Two whimsical, aimless thugs harass and assault women, steal, murder, and alternately charm, fight, or sprint their way out of trouble. They take whatever the bourgeois characters value: whether it's cars, peace of mind, or daughters. Marie-Ange, a jaded, passive hairdresser, joins them as lover, cook, and mother confessor. She's on her own search for seemingly unattainable sexual pleasure.
- Stars:Gérard Depardieu, Patrick Dewaere, Miou-Miou, Jeanne Moreau, Brigitte Fossey, Christian Alers, Michel Peyrelon, Gérard Boucaron, Jacques Chailleux, Eva Damien, Dominique Davray, Isabelle Huppert, Marco Perrin, Jacques Rispal, Bruno Boëglin,
- Director:Bertrand Blier,
- Writer:Bertrand Blier (novel), Bertrand Blier, Philippe Dumarçay
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(gb) wrote: A group of amateur filmmakers who believe that Grave Encounters was real go to the asylum that the movie took place in, but they realize that the movie is all too real.
(fr) wrote: Average at best, I don't see why this movie has so much hype. 1/4
(br) wrote: Sweet score from Primus's Claypool! I really liked this indi.
(fr) wrote: One of my favorite 80s retro Sci Fi
(gb) wrote: Well this second instalment doesn't get any more normal, it's still as weird as the first, but I did follow it reasonably well at least as it had a logical continuation from the first film. As Kirsty, the sole survivor finds herself in a mental institute, she tries to tell the stories of what happened that gruesome night, only of course for no one to believe her. That is until one nurse witnesses first hand exactly what the blood of Hunan life can do when spilt onto the resting place of former corpses, as he sneaks into his bosses house, who has spent years researching and dabbling with the cube himself in an attempt to see just what awaits inside. From then on, we see a similar pattern to the first film, as Julia and Frank are brought back from the depths of hell, to try and put paid to the human life of Kirsty and anyone else that stands in their way. We even see a monstrosity created that's even more hellish than the cenobites themselves, with tentacles waiting to sever any limb that blocks its path. It really is an S & M horror movie with the whole concept being riddled with sexual references merging both pleasure and pain. At one stage I could have sworn I saw a large inflated penis come into shot as part of the new killing machine that was created. The fact that it is so weird is part of the appeal and intrigue to keep watching really and although I don't have high hopes that the 3rd chapter will be nothing more than average, I'll still give it a viewing. I am still surprised how little the cenobites feature given that every trailer or poster of this film always showcases them, and the cameos they did have this time made reference to their human side, which contradicted their evil nature. I do still get a little lost with the fantasy surroundings that are generated from being inside the cube as any form of realism goes out the window and is replaced by a mad mans vision of what hell may look like. Regardless of this though, I just about remained on track to see what is a very unique series thus far, through to the end.
(jp) wrote: A psychic Cyndi Lauper movie shouldn't be this lame.
(jp) wrote: Only Robert Duvall can combine a perfect gentleman with a hill-billy.
(ca) wrote: I found much to laugh about with these 3 Geezers around. It's campy, raunchy and packed with the stupidest of humor... but it works.
(es) wrote: One thing Night At The Museum doesn't fail to do is entertain and - while it plows through many genre clichs and general predictability - we find ourselves rooting for Ben Stiller and, all in all, coming out of it having enjoyed ourselves. It has nothing special, but it certainly isn't bad.Verdict: B
(us) wrote: Monster's Ball might be the only movie about change that I really believe in