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L'appât (2010)

30 December 2010 10:50 AM, PST | The Cultural Post | See recent The Cultural Post news »

Because Quebecker cinema pretends to be something that it isn't, no wonder we've got an action comedy this year. Whether you're looking for good action scenes or a good laugh, L'appât will dismay you, because it's closer to television than cinema.

In Montreal, a French mobster of Italian heritage died at a police precinct. Prudent Poirier (Guy A. Lepage), a very incompetent cop, was trying to save him. Because Poirier might help to crack the case, France's secret services sends Ventura (Rachid Badouri), an elite agent, in Montreal. However, Ventura will pose as a rookie trained by Poirier. However, Ventura ends up loathing Poirier and things get rather complicated for viewers' pleasure.

Moreover, L'appât is really unbearable to watch because its two leading actors, Guy A. Lepage and Rachid Badouri, who takes his role too seriously, overact too much. As Prudent Poirier, Lepage looks like a cop who came out of a sitcom. »

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First Clip of Action Comedy 'L'appât'

6 December 2010 11:13 AM, PST | The Cultural Post | See recent The Cultural Post news »

Yesterday, the first clip of the upcoming action comedy L'appât was presented during the talk show Tout le monde en parle. The film will be released in Quebec in December 17.

The film is directed by Yves Simoneau and co-written with William Reymond, a French journalist.

The film takes place in Montreal and a French citizen got murdered. Since that French citizen had highly important information, the French government sends Ventura (Rachid Badouri), an elite spy who can speak eight languages. However, Ventura will discover that Prudent Philippe Poirier (Guy A. Lepage), an agent of the Sûreté du Québec (Sq), is on the investigation whether Ventura likes it or not. As time goes by, both of them will learn how to work together.

The film also stars Ayisha Issa, Maxim Roy, Romano Orzari, Serge Dupire, Alain Moussi, Joe DeMarco

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First Poster of Action Comedy 'L'appât'

30 September 2010 9:59 AM, PDT | The Cultural Post | See recent The Cultural Post news »

Canadian Film distributor Alliance Vivafilm has released the first poster of the anticipated action comedy L'appât, which will come out on December 17 in Quebec.

The film L'appât was directed by Yves Simoneau. The screenplay was written both by Simoneau himself and William Reymond.

The film takes place in Montreal and a French citizen got murdered. Since that French citizen had highly important information, the French government sends Ventura (Rachid Badouri), an elite spy who can speak eight languages.

However, Ventura will discover that Prudent Philippe Poirier (Guy A. Lepage), an agent of the Sûreté du Québec (Sq), is on the investigation whether Ventura likes it or not. As time goes by, both of them will learn how to work together.

The film also stars Maxim Roy, Ayissa Isha and Laïla Tremblay.

Other informations

1. L'appât's official Facebook page.

2. L'appât's official Twitter page. »

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