Entre Nous

Entre Nous

In 1942 in occupied France, a Jewish refugee marries a soldier to escape deportation to Germany. Meanwhile a wealthy art student loses her first husband to a stray Resistance bullet; at the Liberation she meets an actor, gets pregnant, and marries him. Lena and Madeleine meet at their children's school in Lyon in 1952 and the intensity of their relationship strains both their marriages to the breaking point.

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Entre Nous torrent reviews

WS W (mx) wrote: For a giggle or two.

Eric H (es) wrote: Lucky me because I found this great little gem entitled, Lucky Them. Toni Collette, plays a darker, humorous role of rocker mag. writer, Elle. She's not losing her edge as much as losing her eagerness to do anything meaningful, anymore. Along comes a story, that is, in part, her story. And, she must choose to visit a painful past relationship. For the trip she brings along a straight up, funny, straight man, Charlie, played by Thomas Haden Church. He is also searching for something gone missing in his life. Add to that a cast of minor characters that steal the show in nearly every scene. But, Toni holds the key to this movie and she never, ever disappoints.

Tyler R (kr) wrote: It was still a cute movie but didn't have the charm of humor as the original. It was nice to see a new setting and lots of references to the original and some cool new monsters with great voice acting.

Laura C (mx) wrote: Watching the creative process of some of the world's finest actors bring to life the poetry and psychological insight of the greatest playwright in history was a revelation.

Joel G (mx) wrote: Dang, is Chris Rock my fave actor??? I love comedy, and I love hip-hop, so mixing the two makes this a classic. So many scenes in this movie are worth talking about but I will just say that the "sex (comparision) scenes" and the funeral scenes, along with Charlie Murphy, really take this movie to the next level!!!!!!!!

Greg R (mx) wrote: This movie is awesome, I love it. However, with that said, there are a number of problems.First of all, this movies run time is to long for a family movie. It starts out slow, the first 50 minutes to about the first hour, I think could have cut out a number of shots. Even though it does get better after those 50-60 minutes, it doesn't mean that this movie is like picture frame perfect or anything, several scenes feel like they could've been done better, it can even get a little to corny or too smultzy in the third act, but with that said, it is imaginative, has great heart, and it does have some of that Spielberg charm to it Once the characters develop into those characteristics we loved from the Disney version and the book, you realize these actors are doing a really good job playing their roles, The two main leads Hoffman and Williams do a great job playing their roles. The thing is, this movies plot and story isn't really focus so much on Hook as it should for the movie to be called Hook. The story isn't really about Hook, it's about Peter Pan getting his magic back so he will be able to save his kids from Hook. So if I were to title this movie, I would say it should've been titled Another Pan. Overall, this is a family movie that parents will probably enjoy watching with their kids, if you don't mind sitting for more than 2 hours watching it. The first 1/3 will be slow, but it gets better from there. There is the Spielberg charm but there are things that could be changed including a new title.

Guillaume L (de) wrote: En plus du portrait de l'artiste, une reflexion intressante sur les images. Assez visionnaire puisque le film date tout de mme de 1989... Wenders pourrait-il faire un nouveau doc sur les images, sur "l'tat des choses" 20 ans aprs?...

Steve C (au) wrote: Marlon Brando activist side compelled him to act in this movie. There are more or less two types of Brando movies, those done to keep the cash flowing and those he did because of his need to try help make a more just world.In Burn! Brando plays a British agent who shows up at a Portuguese colonial island and stirs up unrest, actually choosing the soon to be leader of the revolution. This is, like, in the 1840s.The movie is a lesson in caucasian colonial power's manipulations.It's a special sort of movie, one with didactic revolutionary intent. I give it high marks for that. It is not easy to make big movie, get the money together, etc. and partly because of that there are not that many would-be mainstream movies with a far-left point of view. Because there are so few I tend to want to be supportive of any efforts in this type of movie entertainment. In this case it's a pretty good movie, worth watching.

Ashley H (ru) wrote: For too long [i]Raintree County[/i] has been compared with [i]Gone with the Wind[/i]. The whole story and concept is different. I agree with another poster here that Liz Taylor is marvelous in this, playing out her mental illness. How sad that Montgomery Clift died so young. There was so much potential in him for older male roles of character years later. Also I think the cinematography is quite rich. Perhaps the late MGM work is not all that great but this one is hardly as terrible as so many film critics and historians have told us over the years since it was made in 1957.

Kristen S (ca) wrote: do not fuck with joan crawford!

Jon C (kr) wrote: one heck of a fun time watchingJackie Chan meshes together pirates, action, ships and genuine laughs all in onehe plays a sailor that is part of a side that despises the police force of the city but when danger comes to his home he and the rest of his comrades band together to fend off piratesI enjoyed the side characters a lot because of their antics and interactions among one anotherand the comedy mixed in with some impressive martial arts scenes is a pretty nifty additionthe dubbing is so laughably bad but the center focus is of course, Chan and the fighting; the neverending action scenes make the film flow byyou cannot be unexcited about it alland says a lot about soliders, the cost of war and being able to stand up to your enemy

C b (mx) wrote: Based on actual events, an Alaskan State Trooper tracks down a serial rapist and murder, Robert Hansen who manages to avoid justice for over a decade. With Nicholas Cage, John Cusack and Vanessa Hudgens, Director Scott Walker has a heavy weight line up to help bring the events to life. While the wintry backdrop and cinematography illustrate a chilling environment, the story somewhat lacks bite. Oscar winner, Cage delivers an acceptable performance while Cusack, who dons the more challenging serial killer hat, makes an admirable effort. The standout performance is of Vanessa Hudgens who portrays a teenage prostitute that managed to escape Hansen's clutches. The Frozen Ground is an interesting film and worth watching if you're in the mood for a thrilling bio-drama however it won't win any awards and certainly won't be a part of your 'must see' collection.