What's Cooking in Paris
Top-notch french restaurant owner Monsieur Septime is involved into crime when one of his famous guests disappears.
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Kena D (us) wrote: Fun to watch but I cannot tell if it really is all because of Helena Bonham Carter alone. She is phenomenal to watch and translates beautifully into the Liz Taylor role she plays.
Shane F (gb) wrote: This is an AMAZING movie. If you watch get ready for emotions to run rampant. 5/5 stars
Christy W (fr) wrote: ?, 1/2> (R)(TM)? 3/4~......
Brandon H (jp) wrote: She not a killer just don't push her...
Kelly O (fr) wrote: Whoops, wrong movie. never saw this, don't know anything about it
Amanda H (es) wrote: I didn't have high expectations for this- in fact, I expected to be bored. But this is much less about the school shooting than it is about the relationship between two girls who have absolutely nothing in common, but manage to find common ground anyway. It's quite refreshing, albeit a little slow moving. I was impressed.
caleb t (nl) wrote: Kind of interesting!?
Augusto A (gb) wrote: The photography is beautiful and Cronenberg's approach to the storytelling is certainly interesting, but ultimately it falls into the trap of so many film student's or young filmmaker's firsts, that of being way too experimental and reliant on psycho-philosophical babble for its own good. I think it was Cronenberg's intention to have the audience assume a distant position of scientific observer throughout the film based on his approach, but I grew so detached from everything that by the 30 minute mark I couldn't care less about the conclusion. Although I love how the character's story is told completely without dialogue and the only spoken words are in the form of the documentary style narration, I wish there was some development of a stronger personal attachment to them, so I could actually care about what they were going through. That said, I really like the final scenes. It's amazing that they contain so much emotional weight after the coldness that preceded them, but I do believe that was intentional. It could work very well as an intro to a screening of THX-1138.
Nicolas M (us) wrote: Hoho, Christopher Lee et (ce qu'il restait a l'epoque de) Boris Karloff ! Un film de sorcellerie tres honnete, qui ne vire pas trop dans le n'importe quoi fantastique. La photo, toute en couleurs saturees, et les effets speciaux des sequences de reve sont un peu dates. Mais bon, ca reste agreable.
John R (it) wrote: Frank was the big boss!
Mike M (au) wrote: Twilight Zone-ish tale of a man who agrees to restarting his existence under a completely new identity. Several familiar faces in this cast, with good direction from Frankenheimer. Good flick that - other than perhaps a quick edit here and there - is a definite winner in glorious black and white. The lesson here? Be careful what you wish for . . .
Chris G (es) wrote: Man's struggle with/against chaos! :-)))
Luc L (gb) wrote: A strong emotional film that will melt your heart as it surely did for me.
Nikki M (de) wrote: One of my all time favorite comedies!!
Thomas B (es) wrote: It's a stunning thing to capture on film and makes you think hard about exactly how much of the internet actually exists. Full review later.
Nick E (br) wrote: Eddie the Eagle has just enough heart and inspiration without it being too over-sentimental.