Hotel Chevalier

Hotel Chevalier

Grief? Depression? Ambiguity in a Paris hotel room. Jack Whitman lies on a bed, ordering a grilled cheese sandwich from room service. His phone rings; it's a woman on her way to see him, a surprise. He readies the room, moving without affect, drawing a bath, changing his clothes. She arrives, as does the food, and the complications of their relationship emerge in bits and pieces. He invites her out on the balcony to see his view. Will they make love? Is the relationship over?

Hotel Chevalier is a short film that premiered in 2007, by Wes Anderson wrote and directed. Starring Jason Schwartzman with Natalie Portman, who take part in this movie, act as they are an old couple. Then they meet in a hotel in Paris. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hotel Chevalier torrent reviews

William s (mx) wrote: If you miss this one your not a zombie aficionado.

Watts Up M (gb) wrote: This movies shows that the series didnt die after Seed Of Chucky. Curse Of Chucky is a big step up from the last two movies!

Mark D (nl) wrote: Suffers from a little misdirection in marketing. Yes it does feature the Conchords but only as cameo's (though Brett is in it a little more). Not as gory as i thought thought it would be seeing as it is marketed as a Jackson-esq splatter horror. Still its a decent ghost mystery comedy with some decent laughs, unfortunatly it aint amazing. Still worth watching if fan of the Conchords.

Paul D (ag) wrote: Filmed well for a low-budget movie, although its deep and sometimes surreal plot is perhaps too excessive for its own good.

Naheed J (es) wrote: superb want to watch it again

Ahmed M (mx) wrote: This movie is only good if you go with literally zero expectations, and if you are a child.

Anthony V (ru) wrote: Great battle of the sexes comedy with one of those great endings that adds a touch of drama. You can bet money Hollywood will try to remake this one.

Will V (nl) wrote: Excellent movie for loose young minds you just want to make the ol mighty $$

Aleksandar C (ag) wrote: Really interesting and quick paced film that will keep your attention 'till the end. I feel like Colin Farrell is one of the most underrated actors working today.

Jordan B (ca) wrote: This is a B-grade fantasy/action flick, and very enjoyable if you realize going in what you're in for. The graphics are inconsistent, sometimes very believeable, sometimes....not. It was kinda funny to see Timothy Dalton looking older, and to see Sean Bean in something other than Lord Of The Rings. (He was why I had wanted to see it when it was on TV originally...) Overall, not bad. Should satisfy anyone who wants an alternative to Disney...

Thrse F (ag) wrote: Not at all interested

Thomas P (kr) wrote: A nod and wink to Age-fighting in Hollywood, this is still a very timely, sly movie. Dryly Hilarious at times, slapstick at others, great use of special effects as comedy - when Hawn sits down on the couch after a brawl - jawdropping. And the ending fight scenes are the perfect marriage of humor and effects. Willis, Hawn, and Streep all relish their rivalrous roles here, and thoroughly poured themselves into the characters to make the humor guffaw-worthy and satisfying.A few clunky bits misfire, but the Brilliance here clearly "covers the flaws" - pun intended..4 winking eye-lifts out of 5

MEC r (ag) wrote: Not a "perfect" movie.

Brayden T (jp) wrote: First of all, I may be a little bias when writing this, as this is one of my favorite films OF ALL TIME. If I had to describe Videodrome, I'd say it was a cryptic, surrealistic nightmare based in biotechnology, social commentary (which is actually more relevant now!), and oh so much psychosexuality. The movie is stacked full with bizarre sequences and conversations, and even though you might not get it at first, you can't help but be entertained by the sheer weirdness of it all. Despite the crazy practical effects and gruesome images, Videodrome has alot to offer in the way of story and message. It warns of possible violation of our own individuality and perception of the world through the media we consume and its format. It also brings up really interesting philosophical ideas on how we see reality and what defines the phrase "real life". From the first viewing, the imagery will stick with you and make you want to watch it again, in which case the story and ideas will start to soak in more completely and soon you'll find yourself assimilated into the collective of fans of Videodrome...or at least that was my situation.LONG LIVE THE NEW FLESH!!!

Steve B (ag) wrote: tale of cultural and racial discrimination decades ahead of its time