|US Release Date||11/30/1991|
Michael Schumacher's managers have called in authorities after medical records believed to belong to the Formula 1 star were stolen.
Wes Anderson's latest film is very likely his best yet.
Which means it accomplishes all it sets out to do.
This movie will change the way you think about movies.
Jose Padilha's remake has a lot of fun with political satire, but doesn't give its central conceit enough story.
Formula One legend Michael Schumacher is in critical condition after a ski accident left him in a coma on Sunday (29Dec13).
A three-hour epic of grand storytelling with a heartfelt, human center.
A drama that breaks the rules to pack in thrills, emotion, and unfiltered Americana.
Don't wipe those memories of the 1990 version just yet — you'll need them to make sense of the remake!
Veers young, but melts your blues away!
|Reynald Lemarie||Actor||Agnes' Father||1||1000007|
|Agnes L'Herbier||Source Material (from novel)||("La Vie Aux Trusses")||120793||4000003|
|Francoise Huart||Source Material (from novel)||("La Vie Aux Trusses")||120793||4000004|
|Tomasz Cichawa||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
|Nathalie Raoul||Production Designer||n/a||164||9000001|
|Marie-France Argentino||Production Designer||n/a||164||9000002|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.