Love on the Riviera
It is Summer. It is the right time for love, especially in a most romantic place as Golfo del Tigullio. Different stories: Dorina looking for a rich lover; Clara who takes a fancy to the young Walter while her daughter Lina tries to save her; Aristarco who gave up his career to follow Ada's, but who likes Jacqueline; Renata who is offered by her husband to Ferrari to get money; Marcello who, extraditing Micheline to France, misses the train and falls in love with her.
- Stars:Alberto Sordi, Michèle Morgan, Marcello Mastroianni, Sylva Koscina, Gabriele Ferzetti, Dorian Gray, Franca Marzi, Lorella De Luca, Franco Fabrizi, Ennio Girolami, Jorge Mistral, Dany Carrel, Anita Allan, Lamberto Antinori, Ignazio Leone,
- Country:Italy, France
- Director:Gianni Franciolini,
- Writer:Sergio Amidei, Edoardo Anton, René Barjavel, Ennio Flaiano, Gianni Franciolini, Alberto Moravia (screenplay), Alberto Moravia (story), Rodolfo Sonego,
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Love on the Riviera torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Just when you thought it all ended after number 4, We get number 5 and it's not half as bad as you think, There are a few good laughs to be had but most are silly and miss the mark, Charlie Sheen is good (As always) But underused, A pretty poor ending, Please let it be the last.
(kr) wrote: It's an interesting story, but it doesn't make too good of a movie. There isn't enough character development and the scenes feel loosely connected. It has some nice action scenes and thrilling moments, but in the end it's just a rather bland film.
(de) wrote: A remake of the surperior 1966 version, the cast here is decent but the overacting is plentiful. It tries to hard to take different sterotypes, stick em together and make it work. All to predictable of course and the cheesy dialogue doesn't help.Effects are decent but it's an average film overall.plane goes down, people fight to rebuild plane, egos collide, they come together, they succeed.A success story we have seen all too many times.
(ag) wrote: Ive become a bit of a fan of Shane Meadows films of late and this, though lacking much of a plot, is right up there with the rest of his canon of work. Quirky, bittersweet performances all-round - though Rhys Ifans' downtrodden Dek steals every scene he's in.
(de) wrote: Terribly underrated Disney film. Atlantis boasts a strong cast as well as a bunch of memorable characters on screen. Beautifully written and great animation make this one a can't-miss movie.
(de) wrote: Spike Lee is as effective here as he is ineffective. He beats you over the head toward the end that it loses what satirical creditability it had to begin with. He reaches high and barely breaks even.
(au) wrote: it was an ok movie, but it could have been better, Richard Gere starred in it, I loved this movie, I would love it on DVD, Laura Dern, Farrah Fawcett, Shelley Long and Helen Hunt starred in it
(mx) wrote: tense and thrilling, shocking and interesting. pollack is great. it focuses on all aspects of the "war mentality." depressing as much as it is intriguing.
(nl) wrote: Dis is my most favorite movie in a beautiful love story.
(nl) wrote: There are a few movies from the past that I rate as absolute classic Kids or Family movies. Things like The Sandlot. This is right up there with them.Viewing critically, I think the only bad thing about this movie is some weak child acting, but kids won't notice that and adults will be too busy being amazed by Dustin Hoffman playing the best Captain James Hook ever to grace the screen.Filled with quotable moments, it's a perfect movie for resuscitating your inner child.
(fr) wrote: idk what the fuk thiz iz... I'm really confused... wow... I guess I would see it just to find out what the hell the storyline iz all about
(gb) wrote: ernest p worrell 's first film in the series has a lot of dumb but funny moments.
(nl) wrote: great movie great books
(kr) wrote: Bu filmin varligindan bile haberim yoktu. Keklik'im bildirdi de sagolsun, ben de yillar once hayran hayran okudugum kitabin sayfalarini teker teker tekrar cevirmis oldum...
(gb) wrote: Love this movie...Have watched it so many times.
(ca) wrote: Laughable chaos and confusion are inevitable due to the incompetent methods of our carry on team's dating system, one of the gentler carry on's.
(jp) wrote: Great movie. Because this is an animated project, the creators were able to tell this story properly, and did so with wonderful animation, style, and a talented voice cast that performed their characters well, especially McKenzie and Cranston.
(au) wrote: Unfortunately the 'Powers that be' in the UK have stopped showing these Clint Eastwood Classics on the TV. And they are now difficult to find. I remember seeing this one in the Cinema and thought it was superb.
(mx) wrote: San Andreas Quake is basically a rip off of San Andreas. However it has its own small differences here and there, and there is some hidden references to the movie too. The movie is quite up beat and keeps the viewer interested. Despite this, the downfall is that the CGI is extremely poor, and the acting could be much better.
(gb) wrote: This is one of my favorite Hitchcock movies - it has a fantastic premise and cast, and also one of his very best murder scenes (and that's saying something!) Hitchcock uses great economy in the first half of the film; right out of the chute two strangers meet on a train, and one proposes the 'perfect murder', one in which there is no apparent motive because the two simply 'criss cross' murders for each other.Robert Walker is absolutely perfect as the sociopath who proposes this scheme to the straight-laced tennis player, played well by Farley Granger. He wants his overbearing father out of the picture, and knows that Granger wants a divorce from his wife, having done his homework. Granger politely declines, and while his motivation increases when his adulterous wife (Laura Elliot) manipulatively tells him she no longer wants to split from him in the next scene, he still wants no part of murder. However, in the very next scene Walker goes forward with his 'end of the bargain' anyway, stalking Elliot at a carnival in an outstanding sequence. She's aware of him staring at her and even flirts with him a little bit, and as he follows her through the Tunnel of Love out to 'Magic Isle' it's seriously spine-tingling. Hitchcock shows her getting strangled in a reflection from her glasses which have fallen to the ground. These first few scenes, from the train to Magic Isle, are a masterpiece.Granger is of course horrified to hear about this, and while he intends to move on to woman he's already been seeing (Ruth Roman), he doesn't intend on committing a murder he never agreed to. Walker begins stalking him and putting pressure on him, and there are fantastic scenes at the Jefferson Memorial (him staring down a distance and high up on the stairs), as well as at a tennis match (the crowd following a volley, turning their heads back and forth; Walker staring straight ahead at Granger). It is true that the film slows down slightly in the second half, but it's by no means 'slow' - there are several other great scenes, we feel real tension as Granger finds himself mired in a creepy lunatic's fantasy come to life (channeling Hitchcock's 'wrong man' theme), and it has a thrilling climax, but I won't spoil it any further. I have to say I loved the spunky character played by Patricia Hitchcock, the director's daughter, and it's a shame she didn't get more work as an actor. It's also a shame that Robert Walker died at age 32, shortly after the film's release. He certainly lives on in this role, and this film more than stands the test of time. Excellent.