Marion and Mingus live cozily – perhaps too cozily – with their cat and two young children from previous relationships. However, when Marion’s jolly father, her oversexed sister, and her sister’s outrageous boyfriend unceremoniously descend upon them for a visit, it initiates two unforgettable days that will test Marion and Mingus’s relationship. With their unwitting racism and sexual frankness, the French triumvirate hilariously has no boundaries or filters… and no person is left unscathed in its wake.
Manhattan couple Marion and Mingus, who each have children from prior relationships, find their comfortable family dynamic jostled by a visit from Marion's relatives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Yousef S (es) wrote: What if Winston Churchill was an American G.I., Eisenhower was black, and Adolf Hitler had only got one ball. Well that is what you will get in this action comedy starring Christian Slater, Neve Campbell and a star studded list of A-list comedians. I laughed out loud when my dad told me about that song he used to sing, but the rap version of the song they performed really was not up to par. All in all a righteous laugh, and I'd recommend it to anyone who has a funny bone. Although if you are looking good war story with good acting and historical accuracies, then you better leave.
Johannes J (kr) wrote: Lanna: "Where are we going?"Morvern Callar: "Somewhere beautiful."
Asif H (it) wrote: Generally, Madhur Bhandrakar`s movie are decent such `Page 3` and `Fashion` or informative such as `Jail` or totally different what you expect from the director such as `Dil Bacha Hai Ji`. `Heroine` falls under the informative category. The film started off well in the first half but faded badly in the second half. An acquaintance of mine summed up the movie beautifully, `Fashion` meets `The Dirty Picture`. Kareena Kapoor`s acting is first rate though.
Grard K (es) wrote: Fantastically weird and whacky production from Spain. You need to see it to believe it methinks.
Leonardo Malacay S (gb) wrote: dos ladrones disfrazados de monjas da pie para rerse un buen rato
Tuomas R (it) wrote: Historiallisesti ilmeisesti aika tarkka mutta tylsn dokumentaarisesti asioita kuvaava. Leffa kest yli 2 tuntia jossa on ainakin tunti liikaa.Yephet Kotto on mainio Idi Amin mutta muuten kova nyttelijkaarti tuhlataan. Bronson ei edes ammu ketn! * 1/2 /5
First L (ca) wrote: I never saw the much-acclaimed original, nor read Stanislaw Lem's story that these were based on. But I have read other works by Lem, and was quite impressed with his intelligence and freshness. He is what mid-20th-century science fiction was aspiring to be: deeply insightful reflections on the human condition, seen through the lens of our increasing ability to affect it, not always for the better. I found Soderbrgh's Solaris extremely moving. Anyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one may also find this film grabs you deeply. But be patient for it: it's in the ending. That's all I'll say about it, since I detest any kind of spoiler. The long build-up is a slow-paced space classic (meaning mostly hard science with no heroic pageantry), best viewed in total immersion (zero distractions).
JohnRobert W (de) wrote: This short film appeals to me as a part of the horror genre, but in reality, it's a documentary that only portrays horror. It's incredibly graphic, but it presents gore not for the sake of showing it. The point of its graphic nature is to reveal to us the secret, dark underbelly of a civilization. It also shows us that violence and peace can co-exist in the same world, as long as the violence is controlled.I wonder about viewers that insist that this film gets a colorized treatment. It's perfect the way it is. Seeing red blood all over the butcherhouse would have been too much. To view the blood and internal organs of the animals in grayscale gives the film a somewhat visceral quality to it."Blood of the Beasts" is a very bold film. It would be difficult to make this film with today's persistent animal activist groups.
MF J (de) wrote: This little horror film from the 90's is actually surprisingly good and hasn't aged badly at all. Beautifully shot and photographed, this film directed by long time producer Frank Marshall, is well produced, well written and quite believable to some extend. The film benefits from a good and solid cast that make the story even more appealing and believable. This is not a masterpiece but hell it managed to be thrilling, suspenseful, terrifying in some scenes and still remain funny at times. This film mixes the rules of the game to better offer a high quality entertainment film that remain efficient more than two decades after it's release. Few films manage to still be relevant after so many years. This one does.
Bill B (es) wrote: Okay, so the big 'secret' twist that was never really a secret to anyone aside, I *really* dug this sequel and all of the developing relationships between the crew, and I'm happy to watch this group in however many films they want to make together.Benedict Cumberbatch is delightful as the villain, as you'd expect him to be. I have yet to dislike any role that he's taken on.Recommended.