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My mother is French and my father is Dutch. I have spent all my life in France but now I have been living in Holland for quite a while.

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A good movie

Posted : 3 hours, 5 minutes ago on 29 May 2016 05:59 (A review of Chocolat)

I have noticed that several Filmclub members turned out to be slightly disappointing by this movie but, to be honest, I didn't have such expectations and I thought it turned out to be a decent watch. Above all, Omar Sy, probably one of the most famous French actors at work nowadays, was just really charismatic and very often really funny. Indeed, he was just perfect to play this part and,  without him, I'm not sure it would have actually worked. Basically, even though it was an intrigued story with some great potential, it turned out to be a decent biopic but nothing really mind-blowing, I'm afraid. The first problem is that the whole thing was just so pedestrian and predictable. Then, the other problem is that they kept adding some elements to the story without properly developing them. It was above all obvious with his partner Footit. Indeed, during the whole thing, they never really make up their mind if the guy was actually his friend or if he was in fact exploiting him. At some point, already half way through, Chocolat himself even asks him what the hell does he do with his money and his free time. Eventually,  we get to see a random scene in a gay bar which had nothing to do with what happened before or after. And I won't even start about the whole 'Othello' thing which occured completely differently in real life. Anyway, in spite of its flaws, thanks to Omar Sy, I still think it was a decent watch after all.


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A good movie

Posted : 1 day, 23 hours ago on 27 May 2016 09:43 (A review of Wadjda)

I had seriously no idea what to expect from this movie and the main reason why I wanted to watch it was because it was included in the '1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die' list. Eventually, it was a really interesting feature. Indeed, it is always pretty neat to discover a new land and a new culture. Still, while watching the damned thing, I couldn't help thinking that, even though it was directed by a Saudi women, it still felt that it was giving a Western point of view on this strict Muslim culture. Basically, it gave a very bleak and sad view on the Saudi life, especially for the women and, even though it is probably true, it would have been nice to see something slightly more balanced. For example, towards the end, you get to see the main character reciting the Koran which seemed at first rather pointless and redundant but, eventually, it turned to be actually quite gorgeous and I think it would have worked better to show also such intriguing and positive aspects about this culture. I also had some trouble to really understand what was going on between the parents of the main character (apparently, the father was never home and was actually planning to wed a second wife but it was never clearly stated during the whole thing). To conclude, even though it didn’t really blow me away, it was still a decent watch and it is definitely worth a look.


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A good movie

Posted : 2 days, 7 hours ago on 27 May 2016 01:25 (A review of September 11)

In fact, I saw this movie in the movie theater when it was released. To be honest, I wonder how I actually ended up watching the damned thing but I guess it was because there were several directors I admired that were involved (Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Ken Loach, Mira Nair, Sean Penn). On top of that, if I recall it correctly, it was one of the first movies I saw in the movie theater when I moved to the Netherlands and I assumed I wouldn’t need to read the subtitles (it took me a couple of years to master the Dutch language and when I just arrived, my Dutch was not so great, I’m afraid). It turned out to be a miscalculation from my side since the movie was not only in French and English but also in some other languages like Arabic and Japanese. Still, I thought it was indeed an interesting movie. I mean, as usual with this kind of anthology features, the segments were not all really amazing but it was still pretty impressive to see this movie just a year after this terrible tragedy took place. To conclude, even if it was nothing really groundbreaking, I thought it was a decent watch and I think it is definitely worth a look.



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A good movie

Posted : 2 days, 11 hours ago on 27 May 2016 09:42 (A review of Spotlight)

To conclude, this movie was not really on my radar for a long time but since it won the Best Picture Academy Award, I was quite eager to check out the damned thing. Well, eventually, I thought it was a pretty good story, with some solid directing and a very strong cast (Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schreiber, Stanley Tucci, Billy Crudup).  The realistic approach worked fine as well and it was really neat that they didn’t add any sub-plots about the romantic or family lives of the involved reporters. And, yet, somehow, the whole thing didn’t really blow me away. I mean, I do have a weak spot for the genre and I really loved ‘All the President's Men’ which was obviously an inspiration for this movie but, in this case, even though it was an interesting story, it never really grabbed me. That’s the tricky thing with such thrillers, right from the beginning, you actually know how it will end so the makers have to manage to find some other way to entertain or grab the interest of the viewers. In this case, since they took such a realistic approach, nothing really surprising or spectacular happens ever during this movie. Still, to conclude, even though it didn’t completely win me over, it was still a solid feature and it is definitely worth a look, especially if you like the genre. 



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An average movie

Posted : 2 days, 13 hours ago on 27 May 2016 07:54 (A review of A Million Ways to Die in the West)

Even though this movie was a commercial and critical flop, since I really loved ‘Ted’,  I still wanted to check it out. Unfortunately, I’m afraid the whole thing really deserved its poor reputation as it turned out to be rather underwhelming. On a paper, it did sound promising to have Seth MacFarlane working on a Western this time but I just didn’t really work, I’m afraid. For some reason, they decided to mix this Western setting with a typical romantic-comedy plot which was odd but not necessarily a bad idea. Basically, it started to go south as soon as the main character started to speak with some modern English and it then strongly reminded me of ‘Your Highness’ and even though the end-result was not as lame as  for ‘Your Highness’, it was not much better, I’m afraid. Furthermore, most of the jokes were rather pathetic and you should know you’re in trouble when half of your jokes are about farting (which was obviously a nod to ‘Blazing Saddles’, the most famous Western comedy ever made). I did like the idea that there was nothing actually really cool about the Frontier, that it was a terrible time and place to live but this concept was rather poorly developed. To conclude, I was seriously disappointed by the whole thing and I don’t think it is really worth a look. 



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A good movie

Posted : 3 days, 12 hours ago on 26 May 2016 08:29 (A review of L' Ennui)

Basically, it is another really obscure French feature and I seriously wonder how I actually ended up watching the damned thing. My best guess is that it was on TV and since it sounded intriguing, I thought I might as well check it out. Anyway, eventually, even though it was nothing really groundbreaking, there was still something quite mesmerizing about this movie.  First of all, I thought Sophie Guillemin was just really gorgeous, perfect for this part, and I really understood that the main character would fall for her and even obsess about her. Concerning Guillemin , eventually, she would play a similar but smaller role 2 years later in ‘Harry, un ami qui vous veut du bien’ but she would then pretty much vanish which is really too bad since she really had some potential. Concerning Charles Berling, I always had a weak spot for this actor who has always been rather underrated in my opinion and he was also pretty much pitch-perfect here. Eventually, it is rather tricky to really care about a movie literally called ‘The Boredom’ but I thought  it was actually pretty neat. To conclude, even though it was nothing really amazing, it was still a decent mix between thriller and drama and I think it is worth a look, especially if you are interested in French movies. 



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A good movie

Posted : 4 days, 8 hours ago on 25 May 2016 01:00 (A review of The End of Violence)

To be honest, it has been a while since I have seen this flick and maybe I should re-watch it at some point. In fact, if I recall it correctly, I actually saw the damned thing in the movie theater when it was released. Indeed, back in those days, after I saw ‘Paris, Texas’, I became a huge fan of this director and I went to see a couple of his movies in the movie theater. Anyway, like most of the movies released by this director in the last 20 years (except for his documentaries), it was really poorly received but I thought it was actually pretty good. In the very same year, Bill Pullman would show up in another thriller, ‘Lost Highway’ directed David Lynch, and even though this one was also seriously obscure and difficult to follow, I thought it worked slightly better, at least, as far as I’m concerned. I don’t know, I thought there was something quite fascinating already about the title and even though the story was seriously murky, I thought it was fairly entertaining. Anyway, to conclude, even though it was definitely not a masterpiece, I thought it was a decent watch and I think it is worth a look, especially if you are interested in Wim Wenders’s work. 



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A good movie

Posted : 4 days, 11 hours ago on 25 May 2016 09:18 (A review of The Shipping News)

I wasn’t really sure what to expect from this flick but since I always had a weak spot for Lasse Hallstrom’s work, I was quite eager to check it out. On top of that, there was a top cast involved (Kevin Spacey, Julianne Moore, Judi Dench, Cate Blanchett, Pete Postlethwaite, Scott Glenn, Rhys Ifans) so it really sounded promising. This movie followed up ‘Chocolat’ which was a critical success but, to be honest, I always had a hard time to care for this movie and I actually preferred this flick which didn’t get much love when it was released. I mean, I have to admit it, the story was either too far-fetched or too dull to become really amazing but, this tale  was not bad at all and, in contrary to ‘Chocolat’, the tone was much more consistent in my opinion. Furthermore, it was shot on location in Newfoundland, it looked pretty neat and, even though the story was not really strong, the characters were still interesting thanks to the fine actors involved.  To conclude, in spite of its flaws and even though it was nothing really amazing, I thought it was still a decent watch and I think it is worth a look, especially if you are interested in Lasse Hallstroms work.



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A good movie

Posted : 5 days, 11 hours ago on 24 May 2016 09:42 (A review of The French Lieutenant's Woman)

To be honest, I had no idea what this movie was about so I wasn’t really sure what to expect from the damned thing but since I’m a huge fan of Meryl Streep, I was quite eager to check it out. What makes this movie interesting is that it mixes 2 dramas, a modern one and a period piece, involving somehow the same people but not exactly the same characters. I know, it sounds rather confusing but, if you watch the damned thing, it will definitely make sense. So, the set-up was quite interesting and Meryl Streep and Jeremy Irons (in his first leading part) were both really good here. Eventually, I’m afraid that this gimmick (which actually didn’t exist in the original novel, it was added to provide some kind of substitute to the 3 alternate endings provided by the book) while it was interesting, it still remain a gimmick with its limitations. Still, the whole thing definitely had some meta quality and it is one of the many really strong performances delivered by Streep in the 80’s. To conclude, even though it was maybe not a masterpiece, it was still a very original drama and it is definitely worth a look, especially if you are interested in Meryl Streep’s work. 



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A good movie

Posted : 6 days, 8 hours ago on 23 May 2016 12:17 (A review of The Hours)

Following the really popular but also rather generic ‘Billy Elliot’, Stephen Daldry came up with this follow-up which was much more ambitious and it turned out to be another critical success. Since it sounded really interesting, I was really eager to check it out and it was definitely a high priority for me. Well, to be honest, even though it was definitely a decent watch, I have to admit it, I actually had a hard time to care about this story. I mean, the directing was solid and there was definitely a stellar cast involved (Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore, Meryl Streep, John C. Reilly, Toni Collette, Ed Harris, Claire Danes, Jeff Daniels). Especially for Kidman, this movie was basically the highlight of her career and she was even awarded the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role (while the movie itself was nominated for 8 other awards, it failed to win anything else though). On the other hand, it has been a while since I have seen this movie and I should definitely give it a 2nd chance at some point. To conclude, even though it didn’t really blow me away, it was still a pretty good drama and it is definitely worth a look, especially if you like the genre. 



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johanlefourbe posted a review of Chocolat

A good movie

“I have noticed that several Filmclub members turned out to be slightly disappointing by this movie but, to be honest, I didn't have such expectations and I thought it turned out to be a decent watch. Above all, Omar Sy, probably one of the most famous French actors at work nowadays, was just really ” read more

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johanlefourbe posted a review of Wadjda

A good movie

“I had seriously no idea what to expect from this movie and the main reason why I wanted to watch it was because it was included in the '1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die' list. Eventually, it was a really interesting feature. Indeed, it is always pretty neat to discover a new land and a new cu” read more

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johanlefourbe posted a review of September 11

A good movie

“In fact, I saw this movie in the movie theater when it was released. To be honest, I wonder how I actually ended up watching the damned thing but I guess it was because there were several directors I admired that were involved (Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Ken Loach, Mira Nair, Sean Penn). On top of tha” read more

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johanlefourbe posted a review of Spotlight

A good movie

“To conclude, this movie was not really on my radar for a long time but since it won the Best Picture Academy Award, I was quite eager to check out the damned thing. Well, eventually, I thought it was a pretty good story, with some solid directing and a very strong cast (Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo,” read more

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Spotlight
Notes: Eventually, I thought it was a pretty good story, with some solid directing and a very strong cast (Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schreiber, Stanley Tucci, Billy Crudup). The realistic approach worked fine as well and it was really neat that they didn’t add any sub-plots about the romantic or family lives of the involved reporters. And, yet, somehow, the whole thing didn’t really blow me away. I mean, I do have a weak spot for the genre and I really loved ‘All the President's Men’ which was obviously an inspiration for this movie but, in this case, even though it was an interesting story, it never really grabbed me. That’s the tricky thing with such thrillers, right from the beginning, you actually know how it will end so the makers have to manage to find some other way to entertain or grab the interest of the viewers. In this case, since they took such a realistic approach, nothing really surprising or spectacular happens ever during this movie. I still enjoyed the damned thing though.
2 days, 11 hours ago

An average movie

“Even though this movie was a commercial and critical flop, since I really loved ‘Ted’,  I still wanted to check it out. Unfortunately, I’m afraid the whole thing really deserved its poor reputation as it turned out to be rather underwhelming. On a paper, it did sound promising to have Seth Ma” read more

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A Million Ways to Die in the West
Notes: On a paper, it did sound promising to have Seth MacFarlane working on a Western this time but I just didn’t really work, I’m afraid. For some reason, they decided to mix this Western setting with a typical romantic-comedy plot which was odd but not necessarily a bad idea. Basically, it started to go south as soon as the main character started to speak with some modern English and it then strongly reminded me of ‘Your Highness’ and even though the end-result was not as lame as for ‘Your Highness’, it was not much better, I’m afraid. Furthermore, most of the jokes were rather pathetic and you should know you’re in trouble when half of your jokes are about farting (which was obviously a nod to ‘Blazing Saddles’, the most famous Western comedy ever made). I did like the idea that there was nothing actually really cool about the Frontier, that it was a terrible time and place to live but this concept was rather poorly developed.
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johanlefourbe posted a review of L' Ennui

A good movie

“Basically, it is another really obscure French feature and I seriously wonder how I actually ended up watching the damned thing. My best guess is that it was on TV and since it sounded intriguing, I thought I might as well check it out. Anyway, eventually, even though it was nothing really groundbre” read more

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Notes: Even though this movie is nowadays pretty much forgotten, I remembered very well when it was released in France. Indeed, in my my home country, it was a massive critical success (it even won the César of the Best French Film of the year) and there was a huge hype around the whole thing. For André Téchiné, it was again another critical hit following the already heralded ‘Ma saison préférée’ and ‘J'embrasse pas’ but, above all, it was the introduction of a new generation of talented French actors (Élodie Bouchez, Gaël Morel, Stéphane Rideau). To be honest, I didn’t see it right away at the time because it sounded too good to be true and I’m always annoyed when everybody seem to think that one single movie is supposedly that great. Eventually, I got really curious, I had to watch the damned thing and, eventually, I have to admit that it did deserve its stellar reputation. Indeed, Téchiné managed to create a very nice mood and those characters were really 3 dimensional and felt quite genuine.
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A good movie

“To be honest, it has been a while since I have seen this flick and maybe I should re-watch it at some point. In fact, if I recall it correctly, I actually saw the damned thing in the movie theater when it was released. Indeed, back in those days, after I saw ‘Paris, Texas’, I became a huge fan o” read more

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Chocolat
chosen by Eric Notes: Omar Sy, probably one of the most famous French actors at work nowadays, was just really charismatic and very often really funny. Indeed, he was just perfect to play this part and, without him, I'm not sure it would have actually worked. Basically, even though it was an intrigued story with some great potential, it turned out to be a decent biopic but nothing really mind-blowing, I'm afraid. The first problem is that the whole thing was just so rather pedestrian and predictable. Then, the other problem is that they kept adding some elements to the story without properly developing them. It was above all obvious with his partner Footit. Indeed, during the whole thing, they never really make up their mind if the guy was actually his friend or if he was just exploiting him. At some point, already half way through, Chocolat himself even asks him what the hell does he do with his money and his free time. Eventually, we get to see a random scene in a gay bar which had nothing to do with what happened before or after. Anyway, in spite of its flaws, thanks to Omar Sy, I still think it was a decent watch after all. (May 2016)
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johanlefourbe posted a review of The Shipping News

A good movie

“I wasn’t really sure what to expect from this flick but since I always had a weak spot for Lasse Hallstrom’s work, I was quite eager to check it out. On top of that, there was a top cast involved (Kevin Spacey, Julianne Moore, Judi Dench, Cate Blanchett, Pete Postlethwaite, Scott Glenn, Rhys Ifa” read more

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A good movie

“To be honest, I had no idea what this movie was about so I wasn’t really sure what to expect from the damned thing but since I’m a huge fan of Meryl Streep, I was quite eager to check it out. What makes this movie interesting is that it mixes 2 dramas, a modern one and a period piece, involving ” read more

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Posted: 3 weeks ago at May 8 2:07
I only saw The Exorcist once, back when it got re-released to theatres for whichever anniversary that was, and I too found it overrated. As many votes as it's racking up I'll find out very soon whether I still feel the same.

Hope all is well with you, my friend. :)
Posted: 4 weeks, 1 day ago at Apr 30 9:04
Yeah) Was glad to help with your new top 100 list.
Posted: 3 months, 2 weeks ago at Feb 11 9:35
thanks for letting me know, friend :)
Posted: 4 months ago at Jan 27 0:21
USA or South Korea
Posted: 1 year, 4 months ago at Jan 24 17:57
i voted your list of 100 movies i will add my 10 movies later i have to choose the best :)
Posted: 1 year, 4 months ago at Jan 1 11:14
Happy New Year! Are you going to open Listal's 100 Films To See Before You Die (2015)?
Posted: 1 year, 5 months ago at Dec 31 13:52
Just wanted to wish you a great and amazing start of a new year, and thank you for all the support all through this year, keep being awesome ;D!!
Posted: 1 year, 5 months ago at Dec 22 9:20
Posted: 1 year, 6 months ago at Nov 22 17:07
Congratulations on 4000 reviews
Posted: 1 year, 7 months ago at Oct 19 19:28
Hello Johan. I need some help with my poll 'Listal's 100 Films To Die Before You See'. It's doing really badly, can you ask your friends to enter please? Thanks!
Posted: 1 year, 9 months ago at Sep 2 5:11
Ah, that makes more sense. I was thinking to myself, there's no way Johan hasn't seen a movie that renowned :)

You also did it with 'Signs' lol. I swear I'm not stalking you! :)
Posted: 1 year, 9 months ago at Sep 2 0:57
Did you just recently get around to 'Fight Club'? If so, I'm glad you did!

I remember you'd seen it before, but under your movies most recently watched, it shows you just saw it.

Either way, excellent film!
Posted: 1 year, 9 months ago at Aug 14 9:52
You're welcome, Johan. You make an excellent job with these poll lists! :)
Posted: 1 year, 9 months ago at Aug 12 19:22
Hey there Johan. Thanks for the heads up about your 2014 movie list. It was a real challenge to narrow it down to just 10! Good luck with the poll =).
Posted: 1 year, 10 months ago at Jul 30 9:25
I see your list 'Listal's 100 Films To See Before You Die (2014)' is still missing a lot of votes. You should post a thread asking for people to vote.
Posted: 1 year, 10 months ago at Jul 21 18:23
I should be thanking you. It's been year after year, and you continue providing this great annual list. Keep it up (;
Posted: 2 years, 1 month ago at Apr 19 11:08
What happened to your 'Leon: The Professional' review?
Posted: 2 years, 2 months ago at Mar 8 21:29
How's your list 'Listal's 100 Films To See Before You Die (2014)' going?
Posted: 2 years, 5 months ago at Dec 25 23:44
For being a great friend and providing great content, I thank you and wish you a...
Posted: 2 years, 7 months ago at Oct 2 21:06
Yay me! haha. Here's the question answers:

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