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Thoman-Crown-Affair-Tres-Bohemes-Review
The Thomas Crown Affair was one of the great movies of the summer season in 1999. Pierce Brosnan and Rene Russo star in the remake of the classic 1968 Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway movie. And if you loved the original you will love the remake even more. The best part is that it looks like it could...
12-Angry-Men-Tres-Bohemes
What happens when you put 12 angry men into a closed room and put them in charge of deciding the outcome of another man’s life? Eventually… you get 12 angry men. But first it’s important to understand who these 12 men are: DESCRIPTIONS OF JURORS FOREMAN A small, petty man who is impressed with the...
Review-of-Czech-Dream-by-Tres-Bohemes
Czech Dream asks some powerful questions. Can capitalism have a human face? Sure it can. Student filmmakers Vít Klusák and Filip Remunda had an idea. They invented the “Czech Dream”, a marketing campaign about the grand opening of a super mega (or hyper) market. They position themselves as businessmen and locate a public relations and...
I-am-Sam-Review-by-Tres-Bohemes
I am Sam is a beautiful film which really demonstrates whey Sean Penn is a star. Sam is an autistic and mentally retarded man who has the intelligence level of a 7 year old. He grew up in an institution after his mother died. He now lives as much of a regular life as he can,...
Che-The-Movie-Art
Ché Part I (The Criterion Collection) delivers pure revolutionary magic. Steven Soderbergh has directed a masterpiece that captures you in the first minute watching an extreme closeup of Benicio Del Toro in classic and iconic Che pose. This is an exquisite piece of filmmaking which is experiential and unique and tells the story in almost a...
The-Butterfly-Reviewed-by-Tres-Bohemes
Bubbling with humor, awesome performances and lavish cinematography, The Butterfly or Le Papillon in original French, is about a young girl named Elsa (Claire Bouanich) who is often left alone by her young mother Isabelle (Nade Dieu). She decides to leave on a trip to search for a butterfly with an elderly neighbor, Julien (Michel Serrault),...
Clue-Movie-Review-by-Tres-Bohemes
Clue – the movie was a fun movie to watch. I loved seeing all of the familiar characters from the popular game, Clue on the big screen – Mr.Green, Professor Plum, Miss Scarlett, Col.Mustard, Mrs.White, and Mrs.Peacock. The French Maid, Mr. Boddy and the Butler were awesome too! Was it done with the rope in...
Tres-Bohemes-Review-of-Certified-Copy
We watched Certified Copy last night and the immediately unique and interesting about this film is that the dialogue is in English, Italian and French. The characters move between the languages as real multi-lingual speakers often do. Another unique feature is that this film was created by Iranian writer and director Abbas Kiarostami and he...
War-and-Peace-Poster
Making Leo Tolstoy’s great novel War and Peace into a film must have been a daunting task and undertaking, especially in 1956 when this film was made. Watching it now, in 2015, I can appreciate the massive scope of work and production that went into the grand sets and scenes. The film script had to...
Guilty-by-Suspicion-Tres-Bohemes-review
Guilty by Suspicion. By suspicion only… and yet guilty. Can you imagine? A realistic look at a terrible time for many Americans. This film is about the true happenings of Hollywood during the 1950’s when the Un-American Committee was ruled by McCarthy and going through their anti-communist mania. It is the best film on this...