A bumbling barber in the court of King Louis XV becomes engaged in political intrigue when he masquerades as a dashing nobleman engaged to the princess of Spain. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A bumbling barber in the court of King Louis XV becomes engaged in political intrigue when he masquerades as a dashing nobleman engaged to the princess of Spain.
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Joyce M (br) wrote: The animation was so advanced, smart and beautiful, but the story wasn't strong enough to support that.
Darren D (fr) wrote: Poor movie trying so hard to be sophisticated but failing. Too many actors trying to be tough but being more laughable. And what was with Val Kilmer's hairstyle?
Jonathan B (kr) wrote: Very intresting autobiography, don't know if I could have put myself out there that much. With a small budget I love this film cause its just so unique and not the norm.
Kwende M (jp) wrote: rebel without a cause
Gurahk W (ca) wrote: I'd probably only see this for the Anastasia story, but I don't feel like torturing myself with the other two half-assed subplots the writers shove down my throat!
Ahmed F (us) wrote: I like that movie P.S.: " Nostalgia is invloved"
Mark B (es) wrote: this would probably be much more enjoyable if it wasn't filmed in the mid-eighties. not only is the viewer subjected to some classic 1980's super clean county-fairground bass-heavy musical production but we have to deal with julian lennon. what a talentless piece of shit. also, eric clapton apparently can't be seen without a guitar and can't go one five minute interview without jerking off all over it. i learned that chuck berry is a pretty shitty guitar player as well. watching bruce springsteen gush and keith richards hold down the fort is well worth the two hour commitment though. all in all its pretty solid for a rock documentary and interesting all the way through if you like these sort of things.
Paul P (kr) wrote: The movie is split into 4 stories. The Jane Fonda, Alan Alda skit has a few good lines but it feels scripted, tries to go for drama and fails miserably. Then you get a random scene of Fonda in a bikini, not complaining but it didn't work. Walter Matthau once again carries bad material and makes it gold just with body language and his voice. The Bill Cosby, Richard Pryor skit is horrendous, terrible physical comedy. But the reason to see this is for Maggie Smith and Michael Caine. The verbal jousting match between them is hall of fame stuff. I was absolutely dying. In the last few minutes they try for drama and it doesn't work but dammit they had me rolling.
Eric B (kr) wrote: There sure is no shortage of '60s films about a straight, middle-aged guy having his life turned upside down by a chance encounter with a hot, young "swinger." Um, this is another one. The young Ann-Margret is always good for a testosterone rush but, typically, the dialogue is full of dated jargon. Wish I had taken notes on the worst lines. "Hey, big daddy...all the cats are making the scene! Ain't this just the living end?" That sort of gibberish."Kitten with a Whip" (if only the film were as good as its title) didn't seem to do the careers of Ann-Margret and John Forsythe any harm, so enjoy this campy trash with a clear conscience.
Paulo B (ru) wrote: The two leads have a uniquely superb chemistry! This movie only lags when they are apart. Who cares if Colman is too old for the part. Colman is awesome and so is Garson.
Alexander B (ca) wrote: Arguably the worst super hero adaptation of all time next to Spider-man 3 and Fant4stic Four. With the Netflix adaptation of Daredevil we see how far this really misses the mark. The movie is devoid of talent in writers, actors, directors and more. Affleck and Garner are especially painful to watch "act," if you can call what they do "acting."
Lavontrea C (jp) wrote: was good liked hot extreme content