My New Partner

My New Partner

My New Partner is a 1984 French comedy film directed by Claude Zidi, starring Philippe Noiret and Thierry Lhermitte. Noiret plays a streetwise Paris policeman who takes kickbacks from the minor criminals on his beat to allow them to continue. At the start of the film, his partner is busted for corruption and he narrowly escapes. He is assigned an idealistic new partner fresh from police academy. He sets out to corrupt his new partner and, after a slow start, succeeds spectacularly.

Rene is a "ripou", a rotten cop who makes ends meet by accepting bribes, presents and free drinks from the people he should be putting in jail. When his partner retires, he must team up ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Michelle R (br) wrote: The saying goes that only 10% of talent is required, and 90% hard work. With athletes like Bolt and Michael Phelps, they are gifted with an additional 10% of talent, and they put in 180% of hard work. At 200%, you will attain legendary status as both have done. This documentary is different to others. There is no commentary per se. It's a compilation of sorts of many videos that Bolt recorded. The loneliness of having to stay in a hotel room that can make anyone go stir crazy. Then there is the humility of wanting to stay with the team during the Olympics. Watching Bolt run gives us all an understanding of what it means to be born to run. But it's effortless for a reason. His work ethic is incredible. Most of all, this documentary shows the importance of a loyal and trusted network and the close bond between athlete and coach. Phelps had the same - he trusted Bowman implicitly - and many other athletes that are great albeit not as great as these two have the same bond with their coaches. It made me smile and uplifted watching this: because Bolt is honest. Honest about how difficult it is, the challenges of being injured and how even he gets nervous.

Alex R (ru) wrote: This movie definitely gets an extra half star due to the awesomeness that was the 3D. If you choose not to see this film in 3D, you are missing out on a huge aspect of the film. With that out of the way, Transformers 3 is a movie with about as much soul and character development as well...nothing. This movie does not really care for its characters or story too much but that is not the point of a Transformers film. These movies are meant to be watched for pure entertainment, forgetting the outside world. Transformers 3 is no exception. This is not a story driven film but more of a virtual roller coaster ride. If anyone can get past the first 90 minutes of corny, cheesy humor this movie has to offer, you will not be disappointed with the final hour. It is a massive climax that will appeal to many as the spectacle and scope are phenomenal. This is probably the greatest action I have ever seen put on screen and that was all I was hoping for in a Transformers film. Overall, Transformers: Dark of the Moon delivered on the action standpoint but on a story level, it was a huge failure.

Jack N (ca) wrote: Awful movie, with terrible acting, soundtrack and plot. Do not watch this unless you are really interested in watching one of the worst movies you will ever see. I guess it is laughable in an ironic way.

Hilary R (gb) wrote: Not my favorite interpretation of Othello on the big screen, but not bad. Love the random dance numbers!

Danny V (ru) wrote: Amusing, but I couldn't get through it.there was one tender story about a suicidal girl and how trek saved her, though.

Allan C (mx) wrote: Director Roger Christian would follow-up this terrible film with the even more spectacularly awful "Battlefield Earth" but at least that film was able to achieve Ed Wood levels of badness, so it could ironically be enjoyed. This film on the other hand, which is the teenage version of "Die Hard" set at a private school, is just dumb. Vincent Kartheiser is a bad boy teenager at a private school where the villainous Patrick Stewart takes over and hold all the boys hostage in the auditorium. However, the bad boy is on the loose in the school and uses his bad boy skills to foil the machine gun toting villains. Kartheiser now seems to specialize in smarmy roles, which he unintentionally comes across as in this picture where he is supposed to be the hero. Brenda Fricker plays the headmaster and Bradley Whitford, Matt Craven and Annabelle Gurwitch are among the nervous parents. It's just a miserable, boring and highly unoriginal film in which there is no reason to watch, unless I suppose your are an absurdly big TNG fan and need to watch all of Stewart's work.

Mathias L (au) wrote: This film demonstrated Stephen Chow's pre-comedy and beginning acting experience, and is remarkably one of the most classic Danny Lee films given the nudity and the action scenes.

Jacob H (gb) wrote: The beginning SLUGGED along but when it got to the actual island (minus the natives) was fun film. Far from perfect but fun. It ran about an hour and a half too long.

Scott M (au) wrote: great soundtrack music and a mellow vibe

Giovanna R (fr) wrote: Splendid, absolutely splendid.