On his way through the woods to his marriage, Fadinard's horse eats the hat of a married lady spending here a few moments with her lover. Fadinard has to find the very same rare hat to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Bill C (ru) wrote: A workmanlike glimpse into the parallel universe of the Wall Street wealthy. Richard Gere, Tim Roth and Susan Sarandon are exceptionally persuasive professional actors - surrounded here by a well directed and experienced supporting cast. Stuart Margolin, Reg E. Cathey and particularly Tibor Feldman are especially effective in small but important roles.
LaShawnna A (ru) wrote: This was probably one of the worst asian horror flims I have seen. It did however provide comic relief for me and my friends in the early hours of the morning.
Meg S (ag) wrote: It was nice, but hey, those children sure know how to insult middle class familes!
Tim D (mx) wrote: Don Cheadle is great. That man should have got an Oscar for his portrayal of Petey Greene, DJ extroadinaire. Martin Sheen always looks presidential (that's too much West Wing watching from me).
danny d (ru) wrote: a huge disappointment as the final chapter of this groundbreaking series. the telling of the events was muddled and incoherent, and in contrast to trust and betrayal this film just falls so short. it still has value in that the characters are interesting to watch even in such an inept film, but it was hard to watch the series end this way.
Elaine H (ag) wrote: Wonderful story, love Michael Caine
DJ I (fr) wrote: Hands down the worst high school football movie ever made. And that is saying a lot! All you have to do is think of the absolute worst stereotypes about football players, football parents, cheerleaders, & coaches..then mix them all together and you create a travesty called "Varsity Blues." The writers & makers of this trash obviously had issues to work out from their youth and with Revenge of the Nerds already taken.....they chose this path instead. Do Not waste your time with it.
Timothy S (au) wrote: WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY?????? Why is Hollywood crapping on my childhood yet again?
Maxwell S (mx) wrote: If I were a bit dumber, I would definitely give this a 10 out of 10. But, Russ Meyer is certainly a worth-while director. This film is arguably his most famous film. It's so appealing in every way. It's so perfectly unusual and so compelling for reason that go into the depths of our brain. Regardless of appeal and Meyer simply being the greatest of the camp films, there is an obvious intense passion that Meyer has for his films, and he puts in just enough brain-power to make his film on the edge of brilliance. Through the cheesy lines and plot, is something beyond the film.
Francisco F (de) wrote: Quand la psychanalyse alimentait les scenarios hollywoodiens... Reste que Lang n'etait pas un manchot.
Tara H (gb) wrote: Not much of a story, but still a great holiday movie with plenty of laughs and thrills for the kids.
Joseph H (ru) wrote: Going from Superman: The Movie to Superman II is like going from Wolfgang Puck's to Hardee's: The latter is not nearly as well-made or as satisfying as the latter. The best parts of Superman II were all shot by Richard Donner before he was unceremoniously booted by the Salkinds in favor of Richard Lester. Almost all of Lester's scenes are crap compared to what Donner shot.
Mark L (ag) wrote: The Transporter packs some of the most exhilirating action moments to date, but is weighed down by it's script and storyline.