OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies

OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies

Secret agent OSS 117 foils Nazis, beds local beauties, and brings peace to the Middle East.

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OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies torrent reviews

Jim B (de) wrote: Very powerfully awful movie.

Marichu F (gb) wrote: i like ron clark! he himself as a teacher

Faith E (mx) wrote: pretty funny, not as stupid as i thought it was going to be

Rachelle S (ru) wrote: very very good movie

David F (kr) wrote: This isn't the most profound Woody Allen movie but with him doing the narration which includes many memoirish sections it is thoroughly soaked in his personality, sense of humour, and genius. The film is a fractured collection of stories involving Allen, his family, and radio personalities all linked by that early communication technology which has faded in importance--the radio. It's nostalgic, funny, bittersweet, and humane.

Veniea T (au) wrote: All CLASSICS are GOOD

Spencer S (nl) wrote: The premise, that of a gamine and inexperienced French girl infatuated with an American playboy, to the point of enchanting him and foiling a murder attempt, was genius. Audrey Hepburn plays a darling cellist, the daughter of a detective (Chevalier) who comes across a chance to save the dashingly handsome Frank Flannagan (Cooper) from an angered husband. With an air of mystery around her, Hepburn lies about her own sexual prowess in order to drive Flannagan into envy at the thought that the two are evenly matched. Though Wilder made the film into the cute romantic comedy it was meant to be, his own misgivings about the film were correct. Though Hepburn is perfectly cast, Cooper feels a tad out of his element, used to playing the hero in Westerns. Cooper never quite fits in when he's cast in comedies, and his stiff performance seemed the result of yet another awkward casting. The ending (for American audiences) includes an aside by Chevalier that Hepburn and Cooper are not living in sin, but married in New York. It feels patronizing to a modern audience, and if ever there is a director's cut, it should be discarded.

Simon D (nl) wrote: Not bad, interesting storyline with some political statements thrown in. Certainly an image of England and the English that, sadly, no longer exists.

Richard H (ca) wrote: Better than tomato rating