A twenty minute documentary about the two smallest French villages. Then, Paris, 1960s. Two girls named Brigitte from the two villages share an apartment and study at the Sorbonne. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Brigitte et Brigitte
A twenty minute documentary about the two smallest French villages. Then, Paris, 1960s. Two girls named Brigitte from the two villages share an apartment and study at the Sorbonne.
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Stephanie C (ag) wrote: I just don't like it when they don't use the same voices in this one....
Chandra R (br) wrote: not even worth half the star!
chad g (kr) wrote: This flic moves quietly forward at a steady pace. Pretty well acted too. Worth a look.
Cheryl L (ag) wrote: Really funny movie. Different storyline and not totally predictable.
Grace D (mx) wrote: There are no limitations on having faith.
Bengt W (nl) wrote: Egentligen inte alls den hjltebiografi man vntar sig, utan mer en skildring av ett apokalyptiskt tillstnd, med tyngpunkten p uppgivenhet, desperation och galenskap. P mnga stt en konstnrlig bragd, men vl diffus ur det historiska perspektivet. Slutresultatet str och vger.
Scott S (ca) wrote: Screwballs (1983) -- [6.0] -- "Screwballs" and others of its ilk were one of few ways a teenager could hope to 'sneak a peek' in the pre-internet days. Today, boobs are just a mouse click away, and you don't have to be coy about it, either -- you can go right into the hard stuff. This makes it difficult for some to appreciate the teenage sex comedy, a genre that rose and fell (pun intended?) between 1980 and 1985. Roger Corman, ever the opportunist, tried to cash in on the craze with this Canadian co-production about five horny high school boys who make a pact to deflower Purity Busch, T&A High's last virgin. What sets "Screwballs" apart is its madcap tone. It's a wall-to-wall, unabashed cartoon farce that delivers more than its fair share of ridiculous scenarios, dirty jokes and prurient jiggles -- the Looney Tunes of sex comedies.
Jose Luis M (ag) wrote: Aburrido film , lo nico rescatable es Paul Newman.
Matt D (au) wrote: The energy of this mostly excellent espionage flick ebbs and flows in a way that keeps it from being a masterpiece but you gotta love a film that is 40 years old seemingly predicting world events of the past 10 years or so. Spooky stuff.'Three Days of the Condor' is shot beautifully with plenty of delicious little twists but poor Faye Dunaway is absolutely wasted in a thankless role that was clearly just beefed up (if you can call it that) for the sake of having a female lead.
Kevin M W (gb) wrote: Out on the dusty African plains a small group of British and Welsh soldiers stand pat to fight thousands of angry native types (imagine Custer winning The Little Big Horn) . Michael Caine's first up in the big leagues is a memorable actioner about resolve, courage and grit in the face of overwhelming odds. Released in 1964 it doesn't contain the blood orgy saturation we've come to expect of modern cinema (or even television for that matter!), nor is anyone human save the white people (and this despite long lingering opening shots of topless tribeswomen dancing! - National Geographic-style soft porn), but the thrills work nonetheless.
Duke D (ag) wrote: I know the effects are 53 years old but that didn't take away from the story at any rate! Somebody should do a remake of this classic!
Paul W (ru) wrote: The poorest remake since Taxi!A fantastic story based on "A Wednesday", one of my favourite films. Pity it was so poorly executed. Even Ben Kingsley failed to save this turkey.The acting was attrocious, the scripting poor and the less said about the music score, the better.Don't bother. Watch the original. It's much better.