Emile is a 70-ish former horticulturalist who once raised bonsai trees "because they don't take up too much room." Indeed, his whole existence is safe and uneventful to a fault, somewhat juiced by friendship with raucous fishing companion Edmond. Still, they trade pleasantries rather than confidences -- so Emile is shocked when it turns out his elderly pal watches porn, paints nudes and shags women who are his contemporaries that he meets online. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Les petits ruisseaux
An old widower with a quiet and pleasant daily routine rediscovers the thrills of sentimental adventures.
- Stars:Nicki Aycox, Uriah Shelton, Dash Mihok, Thad Mickler, Ruben Studdard, Howard Green, Barbara Kincaid-Hill, James Handy, Daniel Prévost, Bulle Ogier, Hélène Vincent, Philippe Nahon, Julie-Marie Parmentier, Bruno Lochet, Charles Schneider, Vincent Martin, Joël Lefrançois, Philippe Rigot, Sören Prévost, Cédric Vieira, David Salles, Amandine Chauveau, Nathalie Blanc,
You may also like
Les petits ruisseaux torrent reviews
Teija R (mx) wrote: Ai t olikin nin uusi leffa...
Alexander G (gb) wrote: I almost gave this movie 4-4 1/2 stars but... It seemed that the story was just their imagination... Like a dream. I felt tricked, like my emotions weren't valid because "it was all a dream". It would have been alright if they stated that at the beginning, but it was barely hinted at. Worth a watch, great performances, great story telling elements, heart warming.
Jayesh N (fr) wrote: A suicide bomber develops compassion for the people he intends to harm. Sad and moving story.
Chris J (es) wrote: One of the crudest comedies I've seen, period. Some of the dirtiest one-liners I've heard. No real need to pay attention to the storyline & love interest, but this is an instant dude classic. RECOMMENDED!
Chandler G (it) wrote: im going to give it a fresh rating
Vadim D (es) wrote: The film has become a cult classic, and it showcases Robert Downey Jr. in one of his best performances, but it's not a great movie. Bret Easton Ellis is a tricky writer to adapt to screen - he revels in excess, which should be a great film adaptation, but somehow Hollywood has been off the mark with his material.
Walter M (us) wrote: "The League of Gentlemen" starts with Hyde(Jack Hawkins) climbing out of the sewer wearing a tuxedo. Next, he sends halves of 50 pound notes and a paperback to seven disgraced army veterans as an invitation to lunch. His idea is to use the plot of the novel, along with their military expertise, to rob a bank. At first, they are skeptical but eventually warm to the idea, with Race(Nigel Patrick) being appointed second in command. As smoothly entertaining as it is, "The League of Gentlemen" is more thoughtful than an average caper movie. While it does share a similar idea with the original "Ocean's Eleven," which came out the same year, about a group of military veterans pulling off a heist, "The League of Gentlemen" forges its own path by also showing how badly its characters have adjusted back to civilian life.(Hyde's masterminding might have been a preemptive strike against any future failure as much as anything else.) For example, the men are mostly revealed in the introductory sequences to have problems in their relationships with women. In any case, maybe it is not fair to guess about Hyde's and Race's sleeping arrangements. On the other hand, this was a less enlightened time, as displayed by Oliver Reed's flamboyant bit part.
Todd S (ca) wrote: Like most adults, I was under the impression that the wimpy kid series was nothing more than the latest fad in youth literature to hit the big screen. I figured it was just another kids movie and passed it off as such, but recently at a family event, I was forced to see parts of it and found it interesting, so I queued it up and as it turns out, this film was legitimately funny! Greg Heffley (Zachary Gordon) is about to start middle school, where all he wants to do is become popular, like his older brother was. Greg goes to extremes and displays some very odd behavior, as he and his best friend, try to enter the elite club of popularity. What's really interesting about these films are that most of the cast members have limited to no experience what-so-ever before being cast in a major motion picture. Some of them, like Gordon, are really talented, while others like Robert Capron are just awkward kids, who are just naturally funny in the way they carry themselves. The dynamics of a family film are always a very difficult thing, because if you don't take a few risks, it's a kids movie that the adults with be bored with. On the other hand, if you go too far, the film will get a PG-13, which means the kids won't be allowed to see it and your audience becomes very limited. The writers of Diary of a Wimpy Kid found the magic formula however, as they managed to create a cult classic, that is fun for kids, teens, and adults alike. The film has it moments and at least a few things that every single one of us can relate to. It certainly isn't goodfellas, but I thought this film was a lot of fun, and I can't believe I'm saying this, but I'm actually looking forward to checking out the sequels.
Michael T (ru) wrote: Interesting, with strong performances.
Stephen N (gb) wrote: If Sean Bean was realling playing for the blades they might have a chance against the Arsenal Wonder Kids in the Carling Cup!