The Marx Brothers of the 00s.
Was filmed in my current neighborhood in Moscow (Podsosensky Lane, Lyalin Lane, Pokrovsky Boulevard).
Watch for free (Russian): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k03FTm4dics
Today It would be called a "costumed horror" (or just "Cloud Atlas").
All about Florida.
A b-comedy that can change your life.
A wonderful winter in Montreal.
Some positive things for @Tumblr, and the soundtrack from Russian indie band - @PompeyaMoscow.
All educated people left the cinema hall right after the second episode. Dirty but funny! Hilarious!
The 70's episode is one of the best examples of Blaxploitation Cinema that I've ever seen. Halle (or Pam?) and San Francisco - that's all I need to see.
The beautiful and meditative turkish neo-noir, starring Clark Gable.
The most beautiful film about black culture that I've ever seen. Ya know?
"– Fred Belair. – Laurence Alia. – Laurence who? – Alia. But... It's Laurence, anyways."
Microsoft's Skype on Apple laptops? This is the first day of Cinema!
What a wonderful Americana-themed horror from the legend! Thank you, Mr. Coppola. (turn on the lights)
It's always sunny in San Francisco.
The worst ending I've ever seen.
Charming dresses by Pierre Cardin on Jeanne Moreau.
"Breathe". Sky. American Apparel. Sigur Ros. Dreams. The movie of the year.
That's great, when you're already seen Méliès' films before watching "Hugo".
The Great Adventure.
A lynda.com stuff came out of the 60s.
Philippe is clearly not indifferent to such films as "Les choses de la vie" (the opening scene), "Contempt" and "Jules et Jim" (the closing scene).