October 1980. Michel Colucci, better known as Coluche, is the French people's favorite comedian. He performs every night to a packed house at the Théâtre du Gymnase. One day, always ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Coluche: l'histoire d'un mec
October 1980. Michel Colucci, better known as Coluche, is the French people's favorite comedian. He performs every night to a packed house at the Théâtre du Gymnase. One day, always ...
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Alejandro G (kr) wrote: An outstanding, emotionally charged romanian film that shows frankly the painful truth in many relationships. Human reactions are portrayed in a very natural way, during long and beautifully crafted takes. A must see if you are into a less commercial, more interesting cinema.
Fiona N (it) wrote: it was ok...I really don't think Helen Hunt should play the protagonist tho.
Steven P (jp) wrote: Great movie. Based on great TV show.I wish there was a sequel to the movie and / or the TV show was brought back
Daylon20 D (us) wrote: "Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger! Can I take your order?" If these lines are not forever engraved in your mind after watching the movie, "Good Burger" directed by Brian Robbins, then you are in luck. The movie stars Kel Mitchell as Ed, and Kenan Thompson as Dexter, who are both employees of the Good Burger restaurant. After Mondo Burger (a new competitor) opens up across the street from Good Burger, Ed and Dexter have to devise a plan in efforts to save their employer along with their own jobs. Although comical at times, the movie consistently utilizes crass humor, especially in regards to Ed, who is portrayed as an individual of low intelligence that often times is the butt of jokes. This production is also filled with a mixture of childish comedy and multiple less than politically correct themes. Many of the examples of childish comedy displayed throughout the film involve Ed's conversations with customers. One exchange with a customer plays out as follows: Customer: "That's it! I am reporting your name to the manager" Ed: "The manger already knows my name. Customer: "And I'll see you in Hell!" [Leaves] Ed: "Okay! See you there!" This is just one of the many instances where such mindless humor is displayed. With all of this being said, Brian Robbins should be credited for directing a very original and unique production in this movie. With the understanding that cinematography is often times unnecessary in comedies, camera work was not a major influence in this movie. Most camera angles are consistently straight forward and from a third person perspective. There is no need for uniquely presented scenes, which would only distract the viewers from the overall simple plot. The plot while simplistic, at least makes sense and the actors portrayed their characters in a convincing manner. Especially Kel Mitchell in his role as Ed, one of the two main characters. Although the humor behind Mitchell's role as Ed didn't cater to my tastes, he was the pinnacle of this film. Overall "Good Burger" is a sub par movie considering its intended audience, and should not be displayed for children to openly view on a television network such as Nickelodeon. In no way should this film be intended for children or adolescents when looking at the type humor included throughout. It is an unintelligent movie that only merits a few chuckles due to the silly and often stupid antics of the actors.
James H (jp) wrote: 62/100. I liked this better than I probably should have, I am partial to courtroom dramas, perhaps also it was Sidney Lumet's direction. Don Johnson is quite good and well cast. Rebecca DeMornay is fair, she does the job but doesn't stand out. I did find it suspenseful and I never lost interest. It had the expected twists,and it did go a little too far with the story. Otherwise, good story.
Mithun M (ca) wrote: Typical Bollywood drama ....One of my favorites from my childhood!!
CJ C (gb) wrote: I liked this better then the first film. Simple story, but Albin as an Italian woman was too funny.
Tim S (gb) wrote: Manic, incomprehensible art-house shite. A must-see!
Private U (gb) wrote: I LOVED this as a teen...remember watching it at Kim's for the first time and I was hooked. Totally cheesy but every teen girl's dream!
John K (mx) wrote: Just proves that rockstars can't act.
Barbara J (fr) wrote: Easily Seagal's best action flick.
TheJimbobs123 (ca) wrote: Good acting, but a bit slow not a great deal of suspense. A lot of unexplained parts to storyline particularly with character relationships although a good ending.