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(6841) 7.7 104 min 2019

Les misérables is a movie starring Damien Bonnard, Alexis Manenti, and Djebril Zonga. A cop from the provinces moves to Paris to join the Anti-Crime Brigade of Montfermeil, discovering an underworld where the tensions between the...

Alexis Manenti, Djebril Zonga, Damien Bonnard, Issa Perica
Thriller, Crime, Drama
Ladj Ly

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Thriller, Crime, Drama
Director Ladj Ly
Writer Giordano Gederlini, Alexis Manenti, Ladj Ly
Stars Alexis Manenti, Djebril Zonga, Damien Bonnard, Issa Perica
Country France
Also Known As Nyomorultak, 'Alouvai Ha'Kha'yim, Los miserables, Jadnici, Nędznicy, Sefiller, I miserabili, De elendige, 悲慘世界, Οι Άθλιοι, レ・ミゼラブル, Les Misérables, Die Wütenden - Les misérables, Die Wütenden - Les Misérables, Nožēlojamie, Os Miseráveis
Runtime 1H 44M
Description Brigadier Stéphane Ruiz is a young and light-heartened cop who moves to Paris to be closer of his little son after the divorce of his wife. Working in the impoverished suburb of Montfermeil, in the 93th district, where Victor Hugo wrote his famous 1862's novel "The Miserables", Ruiz joins the local Anti-Crime Brigade, being paired with veterans but unscrupulous colleagues Chris and Gwada, who are charged with the task to train Ruiz about the way Montfermeil's works and the people to meet. However, his first day in Montfermeil twists in bad way when the owner of a circus and his men meet where drug-lord Le Maire ("The Mayor") claiming for a stolen baby lion a few hours ago, blaming him by the theft. Avoiding a fight between Le Maire and circus' owner, the three cops patrol the hood looking for the animal, learning that a troubled kid named Issa is the thief, who stolen to have it as pet. But when Ruiz, Chris and Gwada locate Issa to recover the baby lion, Issa's friends attempt to liberate him from the cops. With the situation out of control, Gwada shots a rubber ball just when Issa tried to escape and hits him in the face, just in the moment that all they realize that a drone of a boy named Buzz recorded all the incident. Patrolling around, Chris and Gwada locate Buzz and start a prosecution to catch him after to learn that drone's card is gone. Hiding in a downstairs, Buzz escapes from Chris and runs to ask refuge to Salah, a Kebab's owner and leader of the each time more powerful Muslim brotherhood in the hood. While Issa's friends run to advise Le Maire about the drone and the record, Ruiz, Chris and Gwada moves where Le Pince ("The Clamp"), a bar's owner in addition to Le Maire's rival and Chris' partner in business, looking for help, at the same time that Ruiz goes to a pharmacy to heal Issa's hurts. But when a confident alerts about Buzz's location, Le Maire, the cops and Le Pince meet at the same time at Salah's local claiming by the card, not measuring the consequences of their acts.

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Monday, 08 Jun 2020 16:22

The 5th installment of Disney's cinematic version of the classic 1848 French novel, "Les Miserables", is a celebration of revolutionary ideals and gender equality. The movie is based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas and is told from the point of view of an ordinary 17-year-old boy, named Leopold, who is indoctrinated in the revolutionary ideals of the novel. This boy comes from an upper class family, but it is not until he is rescued by a poor street urchin, a convict in prison, and another young man from his neighborhood, named Antoine, that he unites his passions to the life of freedom and revolt. The movie follows the text from the novel, but never skims the surface of the story. The director, David Kelly, adds great sound effects, music, sets, and sequences that are just as important as the movie itself. Anne Hathaway and Nicole Kidman are at the top of their game as the main characters. Hathaway has a spark of sexiness to her and a romantic beauty to her. She embodies the tortured soul of a revolutionary woman, while Kidman is absolutely stunning. The two characters are shown in a sexual way, and there are no real subtexts or plots that take place in the story. Both are magnificent as individual people. Amy Adams is as beautiful and effective as Hathaway. She plays the role with a certain timeliness and maturity. Her character is equally important to the story as the main characters. They are the core of the story. The subtexts and plot lines in the movie seem to come from inside the characters and not from the movie itself. There are no clear or obvious threads or connections. For example, while the movie is centered on Leopold and Antoine, there is no real story arc, no big significance, or even an ending. It seems to be just a good movie with enough of a plot and not enough of a message to move the story forward. This seems to be the point of the movie. The movie is a love story. The romance is fine, but the movie also shows us the struggle of women against oppression, and shows the triumph of freedom and the strength of individuality. The movie is highly recommended to those who have not seen it before.
Friday, 05 Jun 2020 13:43

First, let me just say that I am not a fan of either of the two main actresses, and that I don't really care for either of them, because they are so similar. They have this oddly obvious and seemingly boring quality to their portrayal. And, though I enjoy the main female character (I'm a very fan of Anne Hathaway's), I have to admit that I would much rather have the barest aspect of her. I cannot for the life of me think of a good reason for the screenwriter to have given Anne a voice. Her character is so well written, it was almost an insult to the role of the other actress. The only good thing I can say about the film was that it kept me interested all the way through. At the same time, I have to agree with the critics who have claimed that the ending is disappointing. It was the end of the movie, and you would think that they would end the movie with something good. However, this was not to be. They followed this up with some sort of pervert love story. It is not exactly a storyline that keeps you guessing, but I think it was a good plot device. In fact, I found it to be a very interesting plot device, and kept me guessing until the end. Finally, I would like to add that the writing was pretty good. I think that the other actors did a good job as well, especially Jake Gyllenhaal who has been nominated for an Oscar. I also liked the fact that the plot line kept you guessing throughout the entire film. A few other things that I would like to mention is that the cinematography was also good. Although I am not really a big fan of cinematography, I liked the cinematography in the film, especially because I really liked the locales of Paris. The film was also shot very well. It had a great pacing. Overall, I would give this film an 8/10. If you don't mind the competition from films such as The Machinist, you will really enjoy this film.
Monday, 01 Jun 2020 15:31

As a born-and-bred French person, I can say that every French person has heard and read about how exactly some bad things are happening, so we were so determined to watch this film. Actually, it is the second time that a French director has done a French version of an English movie. Maybe this is not a good thing for an American movie-goer, but I like a good French movie. And I have never felt so convinced and relaxed, watching a French movie than I did watching Misérables. Every character is likeable, and none of them is evil. They are flawed, but they are good. "good" may not mean at all good, but it means intelligent, dynamic, and not pure evil. And most of them can lead a better life than the ones they live with. I don't know, maybe I'm just using the French language correctly. This is a great movie to see, especially if you are a French person. I personally thought that Anne Hathaway was really good, but she was great. It was like watching the French version of The Princess Bride, and the other characters were exactly the same, but not exactly. They all had their own personalities, and it was easy to like them. The actors did a great job, they acted like real people, like the characters in the book. We can see how powerful Anne Hathaway's talent is, and her talents are used wonderfully. Many actresses seem to be at the top of their game, but it is very rare that we see a film where actors and actresses are not capable of acting. It is one of the things that makes the films so great. Misérables is a wonderful movie, and a great lesson in life. It is about what is important in life, the people you care about, and how you feel about them. And of course, it is about some great characters, including Francois. I am not usually one to believe in the same things as Hollywood, but I think that this movie proves that people are capable of making the best of what they have, and what they can do. This is just the way I see it. I hope that you will enjoy it as much as I did.
Sunday, 31 May 2020 14:00

This is an adaptation of the original novel by Jean de Florette (Je suis d'esprit. "Two poor souls", "A Bridge in the Air") about a French gang that terrorises the helpless. The movie follows the details of the novel, but improves on it. This is what I expected. The same story that follows the book, but is improved on. It doesn't just follow the book like a regular movie. It's much more polished. They have put a lot of thought into the screenplay. It's full of new information and references, giving it a more "imaginative" feel. Another thing is the additional jokes. They are still there, but they are much more sophisticated and so it's much more funny. The love story is quite uneventful. To my surprise, it's not quite as good as I expected. This is a slight change from the book. And in a way that's good. The original book didn't have much love. The story was more straightforward and the love story wasn't as dramatic as in the book. Not to say that it's bad, just that I thought the movie didn't have as much emotion as the book did. The first part of the movie is more of a straight to DVD movie, with little commentary. It didn't change at all from the book. The second part is a more historical, almost a documentary. It features a lot of extras, and a lot of historical knowledge is added. This part is entertaining and well-edited. I expected a movie that would be more for the young audience and with a better performance by Cruise. The second part is an attempt to break away from a historical documentary. This is not entirely successful. While the first part is better than the second, I think the second part is just as good as the first. Cruise gives an excellent performance in the second part. He's still a great actor. The story is good, and he's quite charming as always. I'm surprised that there are so many negative reviews of this movie. Most of them are from the youth. When people become older, they are likely to appreciate the original novel more. It's more artistic, or unique. So the people that are young, can see the movie and enjoy it, but older people won't see the movie as much as they should. This is a very well-made movie, with decent performances. If you see this movie, I think you should also see the book, and compare the two. The story in the book is much more "immersive". You can feel the emotion and feel for the characters.
Saturday, 30 May 2020 12:30

In the world of movies these days, it seems that cinema always consists of one type of movie, and this type of movie is always about revenge. While films like Pulp Fiction, Lost Boys, and Sin City, reflect this art, we usually get movies like The Bourne Supremacy or The Bourne Identity, which seek to portray a world where not only there are heroes, but there are villains as well. Bourne Supremacy, tells the story of an undercover agent who must fight for his own life as a result of his involvement in a terrorist plot. The world of Bourne Supremacy is not the usual world. There are no good guys, there are no bad guys, there is no forgiveness. But what is different about this world is that in this world, there are two main characters, namely Matt Damon and Maggie Gyllenhaal. Matt Damon plays an undercover agent with the name of Matt Damon, who gets involved in a terrorist plot that leads to the death of two people. Matt does not want to get involved in the terrorist plot, and so he makes an attempt to murder one of the terrorists. But the terrorists do not agree, and they kill Matt's wife and kid. As a result, Matt decides to become the one and only Matt Damon, and he soon is working on a mission of his own, which is to get a little revenge. What we have here is a movie where the acting is not as good as the previous two Bourne movies, but the story is so strong that we do not mind. The acting by Matt Damon is as good as it was in the previous movies, as he keeps the movie moving. The story also gets a major boost from the involvement of the actress Maggie Gyllenhaal, who brings a freshness to the film. She is good at bringing the viewer in her character and she has the ability to put the audience in the shoes of the characters and vice-versa. Matt Damon is much more intense in this film than he was in the previous two. We get a story of a man with a secret. The character is also less likable, as we do not understand the character's motives and therefore feel for him. But I must say that he is the best part of this film. The action scenes are still excellent. In a world where nearly all of the action movies are about to kill a number of people, this is the one that gets it right. The shots in this movie are amazing. The fights between Matt Damon and the terrorists are also amazingly well done. We also get to see how Matt can keep the case under control. At times, it is hard to believe that Matt Damon is actually Matt Damon, as he takes on all sorts of characters, and in some scenes, he seems to be a different person. As the character evolves, we can see how Matt starts to realize that he is Matt Damon. This is a movie that is not for everyone. It does not give you a whole lot of answers, but it does give you a great story. The story of The Bourne Supremacy gives us something to think about for some time. As long as you leave this film thinking and trying to see the ending, this movie will do you no harm.
Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 23:53

The foreign language version of the French film Moulin Rouge! (called Les misérables in the USA) is a fine musical adventure that is not quite as intense as the book (but close). As a musical, it is a huge success. The stars of the musical show their talents in the singing of the songs. Les Misérables, is a tale of love, war, and revenge. The film is about the life of a musical singer (Angelique,played by Scarlett Johansson). She is part of a huge musical troupe and sings songs that are about the lives of the French revolutionaries in the late nineteenth century. The original novel by Victor Hugo is presented in the French version, which is often not a very enjoyable version. Les Misérables has many fantastic songs that are included in the film, and the musical numbers are the stars of the show. The film has a great cast. Jeremy Irons is particularly great. His French accent is incredible and is portrayed very well. The rest of the cast are excellent. The music is amazing. The songs are original, and they are sung very well. Some of the songs are very good, some are not. The most enjoyable songs are "I will," "The date you chose," "Pompeii," and "I'll be there." The acting in the film is exceptional. The actors have a wonderful chemistry together and have some of the best on screen duets of the musical. The film is not completely faithful to the book. For one thing, it skips about 2/3 of the events in the novel, and it does not fully explain how Angelique is able to use her talents. Another thing is the very important character of Max, played by Liam Neeson. When he is first introduced, his character is not interesting enough, and he is certainly not funny enough. However, when he appears in the middle of the story, he becomes an important character, and we learn a lot more about him. He is a very interesting character, and the film is worth seeing just for this. "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" is a brilliant song. "I'll Be There" is also great. "Revolution" is an iconic song. "In the Name of the King" is one of my all time favorites. The story has a very important message. There is an important political message to this story. It's a great film. I believe it is a great musical. It is the best musical I have seen. It is also one of my favorite movies. My score: 8 (out of 10)
Sunday, 26 Apr 2020 13:47

Ladies and gentlemen, French cinema has produced an impeccable movie - everything that I could ever want to have, will ever want to have. Montmartre is a place of painful and unspeakable truths and sorrows. It is the place where a life is thrown out to a violent and cruel ending. This is a film which deals with the circumstances in which it takes place. It deals with the meaning of friendship and the mystery of destiny. It deals with the pain and the beauty of life and death. The leading character here is Remy Bonnefoy, a young man with a brilliant intellect who has a lot of problems with his mother and also a tough environment, in which his first loves don't exist. He has to make a choice between love and the cold and indifferent reality. And the decision he makes will change the course of his life. The choice of Lea Seydoux is equally important. She plays the character of the young woman who also has a problem with her mother, is a dancer, and is confronted by an unexpected transformation in her life. The movie in its entirety will keep you focused on the way the characters decide to behave. It is also important that the characters have different reactions, for example we can see that Remy Bonnefoy is not a coward, but he can't give up the question of life - that is one of the most crucial characteristics of a man. It is interesting to note that the plot is very realistic. It is based on the facts of the existence of the world in which the characters live. It is based on the observations of various characters in which we can see the truth and the limitations of the human race. It is not a movie which asks us to contemplate the moral or the ability of man. It is a movie which will give us a perspective of the reality we live in. We see that there is a problem in the human heart and we can see that it is everywhere. We can see that one person can have a devastating effect on the rest of the people around. We can see that mankind is a gigantic animal with no room for the species of love and compassion and we can see that although it's rare, there is such thing as death. We can see that the love of a father for his child is the most beautiful thing on the planet. We can see that love can bring about the most horrible things in the world. So far, all I've said is true, but I don't want to say anymore. You have to see it yourself. I'm sure that if you can look into the eyes of a great artist like Remi Tarrantini, who has been involved in many important projects, you can find it all here.

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