Tonight or Never

Tonight or Never

Focusing more on the personalities of the characters involved, Michel Deville in his first solo directing effort, has created a "New Wave"-style, slightly strident, routine romantic comedy. Set in an apartment where budding thespians are about to put on a show, the narration slips from view as the casual, roaming eye of the camera catches the couples dancing, talking, and flirting with each other. Valerie (Anna Karina) is particularly determined to end up with the man she wants. Françoise Dorleac makes an early appearance here as one of the young women. She was Catherine Deneuve's sister, killed in a 1967 automobile accident.

Focusing more on the personalities of the characters involved, Michel Deville in his first solo directing effort, has created a "New Wave"-style, slightly strident, routine romantic comedy. Set in an apartment where budding thespians are about to put on a show, the narration slips from view as the casual, roaming eye of the camera catches the couples dancing, talking, and flirting with each other. Valerie (Anna Karina) is particularly determined to end up with the man she wants. Françoise Dorleac makes an early appearance here as one of the young women. She was Catherine Deneuve's sister, killed in a 1967 automobile accident. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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John M (us) wrote: One of the most unpleasant and abhorrent movies ever made, if not the most. I really don't know who could possibly enjoy this outside of aggressive sociopaths. It's "based on a true story" (which I think is Uwe's way of saying it is not based on a video game) about four inmates in a prison cell. It's kind of funny in hindsight: toothpaste is the movie's main stimulus. One of the inmates refuses to eat a tube of toothpaste so as to make good on a bet. Apparently, this brings out the monster in everybody else, because the next hour is that of amoral inhumanity which includes, but is not limited to, beatings, eating of vomit, rapings, and being micturated upon. I really wanted to turn this off, but I always see a movie through to the end before I pass judgment, and no, the movie never turns itself around, it keeps getting worse with no message or redeeming qualities to it. There really is nothing of substance here; you are just watching three men brutalize a victim for an hour. That's. It. The dialogue is almost all improv (so it doesn't have that written by Boll sound to it), and I would be surprised if there was a script written for it. It is so ugly and offensive on so many levels, I'm sure if this has a wider release, there would be activist groups petitioning against it. This is one of the worst movies I have ever seen, avoid at all costs.

Ng H (br) wrote: Heartwarming story about changes in a town. Love the contrast of the hardness of coal miners and the softness of hula dancing. Brilliant movie. Yu Aoi is amazing with her smile.

Clay B (br) wrote: MRS. HENDERSON PRESENTS (2005)

Akshay M (fr) wrote: A beautiful tragedy. Remarkable performance by Ben Kingsley,Shohreh Aghdashloo and Jennifer Connelly. House of sand and fog was depressing, melodramatic, beautifully shot and very powerful film.

Marcus H (ag) wrote: B-grade digi-cam photography made what could've been a good movie look like a senior thesis project. question: ...why are all gay men in films portrayed as promiscuous hoes?

Ed M (it) wrote: Although the cover looks appealing, the movie is most likely dumb and there is no synopsis...

Byron H (it) wrote: My top favourite movie of all time

Carl M (nl) wrote: A rarity for the 1990's, CASTLE FREAK is a classic throwback to the bygone era of Gothic Horror that follows in the grand tradition of the Hammer and Universal pictures. Directed by the great Stuart Gordon of RE-ANIMATOR fame, CASTLE FREAK follows the Reilly's as they move into their family's beautiful Italian villa, only to discover that the castle is also home to a hideously deformed creature that lives deep within the dungeon walls. Gordon brings together genre favorites Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton once again, who do a fine job in handling the agony and grief of a war-torn couple that are dealing the death of their young son. The shadowy corridors and decrepit crypts found throughout the Italian castle set an ominous mood, themselves, and allow Gordon the tools he needs to carefully craft his creeping terror and timely suspense. Much applause is also in order for the frightening performance put forth by Jonathan Fuller as the freak. Horrifying as he may be, Fuller also remains expressly human, and in time, he becomes a pitiful and sympathetic monster. The full-body makeup designs created by Optic Nerve are also very well done and extremely believable. This is Full Moon's finest film, and another excellent achievement in Gothic Horror from renown director Stuart Gordon!-Carl ManesI Like Horror Movies

Peter B (de) wrote: A good movie, although a little confusing and hard to follow. Also, very disappointed by the "famous" dentistry scene. Apparently most of it was cut for being too graphic. What is left is pretty ordinary.

Adam T (mx) wrote: Polanski's Chinatown is suitably vague and creepy with the Polish director's usual twisted psycho-sexual undercurrents.

Juan Diego L (fr) wrote: Es mucho ms entretenida que la primera, el villano es mucho ms interesante, los uniformes ya no parecen pijamas, aunque an esperaba los uniformes reales, los personajes me parecen ms interesantes, aunque no me llega a gustar como esperaba.