'Night Shift' really knocked me out. I hesitate to call it a thriller, I suppose psychological drama is the more apt description, but it packs in more tension and suspense than 90% of today's Hollywood thrillers. I was hooked from the outset, and the film held me in its grip until the closing scene. Refreshingly set in a blue collar background, something Hollywood very rarely (if ever!) does anymore, it's a simple story of a nice guy/family man Pierre (Gerald Laroche) who moves to a new section of the factory he works at and begins the night shift.
- Stars:Gérald Laroche, Marc Barbé, Luce Mouchel, Bastien Le Roy, Bernard Ballet, Alexandre Carrière, Michel Cassagne, Philippe Frécon, Sabri Lahmer, Jean-François Lapalus, Marie Verdi, Annie Collin, Vincent Joannelle, Yann Chapillon, Nicolas Antin,
- Director:Philippe Le Guay,
- Writer:Olivier Dazat, Régis Franc, Philippe Le Guay
'Night Shift' really knocked me out. I hesitate to call it a thriller, I suppose psychological drama is the more apt description, but it packs in more tension and suspense than 90% of today's Hollywood thrillers. I was hooked from the outset, and the film held me in its grip until the closing scene. Refreshingly set in a blue collar background, something Hollywood very rarely (if ever!) does anymore, it's a simple story of a nice guy/family man Pierre (Gerald Laroche) who moves to a new section of the factory he works at and begins the night shift. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: The plot is below average, the only reason most people bothered to watch this movie (and so did I) was because of Akshay and the original was an amazing movie. This movie was a disappointment, as a sequel, as a sequel was unneeded, this was clearly made just for $$$. Also, the character which Akshay plays in this movie, was played by Emraan Hashmi, and he was not present in this movie as well. Overall, the ending and one or two more scenes were good, and Akshay's performance is okay.
(ca) wrote: Histoire incroyable mais vraie.L'instinct de survie est un des "personnages " du film.
(es) wrote: Love a gay thriller!
(de) wrote: This is a very funny and entertaining film with very endearing and larger than life characters (for example Harvey Keitel's sexy latina girlfriend, Violetta). Brilliant acting that brings alive a lovely "simple" slice of daily life in Brooklyn (alongside an advert for moving there) as one might like to imagine it could be (the script writers had obviously not yet heard of Lil' Fame & Billy Danz, otherwise known as MOP).
(es) wrote: Bruce Willis plays Tom Mix, an early star actor of westerns, and James Garner plays Wyatt Earp, who is advising Mix in a movie about Wyatt Earp. They get involved in solving a real life Hollywood murder mystery. A great story about the merging and mixing of eras. Malcolm McDowell is the villain, and also with Muriel Hemingway.
(nl) wrote: One of the greatest movies ever made, yo. It's like YEEEAAAAHHH MY MAN, JEAN, MAN. HE'S MY BOY. MAH BOY.
(it) wrote: Had the original Star Trek TV series not already been established and beloved before the release of Star Trek: The Motion Picture, this film would almost certainly have killed all chances of jumpstarting a sci-fi franchise. It's almost impossible to believe that a film with this much talent involved turned out so poorly: the director of this movie also made The Sound of Music and West Side Story. Think about that. Somehow, this film loses all of the innovative sci-fi concepts and engaging characters of the series, and decides to go for a 2001: A Space Odyssey-esque approach to the material. The result is a film whose potentially compelling 90-100 minute story is stretched into a bloated 132 minute disaster full of self-indulgent visuals. There is literally a scene that mimics the famous third act of 2001: A Space Odyssey, but with Spock substituted in as he floats through a technicolor tunnel. Granted, the visuals are impressive for their time, as is Jerry Goldsmith's iconic score, but visuals don't make a movie. 2001: A Space Odyssey at least had a fascinating concept of man vs. machine from a thematic mastermind; this film, which has unique ideas at its core, lacks the same kind of impactful substance that makes watching the film worthwhile. Kirk, Spock, McCoy, and the rest of the Enterprise crew are strangely indistinguishable, and lack their beloved signature personalities. This film boldly went where the series had never gone before, and it almost backfired miserably.