Tea in the Harem

Tea in the Harem

The story of two youths - one Algerian, one French - who become juvenile delinquents in a Paris suburb.

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Enrique V (us) wrote: Stop trying to make Mean Girls 2 happen, it's not going to happen.?

Samuel T (it) wrote: What a film! This is an action film starring professional wrestlers who are Rob Van Dam, Dave Batista and Nelson Frazier (Viscera). A new neighbor moves in next to Robert Kalkinowski (Rob Van Dam) who asks him to come to he nightclub for the evening with him family. While they are there Rob's wife goes to the toilet and is gone for a while. Rob gets worried and goes to look for her. he hears her screams and finds her being molested! Rob throws the man off of his wife, the abuser runs towards Rob with a knife, trips and stabs himself. Rob's neighbor walks in and warns Rob that the man who died is Ethan, the brother of the nightclub owner and mobster, Seth! Seth puts a bounty on Rob and thugs from downtown all go hunting for him. Rob later gets some help from Big Ronny (Dave Batista) and all hell breaks lose.This films is of a relatively low budget but is pure, masculine entertainment. The fight scenes are choreographed by the talented martial artist, Marrese Crump, who even appears in the film having a fight with Big Ronny. You will enjoy this more if you are a pro wrestling fan but if you aren't you may still find it a lot of fun. Thanks for reading.

Bill H (mx) wrote: ... we watched Beyond the Sea last night. Spacey could have totally pulled it off if shot in 1985. Timing was just off 20 years. The brilliant John Goodman is totally wasted in this film, although there are solid performances by Bosworth, Ullrich, Hoskins, Blethyn and particularly Aaron.

Jorel D (mx) wrote: I had fun watching this one. When making time travel movies you got to have it all connect in the past and how that will change, or keep the future. So it had its moments, but it went to fast into everything. As researchers they find an old script that contains the signature of one guys dad that dates back 600 years ago. In search of how this could be they are told that they must travel into a warm hole because his dad is stuck in time. Timeline is interesting as the story unfolds. Check it out.

Carol H (es) wrote: It's all right, but nothing spectacular.

Neil B (nl) wrote: Not a patch on Wanda

Jason O (jp) wrote: Originally wanted to see this movie just to see Sally Field naked, but I like most Jeff Bridges and Schwarzenegger movies too. I thought it was alright. It kept me interested the whole way through moreso than I would've thought, and Sally Field was just plain hot when she was my age...still is for her age. It was a lot of fun seeing these three when they were young. I love that it's based in Alabama too, cause that's where I've lived all my life!

Allan C (nl) wrote: Corny super low budget giant monster film out of Denmark (apparently only Danish monster film ever produced, which has a cult following in it's homeland). There is a charm to the film, but it really is very poorly made and the miniature monster is laughably bad, even by 1960s standards. The story involves Danish minors who accidentally dig up the tail of a prehistoric monster who then manages to come back to life and then proceeds to wreck who towns Godzilla style. Originally filmed in Dutch, the film was reshot with English dialogue after the film was bought by American producer Samuel Z. Arkoff for distribution in the US under is American International Pictures banner.

Andrew S (gb) wrote: It isn't as good as the first film but it is a great pleasure to spend more time in the company of these characters. Jolson Sings Again is also strikingly postmodern before the term was even used as the narrative tells of the making of a film of Jolson's life story within the very sequal of said film. The actor playing Jolson in this film also appears as himself in order for...oh you'll just have to see it.

Ahmed H (us) wrote: The most beloved ghost. THE movie of our childhood.

Steven J (gb) wrote: Mulholland drive might be unconventional, but it's engaging and extremely well made with a plot that's both fun and interesting to figure out and analyse. This is not only David Lynch's masterpiece, this is simply one of the best films of all time.