Bay of Angels

Bay of Angels

A compulsive gambler who falls in love with a bank clerk (Claude Mann) on holiday in Nice. At first, the two lovers simply use each other as good luck charms; but what happens to love when luck runs out?

Jean is a clerk in a bank. His colleague Caron is a gambler and gives him the virus. In the casinos, Jean meets Jackie. Their love affair will follow their luck at the roulette. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Christina E (de) wrote: It was fine. Not wretched but entertaining enough.

Roy M (au) wrote: Where Airplane panned disaster movies, this racy comedy attempts to dump on romantic movies. Wasn't expecting much, but thoroughly enjoyed this hilarious smack down on corny romantic films that have the same old predictable story lines. Smiled at Rudd and Poehler's obvious delight to be doing this scenes. Going to have watch it again to catch all the nuances and visual gags I missed first time around.

Dan T (br) wrote: Area 407Sometimes i'm in the mood to watch a bunch of "found footage" horror movies in a row. V/H/S was easily one of the best ones i've ever seen. Now here comes Area 407, it features "lost footage to real for reality and too disturbing for fiction." That is actually what the movie claims. That is right on the box. Seriously that line is on the box, how could you not want to watch it now?Well let me start by saying Area 407 is easily one of the worst "found footage" movies i've ever seen.It starts with Jessie and her annoying 14 year old sister Trish."Here we are on the way home, we're going to the airplane." says Trish"Woo home, do you really have to tape everything?" says Jessie"Yes, I do.""Ok um. Maybe you should buy your own camera.""Um why would I do that when I can use yours.""Right, like you do with the rest of my stuff.""Exactly!"So we enter the plane and Trish starts to film everyone. I thought this way of introducing the characters was actually quite unique, but Trish is immediately so unlikable. She talks to everyone, introduces herself, and has conversations with the rest of the passengers and crew. The problem with the characters are that they are instantly unlikable and unbelievable. Each and every single character we are introduced to, we immediatly hate.After being told to turn of the camera multiple times, Trish finally does. She then turns it on as the plane falls and crashes.The camera fires up again on the plane, the light turns on and all you see is blood and people screaming.Now the group is actually using the camera because of its light, not to just record something. The problem with using the camera as a light source is that its just far to boring unless you have something exciting to look at and some competent actors. You spend most of the time looking around at grass and trees while hearing random screams from the group.The passangers locate a few other light sources and medkits and prepare to stay near the plane until help arrives. So what would be the smartest thing to do at this point? Well ill tell ya! Venture off ALONE.One by one, a passanger wonders off with one of the flashlights and gets pulled into the dark after a deathly scream! What could this thing be? Is it human?A few hours after waiting by the plane, no help arrives. The ramaining group decides to go look around the area instead of holding up at the plane until morning. Yes, instead of holding up inside the plane together, they venture off into the wide open area with Godzilla walking around.They find an abandoned city and take shelter in a dirty old shack. This shack doesnt have any windows or a door that closes. This seems better then holding up and hiding in the airplane apparently.A giant screech echos through the hut. So guess what happens? One of the guys GOES OUT ALONE.... And DIES. You think after watching the rest of the group do that, they would have learned by now.We now have only the two girls remaining with the camera. The sun is starting to come up now. The two run and shake the camera. They then run some more while screaming loudly into the microphone. They eventually come to a dirt road. Luckily a car is driving on the road right for them! Some old obese man gets out of the car and helps the girls back into his car.MAJOR SPOILERS(well actually most of this is in the trailer)This old obese man shoots the older sister in the face, and starts chasing the younger girl, who feels the need to carry the camera around and film stuff instead of running for her life. He shoots her in the back. The camera nicely lands face up and this man gladly walks into focus."Full sweep complete. I repeat, full sweep complete."All of a sudden you hear a roar. ITS A T-REX. Im not kidding. I feel bad making the Godzilla joke during the movie. This super secret monster then can grab people and have clean getaways, is a T-Rex. A GIANT T-Rex. This is what the government doesnt want you to see folks! They magically spawned a T-Rex in some desolate area, and the plane just happened to land there. Wait, you're going to tell me that you hired a 60 year old obese man to run a super secret government conspiracy? Really?I enjoy watching "found footage" films quite a bit, but without a script or competent characters to back them up, they are massive failures. Area 407 is not the exception. On top of that, the characters are so mind-blowingly stupid and annoying.This should not even be on the same planet as brilliant "found footage" movies such as: [Rec], [Rec] 2, Grave Encounters or any other movie clearly not written by 12 year olds.I can't recommend watching this at all. Its terrible from start to finish. However, i can see people having fun with it during a bad movie night.I do have to admit the make-up was surprisingly decent and it had some good ideas behind it. Unfortunatly it was destroyed by the people in front and behind the camera.0.5/5It starts with Jessie and her annoying 14 year old sister Trish."Here we are on the way home, we're going to the airplane." says Trish"Woo home, do you really have to tape everything?" says Jessie"Yes, I do.""Ok um. Maybe you should buy your own camera.""Um why would I do that when I can use yours.""Right, like you do with the rest of my stuff.""Exactly!"So we enter the plane and Trish starts to film everyone. I thought this way of introducing the characters was actually quite different. Trish talks to everyone, introduces herself, and has conversations with the rest of the crew. The problem with the characters are that they are instantly unlikeable. Each and every single character we are introduced to, we immediatly hate.After being told to turn of the camera multiple times, Trish finally does. It then magically turns on as the plane falls and crashes.The camera fires up again on the plane, the light turns on and all you see is blood and people screaming. The group actually use the camera becuase of its light, not to just record something.The problem with using the camera as a light source is that its just far to boring unless you have competent actors. You spend most of the time looking around at grass and trees while hearing random screams from the movies "stars".The passangers locate a few other lights and medkits and prepare to stay near the plane until help arrives. So what would be the smartest thing to do at this point? Well ill tell ya! Venture off ALONE.One by one, a passanger wonders off with one of the flashlights and gets pulled into the dark after a deathly scream! What could this creature be? Is it human?A few hours after waiting by the plane, no help arrives. The ramaining group decides to go look around the area instead of holding up at the plane until morning. Yes, instead of holding up inside the plane together, they venture off into the wide open area with Godzilla walking around.They find an abandoned city and take shelter in a dirty old shack. This shack doesnt have any windows or a door that closes. This seems better then holding up and hiding in the airplane.A giant screech echos through the hut. So guess what happens? One of the guys GOES OUT ALONE.... And DIES. You think after watching the rest of the crew do that, they would have learned by now.We now have only the two girls remaining with the camera. The sun is starting to come up now. The two run and run and shake the camera some more. Then run some more. They eventually come to a dirt road. Luckily a car is driving on the road right for them! Some old obese man gets out of the car and helps the girls back into his car.MAJOR SPOILERS(well actually most of this is in the trailer)This old obese man shoots the older sister in the face, and starts chasing the younger girl, who feels the need to carry the camera around and film stuff instead of running for her life. He shoots her in the back. The camera nicely lands face up and this man gladly walks into focus." Full sweep complete. I repeat, full sweep complete."All of a sudden you hear a roar. ITS A T-REX. Im not kidding. This super secret monster then can grab people and have clean getaways, is a T-Rex. A GIANT T-Rex. This is what the government doesnt want you to see folks! They magically spawned a T-Rex in some desolate area, and the plan just happens to land there. Wait, you're going to tell me that you hired a 60 year old obese man to run a super secret government conspiracy? Really? I enjoy watching "found footage" films quite a bit, but without a script or competent characters to back them up, they are massive failures. Area 407 is not the exeption. On top of that, the characters are so mind-blowingly stupid and annoying. This is not even on the same planet as films such as [Rec], [Rec] 2, Grave Encounters or any other movie clearly not written by 12 year olds.I can't recommend watching this at all. Its terrible from start to finish. However, i can see people having fun with it during a bad movie night.I do have to admit the make-up was surprisingly decent and it had some good ideas behind it. Unfortunatly it was destroyed by the people in front and behind the camera.0.5/5

Mark C (ca) wrote: Exhibit A for why I avoid Transformers and Twilight ...

Andrew E (nl) wrote: A vary good thought experiment. The ending leaves no sure conclusion. Definitely a movie worth watching, but pay attention.

Troy K (jp) wrote: Surprising good movie, ending could have gone on even longer.

Ron R (ru) wrote: American Beauty on heroin

Ashley P (kr) wrote: Worth watching on Netflix!

Johnny M (br) wrote: Beautiful and surreal. Bit too short and open to interpritation to give a higher score but definatly worth checking out, and I can't wait to see how the full movie will turn out. All I can say is I already adore the setting and visual look of it all.

Joel A (mx) wrote: Another exceptional documentary from Film Historian Kevin Brownlow focusing on unusual & reclusive Greta Garbo.The Doco starts at her life & her major transition from Sweden to MGM in Hollywood in the mid 1920's & her rapid rise to fame and her pursuit of having a personal life despite being in the spotlight.The film then focuses on her sound films in the 1930's then here separation with Hollywood then her later years alone for most of them NYC. A strange & fascinating actress & this is a great portrait.

Dave W (nl) wrote: The Crow: Wicked Prayer is...hmmm...really really bad, and it takes a while to realize how bad it is because the setup is decent, and the cast features some names, like Tito Ortiz, Tara Reid, Edward Furlong, Danny Trejo, and even Dennis Hopper. But, it's awful, and it's the kind of awful that kind of keeps you going through the whole movie just to see what Dennis Hopper does, then you realize that his character is so bad that despite his best efforts, he actually makes the movie worse. Seriously, he actually plays a satanic priest/pimp while reciting horribly clich gangster-esque lines about homeboys and shorties - I can't stress enough that this review is not bullshit in the academic sense of the word, this movie is bad...really bad, maybe not Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 bad, but in the ballpark. Wicked Prayer starts by setting the tone in a rural mining town on a reservation. The mine is supposed to close down, then a casino is supposed to be built, but wait now there is a satanic gang running around killing people and Edward Furlong who has lost a considerable amount of charisma is an outsider white dude who supposedly killed someone but is in love with a Native girl and they end up getting tied up and killed as the victim of a satanic ritual that is so bad that the crow brings Edward Furlong back to life so he can kill all of them. The bad guys are a multi-ethnic group led by a guy who at one point tries and SPOILER ALERT succeeds at actually becoming the devil. There's a peyote scene that was reminiscent of the acid tripping scene in Around the Fire. Then, a bunch of people get killed, the Satanists look for a virgin so the main dude can be the devil, and end up at the satanic pimp's satanic church/brothel, perform a satanic wedding that is conducted by Dennis Hopper in what must be some of THE WORST dialog ever written for film. They try to kill the bird but SPOILER ALERT Danny Trejo takes his shirt off and performs a quasi Native American healing dance to bring the bird back to life, and then it helps Edward Furlong kill everyone. I'd like to go in to detail about how tying The Crow in with Native American Raven mythology could have worked, and how there were parts that showed potential, but I'll stop here. This movie really sucked.

Anthony I (it) wrote: Are you confused? or disturbed? or paranoid? or turned on? or all of the above? If you've answered "All of the above", congratulations, you've had a terrific David Lynch experience. Lost Highway isn't one of Lynch's better known films. Perhaps its not as whimsically demented as Eraserhead or as nightmarish as Blue Velvet. But PLEASE don't let this one pass you by. This is a terrific mind-bender. This movie creeps you out in the best ways Lynch can. He leaves us hanging with a few mysterious characters, all of whom not knowing who they are, and more importantly, not knowing what they're doing. At the picture's end, we still don't know.. but we've enjoyed the wild ride while it lasted. Terrific performances abound. Patricia Arquette is at her best here, I definitely got an Alabama Whitman vibe here. The cameos are the best. An insane Robert Loggia, a strangely subdued Gary Busey. Legendary comedian Richard Pryor given merely (and I'm not joking) a minute of screen time.. and he kills it. But the best part, and undoubtedly the creepiest character and element of this picture is Robert Blake. Terrifying is a word that appropriately describes him here. It doesn't help that he's Robert Blake either.

Eric C (gb) wrote: I watched this in anticipation of my upcoming Vegas trip. I consider this movie a fair portrayal of the milieu and psyche of this city. Yes, I use big words.

Shaun K L (ca) wrote: what a powerful, up lifting and real film. I felt there was a really great story there i liked how the film focused on the two different characters and there different story's which in the end become one story. All the actors where really good especially the late great Patrick Swayze and Om Puri. It just shows how there are a lot of people in need around the world and how lucky we are to live in Austarlia. Inspiring but a little hard to watch it was so real that it was like watchin a doco rather than a film which gave the film something different I think that is the most important thimng in life to help people in need rather tahn just focusing on ourself's in saying that this type of work in the film is not for everyone. Find out how you can help people and do it.

Mohammed A (nl) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Noname (gb) wrote: A fair drama movie with Halle Berry and Benicio Del Tero. The movie follows the story of a tragedy in a family and had a quite good story overall i thought but felt a bit slow sometimes. Anyway this is not always my type of movies but fairly this time.