsotried not to get annoyed by the stupid attacks on all the religionswhich to me has no place in comedy there just is not anything funnyabout slamming peoples believe systems no matter what you think ofthem. And to add to that he insults the very Country that gives him thefreedom to do his comedy America and the great Republican System thatit is build on, thank God we don't have Democratic System (mob rulestraight quote from Thomas Jefferson) yet like this guy wants.

For some reason they removed this review from Netflix, I had about 10different people look it over and no one saw anything wrong with it.

Really they don't allow you to put all caps where they belong, why ishighlighting a certain set of words to express them better nowconsidered shouting come on, not everyone on the internet is too stupidto use this right. You should at least allow them upon review approval.

Yes you are! (Reviewed byJeffery William Baily (BluArtistEyes)Vote: 1/10

Yes you are! (<---All caps) laughing out loud (for some stupid reason the rules make me spell it out) and stupid too, it was hard to look past the blatantly obvious u-n-intelligence of the comedian After looking past that I laughed at one or two minor things the majority of his act was just plain bombing and it made me wonder how much he paid the live audience to laugh at all his stuff that wasn't funny. I also tried not to get annoyed by the stupid attacks on all the religions which to me has no place in comedy there just is not anything funny about slamming peoples believe systems no matter what you think of them. And to add to that he insults the very Country that gives him the freedom to do his comedy America and the great Republican System that it is build on, thank God we don't have Democratic System (mob rule straight quote from Thomas Jefferson) yet like this guy wants.

For some reason they removed this review from Netflix, I had about 10 different people look it over and no one saw anything wrong with it.

Really they don't allow you to put all caps where they belong, why is highlighting a certain set of words to express them better now considered shouting come on, not everyone on the internet is too stupid to use this right. You should at least allow them upon review approval.

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