Lisa and the Devil
Lisa is a tourist in an ancient city. When she gets lost, she finds an old mansion in which to shelter. Soon she is sucked into a vortex of deception, debauchery and evil presided over by housekeeper
- Stars:André Bacqué, Abel Gance, René d'Auchy, Amélie de Pouzols, Mary Brunel, Madeleine Sézanne, Fabienne Fabrèges, Jeanne Marie-Laurent, Léonce Perret, Valentine Petit, Telly Savalas, Elke Sommer, Sylva Koscina, Alessio Orano, Gabriele Tinti, Eduardo Fajardo, Alida Valli, Franz von Treuberg, Kathy Leone, Espartaco Santoni,
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Rathi G (ru) wrote: Superb movie. From start to end (open titles to closing titles even). No one who likes children should miss it.
Ccile P (jp) wrote: Avec la l (C)gret (C) d'un (C)l (C)phant, Klapisch aligne les clich (C)s et un propos manich (C)en navrant ne sachant trop comment orienter son film dont la fin est absolument ridicule. Heureusement, Lellouche et Viard sont parfaits
Shane M (gb) wrote: Not the greatest post apocalyptic movie, but not the worst either.The story could have been tightened up, what took them nearly three hours to do should not have even taken two and a half hours.The idea of a con man accidentally restarting society (or has he?) is actually very inspired. There are even a few points in the film that I thought the acting was great, but most of the time I thought it was just average. There are also a few points that the film looks like it is trying too hard, especially when it is showing us how evil the villain is supposed to be.It is not as bad as the critics will have you believe, but you can do better.
Lensa H (ru) wrote: Luv kareena in this movie as a lawyer. She was great. Akshay was great. PC was okay.
Kristen L (us) wrote: This is a pretty funny lighthearted movie, steeped in Canadian culture. Unique and creative storyline.
Dallas D (ca) wrote: This is one of those movies that i'm not sure if anyone really remembers. I gave it four stars, not because i think it was oscar worthy by any stretch of the imagination, but because something about it tickles my fancy.
Ryan B (es) wrote: Iconic. Legendary. Light years ahead of it's time in it's raw and honest depiction of life in America.
Marcus G (ru) wrote: Howie Mandel is a man raised by wolves. Hilarity ensues! Kind of...
Kade C (jp) wrote: Action, adventure, and humor. All things done perfectly in the first Indiana Jones film. Nothing beats the amount of excitement Raiders brings to the screen, with Harrison Ford arguably giving the best performance of his career. A classic that will stand the test of time.
Andy W (fr) wrote: Gave up after 25 mins of watching this flatly directed/shot, badly scripted and performed fluff. The fact that the DVD case couldn't explain the story says it all. And the UK Film Council funded this - no wonder...
Christopher B (br) wrote: The torment of PTSD haunts a civilian survivor for decades afterward. Steiger and director Sidney Lumet were both nominated for several awards, and won a few of them in Europe. In 2008 this film was awarded a place on the National Film Registry - well deserved.
Martin T (it) wrote: A tad simplistic, and predictable in the way that all fables are pretty predictable, but interesting in a Bunuel-ripoff kind of way.
Alexandre R (jp) wrote: Dans cette premire partie du diptyque final de Lang en sol amricain, trois journalistes se battent pour l'obtention d'un poste de chef ditorialiste en tentant de s'arracher des scoops sur une srie de meurtres en cours. Pendant ce temps, un quatrime journaliste, qui refuse quant lui de participer la comptition, dchiffre peu peu en solo le mystre de l'identit du meurtrier, alors qu'il essaie de jongler entre les jeux de pouvoir et sa jeune et jolie fiance.Ouf! Voil un scnario qui a du mal trouver son point central. On passe d'une intrigue une autre sans trop de fil conducteur, sans trop savoir laquelle est la plus importante et quels sont les enjeux rels. Lang ici ne semble pas tout fait matre de son matriel. Il y a normment de filons laisss pendants et les ficelles sont parfois immenses (deux personnages importants habitent dans le mme difice, l'un en face de l'autre, et ce sans jamais paratre sans apercevoir). L'intrigue avec le meurtrier est en soi assez risible, en particulier la scne o le personnage de Dana Andrews dballe toute sa psychologie en direct la tlvision. Sans parler du petit ct Norman Bates qui est lanc la sauvette sans jamais tre dvelopp...Mais bon, si mon opinion parat essentiellement ngative, c'est bien parce que mes attentes taient leves. Lang tait paul par une superbe distribution: Dana Andrews, Rhonda Fleming, Ida Lupino, George Sanders, John Barrymore Jr, et j'en passe. Il est donc clair qu'au niveau du jeu, c'est peu de choses prs impeccable. La performance de Barrymore manque un peu de subtilit, mais quelque chose dans sa physionomie fait de lui un maniaque plutt convaincant malgr tout. On peut se demander ce qui s'est pass pour que Lang ne dploie pas toute sa force avec un scnario au potentiel incroyable. Encore des exigences de producteurs? Cette fois-ci, j'en doute. Une puration et une dernire mise au propre auraient t de mise avant de tourner. Mais qu'on se le tienne pour dit: le film, dans l'ensemble, est assez bon. Il n'est pas toujours des plus crdibles, mais il est divertissant. Certains moments forts de ralisation rappellent mme "M le maudit". Mais en dfinitive, l'oeuvre souffre d'un scnario dcousu qui aurait gagn tre revu une dernire fois.
Eliabeth F (es) wrote: I LOVE Ginger Rogers. She was a great dancer & comedien.
Jesse W (ag) wrote: With flowing animation, breathtaking visuals, amazing voice acting, and a story that will hypnotize you, How To Train Your Dragon is my favorite animated movie of the 21st century. It is different from the book in almost every conceivable way, but it's far better. I read the series as a child, and I can honestly say this movie is superior to its novel counterpart.
N M (fr) wrote: Deeply disturbing movie about Hollywood - my husband and I got in a fight during a desert break and decided it was because the movie had completely unsettled us. Great acting, which is absolutely essential for such a raw script. Hollywood and the rich and famous life has never looked so unappealing.
Allan C (jp) wrote: Larry Cohen, a white writer/director, made what's considered the seminal blaxploitation film "Black Ceasar", staring the great Fred Williamson in his breakout role. Williamson plays Tommy Gibbs, a tough kid from the mean streets of harlem. The film opens with Gibbs as a kid being mistreated by racist cops, but most of the film takes place years later with Gibbs, now an adult, slowly building his criminal empire, fighting racist cos and bigoted Italian mafiosos. What Cohen has die with "Black Caesar" is taking an old wine and put it into an new bottle. Cohen crafted a story that is essentially an old 1930s Warner Bros crime picture (i.e. ""Public Enemy," "Little Caesar,j" "Angels With Dirty Faces" etc.) and transplanted it to 1970s New York with a black cast and peppered with social commentary. It's Cohen's social commentary that set his films apart from bring simple genre pictures, whether he was doing blaxploitation, mainstream action or horror films, he consistently presented his films with a point go view and had something (usually liberal) to say. But back to "Black Caesar" credit also needs to be given to Williamson as a huge on screen presence and who's charisma makes Tommy Gibbs utterly compelling. You also get the colorful D'Urville Martin as a childhood fried of Gibbs who's now a priest and also a sneering Art Lund as a racist cop who crippled one of Gibbs' legs as a teen and who's now worked his way up the chain of command. Big props also go to the James Brown songs sprinkled throughout the film.