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Invention of Lying [Blu-ray] [Import anglais]

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  • Acteurs : Ricky Gervais, Jennifer Garner, Jonah Hill, Louis C.K., Jeffrey Tambor
  • Réalisateurs : Ricky Gervais, Matthew Robinson
  • Scénaristes : Ricky Gervais, Matthew Robinson
  • Producteurs : Dan Lin, Lynda Obst, Max Keene, Modi Wiczyk
  • Format : Dolby, Edition spéciale, Cinémascope, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 5.1), Anglais (Dolby TrueHD 5.1), Français (Dolby Digital 5.1), Espagnol (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais, Français, Espagnol
  • Région : Toutes les régions
  • Rapport de forme : 1.85:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Warner Home Video
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 19 janvier 2010
  • Durée : 100 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B00275EHC8
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 71.661 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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A priori, tout le monde connaît Ricky Gervais grâce à The office série culte ou il a fait étalage de son talent.
Ce n'est pas mon cas, je ne connais pas cette série. J'ai donc abordé ce film frontalement. Je ne le regrette pas, c'est un petit chef d'oeuvre irrévérencieux, un mélange de crème fouettée et de jus de citron jubilatoire. Je commente la VO car la traduction VF du titre est nulle.

Un film à part, un mélange novateur d'univers parallèle, de comédie romantique et de satire sociale. Le film est une uchronie de notre société contemporaine dans laquelle le mensonge n'existe pas, jusqu'à son invention par notre héros, seul capable de proférer des "choses qui ne sont pas" : le mot mensonge n'existant pas dans ce monde, il ne sera jamais prononcé au cours du film.
Une invention bien pratique, dont le héros va découvrir les avantages et... la fondamentale inutilité. Une invention dont Ricky Gervais va surtout se servir pour distiller avec beaucoup d'humour ses quatre vérités aux spectateurs, à ma plus grande joie et je suppose à l'indignation, l'indifférence ou la colère de pas mal d'autres.
C'est effectivement très irrévérencieux pour la religion, et peut être plus encore pour le culte de la beauté et la compétition sociale qui régissent et minent les rapports humains.

Le scénario est très fin, très cohérent, et les acteurs sont tous excellents, Ricky Gervais en tête.
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HASH(0xa2ad07e0) étoiles sur 5 I truly did not think Hollywood could make a movie of this caliber 30 mars 2010
Par austin_Larry - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
Wow. I was totally blown away. The last thing I actually expect Hollywood to do nowadays is make a movie that is thought provoking, tackles some truly profound issues about the human condition, and is funny to boot.

Ricky Gervais has won instant respect for me. I bet a friend before coming to Amazon (I rented the Blu-ray on Netflix) that there would be a bunch of 1 star reviews. And that none of them would actually be about the film per se or its quality but would be religious peoplem who, get offended when someone asks them to think about what they say they believe and why.

Gervais ends up examining 2 aspects of the human condition, lying and religion. What would a world be like where people simply not only did not but could not lie. You get a number of humorous situations from this. It makes you think about the role of 'social lying' in particular. Manners, in a way, for lack of a better word

Now on to religion. I think Gervais hit on 2 issues that are very germaine. One how can an 'all good God' be responsible for the good and the bad. Very hard for anyone to explain although people try with that oldie 'everything happens for a reason'. Also explores an honest reaction to a 'god' well tourting people for eternity.

Of more interest to me though was the potential consequences of becoming focused on an afterlife at the expense of this life. The character played by Jonah Hill represents an all too real condition. People who place less value on their life, this life, because everything will work out in the afterlife or that is the real life. This can create HUGE HARM to individuals, society, and the planet. If people don't treasure every day as it should be, if they don't treasure the earth as their home, if they don't treasure each and every species as their brothers and sisters, they risk missing out on exisistence, they miss out on the universe, they miss out on Life. And they do not, perhaps, treat the Earth, themselves, and each other with the depth and meaning they should. If the Earth to them is a shadow, how can it mean what it should?

This is of course IMO. I am sure many people will disagree. But kudos, HUGE kudos, to Ricky for getting this on film. One of the most meaningful and thought provoking, yet also comedic, films Hollywood has done in years.
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HASH(0xa2ad0be8) étoiles sur 5 Truly spectacular--but in an odd sense 1 novembre 2009
Par Dusty White - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This film plays out like a British reality TV show. It just feels a bit off, but bear with it. That is part of its charm. Around 37 minutes into it (if memory serves), "WHAM!", it follows true reality and goes completely off script. That's all I can tell you. But here's why you really need to see this movie:

It's pure genius. The whole of it has a rather laid back feel, and the pacing is more a nice leisurely stroll through the park on a warm Autumn day than a Jason Bourne movie or the latest Transformers (both of which I enjoyed, but have nothing more to do with this review). This film draws you in slowly. For some of you it may seem a bit dry and boring, even pedantic at first--stay with it! This is the evolution of personal existence. This is real life as it happens. We go through our days performing our daily rituals and fulfilling our self-imposed duties and then we see something shiny and we pick it up, and suddenly the world starts to find color. This shiny new thing could be a relationship, or a new hobby, a passion for something we did not believe we could have before--or in this case--lying.

The point of this film is (naturally) to entertain us, but just underneath is a series of layered messages and thoughts to ponder on our own lives and the society we live in. In much the same way foreign films tend to attract a certain demographic, this film, feeling a lot like a film foreign to Americans (in pace and structure) is meant to attract people who want to THINK while they are being entertained, rather than wait for glimpses of Megan Fox in a wet bikini (and who doesn't want to do that?). This is truly a film worth owning, and it is a film worth watching a few times (spaced apart by a few months). It gets under your skin and stays with you--and it will without a doubt upset more than a few knee-jerk religionists, but that is the other half of the fun.

The movie is interesting, enjoyable and slow-paced enough to simultaneously allow the slow-to-catch-on to get the joke, but also allow those a bit faster on the up-take to digest the meaning of the joke while enjoying the film. Not at all a first date movie, but if you want to evaluate the relationship quality of your current romantic prospect, this is a MUST SEE. Much like Blazing Saddles, this movie will instantly tell you whether youa re dating the right person for you.

As always, thanks for reading :-)
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HASH(0xa2ad0c60) étoiles sur 5 Beautiful! 20 février 2010
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I loved this movie. It's sweet, and funny and really quite brilliant. It is about an imaginary world where no one can lie (and no one has ever been able to lie), and what happens to the very human, but kind-hearted man who first becomes able to. Though his intentions are mostly altruistic (remember, I also said he is very human, so he also does things to benefit himself), he inadvertently causes some big problems in his world. It's all very funny and sweet.

Yes, there are some strong references to the idea that religion is completely made-up, for the purpose of comforting people and calming their fears of death. For someone who can actually *think* about religion, instead of being a knee-jerk reactionary or dogmatic follower, it provides some terrific things to think about.

If your religious faith is so frail that it cannot stand the idea of a fictional story in which someone makes up religion in order to make the world a better place for the people they care about, then I'd have to say that you don't have much in the way of actual faith to begin with.
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HASH(0xa2ad700c) étoiles sur 5 A Terrific, Intelligent Comedy 7 janvier 2010
Par Joshua Miller - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Ricky Gervais and Matthew Robinson co-write and co-direct The Invention of Lying, a film I honestly did not expect to like. I'm familiar with Gervais and have heard great things about him, but somehow his TV shows and movies have eluded me. The Invention of Lying is my introduction to him and it makes for great entertainment.

Gervais plays Mark Bellison, who lives in alternate reality where the human race has not adapted the ability to lie. It's hard to deny this is an interesting idea and the opening scenes of the film are quite funny. Mark works as a screenwriter at a film studio, where films consist of a man on screen reading a script based on an event in history. Writing a story requires a certain amount of lying, after all. On the verge of getting fired and rejected by the girl of his dreams (Jennifer Garner) because he's overweight; Mark sees his life in a downward spiral. On the eve of being evicted from his apartment, Mark tells the world's first lie and with his newfound ability a way to improve his life in every aspect.

The film has an eclectic cast including Jonah Hill (as Mark's suicidal neighbor), Jeffrey Tambor, Rob Lowe (as an esteemed screenwriter), and Tina Fey. Furthermore, there are two very funny cameos by Phillip Seymour Hoffman (as a bartender) and Edward Norton (as a cop).

The entire alternate reality is a marvelous idea and Gervais keeps it from growing old within minutes. The Coke/Pepsi gags, as well as the brutally honest business names are consistently amusing.

Obviously, The Invention of Lying is built on a gimmick. In the hands of lesser writers, this gimmick could have run out of steam very quickly, yet Gervais keeps the wit, social commentary (involving religion), and energy consistent throughout. The Invention of Lying is a strong comedy film that had me laughing very hard, but also had me thinking. If the film didn't descend into predictability towards the end (while still retaining its charm), I would say it's one of my favorite films of 2009. Alas, Gervais has fashioned a comedy that is smart, underrated, and very well-done...Definitely worth your time.

GRADE: B+
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HASH(0xa2ad7144) étoiles sur 5 Mostly hilarious with a little agenda pushing 12 avril 2011
Par Donna Anastasi - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I'm new to the comedy of Ricky Gervais having seen him only in small roles like Night in the Museum. He is amazingly sharp witted and talented with a style that reminds me of Ben Stiller, though he looks nothing like him. The Invention of Lying is clever, original, and irreverent. I loved hearing what we think spoken aloud, and how even before he discovered lying Gervais was the one person able to not say whatever popped into his mind and just react to the tactless and inappropriate comments being flung at him. Hilarious. I also thought his poking fun at Jewish/Christian beliefs and traditions was often insightful and really funny. What he picked as the basis for the first religion and the spread of religion was silly but rather fascinating too. I was on the edge of my seat along with the masses to hear the next "commandment" as well, ha ha.

SPOILER The one thing that didn't work for me was at the very end what came across to me as atheist agenda pushing. If it were say a movie about pretending to see aliens or claiming to talk to dead people, you'd say "I don't really see dead people/aliens" and not "there are no aliens." Also, at his mother's grave Gervais says "I know you are in really in there (the ground)" it would be better if he said "I wish you really were in a mansion in the sky," that is, take a more agnostic in tone re: "the man in the sky." END SPOILER

All in all though this is a thought provoking movie not primarily about lying, but about truth. And how, to discover truth, we need to go beyond the raw facts to seek deeper meaning beneath the superficial surface level, explore fiction, and yes, even have a little faith.
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