The story centers around a graduating class of "less-gifted" students in a private Versailles high school. Only a miracle has brought the students this far along, and after a practical joke misfires and the whole school is dynamited, the students are in deep trouble. They have to present themselves in court for their punishment and it could not be worse: If they don't pass their high-school graduation exams, they go to prison!
- Stars:Michel Galabru, Maria Pacôme, Daniel Auteuil, Philippe Taccini, Tonie Marshall, Hubert Deschamps, Raymond Bussières, Georges Anderson, Féodor Atkine, Henri Attal, Gaëtan Bloom, Richard Bohringer, Jean Cherlian, Etienne Draber, Hélène Dublin,
- Director:Claude Zidi,
- Writer:Michel Fabre, Didier Kaminka (dialogue), Claude Zidi (dialogue)
Baptiste 'Bebel' Lavalle and his classmates in Versailles' private high-school Louis XIV enjoy their careless life enough to deliberately fail the exams, a national record of zero ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Under-Gifted torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Anybody that thinks Movie 43 was the worst movie of 2013 clearly hasn't seen this, nor should they. There isn't anything good I can say about this and all the bad things about it will take too long for me to write. Simply just avoid this.
(br) wrote: The Prom is a big thing i US, its not the same in DK, we actually don't have proms in the same way.Well it's interesting to see both the preparations for prom, and especially when its all new and both white and blacks will go together.At first it's hard to believe that it didn't happen before, but when you hear about the parents and their attitude well its clear to see it haven't. The parents are ruining this very good opportunity to don't discriminate, and that is a shame that the kids can't entirely decide how it should be done.
(fr) wrote: went 2 sleep~ then woke up.. rewind~ the onli cool~ part is when she puts the canteen back with the arm...
(jp) wrote: Great googly moogly what a wreck of a movie. Everything about it was bad -- the writing, the acting, the editing, the story. And it played every stereotype imaginable. It was like watching a train wreck if everyone on board was naked.
(us) wrote: A not-so-great movie that I kept watching.
(ru) wrote: From the director that you brought you the tepid action thrillers Romeo Must Die and Exit Wounds, comes another lame action thriller with Cradle 2 The Grave. Jet Li is barely in this movie, and literally get only about 10-15 lines throughout the whole thing. DMX is simply not a very convincing actor, as he is very stuff and wooden. Anthony Anderson and Tom Arnold provide some very nice comedic relief, but most of it is just bluntly racist. Gabrielle Union and Kelly Hu get a brief cat fight, but are mostly eye candy. The film's only highlight is the finale battle between Jet Li and Mark Dascascos. They fight in a ring of fire, with water dramatically raining on them only. This is intercut with the before mentioned cat fight and DMX vs some random goon. This movie is so bad. There are simply no other words. Jet Li fights a midget for a brief moment, and defeats about 20 MMA fighters with wirework in some very sloppy and lazy action choreography. Throw in an exploitative strip tease and some half baked plot about -diamonds that can become nuclear, and you have a very tame action movie that is all half assed style and not much substance. I'll give it one star for the cast (mainly Tom Arnold and Chi McBride), and one more for the competent but brief climax fight.
(gb) wrote: i liked it, even though it was dead alive with sheep
(au) wrote: Taps is memorable for introducing film goers to Tom Cruise and Sean Penn. It is an impressive movie. It also has a good score, well edited, and notable cinematography. George C. Scott gives an incredible performance. The script is well written. Harold Becker does an amazing job directing this film. I enjoyed watching this film because of the great characters. Taps is a must see.