Don't Deliver Us from Evil
Anne and Lore, neighbors and best friends, barely into their teens, board at a convent school where they have taken a vow to sin and to serve Satan. Anne keeps a secret diary, they read a salacious novel, they get a classmate in trouble, they spy on the nuns, they set aside their communion wafers; they make a pact of devotion.
- Stars:Jeanne Goupil, Catherine Wagener, Bernard Dhéran, Gérard Darrieu, Marc Dudicourt, Michel Robin, Véronique Silver, Jean-Pierre Helbert, Nicole Mérouze, Henri Poirier, Serge Frédéric, René Berthier, Frédéric Nort, Jean-Daniel Ehrmann, Dominique Ney,
- Director:Joël Séria, Joël Séria,
- Writer:Joël Séria (dialogue), Joël Séria (scenario)
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(gb) wrote: It's a very good CGI movie... it's a lot better than the live action movies that Hollywood has been putting out for the past years. It's good to see Claire Redfield and Leon together once again! ^^
(mx) wrote: Some friends are just friends. Others you get to see naked......LOL
(gb) wrote: Unfortunately, not the film we were all waiting for. My expectations were not very high but I still wanted to see a good movie. I did not get to see a good movie today, but not a bad one either.Definitely the strongest elements of the film were the fantastic special effects. Almost everything, from the Tharks to the weird and vicious ape-like creatures, looked great. But all the work they put into the design of the film and getting half of the cast of Rome did not help them, because in the end, it was not enough for us to have a good movie.I really liked James Purefoy and Ciaran Hinds. Especially Purefoy, who I think had a lot of fun with this film. At the opposite pole we have Lynn Collins, who played the role of Dejah Thoris. I didn't really like her and she did not express any emotion whatsoever. Taylor Kitsch didn't give a breakthrough performance but he was not bad at all in the film. He really tried to give it his best.One of the main problems of the film was the script. I have not read the novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs but it seemed to me that there were a couple of plot holes. And above all that, the screenplay was straight out flat at some points. I got the impression that lines were thrown in just to cover a gap.I don't want to give anybody the impression that this is a bad film, because it's not. If you're in the mood of seeing a science-fiction action movie, give this one a try, you might actually like. I just hope you'll like it more than I did.
(it) wrote: I thought this was pretty good!!!!!
(br) wrote: Directed by Brucio? Hell yeah.
(br) wrote: Wish I had a pet seal lol
(au) wrote: horrible/mildly entertaining
(jp) wrote: Vaya chufa de peli, no me he enterado de nada! No pienso verla otra vez para entenderla!
(us) wrote: A very fun and interesting film with a so-so plot. Leslie Nielson is hilarious as a psychotic man.
(ca) wrote: Visconti was able to turn helmut berger into Lawrence Olivier... Need I say more?
(fr) wrote: Not a bad idea for a movie, but the script is lousy. Parts of it are plainly awful and border on oil-rig porn. The film makes the mistake of assuming that watching people turn off oil fires is cinematic.
(br) wrote: A remake of Curtiz's 1938 melodrama Four Daughters with Sinatra in the John Garfield role and - at Sinatra's insistance - a very different ending! It's corny at times but there's something about the chemistry between Day, Sinatra AND Gig Young that I find irresistable. Sinatra's performance, particularly, takes this bit of fluff into a very dark place indeed. It's almost Wilderesque in its attempt to muddy the waters between comedy and tragedy. I've seen the original and it's great - but I, for one, am glad Sinatra decided his character shouldn't die and that he had the clout to make his wishes reality. Great performances all round (there's a bleedin' Barrymore in it for cryin' out loud!), great music, great times.
(br) wrote: This refers to the recent Criterion/Eclipse release. It's an "early" Bergman movie, but it's all there; intense self-loathing and depression; emotionally violent and scorching mother-daughter exchanges. And a weird parallel at times to On the Waterfront.
(us) wrote: This was quite a bit better than I expected it to be. Michael Caine recruits the unsuspecting Shirley MacLaine to assist him in the heist of a valuable piece of sculpture from the richest man in the world. I especially like how they mislead you at the beginning, but I won't give that part away any more than that. Check this one out, especially if you like jewel-thief/heist themed movies, its another classic.
(ca) wrote: Powerful movie..Caine still has the class !
(ru) wrote: "His name is Deth. He hunts Trancers. Even in the 20th Century." "Meet Jack Deth. He's a Cop From The Future Trapped in the Present, and he's chasing a 23rd century menace in 1985." "2247 collides with 1985 . . . when a 23rd century crime fighter heats it up in L.A., today." "Jack Deth is back... and he's never even been here before!" "The Battle for the Future has begun." Good cult sci-fi film, starring comedian Tim Thomerson and a young Helen Hut. Think Terminator meets a very low budget Bladerunner. [first lines] Jack Deth: Last January, I finally singed Martin Whistler out on one of the rim planets. Since then, I've been hunting down the last of his murdering cult. We call them "Trancers:" slaves to Whistler's psychic power. Not really alive, not dead enough. It's July now, and I'm tired. Real tired. Jack Deth: What kind of name is Peter Gunn? Leena: What kind of name is Jack Deth? Jack Deth: Dry hair's for squids. Leena: Are you crazy? You killed Murray. Jack Deth: Has Murray ever turned yellow and gone after someone like he went for me? Jack Deth: I'm from another time, another world. I don't even know what you people eat for lunch. Leena: [referring to Baby McNulty] Is that your boss? Jack Deth: She thinks he is. [last lines] Leena: You can't get home. What are you going to do now? Jack Deth: It's okay. I kinda like it here.