In April 1994, the middle-aged Canadian journalist Bernard Valcourt is making a documentary in Kigali about AIDS. He secretly falls in love for the Tutsi waitress of his hotel Gentille, who... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Sunday in Kigali
In April 1994, the middle-aged Canadian journalist Bernard Valcourt is making a documentary in Kigali about AIDS. He secretly falls in love for the Tutsi waitress of his hotel Gentille, who...
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Tracey M (us) wrote: Great movie interesting twist.
Kostas S (ag) wrote: Especially the last part.
Ral E (ca) wrote: Just a bad werewolf movie.
Michael H (it) wrote: "Declaration of War" conveys both the joy of living and the long slog of serious illness. That the movie conveys both so well is a wonder. Especially in earlier parts of the film, the music and movement edge up to the joy of musical dance numbers without ever quite breaking into song and dance. It's quite effect shorthand for communicating life and happiness. The extra potency of near-musical vibrancy helps balance the equally well expressed strain of entering and enduring a prolonged medical battle. That the movie isn't 100% satisfying doesn't diminish it's many brave successes.
Aline C (ca) wrote: Une petite com (C)die musicale charmante jusqu' 20mn de la fin, qui gche un peu le film, il faut bien le reconnaitre...Mais Benjamin chante toujours aussi bien et Leila toujours aussi charmante (et vice versa).
Cynthia S (nl) wrote: I am a sucker for this kind of movie. Root for the underdogs! This is a chick-flick Independent sports movie centered around an Indian American highschool girls basketball team. Heartwarming, good intentioned filmmaking meant for lightheated enjoyment...
JeanPhilippe G (es) wrote: Great comedy from beggining to end, Billy Madison shows how funny Adam Sandler was in his prime.
Zach M (ag) wrote: This film had a lot of good going for it with actors John Vernon and Samantha Eggar in it and a very cool movie poster.The problem is that it couldn't be more than a basic slasher film with a very easy ending. The mask the killer uses is pretty creepy looking and there were some decent scenes still, but as a whole it just doesn't hook you.
Alex S (kr) wrote: Stylish and gritty 70's revenge thriller with Charles Bronson who plays a man who turns vigilante after the police fail to capture the muggers that killed his wife and rape his daughter. Although the plot is similar to revenge themed action films that you get today, the grimy look of the film makes it more believable, and Bronson, although a big man that made a career out of action films, makes a believable performance of a ordinary man that feels that he needs to do something about the crime in the city that he lives in.
Matthew C (br) wrote: So, Italians and French got together to try making a Hammer Horror film, and the result is pretty bland. In spite of the bad dubbing, you can kind of tell the acting was OK, but the story is kind of so-so. Some good sets help, but not enough. Not bad, but not something to seek out, either.
Doug C (ag) wrote: Orson Welles plays a great Clarence Darrow in this film adaptation of the 1924 trial of Leopold and Loeb for the thrill killing of Robert Franks. The film largely sensationalizes the murder and motives of Leopold and Loeb, however, and leaves the details of the crime strangely untold (the crime itself is not shown and the audience only learns of it as the investigation unfolds). Other than Welles's role as Clarence Darrow in one of Darrow's latest and most famous cases--including a particularly great version of Darrow's closing argument in the case--this film offers little but sensationalism to the Leopold and Loeb trial.
Brett W (us) wrote: No more ridiculous than "Independence Day"
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