The Minister

The Minister

Transport Minister Bertrand Saint-Jean is awoken in the middle of the night by his head of staff. A bus has gone off the road into a gully. He has no choice but to go to the scene of the accident. Thus begins the odyssey of a politician in a world that is increasingly more complex and hostile.

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The Minister torrent reviews

Prabu V (gb) wrote: Radha Mohan proved it yet another time. He showed greater versatility as a director. Good one to watch. Absolutely there is no heroism, songs and stunt sequences. Very different movie.

Suanne T (ag) wrote: Heartwarming Hallmark film about Stacey Bess and the School with No Name. Add to: Salt Lake on Film

sabreena w (de) wrote: it was awesome but its been a while so i want to see it again

Lady D (mx) wrote: The true story of Charles Starkweather and Caril-Ann Fugit, who went on a killy spree, often compared to 'Badlands' although this is the actual story of the pair, but evidently not as popular. Also I'm sure 'Natural Born Killers' was probably influenced by the original story too. This story is one to be watched if you have a general interest into the case, however it's comparison to the film 'Monster' in terms of quality is definitely not accurate.

Vicky P (nl) wrote: It's so easy to just walk away. And it's so easy to point the finger. It's not so easy to choose to save a life because once you've started, it's life or death for your whole family everyday. This film is excellent in its comedy and perfect in delivering the pressure-cooker that the Crzeks were in everyday. And after all that, there were many moments that made you think if I were him, would I have the courage to do the right thing? And how many unethical things I'd do to do this ethical thing?

Aviann G (mx) wrote: I saw this once and I would like to see it again

Minna V (mx) wrote: Surprising and twisted plot. Ellen DeGeneres is quite "scary" as a dective and Patricia Arquette as Sandra is almost pitiful. That Sound of Music thing was a bit scary...

Evelyn M (de) wrote: Luke Wilson was really attractive 13 years ago.

Kevin R (br) wrote: I can't be your PoohA group of middle aged buddies in small town upstate New York haven't done much with their life since graduating high school. They still hang out at the local bar, hook up with the local ladies, and fail to settle down or understand why they can't. As their high school reunion approaches, several of the fellas decide it's time to make something of themselves."He's into male contraceptives, which is good for a change."Ted Demme, director of Blow, Life, The Ref, Who's the Man, Monument Ave, and episodes of the television series Yo! MTV Raps, delivers Beautiful Girls. The storyline for this picture is perfectly done and I loved all the characters, the script, the interaction between characters, and the acting. I thought it all fit together perfectly. The cast is awesome in this film and contains Uma Thurman, Natalie Portman, Matt Dillon, Rosie O'Donnell, Timothy Hutton, Lauren Holly, Michael Rapaport, Pruitt Taylor Vince, and Mira Sorvino."You've been eating retard sandwiches again."I grabbed this off Netflix because it stars my all time favorite actress, Natalie Portman. I had also heard very positive things about this picture from a friend. I honestly couldn't believe how much I was compelled by this film. There was some great lines and fantastic character development in this film. I would honestly consider buying this."They're all sisters."Grade: A

Jamar A (it) wrote: seen it. good... can't comment with stars, computer too slow lol

Samantha S (ag) wrote: I've seen a few Andy Warhols. Shocked how bad they are. Not interesting and avant-garde, just bad.

Alec H (kr) wrote: British imperialist message aside, I'm a sucker for awesome old-fashion epic war films

Rob H (de) wrote: It's difficult for me to disklike a movie after liking the book, and Dodsworth was one of these instances. The movie relegated the differences between Europeans and Americans to sidebars even though it was a major theme of the book.

The A (br) wrote: UHF has its moments, but sometimes it gets too weird for its own good.