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L'empire de la perfection is a movie starring John McEnroe, Ivan Lendl, and Mathieu Amalric. A documentary set at the final of the 1984 French Open between John McEnroe and Ivan Lendl at a time when McEnroe was the world's...

Sport, Documentary
Julien Faraut
Mathieu Amalric, John McEnroe, Ivan Lendl

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Sport, Documentary
Director Julien Faraut
Stars Mathieu Amalric, John McEnroe, Ivan Lendl
Country France
Also Known As John McEnroe: O Domínio da Perfeição, John McEnroe: In The Realm Of Perfection, Džon Mekinro: U carstvu savršenstva, John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection, John McEnroe: tobulumo imperijoje, In the Realm of Perfection, John McEnroe - Mistrz doskonalosci, Buscando la perfección, John McEnroe - L'impero della perfezione
Runtime 1 h 35 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A documentary set at the final of the 1984 French Open between John McEnroe and Ivan Lendl at a time when McEnroe was the world's top-ranked player.

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Friday, 12 Jun 2020 15:51

Filmmaker Max Ophuls (George Clooney, The Ides of March) visits the homes of five Olympic athletes and their families in order to find out what their life is really like. All of them (except one) are either living in their homes or in the communities in which they live. Many of them have never really left the country and most of them have not left their country of origin. And even with these fascinating features of the subject matter, we must understand that these people have lived their entire lives in a foreign land, never knowing what it is like to live without your homeland. And it is quite interesting to find out that the five subjects have met each other since their youth and now in their later years are all still together. The topic is always interesting to me, but this film (and all of its 'diversity') comes at a price. There are lots of images and pieces that do not belong to the movie. Some of them (such as a much-touted family portrait) seem to be there just for the sake of inclusion. In fact, the film goes out of its way to emphasize some aspects of the subject matter, such as the importance of sports in their lives and their friendship. But when we get to the end, it is not really possible to see what the 'value' is. I'm not saying that the film is bad, but I am saying that the material that is on display is just not enough to tell a true story. But at the same time, I have to admit that the subject matter is fascinating and the people interviewed are amazing. I also must admit that the interviews are probably one of the most interesting aspects of the film. The interviews themselves are often hilarious. So the interviews and the subject matter are definitely worth watching. But this film does not do much with it. So, I am giving this film a score of 7 out of 10.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 02:36

The first thing to say about this movie is that it was made in 1978, when everyone was really afraid of the rise of the Atom Bomb. Today, the US is the only country that has managed to beat the Soviets in nuclear war, and it's still doing it. In 1978, the world was still an "invented" place, where you could fly a plane from Europe to New York, and from New York to London. People still had to take trains and buses to see the big city. The movie shows this fascinating period in history. The film is fairly short, but I enjoyed watching it. This is a very interesting documentary, showing what happened in the history of the nuclear age. I found it quite interesting, and the way it was made was fascinating. If you liked "Barry Lyndon" (the movie), you will like "The World Is Not Enough", and if you liked "Barry Lyndon", you will like "The World Is Not Enough". You may even enjoy both movies together, as I did. I liked the idea of showing that the world changed drastically, from the days of the atom bombs to the time of the last great American atom bombs. In that sense, the film is good. The interviewees and the footage are also very interesting. If you are interested in nuclear history, this movie is worth watching. It is also good to see the great Harold Becker, who was in charge of the US nuclear weapons program, and is shown here talking about his time in the government. He is very interested in history, and even brings out his knowledge of the process of making the atom bombs. You can find a lot more of him, and some other historians as well, on his website.
Monday, 08 Jun 2020 11:42

This is the only documentary I've seen on the French Connection, and it gives you the most complete look into the world of the notorious gangster, Jean Claude, after his death at the hands of the police. Jean Claude's mother, Erika, and his grandmother, Eva, are interviewed by an old friend of Jean Claude's named Claude, who was Jean Claude's servant at the time of his death. Erika and Claude make some great comparisons and reveal the depths of Jean Claude's sense of entitlement and lust for power. It's really fun to see how much Jean Claude enjoyed his fame, and how he reveled in the limelight. The film is very well done and you are entertained by the conversations between Claude and Erika, and also by Jean Claude's grandchildren, who talk to him about their grandfather. It's also great to see what the family thinks of Jean Claude and his violent and violent ways. It's also interesting to see what the people from the mob think of Jean Claude and his lifestyle. I don't think it's very accurate to compare Jean Claude to a real person, but it is interesting to see how they feel about him. I'd have to say the most amazing thing about this documentary is that Jean Claude is still around today. He was the legendary criminal that went to prison for his crimes and was able to rise again to the top of the criminal underworld. I highly recommend this documentary to anyone interested in the life of Jean Claude Seigner. It is very interesting to see how people can have such a strong sense of entitlement, even in a world that is filled with injustice and unfairness. I loved how it was presented, and how it just shows the whole world what Jean Claude was really like. I'd also recommend this documentary to anyone who has a sense of entertainment, like sports, movies, or music. I'd give this documentary an 8 out of 10.
Saturday, 09 May 2020 23:05

I had never heard of this film before today. I have to say I am surprised by the positive reviews that it has received. Not because I didn't think it was worthy of praise, but because of the experience that I had with it, from watching it last night. This documentary follows two different athletes who were trying to break through the deadweight barrier and make it to the Olympics, one male and one female. The two athletes are Bradley Cooper and Jessica Biel, the latter in the male category. In the first half of the documentary we see the male athlete as he trains for the marathon while the female athlete tries to break the deadweight barrier. The documentary also gives us some insight into the female athlete's life, and also some insight into the male athlete's life. The film does not try to be exhaustive of the sports related information it has, but it does try to give you the necessary information to be able to make an informed decision on the film. One thing that I really appreciated was that this film did not try to show us a plot that we all want to see, but instead showed us the athletes as they actually were, the way they lived, and how it affected them personally. The film did not pretend to be an objective portrayal of the athletes, but as the athletes themselves, I felt that they did an excellent job. The female athlete on the other hand did a much better job of giving us insight into how she was, as a person, and what it was like to live her life and actually perform in her sport. This was by far the best part of the film, and it showed us the reality of the female athlete's life. I think the second half of the film could have been much better, because it did not give us enough information about the male athlete's life. But overall, this was a good documentary. I would give this a solid 7/10.
Saturday, 11 Apr 2020 08:56

The recent release of "Airport 93" has re-ignited interest in this scandalous piece of aviation history. The movie follows the investigations that are carried out by an Air Marshal named Bruce Margot. During the course of the investigation, he is advised by the military intelligence who attempt to discredit the actual facts surrounding the events. The movie is divided into sections that are progressively revealed and the viewer is given more and more details as the investigation progresses. The movies starts out on the plane and follows the investigation of the passengers and crew members of Flight 93. These passengers and crew members are not questioned by the military intelligence. Instead, they are instead interrogated by Bruce Margot and his team of military intelligence officers. They are told that the passengers were very lucky not to have been killed and that their lives were saved by the action of the crew. The movie also shows Bruce Margot's daughter who is a female air stewardess on the same flight. The movie continues to show the true facts surrounding the events that happened on Flight 93 and is at times very disturbing. The movie concludes with a history lesson of the events that occurred on Flight 93. In conclusion, "Airport 93" is an excellent documentary that thoroughly covers the events of that fateful day and concludes with a history lesson that deals with the events that occurred on Flight 93. This movie will be of interest to anyone who is interested in the events of September 11th, 2001.

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