Louis Lumière

Louis Lumière

Eric Rohmer leads a conversation with Jean Renoir and Henri Langlois on the art of filmmaker Louis Lumière. The cinematographic pioneer Lumière produced thousands of documentaries in the ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:66 minutes
  • Release:1968
  • Language:French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:france,   director,   archive,  

Eric Rohmer leads a conversation with Jean Renoir and Henri Langlois on the art of filmmaker Louis Lumière. The cinematographic pioneer Lumière produced thousands of documentaries in the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Damon G (kr) wrote: Interesting enough. Funny to see the weirdos who want to donate their wangs. The American guy is a real treat.

charles k (ag) wrote: this movie is almost word for word plagiarized from the novel "Kiss Me, Judas" by Will Christopher Baer, and the 'director' of this poor as piss handicam festival should be treated the same as anyone else who cheats, or steals. i would encourage anyone who is even remotely curious, or who doubts what i have to say to get the novel and read along with the movie. the discussion at IMDB has posts from people who have done precisely that. the book is worlds better, anyway. give a real artist your money.

Kyle B (nl) wrote: While I do admire the smart dialogue and bits of humor here and there, it lacks the makings of a standout movie from Noah Baumbach. I didn't enjoy it as much as Frances Ha.

Alex B (de) wrote: China as Third World capitalist purgatory/nightmare (like Great Depression U.S.A. or post-war or 19th Century Europe, like Russia or Brazil or Mexico). This is the reality. Brilliant film-making (scenes, characters, music, symbols, title, everything).

Jordan D (fr) wrote: Interesting, unique and entertaining Aussie philosophical comedy.

Gabor D (ru) wrote: Okay blood is so sacred in Tuva that they have to cut a slit in the sheep, reach in with their hand and sqeeze the heart to induce a massive heart attack - automatic 5 stars - okay the music and the premise of the story is great as well!!!!

Matthew C (it) wrote: Gattaca stand amongst the very best of what the sci-fi cinema has to offer. The story it tells and the plot it unfolds is truly a work of art. There is no doubt our world is getting closer to what Gattaca is presenting and there is a lot we can learn from it as it helps us visualize the consequences of such modern progress.

Leonardo d (gb) wrote: Una de mis preferidas!

Ken S (de) wrote: From the folks that brought "Re-Animator" comes another crazy gory modern adaptation of an H.P. Lovecraft tale. If you thought "Re-Animator" was weird...you had no idea how weird things can get. This is a crazy movie, it doesn't hold back and it is genuinely creepy from beginning to end. Stuart Gordon handles Lovecraft material well, and makes horror films that can be gross out gory, a little bit campy, yet remain unnerving and creepy. A far too often overlooked horror gem from the 80s.

Patrick A (ru) wrote: This movie gets more hate then it's deserved. It has some great moments, and overall the idea of a rouge general blowing up Western Germany and causing a global conflict doesn't seem too far fetch for the time. The overall weaknesses is the goofiness at times gets a little tiresome.

Conrad S (ru) wrote: I honestly believe that this one of the better batman movies ever made, as I see it less as a cheesy camp movie, and more as a serious story. Having never watched the TV show, I can't say how I think of it in comparison to that, but I can say that Adam West is a great batman, this robin is probably the best one in the whole of live action batmans, and all 4 villains are very entertaining. While it may look unbearably campy, once you watch it you tend to ignore the costume, and the constant messages about safety. A wonderful time capsule of what superhero movies used to be.

Ricardo V (de) wrote: El super clsico de todos los tiempos, el inolvidable vagabundo de Chaplin

Hobie P (ag) wrote: Probably the best one in the series for Eva Mendes but thats not saying anything cause the series is by far the worst franchise ever made. None of them are good.

SagaciousFrank (kr) wrote: I remember watching this years ago not long after its release and not thinking much of it. Now I've watched it again in high definition picture/audio, and perhaps because I've since watched many more films that are far worse, 'Snakes on a Plane' doesn't seem all that bad. That might sound like faint praise, but when I saw it again last night, I actually rather enjoyed it. The pacing is certainly good and keeps the momentum flowing and fun, and Samuel L. Jackson is his usual smooth and cool self, and the sleazy co-pilot is mildly amusing. There isn't much depth, but then that isn't the point of this movie, as the title would suggest. It's just good old fashioned corny fun that mostly works. 3.5/5