Delusions of Grandeur
Don Sallust (Louis de Funès) is minister of the King of Spain. It is a being disingenuous, hypocritical and greedy that collects the taxes himself, he turns in part to his advantage. He is hated by the people he oppresse.Accusé by Queen, a beautiful princess Bavarian, of having an illegitimate child to one of her maids of honor, he was stripped of his duties and ordered to retire to a monastery. Decided to revenge, it comes in contact with his nephew seducing Caesar ...
- Stars:Louis de Funès, Yves Montand, Alice Sapritch, Karin Schubert, Alberto de Mendoza, Don Jaime de Mora y Aragón, Eduardo Fajardo, Antonio Pica, Joaquín Solís, Venantino Venantini, Gabriele Tinti, Paul Préboist, Salvatore Borghese, Astrid Frank, Robert Le Béal,
- Country:France, Spain, Italy, West Germany
- Director:Gérard Oury,
- Writer:Gérard Oury, Danièle Thompson, Marcel Jullian
Don Salluste, a petty tyrant in his own home and minister of the King of Spain, falls from grace. Wanting revenge, he tries to compromize the Queen with his valet Blaze, introduced as his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Delusions of Grandeur torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Luke Evans' character is honestly a fascinating build, one of the most intriguing roles I've seen in recent memory. Unfortunately, that is more or less where the praise for No One Lives ends. The acting is a particularly low point.After a neat twist early on in the piece, the tone of the movie shifts, and is actually somewhat original, unfortunately, the movie lacks the cohesion required to truly get it off the ground.
(ru) wrote: This movie is kind of Hilarious, in a word is CRAZY. Mad and crazy but fun, Its kinf of entertaining campy gore, excessive but with the soul of the performance and the stage that gives to the overall product a very distinctive line. I also liked the photography and the tribute to precedent famous and infamous. Some greenscreen scenes are just awful but ull forget them because its a small funny gem of splatter. Awesome
(gb) wrote: This dude is Seriously Funny I enjoyed watching him perform Check it out
(ru) wrote: A tense, action packed, sci-fi film about a creature that invades human bodies. Okay the idea is nothing super new but its well executed. Roger Ebert was right by saying its a combo of "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" and "The Terminator" and that's fine since it has good acting to back it up. It would've been nice to see more of the creature itself, it only makes 2 full appearances and one partial appearance through out the film. "The Hidden" may not be the best sci-fi body invasion film but you certainly can't go wrong with it.
(us) wrote: this movie is soo funny :D
(nl) wrote: Everytime i see this movie, i like it more and more.
(jp) wrote: It's uninspired trash to be honest. it may claim to be the sequel to Blair Witch but it feels nothing like the original. the movie had potential to be interesting with a plot that often made you question what was going on , unfortunately this movie gave you far too many questions and about ZERO answers. It lacks the subtlety of the first Blair witch and isn't scary at all. Confusing, boring, and a complete waste of time, it's easily one of the worst movies I've ever seen.
(fr) wrote: Some,but not all of the tits were that great. One is all it gets. Plus Ross from friends is a gigantic pervert.
(kr) wrote: It's a shame this movie didn't get more publicity back in the 90s: it's well-acted, well-scripted, and has a pretty fresh concept in the form of what the goals of the Keaton character are. One of the fascinating mysteries of this film isn't so much who did it, but why? Why does Keaton carry on disrupting the couple's house, for money or a personal vendetta against happy homes? That is one of the intriguing elements of this movie. And Michael Keaton is perfect for this role as the troubled tenant. Matthew Modine and Melanie Griffith are also great in this, but it's really Griffith who steals the show: she is fantastic as the girlfriend of Modine who finally takes matters into her own hands, despite her limited knowledge of what Keaton is up to, as we are. Modine is rendered useless after not thinking with his head in how to deal with Keaton. This sets up a twisted dynamic where we see that it is actually Griffith who is the stable one, and Modine who can't keep it together.
(fr) wrote: It's difficult for me to score this one because it was made under circumstances that didn't really afford Cronenberg much leeway. Considering this disadvantage, I think he did a fine job. The concept is interesting, and while in general I felt that the actors performed well, some of the ideas are difficult to convey without the aid of dialogue. Everything is explained in the voiceovers but not consistently supported by the visuals. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone except serious Cronenberg fans.
(fr) wrote: A definate play on the sexual world of the French Bourgeois . I wouldn't necessarily regard this as Brunel's best work. Moreau was enjoyable, although this wasn't her best work either. However, I liked Brunel's choice of black & white, the direction was ok and the characters were great.
(nl) wrote: People are under-rating this movie bc of its title and the original show. How tf does that matter? "Bewitched" is a good comedy, who cares about the background or the aim? Movies are for entertainment.
(ru) wrote: Surprisingly, It's really not that bad. Nicholas Cage has degraded his name in Hollywood for the past few years after being an A-lister and Dying Of The Light is not quite the movie to change that yet, but it's definitely a step up towards redemption as it was a descent thriller.