Une femme à sa fenêtre

Une femme à sa fenêtre

Romy Schneider plays an aristocratic woman in 1936 Greece, who amuses herself pursuing a shallow loveless affair with a nobleman, but unexpectedly falls in love with a political activist.

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Eric H (fr) wrote: I have to say one thing first: To anyone saying there are too many poop jokes - First of all there are barely any. And secondly, did you expect there to be zero poop jokes when you saw in the trailer where Milo came from? I wouldn't classify this as a horror/comedy, it's a good and inventive black comedy with a great cast. If you thought Gremlins was a horror then maybe you will think this is one too. Gremlins comparisons are vaguely accurate, although since Gremlins has nostalgia attached to it, Bad Milo won't be the same, although it's definitely funnier than Gremlins and with a better cast. If you want a different and creative comedy then see this, otherwise see another one of the usual contrived and redundant tales.

Barry T (ag) wrote: I don't really remember the 1st and its one of those films that begs the question, why a sequel? It does blend slight comedy with gore and horror. This, like the 1st is supposedly based on a true story but it seemed very slight.

Kashfia F (gb) wrote: Comic even at times :-O

Tsukasa A (gb) wrote: This is one of the best Adam Sandler's movie I have ever watched. Interaction of contrasting characters played by Adam Sandler and Seth Rogen Is humorous and entertaining. Their performances are enjoyable enough though other comedians and famous people are casted in it.

ka (kr) wrote: a heart-warming movie

Lee M (es) wrote: Macedonian blockbuster is more successful as a technical accomplishment than as an engaging narrative.

Sean C (jp) wrote: Great satire of reality tv shows. I actually believe that in years to come, people on these competitive game shows like Survivor or the Amazing Race etc. will actually start killing each other off to win the prize. I actually thought that this was an "amazing race" game with murder, but it is actually more akin to "The Running Man" (the novel, not the movie). It was very audacious. I think the complaint about this needing a bigger budget is unfounded. With a bigger budget, I think it was look less real and less like a crappy reality tv show.

Judge L (ag) wrote: One of my favorites from my childhood days. Still a fun one to watch to this day.

Larissa N (de) wrote: altho i do like madonna in general, and moore and dafoe who are moderately pretty good in this, she is one erotically freaky suspect in this tacky courtroom drama - she should've stuck w/ her singing.

Red L (au) wrote: One can't but feel sorry for Hanna - who's whole reason for being is to avenge her mother's murder.

Harrison W (br) wrote: What a cast! Between this, Hidden Figures, and Loving, Virginia sure is awful, huh? There's something satisfying about Denzel humiliating children. A little too predictable and contrived at times.