After a bull is killed in a bullfight, its body parts are transported across Spain, France, Italy and Belgium. The bull's parts fall into the wide variety of people, including: an Italian actress selling the bones in a supermarket promotion, a Spanish woman who dines on its steaks, a little girl in France who imagines a world where animals are much larger than humans, and a taxidermist whose wife is simultaneously giving birth to quintuplets.
- Stars:Chiara Mastroianni, Ángela Molina, Lio, Lucia Sanchez, Esther Gorintin, Maryline Even, Clovis Cornillac, Jacques Gamblin, Féodor Atkine, Bernard Sens, Pascal Bongard, Raphaëlle Molinier, Julien Lescarret, Juliette Noureddine, Luc Delhumeau,
- Country:France, Belgium, Spain, Switzerland
- Director:Delphine Gleize,
- Writer:Delphine Gleize
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(jp) wrote: very depressing and all over the place
(ru) wrote: A kind of strange mix between an action film and a comedy, that is neither thrilling nor funny.
(ag) wrote: First of all, it was a perfect performance from Andy Garcia! How extra-ordinary could be a life of a painter/artist is answered in the movie. However, the relation between the artists is yet another interesting and extra-ordinary; imagine they were having words with each other and driving each other crazy in one scene, in another they were buddies and kidding with each other; replace themselves of each other :) Moreover, soundtracks were excellent, too; Ode to Innocence, Angie ... etc by Sasha Lazard. To sum up, one of the greatest movies among i have seen lately , so passionate !
(nl) wrote: a poor indian remake of Devil's Advocate
(ca) wrote: I want to contradict myself by accident, and for you to know what I mean... This film, which really isn't a movie as such, more a feeling of mood with snatches of conversation, is definitely going to be something of an acquired taste. Directed by Ethan Hawke, the film shifts focus between the various occupants of the Chelsea Hotel in New York (which in the past has been inhabited by various famous poets, authors and artists, from Tennessee Williams to Bob Dylan). There's very little in the way of narrative or story, we just catch glimpses of peoples feelings, thoughts, hopes and doubts. There isn't a sudden understanding at the end of the film, and the various peoples lives don't suddenly connect or clash. The way it's filmed stops everything from feeling pretentious, or too much like a vanity project (which it undoubtedly is). In fact the way it's filmed (on digital video) - the dreamy, 'hypnoticness' of it - was what sucked me in and made me feel a part of it. The photography from Tom Richmond is beautiful in places. Ethan Hawke has managed to assemble a sprawling cast, some of whom are very talented indeed, presumably all working for scale. Among them are Vincent D'Onofrio, Rosario Dawson, Steve Zahn and Uma Thurman, but the two best performances come from Robert Sean Leonard and Kris Kristofferson. I watched this late at night when I was slightly sleepy, which is probably the best way to see this film. Cautiously recommended.
(au) wrote: With a plentiful amount of laughs, Nine Months delivers an ensemble cast of solid entertaining performances including Hugh Grant, Julianne Moore, Tom Arnold and Jeff Goldblum.
(ag) wrote: A surprisingly mixed bag from director Ridley Scott. I truly don't see Scott's signature on this one. The musical score from Vangelis is overbearing throughout and almost unforgivable. I can see it being appreciated on its own, but within the film, it just distracted me over and over and made me want to turn it off. Very disappointed in the casting choices and the writing. There was such great potential for a great movie in this story, but it was completely lost.
(jp) wrote: loved john cleese in this one.. cant believe Chapmans gay.. then again its obvious lol
(mx) wrote: kool as man dis movie rulzzz
(de) wrote: Released in the waning days of WW2 and clearly aimed at home front morale, the film feels tired despite good performances from the cast and epecially Anthony Quinn who almost steals the show from John Wayne. The film briefly addresses the Fillipino plight against Spanish, American and Japanese Imperialism regarding the Philipines and I suppose looking at the film from 70+ years later the moral of the story is "It's better to deal with the devil you know then the one you don't."
(jp) wrote: Dark Angel or I Come in Peace as I always knew it, is some fantastic B grade scifi action fun.The idea that some alien dude would come to Earth, steal some drugs, then use those drugs to get humans high JUST so that he could then extract stuff from their body which is considered an uber drug where he comes from... is so out there... that it's believable. Ever since this movie, should anyone come near me and say I Come in Peace... I shoot 'em on site. I'm not taking any chances.
(jp) wrote: Mortdecai (2015)Starring: Johnny Depp, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ewan McGregor, Olivia Munn, Jeff Goldblum, Paul Bettany, Johnathan Pasvolsky, Michael Culkin, Ulrich Thomsen, Alec UtgoffDirected By:David KoeppReviewOkay first of all this movie is rated R and I have no freaking clue as to why, but who is this movie for I mean it bombed at the box office. It's about Johnny Depp is playing yet another eccentric strange person (shocker) and he's some art guy,he's super rich but he owes so much money in taxes then Ewan McGregor hires him to find this stolen painting and there working together and his wife is played by Gwynteth Paltrow and theirs some love triangle between the three even though its not really. She won't kiss her husband because of some stupid mustache gag that plagues the movie.Johnny Depp bombs every line he tries because he's not likable the characters are not likable which leads to bad performances from just about everyone who for some reason is in this thing. I mean I miss the good old Johnny Depp but his films are becoming a bit pretentious lately and horrible just really horrible, I mean come on man.I mean it gets worse every time he's playing these eccentric strange people. I have no idea what Ewan McGregor is doing here I mean the guy is such a talent and in this he's just not funny. Paul Bettany plays Mortdeci's servant and all he does is be like "yes sir, I'm fine sir, you shot me sir." it's really annoying. Gwyneth Paltrow and Olivia Munn yeah their fun to look at but I have to say their wasted and I did not find them funny or enjoyable.This movie just sucks balls, it's already a little worse for me then Taken 3 and Blackhat which I also hated and this film can just be flushed down the toilet. I'm giving Mortdeci a half out of five.
(de) wrote: Despite starring Queen Latifah and Jimmy Fallon, "Taxi" contains little laughs and falls flat of being a worthy remake.
(ca) wrote: The film and the animation is so ugly, I'd rather watch real squirrels breaking into a nut vault than this.