Balthazar

Balthazar

Following a slight accident, a stranger appears in a Provençal village and knocks at the door of the Philippes'villa, asking them for help. Albert Philippe is suspicious but his wife shows ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:1937
  • Language:French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on play,  

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James P (nl) wrote: Want to see it, but since spider man 3 was a big bust, this isn't going to happen

BRUNO V (fr) wrote: Story oke , the acting was poor ...

Jared E (jp) wrote: Shows the power of the mind. I recommend. Having this.

max m (nl) wrote: this movie might not be so funny now but it's meant for kids and I loved it as a kid

Joel R (kr) wrote: Bloody awful, even by the low standards of this genre. Horrid CG makes this even more unwatchable.

Miles K (es) wrote: Boring, bitterly violent, and completely ignorant of the first film's satirical tone. In all not completely terrible, but has nothing to do with the series. Plus- why no bugs? Barley any bug action at all!!! Why could its budget not been given to the third film.

Darren H (kr) wrote: I think I saw parts of this on Cartoon Network a couple years back and was like 'wtf mate?'

Kurt F (it) wrote: 2/6/12 I became more and more interested as this film went on. Sid and Nancy are just a mess, and Nancy gets really annoying and started to wear on me with all her whining. It definitely kept my interest though b/c they truly were so messed up. Its funny to think that this movie was made only about 8 or 9 years after the Sex Pistols were really popular.

Morris N (de) wrote: It's funny. I saw it in the theatre when it came out and I remember a lot of it even now. Dick Van Dyke was in top form.

Ema E (nl) wrote: so empathic and sensitive. Another gem!