Mademoiselle C

Mademoiselle C

A documentary focused on former Vogue Paris editor-in-chief and fashion stylist Carine Roitfeld.

A documentary focused on former Vogue Paris editor-in-chief and fashion stylist Carine Roitfeld as she moves to New York to launch her own magazine. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mademoiselle C torrent reviews

Zahid C (br) wrote: Day: TuesdayDate: 1 Jul 2014Time: 10.00 pmWith: MaaOn: HDTV

Michael L (br) wrote: Quoting author Jim Thompson in your film will not make your film a work of Jim Thompson no matter how much you try. Such is the problem with BAD TURN WORSE a derivative film with very little talent on display. Where a writer like Thompson, or the filmmakers who have made some pretty terrific films from his books, would attest--it all takes guts and blood and making your audience feel the pain and amorality on display. Directors Simon and Zeke Hawkins generate no feeling, no mood, only surfaces. It feels like a film made by people who want to honor Thompson when in fact, they've never even read him.

Dan O (ag) wrote: Not the best Christmas movies out there, mainly because it focuses too negatively on some subjects, but the likable characters, and strong performances, make you feel good while watching this little holiday treat.

angel m (ru) wrote: A mortician's son who is in love with his shrink's daughter, goes on a killing rampage to the the sounds of Mozart... Bill Paxton Makes this classic Comedy Horror I Lauphed my Ashland off ..

Marcia D (ru) wrote: [font=Lucida Sans Unicode]Maybe you're not old enough to remember [i]The Power [/i]by Frank M. Robinson. ( I understand it's been updated and re-released - they tried to change some of the anacronysms.) That's not the point, really. The book had the most marvelous premise - someone with super powers uses them for ill (unlike X men, Superman, Spiderman, etc. ). The book was so memorable that, fifty years later, when I saw the Indie Movie [i]Sidekick, [/i]I immediately thought of [i]The Power.[/i][/font][font=Lucida Sans Unicode][/font] [font=Lucida Sans Unicode][i]Sidekick[/i] is, admittedly, rough around the edges. I understand it was shot with a hand held camera. The acting is, at times, less than professional (except for Baldwin brother Daniel, who eerily sounds like his older sib Alec), and, because it was shot in Canada, several actors occasionally slip and say "aboot" instead of about. [/font][font=Lucida Sans Unicode][/font] [font=Lucida Sans Unicode]But it moves along and engrosses the viewer and is blessedly short (87 minutes) at a time when movies are getting longer and longer. The writer(s) must have read Robinson's classic because the premise is similar. But now other elements are brought in - the comic book subculture of IT nerds, an exegesis of good versus evil, and the stereotypical corporate world.[/font][font=Lucida Sans Unicode][/font] [i]Sidekick [/i]provides the perfect counterpoint to the current resurgence of superhero movies. Suffice to say, just as there were surprises in [i]The Power,[/i] there are surprises in [i]Sidekick. [/i]

Mark S (kr) wrote: Recommended by Xopiva.

Tod C (jp) wrote: One of the best in my lifetime. Highly recommended.

Brandon T (au) wrote: A rather excellent adaptation of the Arthur Miller play. After having read the script, this production struck me as mostly well-cast and acted. The story itself is a very interesting look at how different people react to unexplainable horrors like the Nazi occupation. Heavy stuff.

Christopher S (kr) wrote: Atmospheric suspense classic from writer-director Bryan Forbes. It gets off to a slow start, and remains deliberate throughout, but a smart, original story, superb performances by Kim Stanley and Richard Attenborough as rich, well-drawn characters, moody black and white cinematography, and a great, eerie score by John Barry make it consistently engrossing and compelling. A somewhat forgotten classic that deserves to be wider known.

John H (ca) wrote: One of Wayne's best films.

Matthew R (ag) wrote: Interesting movie with a unique twist.

Lucy H (mx) wrote: Good film lots of twists and turns

Paul P (de) wrote: A great cast deliver the goods in an otherwise slight tale. The characters are not particularly likeable and their actions and motivations are questionable from beginning to end. Both Penn's do a great job up front as do Harry Dean Stanton and Gandolfini (playing a right sleaze). Travolta is also fine in a smaller but pivotal role. Ultimately, the story doesn't really go anywhere, never the less it's always interesting.

Brandon S (fr) wrote: The action is big and fun, but everything else is deeply rooted in absurdity without the charm and self-awareness of the original. I never thought I'd say this, but Rob Cohen's directorial presence is missed here.