Description : Set in the American Wild West, this French-language film quickly overcomes its dire beginning--the Native American ambush of a group of immigrants--and becomes an enjoyable comedy. When the adults of Big City leave for the ambush site, the children realize they are all alone and in charge. With a cast composed almost entirely of young people...
- Stars:Vincent Valladon, Paolina Biguine, Jérémy Denisty, Samy Seghir, Alexis Maah, Samen Télesphore Teunou, George Aguilar, Lydia Andrei, Ian Angelov, Lidia Aspridi, Anton Balekdjian, Antoneta Balkanska, Olivier Baroux, Karim Belkhadra, Julian Black Antelope,
- Director:Djamel Bensalah,
- Writer:Djamel Bensalah
Description : Set in the American Wild West, this French-language film quickly overcomes its dire beginning--the Native American ambush of a group of immigrants--and becomes an enjoyable comedy. When the adults of Big City leave for the ambush site, the children realize they are all alone and in charge. With a cast composed almost entirely of young people... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Big City torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Not the best movie in the world, but it has some really, really funny moments.
(au) wrote: The was simple and good........i enjoyed watching it .......
(ru) wrote: Insanity, completely bonkers, and full of pulpy goodness
(br) wrote: This movie hit one sweet spot and that was the incredibley effective sound effects, they worked and it felt old school just as they wanted it to. Other then that besides some warma nd fuzy de ja vu feelings for OTHER classic old horror flicks this sucked with awful non existant characters, bland and boring situations and stupid stupid bats.
(ru) wrote: Swimming Upstream. Beautifully acted, but filmed with restraint. When I say filmed with restraint, I'm referring to Swimming Upstream's underselling of itself. At times this is its weakness, while other times it's a strength. In the extremely dramatic scenes involving the family's troubles, the emotion is very raw and honest without being flashy and soap-opera-ish. While it was fun to see Jesse Spencer out of his role on House (for real, great performance), the obvious shining light was Geoffrey Rush (who won an Oscar for Shine, see what I did there?). I'm surprised he wasn't nominated for this, because he steals the show in every single scene. Even when you're supposed to be thinking about Spencer's emotional battle, you're putting every ounce of effort into reading Rush's subtle blank stare. They even threw in a couple of random impressively artsy cinametographical (not a word) tricks, like filming the kitchen fight from underneath through a glass floor... looked awesome. The split screen swim meets worked well also, a bit strange at times, but a good fit. Why 80%? Because the juxtaposition of the swimming storyline with the family turmoil was great, as well as the performances. A well-crafted movie for an inspiring story. Extra: An ode to Geoffrey Rush... Your disgusting jaw compelling so, The way you ramble to and fro. The nasty wrinkles of your cheek, I only imagine how you reek. Unkempt hair, skin not so fair, Your gangly arms are hard to bare. Yet still I watch on the edge of my seat, Cuz your performances can't be beat.
(ag) wrote: not a big fan of this one. didn't seem to have te original puppet master feel
(nl) wrote: Softcore porn version of Casablanca, complete with explosions.
(jp) wrote: Fans of HK crime drama may be tempted to see this because of the big name partnership of Chow Yun Fat and Andy Lau, but despite their star presence, this is a very lacklustre affair. Other than the inclusion of some nice locations, the direction is flat and lifeless; the rare action scenes lack style and are unexciting and the plot is hackneyed and sentimental-the scene where Chow Yun Fat and his girlfriend start nursing an injured puppy is one of the most laughable I've ever seen! But by far the biggest handicap for a non-cantonese speaker were the appalling subtitles. I needed a translator for the translations...
(ru) wrote: A prequel to the original film. I thought it was good.
(nl) wrote: Considering the three main stars a curiously obscure drama from the legendary year of 1939. Superior soap opera contains some of the best work Cary Grant, Carole Lombard and Kay Francis ever put on film. Carole shows that she wasn't just a superb comedienne but a skilled dramatic actress. Cary is just right in blending the facile with the seriousness of the untenable situation he finds himself in. As good as both of them are, and they are great, even better is Kay Francis, a portrait in silky malevolence. This was inexpicably almost the end of her film career, she ended up in Poverty Row junk only a few years later and after watching this it's hard to understand how this didn't open up a whole new chapter for her as the wicked woman of cinema. Perhaps she was just too early for noir, she would have been perfect as a poison pit viper in many of those pictures.
(kr) wrote: Wonderful movie about tolerance of others.
(br) wrote: Despite expectations, John Butler's take on the Irish bachelor party traditions is not the childish comedy that we have been used to expecting - a prejudice mostly shaped by more expensive production that make use of similar elements. This is the story of a man getting married and going of on a 'Stag', a trip to the mountains, with his friends and his future brother in law to be, a man whose infamous reputation as a loose cannon has people calling him the machine. Despite their initial friction, they slowly end up connecting not only to nature, but with each other as they reveal personal sides with one another that will have made their trip worthwhile. John Butler's film is filled with hilarious creative comedic gags, yet it is its emotional depth that catches off guard and makes it infinitely more rewarding than similar films. The Stag has this remarkable ability to be hilarious one moment and the next harrowingly intimate thanks to a very clever and well balanced screenplay. Though the cast does not include any big names, they all do a great job in conveying the strength of the film and its story. Furthermore, The Stag plays up on the Irish element of the film almost fearlessly. Entertaining and overall rewarding, The Stag seems to be destined to become a true gem of Irish cinema's comedy and there is just no reason why it shouldn't be.