Coupe de Ville
Meet the Libner brothers: Marvin (Daniel Stern), the oldest, is a sergeant in the U.S. Air Force. Buddy (Arye Gross), the middle child, is a timid dreamer. Bobby (Patrick Dempsey), the youngest, is a handsome rebel in reform school. As kids, they fought a lot and as adults, they barely speak. In the summer of 1963, their tough and eccentric father, Fred (Alan Arkin), gives them a task: to bring a 1954 Cadillac, bought for their mother, Betty (Rita Taggart), from Detroit to Miami. As the trip goes on, the three brothers fight and begin to reconnect with each other, while trying to keep the Caddy in mint condition.
- Stars:Patrick Dempsey, Arye Gross, Daniel Stern, Annabeth Gish, Rita Taggart, Joseph Bologna, Alan Arkin, James Gammon, Ray Lykins, Chris Lombardi, Josh Segal, John Considine, Steve Boles, Don Tilley, Terry Loughlin,
- Director:Joe Roth,
- Writer:Mike Binder
Three brothers, a sergeant, a troublemaker and a dreamer meet for the first time in five years. They have met to drive home a car their father bought for their mother's 50th birthday. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Coupe de Ville torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Romantic drama with a fresh, albeit unusual setting, however it's the sincere performances that make this a joy.
(it) wrote: Toda una buena idea echada al traste por su soporifero desarrollo y aburridos personajes.
(de) wrote: Great actors....wondering plot...you like nobody in the film but the dead guy. No point to this movie at all...very depressing and the lighting was not always the best..but then again, when they got the lighting right....wow.
(it) wrote: A subdued comedy that gets funnier the more you watch it. The cast was pitch perfect.
(it) wrote: I would give it a five, but the awkward red-head knocked it down.
(ru) wrote: what a masterpiece, really cryed in the ending
(it) wrote: A lot of the story is not accurate but performances from Gary Oldman & David Hayman but it's Andrew Schofield as Johnny Rotten is freaking awesome.
(ru) wrote: It had funny parts in it
(ca) wrote: First rate model effects work by Derek Meddings, and a "Twilight Zone" type story. Roy Thinnes puts the paranoid intensity he displayed in "The Invaders" to good use here. If you liked the "UFO" tv series (which came after this) and/or the Anderson's other works, you'll love this. Just re released (2008) on DVD.
(fr) wrote: Mesperizing editing in places creates menace and perspective simulataneously. Establishes a genre feel but then moves way past any constraints with inventive flashbacks reminiscent of Kurasawa but with a harder less humane edge. More than a whiff of Hithcock as morality shifts along with the plot and the themes focus on the areas around crime rather than crime itself. Origins of sociopathy are presented as being in society as well as in the individual
(br) wrote: I'm beginning to wonder if Kirk Douglas ever gave a bad performance. If you only know him from Spartacus then you don't know what you're missing. His lesser known films, like Ace in the Hole, Champion, The Bad and the Beautiful, Paths of Glory, and Lonely are the Brave are a testament to his talent and his enormous contributions to the art of movie making.
(mx) wrote: no thanks not my thing
(mx) wrote: You just know when you're watching a classic!Tu le sais si tu regardes un vrai classique !