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A good movie

Posted : 12 minutes, 34 seconds ago on 23 February 2024 11:24 (A review of Street Scene)

It seemed to be a rather obscure picture so I wasn’t really sure what to expect from it but, since it was directed by King Vidor, I thought I might as well check it out. Recently, I have been watching some older movies from the 30’s and 40’s and, back then, the screwball comedies were really popular but, to be honest, I always struggle with this genre. Indeed, most of these movies are just too silly for my taste. Well, this movie was something else and, only therefore, I gave it some extra points. Sure, it was maybe not really ground-breaking and it was pretty obvious that it was adapted from a play but I did like this idea of focusing on the stoop of some average building in Manhattan for about 24 hrs. Indeed, they gave us this way such a convincing and compelling portrayal of the diverse people living in New York with all their different backgrounds, cultures, religions and even prejudices. It also displayed one of the most basic murders I have ever seen but it was actually quite refreshing. Indeed, Hollywood movies, especially thrillers, can be so far-fetched but, in fact, in many cases, women are killed by their jealous husband as it was depicted in this movie. Eventually, in my opinion, the only thing that prevented this movie to become even better was that the acting was most of the time borderline average. It’s too bad because most of the characters felt genuine and were interesting enough and the writing was actually quite solid. At least, it was pretty neat to see once again the lovely Sylvia Sidney, even if I have to admit that I wasn’t really sure if she was actually really better than the rest of the cast. Anyway, to conclude, in spite of its flaws, it turned out to be a really intriguing movie and I think it is definitely worth a look, especially if you want to watch something slightly different. 



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An average movie

Posted : 23 hours, 18 minutes ago on 22 February 2024 12:18 (A review of Crisis)

I wasn’t really sure what to expect from this flick but since there was a decent cast involved, I thought I might as well check it out. Well, even though the material was actually really interesting, I’m afraid that the end-result turned out to be some kind of 3rd rate copycat of ‘Traffic’. To be honest, I don’t think that Steven Soderbergh’s classic did grow old very well but there is no doubt that it was pretty much a masterpiece compared to this flick. Basically, it was dealing with the opioid scandal, a very topical subject, and I think that each of these 3 entangled tales could have actually worked on their own. However, it seems that combining them turned out to be a mistake since all of these 3 stories were terribly half-baked after all. Concerning the cast, except for Gary Oldman, there were all some B stars at best (Armie Hammer, Evangeline Lilly, Greg Kinnear, Michelle Rodriguez, Luke Evans, Lily-Rose Depp, Kid Cudi, Mia Kirshner) and, to make things worse, they were all weak here. Even Oldman, I know the guy has an impressive reputation and, indeed, he can be pretty awesome, but I also believe that he spent at least half of his career getting involved in such rather worthless productions. The fact that he delivered here a rather poor performance probably didn’t help either. Eventually, it will be mostly remembered as being one of the last movies starring Armie Hammer before he was hit by a sex scandal but, to be honest, I don’t think we will really miss him. Indeed, even though I could imagine a gritty actor playing a really unhinged undercover cop, Hammer was constantly underwhelming and unconvincing here. Anyway, to conclude, even though I actually think it did have some potential, the damned thing turned out to be rather lame and I don’t think it is really worth a look. 



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A good movie

Posted : 2 days, 1 hour ago on 21 February 2024 09:50 (A review of Jackass 3)

I remember it very well, back in 2000, ‘Jackass’ was at the time a big hit on MTV but, to be honest, it seemed to be so stupid so I pretty much boycotted the damned thing back then. Eventually, it took me more than 20 years to finally watch these movies and you might wonder why I changed my mind. Well, the main reason why was because, back in 2022, ‘Jackass Forever’ was actually hailed as one of the best movies of the year by Indiewire, no less than that. This surprising critical praise really intrigued me and I thought I might as well check this franchise after all. Well, after all these years, I have to admit that I actually enjoyed the damned thing and this sequel worked as well. It’s too bad the intro is getting less and less impressive with each installment (seriously, I saw the movie yesterday and I already forgot how they started the damned thing) but I guess they will never manage to top the insane race with a giant shopping cart displayed in the first movie. On the other hand, the conclusion was once again really cool though. In general, they used a lot of slow motion this time around but the effect didn’t feel overused and it worked every time. I also did appreciate the fact that they didn’t shoot anything abroad because I always thought that it was rather cringe-inducing to see them trying to offend people when they had no idea about their culture. Concerning the rest of the movie, there was no skit that really popped out but it was because everything actually worked fairly well. It probably also had to do with the fact that it was already the 3rd movie I have seen with these guys in a rather short time so I guess I’m getting used to their shenanigans. Anyway, to conclude, even if it was nothing ground-breaking, I have to admit that I enjoyed the damned thing and I think it is worth a look but probably only if you really like the genre. 



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A good movie

Posted : 3 days, 3 hours ago on 20 February 2024 08:18 (A review of The Pilgrim)

By now, I have seen all the full-length features directed by Charles Chaplin but it had been a while since I saw one of his shorts. In fact, with almost 50 mins of running time, I'm not sure if it should be really considered as a short. Anyway, probably because of the slightly longer running time, they had to come up with a plot which was refreshing. Sure, it was basically still a succession of sketches, sight-gags and other stunts but the end-result was less random and chaotic than usual. It was also interesting that Charles Chaplin played his tramp differently than usual here. Indeed, he was this time a convict, obviously a thief, who was drinking and smoking. Sure, he was still not a full-blown villain or a real thug but I think there was still a big difference with his classic naïve tramp with a heart of gold. So, it was some solid material and Chaplin was really strong as usual and, yet, somehow the damned thing didn't really grab me though. Maybe I watched too many of these short silent comedies recently. Anyway, to conclude, even if it might not be one of his best movies, it was still pretty good and it is definitely worth a look, especially if you are interested in Charles Chaplin's work. 


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An average movie

Posted : 4 days, 1 hour ago on 19 February 2024 10:18 (A review of A Hundred and One Nights of Simon Cinema)

It's a movie I wanted to watch for almost 30 years so I was quite glad to finally watch it. Well, I wish I could say it was worth the wait but it was definitely not the case, I'm afraid... To be honest, I have to admit that the conditions during which I watched this movie were far from being ideal though. Indeed, there was a lot of noise and too many people walking around so I might give it a 2nd chance at some point. Anyway, I was still able to see that the damned thing didn't really work though. I mean, the concept was really neat and I really loved the idea of Agnés Varda making a movie celebrating the 100 years of Cinema history. It's too bad that her approach turned out to be so lame. I mean, 100 years for an Art form is actually not that much at all and, yet, she decided to show it as a pathetic senile old man which was just so annoying. At least, if you are a movie buff, there are so many endless movie references coming through but I can't imagine what young people with no deep knowledge about movies might think of it. Another thing which was rather frustrating was how completely French centric the whole thing was. Indeed, sure, there were a handful of international actors such as Robert De Niro and Marcello Mastroianni but the vast majority of the actors were French. As a result, it gave a very reductive view on the Motion Picture history. Concerning Julie Gayet, she was a very promising actress and she was indeed terribly charismatic back then but her character felt terribly flat here though. Anyway, to conclude, I'm not surprised that pretty much no one saw this movie when it was released but I still think it is worth a look though, especially if you are interested in Agnés Varda's work. 


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A very good movie

Posted : 4 days, 18 hours ago on 18 February 2024 05:21 (A review of The Zone of Interest)

Since I kept hearing some really good things, I was really eager to check it out. When I heard that my filmclub would see it, I was quite disappointed because I was on holiday in France. Well, somehow, I managed to convince my mother in France to see it together so I still managed to watch the damned thing after all. Fortunately, it was definitely worth it out though. Indeed, I have watched all the previous movies from Jonathan Glazer but it was easily the best one he has made so far. Basically, it gave such a fascinating and chilling glimpse on the normalization of extreme discrimination. At the end of the day, if you keep hearing such ideas and seeing such behaviour, it will seem normal to most people and I think that's what was perfectly displayed in this movie. On top of that, Glazer and the cast did an incredible job to make sure that this is typical Nazi family was displayed as the most average family you could imagine. Indeed, they were kind to each other, they just wanted to enjoy life like any normal human-being, the fact that they lived next to the closest place to look like Hell on Earth was just an afterthought for them. The fact that, 80 years later, there is such a frightening rise of extreme-right politics all over Europe made the damned thing even more topical. On one hand, we are condemning such past events but, on the other hand, we are obsessed by our own comfort closing our eyes regarding how we treat foreigners, immigrants and refugees. Seriously, many people might argue that both situations are not the same but I think that they are actually extremely similar. Anyway, to conclude, the damned thing was hard to watch but also quite spellbinding to behold and I think it is definitely worth a look.


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An average movie

Posted : 1 week ago on 16 February 2024 10:13 (A review of Huisvrouwen bestaan niet)

I wasn’t expecting much from this flick but my girlfriend was eager to check it out so I thought we might as well check it out together. Well, it turned out to be one of these typical Dutch romantic-comedies and, to be honest, I'm not a huge fan of the genre. At least, I have to admit that it wasn’t the worst of the bunch but it was still nothing really remarkable. Concerning the cast, even though I have heard about Eva van de Wijdeven, it was nice to finally see her in action as she is really charismatic and it would be really neat to see her in a more interesting project. Concerning Jelka van Houten, I have to admit that she can be pretty funny but, to be honest, she does feel like a cheaper and less charismatic version of her famous sister Carice. Concerning the rest of the cast, there were some decent actors involved but they were all stuck playing some really poorly developed characters. Coming back on the movie itself, not only the concept (what was the concept actually?) was barely entertaining, they developed some rather dubious ideas. For example, the sister and the mother of Gijsje kept telling her that there was nothing wrong about the fact that she cheated on her boyfriend and it should all be fine as long as he didn't find out the truth. By the way, this turn of events came seriously out of nowhere. I mean, sure, it was pretty obvious that Gijsje needed to chill but having sex with a co-worker was a huge stretch though. The way the two sisters were apparently flirting with some other men was definitely awkward and it is definitely something I don't really enjoy in such average romantic-comedies. Anyway, to conclude, I really didn’t care much about the damned thing and I don't think it is really worth a look, except maybe if you really like the genre. 


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A bad movie

Posted : 1 week, 1 day ago on 15 February 2024 11:20 (A review of Love, Weddings & Other Disasters)

To be honest, I wasn’t sure what to expect from this flick but, since there was a decent cast involved, I thought I might as well check it out. Well, the damned thing turned out to be so much worse though. I have to admit that it was only afterwards that I realized that this movie was actually directed by Dennis Dugan, a guy who has spent most of his directing career delivering some dreadful movies starring Adam Sandler. Well, even if it wasn’t his worst movie (pretty much nothing can be worst than ‘Jack and Jill’), it wasn’t far from it though. Basically, it was dealing with a whole bunch of romances intertwined with each other. Sure, there is actually nothing wrong with such a generic concept except that, in this case, everything single of one of these little romantic tales turned out to be so half-baked, rather pathetic but, above all, not entertaining whatsoever. Seriously, even though I have to admit that Maggie Grace was actually quite charming in spite of the rather abysmal material, pretty much nothing worked with this movie though. Concerning the cast, I have become unfortunately used to see Diane Keaton showing up in such lame romantic-comedies recently but this movie was probably the worst of the bunch. To make things worse, she was really weak playing some blind woman but I have to admit that she wasn’t helped by the fact that none of the characters involved in this movie was properly developed whatsoever. On the other hand, I was much more surprised to see Jeremy Irons ending up here. Indeed, even if Irons might not have a perfect track record, he always managed to stay away from such drivel, at least, until now. Anyway, to conclude, the damned thing was just so lame and even if you have weak spot for the genre like I do, you should definitely avoid it.



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An average movie

Posted : 1 week, 2 days ago on 14 February 2024 09:25 (A review of En corps)

To be honest, I wasn’t really sure what to expect from this flick but, since it was directed by Cédric Klapisch, I was quite eager to check it out. I don’t think that Klapisch is well known outside of France but I have been following his career from the very beginning with ‘Le péril jeune’ and I always had a weak spot for his work. Well, this movie was another interesting addition to an already solid filmography. Above all, as long as they simply hung out with these dancers and forgot the plot, it was actually quite fascinating to behold and the dancing scenes were very often spellbinding to behold. Unfortunately, it’s too bad the damned thing turned out to be narratively speaking rather weak after all. What bothered me the most was probably the fact that the main character met a famous choreographer earlier in the movie but then, somehow, she bumped into his dance company in the middle of nowhere in France at this artist residency which was rather ridiculous. I mean, by skipping their first encounter and having her meeting him for the first time in Brittany would have worked so much better. There were also a whole bunch of half-baked and rather unnecessary sub-plots. The one involving her physical therapist falling in love with her was the least problematic. In fact, I have to admit that it was actually almost entertaining thanks to a solid performance by François Civil but it still felt rather useless though. Another thread involving her relationship with her father played by Denis Podalydès was however so generic and a waste of time. Finally, even though Mehdi Baki is a fantastic dancer, I don’t think they ever had a single conversation so it was rather difficult to root for their new romance. Furthermore, she had to be reborn and found some new connection with dancing, that was the whole point of this movie, and I don’t think that she had to also hook up with a new boyfriend and fix up her cold relationship with her father on top of that. Anyway, to conclude, in spite of its flaws, it was still a decent watch though and I think it is worth a look, especially if you are interested in this subject matter.



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An average movie

Posted : 1 week, 3 days ago on 13 February 2024 09:59 (A review of Aftermath)

To be honest, I wasn’t really sure what to expect from this flick but, since it was starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, I thought I might as well check it out. Well, even if it didn’t really work out, it was certainly intriguing to see Schwarzenegger playing in a drama for the very first time in his career. Sure, his performance was maybe not award worthy but it was still a really decent effort though. Eventually, I had more issues with the directing after all. Indeed, even thought the prospect of seeing the Austrian Oak going through such a traumatic experience was more than enough, they felt compelled to add a 2d point of view on this tragedy but I’m afraid this approach did backfire after all. Sure, I will have to admit that there was nothing wrong with the sad story of Jacob Bonanos and Scoot McNairy delivered, as usual, a solid performance. However, if both stories on their own definitely had some potential, combining them certainly deluded their impact. As a result, instead of going deeper into what was really going on with Arnold Schwarzenegger’s character because there was simply not enough time, they gave us too many scenes during which the guy seemed to be constipated. It was also weird how the guy at first wanted someone to apologize to him but, from there, actually decided to kill the air traffic controller who was involved. Of course, you could argue that it was what actually happened during the true story on which this movie was based on. The issue was that they spent too much time showing that Roman Melnyk as some middle-mannered man and too much time showing that Jacob Bonanos was probably the least responsible in this tragedy. As a result, this ending felt rather bewildering since it didn’t match at all how these 2 men were portrayed during the whole movie. Anyway, to conclude, in spite of its flaws, it turned out to be a decent watch and I think it is worth a look, especially if you want to see Arnold Schwarzenegger doing something completely different for once. 



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A good movie

“It seemed to be a rather obscure picture so I wasn’t really sure what to expect from it but, since it was directed by King Vidor, I thought I might as well check it out. Recently, I have been watching some older movies from the 30’s and 40’s and, back then, the screwball comedies were really p” read more

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Cast : Charles Chaplin What was it about? Disguised as a priest, an escaped convict makes his way to Texas. He ends up in a small rural town where the townsfolk mistake him for their new church minister. My two cents: With almost 50 mins of running time, I'm not sure if it should be really considered as a short. Anyway, probably because of the slightly longer running time, they had to come up with a plot which was refreshing. Sure, it was basically still a succession of sketches, sight-gags and other stunts but the end-result was less random and chaotic than usual. It was also interesting that Charles Chaplin played his tramp differently than usual here. Indeed, he was this time a convict, obviously a thief, who was drinking and smoking. Sure, he was still not a full-blown villain or a real thug but I think there was still a big difference with his classic naïve tramp with a heart of gold. So, it was some solid material and Chaplin was really strong as usual and, yet, somehow the damned thing didn't really grab me though. Maybe I watched too many of these short silent comedies recently. Anyway, even if it might not be one of his best movies, it was still pretty good. My rating: 07/10 Check the full review
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The Pilgrim
Notes: With almost 50 mins of running time, I'm not sure if it should be really considered as a short. Anyway, probably because of the slightly longer running time, they had to come up with a plot which was refreshing. Sure, it was basically still a succession of sketches, sight-gags and other stunts but the end-result was less random and chaotic than usual. It was also interesting that Charles Chaplin played his tramp differently than usual here. Indeed, he was this time a convict, obviously a thief, who was drinking and smoking. Sure, he was still not a full-blown villain or a real thug but I think there was still a big difference with his classic naïve tramp with a heart of gold. So, it was some solid material and Chaplin was really strong as usual and, yet, somehow the damned thing didn't really grab me though. Maybe I watched too many of these short silent comedies recently. Anyway, even if it might not be one of his best movies, it was still pretty good.
20 hours, 55 minutes ago
The Pilgrim
Notes: With almost 50 mins of running time, I'm not sure if it should be really considered as a short. Anyway, probably because of the slightly longer running time, they had to come up with a plot which was refreshing. Sure, it was basically still a succession of sketches, sight-gags and other stunts but the end-result was less random and chaotic than usual. It was also interesting that Charles Chaplin played his tramp differently than usual here. Indeed, he was this time a convict, obviously a thief, who was drinking and smoking. Sure, he was still not a full-blown villain or a real thug but I think there was still a big difference with his classic naïve tramp with a heart of gold. So, it was some solid material and Chaplin was really strong as usual and, yet, somehow the damned thing didn't really grab me though. Maybe I watched too many of these short silent comedies recently. Anyway, even if it might not be one of his best movies, it was still pretty good.
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An average movie

“I wasn’t really sure what to expect from this flick but since there was a decent cast involved, I thought I might as well check it out. Well, even though the material was actually really interesting, I’m afraid that the end-result turned out to be some kind of 3rd rate copycat of ‘Traffic’. ” read more

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A good movie

“I remember it very well, back in 2000, ‘Jackass’ was at the time a big hit on MTV but, to be honest, it seemed to be so stupid so I pretty much boycotted the damned thing back then. Eventually, it took me more than 20 years to finally watch these movies and you might wonder why I changed my mind” read more

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johanlefourbe posted a review of The Pilgrim

A good movie

“By now, I have seen all the full-length features directed by Charles Chaplin but it had been a while since I saw one of his shorts. In fact, with almost 50 mins of running time, I'm not sure if it should be really considered as a short. Anyway, probably because of the slightly longer running time, t” read more

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The Zone of Interest
Notes: When I heard that my filmclub would see it, I was quite disappointed because I was on holiday in France. Well, somehow, I managed to convince my mother in France to see it together so I still managed to watch the damned thing after all. Fortunately, it was definitely worth it out though. Indeed, I have watched all the previous movies from Jonathan Glazer but it was easily the best one he has made so far. Basically, it gave such a fascinating and chilling glimpse of the normalization of extreme discrimination. At the end of the day, if you keep hearing such ideas and seeing such behaviour, it will seem normal to most people and I think that's what was perfectly displayed in this movie. On top of that, Glazer and the cast did an incredible job to make sure that this is typical Nazi family was displayed as the most average family you could imagine. Indeed, they were kind to each other, they just wanted to enjoy life like any normal human-being, the fact that they lived next to the closest place to look like Hell on Earth was just an afterthought for them. The fact that, 80 years later, there is such a frightening rise of extreme-right politics all over Europe made the damned thing even more topical. On one hand, we are condemning such past events but, on the other hand, we are obsessed by our own comfort closing our eyes regarding how we treat foreigners, immigrants and refugees. Seriously, many people might argue that both situations are not the same but I think that they are actually extremely similar.
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The Zone of Interest
Notes: When I heard that my filmclub would see it, I was quite disappointed because I was on holiday in France. Well, somehow, I managed to convince my mother in France to see it together so I still managed to watch the damned thing after all. Fortunately, it was definitely worth it out though. Indeed, I have watched all the previous movies from Jonathan Glazer but it was easily the best one he has made so far. Basically, it gave such a fascinating and chilling glimpse of the normalization of extreme discrimination. At the end of the day, if you keep hearing such ideas and seeing such behaviour, it will seem normal to most people and I think that's what was perfectly displayed in this movie. On top of that, Glazer and the cast did an incredible job to make sure that this is typical Nazi family was displayed as the most average family you could imagine. Indeed, they were kind to each other, they just wanted to enjoy life like any normal human-being, the fact that they lived next to the closest place to look like Hell on Earth was just an afterthought for them. The fact that, 80 years later, there is such a frightening rise of extreme-right politics all over Europe made the damned thing even more topical. On one hand, we are condemning such past events but, on the other hand, we are obsessed by our own comfort closing our eyes regarding how we treat foreigners, immigrants and refugees. Seriously, many people might argue that both situations are not the same but I think that they are actually extremely similar.
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Acts of Violence

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An average movie

“It's a movie I wanted to watch for almost 30 years so I was quite glad to finally watch it. Well, I wish I could say it was worth the wait but it was definitely not the case, I'm afraid... To be honest, I have to admit that the conditions during which I watched this movie were far from being ideal t” read more

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A very good movie

“Since I kept hearing some really good things, I was really eager to check it out. When I heard that my filmclub would see it, I was quite disappointed because I was on holiday in France. Well, somehow, I managed to convince my mother in France to see it together so I still managed to watch the damne” read more

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Posted: 1 month, 3 weeks ago at Jan 1 4:25
Blessings and wishes for a Happy 2024!


Posted: 2 months ago at Dec 24 23:13
Christmas wishes and hope for a Happy and Healthy New Year!

Posted: 1 year, 1 month ago at Jan 12 15:39
Happy 2023!!!
Posted: 1 year, 10 months ago at Apr 17 6:11
Easter blessings to you and your family!

Posted: 1 year, 10 months ago at Apr 13 23:20
Posted: 2 years, 1 month ago at Dec 25 19:50
Thanks for help!

And Merry Christmas!
Posted: 2 years, 1 month ago at Dec 25 18:51
Posted: 2 years, 8 months ago at Jun 8 13:26
I need your help!

I'm making this list - www.listal.com/list/tomorrow-never-comes - with movies with a plot of reliving the same day over and over again. Could you please help me fill it if a movie comes in mind?
Posted: 2 years, 8 months ago at Jun 5 6:34
Like to echo comments from TrekMedic & Marek, great effort putting this together and its great to see what people vote for, even though strangely the No 1 & 2 positions are films I personally am not a fan of.
Posted: 2 years, 8 months ago at Jun 3 14:12
congrats Johan, awesome list result
Posted: 2 years, 9 months ago at May 26 11:04
you welcome, thanks to join my poll too
Posted: 2 years, 9 months ago at May 23 17:23
Hi johan
I'm voting the 10 movies of your list now,

would you like to join my new poll

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Posted: 2 years, 11 months ago at Mar 9 16:34
Haha yup you're right Johan. I knew it was a French director of course but for some reason I thought it was an American production, thank you, I'll get about correcting that error. And thanks for the vote too, always appreciated.
Posted: 3 years, 1 month ago at Jan 1 4:20
Happy New Year Johan. have a good time with your family. The movies you have seen and the reviews you have done are impressive.
Whenever I'm looking at a filmography, your opinion is always there haha. Thank you for contributing so much to Listal.com since 2010.
Posted: 3 years, 1 month ago at Dec 31 15:54


Hoping 2021 is a better year for all of us :)
Posted: 3 years, 2 months ago at Dec 25 4:03
Posted: 3 years, 2 months ago at Dec 23 20:32
Posted: 3 years, 6 months ago at Aug 25 20:36
Hi there!

I just read my comment section, I'm sometimes not that much online, I just noticed you did ask for my ten favourite films.
I'm sorry I didn't react sooner. I don't know if my vote still counts. My apologies. It's an awesome list, btw!
Posted: 4 years, 1 month ago at Jan 1 15:04

happy 20 new 20 year!!



Posted: 4 years, 1 month ago at Jan 1 1:00
Happy New Year, Johan!