Evening Classes

Evening Classes

Jacques Tati teaches an acting class about the subtleties of certain types of people to a group of eager (but not very talented) students.

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Anatoly S (mx) wrote: A story of Cambodian Genocide told by a survivor through miniatures and clay figurines. "Depressing" doesn't even begin to cover it.

ka (us) wrote: too... pretend to be.

Lucas M (us) wrote: While it has a good laugh here and there, Four Christmas falls on its face when it comes to substance and becomes an offensive mess as this formulaic movie drags on.

Kim V (gb) wrote: Pretentious! Deeply not moving monologues by stereotypical people. What a waste of talent.

Rodney E (us) wrote: Totally forgettable and one of those ones where I ask myself "did I even see this?" and realize that I did and it's not me and just the movie. Still you have Connery playing the generic thief pitted with Catherine Zeta-Jones in that skintight outfit. With the latter day mediocrity offered to Sean Connery it is no wonder why he retired.

Ingrid V (nl) wrote: Good time-spend film

Christian B (mx) wrote: I died laughing omg lol.

David S (ru) wrote: One of the better slasher films I've seen that immediately followed 'Halloween'. Like that film this also stars Curtis and she is ok here, although her hysteria can get a bit annoying as the film progresses. Johnson is actually the main draw here and brings a bit of class to the role of the train conductor who cottons on to the fact that things are a little odd during the party. The kills are mostly done off camera and we just see the results of the slaughter. Even so Spottiswoode has fun building up the tension and makes the whole thing more entertaining by having the killer change party costumes throughout. Also the identity of the killer is kept in some doubt for most of the film, even though Copperfield seems to be having fun conjuring up lots of red herrings as the mysterious magician (that no-one remembers hiring) on board the train.