Pour sauver leur bar de la faillite, Jimmy et Fifi, deux potes de banlieue, ont une illumination: faire venir la jet-set parisienne, cette caste habituee a avoir sa photo dans les magazines people. Pour reussir, ils demandent a Mike, beau gosse et comedien au chomage, d'infiltrer la jet pour se constituer un carnet d'adresses de VIP. Au milieu des stars ephemeres du show-biz, des fils a papa, des veuves de milliardaires, Mike va devenir l'incontournable prince Di Segafredi. Mais, a frequenter la jet, on risque de perdre plus que son ame.
Writer:Olivier Chavarot, Fabien Onteniente, Bruno Solo, Emmanuel de Brantes
Pour sauver leur bar de la faillite, Jimmy et Fifi, deux potes de banlieue, ont une illumination: faire venir la jet-set parisienne, cette caste habituee a avoir sa photo dans les magazines people. Pour reussir, ils demandent a Mike, beau gosse et comedien au chomage, d'infiltrer la jet pour se constituer un carnet d'adresses de VIP. Au milieu des stars ephemeres du show-biz, des fils a papa, des veuves de milliardaires, Mike va devenir l'incontournable prince Di Segafredi. Mais, a frequenter la jet, on risque de perdre plus que son ame. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Brian P (gb) wrote: Shocking ... But weak ... Can't compare to the 1st one .. If you like feeling sick and love good gore.. Then this is your movie ! But Katie , your voice sounds like a demon !!
Aditya M (fr) wrote: 2 States + 1-Dimensional Characters = 3 Tiresome Hours. This film derives almost all its humour from frustrating stereotypes and is too melodramatic in its serious moments. On a positive note, the charisma of Amrita Singh and Ronit Roy provides some good moments, and Alia Bhatt shows a lot of promise.
Alexandrea N (kr) wrote: Really good at answering some questions from the first one. Not as many scares as the first one, but definitely has a good story.
Ellena B (ca) wrote: good and very funny episode
WS W (fr) wrote: Filled with strong sense of masculinity, packed with action & cars chasing stunts it is. Nothing deeper nor more.
Brian V (ca) wrote: Not bad...starts slow and gets pretty intense with an interesting ending.
Jarrett G (ru) wrote: Good cast. I wanted more closure than the ending provided.
Brian C (fr) wrote: Very disappointing. While there was some creepy moments, nothing really happens. The characters are pretty decent and aren't the usual horror movie fodder. I fail to see the point of the movie to be honest. It just kind of rambles on, and nothing happens. Vincent Cassel was great.
Pete S (nl) wrote: Fair James Caan outing. Jonathan Schaech holds his own also. Typical plot and result where there were no surprises.
David E (ag) wrote: "Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo" was a little boring; then again it might be because I watched it too much. Well, the humor was amusing & the oddball moments were either funny or just stale. This film was good, but (in my opinion) not so near when compared to the sequel.
Lee V (mx) wrote: One of the most 90s movies possible.
James R (fr) wrote: A fairly good Vampire story.
Urmi C (de) wrote: I hate John Travoltaaaaaaa
Michael T (jp) wrote: Breaker Morant was based on a two act play by Kenneth Ross that was adapted by Aussie director Bruce Berserford and became a classic of the Australian "New Wave" of cinema. The film is based on a real court martial of three Australian officers serving in a special British unit fighting the Boer guerrillas during the Boer War. When this film was made, Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War was still a very recent memory (as was the United States) but the film is still apt in the post-911 world. Harry "Breaker" Morant was a poet and the best horse breaker in Australia. An Englishman with aristocratic blood living in exile in Australia, he joined the Australian military, earned a commission, and had an exemplary military record but was put on trial for the murder of Boer prisoners and of a German missionary who may have been a German spy. Britain wants to end the war and negotiate the surrender of the remaining Boer guerillas and wants to keep Germany from entering the war on the Boer side. The successful prosecution of Morant and his fellow "rough and tumble" Australian officers is deemed a political necessity by high-ranking British officers. The question of the court martial comes down to verbal orders that were given to shoot Boer prisoners by Morant's British superiors. Edward Woodward, Bryan Brown, and Jack Thompson are standouts in a superb cast. Like Gallipoli, this film is very bitter about Australia's participation in British-led military adventures.
Matthew G (us) wrote: Slow and intense; a series of beautiful framed images. The way in which the film uses the text of the original novel to describe those images distinguishes it from most other adaptations.
Eliabeth A (de) wrote: pasolini tiene una gracia unica para ambientar sus historias, la decoracion y vestuario son perfectos. una serie de cuentos que forman una comedia. destaco su vision del infierno, muy divertida.
Aj V (de) wrote: Many people point to this as one of the best spy movies of the 60s along with 007, but I wasn't that impressed with it. The style is more interesting than a Bond movie, but I didn't care for Coburn's character, he seemed too flawless. Overall it's okay, though, especially if you love spy movies.
Joshua L (br) wrote: ok so the movie is funny but it's really hard to like when all the character's are just shitty fuckin human beings. It made me wonder about a lot doh.
FilmGrinder S (de) wrote: 82%Because somebody has to save the elderly. Great cameos and very funny, but compared to SHUAN OF THE DEAD, it falls short, but still a bloody good time. I love seeing the elderly doing battle.
Jeff Z (kr) wrote: Good title song, second rate Elvis flick (still better than a 3rd rate Elvis film!).