Les couloirs du temps: Les visiteurs II
Knight Godefroy has to return to our time from 1023 to get back the sacred jewels that Jacquouille has taken to the 20th century.
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Farah R (us) wrote: A captivating story with thrilling sequences to the last minute. Although it has a few flaws and loop holes, it still remains captivating and enjoyable.
Martin G (nl) wrote: Pour un film petit budget c'est tout de mme trs bien ralis, Bon acting et quelques scnes sanglantes mais sinon le scnario manque pour en faire un film vraiment intressant. Bon effort quand mme
William W (es) wrote: 'No Blood No Tears' is the only film I've seen so far of Ryoo's (and I had never heard of it; I simply found it for $3 at a department store that was going out of business, thought it looked interesting and decided to take a chance on it). It was a very satisfying blind-buy, a contemporary and Asian spin on the 'Thelma and Louise' motif. The action and comedic touches are surefire, and the irony of who ends up with the loot was compelling. The friendship mix of the two women (older night owl taxi driver who's deadbeat ex-husband owes everybody money and makes her life miserable, and who desperately wants to find her daughter, with the young girlfriend of a ex-boxer hood who likes to beat her to a pulp) who desperately need each other is well-written and portrayed, and there is truly something for everybody in this successful entry in the legion of Quentin Tarantino/Guy Ritchie-inspired films of the past generation...
bill s (es) wrote: Breuer and Chappelle are funny as hell together and my only complaint is why not more of these two.
Jason K (ru) wrote: Saw It In 9th Grade And It Was beautiful
Alimuaman A (gb) wrote: srk is the best.onek din por dekhlam ..:))
Matan S (au) wrote: You don't know nothin' about Laurence Fishburne or Christopher Walken unless you've seen King of New York (NOW on Net Flix, wink wink).
Jamie D (nl) wrote: I thought this movies was SO funny. But, I'll never be able to see it again because it's never coming to DVD.
Peter F (us) wrote: Martin Scorsese's best film? Certainly his most influential, cause Quentin Tarantino and John Woo have both taking more than a few cues from this baby. The fact that it's still so unsettling in this day of no-holds-barred-blood-letting films says a lot, too.
Patryk C (au) wrote: Some would say that it's a bit too much of the William Powell Myrna - Loy marathon, but the unquestionable charm and elegance of the characters make the last installment in the series highly watchable. Even though Song of the Thin Man doesn't really offer anything new in the way of developing a story, and it's even more predictable than the previous chapters, it still offers a few amusing scenes and a very decent music score, which plays so beautifully with the whole mystery case.
David H (de) wrote: I saw the trailer for this movie and it was a whole lot more intense and adrenaline-pumping then I would have originally thought. Being a guy who likes that kind of stuff, I hope that the movie is just as promising.
Christine D (us) wrote: Odd that this is the first time watching this but what a great story and a definite must watch of Tom Clancy's other novels that became movies.
Edgar C (kr) wrote: Oh, how preposterous those close encounters of the fourth kind can be, hehe. Rydstrom references Tin Toy discreetly and grabs the protagonist of Ratatouille for his portrayal of alien lunacy, the irony being found in the "stereotype" of alien races being supposedly smarter than the human being. Cool short film that displays 2,000 switches of fun. 75/100