Cleopatra

Cleopatra

The queen of Egypt (Claudette Colbert) barges the Nile and flirts with Mark Antony (Henry Wilcoxon) and Julius Caesar (Warren William).

The man-hungry Queen of Egypt leads Julius Caesar and Marc Antony astray, amid scenes of DeMillean splendor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Luciene C (it) wrote: Fargo paraguaio! E, gente, que obsesso essa com celulares e imagens instantneas? :)Divertido.

Barbra K (au) wrote: amazing footage and very moving story, I really liked this movie, a little bit hard to watch some of the fight scenes, but it's so real

Eric O (nl) wrote: to cite someone else's review i saw on here (Curtis Lilly), this just tries a little to hard to be cryptic. i'd say it fits tim roth's great abilities, but coppola's better when he sticks to more straightforward storytelling

Stan C (kr) wrote: A movie that can be rewatched a thousand times. Best all time favorite

Ryan C (au) wrote: Frankie Muniz plays a young teen spy who must save the world and the girl (Hilary Duff) and in while doing so he gives kids some slick espionage action, but offers nothing special for adults.

George T (au) wrote: This is how Roger Ebert reviewed the movie 'North':"I hated this movie. Hated hated hated hated hated this movie. Hated it. Hated every simpering stupid vacant audience-insulting moment of it. Hated the sensibility that thought anyone would like it. Hated the implied insult to the audience by its belief that anyone would be entertained by it.I hold it as an item of faith that Rob Reiner is a gifted filmmaker; among his credits are "This Is Spinal Tap," "The Sure Thing," "The Princess Bride," "Stand By Me," "When Harry Met Sally...," and "Misery." I list those titles as an incantation against this one."North" is a bad film - one of the worst movies ever made. But it is not by a bad filmmaker, and must represent some sort of lapse from which Reiner will recover - possibly sooner than I will."I might remind you that this is from the writer of 'Beyond the Valley of the Dolls', one of the worst movies of all time.Many people disliked the movie, it's true, but I insist they simply misunderstood it. The key to understanding it is hinted at in the opening credits when we have a tour of the toys in North's room. All of the toys are silly references to the places and people North will visit during his adventure. It's only at the end that it is revealed that it was all a dream. This is crucial information. It tells us that all the outrageous caricatures in the movie were the product of the imagination of a naive kid. The film isn't guilty of stereotyping- North is. All kids have a simplistic grasp of the world and how it really works.But the best part of the film is the skillful craftsmanship and first rate production values. It looks great and all of the acting is outstanding. It should also be seen for what it is, a children's movie.Also of note: it's the movie debut of Scarlett Johansson at age nine; and Bruce Willis and Elijah Wood later appeared together in 'Sin City'.

David G (ca) wrote: A movie about some mall security robots malfunction and start killing people. I've been wanting to see this for a while and I finally did. It wasn't bad although it is very dated with 1980s fashion and cheese which I actually kind of like. It also had some alright 1980s synth music.

Wayne H (fr) wrote: Very entertaining beatnik, spy, horror-comedy. The creature costume was hilarious.

Andrew L (fr) wrote: The film is atrocious to the point which even Charlize Theron could not push this film to a level of bearbility and its primary issue is that it suffers a horrible miscasted character which nobody needs to question who exactly.

Joe L (es) wrote: While the lead character Bianca is very enjoyable to watch, the movie falls to yet another cliched, teenage love story. This story follows a very generic plot line. In the end the film has a very positive message about being yourself, and breaking free of the typical highschooler's social norms.