Scaramouche

Scaramouche

In 18th-century France, a young man masquerades as an actor to avenge his friend's murder.

Scaramouche follows Andre Moreau, an 18th-century French nobleman who is publicly humiliated then runs away, taking refuge with a theatrical troupe. After Andre Moreau finds he is the secret bastard son of a recently deceased noble, he realizes that it his own sister that he's romantically drawn to. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Khaled M (de) wrote: Romance shouldn't be that long, it got little interesting at the end.

Mariko T (au) wrote: While not widely known, this is an important film. I heard about this film from a Collider Movie News video on YouTube (via Mark Ellis). I almost bailed on this film several times, not due to the acting, directing, editing, soundtrack or dialogue which were all expertly done. My reasons were my own weakness. This film takes a very explicit view of an addict and of a corporate coverup. While I knew Chris Evans (as Mike Weiss both a brilliant attorney and an addict with a very stupid sense of eventual damage from illegal and prescription drugs) from the Avenger/Captain America films, I had no idea the scope of his talents. The performance of Chris Evans elevates this movie from the usual disease/persecuted small guy-type melodrama, to a affecting drama. The end credits give some closure to this story (based on a true case). I recommend this movie to those interested in stories with legal and investigative themes. I would love to make this movie mandatory screening for the USA congress and senate along with WHO (World Health Organization) . This film is is not a stuffy sterile story, but one with the ability to keep the viewer riveted to the screen.

Benjamin R (br) wrote: Great soundtrack and acting

Rachel M (ca) wrote: Nicolas Cage looks cool n faithful in the movie.

Matt G (ca) wrote: I think after over 30 years, the humor has lost something. I just can't figure out why this is so beloved...? And what's the end moral: all rich people are awful unless YOU are the rich people? Just not nearly funny enough and a bit too much dated racism for me.

Matt W (de) wrote: Beware The Blob indeed.So this is supposed to be a comedy, right? And it's supposed to be a horror.It fails.But it did make me laugh, but not because it was trying to be funny. Or trying to be scary. It was just awful on that level of just being badly made.It was pretty obvious where the funny scenes were supposed to take place but they were extremely badly handled. Also, there isn't enough of 'The Blob'. What is it? Why is it doing this?There is about a 45 minute section in the middle where we see no 'Blob' but party scenes, and characters walking around talking about the 'Blob'. Why does it eat people.Anyway. It's fun to watch the awfulness.But it really is bad.And the ending is just terrible.

Pavan R (mx) wrote: A fun movie of self discovery and healing. More fun than philosophical. Julia Roberts is good as always. Could've been better if it wasn't as long..in spite of the length seems disjointed at times

Carlos I (de) wrote: Interesting to look into one of the wildest parties ever. But overall it's plodding and just to by the numbers drama about excess...