What starts off as a conventional travelogue turns into a satirical portrait of the town of Nice on the French Cote d'Azur, especially its wealthy inhabitants. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jennie M (kr) wrote: How does a tire book a motel room and have a shower? I really don't care and it didn't matter. Rubber was awsome! much respect for this creative masterpiece. .. awsome!
Tim M (it) wrote: Ratanaruang is back with another story about love and death starring Asano. "Last Life in the Universe" focuses on eros, this companion piece concerns itself with thanatos. Quite dull in spots, but the stills can be captivating.
Leon C (it) wrote: An interesting look at bored suburban Asians who get into deep shit.
Sam F (ca) wrote: Best of the Jack Ryan movies; this is a top notch political thriller.
Bryan M (br) wrote: Very flawed, but not nearly as horrible as its reputation, this once-in-a-lifetime pairing of two major stars at the time it was made (1984) has relatively few sparks to suggest why they even bothered. The music is nice and there are a few moments that actually work (I liked a scene that took place in a movie theater, and few sight gags inspire chuckles like when a fire hydrant puts out a fire). What we're left with is good actors in pretty costumes searching for a better script and a director who can do this type of movie right. Madeleine Kahn and Jane Alexander are, sadly, given little to do.
Mike M (fr) wrote: It doesn't make for the smoothest of watches, and to Western audiences, it may look overwrought even by Bollywood standards. Still, Karisma whimpers effectively, and the casually taunting Patekar is a real presence; writer-director Vamsi doesn't need Shahrukh Khan clowning around in what the opening credits promise is "a dynamic role" for the final hour, save for commercial reasons.
Marty D (es) wrote: Watch it everytime its on
Michael T (br) wrote: When this came out a few years ago I avoided it because it looked like a stupid Comedy with a silly premise. Then I read Tom Demichael's Modern Sci-Fi Films FAQ and the fairly positive review that this film was given in the section of films dealing with time travel so I decided to check it out. It is crude, profanity-laden and sexist but it also defied expectations and turned what could have been a silly one-note joke into a fairly funny film. Adam (John Cusack) has been dumped by his girlfriend and is unfulfilled in his job; his nephew Jacob (Clark Duke) lives in his basement and plays way too many video games; his friend Nick (Craig Robinson) feels his wife is cheating on him and gave up his dreams of a music career for a steady pay-cheque in a dog grooming shop; and then there is Lou (Rob Corrdy) the party animal still looking for a party that ended a long time ago. Somehow, a weekend trip to the ski resort Adam, Nick, and Lou had the time of their lives in back in the eighties winds up with our heroes travelling back to 1986. There is a lot of satire of the 1980s but there are moments of genuine warmth. Some of jokes involving vomit and gay panic were tasteless but I laughed more than I groaned. You can't replay your life but if you did what would you do? With Chevy Chase as a mysterious repairman, Crispan Glover as a bellhop, and Billy Zabko as a high roller who bets with Lou over the outcome of a football game.
Steve G (au) wrote: "Patriot Games" is a superb action film of 1992. The plot to "Patriot Games" is about a man named "Jack Ryan" portrayed by "Harrison Ford" who stops a local act of terrorism only metres away from his wife and daughter, later "Jack" kills one of the terrorists. A terrorist named "Sean Miller" portrayed by "Sean Bean" swears to get revenge on "Jack Ryan's" family. And "Jack Ryan" must do everything he can to protect his loved ones. The opening to this movie shows "Jack Ryan" being a typical family man. The scene is good and shows how the audience should realise how "Jack" is a good person. The middle of the movie is quite intense; some scenes could've been better. The movie's climax is good, the setting feels real but the setting could've been changed. The ending to this movie was dumb it basically said "Screw You" to the audience. The plot to the movie is great, the movie feels real and is exciting. The acting in this movie is superb, "Harrison Ford" is an incredible actor and in "Patriot Games" he does a stunning job. "Sean Bean" is another stunning actor in "Patriot Games". The music in this movie is suspenseful and thrilling at the right moments. "James Horner" who composed the music for "Patriot Games" did a splendid job at creating suspense and thrill. "Patriot Games" is filmed very well; the action scenes are filmed well but could've been shot better. Back in 1992 C.G.I. was a newly introduced topic and most movies used this new concept, the special effects in this movie are terrific; there are no scenes that C.G.I. is present. "Phillip Noyce" did a splendid job at using special effects. If you are a person who enjoys "Tom Clancy's" stories then I recommend you watch "Patriot Games" as it has superb acting, thrilling music and great visuals. Although the movie is not perfect it has some issues, which are shots being done better, and a much better ending. I give 1992's "Patriot Games" an 8/10.
Lisa S (gb) wrote: i like gore. but this is bo ring.