Based on Molière's play. The children of Harpagon, Cléante and his sister Elise, are each in love but they still haven't spoken to their father yet. Harpagon is a miser who wants to choose the right man and the right woman for his children. When Cléante, at last, tries to speak to Harpagon, the old man informs the family that he wants to marry Marianne, the young girl loved by Cléante. Unaware of his son's sorrow, Harpagon doesn't understand why Cléante has become so angry with him.
- Stars:Louis de Funès, Franck Cabot-David, Hervé Bellon, Georges Audoubert, Guy Grosso, Michel Modo, Henri Génès, Max Montavon, Micheline Bourday, Madeleine Barbulée, Anne Caudry, Claire Dupray, Claude Gensac, Bernard Menez, Michel Galabru,
- Director:Louis de Funès, Jean Girault,
- Writer:Louis de Funès, Jean Girault, Molière (play)
Based on Molière's play. The children of Harpagon, Cléante and his sister Elise, are each in love but they still haven't spoken to their father yet. Harpagon is a miser who wants to choose the right man and the right woman for his children. When Cléante, at last, tries to speak to Harpagon, the old man informs the family that he wants to marry Marianne, the young girl loved by Cléante. Unaware of his son's sorrow, Harpagon doesn't understand why Cléante has become so angry with him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Miser torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Very sweet family fun. Beautifully depicts the timelessness of love and family.
(au) wrote: sounds very interesting
(ru) wrote: Uninspiring action film has a woman's ex-husband and current husband teaming up to free her from a double-crossed mob boss. Mostly derivative film (of DIE HARD in particular) at least rewards with the Shannon Tweed effect.
(au) wrote: One of the worst movies I've ever seen. MTV-style bullshit, with cartoonish characters and stupid plot. I am pretty sure a 15 years old can make a better one with a handheld camcorder.
(es) wrote: Had some good laughs. It was quite worrying that I could identify with Sean William Scott's character so much... I am a broken man.
(de) wrote: Sun kissed bodies and azure waters permeate the landscape of Emanuele Crialese's "Respiro", which was a big hit at Cannes. Critics have described the film's simple, character-driven storyline as "very Italianesque", but for me this film has a haunting quality that transcends other recent Italian films and places it amongst the true gems of modern European cinema. The story revolves around Grazia (an enthralling Valeria Golino) who lives on a picturesque Italian fishing island. She's a beautiful free spirit, but is prone to rabid mood swings and highly erratic behavior. Her husband (Vicenzo Amato) is convinced she is mentally ill, and needs treatment in Milan, but her eldest son Pasquale (Francesco Casisa) is determined to protect her. There are several other sub plots, involving Pasquale's sister and her involvement with a local cop and gangs of troublesome boys on the beach, but essentially this is a film about Grazia seen through Pasquale's eyes. Having a young boy as the protagonist is fast becoming a trait of Italian cinema ("Cinema Paradiso", "Malena"), but none the less it works well here, perfectly capturing Pasquale divided between convention and his love for his mother. There is no denying Emanuele Crialese's talent. There are scenes of such haunting beauty throughout this film, captured with Fabio Zamarion's excellent cinematography. The sensuous beauty of Grazia and of the ocean are so alluring and captivating, they draw you into this vivid landscape. This film's ending has to be one of the most haunting scenes I've seen, brilliantly captured and teamed with John Surman's score. It will stay with you for days.
(it) wrote: A story about just how different lives can turn out. Good performances and empathic scenarios engage the audience and connect with the characters.
(fr) wrote: Divertida comedia que nos muestra que a pesar de todo el amor existe as sea perjudicial
(jp) wrote: worst one of the hebie movies,total crap
(jp) wrote: One of the great underrated moments in British cinema, fascinating for the way it coupled social realist concerns to just bloody exciting scenes of trucks careening flat-out down small back roads... There's a terrific British cast on offer: Sid James plays table football by himself, Herbert Lom is the tragic Gino, Sean Connery makes an early screen appearance, and Patrick McGoohan lurches about giggling maniacally, like Rutger Hauer doing pantomime.
(fr) wrote: Quite possibly the best of John Fords Cavalry films this contains all the themes of honour and duty which the director holds so dear in his best work.John Wayne gives and outstanding performance as Captain Nathan Brittles an aging soldier who is due to retire in six days time.Trouble is Custer's men have been massacred at the Battle of Little Big Horn and the local Indians are arming themselves for a confrontation .Brittle's must step up to the plate and use all his years of experience to avoid another massacreEverything works here and the film is one of the best in the genreWayne proves that given the right direction he could put in a top grade performance.Ford also allows the comedy elements to shine through including one of his best stock actors Victor McLaglen as a hard drinking and hard fighting sergeant who is also due to retire in a few weeks.The film is testament to the director and would show that the Western could be more than Good Guys V bad guys.A masterpiece.
(de) wrote: Enjoyable and feel-good movie about the first Indians to play baseball.
(kr) wrote: Great family movie <3