A cinematic homage to the Front Homosexual d'Action Révolutionnaire, the first gay rights movement in France, AllesandroAvellis' compassionate drama tells the tale of a young activist living in Paris when homosexuals had no place in society. The year is 1968; Marc is adrift in the city after failing in his efforts to gain national acceptance for gay rights. One day, during a park pick-up, he meets Andre, a small town factory worker still exploring his sexuality but convinced that he will one day marry and start a family. Over the course of the next three years, Marc and Andre continue their heated affair as Marc continues to advocate fiercely for gay rights while butting heads with his close-minded father, a Paris police officer.
A cinematic homage to the Front Homosexual d'Action Révolutionnaire, the first gay rights movement in France, AllesandroAvellis' compassionate drama tells the tale of a young activist living in Paris when homosexuals had no place in society. The year is 1968; Marc is adrift in the city after failing in his efforts to gain national acceptance for gay rights. One day, during a park pick-up, he meets Andre, a small town factory worker still exploring his sexuality but convinced that he will one day marry and start a family. Over the course of the next three years, Marc and Andre continue their heated affair as Marc continues to advocate fiercely for gay rights while butting heads with his close-minded father, a Paris police officer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Marko Z (it) wrote: Not interested in the slightest. Everything that comes off as a ripoff of the Diary of a wimpy kid, no thanks.
Matt M (fr) wrote: A portrait of Queen Elizabeth during the time of the death of Princess Diana. This is quite a sophisticated character examination, not least of all due to the excellent performance by Helen Mirren as the titular queen. Frears as usual provides a tasteful and elegant performance that is completely at easy with its uneasy and quasi controversial territorial delving. The Queen is after all examining an event that remains speculated about in Britain, but here it is dealt with rather tastefully. The art direction adds a sense of glamour to it all, while the screenplay reminds us that there is also a delicate hint of domestic drama in the story of the royal family behind the public scandals and tabloid nuisance.
Tom D (jp) wrote: The road trip is overdone and the footage from the 'mic' camera is positively weird, but his songs, his guitar playing and his performance are just stunning.
Paul N (kr) wrote: I've just watched the film and am sitting here now with the fire of inspiration in my heart. This is a marvelous portrait of a man and the profound ideas that are changing the world. What I found particularly liberating was the fact that the people behind these great revolutions - Mr. Sharp included - are decidedly human. One often imagines that change of such grand scale can be conjured and led only by near-superhuman characters, historic figures of great and rare charisma. This film reminds us of Margaret Mead's conviction that it is ordinary people that change the world - and of course it is Gene Sharp that provides us with a set of tools and tactics that can help us do just that.
Christina E (mx) wrote: Badly done. Horrible acting, bad lighting, awful camera angles, etc. But, the idea of a vampire baby was interesting...for about 10 minutes.
Zana C (kr) wrote: can i may i pleasa see it
Florian B (nl) wrote: Inspired by the book "Timescape". If you liked it, you should also watch the movie called timescape. Thrill seekers has more action, Timescape is quieter.
Tommy K (gb) wrote: The story, animation, songs and comical side characters are all great, but the female main protagonist is one of the absolute best and most revolutionary role models ever put on film. Major kudos to Disney for this!
Jonny B (mx) wrote: In 'Oleanna', a two-character drama, the beauty of the play and movie adaptation is that in it both of the characters are right and wrong. It's obviously stiff and stagey but the drama leaves no room for melodramatic scenes between the professor and his family. I haven't seen anyone top Macy and I had to study play extensively.
gary t (ru) wrote: WOW.....WOW....WOW.....WOW.....SO SO SO SO SO SO BAD MAN THIS MOVIE IS SO SO SO SO SO DREADFUL, IT IS SO BAD, WARNING THIS MOVIE CONTAINS STROBE LIGHTNING EFFECTS THROUGHOUT SOME SCENES THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE......MAN THE ONLY GREAT THING ABOUT THIS MOVIE IS JACK PALANCE (.R.I.P.), MAN THIS IS SO SO AWFUL, MAN THIS IS SO BAD, IT SUCH A COMPLETLEY WASTE OF TIME, IT IS A MIXTURE OF CULT CLASSICS/CRAP IT IS THAT BAD, ITS GOT GOOD GUN SHOOT OUTS THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE, ITS GOT A GOOD SOUNDTRACK THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE BUT MAN THIS IS SO SO SO AWFUL JUST AVOID THIS MOVIE AT ALL COSTS IT IS NOT RECCOMMENDED 2 WATCH IT IS SO SO SO BAD, JUST DO NOT WATCH THIS MOVIE IT IS THAT BAD......
Jake G (ru) wrote: This was a good movie but old the 80s
bill s (ru) wrote: Well written,directed character study that have the actors to pull of this wonderful heartfelt story.
Samantha S (mx) wrote: Joe Piscopo is a waste of space and steroids.
Samuel M (gb) wrote: El clsico de Mario Bava parece un total anacronismo por su acercamiento al terror clsico de la Universal, pero lo cierto es que parece tejer un puente entre este y lo que aportara al gnero la Hammer un dcada ms tarde.Aunque la trama es interesante, lo cierto es que la exagerada exposicin de su guin juega en contra de las posibilidades de filme de misterio que todos sus elementos tiene.La puesta en escena y la fotografa, por otro lado, son soberbias y ayudan a Bava a encontrar el tono macabro perfecto.Una pelcula que se debera tener en cuenta ms a menudo.
Keenan S (ag) wrote: Now, Voyager is basically a romantic version of the ugly duckling story, with Bette Davis's character starting off as an ugly, timid woman at the mercy of her controlling mother before gaining control of her own life and becomes a caring, beautiful, love-stricken woman after she finds love on a voyage. I loved the way it explored her character's life, and the drama that comes with it. It's a great romance film and one Davis's best films.
John S (nl) wrote: The Tramp meets a woman who is being abused by her employers, and he takes it upon himself to rescue her and whisk her away. Their life together is pleasant but things become complicated when The Tramp falls in love with the woman, but the woman falls for another. With The Tramp (1915), the short from Essanay, Charlie had taken his first step towards his unique genius, and with The Vagabond, he would take another step. But only just a step, it's not exactly a leap, like The Kid. The Tramp and The Vagabond (Man, Charlie like to use "The" in the titles of his films) were two of the very first films ever to display a mixture of comedy and pathos, which would become Charlie's trademark and he would later perfect in The Kid. The Vagabond comes close, but not as close as The Tramp or nearly as close as The Kid. But on it's own, The Vagabond is an extremely endearing and adorable film with some beautiful touching moments and a few laughs. But only a few. It's a smidge disappointing because the film isn't very funny. There are a couple or so pretty good moments, but overall it's a letdown. That being so, the film is still very cute and amusing so, the film isn't really boring, it just works better as a drama with some funny moments, rather than the level of his masterpieces which are a perfect combination of laughs and tears.
Karen H (br) wrote: 2016-07-16 goofy and kind of idiotic
Ethan P (ca) wrote: A beautifully animated and thrilling adventure that brings the ancient tale to life with ferocity and intelligence.
Jason E (ru) wrote: I really liked this movie. It was like if you mixed a teen movie with a few X files episodes. There was a lot of cool (but a bit overdone) death symbolism. The first scene with the plane was very cool.
Brett B (it) wrote: Schlocky but effective, IT! bears a very strong resemblance to Ridley Scott's ALIEN, and while it lacks the technical polish of that (admittedly superior) film, this is still a lot of fun. The cast is surprisingly strong, the alien design is kind of nifty (or charmingly hokey, one or the other...), and there's some genuine claustrophobic tension generated by director Cahn. Above average 1950's science fiction.