Mode de Paris
At the end of the First World War, women had a strong desire to assert themselves and claim their femininity. The twenties were therefore a genuine turning point in the history of fashion. Young women would be daring for the first time. They adopted tomboy cuts, shortened their skirts, burned their corsets and accessorised.
At the end of the First World War, women had a strong desire to assert themselves and claim their femininity. The twenties were therefore a genuine turning point in the history of fashion. Young women would be daring for the first time. They adopted tomboy cuts, shortened their skirts, burned their corsets and accessorised. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Mode de Paris torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Really enjoyed this film nice, easy and sweet viewing and then the end ....oh the end caught me off guard completely. Such a moving end to the film.
(kr) wrote: Wow wow wow, was this film a treat. I am a huge fan of stop motion animation and Panique au village may just be one of my new favorites. Imagine a film where your old cowboy and indian toys (green army men-esque) lived in their own hilarious and topsy turvy world. Where a character who is a horse is name Horse, where characters known only as Cowboy and Indian have problems constructing a barbecue. This is a film that will make you and your friends smile and laugh at all the crazy situations the citizens of this town get into. Have a double feature with Fantastic Mr. Fox and Panique au village and have the frame by frame time of your life!
(ru) wrote: Good flic, more for the girls. Clean, no bad language.
(ca) wrote: As other comments say, it's not really about Blackbeard. The acting wasn't terrible and the plot is satisfactory and the action scenes were more interesting than I expected. There is a fair amount of cheesy romance though.
(es) wrote: A terrific low-budget comedy.
(ag) wrote: All girls should be able to relate to this movie. Girl falls for wrong guy, girl tries to do whatever it takes to keep guy interested, girl doesn't know what she is missing with dorky good guy, etc. This was a cute movie, but it wasn't overly exciting.
(mx) wrote: Entertaining and light hearten and very heart warming. But storyline is not very fresh
(jp) wrote: This was a delightful film. I saw it at a film festival at UCSD many years ago, and it certainly had the audience laughing.
(it) wrote: When you combine Shakespeare with the devilish charm of Vincent Price, you get this forgotten horror gem.
(ru) wrote: Oliver Barrett IV comes from a rich family but lacks confidence in his intelligence even though he excels in school. Jenny comes from a poor family but is full of personality and intelligence and is very blunt with people. This is Love Story, and it's a good one at that.The film doesn't hold back. It throws us into the focus of the film in the very first scene when Oliver is arguing with the school librarian, who happens to be none other than Jenny. They are an odd match since Jenny pressures him into buying her coffee with the attitude that she gives him (and he returns the attitude). They do begin to flirt though pretty quickly; Oliver asks her why she wanted him to ask her out to which she responds playfully "I like your BODY."The conflict within the film stems from Oliver's father (Oliver III) being overly concerned with his son's life. He gives advice for what his son should do, but Oliver sees this as commanding him. Oliver Barrett III is basically the reason Oliver attends Harvard, he has connections (and when he brings this up Oliver feels insulted) and wants Oliver to maintain status in the upper class. With Oliver set to marry the daughter of a baker, this proves to be a great problem with his father.It's interesting to wonder which relationship drives this film the most: the relationship Oliver has with Jenny, or the relationship he has with his father. The best scenes of the film prove to be when Oliver is conflicted with his father's presence in his life. These scenes prove to be well-acted by Ryan O'Neal. These scenes are heartbreaking, especially since one of them involves Jenny being on the phone with Oliver's father just a few feet away from where Oliver is sitting.The source of conflict proves to be very interesting for a romance story. However, it isn't difficult to notice how cheesy the film is at certain parts. The best line of the film is uttered twice in the movie, and while it is good it honestly also sounds like it comes from a Valentine's Day greeting card. In this sense, the acting in the film heavily outweighs the writing.This film may prove to be cheesy at times, but overall it is a very engaging love story which makes one question the importance of relationships and forgiveness. It is not the most entertaining of films, but it gets its themes across very well.3.0/4.0
(mx) wrote: Only okay western with Lizabeth Scott miscast as the sweet young thing.
(mx) wrote: A serious, powerfully acted drama from the 70s by John Huston, the predecessor of such films as Barfly. One of those powerful films about boxing where the focus is not boxing itself but rather the life of boxers which in many cases is more interesting than their boxing achievements.
(it) wrote: This was actually not bad