A Monster in Paris

A Monster in Paris

Paris,1910. Emile, a shy movie projectionist, and Raoul, a colorful inventor, find themselves embarked on the hunt for a monster terrorizing citizens. They join forces with Lucille, the big-hearted star of the Bird of Paradise cabaret, an eccentric scientist and his irascible monkey to save the monster, who turns out to be an oversized but harmless flea, from the city's ruthlessly ambitious police chief.

Set in Paris in the year 1910, the film centers on a monster who lives in a garden and his love for a beautiful, young singer. Meanwhile a wacky inventor, his camera-crazy best friend, and a madcap monkey are on a mission to protect the beast as he holds a rare and special talent. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jack Q (ru) wrote: Some decent humour in this but not too much to tickle me completely, average film overall and Ben Stiller playing his usual character format.

Thomas B (gb) wrote: Didn't enjoy this movie as much as my brother Jack did. However, it's a little silly but watchable.

Brody M (br) wrote: Pushover wasn't bad at all but for some reason I just didn't get into it until after the cop started to plot with the gangster's woman to steal the $$$.That's when things started to get interesting

(jp) wrote: Die Monster Die is based on H.P Lovecraft's novel The Color Out Of Space. The movie follows Naham Whitley, played amazingly by Boris Karloff, who is a scientist that has grown all of the plants in his greenhouse to monstrous sizes with uranium. But in the potting shed there are caged creatures that have been exposed to the radiation along with Naham's wife. The story is typical Lovecraft format and the story is genuinely original. Boris Karloff's transformation into the glowing plant man is shot very cleverly by director Daniel Haller. The director also disguises the deformities on Naham's wife and her maid Helga, and hits you with it hard at the end of the film. The effects are amazing for 1965. There are some actual creepy moments in this movie too. It builds up the suspense with the angry townspeople, the death of Naham's servant, Merwin, and the journey into the potting room. The cast of this movie is well chosen too, alongside Karloff are Nick Adams and Suzan Farmer who both do great jobs in their roles. All together, Daniel Haller delivers the scares in Die Monster Die, a great installment in classic horror

Alex K (mx) wrote: My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.

Bill B (mx) wrote: The set-up is pretty great, with a grouchy young woman put on house arrest in her mother's home, where mom is convinced there's a spirit lurking about. The lead is naturally a non-believer, until things start to get a bit too real and she's forced to start investigating, even employing an amateur ghost hunter to help out.This one was pretty decent, paying off a lot of good word of mouth I'd heard about it over the past few years.

Med W (br) wrote: This is the pits of sand and sandle type epics

Andrew O (es) wrote: A fascinating and memorable film about the morality of police corruption, fueled by a smart script and fantastic performances by Hawke and Washington