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martyrofevil posted a list
Movie Collection (213 dvds items)
2 years ago

“i like twilight All of the Twilight's was fantastic but i enjoyed breaking dawn part 1 and breaking dawn part 2 the most. My favourite bit was were Bella become a vampire and the started to beat the shit out of Jacob.” read more

2 years ago

“its a good movies to whatch Manga, supereroi, samurai, Sergio Leone, un film in cui c'è tutto e di più” read more

2 years ago
iggy posted a list
my blu-ray films (63 dvds items)
2 years ago

“All of the Twilight's was fantastic but i enjoyed breaking dawn part 1 and breaking dawn part 2 the most. My favourite bit was were Bella become a vampire and the started to beat the shit out of Jacob. so bloody jokes but i still say she look better with Jasper and Edward and alice go together and J” read more

2 years ago

“I Have Every single Pirates Of the Caribbean on Dvd xD Love Johnny Depp but i also love Orlando Bloom, He was my Tv Lover but i perfered him with long blonde hair from lord of the rings and it was bare sad when he died to save his love and Jack sparrow as well as the rest of the crew. xxxxxxxxxxxxxx” read more

2 years ago
EddyGregs posted a list
My Blu-ray Collection (9 dvds items)
2 years ago
Andrew Muc posted a review of Lincoln

“Wonderful movie, with many real live mentions of the period and time of political struggles. looking for opportunity to see the movie again.” read more

2 years ago
Blitz posted a list
2 years ago
Fraterlucis posted a list
2 years ago
yrjaenae posted a list
My DVD Collection (379 dvds items)
2 years, 1 month ago
davidthecollar posted a list
Once owned DVDs. (10 dvds items)
2 years, 1 month ago
dspin posted a list
Rolling Stones (9 dvds items)
2 years, 1 month ago
Dark Warrior posted a list
2 years, 1 month ago
cudion posted a list
funniest comedies (19 dvds items)
2 years, 1 month ago

“NB: As is their wont, Amazon have bundled the reviews for the Blu-ray and DVD boxed sets together. This review refers to the Blu-ray edition. Please bear in mind that the DVD version only includes the one-disc versions of the films, losing nearly all the extras apart from the audio commentaries.
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2 years, 1 month ago

“Starts surprisingly well but runs out of steam too soon

For the first half hour or so Johnny English Reborn is a surprisingly funny spy spoof that's a huge improvement on the dire first big screen outing for Rowan Atkinson's hopeless yet supremely self-confident spy who was originally drea” read more

2 years, 1 month ago

“A mixed bag of the trying hard, failing miserably and surprisingly okay

Intended by the Rank Organisation as a replacement for Norman Wisdom when he made noises about leaving the studio, Morecambe and Wise's big screen career never really took off - hardly surprising considering the poor q” read more

2 years, 1 month ago

A low flying bedroom farce

“A hugely successful French bedroom farce given an American makeover and then shot in France (well, the exteriors at least), 1965's Boeing Boeing is one of those swinging sex comedies that now looks rather innocent. Tony Curtis is the Paris-based reporter who keeps three separate air stewardesses (Br” read more

2 years, 1 month ago

One good, one not

“This Blue Underground repackaging of their earlier NTSC 'two-fer' release offers one great movie and one not so great, but with the two at the same price as buying either one separately, it's worth picking them both up.

Grand Slam is a surprisingly enjoyable caper flick, and much more fun ” read more

2 years, 1 month ago

Sex, violence, corruption and Patricia Hayes!

“Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Super Bitch. Not a superhero film but a prime slice of 70s Italian poliziotteschi that also goes under the titles Blue Movie Blackmail and Mafia Junction, though none are as way out as the typically marque-filling Italian original "Si Può Essere Più Bastardi d” read more

2 years, 1 month ago

Move on - nothing to see here

“When a film has as many alternate titles as Le Premier Cercle - aka Ultimate Heist, Inside Ring and The Dead List - it's never a good sign, and while it's not an outright turkey it's certainly a plodding and clichéd by the numbers crime flick that never catches fire. Jean Reno almost sleepwalks thr” read more

2 years, 1 month ago

“An engrossing movie that never makes the leap to being a great one

Trailing a slew of awards and superlatives, French flic flick Le Petit Lieutenant is a film of two halves, the first half following a recently gradated young plain clothes cop through the traditional rites of passage - deal” read more

2 years, 1 month ago

Requiem for a fool

“Behind the apparently meaningless title of Georges Lautner's Le Pacha (it roughly translates as the guv'nor) is a very decent 1968 thriller that marks the beginning of the end of the old school policier. Jean Gabin's the old school cop nearing retirement - they've already written the speeches and or” read more

2 years, 1 month ago

A poor swansong for Gabin made worse by a dire DVD

“It's a sad fact that many of the greats bow out with especially weak films, and sadly that was the fate that befell Jean Gabin with 1976's L'Année Sainte, an increasingly tiresome comedy that sees Gabin and Jean-Claude Brialy as crooks masquerading as priests en route to Italy to recover their hidd” read more

2 years, 1 month ago

“Sadly not the definitive Blu-ray release this delightful film deserves

Even though it hasn't been seen in the version originally released in cinemas in 1949 for years, Jacques Tati's Jour de Fete is still one of the most truly delightful comedies ever made. Expanded from his marvellous sho” read more

2 years, 1 month ago

Dark magic

“The first third of La Belle et La Bete may seem a little too long and a little too slow, but the film still has the power to cast its spell over an audience. At times, perhaps from a modern viewer's perspective, you find yourself admiring the technique a little more than its soul, and Jean Marais' p” read more

2 years, 1 month ago

“"It isn't worth a single tear. It's nothing but a story invented to amuse the Devil."

"Could you be the cause of all these troubles?"

"What do you expect? No-one loves me. I amuse myself as best I can."

Overshadowed outside France by both that other Medieval romantic fa” read more

2 years, 1 month ago

A mixed bag of mystery and imagination

“This review refers to Arrow's UK Blu-ray release.

In the Sixties it seemed you could hardly move for Continental `portmanteau' films - collections of short films by major directors sharing a common theme like Paris Vu Par, Ro.Go.Pa.G or Love at Twenty, which offered marketable but cost-eff” read more

2 years, 1 month ago

“Thank heaven for Pasolini (and Gregoretti)!

Ro.Go.Pa.G aka Let's Wash Our Brains: Ro.Go.Pa.G is one of the more highbrow entries in the slew of anthology films so popular with continental producers in the 60s. Ro is Roberto Rossellini, Go is Godard, Pa is Pasolini and G is the all-but-forg” read more

2 years, 1 month ago