A Man from Boulevard des Capucines

A Man from Boulevard des Capucines

Mr Jonny First arrives to the Wild West to present the art of the Cinematograph.

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A Man from Boulevard des Capucines torrent reviews

Luis P (nl) wrote: Yet another movie that got bad reviews. I love Si Fi and though the storyline has been a bit over done, I thought it was great. watch it and you be the judge.

Peter L (us) wrote: My Rating: 3/5 stars; Grade: B-; Gesture: Thumbs Sideways; Status: Passable (Fresh); Emoticon: :-I.

Dan S (gb) wrote: It's a stoner comedy, what did you really expect? I thought it was really funny and definitely had some real good lines. The thing is though, some of the acting was a bit awkward and that ruined it a little bit. But otherwise, HILARIOUS.

Itai B (gb) wrote: very aesthetic french kitsch. Sophie Marceau, followed by a 2 day shave guy, move about some nice south of France scenery.

Peggy V (ru) wrote: YES to Life, YES to Otherness - this is the motto of the film through the eyes of She. It's losing focus and at times feels like a rhiming essay. But there are some powerful moments in it...

Karsten G (fr) wrote: If you have a bad day, it is okay to kill a few dozens of women and children.

Will R (es) wrote: so Nicolas Cage directed a film that isn't as far out as you'd think it would be. instead it's insane in moments, quiet in others and drags out influences from Zandalee and probably got into Herzog's thought process during Bad Lieutenant's filming. great film.

Lee P (gb) wrote: But jimmy, it's UNITED!

Joshua L (jp) wrote: 4 the kids! but i still like it

Cooper H (ru) wrote: John Hughes delivers a great yet simple story revolving around a birthday and love. Molly Ringwald and Anthony Michael Hall are both great together and separate.

Luke L (br) wrote: This film really creeps out a lot of people with its shark and the suspense is handled beautifully Thanks Steven Spielberg and John Williams