Zazie dans le métro

Zazie dans le métro

This merry farce depicts a satirical view of the French society: Ten-year-old Zazie has to stay two days with her relatives in Paris, so that her mother can spend some time with her lover. ...

This merry farce depicts a satirical view of the French society: Twelve years old Zazie has to stay two days with her relatives in Paris, so that her mother can spend some time with her ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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WeiThye L (it) wrote: Director :5/5Cinematography?5/5Cast : 5/5Story : 4/5Watch again? : 4/5

Alice (nl) wrote: Janice: Sometimes I just feel invisible. And I heard someone say something recently, that it just takes one person, you know. Just one person to make you feel like you belong. To make you feel special. And I think that that's true. I know that that's true because... because I felt it. The other night, I was out with this guy that I work with and... I work at the zoo and... and anyway, it was only for one night, but it just... it felt different, you know.

Carlos M (ru) wrote: Although Viola Davis offers a fantastic performance here, this disgusting melodrama is much more concerned about making you cry than saying anything meaningful, while most of the characters are one-dimensional and several unnecessary details are constantly added to the story with the sole purpose of cheap sentimentality.

David M (it) wrote: A relationship drama that's as uproariously fun as it is heartbreakingly honest, mostly due to a powerhouse performance by both Meryl & Julia. Depressing but yet still endearing. The themes in this movie run pretty deep & I'm sure we can all relate to this broken record on some level because let's face it - a perfect family simply does not exist. It says a lot when a family-fued film is more captivating & memorable than most mainstream blockbusters these days.

Kathy C (br) wrote: i really liked this movie. Not an action-packed thriller by any definition, just a quiet entry into ordinary people's lives

Himika R (jp) wrote: Disappointing! Unnecessary action scenes (even tho they were cool) and some some scenes were just confusing. First half was okay, but after it got worse. Only Gong Yoo was good...

Larissa N (us) wrote: altho i do like madonna in general, and moore and dafoe who are moderately pretty good in this, she is one erotically freaky suspect in this tacky courtroom drama - she should've stuck w/ her singing.

Marco F (us) wrote: SPACE MUTINY is an atrocious, horrendously dated rip-off of many sci-fi films from its time- particularly STAR TREK and BATTLESTAR GALACTICA- which all of its special effects footage was lifted from. God almighty. This appallingly acted, atrociously made mess deserves no sympathy from anyone and is only good for being mocked on MST3K-type shows.

Shane S (au) wrote: It is difficult to pinpoint exactly why this movie works so well, an excellent blend of drama, romance and crisp believable dialogue. The cast is deep and deliver strong performances. A captivating look into rock-and-roll circa 1970. The film is not really about any one particular theme be it young love, discovery or friendship. It is really more of a trip, a road trip, discovering and probing all of these things and more. I like to think of it as a look into the nature of basic human relationships (in their many forms) tested by the turmoil of sex, drugs and rock-and-roll. Sometimes people do noble things, sometimes selfish thing, but always believable things. All of these elements create a very warm film that is surprisingly human in its approach. The sound track is also very strong and paired well with each scene. One scene was particularly memorable: a simple sing-a-long on a bus against the back drop of a classic song. Most people have at least one strong memory of this simple true Americana pleasure from their childhood and this scene taps into that emotion. This was, in my humble opinion, Cameron Crowe's last really strong movie after a number of hits (including Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Say Anything and Singles). These movies all share a common bond in that they were crafted with care, attention and a sharp eye for detail creating engrossing time capsules of these time periods (or places) and the social relationships of the characters. My small critique of this film, and most of Crowe's work, is that he can be heavy handed with the sitcom one-liners. While some of these lines pay off really well, others are a bit jarring.

Benjamin W (us) wrote: I'm not really a fan of the horror genre. Mostly, I feel the plots are contrived, the characters are downright idiotic, and the violence is over-the-top. Of course, when I heard about Tucker and Dale vs. Evil years ago, I said, "pass." The friend who suggested I see it assured me that it wasn't like all the other horror films. The fact is, it is exactly like all the other horror films, but it is self-aware of this fact. Because the film is self-aware, it recognizes every single horror genre trope and makes fun of it.As time went by, more people suggested I see this film, so I finally caved during a slow weekend at home. Being the self-aware film that it is, the plot is simple and the production values are limited, at best. What really makes the film enjoyable to watch is the fact that the whole premise is practically a "comedy of errors." Lack of communication just adds to the hilarity as a bunch of clich college students find themselves killed off one-by-one by their own bad luck. If I were to compare this to another, well-known horror franchise, this film has the setting of The Evil Dead (1981) with the comedy of Army of Darkness (1992).Unfortunately, because it holds to the tropes of the horror genre, Tucker and Dale vs. Evil doesn't have much to offer other than a funny commentary on the horror genre as a whole. The independent nature of the project and limited budget really show through, even if the comedy is spot on. The main characters of Tucker (Alan Tudyk) and Dale (Tyler Labine) are worth the watch, regardless.An amusing examination of the ridiculous nature of horror films, I give Tucker and Dale vs. Evil 3.0 stars out of 5.