La fille de d'Artagnan

La fille de d'Artagnan

The story begins on the autumn of 1654 in South France. Eloise lives in a cloister. Her famous father left her there. The young lady is enthusiastic about honour, faithfulness, affection to...

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Niraj V (nl) wrote: So I finally go to the theatres to watch a movie after about 6 weeks, and as usual, I pick a dud!!!Zero logic, poor screenplay and very sad story telling. Allegedly based on "Kill Bill" and "Khoon Bhari Maang" etc, this one is a test of your patience, and of your desire to get full value for your ticket money by sitting in the AC till the movie ends, because you paid for it!!!!It gets even more intriguing when the "Hero" of the movie makes his appearance only after 40 minutes or so, in a movie with a runtime of 130 mins.The only saving grace of this one is Sushant Singh. In a negative role, he provides the much needed artistic relief with a menacingly powerful portrayal of a no good politician.Surveen Chawla tries hard to be a simpering weakling in the first half and a cold blooded killer in the second half, but only ends up looking like Sushmita Sen..........is that good or bad, you decide.Jay Bhanushali's debut is flat, lacklustre and totally forgettable. Why would he choose this as his entry to hindi films? Get yourself some better advisors, Mr Bhanushali.The randomness of the movie is encapsulated in the sudden appearance of one Ms Leone in an item song called "Pink Lips", which has no relevance to the movie.Give this one a miss, for sure.

Sophia Q (gb) wrote: As someone who has read "The Three Mistakes of My Life" (Chetan Bhagat), I have mixed feelings about this movie. It was just NOT true to the book. The entire story has been altered to center around the "Ishaan" character, rather than Govind. It's clear that they wanted Sushant to be the star, which did kind of aggravate me. The changes made in the first 3/4 of the movie were understandable - the book moves slowly, building up to a climatic ending. THOSE changes were needed to pick up the pace and make the story engrossing. HOWEVER.....the creative liberties taken with the ending actually really rubbed me the wrong way as a fan of the book. =/ I just didn't understand why......it wasn't necessary! The story was beautiful as it was!That being said, those are the thoughts of a fan of "The Three Mistakes of My Life.". Here are the thoughts of an average movie-goer on "Kai Po Che."Kai Po Che is an amazing movie. Honestly. It's beautifully shot. The actors all fit their roles to a T. You couldn't have asked for better casting! Raj Kumar, Sushant, Amit, Amrita....everyone was perfect. This movie told a true tale of friendship and how life can affect that friendship. I really loved it.As you can see, I have SEPARATE feelings about this movie. If you haven't read the book, you'll come out LOVING it. It's a true piece of cinematic brilliance.

Stuart P (nl) wrote: Gives real insight into the discipline behind being a sommelier.

Josh F (au) wrote: Damn good, particularly considering the characters are so intentionally awful.

Filipe O (gb) wrote: Documentrio da hora mostrando o da dia de dois comediantes rumo a fama

David H (ru) wrote: A grandious, bounding and realistic Concentration Camp Movie based on a True Story great directed and with a great Performance of Rutger Hauer my Favourite Scene is the Killings and Escape at the End

Agata G (ru) wrote: The friendship of two housemaids makes thais movie a heavy, thick story - otherwise pretty predictable.

David S (mx) wrote: Tense little Korean War drama about a group of men trying to find its way back to their division through enemy territory. The pace and situations of the movie reminded me somewhat of Clouzot's Wages of Fear, although that one was much more about keeping the tension high throughout, while this also took time to develop some relationships. For the most part, though, those are the least successful parts of the movie.

Grant H (gb) wrote: Pretty good movie. While the plot feels like a clear ripoff of Goodfellas, even if it is a true story, the style is really interesting, and it has some truly captivating moments, but the pacing is really jumbled and the performances are so-so, even Depp.

Jacob M (mx) wrote: The weakest of the original trilogy, but still a great film nonetheless. The struggle that Luke displays between the light and the dark sides of the force is fascinating. Everyone on this Earth struggles with doing the right thing and Luke shows this multiplied by 100, with so much riding on his decisions. I can't recommend that you start your journey into Star Wars with this film. However, you should definitely take this thrill ride at some point during your Star Wars journey.

Mike C (au) wrote: Damn, not bad for a tv movie about science! Of course, it's not just any science. It's largely the story of how a Nobel-winning scientist, nearly on his deathbed, brought to light how the Challenger space shuttle disaster likely happened.Not a big William Hurt fan, but he does a great job as Richard Feynman, the physicist who helped solve the deal. Feynman won the Nobel, worked on the first atomic bomb, for which he was not proud, and is generally considered one of the top 10 physicists ever. Not a bad resume. The film seems to be historically accurate in many regards pertaining to Feynman and what he did. He died shortly after his famous televised demonstration of rubber in cold water.Again, not a bad flick for tv. It aired on Discovery and Science Channels, so who would expect this time of cast with some fairly big names?

Lucas B (us) wrote: So heavy handed with its symbolism that you leave with a black eye.