Nous sommes tous des assassins

Nous sommes tous des assassins

Rene is not a bright guy. He was taught to kill by the Resistance. But the WW2 is over and he keeps on killing. He is condemned to death. In jail, expecting the presidential pardon, he mets...

Rene is not a bright guy. He was taught to kill by the Resistance. But the WW2 is over and he keeps on killing. He is condemned to death. In jail, expecting the presidential pardon, he mets... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Linda B (gb) wrote: De trs bon gags + un soupon de romantisme = a marche !!

Aidan H (ru) wrote: Raw and frantic thriller which, despite its sometimes claustrophobic nightclub setting, feels and looks like a big budget action movie. As the bad cop out to rescue his son from the drug dealers who coke he nabbed, Sisley is mesmerising, his eyes and body language evocatively conveying the desperation of a man forced into one nightmarish situation after another. Whether tearing through a packed dance floor clutching a knife wound or engaging in one of the most bone-rattling fist fights to be seen in recent cinema, his magnetic charm and physical presence hold the attention throughout. Double-and treble-crosses litter a tight and enegetic script while the nervous hand-held camerawork adds further tension to an already nail-biting ride. With films such as Prey, Point Blank, Anything For Her and the recent Headhunters pointing the way for European action cinema over the last decade, Sleepless Night maintains that reputation and then some. Watch. Extra star for THAT punch-up.

Ashlar C (es) wrote: Nice doco but the segues to contemporary artists was a mixed bag. They were mostly ill-conceived and detracted from the documentary while the songs chosen for the seques were often unpredictable. Wyclef Jean and the song he sang were horrible, Joss Stone was uncomfortable to watch, and the lead singer of Roots needed to lose the hat. Mary Mary was the best, followed by Richie Havens and John Legend.

Torion O (br) wrote: Not scary, pretty bloody, and somewhat entertaining.

Rubn L (nl) wrote: Great movie, Elena Anaya is beautiful.

Aliya R (br) wrote: The First Grader is an incredibly inspiring movie with all the right touches. It could be hilarious, tear-jerking or exiting at all the right times. I would definitely watch it again and recommend it to my friends.

Kyle H (nl) wrote: I heard the same fucking speech for almost two hours. I'm going to be silly and say I gave it the extra half since I liked his accent.

Vadim D (gb) wrote: It's a great script and very creative execution, but the film, although funny in parts, is not the most entertaining or engaging watch.

Joseph S (br) wrote: Another failure from an otherwise reputable director. This had some good ideas like the William Gibson quote in the intro sequence, but Marker's decision to just film a woman sitting at her desk talking about her computer is just stupid. It's as if he forgot everything he learned about imagery and narration in "San Soliel" and "La Jette", and so makes us suffer with this below amatuer quality documentary. The digital effects, from 1997 look like they came from 1982. "Wax Or The Discovery Of Television Among The Bees" is better in every way. I dont usually like to trash a film without providing an alternative, so try "Wax" if this subject interests you.

Logan M (us) wrote: It's charmingly stylish, but not as whimsical as the book upon which it's based.

Katie H (br) wrote: I saw this in junior high and loved it. It is a good movie.

Sam M (ag) wrote: Sluggish as all get out and only made for showing off the Concorde, which is now outdated (but I still love the aircraft and want it to come back in service), and hilariously implausibilities. I'm looking at you, flare gun.

Gavin M (ca) wrote: The beginning of an amazing collaboration between DeNiro and Scorsese.

Chad S (ca) wrote: Henry Fonda broke from tradition and portrayed two villains in 1968. One was Once Upon A Time In The West; This was the other.

Scott R (ag) wrote: Quirky comedy, but fell short of the mark.

Brandon J (es) wrote: Cheesy, and filled to the brim with plots holes, this film is worth watching for it unintentionally hilarious plot. The acting was also terrible, but only serves to add to why this film is a classic.

Brad S (kr) wrote: A sprawling epic film that follows several decades in the life of a Texas rancher family. Featuring a young cast of Elizabeth Taylor, James Dean and Rock Hudson, it really is an engrossing film. The film tackles women's rights and racism as well. Definitely worth seeing for film fans, at over 3hrs, it's long, so watching with a break is recommended. Check it out!

Thomas D (jp) wrote: Believe it or not, there was a time when sci-fi films didn't have CGI filled action sequences, massive sets, or far-fetched plot twists and turns. Forbidden Planet was one of the first films to encompass all of the aforementioned things, albeit in an entirely different manner. I'm currently in the midst of trying to watch and re-watch as many sci-fi features as I can and Forbidden Planet happened to be the next on my ledger. This film can easily be considered a forgotten gem, but ironically, it's one of the films that paved the way for countless other films to be made. This was before Star Trek or Star Wars and yet, it still makes an impact on me after I've spent years of my life cherishing those properties. Without a large scale budget or expensive cast, Forbidden Planet works as a solid think piece. The film deals with a starship crew from the 23rd century exploring a planet that was thought to be the landing place of a previous crew years earlier. Who or what they find is a complete mystery. For the most part, Forbidden Planet is a slow-burning film. There's little to no action, and any scene of injury or consequence often happens off-screen. In other words, the words spoken usually have a bigger impact than anything you see. With that said, the sets and painted backgrounds are easy on the eyes, especially considering this film was made over 60 years ago. But most of all, the ideas and themes explored here are impressive to say the least. It's always interesting to go back and watch films that you didn't realize had such a profound impact on the way a certain genre is made now. Forbidden Planet is certainly one of those.8.1/10Believe it or not, there was a time when sci-fi films didn't have CGI filled action sequences, massive sets, or far-fetched plot twists and turns. Forbidden Planet was one of the first films to encompass all of the aforementioned things, albeit in an entirely different manner. I'm currently in the midst of trying to watch and re-watch as many sci-fi features as I can and Forbidden Planet happened to be the next on my ledger. This film can easily be considered a forgotten gem, but ironically, it's one of the films that paved the way for countless other films to be made. This was before Star Trek or Star Wars and yet, it still makes an impact on me after I've spent years of my life cherishing those properties. Without a large scale budget or expensive cast, Forbidden Planet works as a solid think piece. The film deals with a starship crew from the 23rd century exploring a planet that was thought to be the landing place of a previous crew years earlier. Who or what they find is a complete mystery. For the most part, Forbidden Planet is a slow-burning film. There's little to no action, and any scene of injury or consequence often happens off-screen. In other words, the words spoken usually have a bigger impact than anything you see. With that said, the sets and painted backgrounds are easy on the eyes, especially considering this film was made over 60 years ago. But most of all, the ideas and themes explored here are impressive to say the least. It's always interesting to go back and watch films that you didn't realize had such a profound impact on the way a certain genre is made now. Forbidden Planet is certainly one of those.8.1/10

Anders A (nl) wrote: Conquering death and beyond. Magnificent survival by pure and true will.

Marc S (kr) wrote: I want my hour and change back..