Lucas, Manu, Philippe, Jacob et Mario s'aiment depuis l'enfance. Ils ont du talent et de l'espoir. Ils rêvent de musique et de gloire. Leur groupe de rock, Lust, connaît un succès grandissant, mais les aspirations de chacun rendent incertain leur avenir commun. L'arrivée de Laura dans leur vie va bousculer un peu plus ce fragile équilibre.
- Stars:Marc-André Grondin, Arthur Dupont, Elisa Sednaoui, Géraldine Pailhas, François Civil, Jules Pélissier, Abraham Belaga, Karole Rocher, Dominique Reymond, Naomi Greene, Noémie Lvovsky, Solange Najman, Agathe Bonitzer, Xavier Pottier, Zara Prassinot,
- Director:Christopher Thompson,
- Writer:Christopher Thompson (scenario and adaptation), Thierry Klifa (scenario and adaptation), Christopher Thompson (dialogue)
A comedy that follows the break-up of a French rock group. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: Gives me hope that Sci-fi can still generate compelling ideas!
(kr) wrote: A movie I respect more than I actually like. The first half has Toback using his camera in a totally free-wheeling way- and his actors speak overwritten dialog like it's a screwball comedy, a lessor one- and it gets distracting... but the same style that doesn't work in the first part, jagged and off-kilter, works great for the second half when it becomes a kind of acid-trip comedy. You almost expect Adrian Grenier to go "Free lunch, final wisdom, total coverage!"
(gb) wrote: I watched this on YouTube out of boredom and it was not that good. I grew bored of it and almost fell asleep. The movie was very basic and predictable.
(jp) wrote: Dumbest golf movie ever.
(fr) wrote: I LOVED this movie when I was a kid. I couldn't even tell you how many times I saw it. Bridgette Anderson was so adorable.
(ag) wrote: Classic ! I'TS JUST GREAT
(au) wrote: Well-written and deftly directed, Atlantic City takes a spin on the romance genre and boasts strong performances from Burt Lancaster and Susan Sarandon.
(au) wrote: I might have felt like the whitest girl alive while I was watching it, but it sure was entertaining.Even without great music (especially the Bar-Kays and Rufus Thomas), this movie would be fun; just to see the fabulous clothes and hair in the audience was a thrill. And you could take every single one of this year's American Idol contestants put together and they wouldn't have the charisma of Isaac Hayes' big toe.
(gb) wrote: Edward Arnold comes through again, this time as the legendary Daniel Webster, a lawyer and statesman who seemed more myth than man. Unfortunately, the bulk of the movie is about Jabez Stone, a simple farmer with a deep voice who likes to say "consarnit!" alot (and I do mean alot). Early in the movie, he makes a deal with the devil to become wealthy and have good fortune, and from that point on, we're shown the evils that money brings. Anne Shirley is the really beautiful actress playing his wife Mary, and Jane Darwell (Ma Joad from "the Grapes of Wrath") plays his loudly concerned mother. There's very little in the way of character development going on, outside of the typical 1940s hayseed dialogue (at one point, one of the characters cringe-inducingly says to another "that's mighty white of you"). Perhaps the only element with any sort of shocking undertone was the character "Belle" (as played by Simone Simon). As the devil's seductress, she basically kicks the wife out of the house and steals her son away. Jabez even builds a mansion just for her. Surely risque business for the 40s. It's not until the last 20 minutes that Daniel Webster and the devil actually duke it out, and it's a little anti-climactic at that. On the plus side, there's some outstanding direction and use of lense-smudging to create an eerie effect on the "jury of the damned". In spite of some corny cheesiness, it's still a worthy classic.
(it) wrote: A middle aged pyro who was abused as a child quickly learns the bright side of his mother's death. He can now play disco records loud and jump on furniture. He also builds a fireproof room to burn women he lures to his house with a flamethrower.