Vienna, 1906. A passionate love story develops between Franz Lobheiner (Alain Delon) and the young Christine (Romy Schneider). Lobheiner is, however, currently seeing the married Baroness von Eggersdorf. Upon learning of his wife's infidelity, the Baron von Eggersdorf provokes a duel with Lobheiner. But the former is no longer a real threat to the Baron. Lobheiner is now passionately in love with Christine. How will this love quartet end? Written by GMeleJr

Vienna, 1906. A passionate love story develops between Franz Lobheiner (Alain Delon) and the young Christine (Romy Schneider). Lobheiner is, however, currently seeing the married Baroness ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Ernest C (gb) wrote: This film is aimed at those who paid/would pay money to see the concert live and again to see what was filmed on screened. Those who want to do so, poppy songs, intercut inspirational stories and all, know what they are going to get, and so does anyone not interested.

Alejandra A (ru) wrote: hiro!!!!!! haruma-sama !!!! I lov u (L haha

Ruth B (mx) wrote: I don't know how I stumbled upon this movie, maybe because I like Brendan Fraser, so I thought I'd give it a chance. This movie is refreshing because it's not like all the others, but still gives you hope that fate and true love and destiny all exist.

Michael T (es) wrote: This 1991 film is set in the near future (1996) and has some Sci-Fi elements and predictions that didn't come true (a second major international airport in L.A. County located in Burbank). The film was not a great success. Its not a bad little action flick with Rourke playing "Harley Davidson" a bad-ass biker and Don Johnson playing the "Marlboro Man" a former rodeo cowboy with dilapidated boots. When greedy bankers try to foreclose on their favorite bar, our heroes and their buddies rob an armored truck to try and pay off the bank; they plan on robbing the bank in question. Instead of cash, they get a shipment of high-tech drugs and are being chased by a squad of ice-cold assassins wearing long Kevlar-laced trench coats, wielding Austrian Steyr AUG assault rifles, and being led by Daniel Baldwin. Rourke is good at the begging of a fallow period that saw him retreat from movies and stop getting leading man roles; Johnson is an underrated actor and puts in a credible performance here. Its diverting and their are lots of performers who went on to bigger things in the 1990s (Baldwin, Vanessa Williams, Tia Carrere, Tom Sizemore, etc.). The soundtrack is 1980s Hair Metal which was still very popular at the time; after this movie's summer release in the Fall of 1991, Nirvanna would release Nevermind and the Hair Bands of the 1980s would soon disappear in a wave of Grunge.

Knox M (fr) wrote: The greatest film ever made as far as I'm concerned.

Jonathan P (it) wrote: Brilliance by Rod Stieger makes No Way To Treat a Lady a must see for fans of black and white suspense. Steiger plays his role to perfection but Even without his presence the film flows smoothly and captivates the viewer.

Kelly S (de) wrote: Kim Stanley is absolutley brilliant in this. She lost the Oscar to Julie Andrews (for Mary Poppins) and, if you ask me, she was robbed.

Dave J (jp) wrote: Wednesday, September 12, 2012 (1952) Umberto D. (In Italian with English subtitles) DRAMA/ SOCIAL COMMENTARY/ NEO-REALIST To the average viewer it's long, boring and plotless but to others it's the reflection about how it used to be during that particular "Neo-realist" time and that was Italy as it used to be. Upon seeing it almost seemed like a continuation of Vittorio De Sica's other hit "The Bicycle Thief"/ "The Bicycle Thieves" made in 1948 except that instead of a young man, we are taken under the wing of an elderly person and his name is Umberto Domenico Ferrari playing with a "subtley" performance by Carlo Battisti hence the title. He's living with his pension renting from a landlady who appears to overcharge him as opposed to living somewhere else- it is obvious to the audience that she's doing anything she can to get rid of him but as a result of his pride he stands firmly tall refusing to move anywhere else, and also because he's stayed their for a long time and it may not be easy to just live somewhere else. It is evident that he needs money and throughout the film we the audience get to witness Umberto's daily life as he struggles takes us day to day, and it is not the most appealing for at times it's hard to sympathize with him if he doesn't want to adapt, for instance theirs a scene somewhere during the film where upon looking at a successful begger and he contemplates trying it but decides that he is way too proud and makes his dog Filip to do it instead ducking somewhere and instructing him to hold up his hat but of course fails. One other point is that they're alot of "nuances" that will not be apparent to first time movie watchers, but demands repeated viewings to all others because they're plenty. It is said to be the director Vittorio De Sica's personal favorite film he's ever made since the movie's title Umberto is really his father's name and it was his dad that encouraged him to make it as well. The Italian government at the time even refused to be shown overseas since he almost felt that it was personal attack on him and the rules that's been laid out. 3 out of 4

Adam R (es) wrote: A disappointment as I enjoyed the first movie. A bad sequel that is poorly acted and poorly written. Unbelievably long too considering how boring it was. (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)

Conrad S (gb) wrote: This film is not good: it loses all of the charm of the original by having superman turn bad halfway through. The comedy is incredibly underwhelming, and I don't really understand why Richard Pryor isn't funny. The story is rehashed, and the villains are just Lex's gang two. The effects are somehow worse than the first one, and this film is the perfect definition of jumping the shark. However I still enjoyed it. It really well reflects the silver age superman, and is the most comic book like comic book movie i've ever seen, and Lana Lang is a far more interesting character than lois lane. Anyway, the worst is yet to come.