Cyrano de Bergerac
Embarrassed by his large nose, a romantic poet/soldier romances his cousin by proxy.
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Carlos M (ag) wrote: A sweet and harmless animation that is surprisingly grounded in reality without the fantasy seen in the works of Hayao Miyazaki (who wrote the story), and it benefits from a lighthearted humor and tender nostalgia, even with a rather silly conflict that ends in a not-very-inspired way.
Jason A (jp) wrote: Quite entertaining documentary about the very wild ride that is Ozzy Osbourne's life, from his childhood to Black Sabbath, his solo career, "The Osbournes" and up to today.
Jason M (de) wrote: Terrific Iranian movie from the director of Turtles Can Fly and A Time For Drunken Horses. This would be Iran's 99% for sure.
I dont know w (fr) wrote: I'll probably just be wasting my time watching this.
Russ B (mx) wrote: 8/12/2012:Pretty damn funny. Not for those that are easlily offended.
Benon D (br) wrote: A little confusing in mid story, but as his memory coincides with the present, the ending is very fulfilling.
Eduardo S (es) wrote: muy linda pelcula! buena msica tambi (C)n
Abigail R (de) wrote: It's pretty ordinary, and for me I only watched it as a big fan of Bruce Willis. If it had any other actor in his place I'd give it one star. Didn't quite get there plot wise but overall I found it watchable.
Christie B (br) wrote: I will have to watch it again, but I remember it was good and had some really funny parts.
Paul J (es) wrote: This notorious nasty from Belgium was a lost film for decades, only distributed amongst the "grey market". It's the filmmaker's directorial debut and he never directed another movie again. It's notable for being the first film to show necrophilia in a disgusting and graphic manner (German cult-hit Nekromantik followed shortly). There's nothing pleasant about this ugly little film. The director's cut is just over 60 minutes and there are moments as assaulting as Last House on Dead End Street. What I mean by assaulting is they test your patience. This would make the ultimate double-bill with Korine's Trash Humpers. Simply put: Terrible.
Easton K (nl) wrote: Honestly, I don't know what I don't like about this movie. This has to be my favorite of the series. A nice twist, great suspense, and amazingly great direction. This is a must-see for any Eastwood fan who is looking for a great, fun watch.
Benjamin W (ag) wrote: Some of the most horrifying images I've ever seen . . . and to think that humans purposely did this to other humans is truly nauseating . . .
David S (ag) wrote: Fun little Paramount mystery-comedy. Substitute a farmhouse for a mansion, and you're there!
Keira R (gb) wrote: Definitely dug deep into the MGM vault w/ this one...an all-star cast w/ the likes of Greta Garbo, Lionel AND John Barrymore, Wallace Beery & Joan Crawford, beautifully acted by all. I confess I wasn't paying attn to every detail in the film, but you don't have to. You'll know what happens. Greta Garbo was HOT! Seriously. John Barrymore was 'Clark Gable-like' handsome...Joan Crawford was cheery (I know, I don't think anyone ever said that about Crawford), but she was. I liked her character the best. Several stories were taking place at the 'Grand Hotel' -- Garbo's a temperamental principal dancer who falls for John Barrymore's "Baron." Joan Crawford's "stenographer" character befriends an accountant down on his luck (Lionel Barrymore) & Wallace Beery's character, a magnate going for his last hoorah...the last line of the film is great: "Grand Hotel, where nothing ever really happens."
Shane D (gb) wrote: Definitely has a strong early Raimi feel to it, but ultimately, it's too thick with caricature and OTT performances for me.