Caligula's Hot Nights
In Augusta the emperor Caligula has a serious problem: he must demonstrate his manliness "coram populo" on the occasion of the feast of Priapus. But the Imperial young man is powerless and threatens a fool in front of the people who arrive in droves to watch the battle. To avoid this conflict, he goes to the professor Barnardus and attempts to hide out in his clinic.
- Stars:Carlo Colombo, Gastone Pescucci, Patrizia Webley, Enzo Monteduro, Silvio Noto, Cinzia Romanazzi, Fernando Cerulli, Armando Marra, Enzo Spitaleri, Red Martin, Mario Maranzana, Cha Landres, Elio De Blasi, Tom Felleghy, Mimmo Maggio,
- Director:Roberto Bianchi Montero,
- Writer:Piero Regnoli (story), Piero Regnoli (screenplay), Roberto Bianchi Montero (screenplay)
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(de) wrote: melissa joan Hart's character in drive me crazy was hilarious and very upbeat. Of course the plot could be easily predicted, but the flim was very interesting. I'm a Sabrina fan and can honestly say this comedy shows her expertise. For anyone with a snarky review, you shouldn't be so judgemental!
(us) wrote: Slice of Life / Romantic Comedy. It's a little choppy through the first half with the HUGE ensemble cast squared off in pairs. Contains a lot of the late 90's AIDS hysteria.
(es) wrote: Despite a weaker 2nd half than the 1st. This is still a movie that absolutely holds up to today's standards and is the measuring stick every war movie is measured to.It's unflinching portrayal of violence and chaos of war more or less drives the film over a rather ho-hum actual plot.If there's a movie that deserves to be seen on the big screen to truly experience it. This is that movie.
(fr) wrote: Some of the acting is a bit shabby but its an Awesome Look into the world of a Graffiti artist! (This is about as close as it gets!)
(kr) wrote: extremely bizarre funny
(fr) wrote: Ray is at the very top of my 'Favorite Filmmakers' list and this is his very best. The film is based on a Tagore novel; it's about a middle-aged intellectual, Bhupati, and his much younger cultured and erudite wife, Charulata. Bhupati is distracted by his political and social work and neglects Charulata out of carelessness. Along comes Bhupati's younger cousin, Amal, who shares the same interests in the arts, in literature and in poetry, as Charulata. Bhupati asks Amal to stay and spend some time with his lonely wife for whom he cannot make much time -- the stage is then set for a film that is restrained, nuanced, elegant, and inevitably tragic.
(es) wrote: I really admire this movie... and Montgomery Clift... *swoon*
(nl) wrote: The classics are always so great. I loved the themes and how they play out to the resolution.
(es) wrote: I love this character but this film is light on substance and long on pretense.
(au) wrote: Dinosaur fight scenes were over the top but what else do u expect from a huge blockbuster? There is no way Bryce Dallas Howard wore those high heels through the whole movie either that was total BS. Everything involving the raptors was total dumb too but atleast their acting wasn't all that bad. The best part was probably the people being picked off by the Pterodactyls. Overall it was pretty good, not amazing and not terrible