Des gens qui s'embrassent

Des gens qui s'embrassent

Zef's dear wife dies in an accident just as Roni, his wealthy brother, marries his daughter. When the widower arrives with the coffin containing his wife's body right in the middle of the ...

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Joshua L (ag) wrote: Pretty dope action film

Steve R (nl) wrote: This was bad even by my standards. Poor acting and poorer effects. The best bit was Marc Singer's inredibly ham acting. He hasn't improved since Beastmaster.

Augustine H (nl) wrote: Baz Luhrmann is ambitious in creating the most stunning scenery shots since Out of Africa. Indeed, the effects are overwhelming but the story is weak, let alone memorable.

George C (ca) wrote: Not a fan of rappers in film and this lot confirms why. Still, I do love Albert Pyun and made this one more enjoyable watching it with his audio commentary. Dream like visuals highlight each shot of this Albert indie, with some interesting scenes throughout...

Robbie N (br) wrote: Definitely a good time, Adam Sandler has now ruined his career with films like "Jack and Jill" and "Grown Ups." This is the time when Sandler was a funny guy. Although the script is a bit shaky, it's a hell of good time, a side-splitter, and despite being stupid, it's still funny in it's own goofy way.

Zenia M (es) wrote: Another flashback Fave!!!! With house party 2,3 and 4 Lolol

Sherry L (mx) wrote: Doris Day plays a housewife Beverly Boyer, and a mother of two who gets an offer to "tell her story" in a commercial for Happy-soap. In the begining it just feels awkward for her but later it just comes natural for her to tell America how incredible Happy-soap is and why they should buy it. It makes success cause Day seems so natural and just doesn't belong to the same ole commercial actress- cathegory, cause she is just playing herself and her husband (James Garner) gets pissed off because she is never home and doesn't fix the meals on time anymore. Boyer finally gets so successful so she gets offered a contract; $80 000/year for continuing playing in commercials, but her husband doesn't approve so then she decides she shouldn't accept. So she ditches the contract and just before she was going to tell her husband, her husband tell her she should do it. Then she tells him she won't cause she loves him sooo much! Isn't it sweet? (ironic). It's no secret that I'm not a fan of Doris Day. I DO love The Man Who Knew Too Much, but I don't give much for the rest of her movies (and no, I don't like the comedies with her and Rock Hudson that much either). I just don't like her roles or the whole thing she stands for. But I DO like James Garner, who was great in The Great Escape among others. This movie has aged incredibly and would nowadays be a nice hate-object for the radical feminists. But neither do the jokes work (Doris Day looking awkward and wrickling her nose in the weird way only Doris can do) nor is the music score great (unlike hers and Garners follow-up movie the same year; Move over darling). It's move corny then anything else. I wouldn't recommend this to you unless you have a "silly" sense of humour or is a die-hard Doris-fan.

Andrew H (ru) wrote: One of the best British films, and one of the best War films, I have ever seen.

Ryan G (kr) wrote: One of Mel Brooks best!!! May the Schwartz be with you!!! Great comedy parody to Star Wars.

Eric M (nl) wrote: Phenomenally tense, immersive, well-acted and powerful, "Pawn Sacrifice" delves into the psychological disintegration of Bobby Fischer, played marvelously by Tobey Maguire. Zwick is in his element here, providing possibly his best film since "The Last Samurai," interweaving Cold War paranoia, Fischer's brilliance and instability in a humanly insightful fashion. It's a must-watch for it's playing out of psychological illness, paranoia, and a fascinating glimpse into a time when chess captured the imagination of the world.