Noce blanche

Noce blanche

A teacher of philosophy encounters a complicated pupil; a seventeen year old girl who possesses quite a cynical view of the world. He attempts to help her focus on her studies, but soon ...

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Chris P (mx) wrote: Although it doesn't look like it, this is a sensitive, moving drama about dealing with the loss of a loved one.

Al H (it) wrote: A good documentary about a 80's early mystery

Deb K (nl) wrote: Parts of this movie were filmed on the Jersey shore Pre-hurricane Sandy. I think this was a well done movie. Very honest, and a good portrait of how life really works. It is a slow moving movie though.

Greg H (jp) wrote: Absurd little movie with lots of good moments. Something for everyone from nearly every genre.How cool is Bruce as the King and Ossie as JFK. Cult fun at it's best.

Zach M (es) wrote: One of the better movies that Troma has released.

David C (de) wrote: Someone needs to make a snowboarding version of this film, set place in plymouth NH, hey maybe i will in a couple years

Ugly T (nl) wrote: damn here it's another great one. Do listen to the news about Poles and changin' of our clima...and if??? No, no i don't want to think about the reality....here it's pure Sci-Fi: A-bombs change the Earth's axis, in uk the lack of the water it's greatest problem. The hero of this story he's a journalist and he wants to do his job, to know the truth. Where are the Governors, the Scientists ? Is it too late?? atrocious revelation: the earth is goin' to met the Sun...nice matter, uh? What kind of reactions should i, you have if we should know the truth? A great Uk movie, don't want to write more, watch it. Ps: I would like to know if James Ballard (he is great British Sci-fi writer, i have his novels about cathastrophic situations on the Earth...) had to do smtg with the script or if this movie it had some 'ideas' from one of the greatest Twilight Zone's episodes: The Midnight Sun.

Dillon L (jp) wrote: one of my fav Potter movies great to travel and twist

James C (ca) wrote: Ive loved this movie ever since i saw it for the first time (that was like 20 viewings ago). I mean, who doesnt love a good Dragon story right? The movie features Christian Bale, Gerard Butler, and a fantastic performance from Matthew McConaughey. I find myself yet again loving a movie that involves Bale, not that his performance was outstanding in this film but that i tend to love films that he is involved in. Something my wife often heckles me about and my fanboyish love for all things Bale. Never the less, Reign of Fire is about the accidental unearthing of a dragon which then proceeds to somehow (something that is really never addressed in this film) to procreate and thus create a legion of dragons that descends upon humanity destroying everything in their wake. Fast forward a few years and we now have an older character (portrayed by Bale) who is basically the guy in charge of a small commune of people held up in a old castle. They find themselves having to rebuild and feed themselves without modern technology all the while still avoiding the threat of dragons as much as possible. After having an unfortunate confrontation with a dragon we see the arrival of Van Zant (McConaughy) and his dragon hunter soldiers. While at first its hard for the commune to believe that Van Zant and his crew are actually dragon hunters it doesnt take long until they put their reputation to test which unfortunately ends with the loss of some of the soldiers lives. The ultimate prize for Van Zant is tracking down and destroying what he believes to be the only male dragon of the species and destroying it will allow the others to die off without the possibility of reproducing any more dragons. Unfortunately Van Zant is caught off guard by how hard it is to kill the male dragon and not only loses 98% of his unit but it also ends up costing some of the lives back at the castle. So Bale, who knows where the male is hidden because of his personal knowledge of the initial contact of the beast devises a plan with Van Zant and a female helicopter pilot named Alex to go and destroy the dragon themselves. With great acting and some really really great graphics and design work this movie plays out flawlessly. While Dragons tend to appear in various films generally in smaller roles i have never enjoyed a dragon flick quite this good since Dragonslayer (1981) in which the dragons are the main concept of the films. While the story has a few holes it doesnt suffer all that much and actually plays out pretty well. Certainly worth viewing if you are a fantasy geek. My rating: 10/10

Brad S (de) wrote: I wasn't terribly familiar with Italian Maestro Mario Bava's work, but I continually see his name pop up and decided I should see more of his films, other than "Black Sunday" which I enjoyed. This film is a campy B-movie sci-fi/horror hybrid that makes up for it's lack of plot and budget with fantastic atmosphere and visuals. Maybe people, including director Nicolas Winding Refn feel this film is a primary inspiration for Ridley Scott's "Alien". Refn is such an avid fan of the film that he had the Producers do a 4k restoration of the film which he then introduced at Cannes this year. "Planet of the Vampires" is not a great movie, but it is a fantastic example of how a great director can stretch a limited budget, and it is a fun and visually captivating film. Check it out!