A Butterfly Kiss

A Butterfly Kiss

Billie and Louis have the good fortune of loving each other passionately and of having a family. But then one day terrible news turns their existence and that of their friends' upside down. Marie, a famous actress who is Billie's friend and confidant, redoubles her determination to give life, while Alice, her nurse, fighting for freedom, maintains that life 'is here and now and in the moment.' A film about love, hope, and the conviction that the force of life, despite the toughest tests, will always gain the upper hand.

Billie and Louis have the good fortune of loving each other passionately and of having a family. But then one day terrible news turns their existence and that of their friends' upside down. Marie, a famous actress who is Billie's friend and confidant, redoubles her determination to give life, while Alice, her nurse, fighting for freedom, maintains that life 'is here and now and in the moment.' A film about love, hope, and the conviction that the force of life, despite the toughest tests, will always gain the upper hand. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jeff C (ca) wrote: A pleasant surprise for a 2 man show.

John M (jp) wrote: This is one of the worst movies I've seen in a long time. Poor acting. Poor execution. Dont even bother watching it for free on netflix, You'll be very bummed you wasted 2 hours on it. The main character obviously has never ridden a skateboard in his life before this. The editing of all the skate footage is ridiculous. Nice try. Better leave skate footage to the skateboarders.

Peter C (kr) wrote: se o original (C) isso, posso imaginar o remake...

Adrian L (fr) wrote: Solid and unexciting.

Eric N (de) wrote: Craaazy bad. I didn't expect it to be that bad!The movie attempts to inject fun black comedy moments but it's actually funny how much they fail at comedy, and funnier how unintentionally funny the rest of it is. Makes a great movie to watch, laugh at and pick apart.

Paul P (us) wrote: It's the 4-5 minute talk Herzog has with the camera near the end that makes this movie brilliant. You watch and wonder why in God's name he's going to such great lengths to make a movie. Any fans of film or especially the process need to see this.

Alex r (fr) wrote: Engaging action, fantasy, Clash of the Titans is a highly entertaining film, but it does have a significant flaw, and that is that it shows its age. On the other hand, the cast do a good job in their performances. Despite the fact that it shows its age, it's still an entertaining movie that should appeal to genre fans. The effects are quite good for its time, however like I said, this is a dated affair. Overall the film is decent at best, and it had the potential of being really good, unfortunately it never realizes, and it has too many shortcomings that make this a somewhat entertaining, yet very flawed movie. I just didn't think it was a great movie, as it is, it a decent picture that tries to be too ambitious, and in turn, it loses track of telling a richly detailed and wonderful story. If you can manage 80's films that shows it age, then by all means, give Clash of the Titans a viewing. The film has its moments, but is also disappointing because it could have been much better. At times the performances are overbearing, and it becomes a bit ridiculous. At least a select few actors here can act, like Dame Maggie Smith, which I quite enjoyed here. I8f you're expecting a grand, epic movie, look elsewhere. Yes, it's a big story, but it feels hollow and empty at times, and it's what brings the film down as well. There are far better fantasy films out there than this one, and it's a shame that the film just fails to really enthrall the viewer. Decent, but never good, Clash of the Titans is one of those movies that should have been very good, and it makes you wonder, if the project had a different director, would this have turned out differently?

Greg W (jp) wrote: interesting off-beat comedy

Van W (au) wrote: An insightful film about America's reactionary religious heritage, exposing its frequent underlying hypocrisy. Shirley Jones, as an unlikely prositute functions as something of an anti-hero, having far more integrity in her delicious spite than Lancaster's equally wonderfully performed fame-and-wealth seeking phoney-baloney preacher ever could, even at his most self-deceptive. In contrast the earnestness and sincerity of Jean Simmons' Sister Sharon comes across as vapid, vacuous, and ultimately pathetic. Fire and brimstone literally bring the house down and Brooks manages to evoke the edge of Lewis' skeptic realism in this film version, despite the moronic Hays Code in no small part due to Lancaster and Jones. That old time religion of self-righteousnous rarely looked convincingly worse on film than it does here. Kudos.

cody f (br) wrote: Interesting little British film about a woman kidnapped by a old lady and her psychotic son. At times very suspenseful, but gets a little hokey at the end. Good acting all around and George Macready is great as a knife wielding bad tempered maniac. It's a good story, but the film is just a hour and 10 minutes and at times a little rushed.

Ebrahim B (de) wrote: I guess it's the most-densely woven film by Lynch which is hard to crack

Russell S (gb) wrote: Fast moving sci-fi action movie that moves at such a pace you barely have time to really think about the plot, which is probably just as well. In fairness there's a lot of fun to be had here and its nice to see Hayden Christiansen in a role thats not irritating.

Daniel V (jp) wrote: Nope. Non flaws. This movie is exactly what it needs to be and it does it perfectly. The goblins, the music both Bowie's and Trevor Jones, the sets, Hoggle, Ludo, Sir Ditimus, Ambrosias, the Bowie, and The Connolly... All perfect! I heart this movie just as much now as I did when I saw it at 8 years old.

Andrew B (au) wrote: A clunky 80s movie that I can't recommend to anyone who doesn't have a taste for camp.

Grant S (kr) wrote: Great Cold War drama.A high school kid, David (played by Matthew Broderick), accidentally hacks the powerful computer that runs global thermonuclear war simulations for the US military, and which controls the US's nuclear weapons arsenal. It starts as a game but ends up deadly serious... Intriguing, exciting movie with a few funny moments along the way. Though not anywhere near as biting as Dr Strangelove in its demonstration of how Cold War paranoia and the nuclear arms race can go awry, it is a fairly chilling indicator of what could happen. Solid work from Matthew Broderick in the lead role, in only his second movie. Ally Sheedy is wonderful as Jennifer. Supporting cast are fine too.