Seventeen Times Cecile Cassard

Seventeen Times Cecile Cassard

A portrait of a woman, composed of 17 moments from her life.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:105 minutes
  • Release:2002
  • Language:French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   widow,   mother,  

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Seventeen Times Cecile Cassard torrent reviews

PY C (br) wrote: Too bad that this is so not interesting for me. It's just moving too slowly.

Andy G (fr) wrote: Ginger clown is OK thriller with weird things in amusement park. it's low budget horror movie. Tim curry does the voice of evil clown. C (2014)

Jacob B (us) wrote: Pegg and Frost have made far better movies, but that doesn't change the fact that I have yet to see them make a bad film.A-

Nilufer R (fr) wrote: I'm not quite sure what to think of this movie. It has its funny moments and emotional sides, a little bit of everything. It was ok i guess.

Erica T (mx) wrote: Starts out violently, but then becomes a character driven film. The sound of the main characters tinnitus comes across while watching the film, and you can understand his pain.

Alexander B (jp) wrote: A great cast with Johan Widerberg ,Marika Lagercrantz, Tomas von Brmssen directed by a genius - Bo Widerberg, (his last movie). Delivers what is expected; not less not more. not the best movie of Widerberg - but one of the best films Sweden produced during the 90's.

Jesse D (es) wrote: Underrated. Fantastic film.

Jerry S (mx) wrote: The Dark Backward is a treat of treats! The set design and art direction alone are worth a viewing! The acting, story and character development is the second reason! Bill Paxton is and always will be a acting. This film has has-beens, up-n-comings, and stars! Brilliant! Acting, story, timing all superb! We need more from Adam Rifkin!!!

Leo S (mx) wrote: Classic for Stephen Chow.

David W (ca) wrote: This movie had several good things going for it. Emphasis on the dreams. The return of Nancy. Sadly the poor puppetry, special effects, and super goofball powered dreamers spoils the remainder of the film.

Tommy H (br) wrote: This movie is all kinds of fun. It's like a Roadrunner cartoon with every cop in Texas playing the Coyote. Jackie Gleason is the best. Towards the end he breaks character a little and just goes crazy with it. I'm guessing some of his scenes he improvised on the spot. Burt Reynolds doesn't have a lot going on, but that's a good thing. All you know is he's a legend and you want to help him get where he's got to go and flip some cop cars along the way. These guys are crazy. The CB radio banter is another highlight. I found Sally Field a little annoying, but she's very pretty so I wasn't complaining. She's joins Burt Reynolds because she's afraid of rejection so she rejects everything, like her wedding. It's really the story of one self-destructive person being lead by another self-destructive person. If the writers of the script were in a bad mood when they wrote the story this could have easily been a much darker movie. I'm glad the sun was shining that day because this movie is comedy gold.

Sarah F (jp) wrote: i would like to see this

Chris S (de) wrote: I think the best part of this movie was Heather Graham, although closely followed by Ashley Hinshaw, definitely looking forward to seeing her in more things. But back to Heather, she was certainly able to use her unique brand of sexiness in this movie, and it was great seeing her in the role that she played which was a bit different from some of her previous roles. And although unfortunately fairly realistic, it was rather frustrating seeing the situation with the guy roommate play out.

Matthew D (ca) wrote: Attempting to be The Next Generation version of the sixth film, which wrapped up the story of the original Enterprise crew, Nemesis is competent but underwhelming. Starting much like the forementioned film with a long-standing enemy facing a sudden change in situation political intrigue quickly gives way to bombast; trying too hard to be action-packed and cinematic the result is clichd and often silly. Tom Hardy's villain is a highlight, but he sheds nuance as the runtime progresses; his uniqueness giving way to bog-standard tropes. Likewise the humour is more forced than the natural expression keen wit in the TV series. The result is neither the suspense of The Undiscovered Country, which knew when to keep things understated, nor the thrills of First Contact. The writing is simply not as strong as those two exemplaries of the franchise, but it is at least successful in providing an emotionally resonant ending for The Next Generation Enterprise crew.

Bg T (ca) wrote: I completely love this movie. It has always bothered me that it didn't do better than it did. And since it had to be the "end" of Star Trek, I thought it was a pretty amazing bookend. Years later I still hope for a "Director's Cut" for there was enough to make a six-hour movie, which was cut down to two. I would love for instance to find out how Wesley came back. That all wound up on the cutting room floor. But what makes me really love this movie is its heroic ideals-the very stuff that Gene Roddenberry envisioned that mankind would one day achieve. I love this movie and think it is one of the best and will always turn to it again and again. A must watch.B.G. Thomas