In 1953, a sensitive French boy finds out from a neighbor that his family's Jewish. François Grimbert becomes a physician, and gradually peels the layers of his buried family history which resulted in his difficult upbringing, raised as Catholic by his "Aryan" appearing parents. His athletic father labored to stamp out stereotypical Jewish characteristics he perceived in his son, to keep the family's many secrets, as most relatives fought in World War II, and later were hauled off to labor and death camps by the Gestapo.
Jos G (au) wrote: Det r frn denna filmen (fransk) som de har tagit handlingen till The Tourist med Angelina Jolie och Johnny Depp!
m shoo in full effect (nl) wrote: if u like dumb, trashy humor, you'll love this movie that..mr. springer tried to make then miss..during his big popularity back in the mid-late 90's
Riley O (nl) wrote: Fun, creative look at an Arnold action movie. Lot's of great cameo's and references from past films.
Paul Z (br) wrote: If Jim Jarmusch made Bulworth, it would look something like this. The wordless protagonist is a sounding board for everyone else's assumptions and viewpoints on his journey through a seriocomically simplified socioeconomic landscape. And yet this clean slate of a brother only gradually realizes that on this planet, his color matters. His surprise at those who meaninglessly hurt one another is the gratifying comic center of a cynical, clever and invigorating satire.
CMB RIP LITTLE (ru) wrote: HE IS SO HOT IN THIS MOVIE... AND ITS A GOOD STORY ABOUT HIM FALLAING IN LOVE BUT OF HOW SCARED HE IS TO COMMITE TO IT
Arthur R (gb) wrote: [color=black]Sporadic chuckles in this classic comedy. Unfortunately, most of the jokes fall flat and would be more appropriate in a Tom & Jerry cartoon. [/color]
Thomas D (fr) wrote: It's funny, I read reviews of Goldfinger that said that film changed the tone and course of Bond films for a long time, and I think that writer was right. Since Goldfinger, it has been average Bond movie after average Bond movie. The tongue and cheek tone that Goldfinger sort of inspired had already grown tiresome and over the top by Diamonds Are Forever.Connery is back, which is obviously a step up from Lazenby, but Blofeld once again changed actors. Apparently this reflects the chameleon like nature of Blofeld in the books, but it fails to create a sense of rhythm and consistency to the franchise. With that being said, he was one of the better Blofelds we have had and made for a decent foe. The problem is that the tone of the rest of the film is so goofy and dissimilar to what Bond and Blofeld are in. The action sequences are improved since the unorthidox editing of On Her Majesty's Secret Service without the strange settings of Thunderball and You Only Live Twice.Even the sidekick villains in the film are borderline un-watchable. By today's standards, these assumed gay characters would be seen as portrayed very offensively, but I guess that was just the time the film was released. So other than the fact that this film has the dumbest cops in film history, weird duo characters, and it's tonally inconsistent, it is a decently entertaining film. We finally get a good back and forth between Blofeld and Bond, and Connery is back (at least for one film). Diamonds Are Forever is yet another average installment in the franchise.+Connery is back+Blofeld in his full form+Better action-Tonally off-Un-watchable side duos-Offensive at times5.8/10
Cryssy R (es) wrote: good and cool and not a week ago week ago