Mickael's family is struggling (they don't have enough money to pay for hot water) however his life is full with Judo and his girlfriend Venessa. Then Mickael makes a decision to open up his relationship to include Clement his rich-kid Judo partner, starting a chain of events.
- Stars:Johan Libéreau, Salomé Stévenin, Florence Thomassin, Jean-Philippe Écoffey, Claire Nebout, Aurélien Recoing, Pierre Perrier, Denis Falgoux, Magali Woch, Camille Japy, Dominique Cabrera, Steve Tran, Olivier Dote-Doevi, Yoann Monjal, Benoît Bourse,
- Director:Antony Cordier,
- Writer:Antony Cordier, Julie Peyr (adaptation)
The story of three teenagers: a beautiful girl, Vanessa, and two boys, Mickael and Clement, one rich, one poor. The story of Mickael - judo fanatic and doomed lover - and his parents, both ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(jp) wrote: Worst Movie I have ever seen. Not a lot action.
(ag) wrote: An interesting movie -- Ed Harris is great as Beethoven, though I am not convinced by Kruger's character. Just the segment on the premiere of the 9th symphony makes this movie worth watching.
(de) wrote: Beautiful animation and music. Unfortunately lacking in the story department. Slow moving. Starts things but doesn't end them...but that's sort of a point made in the movie, I guess. I don't know. Despite it feeling like it was dragging the whole time, the animation and music alone make it engaging enough to watch.
(ag) wrote: I am a Highlander fan. I loved the first movie, I give the second at least a little more credit than most, even though yeah it was dumb. The Renegade version fixed some of that. I think the TV series was an incredible tribute to the original, and I even rather liked Endgame, even though I did have a few problems with it. I even have, and still wear on occasion, a 10th Anniversary Highlander Jacket.Highlander The Source is one of the biggest steaming piles of excrement I have ever put in my DVD player.It completely spat in the face of the original movies, warped all concepts of time and space, especially where planetary orbits are concerned - that's really pushing it for this kind of movie, WTF where those communication devices? Do you really expect us to like any of this? It looks like they bought the script off of an 8th grade fan fiction club and made the movie thinking it was good.Really, for such a great first movie and such an awesome TV series I would expect even a bad follow up to be three stars, not something to be compared to a made for TV creature feature.
(es) wrote: Three to Tango feels like an episode of a failing American sitcom it is simply not funny and just downright boring
(jp) wrote: a very good look at this portion of greek mythology.
(mx) wrote: crazy but funny.ian smith from australian neighbours and more .. amazing
(au) wrote: Now this is a blast from the past, a real shoulder-mounted retro cannon slug to the crotch. Back in 1990 Coltrane and Idle were probably two of the funniest and most popular guys in the UK alongside other greats of the BBC. One was an ex-Python, say no more, the other a British TV favourite and with some small notable movie roles under his belt. I don't really recall how well it did at the box office but I remember watching it often as a kid, and enjoying the heck out of it. It was one of those movies that was shown on TV pretty often, usually cut but a regular early evening flick none the less.The story centres on two petty crooks who work for this London gangster, the duo are fed up with robbing banks and basically being bad guys so they decide to leave their criminal employer. Unfortunately the mobster boss doesn't allow his employees to leave so he arranges to have them whacked after a heist for some cash (pinching it from Triads). The duo realise what will probably happen so they come up with a plan to double cross their employer and run off with the money to Brazil. The plan goes well getting the money but the pair end up hiding out in a nunnery whilst the heat dies down, biding their time for the perfect chance to make a dash for it. During all this, Eric Idle's character Brian (must be his favourite comedy name) becomes infatuated with a blonde which complicates matters (of course). Now maybe its me but I do think this British romp inspired the American hit 'Sister Act'. The entire rolling gag for this movie is basically seeing Idle and Coltrane in drag as nuns, a Laurel & Hardy pairing, one fat and one thin. Of course that is not the route the Whoopi Goldberg comedy went, but the premise of a person involved with criminals having to hide out with nuns and pretty much become one, is the same. The difference being this movie followed two blokes and its not as religious, if I can say that.Now I will say that both Idle and Coltrane do work well together in this movie. They both fit their roles of seedy London gangsters perfectly, they are both quite amusing and they both look good as nuns too. Idle of course has much experience of dressing in ladies attire and acting silly with a silly effeminate high pitched voice. Indeed he does this very well even though it does feel like we've seen this whole act by him before. Coltrane has that great bold, loud, cutting edge to his humour that comes across brilliantly with his Scottish accent, he always sounds like he's taking the piss which is funny. Here he is better than Idle in my view, he is funnier, sharper with dialog, he naturally looks more amusing in certain situations because of his size and he actually looks like a real woman dressed as a nun.The problem is the movie has highs and lows, but more boring lows. Much of the time we are watching people have conversations about the situation they are in, in between that we get some reasonably fast paced action but not a lot. What action we do see is, by today's standards, incredibly dated and cheesy looking, it doesn't help that the UK looked so damn quaint and charming back then too (look at the cars!!). The movie obviously didn't have a mega budget (it is an early Brit flick after all) and its pretty clear to see generally. That's not a bad thing, the low-key visuals do help the film feel more gritty and genuine but at the same time very cheap and tacky. Acting from the various other gangsters, Triads (merely filler in the story to be honest) and support cast are also somewhat primitive, at times at does feel like a homemade B-movie. The two cockney villains are definitely Richie/Vaughn type characters, again you can see influences there. Whilst the main boss is a real wet squib, God knows where they dug this guy up from with that horrific 90's hairdo, he looks like an annoying, pompous uni student you just wanna slap.The highlights come within the nunnery which isn't surprising really. The cast for the nuns are really very good and dish out some solid laughs. When watching these old dears its very clear to see how this movie influenced the Whoopi Goldberg flick, the characters are very similar. The sister Superior (Janet Suzman) is a typically calm, kind talking, no-nonsense leader, but with a delicious dry wit about her. Then you have the old warhorse of a nun that can't hear too well, is kinda grumpy and forgets things, the fat nun that likes a drink, and the priest that likes the ladies a bit too much. The main difference here is this movie is for adults only, yes you do see lots of young female nuns nude, perky breasts, tight buttocks, skimpy lingerie and some naughty swearing I believe. It is highly amusing when we see Idle and Coltrane conversing with the nuns about various things, in various situations, as they try to avoid duties, keep hold of their loot and generally live like women, with lots of women...in a nunnery. Yes it is all cliched and predictable these days but it still raises a smile.One other notable thing about this movie was the soundtrack that was provided by Swiss musicians Yello. The track was created years earlier but was prominently used in this movie throughout. It is a catchy oddball tune that does admittedly blend well with the madcap chase sequences.The film is a good laugh but it doesn't really deliver on all fronts. Considering the title suggests its all about nuns on the run, there actually isn't a whole lot of that. Plenty of running, slapstick, pratfalls and all-round tomfoolery sure, but not too much of that involves the nun side of it. You could of called it 'On the Run' and it still would have worked, although obviously not as catchy. Its more of a crime heist comedy which is fine but its a shame they didn't nail in more religious jabs, it really yearned for it. Maybe they were just playing it safe, I just feel this could of been much more riskier and funnier, especially with Idle and Coltrane on board. It is typically British with typically British gags, a (now) routinely rascally affair that's infantile and cheeky. Close to being a classic but misses the chance.
(au) wrote: the terrorist running away from a van and helicopter, then almost impossible to shoot from the helicopter."I think we got him, but he got away.""A contaminated man, of course, can infect other persons through breath, saliva, blood or any other body to body transmission."Why is there a blind dj named Blue Heart in this movie? "PEPPY SATAN!"The hotel, in a matter of hours, is completely overgrown by vines.waist deep pool chase by bald water zombies.Worst barricade ever.a lot of zombies are in the rafters and a zombie FIST FIGHT?
(it) wrote: if this movie didn't have boobies and hot girls working out .. it would have sucked ... actually it does suck.. the name alone draws attention to it but the acting and stupid plot and lame killings in between just make this a big waste of time
(gb) wrote: The most interesting and exciting story ever delivered through cinema, no doubt.
(au) wrote: fffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff
(au) wrote: a coming of age story that's too stylish, sentimental and shallow for me. it seems to me to be the product of a culture that sees itself has having arrived on the world stage and now looks back nostalgically to the days of its climb up the economic ladder. a similar thing happened in japanese cinema in the 60s & 70s with yakuza films that create sympathy for the gangster as being just a product of his times but nevertheless noble. this film is just a lot cliche and fancy editing. not the worst movie out there but too derivative and lacking in character development to recommend it to anyone.
(es) wrote: I thought this film was fantastic. Very funny, very well made and performed, but most of all just very well written.
(mx) wrote: Excellent western starring Marlon Brando on a quest to retrive stolen property from a band of renegade Mexicans holding an innocent Mexican village hostage.
(jp) wrote: Really enjoyed this movie.
(us) wrote: you_rin...ad story dsbliknye....i love it~
(fr) wrote: Never seen the TV series but thought we would give it a go - Loved it!