You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet
From beyond the grave, celebrated playwright Antoine d'Anthac gathers together all his friends who have appeared over the years in his play "Eurydice." These actors watch a recording of the work performed by a young acting company, La Compagnie de la Colombe. Do love, life, death and love after death still have any place on a theater stage? It's up to them to decide. And the surprises have only just begun...
- Stars:Barbra Streisand, Seth Rogen, Julene Renee, Mathieu Amalric, Pierre Arditi, Sabine Azéma, Jean-Noël Brouté, Anne Consigny, Anny Duperey, Hippolyte Girardot, Gérard Lartigau, Michel Piccoli, Denis Podalydès, Michel Robin, Andrzej Seweryn, Jean-Chrétien Sibertin-Blanc, Michel Vuillermoz, Lambert Wilson,
- Country:France, Germany
- Director:Alain Resnais,
- Writer:Alain Resnais (adaptation), Laurent Herbiet (adaptation), Jean Anouilh (plays)
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You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: I'm surprised to see this got such bad ratings. I never saw the first one, and maybe that movie takes itself more seriously. The premise of this movie may be a bit overdone, but this was an ontersting take on a Grindhouse flick. I've seen complaints about the pointless gore, but pointless gore IS the point. Cabin Fever 2 doesn't aspire to be anything more than a C movie, and I think if you have that expectation (which you should be from the opening scene), you'll be entertained. All of the classic grindhouse elements are there - excessive (hilarious) gore, cartoony characters, and cheesy one-liners - and arexcellently done. However, the premise of this movie (if not the execution) is far more believable than most others in its genre, and to my mind, this makes it scarier. I'd also like to mention that the acting is much better than a C movie, or even a B movie. Obviously, these types of movies are not for everyone, but if you're a fan of intentionally bad movies, I recommend it. If you're looking for a movie with an adult Rider Strong , though, I can't recommend it - he may have first billing, but I didn't see him at all during the movie - I suspect that he's the guy who gets killed within the first minute.
(fr) wrote: Well, they tried. A good effort, but it meanders here and there and the tonal changes sometimes come like a newbie 18 wheeler driver trying to shift and grinding gears instead. But...I still enjoyed it. It also made me appreciate "Get Shorty" all that much more.
(ca) wrote: it was a twisted fates story, yet cute and funny at the same time. favorite movie!!
(gb) wrote: :D What's up with the covers?!
(au) wrote: A much derided Adam Sandler film is one that I would say is actually one of my favorites. I'd put "Little Nicky" right up there with "Billy Madison" or "Happy Gilmore" (though his dramatic performance in "Punch Drunk L love" or "Funny People" are even better). Here Sandler plays the son of Satan (Harvey Keitel) and he and his brothers, Rhys Ifans and Tommy 'Tiny' Lister, are vying to take over the throne (Rodney Dangerfield plays their grandfather). Sandler plays the kind and meed son compared to the vicious older brothers who then escape from Hell and decides to take over the human world. Sandler then has to bring his brothers back to Hell before his father disappears. It's an out there story compared to most of Sandlers films and features monsters, talking dogs, Jon Lovitz being romanced by a giant bird, Kevin Nealon with female anatomy on top of his head and Quentin Tarantino as a weirdo street preacher. The gags in this film are really out there and the overall weirdness of the film probably put off most audiences and critics, but I really liked the bizarreness of it all. It's the kind of absurdist humor that would creep it's way into Sandler and co-screenwriter Tim Herlihy's old SNL skits like Captain Jim & Pedro ("we made a raft out of the corpses of monkeys!"). The film was directed by Steven Brill, who also co-wrote the film and who also directed the underrated early Judd Apatow film "Heavyweights" (which was a film I'd often recommend during my video store clerk days to customers who'd ask for a good comedy that they hadn't seen). The film also features a wonderfully eclectic cast that also includes Patricia Arquette, Allen Covert, Peter Dante, Robert Smigel, George Wallace, Henry Winkler, Ozzy Osbourne, Bill Walton, Regis Philbin, Dana Carvey, Michael McKean, Rob Schneider, Johnny Witherspoon, Clint Howard as "Nipples," Reese Witherspoon, Leah Lail (who I always had a crush on since "Heavyweights"). This comedy probably ins't for all tastes and is pretty different from most Sandler comedies. "Don't Mess with the Zohan" is probably his other most broad of comedy. Overall, this film works for me, but I'm not sure I'd recommend to most general audiences.
(nl) wrote: Poesie, H. Melville, Musil, Carax. Dechirant.
(nl) wrote: An under-appreciated film. Find out how exceptional it is for yourself. Disclaimer - not for kids.
(kr) wrote: the hidden cost of freedom!!
(ca) wrote: I laughed more than I expected to... sure, some of the gags fell way flat, and the humor was definitely of the low-brow sort, but there were also moments that I found genuinely funny. Michael McKean was wonderful and ridiculously adorable, but that's to be expected.
(mx) wrote: i read the book and thought it was interesting so i want to see the movie.
(ag) wrote: 90 minutes of artsy fartsy Norse horseshit. But it is proof that even with a man bun and one eye, Mads Mikkelsen is just about the hottest man alive.