Man Bites Dog
A camera crew follows a serial killer/thief around as he exercises his craft. He expounds on art, music, nature, society, and life as he offs mailmen, pensioners, and random people. Slowly he begins involving the camera crew in his activities, and they begin wondering if what they're doing is such a good idea, particularly when the killer kills a rival and the rival's brother sends a threatening letter.
- Stars:Benoît Poelvoorde, Jacqueline Poelvoorde-Pappaert, Nelly Pappaert, Hector Pappaert, Jenny Drye, Malou Madou, Willy Vandenbroeck, Rachel Deman, André Laime, Édith Le Merdy, Sylviane Godé, Zoltan Tobolik, Valérie Parent, Alexandra Fandango, Olivier Cotica,
- Director:Rémy Belvaux, André Bonzel, Benoît Poelvoorde,
- Writer:Rémy Belvaux (story), Rémy Belvaux (screenplay), André Bonzel (screenplay), Benoît Poelvoorde (screenplay), Vincent Tavier (screenplay)
A film crew follows a ruthless thief and heartless killer as he goes about his daily routine. But complications set in when the film crew lose their objectivity and begin lending a hand. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Man Bites Dog torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: This really is a fantastic movie. It is real, and manages to be both funny and charming, while widening up the scope of contemporary yoga culture for the audience.
(ag) wrote: It's a grim look at relationships, and probably for most, an all too real look.
(kr) wrote: Finally saw it to understand the hype. TERRIBLE! It made me seriously question the intelligence of the cast and the team. There is no middle ground in this film. The characters are confused - imagine what the audience must think. The supposedly "great" classroom scene - which was one of the big reasons why I wanted to see this film - was atrocious to say the least. Not to mention, idiotic. Skip this one.
(es) wrote: Not even the A list ensembles can save this wreck, go for Initial D instead.
(br) wrote: This film is decent, to say the most. To call it a masterpiece is too much... This biographical story revolves around a poor cleaner who turns out to have amazing artistic talent. It is the typical French tragedy, done with typical French cinematography. I never liked the character Seraphine much, although from time to time I sympathized with her. Her acting was unique. It was as if she was taken straight from a poor country into the studio, because there is NOTHING about her that resembles an actress, or a star. But, all in all, the movie was well done.
(mx) wrote: This was a truly beautiful movie. Cusack and Cusack together again for more drama and laughs. I am so glad the little child was not really a martian and that he didn't pull a K-Pax!
(ag) wrote: I remember seeing this film a few years ago and thought it wasn't to bad, but upon my second viewing I enjoyed it alot more, I think as you get older and grow things have different meaning, and I got alot more out of it than I did before. probably one of the best christmas film I've seen in a long time... I liked all the stories and the characters, it was a suprise that Chazz Palminteri directed this wonderful little film and what a great job he does very impressive...Paul walker was quite good one of his best performences... This is a must see if you enjoy a good christmas film with a great story.
(es) wrote: Great emotional film! Especially about love and baseball.
(ag) wrote: it should have been a part 2
(ru) wrote: One of the most quirky hellish depictions of adolescence ever put to screen. Todd Solondz gets highly memorable performances from his young actors, and makes one ponder why he hasn't made more films that work with child casts. It's also real and consistently hilarious, even when the humor is nearing pitch-black. Less disturbing than Happiness, and not nearly as flawed as his latter work, Welcome to the Dollhouse is an easy pick for Solondz' best film.
(it) wrote: "Nothing could touch me less than your affection."
(ag) wrote: Sidney Lumet's "Prince Of The City" is a sad, draining masterpiece. It's great because there are no heroes in this picture only those who rat on others. The main character of the film played by Treat Williams is going to have to rat on his partners since he is living dangerously in guilt. "Prince Of The City" seems to have insipired many crime drama pictures like Scorsese's "The Departed". What I greatly admired is Lumet sees the corruption within the police system, judges and lawyers seem to be bought and paid since they, too is guilty of the system. In TV shows police organizations is usually seen as the patriots of crime, the princes of the cities. In Sidney Lumet's picture the realities of corruption within the police force (or any organization) is disgusting as any terrible narcotic. The pigs of the city.
(jp) wrote: Still holds up as a great family film. The magical element combined with the WW2 scenario works well.