A story about bunch of people who live in a town in provincial France. At the center of it all is Pierre, a conceited and vain bisexual musician in his late teens who acts as a magnet, to varying degrees, for a whole array of characters - from his sister Lucie, with whom he has a heated incestuous relationship, to a city councilor with whom he participates in gay orgies. When Pierre turns up dead, Lucie investigates the reasons for his demise and charts the network of sadomasochistic relationships that crisscross the town.
Chacun Sa Nuit explores the carnal interdependencies among a host of characters who live in a town in provincial France. At the center of it all is Pierre (Arthur Dupont), a conceited and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Brad G (nl) wrote: Narrowing the focus of exploitation celebration to the 1960s/70s explosion of Filipino shot grindhouse extravaganzas, Machete Maidens Unleashed revels in the typical B Movie classics-to-some (The Big Doll House, the Blood Island saga) but also the awkward reality of the Hollywood (or Off Hollywood) funded dictatorship. Savage! needs some helicopters? Sure, just wait till they finish bombing the rebels. As you can imagine there's lots of great low budget camp fire storytelling from Roger Corman, Chris Mitchum, Pam Grier, Brian Trenchard-Smith, Sid Haig, as well as a plethora of once ready-and-willing-actresses. Whatever you gotta do to get The Hot Box filmed, you do it. You might see Feminism at work or John Landis might be right with crys of "Bullshit." But as he also states, sometime the most fun films come from the most amoral of filmmakers. :) VF.
Andres V (it) wrote: Desafortunado Scott Cooper contar con ese reparto para salir con tal chorro de babas con ese guin tan pendejo. El personaje principal (Christian Bale) es un clich y el resto de personajes muy similares, el protagonista es el mas de malas del universo y su final es apenas obvio. Aburrida y larga.
Cool G (br) wrote: Shouldn't be allowed to rate this unless you served in the military.
Frank M (fr) wrote: Not as bad as the tomatometer. Some of the acting is a little anoying, but who's not a sucker for a little romantic comedy once in a while. I enjoyed it.
John B (es) wrote: enjoyable movie for the family about life in the arctic and the effects of global warming on their environment
Tyler K (ru) wrote: Very intense, emotional, and dramatic, this film about the events of 9/11 is by the best of it's kind. Paul Greengrass nails camera work and direction, and you can truly feel every actor's emotions throughout the movie. Beautiful soundtrack, although seemingly slow I never got bored watching this movie and was held at the edge of my seat throughout. Excellent film.
Vicvalguihotmailcom V (br) wrote: well... i never now this name before... maybe is a crazy film about vampire and blood!!! ridicules!! i hate that!
Matt B (br) wrote: One reason why this film is not universally received well is it's artful and accurate depictions of various western nations's culpability in the horrific suffering of others. The other reason is that it's a bit grim, but when has that ever stopped a WW2 holocaust film from winning an academy award? Tersely-written, and tightly delivered, this take on the harsh realities of our shared oversight is worth watching.
Robert G (es) wrote: As I was watching "Branded to Kill" I was shocked. I could not believe they were getting away with this kind of subject matter in 1933. The film was way ahead of its time... I mean if this movie came out today there is a good chance it would be rated R, with all of the sexual innuendoes. Don't misunderstand me the movie is great. I highly recommend it. Just know what your getting into and enjoy the movie. Also, if you are a film buff like me, read up on how the movie got past the censors of the time.
Andy B (nl) wrote: I thought this film was ok. There were some funny and interesting parts. But, there were some dry spots. Bateman fit his character well though. Not many other actors would have fit that role. I probably wouldn't need to watch this again. 7/10