Paris Blues

Paris Blues

Ram Bowen and Eddie Cook are two expatriate jazz musicians living in Paris where, unlike America at the time, Jazz musicians are celebrated and racism is a non-issue. When they meet and fall in love with two young American girls, Lillian and Connie, who are vacationing in France, Ram and Eddie must decide whether they should move back to America with them, or stay in Paris for the freedom it allows them. Ram, who wants to be a serious composer, finds Paris more exciting than America and is reluctant to give up his music for a relationship, and Eddie wants to stay for the city's more tolerant racial atmosphere.

The film sets in a city where is heaven for the black to escape the racism. Ram Bowen is black musician takes part in a jazz group with a white musician. One day, They fall in love with two beautiful tourists who have a holiday in the city. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Katrinka C (ag) wrote: If not for anything else, watch this for the great 50's fashion inspiration! A dress-a-minute type movie...

Kiyo K (nl) wrote: Glee always gives me a loooot of energy and happiness!!:D

ClaRita C (us) wrote: Not bad for a vampire/zombie movie. Quick action, quick results and fates coming even quicker. Most of the deaths are satisfying to some degree, still lacks creativity but succeeded in keeping me engaged.

Miguel R (fr) wrote: Arthur Christmas is a decent Holiday movie for the whole family to enjoy

Kevin R (us) wrote: This place smells like death and bad dreams Due to some unfortunate circumstances a police officer and his family are forced to live with several prison inmates. The family is reluctant to partake in this plan of action; although, their new home is almost complete and this should be a relatively minimal inconvenience. However, the circumstance becomes volatile when the police officer's sanity starts taking a turn for the worse due to the increased number of interactions with the prisoners. "This place stinks." "It smells like my wife." Billy Lewis, director of episodes of Port City PD, delivers The Jailhouse in his directorial debut. The storyline for this picture is odd and seems a bit unrealistic. The character development and portrayal is solid and the script is well written. The cast delivers mediocre performances and includes Ken Aguilar, Siri Baruc, and Darren Dalton, "Why do you smell like that? We're all eating the same food!" The Jailhouse is a film I came across on the Chiller channel while flicking through the channels earlier this evening. The plot sounded interesting and the premise seemed original. While I will say the premise and script were solid, the execution was less than average and could have been delivered in a more believable fashion. Overall, this is only worth watching if nothing else is on. "Bacon and eggs." Grade: C-

Sabrina E (au) wrote: un road movie nonchalent avec une Rene Zelweger inspire et un Forest Whitalker toujours impeccable.

Jared M (nl) wrote: Round friends, filcking through the channels...a film called Ice Spiders sounded better than Saturday night on the terrestrial channels! Every now and again a low budget film comes along that sounds terrible, but actually turns out to be a hidden gem, a classic in the making...this was not one of those occasions, it sounded like it would be low budget drivel, and it was. The acting was awful, it seemed to be full of people you'd never heard of trying to be people you have. The spiders weren't as bad as they could have been, but they weren't so bad. Amusing in a wierd sort of way.

Joe S (nl) wrote: You know the prognosis is bad when you start siding with the killer half way through.

Dacey B (nl) wrote: How. Was. This. Shit. Even. Made?

Theresa W (br) wrote: one of my all time favourite movies!

Joeri E (de) wrote: Loved it when I was young. Just saw it and still love it ^^. Such a dreamy surreal atmosphere.

Ben L (nl) wrote: Many years ago I saw Young Frankenstein and I remember enjoying it just like I do with almost all Mel Brooks movies. It wasn't until this rewatch that I realized...it might be his best movie. The effort they put into making it look like a classic black-and-white monster movie is totally worth it. It feels like the perfect spoof of a classic.Gene Wilder is hilarious. He plays anger for comedy better than anyone I know. The opening scene where he starts ranting at a student in his class was great! One of my favorite aspects was how Wilder and Marty Feldman played off each other. That kind of silly banter is totally my kind of comedy. "There wolf" is such a stupid joke but I was laughing so hard. There's lots of other great performances by amazing actors in this movie. Peter Boyle, Madeline Kahn, Teri Garr, etc. and all of them are at the top of their game. There's even a cameo by an unrecognizable Gene Hackman that was great. I suppose what I'm trying to say is that Young Frankenstein really worked for me. It's a superb comedy, and it reminds me how great spoof movies used to be.

Witt R (de) wrote: Not as good as Dirty Harry, but definitely the second strongest movie in the series. It continues with the same great look and feel of its predecessor.

Eric R (de) wrote: "Now we are just Nazi's; Before we were considered men"I love how the facebook poster makes this look like a Disney Movie. This is probably my favorite film by Roberto Rossellini. Its a film that deals with how many people can be caught in the crossfire of a World War. The film presents a very compelling view through the eyes of a young boy who essentially is forced to be an adult at the age of 12. Almost every shot throughout this film presents the absolute hopelessness our character faces. This film really stands right along side Tarkovsky's Ivan's Childhood in expressing such a loss of innocence at times of war.

bill s (it) wrote: Some funny moments do not a movie make and I'm generous with the some part.

Jacob K (kr) wrote: Not really funny. A shame, as I know Kevin James can be funny. I love King of Queens, but this was disappointing.