War of the Buttons
For generations, two rival French villages, Longueverne and Velrans, have been at war. But this is no ordinary conflict, for the on-going hostilities are between two armies of young schoolboys. When he is beaten by his father for having lost his buttons, the leader of the Longueverne army, Lebrac, has an idea which will give his side the advantage: next time, he and his brave soldiers will go in battle without their clothes...
- Stars:Jacques Dufilho, Yvette Etiévant, Michel Galabru, Michèle Méritz, Jean Richard, Pierre Tchernia, Pierre Trabaud, Claude Confortès, Paul Crauchet, Henri Labussière, Yves Peneau, Robert Rollis, Louisette Rousseau, Christophe Bourseiller, Claude Bourseiller,
- Director:Yves Robert,
- Writer:Louis Pergaud (novel), François Boyer (adaptation)
For generations, two rival French villages, Longueverne and Velrans, have been at war. But this is no ordinary conflict, for the on-going hostilities are between two armies of young schoolboys. When he is beaten by his father for having lost his buttons, the leader of the Longueverne army, Lebrac, has an idea which will give his side the advantage: next time, he and his brave soldiers will go in battle without their clothes... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
War of the Buttons torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: If you are a rower you'll really like this movie
(us) wrote: WOW! So many brilliant Hollywood blockbuster hits in 2014. However, this might just be my favourite of the comic book movies that were just as awesome (except Amazing Spider-Man 2).I love that they threw away The Last Stand and just reset their entire universe. The plot is exciting yet intriguing. The cast was terrific in their respective roles. The CGI and action was also pretty excellent.The movie was fricking awesome, even as much as Marvel's The Avengers. Welcome back, Bryan Singer! To the franchise you should never leave (until the time has come for a reboot).
(br) wrote: Between a 6/10 and 7/10, although in terms of its core elements, Essential Killing feels as familiar as any standard Hollywood chase movie, from the Bourne and Rambo series to The Fugitive, Skolimowski ensures this is a wholly different kind of experience.
(au) wrote: a different style at but looks good
(it) wrote: its very scary that movie
(de) wrote: Friday, April 08, 2011 (2006) Wolfhound (In Russian with English subtitles) FANTASY Heavily influenced by "The Lord of the Ring" films using a folklore kind of plot about a Russian mythical hero seeking some retribution as well as working for a princess retrieving an amulet as well as to save some of the captured! The major problem is not the cheesy special effects or the acting but the many inconsistencies among it's storyline for it almost seems that they're more good people killed than the bad ones who're the few, in some of the most avoidable situations, viewers have to overlook for it's ruuning time of 136 minutes! Ambitious but very poor! 2 out of 4
(kr) wrote: Pretty cheesy, even by Cannon Films' standards, but you have to hand it to a flick about energy sucking Space Vampires where the hot female one runs around naked for 3/4 of the picture. Stunningly, they spent $25 million in 1985 dollars on this, so it was by no means a B-movie budget-wise. Maybe script-wise. The slick (for its time) production is actually kind of a plus now too, seeing as how we're years away from all the money 'Lifeforce' lost.
(au) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]Written and directed by Jean-Pierre Melville, "Un Flic" is a stylish heist movie with minimal dialogue(There is narration at the beginning that does nobody any favors.), that has not one heist, but two. The first is pulled off at a bank in gale force winds while the second serves as the climax of the film. In between is a Paris where it is impossible to tell the criminals from the police without a scorecard(or for that matter the men from the women). One of the gang of thieves is Paul Weber(Riccardo Cucciolla), an otherwise good man who has gotten desperate after being laid off as an assistant manager for a bank about a year before. On the other side of the fence is Police Superintendent Edouard Coleman(Alain Delon) who resorts to whatever methods he can to catch the criminals, whether it be relying on snitches or roughing up suspects. He even plays the piano a bit at a nightclub frequented by Simon(Richard Crenna), the gang leader. The only thing clear in this grey world is to never be a hero. Look where that will get you. [/font]
(jp) wrote: not as good as the other classic xmas specials, but it is ok
(ag) wrote: Chief Wiggum was great!