Elsa la rose

Elsa la rose

The story of a poet's (Louis Aragon) love for his wife, the writer Elsa Triolet.

The story of a poet's (Louis Aragon) love for his wife, the writer Elsa Triolet. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Kevin R (ru) wrote: I want to research you forever.In the future the Earth evolves and a virus spreads that very few are immune to. Those infected turn into zombies of sorts. During the spread a commercial organization develops robots that are highly effective protecting areas. Pockets of humans around the world have survived because of these robots. However, there are rumors circulating these robots are dangerous and may get out of hand?"You'll have purified urine to drink."Pil-Sung Yim, director of Antarctic Journal and Scarlett Innocence, delivers Doomsday Book. The storyline for this picture was inconsistent with some positive aspects and ridiculous moments. The action was well done and had some solid CGI. The acting was just okay and the cast includes Doona bae, Joon-ho Bong, Ji-hee Lee, John Kim, and Kang-woo Kim. "I thought she was blind because her eyes were yellow."I came across this on Netflix and randomly decided to add this to the queue. This was disappointing. I felt this had some potential but it fizzled as it didn't take itself too seriously. Overall, I'd recommend skipping this film."Act first, think later."Grade: D+/C-

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Pamula R (au) wrote: I loved the husband's dedication to his wife even when she seemed to be treating him the opposite way. His love for her even went to the extent of reuniting her with her newly found companion. How we all wish for someone like him.

Spencer B (it) wrote: This is a generous rating. This is what I call the "montage movie" of Harry Potter. They try to condense it so much, that nearly everything seems to be told in montages, or choppily edited scenes. It's still fun to be in the universe, but this one is definitely flawed.

Cedric L (us) wrote: Visually appealing and more faithful to the book.

Ilja S (kr) wrote: xXx I do not find intriguing nor very entertaining. Yes, there is some solid action, but the movie is just so mindless and stupid you cannot get into the action to enjoy it. There are some cool moments, and Vin Disel is made for this role, but that's about it.

Private U (de) wrote: One of the very first Bergman films. Not impressive as his lately movies, bu you realize that's a Bergman film, while watching.

Brian S (ru) wrote: Has to be one, if not the best horror movie of 2009, with great characters interpreted by Alison Lohman, Dileep Rao and good old Justin Long. Another great flick by Sam Raimi, who also brought us the famous Evil Dead trilogy. I really liked this movie, I think it's one of the best supernatural movies since the 2000's, with a great shocking twist ending and also a super musical score, to add to this frighting film. Recommended !!

Tyler S (ru) wrote: Hard to knock inspirational stories and what we have here is a powerful one about the first African American navy diver. Deniro is the tough as nails instructor and Gooding Jr is the diver who is shunned because of his color. His character shows great will and determination. Excellent story and movie.

Chris S (ru) wrote: Hilariously cheesy 80s saxploitation in which when the final credits roll the sax and guitar solos are credited before the actors. 'Do you need some Chapstick or lip gloss or something? Your lips keep getting stuck on your teeth. Or is that your idea of a smile?'

Michael L (de) wrote: The Oregon in Kelly Reichardt's films is a lonely place. Decaying, run-down, and sparsely populated, humans seem to interact here as two ships pass in the night - accidentally and tentatively, with each interaction ultimately anti-climactic and each participant remaining unknowable. "Wendy and Lucy" is a sad little film that charts a few days in the life of Michelle Williams' Wendy as she slips furthur and furthur into the cracks and slides furthur towards the margins of this existence. I couldn't help but feeling that the implied future for Wendy after the closing credits roll is not good. Starvation? Abuse by a stranger? Not a feel-good film.