Asterix and Obelix Meet Cleopatra
Astérix and Obélix go to Egypt to help architect Numérobis who is building a palace for Cleopatra.
- Stars:Emma Väänänen, Teija Sopanen, Hilkka Helinä, Erkki Viljos, Heikki Savolainen, Leni Katajakoski, Pia Hattara, Elvi Saarnio, Paavo Jännes, Oiva Luhtala, Kaarlo Halttunen, Pentti Viljanen, Pirkko Karppi, Kaija Suonio, Jalmari Parikka, Gérard Depardieu, Christian Clavier, Jamel Debbouze, Monica Bellucci, Alain Chabat, Claude Rich, Gérard Darmon, Edouard Baer, Dieudonné, Mouss Diouf, Marina Foïs, Bernard Farcy, Jean Benguigui, Michel Crémadès, Jean-Paul Rouve,
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John T (mx) wrote: Sub-indie. Shot on DV, but it wasn't as lame as I thought it'd be.
Richard S (it) wrote: Almodovar could pull this off. Sadly, the only Pedro who plays a significant role in "Two Drifters" loses his life in the film's opening moments. There's a strong sense that the director wants desperately to play in the same league as Sirk, Fassbinder, Almodovar and even Todd Haynes. His work should be something I'd find hugely amusing, but it just never happened. There are a number of issues, but the most significant is the way that despite the outrageous behavior, Drifters does just that. It never reaches the emotional frenzy that it so desperately hopes to create. This is a film where the director intentionally disregards plot and just about everything else for the sake of creating the ultimate taboo shaking melodrama. He forgets that his idols were subtly subversive. Melodrama is most intriguing when it's based around subtext. Here everything is out in the open and there's just nothing beneath the surface.
Anya S (ru) wrote: Out of all of the animated shorts Pixar has done; Boundin' is probably my least favorite. While the story is told through a continuous song you are introduced to a very proud sheep who loses his wool and meets the Jackalope.
Miguel R (br) wrote: Amistad is a solid and well directed historical drama by Steven Spielberg
Leticia M (kr) wrote: I wonder why Eileen Jones never told us about Stephen Chow's other movies. Maybe because he never had his shirt off in any of them.
Tanner B (fr) wrote: Annie Hall (1977) ???? D: Woody Allen. Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Tony Roberts, Paul Simon, Carol Kane, Janet Margolin. Brilliant, laugh-a-second comedy seems more potent (and quirky) as ever. Nervous New York comedian Allen falls in love with ditzy Keaton, and the rest is a roller coaster ride of a relationship. Woody's greatest achievement is a genuine American classic, as hilarious and just as moving as anything Chaplin has made, with two razzle-dazzle performances and witty, crackling dialogue to spare. Balcony scene with subtitles detailing sexual impressions is perhaps the funniest moment in movie history. Four Oscars: Picture, Actress, Director, Script.
Corbin R (fr) wrote: I give it 2 stars for animation and creativity but otherwise I had to shut it off because it just isn't captivating. With a plot this dysfunctional cast in a future that unbelievable the audience will have a hard time not clicking their red power button. I'm sad to write this but it's a swing and a miss.