Quiet Days in Clichy

Quiet Days in Clichy

Jens Jorgen Thorsen's freewheeling adaptation of Henry Miller's notorious novel offered a different kind of American in Paris and pushed the boundaries of sex on the screen

Not so quiet, Joey and Carl's days in Clichy... The two men, living in a small apartment, are penniless writers, with not enough to eat, which does not prevent them from enjoying life. One ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Quiet Days in Clichy torrent reviews

Karsh D (nl) wrote: Really enjoyed this. Ray Winstone is more than at home with this type of role. It is at times a gritty and bloody affair. Will watch this again without doubt.

Chris L (it) wrote: Gay men in their soccer kit? Yeah, baby, yeah!

Jason V (it) wrote: A good surprise is this movie!

Movie R (it) wrote: (Reviewed by: Nick) In some ways, I found "Major League: Back to the Minors" to be better than the second movie even though there was really no point in making a third movie. I, unlike other people, found the switch of focus to the minor leagues to be a welcome change. Some people also complain about how they switched from the Indians to the Twins, but once again, I didn't find that all bad. The main problems I had was the movie trying to play off the other movies by including people that weren't needed. Maybe if this one its own standalone baseball movie it wouldn't have been too bad. Instead, they had to bring back characters like Cerrano and Tanaka for no apparent reason other than to remind us this was a "Major League" movie. The return of Roger Dorn I could live with and Bob Uecker is so funny, it was nice to have him back. I did like the story surrounding how the minor league Buzz would face off against the major league Twins even though it was farfetched. Also, the movie was still quite funny in some parts that had me laughing out loud. Near the end, though, the movie kind of seemed to lose its luster and there was a lot of bad acting and cheesy lines and moments. And I know everybody else has mentioned it, but the cheesy computer-generated baseball was useless and not needed at all. As for the acting, I really enjoyed Scott Bakula as Gus Cantrell. Like I said earlier, Bob Uecker was still funny as the commentator, but maybe lost some of his funniness this movie. As for all the other actors playing the baseball players, they ranged from good to alright. Nobody really stood out. "Major League: Back to the Minors" isn't really as bad as people say, it just isn't great. I still feel that it could've been way better had it not had the "Major League" movie tag. In my opinion, it's still worthy of a watch.

Ian C (de) wrote: "22 years. Man, L.A. has changed a lot during that time" The air got dirty and the sex got clean.Since 1991, I have been modelling my life on Angelo Pappas. Busy defines the balls. Reeves is such a shit actor and I love him for it. The surf Nazi gang with black member crack me up. That scene with Utah unloading his pistol in the air is probably the most emotional moment in the history of cinema. Some unbelievable dialogue from Pappas "Harp, I want to tell you something. I was in this bureau when you were still popping zits on your funny face and jerking off with the lingerie section of the sears catalogue" and the excellent ", Listen you snot-nose little shit, I was takin' shrapnel in Khe Sanh when you were crappin' in your hands and rubbin' it on your face". Love the soundtrack aswell Hendrix - If 6 was 9, PIL - Criminal and Love 7 and 7 is,

Evie G (us) wrote: You'll love this if you're into British humour! Maggie Smith was hilarious!!

Kanishka P (gb) wrote: I enjoyed this movie a LOT a long time a go. Good cast with Richard Harris and Sophia Loren. A gripping story line with an infectious disease on the loose and on a TRAIN. And the best scene of the movie is the last one and it's pretty awesome.

Andy C (ag) wrote: 'Watership Down' this ain't! Janet Leigh sure must love getting attacked by crazed animals; bunnies? Really? The actors are, unfortunately, playing this material straight which makes this crapfest far more entertaining that it ought to be.

Cigdem S (kr) wrote: Anthong Quinn was born to play Alexis Zorba.

gary t (au) wrote: wow what a movie 2 watch.,....i have just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch.....its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie....i think that hayley mills, horst buchholz, john mills play good roles/parts throughout this movie.,....i think that hayley mills plays a good part throughout this movie....i think that the director of this drama/classics/crime/thriller movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie,....i think that this is a good classics movie 2 watch with a good cast throughout this movie n its a great movie 2 watch

Jason C (mx) wrote: This is reportedly one of Quentin Tarintino's favourite films and it's not hard to see why - apart from the stylised and abundant violence there are some nicely interwoven dark undercurrents and the characterisation of vapid adolescents is quite masterfully done.

Glenn B (ag) wrote: Scared the whizz out of me when I was a wee one: especially the scene with the awful melting head of Freda Jackson. It is one of two pretty mundane H. P. Lovecraft films by Daniel Haller who if I recall was an art director for Roger Corman at one point. DMD! has its moments but is ultimately a fairly pedestrian rendition of Lovecraft's "The Colour out of Space." One of Boris' later films. Nick Adams is pretty bad.

Micky L (fr) wrote: Not in all means a bad movie, just an unfaithful adaptation with a few mean spirited characters, and some lame jokes.

Jonathan D (kr) wrote: In short...it's awesome. Kung Fu Panda is the best CGI-animation movie since The Incredibles. Clever writing, gorgeous animation, fun action, and stellar vocal work by Jack Black, Dustin Hoffman, Angelina Jolie, Seth Rogen, and...(drumroll please)...Jackie Chan! The latter lends a feel of authenticity to this kung-fu themed flick, but you don't have to be a martial arts aficionado to enjoy the ride. Like The Incredibles, this works on multiple levels: kids movie, adult comedy, fantasy, and action movie. Jack Black is immensely likable and Dustin Hoffman charms. There's even some decent morality and philosophy going on. And it'll make you laugh. What more do you want? **** (out of five).