The Smiling Madame Beudet

The Smiling Madame Beudet

One of the first feminist movies, this is the story of an intelligent woman trapped in a loveless marriage.

One of the first feminist movies, The Smiling Madame Beudet is the story of an intelligent woman trapped in a loveless marriage. Her husband is used to playing a stupid practical joke in ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Matija R (us) wrote: lol, give me a fucking break. the worst movie these two magnificent actors ever did, and thats saying something if you look at their IMDB records

Eric B (it) wrote: It's a fun, fast paced, comedy, thriller, and action packed movie. The actions in the movie were crazy unrealistic but still entertaining and enjoyable! Love the great chemistry between Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz.

Sarah H (fr) wrote: Pretty crappy. The story isn't engaging or relevant, the characters are a bit annoying, and despite a good cast, it just doesn't gel. And Cillian Murphy is so much more captivating when he's a bad guy!

Campbell P (jp) wrote: This movie was just plain weird. Maybe I would give it another star if i understood French. The animation was very good though. This is one I didn't really care for. Others will probably like it, it's just not my type of animated movie. At all. D-

Orlando m (it) wrote: This movie was a fun watch, went into it expecting nothing and it turned out to be better than I anticipated. Alec Baldwin is the man. And it was filled with a lot of real issues that you can relate to today.

Shawn M (kr) wrote: Cliche-ridden drama that has nothing new to say on the subject. What's it's got is lots of stereotypes.

Karen T (mx) wrote: I love michael j fox in all his movies.

Ola G (ru) wrote: Two years after the Westworld tragedy, the Delos corporation owners have reopened the park following $1.5 billion in safety improvements. For publicity purposes, newspaper reporter Chuck Browning (Peter Fonda) and TV reporter Tracy Ballard (Blythe Danner) are invited to review the park. Just before the junket is announced, Browning arranges to meet with a Delos employee who promises he has dirt on the corporation. During the meeting, the tipster is shot in the back and dies after giving Browning an envelope. At the resort, guests choose from a range of theme parks: Medievalworld, Romanworld, and Futureworld (Westworld is abandoned). Browning and Ballard choose Futureworld, which simulates an orbiting space station. Robots are available for sex as well as amusements like boxing, where the humans control robot boxers. They are guided through the resort by Dr. Duffy, who shows them the marvels of Delos, demonstrating that all the problems have been fixed. Chuck Browning is still not convinced that Delos has cleaned up its act. What Chuck and Tracy discover is beyond any of their imaginations...My oh my... where should I start.. Let me first of all say that the foundation and idea of "Futureworld" is there. A corporation that replaces world leaders with clones to be able to use them to shape global opinons to their own advantages is of course a scary and intriguing futuristic point of view. The movie is based on what happend after the Westworld malfunction and the development of the "new" theme park. However, what "Westworld" had in vibe, action and excitement lacks in "Futureworld". The story tries to intertwine mystery, sci-fi and thriller elements with a satirical opinion, but succeeds only with the latter part. The dodgy B-Movie set up has tainted everything including a very poor acting achievement from predominantly Peter Fonda. He is plain awful. The campy dream sequence with Yul Brunners The Gunslinger must have made him turn in his grave as this was his final film. Richard Eder panned the film in The New York Times, quoting Ballard's line from the movie, "This is about as exciting as a visit to the water works." Coining his own variation on the phrase, Eder also claimed the film is "as much fun as running barefoot on Astroturf". He found the film entirely predictable and devoid of much dramatic tension. Writing that Danner and Fonda have "absolutely nothing to do" in the film, he concludes that "starring in Futureworld must be the actor's equivalent of going on welfare." Futureworld was actually the first major feature film to use 3D computer-generated imagery (CGI). CGI was used for an animated hand and face. This does unfortunately not help the movie to sink like the Titanic..

Devin A (de) wrote: Fucking Awesome! Elliott Gould is one bad ass motherfucker.

rur Ingi J (mx) wrote: The most camp movie i've seen, very ahead of its time in terms of gore and violence, this was 1966, one of the first splatter films along with the H.G. Lewis movies. If you want a movie you can watch, and laugh at every aspect of how bad it is, this is the one. Hell, there's even a slapstick scene followed with a "wah, wah, wah, waaaaahhhhhh" sound.