Pleasure (And Its Little Inconveniences)
L'histoire d'un bidasse qui rencontre l'infirmière, qui retrouve le comique, qui rencontre la femme mariée, qui retrouve le notable, qui rencontre le chien fou, qui retrouve sa Loulou, et Loulou, tout naturellement, rencontre Jack L'Eventreur. En un mot, l'histoire de personnages à la recherche effrénée du plaisir.
- Stars:Mathieu Kassovitz, Vincent Cassel, Julie Gayet, Foued Nassah, Florence Thomassin, Caroline Cellier, Michele Placido, Andrea Coftis, Francis Renaud, Delphine Zingg, Roland Marchisio, Dan Sasson, Patrick Goossens, Virginie Darmon, Christine Paolini,
- Country:France, Italy, Luxembourg
- Director:Nicolas Boukhrief,
- Writer:Nicolas Boukhrief, Dan Sasson
L'histoire d'un bidasse qui rencontre l'infirmière, qui retrouve le comique, qui rencontre la femme mariée, qui retrouve le notable, qui rencontre le chien fou, qui retrouve sa Loulou, et Loulou, tout naturellement, rencontre Jack L'Eventreur. En un mot, l'histoire de personnages à la recherche effrénée du plaisir. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pleasure (And Its Little Inconveniences) torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: really good sequel that builds from the first one in an interesting direction for the third.
(ru) wrote: A friend of mine recommended this beautiful movie. Now I want to recommend it to you. This movie is absolutely amazing and very impressive!
(au) wrote: Some nice touches but mostly formulaic - for a Largo Winch adventure. Still entertaining but the first one was much more interesting.Kudos to the director for the handling his underage actor.
(es) wrote: kinda funny ok sequel french austin powers or ohnny english
(jp) wrote: Review will be written when/if re-watched (Probability: Zero).First viewing: 22.07.2002
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(fr) wrote: woody as woody as bechet
(ag) wrote: My brother worked on this movie and no one has heard of it and I Love IT!!
(jp) wrote: this is the better house party
(mx) wrote: I wasn't sure if I was watching a spoof. I was laughing at the film and fast forwarded the last five minutes because I just didn't care. This film is just not good. I rented it as a joke to see how bad it was and it didn't disappoint. Cheesy effects, with a bad storyline, gets you this.
(mx) wrote: Exploring the dark side of suburbia is nothing new at this point. Some would even argue that it's a rather pass subject to discuss after so much of the world has changed. Well then what makes Ordinary People stand out? There are plenty of things sure, but the most prominent would be its earnestness. A film like this could be easily be written off as Oscar bait from afar. But when you really break it down and watch these wonderful actors giving excellent performances, Robert Redford providing some very subtle direction, and this story of tragedy and recovery moving along so naturally, you may just reconsider that notion. In short, Ordinary People is a grim and heartbreaking examination of some very unordinary people trying their very damn best to be ordinary. Every performance is fantastic, every shot is masterfully crafted, and the themes explored are tastefully done while still unrelenting. Perfect.
(br) wrote: probably the longest epic i've seen, a bit unnecessary at time, but overall very interesting and meaningful. 1 or 2 hours could have easily been cut but I was still impressed by the performances and authenticity
(nl) wrote: This is a brilliant black comedy based on a great off Broadway play. The story is fantastic and comments on city life and the postmodern world in an outrageous way. I love this movie, and I recommend it.
(nl) wrote: One of Japanese film studio Toho's customarily-camp sci-fi classics, featuring their usual cheesily-fun effects work and ultra-detailed miniature landscapes, as well as a typically nonsensical plot: the still-beating heart of the Frankenstein Monster is sent from Germany to Japan for research during WW ll, and after being exposed to radiation from the Allied forces' bombing of Hiroshima, inexplicably mutates into a hideous yet benevolent snaggle-toothed oversized juggernaut who resembles the titular creature, replete with flattened head! After aimlessly bopping around the mountainous regions of the Land of the Rising Sun for a while, he encounters Baragon, a gigantic, grumpy, boston terrier-faced, rhino-horned, flappy-eared, flame-throwing dinosaur in serious need of an attitude adjustment, and they engage in a battle royale to the death, using the always-unfortunate Japan as their personal rumble-ring. Interestingly, the film was made with two endings--the other showcasing Frankenstein's fatal tangle with an outsized octopus. Both can be found on Tokyo Shock's recent DVD release.
(de) wrote: Gripping horror with such realism. Profoundly smart and battling enduring. Outstanding in both idea and performance.
(kr) wrote: BLACK COBRA: A female photographer snaps a photo of the leader of a murderous motorcycle gang and supercop Fred "the Hammer" Williamson must protect her. Supposedly set in the US but obviously filmed in Italy with a mostly Italian cast, this is entirely worthless except for the fact that Williamson's acting and the script's dialogue are so shamelessly cliched that they become laugh out loud funny at times.
(fr) wrote: This movie really had a meaning to it. I enjoyed it and Denzel did a great job like always.Gotta Love Spike Lee Joints!
(ca) wrote: Apparently not a single southern soldier were racist and all apparently loved the people they kept as property. If you want more interesting movies I recommend glory