In occupied France during the Franco-Prussian War, a young French laundress shares a coach ride with several of her condescending social superiors. But when a Prussian officer holds the coach over, social standings are leveled and integrity and spirit are put to the test
- Stars:Simone Simon, John Emery, Kurt Kreuger, Alan Napier, Helen Freeman, Jason Robards Sr., Norma Varden, Romaine Callender, Fay Helm, Edmund Glover, Charles Waldron,
- Director:Robert Wise,
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(mx) wrote: It brings to light the very sad issue of child prostitution but I didn't like the ending.
(nl) wrote: This movie is terrible. Bad acting, Bad direction, and a terrible plot that doesn't follow the game its based off and instead turns it into a Resident Evil rip-off with a First Person POV scene in the climax that just felt lazy and tacked-on to "notify" the audience that this film is based on the one most influential games and one of the very best First Person Shooters of ALL TIME (if not THE best). Sure, some of the quotes might be memorable in some consent, but everything else about the film is just bad. It's so bad, it stinks like rotten meat, not worthy of any fat reward.Genetic experiments? Seriously? Doom is all about killing demons in Phobos, Deimos and Hell itself with an arsenal ranging from shotguns to the iconic BFG-9000, not this fragging lab experiment bullshit! Overall, in my opinion (and possibly to many fans of Doom), This movie is a DISGRACE to the Doom franchise as it has barely anything to do with Doom (or Doom 3 for that matter)No offense of me being a stubborn swine, but to me, it feels like the people who have ranked this film higher has never even played Doom before.
(ru) wrote: Ben Stiller and Chris Rock steal the movie! Madagascar is worth a family view!
(es) wrote: It is interesting that this movie portrait the effect of what is going on here in USA
(ru) wrote: I love running, and I think this movie has been done well. But for my family & friends that don't run, this movie held absolutely no interest. They quickly got bored, unfortunately.
(us) wrote: It is well-realized that the western genre has become a real scarcity in modern Hollywood, but within that scarcity is another scarcity: the "fun western". The few westerns that Hollywood still churns out occasionally are of the "Oscar western" variety; serious westerns, i.e. UNFORGIVEN and TRUE GRIT, that feature complex themes and characterizations. I don't mean to slight those films at all, but the rollicking western adventure is has strong entertainment value, and it's a shame that there's so very few. QUIGLEY DOWN UNDER is one such entertainment-focused western adventure that may be fluff, but it's such damn good fluff. Selleck is very suitable as the archetypal cowboy hero, but it's Rickman who steals the show as the coolly sadistic land baron villain. The weak link in the mix is San Giacomo as the tragic Crazy Cora who's maybe a little overly crazy at times and becomes a bit annoying and awkward.
(nl) wrote: A great horror cheese fest from the moment you hear that intro music.
(us) wrote: This was actually a surprising movie for Chuck Norris. A mix of sci-fi/kung-fu/action isn't what you would expect from Chuck Norris.A mental patient goes crazy and kills some people then gets gunned down by the cops. Of course some scientists bring him back to life and make him stronger. He then goes back on a killing spree.Chuck Norris is the sheriff who saves the day while he also knocks around the gang that tries stirring up trouble.There was quite a bit of nudity, good action and a fun Chuck Norris movie.
(gb) wrote: Unexpectedly entertaining. Cooking with his mom, who is properly shy for the camera.
(us) wrote: Great shots, no inter-titles (rather astonishing), fine acting, but for whatever reason I didn't feel any resonance. I suppose part of it is the stupid ending that stretches on for over 10 minutes, but also I failed to relate to the importance of the uniform, I understand now that's big in Germany, but not to me, I'd happily work as a bathroom attendant at that age if it meant not having to stand in the rain and lift heavy objects, what the heck.
(fr) wrote: The same premisse as Grand piano, where the lead is forced to do things because of death threats. Here it is a formula driver forced to race and chase in the city. The car body count is the highest ever. Preposterous story to see lots of edgy car and moto stunts.
(nl) wrote: 4/4Emotionally shattering drama about prizefighter Jake La Motta, who fought no worse enemy than himself. He slowly destroys his life by obsessive jealously. No movie has ever captured anger or jealously so beautifully on screen; some movie buffs (myself included) consider this to be the greatest film ever made. Full-bore, non-stop compelling direction plays viewer's emotions like a harp, delivering one painful scene after another, with dazzling (though brutal) boxing sequences. Opening is hypnotic, finale is perhaps the most devastating moment on celluloid. Robert De Niro gives the most devoted performance in movie history (he gained 60 pounds for the role). This masterpiece was also stunningly photographed and edited for maximum impact. Final note: Scene with De Niro and Pesci arguing in front of a broken TV is the single greatest acted scene ever.