Viper in the Fist
1920. Jean Rezeau and his elder brother were living happily in their family estate in Brittany, until the death of their grandmother. The return of their mother, a worthy descendant of fairytales' witches, brings an all new atmosphere to their home.
- Stars:Catherine Frot, Jacques Villeret, Jules Sitruk, Cherie Lunghi, Hannah Taylor Gordon, Richard Bremmer, Sabine Haudepin, William Touil, Wojciech Pszoniak, Pierre Stévenin, Annick Alane, Paul Le Person, Alexia Barlier, Amélie Lerma, Dominique Paturel,
- Country:France, UK
- Director:Philippe de Broca,
- Writer:Hervé Bazin (novel), Philippe de Broca, Olga Vincent
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(jp) wrote: *Zero Stars*I have seen bad movies, really bad movies, atrocious movies, and then there are movies that are unexpectedly worse then anyone can comprehend. That's Mad Dog Time. It's a painfully awful, stupid, idiotic, boring, and horribly scripted piece of trash. A complete waste of time and talent. Set in a different planet were men in flashy tuxes kill each other, talk, kill, talk, then kill. Worst part is that it doesn't make sense. The head bad guy wants to see which one of his men can shoot the best. So what does he do? He make them play in a cowboy-styled shootout. If they're both your best men, why kill one and risk the other just so you can see which one is the best? Roger Ebert gave this zero stars, so I figured that I had to watch it in order to see how bad it was. My expectation was already very low. But it was worse than I thought. Way worse. Do not, I repeat DO NOT watch Mad Dog Time.
(mx) wrote: I love how the director managed to keep an interesting and realistic story. Each action scene might not be that great but its enough to make you feel so intense and see what else is coming next.
(au) wrote: It was decent. The plot was interesting and the cast and actors were good. Main issue being the plot was predictable and the ending was very obvious.
(br) wrote: Filme retratando o Chile de Salvador Allende at o golpe de Estado que leva Pinochet ao poder. A histria bem triste, crianas de diferentes classes sociais descobrindo que so mais parecidas do que imaginavamAcho esse filme melhor a cada vez que o vejo, de uma enorme sensibilidade.
(br) wrote: I love this movie. Really goofy and adorable
(fr) wrote: The special effects are cool, but characters and plot are dull. Plus there is not much horror in the movie.
(ru) wrote: This is the funniest non-fiction film ever. The juxtaposition and honesty of this film is unparalleled and the dedication by the film makers of this documentary really display a wonderful Midwestern work ethic. This is a great movie about making movies. Among the best.
(mx) wrote: Makes me laugh every time.
(es) wrote: Barebacked from behind to her sweety honey bee Ass hole mmm erotica!
(es) wrote: As a writer, I know that it's one thing to be able to write an interesting and entertaining story, and another entirely to be able to recite it in a way that is just as interesting and entertaining. Luckily, both areas seem to be Spalding Gray's expertise, so even though this film is just him monologuing the whole time, it still held my attention, and I even laughed a couple times. However, since this is a movie and not just a reading, there are definitively more ways he could have taken advantage of this new medium, rather than just subtle differences in lighting, music, or camera angle. Maybe this is just personal preference, but if I'm watching a movie, I want to feel like I'm watching a movie and not just a one-man stage performance that happened to be filmed.
(de) wrote: Whereas a number of period pieces fall short, this is a seemingly perfect recreation of the late Depression / early WWII era. It was fun watching this with my grandmother and talking about the music - the soundtrack is exceptional, a great introduction to swing. September Song is used to exceptional effect throughout the film.
(us) wrote: One of my most favorite movies. Hysterically funny and it is not out on DVD!
(ca) wrote: Yet another 70's depression era bank robbery film, but unlike the bulk of the other films this one works very well. Robert Altman is in top form on the film, that follows three career criminals as the get out of jail and then go on a bank robbing spree. Duvall and Carradine are great together and the cinematography is also top notch, but it's Altman's style of storytelling that takes your attention away in this film. The only problem that I had with the film was that the beginning was a little slowand perhaps a little to long, still highly recommended for Altman fans and those that admire the films of the 70's.
(fr) wrote: Interesting exercise in style. Shockingly sexually overt for 1950.
(es) wrote: The Saratov Approach although it is based on a true story of 2 LDS Missionaries, is an uplifting, and brilliant story featuring a strong male lead for any Chrisitan, religious or even non-religious people. It excites and leaves you sitting on the edge of your seat nearly the whole time with different twists and turns that take you on an epic adventure through mystery, thrills, and dramatic events! I love this movie and highly recommend if for nearly anyone. But I especially recommend it for aspiring future LDS Missionaries and their entire family. But I must warn that it IS rated PG-13 for a reason, I would not recommend anyone under the age of about 10 years old to see it. I loved this movie and its story. I hope it goes far!