8 search results for Roger Vadim

  • Pretty Maids All In A Row

    Type: Video | Date: Friday, Aug 26, 2016

    Oceanfront High School student Ponce de Leon Harper (John David Carson) is obsessed with sex. Fortunately he meets lots of girls. Unfortunately they all end up dead. Roger Vadim brings the quirky sensibility that has made his Barbarella a
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    Barbarella [Blu-ray]

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Jul 3, 2012

    Starring Jane Fonda as Barbarella
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    One Thing I Love Today: Rock Hudson and Angie Dickinson in 'Pretty Maids All In A Row'

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Oct 20, 2010

    Warner Archive hits another home run with their release of Roger Vadim's sexploitation gem
  • Brigitte Bardot Classic Collection

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Dec 8, 2009

    Includes:Plucking the Daisy (1956) The Night Heaven Fell (1958) Don Juan 73 (1973) Plucking the Daisy Because of star Brigitte Bardot's single fleeting disrobing scene in the French farce Please, Mr. Balzac!, the film was retitled Mademoiselle Striptease by one enterprising American distributor. Essentially, this is a harmless little escapade in which Bardot, escaping the strictures of her puritanical father, jumps off a train bound for a proper girls' school to seek her fortune in Paris. Here she moves in with her brother, a museum curator. The presence of the voluptuous Bardot causes most of her brother's stuffy co-workers to behave like Tex Avery's cartoon wolf. Co-written by director Yves Allegret and Roger Vadim, Mlle. Striptease was released in France as En Effeuillant la Marguerite; some English-language prints bear the title While Plucking the Daisy. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide The Night Heaven Fell This Brigitte Bardot vehicle is better known by its American title, The Night Heaven Fell. Bardot plays a young, sensuous French girl named Ursula, who arrives in a Spanish mountain community to visit her aunt (Alida Valli) and uncle (Pepe Nieto). It isn't long before uncle is killed by handsome stranger Lamberto (Stephen Boyd). Against her better judgement, Ursula falls in love with Lamberto, and helps him to elude the authorities-thereby beating her Aunt (who also loves Lamberto) to the punch . The Night Heaven Fell was the third feature-length directorial effort of Bardot's then-husband Roger Vadim. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Don Juan 73 This campy Roger Vadim film stars sex-kitten Brigitte Bardot as Jeanne, the female counterpart to Don Juan, a woman who is ruthlessly wicked in her pursuit of love and desire. Jeanne confesses murder to a young priest (Mathieu Carriere) who is also her cousin, and after she tells him the story of how she has ruined the lives of a long succession of men, she shamelessly seduces the priest as well. Her story told in flashback, Jeanne gets off to a rocky start as an heiress: her father died while cussing her out for her low-down ways. She gets even with each of the men who does her wrong, usually in devastating ways, but in the end, she sacrifices all for love. ~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide
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    10 actors who finally embraced their campiest films

    Type: Article | Date: Tuesday, Jun 30, 2015

    Elizabeth Berkley came out to announce her newfound love of "Showgirls." Here are ten actors who've embraced their cult movies.
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    Ben Kingsley found freedom in stillness while making Laika's 'Boxtrolls'

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Sep 23, 2014

    Plus: Why has Jonathan Glazer only made two films since 'Sexy Beast?'
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    The Morning Read (3.27.09) Ridley Scott in 3D, Neil Marshall in ancient Rome, and 'Land of the Lost' test-screens

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, Mar 27, 2009

    Plus trailers for 'Fame' and 'Away We Go,' and Ebert and The House Next Door on overlooked movies
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    Roger Deakins got the biggest compliment of his career for 'The Shawshank Redemption'

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, Dec 26, 2014

    Frank Darabont's film celebrates its 20th anniversary this year