Montecarlo Gran Casinò

Montecarlo Gran Casinò

The misadventures of different Italian rascals who came to the famous Montecarlo Gran Casinò to get lucky

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:97 minutes
  • Release:1987
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:cinepanettone,  

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Lachlan D (de) wrote: This is a great visceral, gritty piece of cinema that fucking slaughters any cliche and plot convention in it's sight.

Aaron C (jp) wrote: Some people take longer to grow up than others, blissfully unaware of the exasperation they radiate on those around.

Armando P (jp) wrote: Well acted and decent for a hockey movie.

lelo k (it) wrote: He remind me of who i used to be.

Matt M (au) wrote: Watching it gave me mixed emotions.

Gary B (es) wrote: Cheesy acting and dialogue but good death scenes and creepy stalker make it watchable.

Private U (de) wrote: There deserves to be a zero option for pieces of tripe like this fim

Antonius B (jp) wrote: 'Walk The Line' is a fantastic movie! Joaquin Phoenix really nails Johnny Cash, and Reese Witherspoon is impressive as June. Their passion, his turmoil, and his understanding of the downtrodden all came through. His father humiliating him despite his achievements was memorable. Seeing or hearing about that one always makes me want to listen to his music.

bill s (ca) wrote: Old school style with good old school performances....just a pleasure to watch.

Kudafahotmailcom K (es) wrote: must see movie. action and drama

Nick P (fr) wrote: Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman have great chemistry here but Far and Away is a little too silly and conventional to be as epic as it tried to be.

Gurparshad B (au) wrote: i recommend to just enjoy the spectacle that unfolds, the plot might not be the greatest, even characters may be rather simple but that's not what's needed to enjoy this movie. this was one of my best movie experiences and i think most of the dream sequences are great

Jennifer A (it) wrote: [size=2]I'm beginning the rather lengthy task of entering into the database every film I have seen, at least those I have a decent memory of. Some may have the briefest of reviews while many will just have a number. Those films that I consider personal favorites and/or those that have some historical signficance I will add later when I have time for more lengthy reviews. [b]Triumph of the Spirit[/b], directed by Robert M. Young, stars Willem Dafoe as Salamo Arouch, a Jewish boxer imprisoned in Auschwitz during WWII. Arouch is supposed to be exterminated, but is given one chance to live, by boxing. Each bout he wins will prolong his life. Dafoe is in fine form here, but the film is merely average. Notable as the first feature filmed on location at Auschwitz. [b]Taps[/b], directed by Harold Becker, is a drama about a military school threatened to be demolished by a real estate company. The students decide to arm themselves to fight off any "invaders". Although the story is farfetched, this film is fairly entertaining due to it's strong cast. Veteran actor George C. Scott runs the academy, but the film is most notable for it's young cast which includes Sean Penn, Tom Cruise, and Timothy Hutton. [b]Tap[/b], directed by Nick Castle Jr., stars Gregory Hines as the convict son of a famous dancer. The plot is thin, but the dancing is great. Also features Sammy Davis Jr., Steve Condos, Jimmy Slyde, and Joe Morton. [b]Uncommon Valor[/b], directed by Ted Kotcheff, is an action movie about a rescue of POW's. It's terribly cliched and predictable. Stars Gene Hackman, Robert Stack, Patrick Swayze, and Fred Ward. [b]Unfaithfully Yours[/b] is the rather uninspired remake of the Preston Sturges classic. This version, directed by Howard Zieff, stars Dudley Moore, Natassja Kinski, Armand Assante and Albert Brooks. [/size]

Keith N (de) wrote: Hilarious late 80s comedy. Mercedes Ruehl steals the show.

Reuben M (ag) wrote: Okay, I'll admit right off that I am not a Fellini fanatic. I haven't watched his work in the past with a critical eye, nor have I made a study of his habits, tendencies, world-view, etc. So I watched AMARCORD with essentially fresh eyes, knowing only that it was considered enough of a world classic to be presented on Bluray by Criterion.I'm not sure I understand why it's a classic. But it certainly was enjoyable. Full of unbridled energy, unconcerned with narrative coherence and clearly dedicated to celebrating naughty fun, AMARCORD is a visual feast. Allegedly, Fellini said "Amarcord" means "I remember"...but it does not. Much like the film feels very much like a recollection a childhood gone by...but clearly is NOT realistic. It is set in an Italian coastal village during the early fascist era (before WWII). We basically follow one year in the life of this little town. The camera focuses primarily on one extended family, but also visits with several other characters. I hesitate to use the word "character" since what most of the citizens of this town are is "caricatures." Each actor is a visual extreme. Whether the irate father who yells far more than is realistic (and has a HUGE mole on his bald head), or the garishly dressed town trollop...no one in the film rings quite true.The best I can describe it is: imagine a full grown man remembering the town of his youth, but using the world-view and libido of a teen aged boy who is simply dying to lose his virginity. AMARCORD is full of fart jokes, crude sex jokes, and has a teen's fixation on large breasts and general mischief. Apparently, this village was just a swirling mass of horny people! This is not to say that Fellini has made an art house AMERICAN PIE...the movie is too cunning to be dismissed so simply. It is so evocative of a "simpler" time...when bonfires were held in the village square to celebrate the arrival of spring, when the whole town puts to sea in rowboats with the hope of spotting a giant cruise ship coming by, when the church ran the moral show and when fascism was still mostly harmless pomp & circumstance. We feel the pride of the people in their town and in their country (still less than 100 years old at the time).As we follow the main characters around, we get to know them at small family gatherings, at major occasions, at weddings, at funerals, at school & work. The entire movie is a string of incidents, only held together because we're seeing the same people over and over. It's like we've been invited as guests for the year and our casual wanderings through the village sometimes take us to momentous happenings and other times to trivial scenes. And occasionally, a "professorial" character will ride on his bike into our view and speak directly to us...just as though we were tourists who needed a little perspective.AMARCORD simply does a fabulous job of capturing a time and place, as well as the character of that time & place. It rambles often, but never runs out of steam. It has great forward momentum all the time, and you never know what's going to happen next because it's a series of sketches. Visually, it's quite stunning (and the BluRay is awesome) and it features some great music. The performances are quite unrealistic, but they are all very consistent with the tone Fellini is clearly aiming for. The movie feels utterly loose and random...yet it is clearly under the director's complete control.To me, the "classic" label is a bit puzzling. It's a well-made film, but seems like such a trifle too. I don't really glean a "greater meaning " from it, nor do I find it to make some universal statement. It's too garish and specific for that. I give the film very high marks for achieving its own peculiar aims so well...but can't quite put it into the pantheon of 5-star films either.The Criterion edition is stellar (although the commentary and included essay don't really enlighten as to the meaning of the film...they focus more on Fellini, and how his life compares to the life on the film, and how the film fits his overall body of work). The video is superb and the sound is excellent. Subtitles are a little better than usual (sometimes Criterion has shockingly bad subtitles.)

Stefano C (us) wrote: La Thailandia conferma una certa affinit con l'horror, portandoci questo "The Victim", sicuramente uno dei migliori rappresentanti del genere visti nell'ultimo periodo. Siamo nei territori classici del filone, ma la pellicola realizzata con classe e freschezza, garantendo almeno un grande colpo di scena ed un paio di salti dalla sedia molto efficaci. Peccato per il finale confuso ed affrettato...

Anthony C (es) wrote: could've been better.

BryanMatthew M (br) wrote: Audrey Hepburn isn't even able to resist the charm of the legend.

Silvestre S (jp) wrote: The ground zero of one of the best horror/thriller movie.Childs play is a fantastic thriller horror movie that personally gave me nightmares as a little kid because its antagonist Charles Lee Ray is absolutely terrifying and loveably perverse.the movie has a very dense atmosphere created by mystery and foreshadowing that gives chucky his chance to bright as the sun in the spotlight