Passage à l'acte

Passage à l'acte

The story of a Parisian psychiatrist (Auteuil) who is treating a patient who confesses to having killed his wife. At first the psychiatrist lends little credence to his unusual client but ...

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Eric R (kr) wrote: Not the worst, but not cheesy enough to be fun

Chris A (jp) wrote: The frantic pace of Wes Anderson's films tends to not sit so well with me - but the artistic direction and witty dialogue of The Grand Budapest Hotel won me over. There is a great attention to detail that brings this world to life and some great bits of dark comedy.

HollyMaree S (gb) wrote: They really should have stopped at the first one

Ahmed M (ru) wrote: The Lorax looks visually amazing with the vibrant colors present in the movie,it has childish humor, and the story is good enough for kids as well as adults, to enjoy this movie.

Ennis Brokeback L (es) wrote: This movie will definatly get you in the mood for thaksgiving.

Kim S (es) wrote: The combo of Sigourney Weaver & my future husband is electrical! Well told story.

(kr) wrote: A film that triggers a range of emotions. Aidan Quinn gave a solid performance as did the kids and Kevin Pollack. I liked its end message.

Sarah I (kr) wrote: This movie is about a guy who likes to throw money at people..literally.

Hesham A (kr) wrote: Fighting for what we believe mustn't make us forget our humanity. Jayme Monjardim's amazing crew managed to proceed a labor operation to deliver this film. Cinematography, Costumes, Lighting, Acting were the bases this film stands on perfectly.

Theresa A (es) wrote: I loved this movie when I was bout 10! Such a fun dance movie!

Alex K (br) wrote: 1967's In The Heat Of The Night Is One Of My Favorite Films.

Paul B (gb) wrote: A truly deranged psychotic thriller, Repulsion offers one of the most fantastically bizarre character studies ever put to film, one that remains every bit as startling and disturbing.