فيلم Puccini: La Bohème

Puccini: La Bohème
Running Time
3 hours 7 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Musical
Director
Matthew Diamond
Writer
Henri Murger, Giuseppe Giacosa, Luigi Illica
Actors
Lucas Meachem, Marco Armiliato, Michael Fabiano, Kelli O'Hara
Country
145
Year
2018
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about musical «Puccini: La Bohème» (22)

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Peter G.

This film is really great, funny, and totally original. It's got quite a bit of hidden symbolism, some of the quotes are very clever, and the music really fits the film. I thought it was a lot better than Matilda, and I think people would really enjoy this film more if they watch it with an open mind. Overall, I think this film is really underrated. If you haven't seen it yet, I'd recommend you do, you won't regret it.

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Samuel

No words can describe how amazing this movie is. The part that really sticks with me is the last half hour. I've seen this movie maybe 30 times, and every time it's the same. There's so much energy, so much emotion, I've never seen anything like it. The artistic part was really well done, I was so impressed with the animation, there was so much potential to make it unique, but this movie didn't let you down. It wasn't an entirely commercial success, but I do think it will be in the annals of the best movies of all time. 9.5/10

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Matthew

I think this film is amazing. In fact it is a perfect movie. The art direction is just perfect. It is artistic. The cast is excellent. The script is superb. The music is beautiful. The actors are excellent. What more can I say? I don't want to spoil it. But I think the message of the film is something that is important. It is important to know that you are a unique individual, that people who judge you, love you and dislike you are all the same and that you have power to be yourself. So, just don't be afraid of who is right or wrong. Just be yourself. And if you have a message, just keep it in mind. Just write it down. Be the best you can be. That's what the world needs right now. I don't want to say more. Because I think this film deserves to be rated a 9 out of 10. Thank you!

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Sarah

If you have never seen a comedy before, but are expecting a lot of laughs, you'll enjoy this movie. It's probably the most awkward comedy I've seen in a while, and it's almost as much about its characters' emotions as it is about comedy. It's a completely self-aware movie that very well describes the nature of the modern dance craze. The dialogue is mostly improvised, and the sets are a huge departure from the typical dance film set. The characters are also unique, and not just in their emotions. There is not a one-dimensional protagonist, and all of them are very interesting and fun to watch. Even the score, while lacking in the actual dance choreography, is a really unique element. The acting is also a huge departure from the typical movie. I never thought that Sally Fields would go on to do more than a few film roles, but she was actually perfect for this role. The entire cast was really good in their respective roles, and some of them deserve to be recognized. It was definitely one of the most enjoyable movies I've seen this year, and I highly recommend it. My rating: 9/10

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Gloria

A pre-corporate 30-something (Stephen Dorff) who in the first half of the film (as he is planning to get married) loses his wife and son to illness. To avoid the prospect of losing his young daughter to disease, he takes her to an unconventional party. After his sister's funeral, he begins to lose it all. Although it is a pretty standard morality tale, this is still a fun film that has a lot of charm. As usual, the musical numbers are a great help and if the dialogue weren't so simple, the film would be so much better. A lot of this has to do with the fact that director Andrew Jalbert (who also wrote the music) is so very artistic and inventive with the scenery. Most of the shots, especially in the first half, are so bright and colourful that it is impossible not to be amazed. He also manages to be a great storyteller, and I'm not just talking about the film's twist-happy ending. I also liked the way that the film starts with the piano tune for La Bohème, and then as the story unfolds, the film switches to the German dance-set "Gloria, The Huntress" -the theme that drives the final scenes of the film. But what really makes the film a great deal is the story. Not only is it very original, but it also has a lot of depth. It tells us an interesting and realistic story of a guy who loses it all and who becomes a wannabe-philosopher. The film uses this to tell the story of a guy's life - or rather the life of a typical 40-something. His experiences are also told from the point of view of someone else. Although he has his normal problems and all that happens to him is related to his attitude, it still has a lot of resonance. Although I don't think it's a great film, I think that this is one of the best movies I've seen in a long time. It's one of those movies you can watch over and over again and still be in awe of the great film that it is. It has a great story, great music, and great acting. The writing and acting are great, although I think that Stephen Dorff has not quite got the right tone in this film. It is possible that he is too over-the-top in the second half. This is a rare problem in many of his films, but he does make up for it in the second half of the film, where he is often strong. I think that this film is a great example of what happens when a director "plays it safe". The rest of the film is great, but it is a little flat. There is a little too much of an emphasis on one character in the beginning of the film, and it doesn't help that they only appear for a short time. One thing that I really liked about this film is that it does not treat itself like an Art-house film. It is a film you can watch at home and still be entertained. I would have liked to have seen some more musical numbers, but it was still a great film. It's a simple story of loss and coping, and if you are like me and can't watch straight movies, then this is a good alternative.

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Kimberly A.

I've watched this movie more than 50 times and it's still interesting to watch!

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Daniel

A wonderful nostalgic look at the musical heyday of the 1960s and early 1970s. As a former devotee of "La Bohème" myself, I can vouch that the visuals of this film are just as wonderful. The film is basically a documentary, meaning it follows all of the moves and personalities of all of the different major players in the performing and musical aspects of the show, and also provides an interesting back-story of the sometimes chaotic career of Vincent. With all that being said, this is a very difficult film to review, as a lot of the details are lost over time. The music is wonderful and haunting, but there are two key scenes in particular where I almost jumped out of my seat. The first is when the narrative begins to drift in and out of time, and the second is the one when Di Nicolas strikes the set. The latter is more amusing than anything else, as the set has a real disco feel to it. It's very well-done, and the scenes with it are absolutely gorgeous. I really liked the dancing that the film presents, and the editing is pretty good. The film takes a long time to get started and it's a really good idea to keep that in mind as the film progresses. There are some nice flourishes and little quirks to be found throughout the film, like how it's got a lot of musical numbers, and how the costumes are so dorky that you have to wonder why the actors would be wearing them in the first place. Overall, I recommend that you go out and rent it.

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Pamela A.

Puccini (Catherine Deneuve) is a dancing little girl who lost her parents and lives with her Auntie Mame (Naomi Watts) in a little flat in Paris. She's an interesting character. She's a singing bird who loves dance and Mozart. She's got a high flying party spirit and a sweet heart. She's the voice of the movie. She can be super annoying at times but that's because she's so unpredictable. She's a flirtatious girl but you still can't help but like her. She's a fabulous actress. She's delightful and really is a charming character. She's the smartest of the whole cast and she's smart. She's got a young, cute face but she's also got a sharp sense of humor and that's why she's the best. One of the great things about the movie is that it's so sweet. There are all these great French foods that are served. It's a movie that will make you laugh, make you feel good and make you want to dance. In that sense it's perfect. It's got all the ingredients of a good movie. I think it's a great movie. It's got a great soundtrack and it has all the characters you love. I like Catherine Deneuve, I love Naomi Watts and I like Catherine Deneuve's character, she's a marvelous actress and she's so lovely and so lovely to look at. I recommend this movie.

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Richard

What a great little movie. I thought it was a bit slow in parts, but overall it was fun to watch. I'll keep this short. I've never seen the film, but I thought it was really great. I loved all the songs that the band played on the instruments, and I think it was very true to the musical style of the seventies. It was also funny. It was certainly a great way to start off the year. I'd recommend it.

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Scott W.

Lack of a Director and a Production team that knew how to act up some music are two major problems in the development of this musical. The content is sung without an objective actor, and we follow the main characters almost through a bit part (who performs a song too). The music was supposed to bring some music background. The results is a mixed mess. The original aim was to create a symbolic musical form, but it is all confusion, and the music has some good qualities. In some scenes the sound-track is present, but in other scenes, it is present with only a few lines, and this is not enough to create a background for the music. As a result, we don't get the feeling that music is part of the story. The problem is even worse in the scenes where the music is present. I am sure that in the future, the performances will be really good. The whole production is a bit disappointing, but at least there is the presence of the characters from the film. And the direction is very good, as I had expected. Puccini: La Bohème has a good content, and has a good music. The problem is that it has a weak production. The movie was badly shot, and that's a big problem for the production of a musical. The quality of the production is pretty much worse than the content. There are only a few scenes, where the production is good. For example, when Puccini is dancing in the street. In other scenes the production is really bad. The productions in the movie are mixed, like the performance of the main character. My vote is nine. Title (Brazil): Not Available

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Ruth Welch

I was lucky enough to see this movie in its original French language version when it first aired in the mid 1990s, and in a classic interview with the director that I taped a while later. He stated that he had his heart set on the movie for the entire three years of its production, and it was not for the fact that he had a wife and three young daughters. No, he was adamant about this because he said that he knew that he would love this movie. And so he was and has remained so. It's his most profound movie, and it's clearly not an 80's movie, because I've seen much of it and it's a very different kind of movie. In fact, it's a total remake of a completely different movie, the masterpiece "La Bohème" of the late-eighties. The film starts with the earthquake of 1934 that takes place on a French coast. It's a wonderful and sad time, but by that time, it seems like it would never happen again. But this terrible event does indeed take place. And the new quake strikes in a French town where the novelist Jacques Lacan, also known as Paree, lives. He's a wonderful and somewhat eccentric man, with a wonderful face, and a beautiful woman, his wife Sophie (Alexandra Bader). He's a traditionalist and he expects the new earthquake to take place. But the earthquake of 1934 is not to be a normal one, and its power is to shatter the world as we know it. People think that they are going to be able to live and forget about what happened, but they cannot. So they try to find ways to defend themselves. One of the most interesting things about the movie is that it goes back and forth between the novel's story of Paree and the film's version of events. I was very surprised to find this out and to find out the reasoning behind it. It seems as though the director was trying to be as faithful to the novel as possible and he succeeded in that regard. There's an important point to note here: in the novel, the earthquake that takes place during the novel's world-building is never shown. It's left up to the imagination of the reader, but here, the director actually shows what is happening and it's very effective. The novel actually manages to bring a whole new story to life and bring it into the real world. He was not going to show us a hundred percent authentic version of the novel, but it was enough to make us think in the same way that we think when we watch the novel. And I believe it's something that the director really did succeed in doing here. Also, the acting in this movie is very good. I've never heard of Agnes Varda before, but she was absolutely brilliant in this movie. She's a wonderful actress and is a beautiful woman to look at. Sophie is also very good, and we can see a very different side of Alexandra Bader. And that's how I saw the movie. But it's not just the acting that made the movie great. I think the story was also very strong and very moving. It's quite a different story from the story of the novel, but it was still a very emotional story, full of sorrow and sadness and heartbreak. I was moved by this movie and I can say that the director has done a very good job in making the movie this way. I recommend this movie to anyone who loves the novel and the novel's story. It's a must-see for fans of Alexandre Dumas.

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Theresa

This movie is a beautiful mix of music and lyrics. It's great for the heart and soul, but it's also good for the mind, as well. The music and lyrics flow and never seem to stop, and you'll think twice before watching it again. It's just great. Poggi, a very wise and unusual singer, does not let his music stand out. There is nothing overly or unusually musical about it, but he let's it all out. The singing is also pretty good, if not great. Poggi is also good at showing the human side of a song. The movie is a lot of fun. I've loved it ever since I first saw it, and I haven't gotten tired of it since. It's a great musical and an incredible film. 9/10

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Brenda

The magic of the play has been revived in all its glory in a comedy about the theme of life and death. Perfect! It's perfect. Without doubt. I really love this movie. It has everything. The dancers, the acting, the story, the music, the direction. It's all wonderful. I love this movie a lot. And I want to see it a lot more. It's really good! It has everything I love. It's great!

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Jose Santos

This is the movie I had been waiting to see.I had read many reviews which made me believe that it was not up to the standard that some of the reviewers had left it.I was right, I'm so glad I saw it and I'm not disappointed at all. Not many people are going to see this movie, and you don't have to like cheese to love it. After watching the movie, it was a film I was longing to see, and I got it.The movie is a wonderful combination of music and dance, mixed with magic and a magic that will carry you to the top of your head.There is no doubt about it, this is one of the best movies I've seen this year, hands down. Recommended!

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Joshua

Why not? This is a musical film from the director of the hilarious The King of Comedy. This movie is about a married couple, one of which is going to the BOHEME. And the other is going to be her wedding day. As you can probably tell by this review, I absolutely loved this film! I had fun laughing throughout. I especially enjoyed the humour in the language of the town. I could see that it was going to be a great comedy, and it definitely delivered on that. This is one of the best musicals I have ever seen, and it is definitely a must see for any film fans! I would recommend this movie to anyone, and I do believe that if you don't like musicals, you will definitely like this movie. You won't be disappointed. This is the best of the best.

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Matthew M.

The family of a nine-year-old girl's sojourn in a psychiatric institution (she had a baby six years before and lost it) is her salvation. Unfortunately, her presence also has dangerous consequences. Her family must take a series of unexpected decisions that could bring them into a life of violence, peril, and tragedy. This film is a triumph. It isn't original, but it is original enough that it must be appreciated for what it is. The cast is delightful. Everyone does a good job and the film is, of course, a very charming comedy. It was even adapted from the novel of the same name by the same author, D'Emilio Otero. This is a must-see film.

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Bryan C.

I'm a huge fan of the old comedy comedies, which have an essential art in their genius. And then, almost all of them are about the joy of playing a comedy on stage. But this one comes close. It's also a show with lots of great music and amazing scenery. Some of the scenes are so artistic that they do not even feel like a story, they are simply a wonderful thing to look at. All the characters are very rich and lively. Even the leading actor, Puchardo, who was very weak in the first film, has a great role here. All the famous actors are in the same film. And all of them seem to be having fun, even when they are not playing. It's a wonderful movie with a lot of flavor. The "duet" between Puchardo and "the Duke of Marlborough" is a really funny scene, while the two are playing their songs.

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Jesse

I found this to be quite a film. The premise was interesting and the script was very well written and put together. The characters were well developed and the story was quite interesting. It had several twists and it was very well done. I thought the music was very well done and the movie was well made, in fact, it was very well made. There were a few technical problems I would have liked to have seen improved, for example, some of the shots weren't steady, but those things were only a minor part of the movie. The camera shots were quite good and the movie could have had a few more scenes of the movie. There were a few very long scenes that could have been shortened. Overall, the movie was very well done. It was an interesting, entertaining movie and it was a pleasure to watch.

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Craig R.

I was really taken by surprise when I got to watch Pucini: The Beginning and immediately bought the DVD. This is definitely the best film I have seen in a long time. I really love it and want to see more! Pucini is a perfect example of what great films should be. Pucini will keep you entertained throughout the film as well as knowing what's going to happen in the end. The soundtrack is the perfect compliment for the story and some of the songs are very memorable. The costumes and makeup are fantastic and it really looks as if you are watching a real theatrical production. The music is fantastic and very hip to the dance scenes in the film. It just fits. The costumes are great and very authentic to the 1930s period. The costume designer is amazing. It really looks like they did it themselves. The story is great. I think most people can see the reasoning for many of the events. The costumes and makeup are fantastic and it really looks like they were really in there. I think this film is definitely a must see. I hope the DVD has everything in it. I will definitely buy the DVD when it comes out.

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Charles Smith

I really enjoyed this movie. The music is excellent and the characters are real. And the play itself is a real success. It is about a man and his search for the answer to his wife's death. The idea that he is locked up in a room and people keep calling his name. It is a very sad and thoughtful film. It is well cast and all the actors give wonderful performances. I really enjoyed this film.

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Emily

Before going to see this movie I read some reviews that all agreed that it was an all time classic, but I have yet to see the original, so I can't really comment on that. First of all, I must say that if you don't like opera at all, I am not going to say you are 'stupid', because this movie is a MUST SEE. This is definitely the best opera I've seen, and I think that's probably because I know more about the history of the history of the opera, than most people. It's well worth seeing, especially if you have seen the original.

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Nicholas

I heard about this movie and was excited to see it. It was very good, but not great. I was very impressed with the acting, and the musical score. I have never seen the film so much, so I am still on the edge of my seat. It did surprise me that they left out the rest of the pieces. But overall, a great movie. See it if you like your music good.