Le grand Méliès

Le grand Méliès

A biography of the pioneer film director Georges Méliès, featuring his son André playing Georges, and with shots of his second wife, aged 90.

A biography of the pioneer film director Georges Méliès, featuring his son André playing Georges, and with shots of his second wife, aged 90. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Le grand Méliès torrent reviews

John T (ag) wrote: Good enough but not great. This dark comedy, mystery, suspense film is still worth watching. This is not a horror film so do not expect to be scared.

Lucia B (mx) wrote: My French Film Festival online

Ben S (fr) wrote: Diamond in the rough. "What'cha goin' do now BIRMINGHAAAAAAAM!"

Sean W (br) wrote: it's ok for an hk flick. im just an ekin fan, only reason i saw it

Eric R (kr) wrote: When a film's trailer ends with the tagline "the first erotic martial arts thriller", I will admit as a guy it perked my interest. And what do you know, "Firecracker" lived up the narrator's statement as I found this to be a thoroughly enjoyable seemingly unknown martial arts film from the trashtastic film factory in the Philippines run by B-movie maestro Cirio H. Santiago.As expected the plot comes secondary and is basically a complete copy of Santiago's early Blaxploitation martial arts film "TNT Jackson", substituting the black lead with a white woman and moving the films location to the Philippines. I wouldn't doubt if Santiago ripped off the title sheet to the "TNT Jackson" script and replaced it with one that read "Firecracker", that's how much the plot of these films is alike! Here we have a sexy martial artist arriving in the Philippines to find her missing sister (instead of brother in "TNT"). She tries to work her way into a drug ring and ends up working with some undercover DEA agents (again, just like "TNT").The absolute best part of this cheap martial arts thriller is Jillian Kesner as our sexy and deadly lead actress. Unlike the lead in "TNT Jackson" who had no martial arts abilities and was hired solely for her 'assets', Kesner not only has the looks but is an accomplished martial artist as well. Due to this she holds her own in plenty of violent fight scenes. I shit you not it's about ten in total with the first occurring in the first 2 minutes!Schlock director Cirio H. Santiago knows exactly the type of film he's making so he pulls no punches in showing off Kesner's beautiful body. In her first fight scene, she fights some guys that busted into her hotel room only clad in panties and a bra. One long fight sequence has her loose her dress (yes, that is unintentionally funny) and ends up fighting her enemies topless ! Silly and exploitative? Yes. Memorable? YOU BET!Cirio also peppers the film with some gory scenes, including a nights guardsman getting impaled by a tool and even some eye gouging. Scenes of gratuitous violence are always nice addition to spice up a B-movie. The choreography is also decent here making the fight scenes far more believable than those so-called fights in "TNT Jackson"."Firecracker" is bad but enjoyably so. The acting, editing and overall plot flow is laugh enducing but the fight scenes and sexy heroine makes this oh so enjoyable. A definite guilty pleasure of mine and hands down my favorite schlock film from cult director Cirio H. Santiago. It's just a damn shame Kesner didn't go on to do more films of this nature. "Firecracker" got it's long awaited DVD release from Shout! Factory in a triple feature tiled "Lethal Ladies" packaged alongside partner in crime "TNT Jackson" and "Too Hot to Handle". This set is worth checking out for fans of trash cinema.

Ziv E (au) wrote: Pretty memorable flick.

Onkel B (au) wrote: Energetic, Fast paced, And completely thrilling with a compelling story.

Matthew L (jp) wrote: Really enjoyed it, apart from a few cheesy scenes and historical errors, it was a genuinely enjoyable film. It had some very good action scenes, acting and some amusing scenes.

Eric O (mx) wrote: i guess it's a good execution of what he was going for, but i think it could have been a LOT better with some different actors

Jason M (it) wrote: I love this movie. Great music, funny, dramatic.

John H (ag) wrote: A very theatrical looking film which manages to do justice to a not very movie-able subject. Wherof we cannot speak therof we must remain silent?

Paul D (nl) wrote: This is early Carry On which still feels like a 50's Ealing comedy, the production style of the later more familiar 'On's' within this franchise can not be seen yet.

Raychol e (ag) wrote: a man escapes from an instatution not because he's mad but because of his past illness of amnesia, he dont know where he's going, he goes into the town near by to find the woman he marries later on he buys a house for them they have achild then one day on terms of bissnuse he leaves and to her supprise dosint come back she thinks he might be dead? there son dies at the age of 11 and he later on he hires her as a secretery and he dosint know her! will he ever remember? will they fall in love again? will she love another or try to get him back same for him? you'll nkow if u watch random harvest!

Ben W (kr) wrote: a visually dynamic film with sternbergs use of gothic set, oddly proportioned statues of grotesque men lining the walls and expressionist lighting. its less interesting on pretty much every other level, though diestrichs performance is fun at certain moments.

Rachel B (mx) wrote: Absolute favorite movie. Beyond brilliant.