Benjamin is in love with Manette, the innkeeper's beautiful daughter, but she has no intention of giving in to the young doctor until she sees the marriage contract, and marriage does not fit in with Benjamin's spirit of independence. For the same reason he resists the efforts of his sister Bettine to marry him off to Arabelle, the daughter of old Dr. Minxit. Benjamin does agree to go and meet the girl. But that evening his sister finds him at the inn together with Manette, who is arrested by her father. So she decides to go with Benjamin herself. But as result of an incident with the fat Marquis puts paid to the expedition. Benjamin is subjected by the Marquis to a humiliating practical joke. Benjamin is determined to got his revenge. He succeeds thanks to the gorgeous Vicomte Hector de Pont-Cassé, who also helps Manette with her problems against her father. But Benjamin is now arrested by the Marquis...
Writer:André Couteaux, Jean-François Hauduroy, Édouard Molinaro, Claude Tillier (novel)
Frankreich 17.Jh: Landarzt Benjamin liebt die reizende Gastwirtstochter Manette. Doch Manette kennt ihn als unverbesserlichen Schürzenjäger und verlangt vor der Liebe die Heirat. Als ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
na h (br) wrote: Excellent film, well made. A film you will be proud to show your friends.
Blake C (fr) wrote: This movie is just terrible. Honestly, do you know anybody who can tell you the plot to Grown Ups? Exactly, it doesn't have one. Putting a bunch of funny people in a movie with no plot doesn't make it a good movie.
sureen n (es) wrote: there r al 4 series of tis movie, it basically tels a story of a green beret soldier who survived the vietnam waar n witnes the cruelty of the war world, rambo is a man who fights with his survival techniques and kils 2 survive. war against the sherif, vienamese batalion, russian army and finally he rescues a team of volunteers at burma. rambo as far as i consider is movie 2 b watched by all.
Kellan W (ca) wrote: Probably my favorite kids' movie.
CALEY (it) wrote: it was a really good movie.were two girls get to know each other a little better after a school shooting!it is sad and diffrent than what u think about the tittle
John T (jp) wrote: Funny. Cute. Star Trek geek falls in love with Star Trek geekette. Meets William Shatner and learns how to grow up. Why is this cool? Because it has the goddamn captain.
Alberto A (ca) wrote: What can I say? Woody Allen is great as always. Mia Farrow does an amazing job as Tina. The only thing I didn't like was the ending; it was more or less an audience pleaser.
Mandela W (nl) wrote: So unlike most Musical films All that Jazz serves as an absolute standout in that genre of film. It involves more dialogue and the musical numbers don't happen the way most of these films do. They actually serve more of a purpose here and are so well choregraphed. For Roy Scheider I must say this is a serious departure from French Connection and even Jaws this is some remarkable work here. This Semi-biographical film portrays aspects of director/dancer/choregrapher Bob Fosse who also is the director of this film. Like Fosse the movies main character Joe Gideon is also a director Choregrapher and former dancer. Gideon is looking to direct a worthwhile broadway musical but he is also working on editing a Hollywood film. At the same time he is a heavy drinker and smoker. Gideon experiences many stressful days both in his professional life and personal life. It gets to the point where it where you wonder if he may actually die as he has continuous visions of the angel of death whom he confesses his secrets too.The film as expected has a very jazzy 70's swagger to it. its probably the least musical esque film u'll ever see as it's more a character driven film. It does have the presumed musical numbers but it focuses more on how a director carries on life while dealing with the stress of making a musical production. It also takes time to delve right into the idea of death and kinda brings to life the idea of working one self to death.Not to point out the obvious but it seems like every movement and every scene is choreographed like its done in a way like a rehearsal for a play. It's less a movie about being in the moment and more a film about getting each scene right which is quite a different way to direct. The mother daughter musical routine was really cute and shows how the movie also was really fun for the cast. To be honest all the numbers were dope. Overall bob fosse directs in a manner that resembles a stage play director and it really makes him stand out. The editing was excellent and so was the cinematography Roy scheider delivers one of the most fascinating performances of his career here. he commands presence in each scene and brings a lot of ego and intrigue to this role of joe Gideon. Gideon is a a guy who is at the top of his game but deep down he struggles with trying to hold everything together. I like how this character study wasn't done overly dramatic but it still got that idea across.I think this maybe my favorite musical along with Chicago. Go check this out especially if you love musicals.
Adrian B (es) wrote: The first of three films directed by Ingmar Bergman and starring both Max Von Sydow and Liv Ullman shows a couple descent into hell with the husband going nuts. He starts to hang around a bizarre cult that drives him insane and greatly concerns his wife, who tries to help him out of his predicament and eventually, fails. For me, this ranks as one Bergman's finest, exemplifying superbly acting and black-and-white cinematography, and the second brings in you in so strongly that you, as the viewer, can never get out. Excellent movie and so far the best that I have seen from 1968.
Michael R (mx) wrote: Fun, funny and action packed. Raiders of the Lost Ark is the epitome of action adventure cinema.