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Through a set of wacky circumstances, a young gold digger mistakenly woos a mild-mannered bartender thinking he's a wealthy suitor.

Through a set of wacky circumstances, a young gold digger mistakenly woos a mild-mannered bartender thinking he's a wealthy suitor

Priceless is the best great movie of Pierre Salvadori (scenario), Benoît Graffin (scenario), Pierre Salvadori (dialogue). This movie was introduced in 2006. We can counted many actors in this movie torrents, such as Audrey Tautou, Gad Elmaleh, Marie-Christine Adam, Vernon Dobtcheff, Jacques Spiesser, Annelise Hesme, Charlotte Vermeil, Claudine Baschet, Laurent Claret, Jean de Coninck, Blandine Pélissier, Philippe Vendan-Borin, Bernard Bourdeau, Didier Brice, Laurent Mouton. The kind of movie are Romance. The rating is 7 in www.imdb.com. This is really a good movies torrent. Enjoy this movies torrent and share to your friends

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Users reviews


albert o (au)

zombies of mass destruction


Bob L (us)

One of Robin Williams very best movies


Guye J (es)

, Sonny Landham, Charles Meshack, Brian Libby(from the movie Silent Rage starring Chuck Norris as the unstoppable silent killer). Nez Jr. Nelson, Miguel A. This 1988 action movie is a classic! You had a lot of stars in this movie! You had Carl Weathers, Vanity, Sharon Stone, Bill Duke, Al Leong, Craig T


Harry W (fr)

Sunshine has a talented cast and a strong sense of style, making it all the more disappointing when the narrative fails to capitalize on its concept and falls into a path of slasher film conventions and recycled plot points from superior science fiction films. Chris Evans is also a welcome presence in his pre-Avengers career. Cillian Murphy is also effective and Mark Strong is an easily convincing villain. He comes off as being a very genuine human being on the basis of this scene. Benedict Wong similarly stands out predominantly because of the raw human emotion he displays when delivering a really intense monologue close to the start of the film. Rose Byrne also contributes a strong effort as she is seemingly the most emotionally involved of all the cast members, keeping in a heightened state of intensity which plays out in both her line delivery and her physical movements. Cliff Curtis has always been an actor I've respected, and so I'm happy to see him working in mainstream American cinema where he really gets a chance to display his talents to a wide audience. He's smart but he takes a simple path not to complicate things, keeping him likable. He explains the scientific language of the film at a steady and coherent pace without resorting to a condescending extent of layman's terms, and he does it with a truly genuine nature to him which adds a sense of humanity to his presence. In my case I liked Cliff Curtis the most because he spoke with a very eloquent sophistication. So as a means of establishing any favourites, it's really a matter of personal preference for cast members. Everyone offers some kind of one-dimensional story of their own which doesn't go anywhere and essentially proves to be a tedious distraction from the central narrative. It's just a shame that there are really no characters supplied to back them up as there are countless characters and little who are memorable. Also, the diverse nature of the cast really lends the film a realistic ear of credibility and provides roles to people of various races outside of the conventional Hollywood sphere. Danny Boyle proves to maintain his sense of imagery even in the face of an ineffective screenplay. During the climax of the story, the musical score is captivating in truly the finest sense of the word. Of course the highlight of the film's technical achievements is the magnificent musical score which captures the large scale of the journey and the sentimentality of the emotional intensity. It's really a shame because Sunshine managed to wring some truly impressive production values out of its relatively small budget of $40 million thanks to skilful production design, costumes and visual effects. This renders much of the imagery pointless in the lasting value of the narrative, ensuring that the film stays one-dimensional. Sunshine seems to be convinced that its display of the mysteries of space and science are a subject of intellectual marvel, but in actuality they are just used as devices to kill off the characters. In essence Sunshine is little more than a slasher film set in outer space where the killer is constantly changing, and any attempt it makes to pretend it is something else proves to just pile on a surplus of one-dimensional characters and arbitrary plot points which make no direct contribution to the story path. And against all expectations, I must say that Event Horizon triumphs as a superior film simply because it isn't as pretentious as Sunshine. But when it comes down to it, both films follow plotlines too similar to disregard. Sunshine aims for more emotional heft while Event Horizon was of a far more exploitation nature as it opted more for commercial gimmicks. Sunshine does have the credibility of using themes from Armageddon (1998), Silent Running (1971) and Dark Star (1974) to elicit nostalgia, but these are arbitrary points to the story which offer it nothing in the long run. Sunshine insists on falling into the same narrative path yet pretending that it is something more. But since everybody is aware that it is a horror film there is nothing in disguise. Much like Sunshine, Event Horizon proves to bring itself into contact with slasher film conventions. I refer to the science fiction horror film Event Horizon (1997), an imperfect yet seriously underrated box office bomb which has since earned the status of being a cult classic. Anderson. S. Oddly enough a film that cites these three features as key influences was already directed by Paul W. The story in Sunshine is clearly inspired by a multitude of science fiction classics, borrowing from 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), Solaris (1972) and Alien (1979). The majority of the focus in Sunshine is simply on the main characters struggling to survive due to the fault of human error in their space journey, and it soon becomes an experiment to see how many ways writer Alex Garland can come up with for killing off his characters. Sunshine boasts a story about a collection of astronauts and scientists on a journey to the sun to reignite it and save planet earth in the process, but along the way everybody manages to forget about this and jeer the narrative off into a completely different path. The pace of the film moves along steadily enough to allow audiences to adjust without confusion, but we aren't necessarily given much of a reason to care about the characters in the film aside from general obligation. We are given nothing to lead us into the story, we are just thrown the middle of it without consideration. This gives us no contextualization to the current situation on earth, the nature behind starting the mission or just what the mission meant to anybody on a personal level. Sunshine immediately thrusts the story to a point in the mission where the characters are already within the orbit of Mercury and thus a short distance from the sun. With an interesting concept and a talented director, Sunshine sounded like an innovative science fiction story


Jonathan I (ca)

Brilliant!. Actually, much different than I was expecting with a name like 'Cabaret. Much more engaging and story than I was expecting


Kyle M (au)

A-)(Full review coming soon). A wonderful family musical adventure with suspiciousness to the plot and Van Dyke's same talents third time on-screen


Rangan R (au)

10. Because, because of watching it you won't turn a Mormon in an overnight. So just enjoy its contents as a human being with the emotions and ignore the religious stuffs if you think it is overshadowed by that. The wonderful cast and shot in the nicest places. It was a quality of the television product, mainly because it is PG rated. The story was narrated from an atheist teen girl's perspective, but her condition of life had an impact for telling a beautiful and semi-emotional tale. In many parts, that's what the film characters express through the dialogues and makes us comfortable for further viewing. Because it was not about the god stuff, it was about the human bond and having faith in each other to work together. In fact, it is a very enjoyable film, not just for the kids or the women, but anyone and mostly for the families. It might be about a Mormon related theme, that does not mean it is a propaganda or anything, but obviously that's how it looks like. So that is where this film comes in, even for the non-believers. I mean I belong to no religion, but there are many good things about them other than wasting time in the temples and churches for the fantasy things. But if it delivers a message or gives a lesson, I'll take it as an inspiration, no matter what category it belongs to. I am a film fanatic, so like everybody else I seek entertainment in the films I watch. If you won't mind anything else. . . What matters here is the message


Shawn W (it)

Rubber monster suit was a little disappointing. On its own, not bad. Blatant Corman rip off of Alien has a handful of survivors living in a underground shelter until a mutant gargoyle enters the safe haven


Thomas B (ru)

Funny and corny , but the movie is worth watching


Toni H (it)

Anything with a young Harrison Ford has to be outstanding