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(1115) 6.1 101 min 2016

Des nouvelles de la planète Mars is a movie starring François Damiens, Vincent Macaigne, and Veerle Baetens. Philippe Mars is a pleasant 40-something whose meeting with a psychotic college friend who is in search of love profoundly...

Jeanne Guittet, Veerle Baetens, Vincent Macaigne, François Damiens
Drama, Comedy
Dominik Moll

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Dominik Moll
Writer Dominik Moll, Gilles Marchand
Stars Jeanne Guittet, Veerle Baetens, Vincent Macaigne, François Damiens
Country France, Belgium
Also Known As Vesti sa Marsa, Mondd ki, hogy uborka!, Naujienos is Marso planetos, Más Notícias para o Sr. Mars, U pana Marsa bez zmian, Noticias de la familia Mars, News from Planet Mars
Runtime 1H 41M
Description Philippe Mars is a pleasant 40-something whose meeting with a psychotic college friend who is in search of love profoundly changes his life.

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Thursday, 16 Jul 2020 05:05

Jacques Vallee directed "Le voyage d'Amelie: The Voyage of the Space Museum" in 1972, which is a very fine adaptation of the classic fairytale "Amelie". In the sequel, which is only slightly better than the original, we are introduced to the new town of Amelie, who has been the centre of the story from the start, and it is where the space museum is located. In a parallel story line, the museum is set to be demolished and the ship which had transported the astronauts to the planet Venus is set to crash in the town. During this crisis, the house of the ship's engineer is stolen by a married couple who have their own spaceship. The young couple, Don and Isabella, work for a manufacturer and also have their own spaceship. Their spaceship, which was in storage on Venus, suddenly comes to life. Don sends Isabella to take care of the ship, while the husband sends his own spaceship to Venus to crash the ship in the town. Amelie and her husband's spaceship has now been located and they travel to the planet Venus, which is also a space colony, where they land on the planet and have to work there. The planet is a very hostile place, with the atmosphere being suffocating and hostile to life, and the only thing that Amelie and her husband have to survive is the cold and dry air. The movie, which is about 150 minutes long, is very funny, and its message is quite important for a film about the plight of the human race, because, as Amelie said in the beginning, "we must not waste our lives". Amelie was an absolutely delightful character. Her adventures, the weather, the weather forecast, the landscape, everything she experienced is very well acted. The supporting cast is also very good, including Maria Rodriguez and Claude Berri as a scientist, as well as Emmanuelle Beart as Amelie's mother, who is very good and she is a very interesting character. The story is very well done, and the writing and direction are very good, with very funny jokes, as well as very dramatic ones. The cinematography is excellent. The music is also excellent, and the images, which are very striking and very beautiful, are great. The motion picture is very very good, and it is a great movie, especially for people who are fans of the original.
Monday, 06 Jul 2020 13:28

Possibly the most influential film in the history of cinema, also known as La grande boule. Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet, known for "Un Chien Andalou" (the rape-fantasy "Guy de Maupassant") and "Le romp des heures du temps" (the rape-fantasy "Les Hommes de la femme s'il vous plait"), gives us the tragic story of a lovable madman who finds a girl with a rather violent streak. The guy finds a girl who is more sexual than he is. The film is the most famous example of French sexploitation, so much so that when this film was made, the cinemas were full of men screaming "Vous ne me nous remplirons pas" (what are you going to do for us?). This is one of the most popular films in the history of cinema, and it is definitely not without its faults. The story itself is not very interesting and it drags a lot. The characters are quite flimsy and the story is rather predictable. But Jeunet has done a good job in making it. The cinematography is beautiful and makes the movie look pretty good. It is a shame that the sound is so sub-par, especially during the rape scenes. The acting is great and the directing is good, especially the second half. It is also a pity that there is no strong female character, because it would have been more interesting if she were one of the characters. If you are a fan of Jeunet, see "Le coeur de l'amour" (the same director's previous film, "Abril et la pauper") which is a much better film. It is also worth noting that Jeunet is a very good film maker. I would rate this film a seven, because it is definitely not bad.
Monday, 15 Jun 2020 09:01

I am a big fan of the films of Jean-Pierre Jeunet, and this one is no exception. His previous films have been pretty extraordinary, I have to say, but this one is more than impressive, and I was surprised that this is his first film after the success of such films as the brilliant "Breezy". But the truth is, "Breezy" is not really a film of Jeunet, but more a film about the problems of being a film director. The film begins with a meeting of the directors of the new Paris film festival, which is put on by the actors, the producers, the editors and the post production. They have been receiving offers from different countries to make films about their cities, but, after seeing the pictures and talking to the film director about them, they get the impression that they have been given a little help from the government, and they don't like that, so they refuse to accept any more offers. But the director has to deal with the crisis of the film festival. It is not the fault of the director, but the fault of the investors, who are angry about not getting the money they were expecting. The producer is a really good man, and he is well educated, but his idea of the movie is totally different from that of the director, and he is having a lot of difficulties getting him to accept a story about a man who just came back from a three year absence and is looking for some things in his life that are missing, but he doesn't want to take on a project that might confuse him. The director, on the other hand, has been dealing with problems that are very personal to him, but he does not want to take on a project that might upset him. "Breezy" is a rather good movie, but it could have been a lot better, I think, than it turned out to be. The film has a very interesting plot, but it is not well developed, and the plot is not really balanced. It is very disjointed, and it seems that there are elements that should be included in the film but are not, and there are elements that should not be included, and that is a problem of this film. The acting is good, the photography is excellent, the music is very good, but it is not the best music I have heard in a film, and the film is very slow and it is not the most exciting film I have seen, but it is good. If you like Jeunet, you should see this film, otherwise, you might consider looking at his other films, which are just as good.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 16:45

I've been a big fan of Jennifer Lopez since her early days, and when I saw her in "A Walk to Remember", I really didn't expect her to deliver such a great performance. This is not the typical Jennifer Lopez movie. In this one, she is a widow, and this gives her the chance to show the side of herself that we didn't really see in her previous films. She also has a good supporting cast, that includes the underrated, but good Jean-Claude Van Damme. If you are a fan of "The Hunger Games" and "A Walk to Remember", you will enjoy this movie. If you are a fan of "The Little Mermaid" or "Beauty and the Beast", you may not. Personally, I liked it a lot, but I could understand why people wouldn't. The storyline of the movie is quite simple. There are a few differences though. The first one is that Jennifer Lopez is only a single mother. However, she is really devoted to her daughter, and she can't let her go without giving her the best of everything she can. She sacrifices her own happiness for the happiness of her daughter. This movie is also rather tragic, as it portrays the love between the mother and daughter very well. The second difference is that in the first half of the movie, Jennifer Lopez shows herself to be extremely vulnerable, which makes the audience sympathize with her. However, in the second half, she is more self-confident and gets more satisfaction from her daughter's happiness. This gives her a greater feeling of satisfaction in the whole movie. The third difference is that in the first half, the movie is quite slow and emotional. In the second half, the movie is fast and fun. In the end, you can tell that Jennifer Lopez is now enjoying her own happiness and has a great happiness for her daughter. She knows what she wants and knows that she is doing the best she can for her daughter. Overall, this movie is a great family movie, and Jennifer Lopez is absolutely fantastic in this movie. I give it a 7/10.
Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 05:17

So here we have the Cannes dud of 2013. Des Nuit de la Planète Mars is all the hype, cliches and the glitz that a festival such as Cannes can generate. It is a big Hollywood studio-backed docudrama about the top five gurus in Buddhism. Each guru is given a role in the project and all of them are excellent, but they are given little to do. Some are funny and some are heart warming, but you just know the studio would have liked a bigger budget. The director is Jean-Marc Vallee and the cinematographer is Stephane Lhermitte, both of whom are to be commended. What is clear is that Vallee is the heir apparent to Roman Polanski. A great visual experience is his forte and he has the talent to make even the least interesting sequences watchable. The film is shot in a dreamy way, but it is still a Hollywood film and Vallee is on the same wavelength as the Hollywood studios. He is of course not Italian, but so what? The film was big at Cannes, but has gone so far that the prestigious event is a non-event in comparison. It was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film and Best Foreign Language Film, but that was hardly surprising. The film is a huge disappointment and an even bigger disappointment is the fact that the film has been pushed into the festival. If you were to talk to me about this film, I would say that the film is not worth the money you pay to watch it. It is one of those films that you do not like because you are a fan of one of the stars. It is not a film that I would watch again, but I would still recommend it to people who are interested in the Buddhist mystique.
Sunday, 19 Apr 2020 07:56

The truth about dreams is not always what you expect, but I like this film because it makes you think. The main characters were really two different people. Their dreams were the same, but they knew they were different and yet they were the same. I'm not sure how it happened, but it worked. There were times when they would suddenly stop talking and someone would ask them, "What did you dream?" "I dreamed a spaceship". "Oh! What's that?" "It's a comet." "Well, I've seen a comet. But it's different!" "It's different, because it's coming towards us!" I liked the way the characters looked at each other, and I like the way the film seemed to have been made in black and white. I liked the film because it's a realistic and real movie. It has some sex scenes, but that's how it is with most people. I liked the way it portrayed a reality of dreams, but I also think it had a bit of realism that wasn't realistic. That's a good thing. I liked how the story changed when the two characters saw a future where they were different and one person died, but they didn't realize it. I liked the ending, because it made me realize that life is good. I liked the film because it was realistic and made me think about dreams. I think that's what a dream is, it's the part of our lives that we don't understand and don't want to understand. I'm not sure if I should recommend this film, but it was a good film. I didn't think it was too long or too short, but I didn't think it was boring.

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