Molière Reviews

  • Jan 24, 2019

    Molière est un dramaturge et acteur qui veut succèder au théâtre. Il est pris dans les affaires de Monsieur Jourdain. Il aide M. Jourdain avec son aventure amoureuse. Pendant cette aventure, il tombe amoureux avec Mme. Jourdain. Nous observons alors la transformation de Molière d'un mauvais acteur en un dramaturge magnifique. Le film est très mal conçu parce qu'il dénature le personnage de Molière. La distribution du film est très mauvaise et n'est pas charmante. Le film ne fournit pas de bonnes informations sur les pièces de Molière. Le film change beaucoup l'histoire de Molière et crée une image fausse du 17ème siècle. Le film ne donne pas hommage à l'histoire du 17ème siècle et la vie de Molière. La romance dans le film est distrayant du thème et de la valeur historique. C'est film n'a pas les components pour un film historique. Il a un image fausse de l'histoire de Molière. Ne regarde pas le film Molière si vous aimez l'histoire parce qu'il en donne une image fausse.

    Molière est un dramaturge et acteur qui veut succèder au théâtre. Il est pris dans les affaires de Monsieur Jourdain. Il aide M. Jourdain avec son aventure amoureuse. Pendant cette aventure, il tombe amoureux avec Mme. Jourdain. Nous observons alors la transformation de Molière d'un mauvais acteur en un dramaturge magnifique. Le film est très mal conçu parce qu'il dénature le personnage de Molière. La distribution du film est très mauvaise et n'est pas charmante. Le film ne fournit pas de bonnes informations sur les pièces de Molière. Le film change beaucoup l'histoire de Molière et crée une image fausse du 17ème siècle. Le film ne donne pas hommage à l'histoire du 17ème siècle et la vie de Molière. La romance dans le film est distrayant du thème et de la valeur historique. C'est film n'a pas les components pour un film historique. Il a un image fausse de l'histoire de Molière. Ne regarde pas le film Molière si vous aimez l'histoire parce qu'il en donne une image fausse.

  • Jan 24, 2019

    Le titre de film est Moliere et c'est un film avec les tres bon acteurs. Le film etait sur la point adorer et dishonete. Dans le film, il y a cinq important personnage, Monsieur Jourdain, Elmire Jourdain, Moliere/Tartuffe, Monsieur Dorante, et Madame Celimene. Monsieur Jourdain amounet Moliere avec il parce que il adore Madame Celimene. Tartuffe est Moliere en disguese. Dorante et Monsieur Jourdain adorent Madame Celimene. Le point culminant Moliere parle avec Madame Jourdain et parle, il est tartuffe. Monsieur Jourdain descoviere Madame Celimene est tres mal et il est tres triste. En finalement, Monsieur Jourdain descoviere Moliere adore madame jourdain et Moliere aller. Le film, c'est n'est pas mal, c'est bien. Le film est tres unique, les personnage est tres bon, et l'histoire est interessant. J'ai recommande le film parce que le film est un amant film est beaucoup marrant. Tu fais que regarder les film moliere.

    Le titre de film est Moliere et c'est un film avec les tres bon acteurs. Le film etait sur la point adorer et dishonete. Dans le film, il y a cinq important personnage, Monsieur Jourdain, Elmire Jourdain, Moliere/Tartuffe, Monsieur Dorante, et Madame Celimene. Monsieur Jourdain amounet Moliere avec il parce que il adore Madame Celimene. Tartuffe est Moliere en disguese. Dorante et Monsieur Jourdain adorent Madame Celimene. Le point culminant Moliere parle avec Madame Jourdain et parle, il est tartuffe. Monsieur Jourdain descoviere Madame Celimene est tres mal et il est tres triste. En finalement, Monsieur Jourdain descoviere Moliere adore madame jourdain et Moliere aller. Le film, c'est n'est pas mal, c'est bien. Le film est tres unique, les personnage est tres bon, et l'histoire est interessant. J'ai recommande le film parce que le film est un amant film est beaucoup marrant. Tu fais que regarder les film moliere.

  • Jul 07, 2014

    Charming, delightful, resplendent

    Charming, delightful, resplendent

  • Apr 21, 2013

    Plenty of fun. What Shakespeare in love should have been.

    Plenty of fun. What Shakespeare in love should have been.

  • Mar 27, 2013

    Molière posits that one of the writer Molière's most famous farces, Tartuffe, is based on Molière's experiences during a lost-to-history period of his life. Most of the movie is this flashback set in a frame of what show to put on when Molière's country touring troupe is given an aristocrat's theatre in which to perform. In this flashback, we are unsure whether the events truly happened or are Molière's dramatized version of the events. This gives the set decorators and costumers full rein to go over-the-top in recreating the 17th-Century. It also allows the actors the opportunity to push realism into farce. The Director and co-Scriptwriter, Laurent Tirard walks this tightrope deliciously. He is aided by tour-de-force performances by Romain Duris as Molière (Tartuffe), Fabrice Luchini as the bumbling nouveau riche Jourdain, and Laura Morante as his wife and Tartuffe's lover, Elmire. The highlight is Duris' improv performances as varieties of horses as he gives Jourdain acting lessons. Gorgeously photographed in period locations, with the pristine opulence of the rich contrasted with the gritty squalor of the players' lives. Molière gives us a taste of both Molière's life and his art. Bravo!

    Molière posits that one of the writer Molière's most famous farces, Tartuffe, is based on Molière's experiences during a lost-to-history period of his life. Most of the movie is this flashback set in a frame of what show to put on when Molière's country touring troupe is given an aristocrat's theatre in which to perform. In this flashback, we are unsure whether the events truly happened or are Molière's dramatized version of the events. This gives the set decorators and costumers full rein to go over-the-top in recreating the 17th-Century. It also allows the actors the opportunity to push realism into farce. The Director and co-Scriptwriter, Laurent Tirard walks this tightrope deliciously. He is aided by tour-de-force performances by Romain Duris as Molière (Tartuffe), Fabrice Luchini as the bumbling nouveau riche Jourdain, and Laura Morante as his wife and Tartuffe's lover, Elmire. The highlight is Duris' improv performances as varieties of horses as he gives Jourdain acting lessons. Gorgeously photographed in period locations, with the pristine opulence of the rich contrasted with the gritty squalor of the players' lives. Molière gives us a taste of both Molière's life and his art. Bravo!

  • Jan 22, 2013

    Think "Shakespeare in Love" except in French. With Moliere. And no Shakespeare. That's exactly it. Pretty witty, and I thought that the acting was top notch, which I don't like throwing around. A fairly predictable plot line, but it wasn't supposed to be some great narrative or intricate crime drama. It set out to be, and successfully was, a tragic comedy.

    Think "Shakespeare in Love" except in French. With Moliere. And no Shakespeare. That's exactly it. Pretty witty, and I thought that the acting was top notch, which I don't like throwing around. A fairly predictable plot line, but it wasn't supposed to be some great narrative or intricate crime drama. It set out to be, and successfully was, a tragic comedy.

  • Jan 06, 2013

    really good french movie. some really funny moments

    really good french movie. some really funny moments

  • Nov 11, 2012

    Bears a close resemblance to another academy award winning period movie across the Channel from where this one was filmed, but there were moments of pure hilariousness and dashes of slapstick. Nevertheless an interesting way to become acquainted with France's Shakespeare.

    Bears a close resemblance to another academy award winning period movie across the Channel from where this one was filmed, but there were moments of pure hilariousness and dashes of slapstick. Nevertheless an interesting way to become acquainted with France's Shakespeare.

  • Oct 09, 2012

    Just what you would expect from a Moliere play, very witty.

    Just what you would expect from a Moliere play, very witty.

  • Aug 30, 2012

    Although I normally like foreign films, especially period ones, this film was not one of them. The plot is so light as to float away, It wasn't funny, the characters were flat as cardboard cutouts, and the pacing slower than slow.

    Although I normally like foreign films, especially period ones, this film was not one of them. The plot is so light as to float away, It wasn't funny, the characters were flat as cardboard cutouts, and the pacing slower than slow.