My Little Loves
A study of minor events in the adolescence of a boy growing up in small towns. Daniel lives with his grandmother and, after one year of high school, has to go to live with his mother in the south of France. She is a seamstress living in a tiny apartment with her lover Jose, a Spanish farm worker. Daniel would like to continue school, but his mother cannot afford it, so she sends him to work as an apprentice in a moped repair shop. Daniel wiles away his time in the shop, and learns about girls from the other boys in town. When he returns to visit his grandmother next year, it is obvious that he has grown up faster than his old friends.
- Stars:Martin Loeb, Jacqueline Dufranne, Jacques Romain, Ingrid Caven, Vincent Testanière, Roger Rizzi, Anne Stroka, Cirque Muller, Syndra Kahn, Jean-Jacques Bihan, Ghislaine Lakomy, Brigitte Pangaud, Michele Deboutet, Dionys Mascolo, Claire Treille,
- Director:Jean Eustache,
- Writer:Jean Eustache
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(ca) wrote: La crudsima relacin de las FARC con el pueblo colombiano desde una perspectiva muy peculiar, porque est contada con tanta naturalidad que por momentos no parece una ficcin... la actuacin de los nios es extraordinaria. La temtica es estremecedora y termina siendo muy cruda. Vale mucho la pena, ojal se pueda ver en toda Latinoam (C)rica.
(gb) wrote: Quirky family, light drama, with of course good performances by Caine and Walken.
(us) wrote: I LOVE THIS MOVIE!!!
(kr) wrote: This is an off beat comedy with some good actors in it. It will amuse you. I really liked it.
(ru) wrote: nice movie. lots of kung-fu actions
(es) wrote: It is not that it is bad, it is in fact very enjoyable, but only on the first watch I think. There isn't enough to make you want to come back to it; the atmosphere is not particularly ravishing, no nothing. The performance is great, but unless you want to see Julia Roberts who is always great to look at it will just feel jaded on rewatching.
(ca) wrote: African prince sets out to look for a wife in Queens New York. Typical boy meets girl and falls in love. Amusing in places.
(br) wrote: Gordon Liu plays a young vagabond who learns martial arts from a master in order to defeat a thief named Centipede. So it is a pretty silly story and Liu looks like a crazed mountain hermit, but the fight scenes are solid and Liu is always great to watch on screen, even if he doesn't have his usual shaved head. And, oh man, did this film have a gory climactic move my Liu!
(ru) wrote: Tragic, shameful story of doomed real life trip of almost a thousand Jews refused entry first into Cuba and then many other countries just before the outbreak of WWII. Episodic in nature but with very fine performances especially by Lee Grant and von Sydow.
(kr) wrote: A British humor classic, this Ealing comedy is incredibly funny and intelligent.
(au) wrote: NOTE: This film was recommended to me by Lauren Shumaker for "Steve Pulaski Sees It."Jim Henson's imaginative scope of Labyrinth is what carries the film and saves it from becoming a listless display of decorations without any kind of creative spark. A film like this could easily be done in a soulless manner, basically having puppet characters going through the motions alongside flat human counterparts without any sense of joy. With Henson's production company at the helm, Labyrinth becomes a lot of fun; an adventure that winds up frequently sucking you into its bizarre world and only letting you break free for a few moments at a time.Until it decides to let you loose (or hit a slower patch), Labyrinth keeps you invested in its maze of a world, evoking mystery, enigmatic characters, and solid performances with a strong sense of stylistic flair. The film revolves around Sarah (Jennifer Connelly), a fifteen-year-old girl who must navigate a confusing, visually deceiving labyrinth in order to get to the kingdom of Jareth, the Goblin King (David Bowie) to rescue Toby, the infant she's babysitting. Her wish for Toby to be taken by Jareth, a character in a play for which she's rehearsing, after he wouldn't stop incessantly crying comes true, and now she must get to Jareth's kingdom in thirteen hours or less before Toby is turned into a goblin.Labyrinth is one of those films that was destined to find its audience in due time. Burdened by minimal advertising and middling box office performance during its original, 1986 theatrical release (likely because of the story not being a known franchise or existing property), the film has resurfaced enough of a cult following that the idea of a sequel is being tossed around. Films like these are strange little marvels because they're exactly the kind of films that remain timeless in a narrative sense, even with dated special effects and costumes that screamed the respective time period. No matter what decade we're currently in, pop singer David Bowie's performance here is still loud and outrageous, and regardless of the respective era, Henson's puppets and characters are just as entertaining as they ever were.And no matter what age we are, for most of us, Henson's creations still inspire the kind of wonder they did when we saw shows like Sesame Street at a tender age. The eccentricities and the larger-than-life characteristics of the puppet characters make for such an engaging experience that, as stated before, their world becomes ours, and by the end, we're almost sad to leave the world we've been entranced in for well over an hour. We have Hoggle, Sarah's most loyal companion throughout the labyrinth who sometimes gives her helpful hints, but really acts as cleverly incorporated moral support, Sir Didymus, a fox knight tasked with the difficult challenge of being brave, and Ludo, a beast with a large heart. The power of Henson's creation is strong in Labyrinth, so much so that screenwriter Terry Jones doesn't skimp out on the human characters and leave the puppets to do the work; we also get a fascinating villain at the story's core and a charming narrative structure that builds as we navigate the nonlinear land of the maze.Stylistically potent and narratively charming, Labyrinth caters to that whimsical part of your brain devoted to clinging to every ounce of childhood you have left in a way that emphasizes all that you love and miss rather than exploiting it for cheap sentiment. It's an admirable feature in a somewhat forgotten film that is finally getting the respect it deserves in the modern day.Starring: Jennifer Connelly and David Bowie. Directed by: Jim Henson.
(it) wrote: Not bad, fun spotlight on Supergirl.
(us) wrote: Raunchy, yet tastefully done. That Awkward Moment stands as a decent film portraying men going through that awkward moment of falling in love.