Décalages, c'est le titre de son premier one man show. Il retrace son parcours depuis le départ du Maroc, en passant par Montréal et finissant en France où il se forme au cours Florent. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Chris G (ru) wrote: Filled with gritty action and chilling visuals, the film is elevated by letting all of this fall to the side to allow the film to focus on the charismatic performances of Pena and Gyllenhaal and their chemistry.
PJ E (kr) wrote: A film that tries to show an underdog rising above all odds by glossing over the odds in favor for a lame relationship drama.
Carlos I (br) wrote: It is impressive how well these movies all interconnect into each other. It gets pretty complicated. If you didn't really care for the other Saw movies, there nothing really for you here. it's just more of the same.
Sonia C (au) wrote: best movie evahh!!!!
KAMBIZ S (gb) wrote: Swades is an indian movie in the general definition, same formula, a girl, a guy, girl opposes the guy, guy understands was wrong about something, he becomes a hero and everybody is happy.
David C (au) wrote: One of my favorite movies
James T (br) wrote: Until last night, I had never heard of this movie. Thanks Adam. While we started it last night, attention span wasn't there and I finished it this morning. Well, "not bad". One of those early 90's erotic thrillers, where very young girls get into a bit too much naughty trouble. It isn't anywhere near as raunchy as Drew Barrymore's comeback movie, "POISON IVY" (a personal favorite of mine)... but for a PG-13 teen, fatal attraction, a la Alicia Silverstone in "THE CRUSH", "Lisa" ain't that bad. It could def. use some more thrills and suspense... but overall it is a well-made movie, that displays some good character dynamics, acting, and attention to detail.... a well-done Lifetime/USA network thriller of the week.......
Danny J (gb) wrote: They need to release this film on DVD! It's magnificent!
Tracy B (us) wrote: Absolute bottom of the cinema barrel. Reeks of absolute incompetence.
Amanda M (es) wrote: OK, maybe not as good as the 1st movie, but definitely more hilarious. Buddy Ebsen and Fess Parker are amazing together.
AJ S (ag) wrote: There is a difference between creating sharp comedy and administering inconsiderate jokes at others' expense. The latter seems to be the case for the creators of ??In Old Arizona,?? which supplies a long list of misogynistic and sadistic undertones ?? and some not so concealed connotations at that. The film is shamelessly politically incorrect by depicting a love triangle linking a soldier, bandit, and gold digger seen in the form of a plotting Mexican woman. Typically, it would not be difficult to guess who the antagonist of this situation is, but ?? when not electing all three as candidates ?? here it is the woman who appears to have a heart cold as ice. Along with her ruthless motivation, the plot fails to make anything quite clear, provide any logical explanations, or create relatable characters. Furthermore, the production, although technically surprising at times, feels rushed and disregarded from camera composition to sound recording. As such, the story does come to the forefront, yet there is little of such to be had as previously mentioned. Usual exceptions, when considering the year of production, do not apply here as ??Arizona?? is, simply, too mean-spirited in content to be abdicated of its sins.
Jack R (mx) wrote: I'm here to chew bubblegum and kick ass. And i'm all outta bubblegum.