Unlikely events shake France. All the heroes of the famous Jules Verne lived and, without knowing it, are chaos and destruction. And all because of the new French president and the minister... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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MadMax M (it) wrote: what a focking garbage
Travis F (us) wrote: Quite fascinating at times, but tediously boring at others; many poor music choices.
Mike L (it) wrote: As good as sex-ploitation gets...it felt a bit like a Grindhouse feature...that raw, gritty feel...of course the acting wasn't top notch but you don't necessarily expect it to be with a raunchy exploitation flick like this one...
Jennifer X (it) wrote: Yay for documentaries with topics you learned about in school!
Cody F (ru) wrote: A very entertaining neo-noir movie with great performances from RDJ and Val Kilmer. An all around good time
Benjamin W (nl) wrote: One of the lesser-known Ridley Scott films, Matchstick Men (2003) could have been just another heist film, and in some senses, it is. Upon watching the film again, one can easily pick up exactly when the "long con" starts up and which events lead toward the inevitable conclusion. So, perhaps it doesn't have the ability to demand repeat watchings (past about two) on its heist aspects. However, I believe the characters are what give this movie most of its charm. After all, characters make a story, and this one has some good ones.In one of his best "crazy person" roles, Nicholas Cage does an incredible job portraying Roy, a con-artist with severe Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. His performance is often difficult to watch and is cringe-worthy in the opening act. If this is what it's truly like living with OCD, I never want to joke about having it . . . ever. I'm almost amazed he even managed to con as many people as he did considering how serious his condition appears. The little tics and freak-outs Cage brings to this character make his disorder real to the audience.Sam Rockwell ends up portraying the same kind of character he always does in these types of films, but Alison Lohman ends up being the Yin to Cage's Yang with her role as Angela, Roy's 14-year old daughter. She pulls out all the stops and tropes of the teenage girl, which makes for a convincing performance, especially since it's a performance within a performance. Because her presence changes Roy for the better, it's obvious something was missing in his life, and she managed to bring him stability by providing it. On top of all these characters, the spot-on Hans Zimmer score and choice of musical pieces to accompany it make Matchstick Men a fun watch.A standard heist film with a non-standard main character, I give Matchstick Men 3.0 stars out of 5.
Ben A (ru) wrote: Sweet in its own way, so long as you can suspend disbelief when it comes to the sweet young girls infatuation with the grumpy, unattractive old man.
Tease D (es) wrote: Love it. very funny
Rodney E (fr) wrote: Paul Hogan tries to make a cowboy character that isn't anything like Crocodile Dundee in this bad forgettable 90's joke of a movie. In case you didn't get the joke Paul Hogan does his same schtick here. I think Cuba Gooding Jr. was mute in this because the script sucks.
Patrick D (it) wrote: Great acting & direction, but two hours of self-pitying self-destructive diatribe is more than I can stomach. I felt no empathy whatsoever for anyone in this movie.
Art S (es) wrote: Richard Basehart is the poor sap married to unscrupulous tough gal Audrey Topper. She fools around while he works his night job as a pharmacist and she has no interest in his dreams of a house in the suburbs. In fact, eventually she leaves him for a cashed up liquor salesman in a fancy car. Well, this makes Basehart want to get even and he even develops a plan to murder the rich bastard. First, he gets some contact lenses (huge and hard) and he changes the way he dresses. Then, he rents himself a new apartment and introduces himself to everyone using an alias. Of course, he meets a new love (Cyd Charisse) during this time. Still, he intends to go through with the murder until he gets there and realizes its pointless. Except someone else subsequently does kill the liquor salesman and then Basehart is the number one suspect. And his wife returns, making things worse. The whole thing is narrated by a savvy homicide detective (Barry Sullivan) who explains how he breaks suspects by applying tension to them. Indeed, he gets right into the plot, even leading Totter to believe that he loves her and will take her to Acapulco. So much for ethics...but this is film noir.