Roselyne and the Lions
Thierry drops out of school to apprentice as a lion tamer at the zoo where he meets Roselyne, who shares his passion. They fall in love and when he loses his job, the young lovers journey across France finding odd jobs at several circuses. In Germany, they fall under the tutelage of ageing big cat trainer, Klint, and while they are closer to realising their dreams, they find that their success drivers them part.
- Stars:Isabelle Pasco, Gérard Sandoz, Gabriel Monnet, Philippe Clévenot, Günter Meisner, Wolf Harnisch, Jacques Le Carpentier, Carlos Pavlidis, Jacques Mathou, Dumitru Furdui, Jaroslav Vízner, Patrice Abbou, Silvio Bolino, François Boum, Guillaume Briat,
- Director:Jean-Jacques Beineix,
- Writer:Jean-Jacques Beineix (scenario and dialogue), Jacques Forgeas (dialogue), Jacques Forgeas (scenario and dialogue), Thierry Le Portier (collaboration)
Thierry (Gérard Sandoz) drops out of school to apprentice as a lion tamer at the zoo when he meets Roselyne (Isabelle Pasco), who shares his passion. They fall in love and when he loses his... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Roselyne and the Lions torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: cute but very silly characters animals! like Madagascar movie
(jp) wrote: The first Jack Reacher film. Once you can get over Tom Cruise playing the title role this is a pretty decent action thriller.
(it) wrote: Godard is an amazing director, and the story sounds brilliant. I may just have to check this out.
(es) wrote: Strangely very amusing.
(de) wrote: This was a rather enjoyable movie. If you are a fan of Bollywood films then this is one for you. As usual with this type of film, there is a happy ending for the lovers - so I love that.
(es) wrote: it's as real as america gets, and i am atonished to recommend this as the best documentary i've ever seen. crumb might be infatuated with trash, but he is an extraordinary man(maybe not).
(fr) wrote: If you come across a gun during the first half of a movie, you can expect it to go off in the second half. I will never claim to have a comprehensive understanding of the film (and beware of anybody who claims they have). There are too many bizarre things going on constantly interrupted by the unexpected and erratic. Works for a while, but then you begin to tire of it. When the film aims for profundity it sinks, yet you still keep watching. Maybe it's the odd cast? Bottom line: 15 minutes of "Besame Mucho" is too mucho, and what's with the flounder?
(gb) wrote: two things in this film1. kevin james as a bad ass2. the fonz as an awesome wingman.
(au) wrote: More people will see it. More will like it.
(es) wrote: Whether it's an enjoyable one or not, Rescue Dawn is, at the very least, an admirable film. Werner Herzog really proves himself as a technically outstanding fiction feature director here: filmed in Thailand, the jungles of Vietnam and the POW camp feel like real locations rather than specially designed sets, which really brings out the wartime atmosphere of the movie. In terms of storytelling, Herzog tells the story of Lt. Dieter Dengler (Christian Bale) in a slow and deliberate manner that brings out the story more realistically than one that rushes with too much excitement. Dengler and his fellow POWs (Steve Zahn, Jeremy Davies) pace their planned escape realistically: they think things out, slowly acquire tools they need, and put their plan into action only when the time is right. This results in a bit of a slow pace for the 126 minute film, which absolutely brings the movie to a drag at times, but it works contextually.But there's something off at times. Bale's performance as Dengler is full of relentless courage and strength, as to be expected from an actor who always gives it his all, but some of his line delivery feels oddly stilted. There's scenes in which Dengler is screaming when faced with the barrel of a rifle, and the dialogue just doesn't flow well enough. It's hard to pinpoint whether it's just not great delivery from Bale, or if Herzog's dialogue is just awkwardly written, but it's occasionally distracting nonetheless. A lot of the things that bring Rescue Dawn down are just little things like this: Klaus Badelt's score is beautiful but overbearing, the visual effects for the plane crash are awkward (although this is Herzog's first major use of digital effects), and the ending is oddly conventional for a filmmaker like Herzog. We know how it's going to end, sure, but it lacks that punch that the story should have.