Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, aka OSS 117, is the French spy considered by his superiors to be the best in the business. The year is 1967 - he's been sent on a mission to Rio de Janeiro, to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
OSS 117: Lost in Rio
French top secret agent, Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, is sent to Rio to buy microfilms from a running nazi. To do so, he has to team up with Mossad secret services.
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Don S (it) wrote: Noomi Rapace gives an incredible performance as an overprotective mother with possible mental issues. The story is confusing as a way to convey the feelings of desperation and lost touch with reality. It kept my interest throughout, but the confusion becomes overpowering. The twist is not surprising at all - I figured it out within the first 20 minutes. As a result of the twist, large plot holes become evident marring any internal logic it might have had. Other than Rapace, this doesn't have much going for it but she is worth it.
Wes S (us) wrote: It's not bad, but the story is a bit bland compared to other animated DC movies. There's too many superheroes, even though the title characters are the main ones. There are nice action scenes and suspenseful scenes, and the animation is pretty nice. It's an entertaining superhero film, but not too memorable.
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Spyros T (fr) wrote: Well made when compared with other documentaries about the black metal scene, but a little unilateral at some subjects(obviously a dead man can not speak his side of the story).Anyone familiar with the scene will not hear anything he have not read or heard before. Others will see a good documentary about the origins of black metal and how it's wrongly connected with satanism.
Carlos G (es) wrote: Nenes zombies mineros! Suena al tipo de cargada digna de un episodio de South Park, pero por desgracia es nada ms que una mediocre de fantasmas vengativos.
sorrenity (it) wrote: i havent seen the whole movie, but the ending is cool .
John M (mx) wrote: Not as good as the others but this is far better.
Anthony I (ru) wrote: Before Horrible Bosses, Kevin Spacey played just about the worst of them all. Buddy Ackerman is awesome. Swimming with Sharks is one of the most brutally hilarious, and ridiculous revenge fantasies ever. It's Horrible Bosses with a savage bite. A sharp and edgy satire on the business of Hollywood. Severely underrated.
Dane T (fr) wrote: Simplistic and oftentimes implausible but entertaining enough.
Niklas J (es) wrote: An interesting and important movie but never really hits the spot.
Adrian Z (de) wrote: A deadly virus hits the US and army doctor Hoffmann must fight a pretty much evil general (Sutherland) in order to save a small town from bombing while trying to find the cure. What should have been a harrowing medical thriller, in the hands of director Peterson, comes off as spirited adventure, which is a little odd to say the least. Furthermore, Hoffmann's manic performance is often humourous, while around him strangers and close friends alike are dying horribly. That said, Outbreak does still turn out to be an entertaining movie, if only because it maintains an exciting pace throughout.
Iain K (jp) wrote: Reynolds directed this cool cop noir thriller. Definitely one of his best, if not his best film. Hopefully it will be released on blu ray someday. It's an underrated and under-seen gem. It also features a cringe worthy torture scene.
Dylan D (fr) wrote: With remake and sequel fever in full swing these days, it's amazing that there hasn't been a new look at Jaws, or another sequel to it, but if any movie could kill a popular franchise, this was it. Awful in every way, it's hard to imagine wanting more. Yet that may be all the more reason to go back and give it a proper send-off, though does anyone really trust the Hollywood machine to get a new Jaws right? Anyone?