Jacquot de Nantes

Jacquot de Nantes

Jacquot Demy is a little boy at the end of the thirties. His father owns a garage and his mother is a hairdresser. The whole family lives happily and likes to sing and to go to the movies. Jacquot is fascinated by every kind of show (theatre, cinema, puppets). He buys a camera to shoot his first amateur film... An evocation of French cineast Jacques Demy's childhood and vocation for the cinema and the musicals.

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Jacquot de Nantes torrent reviews

Otto E (ru) wrote: movie felt like an epic blockbuster film.

Dave S (nl) wrote: The idea/ premise of this movie was really good. The story itself ws pretty meh. I agree with JT that this movie would have been better had they tried to take more of a solid suspense feel rather than a horror movie direction. Ethan Hawke is a good actor and did fine in this movie. Most of the acting was good except for the "main" villain. He was pretty weak. And for a horror, that's not a part that should be weak. I like the moral of the movie at the end. It is a scary idea that I could see how the movie could become a reality.

Tim M (mx) wrote: Oldboy meets con artist with a bizarrely affirmational message. Sam Jackson is excellent. I hope to see more of Irish-Ethiopian Ruth Negga.

Jami R (br) wrote: Weird, yet strangly mezmorizing.

Rupesh P (nl) wrote: A good story but d theme rounds around d Rock on stories.... Songs r fantastic..

Jessica S (gb) wrote: I seen Dr. Dolittle 3 and I liked very much and enjoyed the show.

Rob (it) wrote: A very good musing on the Star Trek phenomenon and its rabid, obsessive, borderline fanatical, profound fans and their unique way of life and of seeing the world. Many cast members from the various incarnations make welcome appearances to give their own two-cents and many touching stories of lives being changed for the better are told. Delightfully weird.

JD (jp) wrote: A good, different and funny movie! Woody Allen gives us a story about a couple named Lenny and Amanda who have an adopted son named Max who turns out to be brilliant. Lenny becomes obsessed with finding Max's real parents because he believes that they too must be brilliant, but when he finds that this girl named Linda Ash is Max's real mother, Lenny is disappointed because Linda is a prostitute and porn star. On top of that, she is quite possibly the dumbest person Lenny has ever met. Mira Sorvino plays the girl Linda Ash and man oh man was she great in this movie. I can really see why she won the Academy for this movie, her acting was top notch and plus she was hilarious in this movie. Every scene she was in she would always make you laugh, she's flat out the best character in the movie. Woody Allen and Helena Bonham Carter play the husband and wife Lenny and Amanda and they both deliver solid performances as well, maybe not as good as Mira Sorvino but still they did a good job. I enjoyed Woody's performance especially I found him to be very nerdy and also pretty funny to watch. Also Woody wrote and directed this film very well, you could obviously tell this movie is your typical Woody Allen Comedy. Anyways back to the story, I very much enjoyed the story of this movie, it obviously has been done before in other movies, but what I like what this movie did with it. Woody Allen made this movie very crude, but also very unique and what made this movie unique was probably the Greek Chorus. The Greek Chorus in this movie was brilliant and also pretty damn funny. In the movie the Greek Chorus decide Lenny's fate and the Greek Chorus is lead by actor F. Murray Abraham and he was awesome in this movie like he is in all his movies. So in closing this movie is really good, I don't think it's Woody Allen's best movie but it sure is a fun one. I say give this movie a go and see if you like it for yourself.

Yinal R (es) wrote: Seriously? Is this seriously a movie? Really?