Une visite au Louvre

Une visite au Louvre


A visit to the Louvre in Paris commentated by an actor reading Cézanne. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Une visite au Louvre torrent reviews

Golia K (ru) wrote: Tom at the Farm is ultimately a psychological thriller - a movie about the secrets we sometimes try to bury deep inside us in order to deceive ourselves.

Rick R (nl) wrote: Los Bandoleros (2009)This isn't really a true movie, but it's a short that was included in the extras section of the BlueRay version of the "Fast and Furious" DVD. Not many know that Vin Diesel has dabbled in screen writing and film making himself and this gave him an opportunity to put something together while he was hanging out in the Dominican Republic where the beginning of Fast and Furious was filmed.I guess that it is sort of meant as a back-story, where Dominic Toretto (Diesel) is in hiding before his crew starts showing up for the infamous triple trailer gas tanker heist. We are familiarized with the people of the Dominican Republic. It surprisingly has more detail about Han Lu (Sung Kang) about how they met. It also has some more about the latin characters who are part of the gang, who just sort of show up in this movie and the next. There's some great scenes where Letty (Michelle Rodriguez) shows up and her and Dom get reacquainted.

Bartlomiej P (de) wrote: Double story one based on the novel "Tatarak" and the second of the story of movie's main actress (Krystyna Janda). Another good movie about death from Poland ;). In my opinion this movie lacks something, most surely a better ending.

Joe W (gb) wrote: Some Beijing local dialog is really interesting, but the storyline of this film is really bad, there is too many better actors in Beijing, Ge You's acting always shows a little bit dull, I don't like him.

Jamie C (ca) wrote: Too long, Goes very slow in the middle, The story was ok but boring but there was a good battle scene at the beginning and near the end but apart from that it's pretty bland and not greatly acted, I'd stick to Troy.

John M (gb) wrote: Excellent documentary that discusses Shakespeare and one of his most famous plays, "Richard III." Through discussion and staging scenes from the play, Pacino and crew give us a layman's view on the Bard and his masterworks!

Greg B (jp) wrote: Not the best Bronson movie, but I really liked it. Interesting, although a bit hard to buy into, story. Actor performances carry the movie.

Lee H (mx) wrote: Fun yet nonsense. Penned by Bruce Lee and James Coburn, its a zen philosophical story (a quest for enlightenment no less) laced with martial arts. Has an amazing if yet odd cast in it for what it is. Definately one to check out.

jay n (gb) wrote: What was the point of this awful, nonsensical movie? None that I could see. Ugly and aimless.

Andy F (ca) wrote: Madcap farce with a dark twist and sparkling atmosphere. Interesting.