Another Nine & a Half Weeks

Another Nine & a Half Weeks

When John travels to Paris to attend an art sale hosted by his old flame, he begins a torrid affair with a gorgeous woman (Angie Everhart) who used to be her best friend. As the erotic ...

John flies over to Paris to find out his girlfriend Elizabeth. He finds a mysterious fashion designer named Lea and her assistant Claire, and it turns out that Lea was Elizabeth's friend in... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Harpreet S (gb) wrote: One of the most beautiful films I have ever seen! Just because it is not a conventional film, does not mean it is not great. I have never seen anything like it, and a film that is "impossible" to imagine. Always loved Godard's scripts, but he has incredible images in this also. One of his finest!

Sunil J (mx) wrote: Poetic and beautiful to watch but you don't really connect with any of the characters.

Shane K (kr) wrote: Watched it 5x....never gets old

Scott R (gb) wrote: Love love LOVE this movie! Great story, great acting, great music!

Stuart K (br) wrote: After Woody Allen lent his voice to Antz (1998), Steven Spielberg repaid him with a deal at DreamWorks Pictures, who would release his next 4 films. It should have been a match made in heaven, but it would see some of Woody's least successful films being made, and his eventual exile from New York. But, this was the first film, and it's a very funny crime caper which harks back to his early, funny ones. Aging crook Ray (Woody), and his friends Tommy (Tony Darrow), Denny (Michael Rapaport) and Benny (Jon Lovitz), have acquired an old restaurant, which is a few doors up from a bank. They plan to tunnel into the vault, using Ray's wife Frenchy (Tracey Ullman) as a cover, to make cookies. The planned raid on the bank is a disaster, but the cookie business is a success, and they end up with a huge company a year later making millions of dollars. Frenchy wants to move in higher social circles, and gets arts dealer David (Hugh Grant) to help her, even though David just wants Frenchy for her money to fund art projects he wants to do, Ray is sick of being rich and the whole lifestyle and reverts to being a crook again. It's a film of two halves, the bungled robbery plan and the climb to wealth. It's the former half that works the best, and the film should have devoted more time to that, but Ullman holds her own against Woody, while Grant is a slimy schemer. But, the show is stolen by Elaine May as Frenchy's dimwitted cousin May, who gets some brilliant comedy dialogue.

Paul B (jp) wrote: Sans y trouver un suspens vraiment intense, le film seduit d aventage par son focus sur la classe populaire et des cheminaux de l epoque. La sequence d'ouverture du film est impressionate.

Nick U (au) wrote: Xfinity PPV 2/10/14Fascinating and educational look at the worthless war on drugs. The government is as corrupt and as much to blame for the sad societal state we find ourselves in when it comes to fixing the terrible drug culture we live in. Hooray for the film makers for this effort.