L'immortel

L'immortel

A retired mobster goes on a revenge spree after being left for dead with 22 bullets in his body by his former childhood friend.

Charly Mattei has turned a new leaf on his past as an outlaw. For the past three years he's been living a comfortable life and devoting himself to his wife and two kids. However, one winter morning, he's left for dead in the underground parking garage of Marseille's Old Port with 22 bullets in his body. Against all odds, he will not die. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Michael D (gb) wrote: Pretty good movie Robert Duvall is great as a crazy old cowboy with a wild hair. The young man was annoying a bit. Fun story

Gabe S (ag) wrote: That movie showed that if I had to watch a dance movie I would pick to watch step up and I hated all the step up series.

Krupa P (br) wrote: i love this movie!! i recommend it to everyone! it has such a good storyline, and great characters!

Tristan H (ag) wrote: This is perhaps my favorite of the Kim Possible films as they get to travel through time and you get to see our favorite villains such as Dr. Drakken, Monkey Fist etc. Ron Stoppable is forever my favorite character lol. Raven Symone, Tahj Mowry, and Kelly Ripa did great for their parts!

Ashley H (de) wrote: PT 109 is an excellent film. It is about President John F. Kennedy's war time experiences during which he captained a PT boat, took it to battle and had it sunk by a Japanese destroyer. Cliff Robertson and Ty Hardin give amazing performances. The screenplay is well written. Leslie H. Martinson did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama. PT 109 is a must see.

lucy w (gb) wrote: A love-story/docu-drama for intellectuals. Excellently made and directed by Resnais, with some interesting dialogues from Duras, and a chilling prologue that must still be one of the most effective "hommages" to the horror of Hiroshima.

ingeborg J (mx) wrote: Predicteble, you've seen it before!

Joanna D (us) wrote: Magnificent Artists in a truly exotic setting. Fun to follow and savor on many levels. I expected to love it and I did.

Ola G (ca) wrote: While praying at an altar with his traveling companion and fellow thief Malak (Tracey Walter), Conan (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is confronted by Queen Taramis (Sarah Douglas) of Shadizar, who tests the pair in combat with several of her guards. She tells him that she has a quest for him, but he initially refuses her until she uses her power to learn his greatest desire: his beloved Valeria. Promised Valeria's resurrection, Conan agrees to the quest which is to escort the Queen's niece, Jehnna (Olivia d'Abo), who destined to find a special jewel that can be used to obtain the jeweled horn of the dreaming god Dagoth. Conan and Malak are joined by captain of Taramis's guard Bombaata (Wilt Chamberlain), who is instructed to kill Conan once the jewel is obtained. Because the gem is secured in the fortress of a powerful wizard, Conan seeks the help Akiro (Mako), the Wizard of the Mounds who aided him before. After saving Akiro from a tribe of cannibals who plan to eat him to absorb his magic, Conan's group encounter Zula (Grace Jones), a powerful warrior and bandit being tortured by vengeful villagers. Freeing Zula at Jehnna's request, Conan accepts the indebted warrior's offer to join their quest. The group then sets out to find the jewel...John Milius, the director of "Conan the Barbarian" (1982) was unavailable to direct "Conan the Destroyer" (1984). The studio took a more active role than they had on the first film, which led to some serious mistakes, according to Schwarzenegger in his latest autobiography. After the phenomenon of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982), Universal thought Conan the Destroyer (1984) would make more money if it were family entertainment. Schwarzenegger argued against this change but they overruled him. Director Richard Fleischer agreed with Schwarzenegger, but complied with Universal's wishes to make Conan the Destroyer (1984) more like a comic book. Although it out-grossed Conan the Barbarian (1982), it didn't do as well in the US, because it was more family-friendly, just as Schwarzenegger and Fleischer feared. He later expressed the same fears in Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) when the Terminator was forbidden from killing anyone. Both Schwarzenegger and Dino De Laurentiis washed their hands of the series, with Schwarzenegger opting to only do contemporary movies from now on. The third film in the Conan trilogy had been planned for a 1987 release with the title Conan the Conqueror. The director was to have been either Guy Hamilton or John Guillermin. Arnold Schwarzenegger, however, was committed to the film Predator, and De Laurentiis's contract with the star had expired after his obligation to Red Sonja and Raw Deal, and he was not keen to negotiate a new one. The third Conan film thus sank into development hell. The script was eventually turned into Kull the Conqueror.turned into Kull the Conqueror. Grace Jones put two stuntmen in the hospital by accident with a fighting stick; she trained for 18 months to prepare for the film. "Conan the Destroyer" received mixed to negative reviews from critics. Despite some lukewarm critical response, the film succeeded at the box-office upon its 1984 release, grossing a respectable $31,042,035 in the U.S. and an additional $69 million in international markets, with the film grossing a combined total of $100,042,035. This success led Schwarzenegger, Fleischer, and De Laurentiis to team up again to make "Red Sonja" a year later; however, "Red Sonja" was a critical and commercial disappointment and ended Schwarzenegger's involvement in sword-and-sorcery films. "Conan the Destroyer" was nominated for two Razzie Awards, including Worst Supporting Actress and won Worst New Star for D'Abo. After the success of "Conan the Barbarian" it was written in stone that there would be a second one, then again Milius had already set out to do a trilogy, but as already mentioned, Milius didnt get to direct the second one and we got more of a family oriented Conan adventure. "Conan the Destroyer" is as campy as the first one, but theres maybe a glimpse of something better and I would actually give that credit to the fierce Zula, intensively played by Grace Jones. Shes great in her scenes in my opinion. Yes, theres more "jokes", more silliness with less violence and less sex/eroticism, which is quite Conan unlike so to say. Conan is made more silly and less the barbarian he is. Of course thats a minus. The plus in "Conan the Destroyer" are Grace Jones, Sarah Douglas and the cute Olivia d'Abo in her first role. In June 2013, Schwarzenegger said he still had plans to make "The Legend of Conan", so I assume then that we actually will be able to see a hopefully great Conan movie with the CGI of today.