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OSS 117: Lost in Rio Trailer, OSS 117: Lost in Rio Poster and OSS 117: Lost in Rio News at Film-Releases.com | Michel Hazanavicius

OSS 117: Lost in Rio

Movie information

The pride of French intelligence returns.
Released on:
May 7, 2010 (NY, LA)

Distributors:
Music Box Films

Status: Released

Cast:
Jean Dujardin, Louise Monod, Rudiger Vogler, Alex Lutz, Reem Kherici, Pierre Bellemare

Director: Michel Hazanavicius

Screenwriter: Michel Hazanavicius, Jean-François Halin

Genre: Comedy, Adventure
About the film:
Twelve years after Cairo, OSS 117 is back on a new mission at the other end of the world. As he tracks down a microfilm that is compromising for the French State, France’s most famous secret agent will have to team up with the Mossad’s most seductive lieutenant-colonel in order to capture a Nazi blackmailer. From Rio´s sunny beaches to luxuriant Amazonian forests, from the depths of secret grottos to the top of Corcovado’s Christ, a new adventure is about to begin. Whatever the danger, whatever the stakes, you can always count on Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath to find a way out…
Box Office: Opening weekend: $10,243 (3 theaters) | Domestic Total: $89,375
Reviews: Fresh or Rotten? See reviews for this film at RottenTomatoes.com


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Nick – TPNkRXSVN
July 18, 2012 - 10:48
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I'm not sure I am with you on that. I take it you're thinking of the recnet spate of released and announced Hollywood adaptations of anime/manga titles? (There's no American connection in these Evangelion films, at least not so far as I know.) While it's true that most Hollywood remakes of foreign films are ill-advised and/or dreadful, they're not _all_ bad and I'm not hostile to cross-cultural remakes per se. More broadly speaking, there's no shortage of great films from many countries' cinemas that owe a great deal to cross-cultural artistic currents. To bring it back to specifics, I am intrigued rather than off-put by the idea of an American Cowboy Bebop; the heavy Western art influences on that series make it potentially a great fit for the Hollywood treatment. I guess what I'm saying is that I'd rather take the remake issue on a case-by-case basis. In other words, if the Cowboy Bebop adaptation turns out to be a terrible film that fulfills fans' darkest forebodings, then it will only prove that this version by these people was terrible, not that an American version should never have been attempted.