Slapstick prevails when Jacques Tati's eccentric hero Monsieur Hulot is let loose in the ultramodern house of his brother-in-law, and in an antiseptic factory that manufactures plastic hose. Tati directs and stars in the second entry of the Hulot series, a delightful satire of mechanized living. Academy Award winner, Best Foreign Film.
In this movie, Jacques Tati plays Monsieur Hulot, a man of simple means living an uncomplicated life. The house of Hulot's sister and brother-in-law is ultra-modern but holds no appeal for Hulot's nephew. So, the boy enlists his uncle's help in waging war on the modern world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: Ouija: Origin Of Evil is both a significant improvement over its lackluster predecessor and a solid, scary horror ride from Mike Flanagan. Although, the pace at times kind of felt uneven and slow.
(ca) wrote: The film is very B-Grade but I must admit it was very entertaining
(fr) wrote: reallycan't believe anyone liked this movie... the anamation was poor (which was expected) but the story just didn't make sense. the so called snake expert doesn't know how to handle her snakes.. and the so called highly venomus snakes are nothing more then obviously harmless boa constricters and other harmlesss snakes.. not to mention the obviously logical fact that shooting a gun on a submarine is safe..
(nl) wrote: There's nothing new in this story of elderly people finding that life is passing them by but I enjoyed seeing this wonderful group of British actors perform and worth watching for the Christmas Day scene alone.
(jp) wrote: Childhood friendship in the midst of the Cultural Revolution.
(nl) wrote: A pure epic masterpiece. Even if you are not a boxing fan, the story is incredible and the acting is spectacular. A must see
(au) wrote: The novel obviously has more exciting details, but I got to admit that this film was way more touching than the first two ones.
(fr) wrote: In 1994, I would imagine the idea of father and son, straight and gay, accepting each other without question would have been more groundbreaking. Hopefully in the 20 years since, this would not be such an unusual story.
(mx) wrote: WWII Europe, G.I's, Aliens, and Nazi's - what more could you ask for?--An extra point for the enthusiasm and joyful spirit!!
(it) wrote: Return of the Street Fighter avoids the trap of many sequels, by actually simplifying procedures. The plot is much easier to follow and there are less characters to concern yourself with. Return of the Street Fighter is completely filled with action sequences, the plot is laid out early on to give us 80 minutes of ferocious action. It's all really well shot and Chiba brings his inescapable talents to the role. There are some stranger aspects to the film, such as outrageous examples of super strength and agility. Chiba can now hit people so hard that their eyes pop out. He even stabs people with guns. It's more tongue in cheek than the original. The twists are really unexpected, but sometimes reintroduce characters for no reason, other than yet another fight scene. The film also uses two fight scenes from the original as flashbacks. However, they are the ENTIRE scenes. It's not as though this film was lacking action scenes.
(ca) wrote: it's alright. sir sean's the only good part
(br) wrote: One of the best thriller ever made!
(au) wrote: Gate of Hell is an early masterpiece of Japanese cinema. I'd imagine it's one of the first dark comedies to be shown in color, Gate of Hell's puts great use to the color to create a beautiful viewing experience. Among being an unpredictable, comedic, and grim, Gate of Hell clearly shows the influence it has had on later great Japanese directors like Akira Kurosawa.
(kr) wrote: A beautiful, disgusting, masterpiece sure to leave one with a sickening feeling in their stomach. Grade: A+
(br) wrote: Hardcore. Love it. Highly on point. Great cgi, compositing, and make up was great too.