Joyeux Noël (English: Merry Christmas) is a 2005 film depicted through the eyes of French, British and German soldiers revolves around the World War I Christmas truce of December 1914. It tells the story of 6 character: Gordon; Audebert; Horstmayer; Palmer and German tenor Nikolaus Sprink and his Danish fiance, mezzo-soprano, Anna Sørensen. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In December 1914, an unofficial Christmas truce on the Western Front allows soldiers from opposing sides of the First World War to gain insight into each other's way of life.
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Priscilla B (us) wrote: This movie is interesting and Romain Duris is brilliant as the depressed Paul but even one and a half hour feels too long for such a depressing movie. It really needs a bit more laughter.
p b (br) wrote: It's good old Dolph in a typical "Dolph" movie :)
Matt H (es) wrote: Well, at least I now can get a better understanding of what the end of The 40-Year-Old Virgin was referencing. A few solid songs and sequences in this (Age of Aquarius/title song/ending), and solidly made, but not my thing overall. Interesting from a time capsule point of view. Could have used a stronger/more memorable cast. Looking at the date of release, Hair is actually a period piece, not being made in the moment of actual hippydom. The play was written closer to the actual movement, but 1979 seems a little late for this film. It's not like, say, Easy Rider, that came out right during the time of the counterculture. Interesting choice for Milos Foreman after the great One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (and right before the also great Amadeus).
Nathan M (es) wrote: Although distinctive and appealing at times thanks to Polanski's style, this aspirant vampire comedy ends up being a dated footnote for all parties involved. The concept of adjusting the story of Dracula into a comedy sparks interest, but Fearless Vampire Killers is not the successful attempt one might expect from a master like Polanski. The comedy, while cutesy and quaint, never really sticks and one derives just as much comedic value from the ridiculously liberal use of matte paintings in place of location shooting. The latter just reeks of budgetary constraints rather than being a virtuous artistic decision. Polanski himself is the star of the film, but he is not overly entertaining and Sharon Tate has a supporting role. In the end, a novel idea matched with a visionary director doesn't necessarily result in a classic film.
Johannes J (gb) wrote: Jeff McCord: "We're gonna make the word "government" poison to them if it's the last thing we do."
Patrick L (au) wrote: "This movie doesn't stand tall as an inspirational sports movie"DVD Movie Review: When the Game Stands TallDate Viewed: December 9 2014Directed By Thomas Carter (Coach Carter)Written By Scott Marshall SmithStarring: Jim Caviezel, Michael Chiklis, Laura Dern, Alexander Ludwig, Gavin Casalegno,Ser'Darius Blain, Stephan James, Matthew Daddario, Joe Massingill, Clancy Brown,Matthew Frias, Chase Boltin, Jessie Usher,LaJessie Smith, Richard Kohnke, Adella Gautier and Terence Rosemore.This movie doesn't stand tall as an inspirational sports movie. "When the Game Stands Tall" is overly sentimental and it has every sports movie cliche in the book, it has arguments, uninspired speeches, the angry father to the star running back and the legendary coach who is the last hope of getting his team back on track. "When the Game Stands Tall" is based on the true story of Bob Ladouceur and his De La Salle High School football team. Why was he so special? He led the team to a 151-game winning streak from 1992-2003.Did I mention that De La Salle High School is a Catholic school. That's right folks, this movie has Christian themes in it, OH GOD!Bob Ladouceur (Jim Caviezel) is not just a legendary football coach, he's also a great family man. He has a beautiful wife played by Laura Dern and two sons, his eldest son Danny (Matthew Daddario) plays on the team too. When one of Ladouceur's star players gets killed by a gang member at a party, the team is in a freefall. De La Salle has it's first loss in eleven years but Ladouceur is determined to get his team back on track.Soon, we get the worst cliche in sports movies, the angry dad. He's played by Clancy Brown and he wants his son, Chris Ryan (played by Alexander Ludwig, who is the star running back) to succeed as a star football player. We also get Michael Chiklis as an assistant coach and Laura Dern as Ladouceur's wife. Director Thomas Carter (Coach Carter) and screenwriter Scott Marshall Smith have made a bland Christian movie that tries to disguise itself as an inspirational football movie. "When the Game Stands Tall" is no "Rudy", it's not even "Draft Day".A documentary about California coach Bob Ladouceur and his De La Salle football team could've been interesting but as a movie, not so much. It fails to kick the ball.