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Avant qu'on explose is a movie starring Étienne Galloy, Amadou Madani Tall, and William Monette. The Third World War is on the horizon. Despite attempts at nuclear deterrence, the threat of atomic bombings between North Korea and...

Rémi St-Michel
Amadou Madani Tall, Julianne Côté, William Monette, Étienne Galloy

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Genres Comedy
Director Rémi St-Michel
Writer Eric K. Boulianne
Stars Amadou Madani Tall, Julianne Côté, William Monette, Étienne Galloy
Country Canada
Also Known As Avant Qu'On Explose
Runtime 1 h 48 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 The Third World War is on the horizon. Despite attempts at nuclear deterrence, the threat of atomic bombings between North Korea and the United States is bringing the world's population back into a Cold War-like climate. In the small town of Baie-St-Paul (Quebec, Canada), Pier-Luc is afraid: afraid of dying, of course, but, above all, afraid of dying before he could make love for the first time. With his buddies, Hubert and Samuel, he goes through "the summer of last chances" and takes drastic measures in order to lose his virginity - Before we explode.

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Sunday, 24 May 2020 13:30

Featuring a performance from Yann (Karlos Cozarin) of the trifecta that formed the script. A happy man of wealth and leisure who has a New Year's Eve party in New York City with a large financial benefactor. "When the other party-goers leave, Olivier stumbles from the party, giddy and drunken. He is invited by an amiable young blonde, Violet (Claudia Weill), to stay at her family home. She promises to help him buy a property. The party becomes a bit of a mish-mash. Olivier is convinced he is at a wedding but finds out his fiancee has disappeared, the family has all but been removed from the premises, and the couple has been living in a weird, open-air apartment on the city's uptown side. Evidently, a happy, dream-come-true New Year's Eve celebration has been co-opted by a more sinister force. "Is the title obvious? "Um, yeah, it is," says Eric Beswick, the film's producer and director, to his wife in the final credits. He's smiling now. "There are four lines in the script that have been dropped," he adds, in typical post-mortem fashion. "But the story itself was written by two people, and we needed to keep it simple and a little stupid for posterity. So it doesn't have a title." For that reason, and because, as he himself explains, "the title is a pun", the story has to be seen to be believed. To say that it has been parodied might be a bit of an understatement, since no one has ever really tried to tell a story like this. The movie takes the structure of a campy evening on the living room couch, but features an unexpected twist. It's all the more impressive because Olivier and Violet have never met, and the movie concentrates on Olivier's pre-marital love affair with a woman he has never seen, a playgirl he is attracted to. "This is the story of a man with a wife who left him," says Beswick. "But he was never really a lonely man." At times, the movie seems to be directed at the media as well as the public. It could have been filmed in any city in the world, yet it is shot in London. It is set in Paris, which is inhabited by a plethora of characters who think they know the truth. Olivier himself is unaware that the reporter who is investigating him has the nerve to question him. The questionnaires are full of characters offering emotional responses to Olivier's predicament, and if the movie is meant to be a character study, it is a study in a character who thinks he knows the truth. When Olivier reveals to the reporter that he is the father of a murdered young woman, a series of events is all but guaranteed. This is the highest-grossing film in France, with an incredible gross of 8 million dollars. It's also one of the most highly paid films ever, with an estimated budget of 2 million euros. (The budget of Atencio, the film's British producer, was 4,500,000. It's budget in Belgium, by contrast, was 7,200,000.) This is the reason the film's trailers are so relentlessly upbeat. "The Emperor's New Clothes" comes at a time when a bunch of rich men are flaunting their money at the expense of the poor. In order to hide their lack of social standing, they pretend to be rich to others, and then become the unwitting posteriors of the deceit. "A hundred and fifty million dollars is a hundred and fifty million times a tenth of a million," says Vincent Cassel, director of the feature. "A thousand and fifty million dollars is a thousand and fifty million times a hundred million." "The Emperor's New Clothes" is one of those rare films that is too expensive to be bad. "That's where the money goes," says Beswick. "We had to take the word "really" out of "ridiculous" in the title. "In the end, the audience will see the movie as a romp through the world
Friday, 22 May 2020 04:33

Avant Qu'on explose was a wonderful, original and enjoyable film, I have seen on VHS years ago. I have now seen it again (and I'm glad I did), because it's finally been released on DVD and I feel it deserves to be seen once more. As a fan of the film I can't help but compare it to a lot of American films of the 70's and 80's: There's the quirky quirky movies (Eliza, Little Women, Mildred Pierce, The Naked Spur, etc.) a well-known bit part in some famous movies (Good Will Hunting, As Good As It Gets, The Sting, etc.) and a lot of that "same old-same old" stuff. But all of these are very different things. I have the most problems with the lite American comedies like Sleepless in Seattle, Breakfast at Tiffany's, The Wonder Years, The Breakfast Club, and Once Upon a Time in the West. All of these movies are all about the same thing: they're about the underdog and finding your true self, but with a twist. American comedies also are all about the shlock comedy. They do this by having little white-trash characters played by white-trash actors doing funny, shlocky comedy. These are usually very light-hearted comedies that are so funny they leave you laughing out loud at the movie, the joke, and the situation. I think the funniest movie I've ever seen about the underdog character is The Naked Spur. Well, I won't say anything about that movie. All I will say is that this film is a great choice for a family night movie. It's about a wife and her overweight daughter, who are living in an apartment that is downsized, and working a job as a receptionist. Her daughter is obsessed with cheese and sweets, and her husband is completely addicted to them. She finds out that the apartment is being remodeled, and she and her husband have to find a new place. The apartment where they live is located in a very small, insignificant town called Grantville, Louisiana. This small town has nothing to offer, except for the fish market, a hospital, a hospital in the center of town and the town's only library. They can't afford the new place, but they have all the places in town, except for the library and a few other places. They're going to have to come up with another place, but at what cost? These are some of the questions in this film. This is a film about the unluckiest of people. And it makes us laugh. Avant Qu'on explose also is a film that is worth seeing for a few reasons: it's well-directed, well-acted, and has a great message. I recommend this movie for a few reasons: The first reason is because it's a film that teaches you the difference between a really good film and a great film. The second reason is that it's a film that is truly original, that is funny, and that is also original. A film like this doesn't come along very often. It's a great movie. It's highly entertaining. You'll be on the edge of your seat. I highly recommend this movie, because it's an excellent movie.
Monday, 13 Apr 2020 10:55

Leo Buscaglia's documentary about "Swimming with Sharks" is best described as "a zany comedy". The initial part of the film focuses on the life of a jaded actor and his psychotic editor who meet for a one-on-one drama with his potential co-star, and then devolve into even crazier situations. The subject matter is heavy, but the style of the movie is funny, somewhat outlandishly funny. The actor playing the crazed editor takes it on a bit more seriously than most actors do, as he attempts to manipulate the actors and crew through his mind-numbing views of every scene. He's quite charming, especially the part where he tells himself "you don't want to die. When I was a kid, I wanted to die." The lead actor isn't too famous and therefore the role he takes on isn't that big. The actress playing the actress he never liked is rather good. He was told he was the perfect actress, but he was really a ham actor. He never got a break, but got a taste of success. It's pretty common in such movies, to have the hero stuttering. It's funny, because the entire film is like that. If you have seen the movie, you might also notice that "Swimming with Sharks" is similar to "Una nadie" with Italian comedian Dino Costa. In "Swimming with Sharks", Dino plays a jaded actor who has a loving relationship with his fiancee, and has great sex with her, but has a few problems with his psychiatrist. Some of his scenes are a bit nutty and not very funny, but there are a few funny moments. And another movie with a similar plot is "Los muertos difundecimientos". In that movie, a doctor has to interview a bunch of depressed people, and also finds out that the most common mental disease is homosexuality. The doctor ends up being the schizophrenic, but he's quite funny, if a bit too brooding. It is amazing how you could turn out this many un-gory, dirty and funny scenes. It's a comedy of excess. After you see the movie, you're probably wondering what exactly it is you saw. The pictures of what we see here are pretty cool. There's a lot of nudity. A lot of sex. And a lot of people on drugs. It's all very messy and messy. It is a bit schizophrenic, but some of the scenes are really funny. You have to see the movie in order to understand it.
Monday, 13 Apr 2020 10:17

The Lion King, an animated movie based on the famous animated children's book from 1991, has made a great deal of money during its box office run and from its huge nostalgia quotient. But it is not solely a commercial success. The story of A Sable, voiced by Jennifer Saunders and voiced by Alyson Stoner, is a moving and touching story about growing up and finding your self. It's a story of just how difficult it can be to find a place and be accepted by your own family, and how you have to decide who your friends are, and what you are going to do with them. It's a story of a young boy named Simba (voice of Jonathan Taylor Thomas) whose childhood friends are lions, who are going to be travelling to an island for a royal birthday party and have trouble making a place and acclimating to their new surroundings. Simba is the younger of two brothers and one sister who are getting a little more older. His mother and older sister, Mufasa, was the older of two sisters who never aged out of their youth. She lives in a cave with her grandfather. She has big, curly hair that has a natural look of its own and hasn't worn it since she was young. And she is very prideful and angry at the society who doesn't see her as she is and not just her own children. She owns a stall, and wants to go to the best bar in the city. She wants to be treated like any other human being and not just a little girly princess. When Mufasa is younger, she was younger and cared for her grandfather and made herself known to everyone. But when she grows older, she is comfortable in her own skin and nobody really notices or cares. She just has to live her life the way she likes, like any other human. Simba is angry. He is unhappy. He doesn't like his mother. He doesn't like his father. He just wants his Mommy. But Mufasa is more understanding and he has to let Simba know that he is okay with the fact that his Mom is gone. Mufasa even has a great job, making people smile and making others feel happy. He is happy to see his granddaughter, although she isn't a little princess, she is the best that can be born that is. When he is older and wiser, Simba realizes that he is not going to be a good person, so he decides to change his ways and become a better person. He and Mufasa live in a very happy, small, peaceful house with enough space to go outside and be just a little happier. He is more of a family man. But he isn't happy at home. He's miserable. He can't find someone to talk to about how he feels. Mufasa makes him feel better about himself by telling him about how he is the best that he can be, and he should be grateful. Mufasa understands that he is not a perfect person. He doesn't care about making things easy for him. He only cares about making sure that Simba can be just a little happier. He takes him to the best bar in the city and he tries to explain to him that this is his home, and they should go there together and have a good time. Simba knows that he has problems. He knows that he's not a perfect person, he is a bit careless with his mouth and doesn't care to study. But Mufasa doesn't notice any of that. He has a new love interest, a simple girl named Mulan (voiced by Jennifer Huls), who likes Simba and wants to make her own fairy tale in the forest. The two end up getting to know each other well. Mufasa and Simba get to know each other better and Simba begins to help Mufasa with a new friend, Kiara (voiced by Maria Conchita Alonso). They even have a fight and Mufasa helps him out. Mufasa, Simba and Kiara end up getting into the forest together and help Mufasa, his grandfather and the other lions to find a way to stay out of the city. And as

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