|US Release Date||11/30/1961|
The latest film from <em>Amelie</em> director Jean-Pierre Jeunet isn't the best example of what the French fantasist can do.
Christmas movies just aren’t what they used to be, and although this claustrophobic “woman-in-jeopardy” psycho-thriller is well-shot, it’s also repetitious and unpleasant.
Merging cutting-edge cinematic razzle dazzle with resonant themes of honor, courage and sacrifice, <em>300</em> builds yet another visually thrilling and viscerally satisfying film..
Without gore and cheap scare tactics, An American Haunting is a well-told tale based on the much-documented legend of the Bell Witch in Tennessee.
Granted, it's a sports movie about golf. But with winning performances, fancy camerawork and a classic root-for-the-little-guy scenario, The Greatest Game Ever Played tees off with the best of them.
This plane-crossing load of malarkey is not altogether awful until two-thirds in, the exact point when the music stops, you see the abysmal finale coming at you like a brick-loaded train, and you wish you'd rented The Ring instead.
Like the four-star restaurant that is largely its setting, the award-winning Mostly Martha, a big hit in its native Germany, is most definitely worth the detour. As beautifully shot as it is told and acted, Mostly Martha, in German with English subtitles, is a tasty addition to the sub-genre of foodie favorites like Big Night, and Babette's Feast.
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|Henry Duvemois||Source Material (from novel)||n/a||120793||4000004|
|Christian Matras||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
|Georges Van Parys||Music||n/a||120781||8000001|
|Robert Clavel||Art Director||art direction||183||9000001|
|Rosine Delamare||Costume Designer||costume design||169||13000001|
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