Smiles of a Summer Night
Sommarnattens leende (Smiles of a Summer Night) is a 1955 Swedish comedy film directed by Ingmar Bergman. The film's plot – which involves switching partners on a summer's night – has been adapted many times, most notably the theatrical musical A Little Night Music by Stephen Sondheim, Hugh Wheeler and Harold Prince, which opened on Broadway in 1973, and in Woody Allen's film A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy (1982).
- Stars:Ulla Jacobsson, Eva Dahlbeck, Harriet Andersson, Margit Carlqvist, Gunnar Björnstrand, Jarl Kulle, Åke Fridell, Björn Bjelfvenstam, Naima Wifstrand, Jullan Kindahl, Gull Natorp, Birgitta Valberg, Bibi Andersson,
- Director:Ingmar Bergman,
- Writer:Ingmar Bergman
A small town at the turn of the century. Lawer Fredrik Egerman has an ingénue-wife, Anne, and a grown-up son, Henrik, from an earlier marriage. His wife is still untouched, and instead he ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Smiles of a Summer Night torrent reviews
(it) wrote: everything is wrong. But the animation art is good.
(fr) wrote: "Sleepless Night" starts with Vincent(Tomer Sisley) and Manuel(Laurent Stocker) robbing an illegal drug shipment. Since one of the victims brought a knife to a gun fight, things do not go perfectly as Vincent is stabbed and there is one dead. That is now one crime that Vincent and Manuel have to investigate in their day job as police detectives. Oh, and Jose Marciano(Serge Riaboukine) would very much like his drugs back, if it is not too much trouble, as he has Vincent's son Thomas(Samy Seghir). The exchange would have gone well if Vignali(Lizzie Brochere), an internal affairs detective, had not been trailing him and moved the drugs from its hiding spot. She reports all of this to Lacombe(Julien Boisselier), her supervisor, who is in cahoots with Manuel. "Sleepless Night" proves that all you need for a well-crafted lean and mean crime thriller is some drugs, guns and one cool location, plus maybe a sense of humor. Of course, you have to keep the plates spinning non-stop which this movie does with a great deal of skill. Plus, it helps that all the depserate characters each have their specific motivations. However, there is a twist half way through the movie that takes some of the edge off but nobody's perfect. And by the end, I realized that for a movie involving a kidnapped child, this movie is surprisingly not mawkish in also being about a father's love for his son.
(mx) wrote: A half decent film where Sean Bean shines and doesn't bite the big one. The film emphasizes the yellow powder but it is never really explained well enough on how people are getting this disease or how the world had ceased to be. Entertaining enough to keep your general interest as the film is competently shot.
(fr) wrote: WOW! What can I say? Bottom of the barrel drviel. Cuba Gooding, Jr. slums through it and Val Kilmer acts like he's wasting his time in this movie.
(ru) wrote: i really enjoyed this. superbly entertaining. not brilliant, but very good. not very funny, but not painfully unfunny either. smooth.
(kr) wrote: gledao i bolje od bigasa lune
(us) wrote: I've never seen a horror movie that had pretty comedic moments like this one. Yes, granted that it was definitely scary in its own way but there were definitely quite a number of scenes that were humorous. Even though the gore factor was retained, I liked how the horror aspect does not really stem fully from the scary elements but also the emotions displayed from the lead characters. Overall, interesting but it does get pretty flat in a few scenes.
(fr) wrote: Everything about this was bad. Bad acting, directing, script, you name it, it sucked. Robert DeNiro was good though...of course.
(mx) wrote: Bizarre high praise for this Aardman effort, it has no chance of making a regular yuletide appearance at our house I'm afraid. It's a bit too long and fails really to be either funny enough or sentimental enough. Felix was bored and asked me a couple of times it it had 'nearly finished'. It's no 'Polar Express', sorry!
(it) wrote: Never been a big fan of Toni Collette but she is always at least good in her roles, here she is at times very good but then can dip heading towards bad. Thomas Haden Church is amusing enough to make the two together mostly enjoyable. A pretty nice and surprising ending helps to improve the overall story.
(ca) wrote: The first Mission: Impossible film is pretty good. It's plot is pretty confusing at times, but its action/adventure level of fun is pretty well executed. You may not remember why anything was happening when you think about the movie, but you'll definitely leave the film with memorable images in your head, whether it be Ethan Hunt leaping to safety from an exploding fish tank, or dangling from cables in some super secure room, or the really high energy final climax involving a train and helicopter in the Channel Tunnel. Despite not having seen much of the show, I do feel the fan's irritation at Jim Phelps being the bad guy...it really makes no sense at all. But I enjoyed the movie, it's definitely entertaining, in spite of its convoluted action sequences and sometimes hard to follow plot.
(br) wrote: Overall, a great film with a great cast. The conflict between Abner (Hal Holbrook)and Lonzo (Ray McKinnon)ranges from hilarious to dangerous, which always makes you wonder what each of the men are going to do next to get back at each other. I loved the relationship between Abner and Pamela (Mia Wasikowska) as it transformed from the little-girl-bothering-the-old-coot to grandpa-figure-protecting-the-younger-generation. Overall, I felt the movie was well done. For me, I was slightly disappointed with the ending. I was expecting more to come from the conflict. In the end, this is a film I would suggest others to see if they want to see a film that's both comedic and thriller/action.