La Cage aux Folles
Two gay men living in St. Tropez have their lives turned upside down when the son of one of the men announces he is getting married. They try conceal their lifestyle and their ownership of the transvestite club downstairs when the fiancée and her parents come for dinner.
- Stars:Ugo Tognazzi, Michel Serrault, Claire Maurier, Rémi Laurent, Carmen Scarpitta, Benny Luke, Luisa Maneri, Michel Galabru, Venantino Venantini, Carlo Reali, Guido Cerniglia, Angelo Pellegrino, Nicola D'Eramo, Vinicio Diamanti, Liana Del Balzo,
- Country:France, Italy
- Director:Édouard Molinaro,
- Writer:Jean Poiret (play), Francis Veber (screenplay), Édouard Molinaro (screenplay), Marcello Danon (screenplay), Jean Poiret (screenplay)
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La Cage aux Folles torrent reviews
(es) wrote: This wasnt bad at all but its terribley acted and scripted. The songs were good and the drama top class. Its fun though
(it) wrote: A quaint, quick, and interesting documentary showing several varying approaches to the vast and deep world of yoga. It may not necessarily lead to anything conclusive, all things considered, but it certainly does enough to get you thinking without being forceful or pandering.
(it) wrote: Touching, creepy and criminologically interesting
(it) wrote: even better than the 1st an cany wait on the 3rd 1....
(es) wrote: This is a great film, and I would guess that anyone denying it's authenticity is in denial about the post-war atrocities that occurred after the Fall of Saigon. I read a few articles and reviews about this film, refuting various parts of the story, but all one has to do is pick up a history book to know that things like this did indeed go on.
(fr) wrote: A definite step down from the original (which in itself, was average) but it tired to be clever by raising the stakes, as all of these movies try to do. Instead, what we end up with is a mess of disjointed car chases that feel very generic; like it's mixed cast. Paul Walker is the only bit of credibility this movie can drag out.Verdict: C-
(br) wrote: Class of Nuke 'Em High has nothing on the Toxic Avenger except for acting and ridiculousness.
(kr) wrote: This short documentary about the Nazi death camps should be required viewing for anyone with a shred of humanity, because it forces us to confront our own capacity for inhumanity.
(jp) wrote: One of the best war movies of all time! It is primarily a comedy but with some dramatic undertones woven throughout the film.
(au) wrote: This movie is about a boy named Davey (played by Henry Thomas) whose mother has died and whose father doesn't really understand him, and who has retreated into a fantasy world of spy games - video spy games, board spy games, role-playing spy games. He has even created his own fantasy spy hero whose name is taken from one of the games and whom he imagines talking to him and giving him advice (and the fantasy hero looks a lot like his real life father, because he is what Davey thinks he wants his father to be like). But then, in the midst of it, Davey stumbles into in a real life spy escapade and gets to use the skills he has been practicing in his fantasy games. Cloak & Dagger is a fun movie that does a good job of entertaining viewers of all ages, but it is also an exploration of the pros and cons of fantasy. On the one hand, it becomes evident that life can't really be like it is in fantasy, where heroes do nothing but have exciting adventures. And fantasy violence is neat and clean and not too serious, whereas real life violence is messy and ugly - even if it's bad guys who are getting killed - and if your friend gets killed in real life, you really lose your friend, and if you get killed, you really die. But, on the other hand, Davey is able to solve the problems he faces in the real life adventure because he has already faced them in fantasy, and it is the fantasy that allows him to think soberly and rationally in situations that would terrify even most adults. And when Davey, in the end, has to do something very difficult, it is the fantasy that gives him the strength to do it (though the fantasy is also destroyed in the process). And while Davey's father gives him a nice speech about how "Heroes don't just go around shooting bad guys," we get the impression that Davey's father has given up a few too many of his childhood dreams of being a hero. In the end, the movie reconciles all of this and gives us a good picture of what a hero really is. And Henry Thomas gets even more of a chance to show off his acting talents than he did in E.T. - The Extraterrestrial.
(ru) wrote: "My Favorite Wife" is a perfect example of a classic comedy. Cary Grant has finally decided to remarry after his wife Irenne Dunne has been legally dead for seven years. He settles for the sexy Gail Patrick for looks, and is shocked when Irene shows up on their honeymoon perfectly alive. Cary then realizes he wants to ditch Gail for his other wife, but becomes a bit jealous when he finds out that Irene was stuck on the island for all those years with the handsome Randolph Scott-- alone. Screwball comedy was probably the most popular genre in the movie business from the 1930's to the mid-'40's, and this is a gem among them. Dunne and Grant had already worked together in the much higher regarded "The Awful Truth", and then would then make "Penny Serenade" a few years after this. This one is not as popular as the other two, but back in the day people loved it-- it earned three Oscar nominations, and then was remade two decades later in a Doris Day comedy "Move Over, Darling". Seeing this, I can say it should be seen a lot more. Complicated plot-lines usually work or don't work, but this one does. Dunne and Grant have awesome chemistry, and both act their hearts out. Even though both really were primarily dramatic actors, this shows their range, because even scene you can tell they're playing off each other. They simply, rock. Script wise, this has got to be one of the best. Well, comedy, that is. Many comedies in this time period, I laugh once or twice, but every two minutes at the least, I found myself giggling at another wise crack every time. Things can go from sarcastic comments to physical comedy, but every time it's perfect, never sudden or unexpected. "My Favorite Wife" is a perfect comedy. Highly recommended.
(fr) wrote: Ahh Maaan!!! A Fantastic Suspense-Horror/Thriller, Right Up To The Final Few Minutes Of Run-Time, Where It Seriously Jumps The Shark, Right Into A Major Script-Screw-Up Mess. Loved Seeing Douglas Play A Seriously Insidious (Gordon Gecko-ish) Character, But The Ending Wood-Duck's It. Minus The Last 2-3 Minutes, It is 3.5-4 Stars, With It, I Give It 1.5 Stars. Disappointing. Re-cut This Please!!
(ag) wrote: Pierce Brosnan is a revelation.
(de) wrote: It's not necessary to be a "cynical knucklehead," as one soggy reviewer suggested, to dislike this incredibly artificial and manipulative TV-movie fiasco not even worthy of a Hallmark channel offering. It is positively NOT "sweet" or "charming" unless you're a hopelessly detached adolescent. It's cheesy, sentimental and totally unrealistic in every way. Yes, I admit I gave up early, but it was obvious the movie was not going to get more complex or sophisticated. Even the normally respectable Diane Lane is cringe-worthy here, straining in her facial expressions and her "emoting" as if the director asked her to treat it as a melodrama in the theater where people can't see your expressions close-up. The first few scenes are laughably bad and edited with hedge clippers, skipping the marriage dissolution and divorce travesty in about five minutes or less. In short, this film is horrible, phony tripe.