La mutante (1995) What to Expect When You're Expecting (2012 Les Lumires (cinma Nanterre) programme, horaires, sances - AlloC (...) Films projetés Horaires et séances Animation (01h42min) - Date de sortie : 09/04/2014 A partir de 3 ans De Carlos Saldanha Avec Anne Hathaway, Jesse Eisenberg Blu a pris son envol et se sent désormais chez lui à Rio de Janeiro, aux côtés de Perla et de leurs trois enfants. Aventure (02h08min) - Date de sortie : 26/03/2014 De Anthony Russo, Joe Russo Avec Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson Après les événements cataclysmiques de New York, Steve Rogers aka Captain America vit tranquillement à Washington, D.C. et essaye de s'adapter au monde moderne. Fantastique (02h18min) - Date de sortie : 09/04/2014 De Darren Aronofsky Avec Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly Noé est un homme promis à un destin exceptionnel alors qu’un déluge apocalyptique va détruire le monde. Comédie dramatique (01h30min) - Date de sortie : 26/03/2014 De Nils Tavernier Avec Jacques Gamblin, Alexandra Lamy Comme tous les adolescents, Julien rêve d’aventures et de sensations fortes. Comédie (01h48min) - Date de sortie : 26/03/2014
25 Great Psychological Thrillers That Are Worth Your Time Described as a story which emphasizes the psychology of its characters and their unstable emotional states, the following films are benchmarks for what a successful psychological thriller should aspire to be. Instead of displaying legions of gore and violence, their main objective is to play with your mind. To leave it up to you to construct the tension of what you have just witnessed. As the great perplexer David Lynch once said: “when you are spoon-fed a film, more people instantly know what it is. 25. Das Experiment is a 2001 German thriller from director Oliver Hirschbiegel, starring Moritz Bleibtreu as Tarek Fahd, or later only to be known as Prisoner 77. Tarek reads a newspaper advert regarding a social experiment in a simulated prison. Monitored and observed by scientists, the trial takes a plummet into the dark depths of human behaviour. A gruelling yet compelling watch, what makes Das Experiment even more powerful, is the fact that it is based on actual events. 24. 23. 22. 21.
Lachsfischen im Jemen (2011 UGC Cin Cit La Dfense (cinma Puteaux) programme, horaires, san (...) Evénements à l'UGC CINE CITE LA DEFENSE Lundi 7 avril à 20h15 AVANT-PREMIERE QU'EST-CE QU'ON A FAIT AU BON DIEU ? Comédie / VF / 1h37 La comédie drôlissime qu'on attendait, où Christian Clavier et Chantal Lauby surfent sur les stéréotypes racistes avec brio. Mercredi 9 avril à 14h et dimanche 13 avril à 10h30 EVENEMENT LE SOLDAT ROSE 2 "Le conte musical pour les enfants et ceux qui le sont restés" Spectacle filmé au Trianon de Paris, et écrit par Pierre-Dominique Burgaud et composé par Francis Cabrel. Films projetés Avant-premières : Films de la semaine : Horaires et séances Comédie (01h25min) - Date de sortie : 16/04/2014 De Philippe Lacheau, Nicolas Benamou Avec Philippe Lacheau, Alice David Presse Spectateurs Faute de baby-sitter pour le week-end, Marc Schaudel confie son fils Remy à Franck, son employé, "un type sérieux" selon lui. Documentaire (01h26min) - Date de sortie : 16/04/2014 A partir de 6 ans De Ben Stassen Avec Kevin Richardson (II) Animation (01h42min) - Date de sortie : 09/04/2014
5 Films That Frightened Me You might laugh at what frightens me. Everyone is built different; one person's fear is another's source of amusement. One evening a friend came over just as I was starting to watch The Shining on TV. My friend laughed as the foreboding music began to play, even before the titles appeared, and then he kept laughing during the opening credit sequence. So consider this list a cinematic confessional: five films that, when I first watched them, shook me to my core, sometimes for reasons that I'm still reluctant to explore. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. Below I've embedded the opening credit sequence from The Shining; see if you can watch all three minutes without a shiver crawling down your spine.
The Amazing Spider-Man (2012 Mgarama Villeneuve-la-Garenne (cinma Villeneuve-la-Garenne) : programme, horaires, sances - AlloCin Films projetés Avant-première : Films de la semaine : Horaires et séances Comédie (01h37min) - Date de sortie : 16/04/2014 De Philippe de Chauveron Avec Christian Clavier, Chantal Lauby Presse Spectateurs Claude et Marie Verneuil, issus de la grande bourgeoisie catholique provinciale sont des parents plutôt "vieille France". Animation (01h42min) - Date de sortie : 09/04/2014 A partir de 3 ans De Carlos Saldanha Avec Jesse Eisenberg, Anne Hathaway Blu a pris son envol et se sent désormais chez lui à Rio de Janeiro, aux côtés de Perla et de leurs trois enfants. Aventure (02h08min) - Date de sortie : 26/03/2014 De Anthony Russo, Joe Russo Avec Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson Après les événements cataclysmiques de New York, Steve Rogers aka Captain America vit tranquillement à Washington, D.C. et essaye de s'adapter au monde moderne. Fantastique (02h18min) - Date de sortie : 09/04/2014 De Darren Aronofsky Avec Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly Animation (01h16min) - Date de sortie : 02/04/2014 De Peggy Holmes
The 6 Most Disturbing Movie Scenes From 2013 Anytime a year ends, we all get the same things from every website. A list of the best movies. A list of the best shows. A list of the best music. A list of the best games. The thing is, none of these damn lists are ever any different from one another. Questions like: What were the best sex scenes? Who was the scariest bad guy? What scenes were most disturbing? Although all of those seem fun, the most disturbing scenes list is the one I am most looking forward to reading and it is the one that I will take a stab at first. So tell me, what did you find disturbing this year in film? Please note that I have not seen every movie that came out this year, and you may scoff at some of these, but I feel obligated to remind you (again) that this is an opinion piece. Next The Opening Scene In Maniac You are parked outside a club one night at closing while everyone is funnelling out. She tells the dirtbag to fuck off, wishes her friend well, and begins walking off into the cold, NYC night. Previous Next
Food, Inc. (2008 The 20 Best Survival Movies of all Time - Film Scroll 20. Snakes on a Plane (2006) About the film: For those of you who have seen this, you know that this is in no way a good movie. Its filled with terribly animated snakes and a terrible plot, however, watching Sammy L stomp around like a madman killing fake snakes and curse like a sailor makes it amazing. 19. About the film: Awesome story about two Jewish brothers who start a resistance against the Nazis during the second world war. Russian fighters in order to protect themselves hundreds of other Jewish people. 18. About the film: I actually really enjoyed this movie. of friends who are shipwrecked at sea surrounded by sharks. a good film overall. 17. About the film: Buried is a heart pounding thriller about an American who wakes up buried in a box underground in Iraq. what his captors want if he wants any chance to survive. 16. About the film: A U.S. an entire army (and a guy in a jumpsuit) after taking pictures of a mass grave. 15. About the film: I love this movie. ending. 14. 13. 12. 11. 10.
Casino Jack (2010 Nato And Remy's Last Stand: Ten 2014 Horror Films To Look Forward To! Wait – 2013 is coming to a close already?! I feel like just yesterday I was finding out about Fede Alvarez’s Evil Dead remake, debating with my horror loving brethren whether or not such a sacred property should be touched. Now, here I am starting to format my “Best Of/Worst Of” lists for 2013′s slew of horror films, reflecting on a year that saw tremendous highs and rock-bottom lows. While Remdog and I already reflected on our predictions from 2013, and how right/wrong we both were, it’s now time to put the past behind us, and look forward to an entirely fresh batch of horror movies – 2014 horror time! Unfortunately, looking at what’s been announced already, I’m not expecting another year like 2013. As you’ll see from my upcoming “Best Of” list, I found PLENTY of horror movies worth my time and effort, from polished big-budget winners to hidden independent gems. Don’t be silly though – there’s still plenty to get excited about. Next Remy – Here Comes The Devil Previous Next Remy – Tusk