Mathieu Lemée

Mathieu Lemée

"Longtemps, j'ai rêvé debout sous les astres esseulés que mon oeil en celluloid puisse capter l'essence nectaresque du sublime: celle du "sensorialisme" septimu
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Don't now why everyone says this was a movie you have to watch twice, I loved it & understood it the first time around.

Inception a film by Christopher Nolan + MOVIES + Leonardo DiCaprio + Joseph Gordon-Levitt + Ellen Page + Tom Hardy + Ken Watanabe + cinema + Action + Adventure + Mystery

(1997) Dirigida por Roberto Benigni , galardonada con 3 Oscars , excelente pelicula.

Life is Beautiful (and so is this movie!) Roberto Benigni has become my favorite movie dad with his amazing portrayal of a father determined to guard his young son's heart as they are thrust into a concentration camp during the holocaust.

V FOR VENDETTA.  Director: James McTeigue.  Year: 2005.  Cast: Hugo Weaving, Natalie Portman and Rupert Graves

V FOR VENDETTA A shadowy freedom fighter known only as "V" uses terrorist tactics to fight against his totalitarian society. Upon rescuing a girl from the secret police, he also finds his best chance at having an ally.

The Intouchables.   If you haven't seen this French film, I urge you to!  Beautiful.

Les intouchables - Eric Toledano, Olivier Nakache One of the best comedy movies originating from France. The story is rather untypical for the genre. The main actors are Fraçois Cluzet and (François Cluzet) and his caretaker Omar Sy

Worth the price of admission every time. The world as illusion metaphor and handling thereof, along with the hero's journey and self-realization? They should have stopped there. The next two nothing but printing money and diluting the brand.

The Matrix a film by Andy Wachowski & Lana Wachowski + MOVIES + Keanu Reeves + Laurence Fishburne + Carrie-Anne Moss + Hugo Weaving + Gloria Foster + cinema + Action + Sci-Fi

BATMAN BEGINS.  Director: Christopher Nolan.  Year: 2005.  Cast: Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Liam Neeson, Katie Holmes, Morgan Freeman, Gary Oldman and Ken Watanabe

Batman Begins Directed by Christopher Nolan. Bruce Wayne loses his philanthropic parents to a senseless crime, and years later becomes the Batman to save the crime-ridden Gotham City on the verge of destruction by an ancient order.

The Favorite for the 2012 Academy Awards...haven't decided if it's my pick yet, but it is definitely worth watching.

The Artist (Michel Hazanavicius, a multi-Oscar winning French romantic comedy-drama film in the style of a black-and-white silent film, charting the personal and professional relationship of a silent movie actor and a young dancer. Find this at ART.