Screenwriter Paul Javal's marriage to his wife Camille disintegrates during a film production as she spends time with its producer.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:103 minutes
  • Release:1963
  • Language:French,English,German,Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,   wig,   italy,  

Paul Javal is a writer who is hired to make a script for a new movie about Ulysses more commercial, which is to be directed by Fritz Lang and produced by Jeremy Prokosch. But because he let... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Reina B (ag) wrote: Well developed characters and touching story. It truly highlighted the era and one woman's undying strength and service to others. Merkerson was spectacular along with so many others of the cast. Great ensemble.

David L (it) wrote: Over the Hedge has a forgettable animation, somewhat annoying approach at times and the humor can be off-putting, but it is also funny at times, the characters are quite well developed, the action is solid and the overall story, although predictable and familiar, is still very entertaining and at times even endearing to watch with some nice dramatic moments as well. It is definitely an underappreciated DreamWorks movie.

Kandi O (au) wrote: the most awesome vampire movie ever

Private U (mx) wrote: So not worth it! I only saw this because of Tom Berenger and oh boy was I disappointed.

Teddy G (gb) wrote: Very funny satire which pokes fun of both sides of the abortion debate. Laura Dern gives a wonderful performance

kendall p (it) wrote: Great comedy western! James Garner does well in this movie, the character is similar to his role of Bret Maverick in the Maverick tv show

Steve M (au) wrote: Wandering hero Maciste (Morris) leads his people from their volcano-ravaged homeland to another island where they find themselves in the middle of a civil war. Machiste takes up the battle of the kindhearted and babe-alicious Queen Amoa (Brown) against the evil pretender to her throne (Bentic) and his headhunting mercenaries, all in the interest of peace and finding a new home of this people. "Colossus and the Headhunters" is a low-budget fantasy film that is several different shades of bad. The cheapness wafts from every frame, the acting is horrendous (both on the part of the original actors and the voice actors who did the English-language dub), and the script drags on and on, turning even what should be exciting battle- and chase-scenes into excrutiating tests of the viewers patience. The one well-done thing is the costume designs of the three different cultures featured in the film--Machiste's people, the kingdom dealing with the cival war, and the headhunters. Each culture has a distinct look to it, and some level of thought and care went into their visual creation. (Although even this isn't perfect. Were their two civilizations on Machiste's original home island, because the people he leads to safety are your garden variety, Sword & Sandel, psuedo-Greek/Mediterreanian in costuming and armaments... yet most of the people we see feeling from earthquakes and falling boulders as the island is consumed by the volcanic eruptions are fur-clad, sharpened-stick and stone-axe weilding cavemen! Were the filmmakers trying to establish that this was happening in ancient times, or was this film SO cheap that the opening scenes were mostly culled from some other, completely unrelated film? I don't care enough to do the research, but if someone knows, please use the "Comment" feature to enlighten me. There is one reason to see this movie, one VERY good reason. It features one of the most unintentionally hilarious scenes ever put on film. Run the movie while you're reading a book or cleaning, but start paying attention when the villian is forcing Queen Amoa to marry him... and watch in awe-struck disbelief (and through eventual tears of laughter) as the handmaiden throws off her cloak and performs a wedding dance like none you've ever seen. That dance alone earns this film a full Tomato! A severely edited version of "Colossus and the Headhunters" might be great addition to a Bad Movie Night, but, despite hilarious bits like the wedding dance, there are too many drawn out, boring sections to make it worth while. (It's interesting to me that, despite the American title, there is no character in the film named "Colossus". What was the aversion to using the name Maciste in titles when these films were imported? Would "Colossus" reallly attract that many more viewers than "Maciste"? I suspect "Headhunters" was a bigger draw, and youd get the same audience if it had been called "Big Gay Al and the Headhunters" or "PeeWee and the Headhunters".) Colossus and the Headhunters (aka "Maciste vs. the Headhunters") Starring: Kirk Morris, Laura Brown, Frank Leroy, Alfredo Zammi, and Demeter Bentic Director: Guido Malatesta

Daniel P (ru) wrote: Magic realism works surprisingly well alongside "everyday life" in this drama which focuses on the interweaving of four Iranian women in 1953 - the year of the US/British coup d'etat. Complex but approachable, the film deftly tackles feminist, religious and political themes in an assured evocation of period. Excellent performances from the four lead actors.

Sherhan M (us) wrote: Very predictable,over done,over clichd, nothing unique,bad storyline,waste of time and money. Only thing good about is staring at the girls

Adam T (au) wrote: Eva Green is a French actress who is both stunningly gorgeous and a talented performer. The sight of this beautiful woman in classy silk blouses in a potentially interesting movie led me to grab it from the rental shelf but I cannot say that as a film it lived up to any other promise (particularly in the story department). However, I am open to watching it again, and again..and again...