Les princes

Les princes

Feature film about Gypsies set out in the suburbs of Paris.

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Max S (ag) wrote: This is one of the best movies released in this century. It is a pity that it is only available on DVD that is dubbed into Italian and with Italian subtitles. It the original version Kurdish and Arabian are spoken, and it is subtitled in English. A trialer can be found on YouTube.

Jesper J (es) wrote: A lot of classic cars. Especially Volvos

Trevor K (ag) wrote: Smith gives a convincing turn as the solitary hero--it is something of a throwback to western themes, but within a modern wasteland. His canine companion Sam is an effecting support, and the scenes with the two of them are indelible; the pair are the best thing about this one, and remind one of Tom Hanks and Wilson in Cast Away; but of course Sam is living and breathing, and her interactions with Smith reveal the grace of perseverance and loyalty, and fighting for something beyond oneself, especially when the odds are daunting. In some ways the inhuman lead shows us the best of humanity.

Henrik S (nl) wrote: For some reason, this has been and keep being billed as a western and while it is definitely set in the post-Civil War era, it feels much more like a Coen-Esque take on a poetic fight between the "ideas" of good and evil, disguised as a long-winded, yet mesmerizing revenge thriller. Neeson and Brosnan both carry their weight very well in this. One thing I really enjoyed about this is the whole pondering on the question of guilt, there is not good guy or bad guy in here and the viewer's allegiance is likely to oscillate back and forth between the two factions. The film never puts the question of guilt and retribution into the ring to fight it out Hollywood-Climax style but instead, the whole conflict keeps bubbling and brooding beneath the surface of the white landscape like a river of magma just waiting to explore, but it never does, such is probably the best depicition of remorse, guilt, hate and bloodlust. As a film, this works quite well, Neeson and his gang are following Brosnan and both face lethal obstacles, the latter in form of the landscape and his forlorn struggle against the wild, while the former's team is being picked off by the hunted one by one, in true survival horror style. Towards the end, the lyrical undertone of the film becomes tangible, when Anjelica Huston's character turns up and the border between reality and mythological storytelling are being blurred, something that is being suggested by the title itself, a battle of fallen angels, both of which might stand for the concept of good and evil and the eternal struggle that can never be resolved and maybe it does not have to be. The supporting cast is solid, even though most of the characters in this film are dark-eyed recluses in a barren wasteland anyway, but Wincott and Lauter make for good screen time, although they could have had a more self-related agenda for the sake of storytelling. All in all, a philsophical film in the pelt of a modern western poem with two great leads and great shots of the frontier landscape(s).

Brendan H (nl) wrote: Without a shadow of a doubt the worst movie I've seen this year. Segal dog-paddles his way to victory as only he can. I didn't expect anything & it sure as shit didn't deliver anything.

Amar K (nl) wrote: Hungarian Masterpiece, consisting of 39 shots and 3.7 minutes as an average shot length, is surreal and nightmarish. Part of us totally agrees when highly discussed Actor-Director Bela Tarr says: "I despise stories, as they mislead people into believing that something has happened. In fact, nothing really happens as we flee from one condition to another."

Karin B (es) wrote: Mediocre performance off otherwise competent actors.

Andrew H (it) wrote: Very well made, a clear inspiration for the visual style of Trainspotting. Matt Dillon's perfect for the role and he gives a great performance, but the movie gets way too cheesy towards the end.

Tara G (ca) wrote: I have watched this movie earlier today. I had learned of it by hearing of dance moves being copied by a singer and the choreography in her music videos these past few years. Anyways I decided to watch just for the known choreography (I enjoy watching dancing; and I like Shirley MacLaine esp. after seeing the movie "The Children's Hour"). Well as I was beginning to watch the movie, I did not like it because I could not understand the point of the story including the dancing. As the movie went on, the story shown through. It is a cute coming to age/life story. I really enjoy the movie, even with some of the dancing just appearing all of a sudden. I can relate to the story (as well as other viewers) because that feeling of love and how it could give you great joy and more. Or it can hurt you. Like the quote at the very end (and which I really like): "Charity lives hopefully ever after".

Fernando C (gb) wrote: this is Hardy at his best!! he is pure dinamite on screen, with such great charisma, he makes Bronson a terryfing but likeable character.

Jacob B (es) wrote: A tremendously entertaining entry within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Guardians of the Galaxy delivers the stellar action sequences...and then some. Boasting humour, stunning visuals with Rocket Racoon and Groot being wonderfully realized and a pleasantly retro soundtrack that even kids who were raised within the 21st century who like the same songs about sex will enjoy. Each actor's performance is great and they seem to become the character. Why is it that Vin Diesel's most critically acclaimed films are the ones where he's someone who isn't much of a talker and has generally limited vocabulary. You'll see what I mean if you read my review of The Iron Giant. I highly anticipate the sequel and can't wait to see what role the Guardians will play in stopping Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War. Like most of the entries, whether they be cinematic or televised, within the MCU, you don't really need to be familiar with the comics to enjoy this movie. The film can be enjoyed as a stand-alone movie. To compare this movie with Star Wars is just plain ridiculous. This one manages to stand on its own. I may have seen neither Slither nor Super...yet but you've amazed me by showing us your cinematic gifts with this movie James Gunn.

Richard R (br) wrote: Silly, yes. Pointless, yes. Memorable for it's laughable dialogue and awful special effects, yes. Endearing none the less and a guilty pleasure to enjoy once or twice in a lifetime.