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Ratings & Reviews

  1. FISCHER's rating of the film Parking

    Pour les inconditionnels du genre. Une oeuvre qui manque de force et de présence.

  2. Alex Khype's rating of the film Parking

    80's French camp extravaganza!

  3. Max Seqgar's rating of the film Parking

    The 80's dolled out a vast quantity of cheesy movies, but THIS one is really the Frommage Royale! And that take on the Xanadu-style slam against the wall hahah WOW!

  4. msmichel's rating of the film Parking

    Homage to Cocteau? More like a spit in the eye. Just awful 80's cheese fest that reimagines the Orpheus story set in the world of 80's French pop. Performances are just awful across the board amidst its terrible fashion, campy sets and surprisingly poor filmmaking. Worse of all has to be the songs written by Demy and Legrand that have to heard to be believed. Late period garbage.

  5. Buddy Love's rating of the film Parking

    You gotta be kidding me this is right up there with the most cheesiest movies of all time. Richard Simmons of fitness fame may of saved it if given the lead role after all he has the same wardrobe. His singing would of fit in perfectly with the soundtrack too.

  6. El Biffo's rating of the film Parking

    Yes, Michel Legrand's songs for this film are rather cheesy, as are the 1980's trappings, but at the heart and soul of this film is Jean Cocteau. And Jean Marais is perfect. Orpheus may die and be reborn over and over, but Cocteau will live forever!

  7. Weston Campbell's rating of the film Parking

    A catchy soundtrack could have saved this in the form of camp, but the songs are just awful and there's not enough else going on to make up for it.

  8. Noah Lethbridge's rating of the film Parking

    This was awesome. Orpheus as the French rock star from your high school textbook. Weird, hyper-colorful, and super-Queer. Demy's red dominates; Legrand's music is just present enough to support the whole thing without becoming overwhelmingly stupid. All the stupid here is good stupid. A silly movie in the best sense. Watch it the next time you find yourself on a triple date with Zach Morris and Blossom.

  9. kate dowdy's rating of the film Parking

    Nice little homage to Jean Cocteau and interesting take on the Orpheus story, but I doubt even having lived through the 80's can really prepare you for the new-wave, ultra-cheesy soft-rock soundtrack.