A true sports story that utterly defies the odds, Duguay’s film captures the wild ups and downs of the Olympics-bound career of legendary equine star Jappeloup and his troubled rider, locked in a tense relationship with his horseman father and forever uncertain of his own skills as an equestrian
- Category:Short, Sport
- Stars:, Guillaume Canet, Marina Hands, Daniel Auteuil, Lou de Laâge, Tchéky Karyo, Jacques Higelin, Marie Bunel, Joël Dupuch, Fred Epaud, Arnaud Henriet, Donald Sutherland, Antoine Cholet, Edmond Jonquères d'Oriola, Benoît Petitjean, Sébastien Cazorla,
- Director:Christian Duguay,
- Writer:Guillaume Canet (scenario and adaptation), Karine Devilder (novel)
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Jappeloup torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Love this movie! This is the correct Dredd and how a movie should be done. They need to do another and this time promote it properly This is now a cult classic!
(de) wrote: A good piece of Australian cinema. Suspenseful and well-paced though a bit predictable and melodramatic.
(jp) wrote: its suitable for unmarried couples
(ru) wrote: Though the Story is very convoluted, Layer Cake manages to give a look of the drug business in the U.K. While giving Daniel Craig his breakthrough role
(fr) wrote: To see such a classic series pissed on with such vehement disrespect as this film manages to do is just devastating. I was a huge fan of Thunderbirds and other Gerry Anderson projects such as Stingray and Captain Scarlet when I was a kid. But I'm not worried, this film has already slipped into obscurity and future generations will reassuringly only remember the original. This film is just so shockingly bad it's untrue!
(ca) wrote: its was good. it gives a meaning of kids can be able to have some fun and not have their parents push them and pressure them to hard
(es) wrote: Uninspiring, lazy, thoughtless, and unfunny in every regard. This is yet another one of those movies I watched over and over again as a little boy and now see that it is not good at all. Dennis Dugan's directing, the terrible writing and juvenile jokes, and Michael Oliver as the little brat make this a painful experience to get through. Michael Oliver is not likeable at all in the film and you just want to hurt him when he is doing some prank to something and Dennis Dugan failed to launch a real career for him like Chris Columbus did for Macaulay Culkin in Home Alone. John Ritter is a likeable actor but he is squandered under a mediocre as hell script and in the second half of the film after Junior drives through the sports shop, his acting got a little too silly and over the top in my opinion. Amy Yasbeck as the wife of John Ritter's character was annoying and over the top and I wanted her to shut up when she would be yelling something and half of her dialogue is whining and complaining. Gilbert Gottfried here also annoys you with his squirmy face and his silly voice. Dennis Dugan is one of the most untalented directors working today and throughout his whole career he has been directing the same old juvenile recyclable crap. In the end, if you feel like losing some brain cells and having an unpleasant time, than this is the movie for you.
(au) wrote: um....there wasn;t really enough story here for the runtime to get away with it i think....could have cut maybe 5 or 10 minutes out of it to get the structure a bit better.....theres some really good stuff in it but i think its a bit disapointing in the second half.
(mx) wrote: it was an interesting movie. shows a problem that could occured to any young person whos chatting on the internet with people he/she doesnt know.