Le journaliste Fandor invente une interview avec le mystérieux Fantomas. Fantomas s'indigne et enlève le journaliste pour le contraindre à dire la vérité et comme Fandor ne fait pas cela, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Fantômas is a man of many disguises. He uses maquillage as a weapon. He can impersonate anyone using an array of masks and can create endless confusion by constantly changing his appearance.
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Lukas Z (gb) wrote: Doomsday Book is a collection of three 30-40 minute films which all have the theme of the end of the world through self destruction (though that can only really be said about the 1st film and the 3rd). It's a good concept and has a lot of potential but it doesn't live up to it due to the drawbacks of the first two films. The first film is a truly unremarkable run-of-the-mill zombie-esque feature which is lacklustre and while it does get amusing with some humour at the end, it's not a great start. The second film, at first, is the most intriguing and creates interest to see where it goes but it soon becomes packed with sleep-inducing philosophical monologues that will make you wonder what relevance it had of being in this collection. Finally at the third film, I felt that not much good could come from this final offering, but fortunately this is where Doomsday book really delivers. The third film has a bizarre premise and is funny too but for me it was truly the only good film in the set and there there was no better place to have it as it felt like a reward for sitting through the first two.
Derya A (de) wrote: sense of desolation in a cold arctic island made me feel cold as well
Colin M (jp) wrote: Genuinely thought it was amazing.
Xander D (de) wrote: I don't get why it's getting trashed this is a good movie
Malava R (fr) wrote: Good story!!! technically awesome!!!! A must watch in theaters!!! Kamal rocks!!!
Matthew B (it) wrote: Keeping Mum is a good British dark comedy with a lot of stuff to enjoy.
Dann M (it) wrote: Mel Brooks delivers another fun monster movie spoof with Dracula: Dead and Loving It. Though mainly a parody of the original 1931 Universal film, there are a few nods to Francis Ford Coppola's Bram Stoker's Dracula as well as to several Hammer horror films. And of course there's tons of slapstick and wordplay. Starring Leslie Nielsen, Steven Weber, Peter MacNicol, and Mel Brooks, the film has a solid cast that does a good job at delivering this style of broad comedy. Also, Brooks' directing captures the look and feel of the monster movie genre fairly well. Still, a lot of the jokes are hit and miss, and the parodies aren't especially clever. It's not one of Mel Brooks' strongest efforts, but Dracula: Dead and Loving It is an entertaining romp that's good for a few laughs.
carol d (ru) wrote: 05 08 07 i have also learned these two in martial arts.the snake, the crane. openeyes0006