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36 (aka Department 36) (Quai Des Orfevres): Subtitled/French: Hmv Exclusive £8.99 del @ HMV + Quidco

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excellent price for a new blu-ray next cheapest is £15.85 @ TheHut Acclaimed by critics as France's answer to HEAT, 36 stars two of the countries most accomplished actors. Leo and Denis are cops, e… Read More
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excellent price for a new blu-ray next cheapest is £15.85 @ TheHut

Acclaimed by critics as France's answer to HEAT, 36 stars two of the countries most accomplished actors. Leo and Denis are cops, each with a very different work ethic. Thrown together on a trying armed robbery case, the pair will embark on a journey that will force them to question whether they are any different from the criminals of whom they pursue.
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#2
excellent movie-great price-was released on 2nd november tho. voted hot
[mod]#3
barky
excellent movie-great price-was released on 2nd november tho. voted hot


hmm find-dvd stated rel 25th jan will change it :thumbsup:
#4
goonertillidie
hmm find-dvd stated rel 25th jan will change it :thumbsup:


so does amazon btw-I may be wrong here m8-hmv states 2nd november-in any case its an amazing price-I saw this film at a film festival in edinburgh-its very,very good.

edit-was exclusive to hmv for first coupla months of release so yes 25th january from any other supplier.
#5
fantastic movie, 100x better than heat. The sequel "mr73" is almost godfather good.
#6
Excellent movie, have watched it twice. There's bound to be loads of great 'world cinema' movies out there. Anyone give me a clue where to look for their reviews??
#7
perrioli
Excellent movie, have watched it twice. There's bound to be loads of great 'world cinema' movies out there. Anyone give me a clue where to look for their reviews??


A prophet
sophie scholl
black book
army of crime
mesrine

all excellent
#8
barky
A prophet
sophie scholl
black book
army of crime
mesrine

all excellent


+1

Went to the cinema twice in the last week to see the Prophet - it was that good! :w00t:

Saw Department 36 on the french season bbc 4 had on a while back, it was great as was the Beat that my heart skipped

The cornerhouse cinema in Manchester has an excellent foreign film festival every March thats well worth going to
#9
perrioli
Excellent movie, have watched it twice. There's bound to be loads of great 'world cinema' movies out there. Anyone give me a clue where to look for their reviews??


City of God
Amorres Perres
Sin Hombre
White ribbon
'le Diner de Con
The Edukators
Goodbye Lenin
Y tu mamá también
The Motorcycle Diaries
La mala educación
La science des rêves
13
Jean De Florette

All amazing films:thumbsup:
#10
World Cinema and other not to out there arthouse (classics included for those who have not seen them), not a bad movie in this list, all 100x better than the usual Hollywood fodder.

Black Book, fantastic dutch ww2 movie. 10/10
Les Valseuses (The Testicles) - my favorite french move 10/10 a bit risky.
Let The Right One In - 9/10
Hidden 8/10
The Lives Of Others - 10/10 destroyed me
Betty Blue 10/10 - stone cold classic
Jean De Florette & Manon Des Sources 11/10 yes thats right 11/10! you must have both to watch
The Horseman On The Roof 7/10 amazing to look at swashbuckling french period chick flick.
Three Colours Trilogy 8/10
The Orphanage 7/10 good scare and as a new father touched
Paris Texas 8/10
La Haine 9/10
Tell No-One 9/10
delecatessen 9/10
coty of lost children 8/10
elephant 9/10
my own private idaho 9/10
drugstore cowboy 10/10
nightwatch 8/10
Seven Samurai 10/10
Cinema Paradiso 10/10
Cyrano de Bergera 9/10
le grande blue 9/10
Manhattan 10/10

all top of the rung.
#11
motherfunk
World Cinema and other not to out there arthouse (classics included for those who have not seen them), not a bad movie in this list, all 100x better than the usual Hollywood fodder.

Black Book, fantastic dutch ww2 movie. 10/10
Les Valseuses (The Testicles) - my favorite french move 10/10 a bit risky.
Let The Right One In - 9/10
Hidden 8/10
The Lives Of Others - 10/10 destroyed me
Betty Blue 10/10 - stone cold classic
Jean De Florette & Manon Des Sources 11/10 yes thats right 11/10! you must have both to watch
The Horseman On The Roof 7/10 amazing to look at swashbuckling french period chick flick.
Three Colours Trilogy 8/10
The Orphanage 7/10 good scare and as a new father touched
Paris Texas 8/10
La Haine 9/10
Tell No-One 9/10
delecatessen 9/10
coty of lost children 8/10
elephant 9/10
my own private idaho 9/10
drugstore cowboy 10/10
nightwatch 8/10
Seven Samurai 10/10
Cinema Paradiso 10/10
Cyrano de Bergera 9/10
le grande blue 9/10
Manhattan 10/10

all top of the rung.


good list-"tell no one" is a great thriller-harlan coben is one of my favourite writers and he refused to sell out to hollywood and let them rewrite parts of his story so took far less money to have the story made true to his book in france. filmed and released as "ne le dis a personne"

the lives of others-depressing but brilliant.
#12
Thanks for that guys, I've seen a few of those but will check out the rest.
You should watch,
Flame and Citron - WW2 danish story of 2 hitmen assassinating nazis
Harry, he's here to help(or with a friend like harry) - cuckoo in the nest French thriller
Chaser- Korean serial killer movie-brill
Das Boot, you're bound to have seen that.
Malena- Monica Bellucci ;-)
L'appartement-(Monia Bellucci again, remade badly by Hollywood as Wicker Park
Others I want to see-
Just Another Love story
Yella
Anything for her (pour elle)
Requiem
Legacy
KM31
Say Yes
#13
love this film... thanks for this!
#14
Add to that list:

L'auberge Espagnole (aka "Pot Luck" in English)
Les Poupees Russes (Pot Luck 2)
#15
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly aka Le scaphandre et le papillon

One of the best films I've ever seen.
#16
Great film... and lovely on blu-ray! go get one
#17
the best thing about this film is Daniel Auteuil! watch any film with him in. "Hidden"/"Caché" is spellbinding! no wonder he is known as the French De Niro!!
#18
Why not posted in entertainment?
#19
Ne Le Dis A Personne (Tell No One)
Crimson Rivers (Les Rivieres Pourpres)

even Crimson Rivers 2, while being fluff, was totally enjoyable.

Empire of the Wolves was half decent too... Remember that the French in many ways are like the Japanese... they don't mind making far fetched fantasies that are implausible but entertaining.

Brotherhood of the Wolf (La Pacte des Loups) is another absolute classic with Daniel Auteuil.

Not sure which or how many of these are available on Blu Ray...

I've had some decent deals on Amazon.fr for French releases, some of which have English subtitles of late, including Crimson Rivers, 36 QDO, MR73...

If you're interested in DVD movies, though, then there are a wealth of them. La Haine is a grim drama, but sheer brilliance.

Taxi is an absolute must for me... comedy, action, Marion Cotillard in a compromising pose.
Taxi 2 was more of the same, and Taxi 3 and 4 were total fluff but if you enjoyed the prequels, you'll simply be entertained!

Also one of my all time favourites (available on French import BluRay I think) is Nid de Guepes (The Nest). Think 'Assault on Precinct 13' but good.

Also La Mentale (The Code) I thought was outstanding.

Delicatessen, Amelie, A Very Long Engagement all go without saying.

I love French cinema!
#20
Great film. And he drives around in an Alfa GT, which is always a good thing. Some other cracking films listed in this thread too - my favourites from those listed are "Tell No One" and "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly".
#21
Another fantastic French thriller is director Cedric Kahn's Feux Rouges (Red Lights) with Jean-Pierre Darroussin.

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