The Mystery of the Yellow Room

The Mystery of the Yellow Room

Joseph Rouletabille (Bruno Podalydès), a reporter for a local newspaper, investigates the attempted killing of Mathilde Stangerson (Sabine Azéma), who uses the yellow room of the title as her bedroom. At the time of the revolver shots her room was locked and the windows were barred, but when her father (Michael Lonsdale) enters after having forced the door, there is no-one there except for Mathilde. So who did it and how did he get away?

A woman is sleeping in her bedroom. Her room can not be opened from the outside, but only from inside. When suddenly one night somebody attempted to murder her. Before the police arrived ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mateus B (au) wrote: I enjoyed the movie in general a lot, but as much as these genius scenes were nice, they over time grew more and more "hollywoody". In every movie of this type, the idea of an amazing genius is often slightly oversold.

Debra M (br) wrote: It shows that headbanging started in the 10th century...hmmmmmmm.......

Irene M (jp) wrote: Very long. Ensemble piece a la Grand Canyon, with lots of characters dealing with quotidian, first world, middle class depression. Although I enjoyed it, not quite sure why it got such a high metascore. However I did enjoy the pulling-back-of-the-curtain on what life in Asia is like.

Danielle C (gb) wrote: Denis Leary is great, Love him and he even co-wrote and produced it! Really good character and hilarious side stories with a smart-ass girl friend who really does "know-it-all".

Senistro B (au) wrote: Oh Captain, my Captain, Carpe diem!!!

Matthew R (fr) wrote: An odd but charming film.

Nathaniel B (fr) wrote: Really one of the only movies that made me cry. This story is so sad. I'm sure it'll leave you heartbroken.

The B (it) wrote: BLITHER BLITHER BLITHER!

Victor V (ag) wrote: MOVIE IS GREAT - ONE OF MY FAVORITES

Jeshelle V (fr) wrote: One part I don't get is why the grown up skinnier Chris (Ryan Reynold's character) wants to date her Jamie (Amy Smart's character) when she never wanted the fat pudgy him? It's kinda like,Chris: "I know I'm a fat pig. But what about this.I'll go get sexy and be incredibly successful, come back, and we can be together?"Jamie: "Sure!!"Shallow.

Gunpowder B (ru) wrote: A hall of fame cast improves on a timelessly classic comedy which hits home runs when it hits, and uses the familiarity of its convention to cover any overreach.

JB B (nl) wrote: In 1965, an American pilot on a top secret bombing mission was shot down over Laos and taken to a prison camp deep in the impenetrable jungle of Vietnam. The pilot's name is Dieter Dengler and he goes through some harrowing experience while he is there with his prison mates. Soon they plan a escape, but the real prison isn't the prison camp itself but the whole jungle. Inspired by the true story of Dieter Dengler(Christian Bale), this was a exhilarating experience. It stands as a true testament to the impossible boundaries of the human condition, like it says in the back of the DVD/Blu-ray cover. This was a excellent film and gives "Cast Away" a run for it's money. Christian Bale really brought his A game into this movie and his acting was very well executed like the rest of the movie. He played Dieter Dengler in a charismatic and very likable way, to the point you actually really care for his character. The insanity that consumes the prisoners was believable and the escape plan part of the story was well done as well and it was interesting and involving. I must say this is also a feel good movie and doesn't keep you depressed at the end of the film, which was a breath of fresh air. But it was a gripping film that had my attention from beginning to end, and it was effecting and engrossing. I however found something to be missing, maybe the intellectual depth or maybe it's cause it's a bit too American. lol! :P

Kiarash Z (ca) wrote: Drop the horrible jazzy music and pointless flashes of modernization, and this is a powerful, gripping, terrifying tale.