Leur morale... et la nôtre

Leur morale... et la nôtre


On peut être un couple de bons Français, toujours amoureux, parents modèles, travailleurs et économes jusqu'à la manie et écouler au noir dans le sous-sol de sa villa de Béziers hyper sécurisée, des godasses de son ancien magasin et des produits "satisfaits ou remboursés" qu'on détourne dans tous les supermarchés de la région. A chacun sa morale ! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Leur morale... et la nôtre torrent reviews

julie a (ag) wrote: a must see movie and watch again and again

Nathan E (ag) wrote: Entertaining. Enough said.

MEC r (ca) wrote: I didn't like this film.

Niklas J (ag) wrote: While Valentine doesn't stand out from the mass of slasher movies in general, it does have one extraordinary thing that gives it that extra star and takes it above so many other horror films: The characters actually seems at a normal IQ unlike most teen horror movies where the characters needs an IQ of 60 for the plot to work. But beyond that, it doesn't have much to offer out of the ordinary for a slasher movie.

Stevie S (br) wrote: Yup. this movie and Stepmom are what fed the monsters in my nightmares as a child. (monsters being creeper angels and crying middle-aged women)

Eric N (us) wrote: Pretty much one of the best movies of the decade - outrageous I didn't see it until 2014. Makes for a good follow-up to one of the best tv series ever made - John Adams (HBO)

RiP M (ca) wrote: Extremely well-made, visceral mix of real footage and biographical narrative gives authentic sense of "you are there" without sentiment.

Benjamin N (au) wrote: There are a few really great scenes, and Bridges looks the part through and through. But the movie delves into alot of unneccessary territory, and it all feels like a boring play. Too bad, could have been a great movie with the talent and subject matter involved.

Scott C (ag) wrote: Martin Campbell directed this?! Wow! This was a weird little sic-fi flick. Didn't really do it for me.

Charles P (jp) wrote: Mr. Pacino is riveting in this film, possessed with a madcap dynamism to play a strange, suspicious character who is both of self-assured and self-loathing.

James H (ag) wrote: A delightful classic, Marie Dressler, as always is wonderful. It balances drama and comedy very well. Great supporting cast. Well produced.