Someone is killing Parisians of Arab ethnicity. When an Algerian diplomat is murdered by the same assailant, two Algerian detectives are sent to help the French with the investigation and they have their own ways of doing things. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Halal police d'État
Someone is killing Parisians of Arab ethnicity. When an Algerian diplomat is murdered by the same assailant, two Algerian detectives are sent to help the French with the investigation and they have their own ways of doing things.
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Steve S (ca) wrote: Actually pretty funny. Jason Bateman's character was easy to hate but fun to watch. The Indian kid did a great job and their interactions were fun to watch. It was pretty funny but kind of surprisingly vulgar. I recommend this movie.
Don S (ca) wrote: While there is some decent, not spectacular, surf footage, this movie is about a cookie cutter as it gets. The acting is a half step up from poor, the story has no surprises or twists, and the ending is exactly as you'd figure it to be. Sasha Jackson has a tremendous bikini body but seemingly little talent. The original was so much better than this. They should have left well enough alone.
Brandon B (de) wrote: Great look back at this hit or miss film series.
Jeff H (ca) wrote: Nothing you probally haven't seen, but has some good clips and a good narration by Woody Harelson. The film is probally more relavent now with the debates going on in California.
Darrin C (es) wrote: Eh, it wasn't all too great but did have a few funny parts. Both Eddie Murphy and Steve Martin sure aren't what they used to be...
Matthew S (it) wrote: Potent capture of NYC in the final moments before it started to become Disney Land. It doesn't always work, but when it does --- it stings.
Edgar C (br) wrote: Remade three times, one of them being the more famous Adrian Lyne's Unfaithful (2002), Chabrol tells the story about a bored wife who cheats on her husband, as indicated by the title. Her husband is suspicious and hires a Private Investigator to confirm his own thoughts and the whereabouts of his wife.Yup, that's it.Now this is the part where I convince you to watch the film.1) It was about bloody time that Chabrol, a renowned Hitchcock fan, made a thriller. His past projects were asphyxiating in terms of bleakness, so his style making a transition to a crime story with a creepy musical score, a femme-fatale remnant and suspenseful sequences was maybe the most logical step. He casts Stphane Audran once again, this time as the sophisticated and sexy wife with a killer look, vicious intentions, and yet with her facet of being a caring mother while she's in home.2) Mentioned already, Hitchcock's influence is here. It was present since Le Beau Serge (1958), Chabrol's dark tribute. As is the case of Hitchcock, the power of this thriller comes from its cinematograohic language: the impact of silences, the attention to detail, the slow sequences creating suspense, the tense conversations between characters, and the contrast between this macabre environment and the more benign domestic family life. This contrast is put to great effect through Chabrol's lens.3) I'm 95% sure that Chabrol knew this was a very simple and common story, even by the 60s standards. So not only the execution had to justify its simplicity, but also the resolution. I'll stop here for the sake of the enjoyment of others.Making thrillers is an art, just like any other genre, and this movie proves it. Whether the final result is to redefine the genre, or simply to replicate it with style and provide a great entertainment value, a good crime film is a good crime film.I rest my case.83/100
Quentin C (nl) wrote: Excellent comedy, Vincent Price is amazing in it!!!
Rachael L (fr) wrote: I loved it! Typical chic flick but I love Katherine Heigl
Andrew G (us) wrote: That movie was great, something I've never seen before in a Disney movie.
Konstantine S (gb) wrote: Begins with two important lessons: Actresses, never trust a 9pm private casting call, and everyone else, don't trust actresses. Unrelated: Evelyn Keyes is too sexy for 1953.