When café-owner from Chez Nous has financial problems, six ordinary regular customers organize a squat and steal a valuable necklace from a heavily guarded museum. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Chez Nous is a feel good comedy and the name of a cafe in the heart of Amsterdam that is on the brink of being closed.
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Grant S (gb) wrote: Decent, but uneven, Italian drama. A journalist/writer, Jep, turns 65 and starts to reminisce, plus ponder his life. What happens next is essentially several days in his life: his friends, interests and regrets.A movie which touches on many aspects of life: art, and how pretentious it can be, personal regret, friendship, finding meaning beauty in life. (The pretentiousness of art topic is examined with great hilarity in the scenes with the viaduct-head-butting performance artist - for me, the best passage of the movie. Quite ironic then that the movie also veers into pretentiousness from time to time).However, for all its good intentions and deeper meanings, the movie is quite uneven. There are scenes and moments of great profundity, emotion and/or humour, followed by scenes that add nothing and just seem to drag the story out. The movie is a roller-coaster ride of dullness and entertainment.Ultimately, quite watchable, with a good ending. It does require some perseverance though...Despite being far from perfect, The Great Beauty won Best Foreign Language Film at the 2014 Oscars. This despite the superb Danish film, Jagten/The Hunt, being nominated. The Hunt is a far better film. I guess the judges were sucked in by the Felliniesque style-over-substance and ode-to-Rome traits of The Great Beauty and felt obliged to give it the award. Would be sacrilegious to not give the award to a Fellini-like film...
Jacob K (us) wrote: Zoe Saldana was good, but the directing made me feel sick. Shaky cam, bad editing, I was actually getting a headache watching this. See something else
Akshay M (it) wrote: Elizabeth Olsen gives an outstanding debut performance. I was really impressed with her but Martha Marcy May Marlene could have been much better if story had been told decently. It was quite slow at times but overall it was a decent psychological drama.
Jack T (us) wrote: Engrossing straight to the end, this documentary explores the career of Lee Atwater, former RNC chairman and campaign manager for Reagan and Bush Sr. Will go down as one of the best political documentaries of all-time.
Paula L (ag) wrote: Lindo documentrio. Uma pea rara, esse Santiago...
Glenn H (jp) wrote: Simply, utterly hilarious!
Andrew A (jp) wrote: I absolutely loved it. One of the best Australian films ever (even though there isn't many.) it was a very odd film, but was still great. the acting of Noah Taylor (Danny) was terrific. 5 star
Private U (nl) wrote: I second the "LOVE IT" motion. Is a fantastic movie.
Chris J (nl) wrote: If goofy slapstick humor isn't your thing, best to stay far away. The Fat Boys rock!
Patrick F (ca) wrote: While it suffers a bit from "filmed play" problems, it's a damned good filmed play. Caine and Reeve are great, and the constant plot twists are a lot of fun.
Alex r (br) wrote: Akira Kuroswa crafts yet again another stunning, bold; epic that is Throne of Blood. Brilliantly acted and directed, the film features an intense atmosphere that elevates the story and is a stunning picture from start to finish. I really enjoy Kurosawa's Samurai films, and he brought something to the genre that made his work truly standout. Seven Samurai was his masterpiece, but Throne of Blood continues the tradition of telling a very good story set during the time of the Samurai. With tense atmosphere to really elevate the plot, Throne of Blood delivers a stunning film experience that captivates you from start to finish. Akira Kurosawa's always managed to tell sweeping stories with his films, and in doing so, he was able to make several highly entertaining and memorable pictures. The tone of the film is dark, and like Seven Samurai before it, unfolds steadily to really grab your attention with strong visuals and breathtaking set pieces. Overall this is a beautiful piece of cinema that wonderfully shot, and Kurosawa's always knew how to craft picture that used breathtaking cinematography to really elevate the film in a way that it needed to be. In the case of this film, the cinematography helps set the tone, atmosphere that is needed to tell such a story, and it makes for a truly engrossing and highly memorable picture that is sure to appeal to genre fans looking for bold, atmospheric and ultimately epic films that tell simple, yet good stories to really grab your attention. Thrones of Blood is yet another finely crafted epic from a director who has mastered the genre, and after this film, I am surprised that Kurosawa has always kept making consistent films. With that being said, he's one of the few filmmakers who has delivered time after time, and he never disappointed. Throne of Blood is a stunning film that is a must see.
Dave J (mx) wrote: Earlier movies centering on a mistreated housewife.
Alfredo S (it) wrote: Doom squanders the original games premise with ridiculous acting, unoriginal plot points, and unfaithfulness to its source material. Also RT consensus... please, this movie can also disappoint fans of the game.
Kevin W (es) wrote: Predicted rating: 4.5
Tyler V (mx) wrote: Really bad. I can't believe I wasted $1 to rent this. All copies need to be burned. There was one funny bingo scene though. Otherwise... yuck.
Patrick D (ca) wrote: Lots of shockingly ugly people in this documentary--makes me want to go to Sheffield.
Private U (au) wrote: 90s feel good classic