Monsieur Papa is a moving portrait of a modern family, centering around 12 year-old Marius Vallois. Born in a wealthy family, Marius is the son of Marie Vallois, a successful CEO. Marie loves her son unconditionally, but Marius has never known his father and suffers greatly from it. When Marius starts shoplifting and doing badly at school, Marie decides to recruit a father figure for him. One day in her office building, she meets Robert Pique. Robert is a peculiar man who has a background in finance, but makes ends meet ironing clothes for his neighbors. Reluctant at first, Robert agrees to be paid to meet Marius and pretends to be his father. Marius immediately understands that Robert is not his dad, but very quickly, a deep bond develops between them.
Writer:Luc Chaumar, Emmanuelle Cosso (dialogue), Anne Valton
Marius, 12, has not seen his father for years and he misses him badly. Marie, his mother, a workaholic firm manager, knows that she will never reconcile with her ex-husband. She must do ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Paul D (jp) wrote: Watchable taming of the rebel movie, although the final twenty minutes of the film are nonsensicle.
Garwin S (gb) wrote: Mockumentory in the same vein as Spinal Tap with Werner Herzog as the straight man. Rwminds me a bit of Local Hero . Worth seeing.
Freedom W (mx) wrote: Not your average comic-book Batwoman but managed to pull it off, seducing theme. The cape crusader strife to learn the Batwoman's identity while she trying to uncover the plans of Penguin. Simply nice and fans would like it.
Conrad B (kr) wrote: very different and quite sad but good all the same.
Jude P (ca) wrote: Can not get out of it ! It will blow you.
Joe S (au) wrote: Not too bad didn't live up to the first and second one though.
Tina M (es) wrote: I was kind of disappointed in this movie, I think because I expected more out of it. Two people, who have been strangers and barely have noticed each other come together at the end of the movie. I felt kind of cheated because Gwen & Nick only interacted in the last 10 minutes of the movie. Only bright spot was Sarah Jessica Parker - this is probably one of her best roles. I'm not saying this was an awful movie not to rent, but not a keeper.
Jake P (au) wrote: For a film about teen love & relationships in a usually vibrant period translated on film it is very dry & flat.
FroGiBroJo S (es) wrote: This film has zero redeemable features. The plot is unoriginal, the dialog is awkward, the special effects are either dumb or lackluster, the overall flow of the film is disjunctive and to top it off, the ending makes little or no sense. The only reason I give this a 10% is for one novel scene near the end in which a vampire gets his face cleaved off by our male lead swinging a board like a bat. Other than that, the film was entirely forgettable.
Luke B (gb) wrote: Samurai Soy was made during the cold war and reflects both the paranoia and uncertainty of the time. It's a tale of spies being caught between sides. Having the appearance of being on one side, whilst fighting for the other, causes a lot of conflict and grief for the warriors. Perhaps the audience was supposed to be as confused as the spies, but it doesn't help so much when telling a story. Unlike the majority of samurai films, we get to see some awesome stealthy ninja action and throwing star carnage. The immense leaps and jumping made for a wealth of excitement. There were also some fantastic long shots which just aren't used for action sequences these days.