Perched on a Tree
Henry Roubier, a French promoter, and Enrico Mazzini, an Italian, have signed an agreement guaranteeing them a stranglehold on European highways. While driving on the roads of the south, Roubier takes two young hitchhikers, but an unfortunate swerve the car rushes by Henri and its occupants on the top of a pine tree onto the side of a cliff.
- Stars:Louis de Funès, Geraldine Chaplin, Olivier De Funès, Alice Sapritch, Paul Préboist, Roland Armontel, Franco Volpi, Jean Panisse, Hans Meyer, Daniel Bellus, Jean-Jacques Delbo, Darsac, Pascal Mazzotti, Danielle Durou, Fernand Berset,
- Country:France, Italy
- Director:Serge Korber,
- Writer:Pierre Roustang (original scenario), Jean Halain (adaptation), Serge Korber (adaptation), Jean Halain (dialogue)
Henry Roubier, a French promoter, and Enrico Mazzini, an Italian, have signed an agreement guaranteeing them a stranglehold on European highways. While driving on the roads of the south, Roubier takes two young hitchhikers, but an unfortunate swerve the car rushes by Henri and its occupants on the top of a pine tree onto the side of a cliff. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Perched on a Tree torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Movie made up with only a few scenes. But what scenes they were, particularly the car conversation. "If you don't like the answers, don't ask the questions".
(it) wrote: I'm always in the mood for big dumb disaster movie. This just might be too dumb even for me. With no interesting characters there's way too little to keep audience entertainet for two hours. All the destruction suffers from "Transformers effect". After a while it gets numb.At least we learned that apocalypse can cure bedwetting, though.
(us) wrote: Someone stole the exams , someone found the thief ...deuh
(es) wrote: This is the Rolling Stones, seen through the collective eyes of Martin Scorsese, and several master cinematographers. What's not to like?
(jp) wrote: Irv is the best part of the movie. It may only have a pg-13 rating, but there are plenty of references to deserve it. Poupi is pretty sweet, but his end makeover was too much. But perhaps he would relax it when they find their new normal. And their end, oi. The story had come to a reasonably sweet conclusion, and then they dump Velveeta over it. Most of the other characters resolved well (family or three, hopeful parents, and rehabilitated grandad with his klepto wife). One costume question: is even a well-dressed tour guide going to navigate all those ruins in heels?
(ag) wrote: oh great another dr. doolitle the 1st one was great the 2nd one was a good sequel but this one they messed up big time
(jp) wrote: Excellently movie!!!
(jp) wrote: the best film by snoop
(us) wrote: Slow, boring, and unrealistic. The opening scene with the therapist was funny, but it all went down hill from there.
(br) wrote: A dreadful piece of horror trash.
(it) wrote: Not perfect but I like it
(gb) wrote: Glorious '80s cheese, with a heroine possessed by a ninja's spirit and sporting an amazing fe-mullet, what more can you ask for? V-8 used as a sex aid? Well it's got that too, so run out and buy a Blu-ray copy, because that's the kinda shit you wanna see in HI-DEF.Give it a rental!
(ca) wrote: One of the greatest films ever - after many viewings its still packs all its punch. Intense, riveting, troubling,
(nl) wrote: imposible ver algo peor
(gb) wrote: Elf (2003) - is a Christmas classic enough said........Okay Okay there's more to it then that but regardless it's still an amazing Christmas movie that's filled with a lot of heart, a lot of laughs and most importantly a lot of Christmas spirit. The story is somewhat very insane but yet it's so clever and kinda thought provoking. Will Ferrel as Buddy the elf is hilarious, His childish nature and curiosity really make him stand out and I love how his Christmas spirit impacts the characters he comes across. The rest of the characters are mainly there just to work off of Buddy but that's not a bad thing because each side character can either be nice to Buddy or just plain mean to Buddy. It can often lead to many hilarious or sometimes heartfelt moments. The Cinematography can also be very impressive. I love the calm, magical and soft look of the North Pole and I was even impressed to see that their were some animated "Rakin Bass" Styled characters in some sequences. I also do love some of the shots of New York whether it be outside at the skating rink or inside the mall that buddy decorates overnight. Just those shots alone bring in the christmas feeling and they really do pop with their bright colors and charming set pieces. The music in this movie feels warm and fuzzy and some of the songs they chose to put in this movie really fit the style of the music score. Some of the songs aren't even christmas related but they still work since most of them are soft and relaxing. I have to admit that one thing was sort of distracting and that was some of the segway transitions it's almost like they used a windows movie maker like system and put random transitions into the movie to make it look cool. They don't ruin the movie in any shape or form but from time to time they can be a little distracting to me and I kinda wished they could have cut down on some of those effects. Elf is a great christmas movie, it definitely knows how to get you in the Christmas Spirit as well as burst out into insane hilarity. I loved watching this movie many times as a kid and chances are i'm still going to watch movie even when i'm older. (A)