On hearing the news of the death of his sister, a Buddhist monk leaves the temple where he has lived since childhood and struggles to adjust to life on the outside as an uncle to a young ...

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David R (nl) wrote: its a cute movie Andy Lau was pretty funny at times

Mike G (mx) wrote: i'm sure this just more right wing bullshit.-

Mike C (mx) wrote: Average, somewhat comical movie. If you're familiar with the Before Sunset series, this is more or less the same Julie Delphy character. She's either a little charming or really annoying. Chris Rock is toned down but still kinda funny.The real funny people are the French people. The dad is quite funny, as is the sister's boyfriend. The plot is lackluster and nothing original, nothing movie. Mainly, it's just worth a few giggles. i think at the end they try to make the movie a little more poignant but well, don't do that.

Vessela D (nl) wrote: Definitely not my kind of movie...:( It just couldn't keep my attention nor touch me...:(

Lata G (us) wrote: what a wonderful movie! If you love movies about art and artists then this is something you have to see. This is based on the true story of Seraphine de Senlis, who worked a series of odd menial jobs to support her painting. You will be intrigued by the manner in which she procures and concocts her paint supplies. And of course her madness which is part and parcel of her genius just like many other great artists before her. Her relationship with a celebrated art critic is also pivotal in this film as is her deeply religious nature.

Danny R (us) wrote: James Cameron's stupendous, visually stunning, immensely entertaining spy fantasy epic, is a brilliant double-edged mixture of action and comedy, with Arnold Schwarzenegger, delivering one of the finest performances of his career, he is utterly charming and physically imposing as special agent Harry Tasker, who works for the Omega Sector, an ultra-secret U.S. government counter-terrorist security agency. Tasker and his team are pursuing a radical group of Arab terrorists bent on setting off nuclear weapons in the United States, his wife Helen played by Jamie Lee Curtis, in a sensational performance, thinks he is just a boring computer salesman, but soon they will find themselves in the middle and in the clutches of these international terrorists fighting to save their marriage and their lives at the same time! Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jamie Lee Curtis have a sweet chemistry together that make sparks fly. Tom Arnold turns in an impressive scene-stealing comedic performance as Tasker's agency partner. There is also a very memorable supporting performance by Bill Paxton as a sleazy car salesman named Simon, who is trying seduce Helen Tasker by making believe he is a secret agent, and the late great Charlton Heston makes a terrific commanding cameo as the head of the Omega Sector. Cameron's astute direction is flawless, and the action sequences are astounding, as are the eye-popping Oscar nominated CGI visual effects which are truly awesome. There is a thrilling Harrier fighter jet climax that will leave the audience gasping for air. This is one of Cameron's best films and a unforgettable classic 90s blockbuster. Highly Recommended.

Tim G (kr) wrote: throw momma from the train was watchable billy crystal saved the movie but I could not stand danny devitos character one bit he was very annoying and a pest

Adriano T (kr) wrote: Strange to admit, but the very Father of modern Rock'n'Roll would be lost without his soul-son, Keith Richards. Keith does it all. He puts up maybe the best rock'n'roll band ever: Spampinato on bass and Jordan on drums are simply incredible. Johhny Johnson and Bobby Keys make the rest. Excellent guest stars and a supreme set. And then Chuck gives his best. Saint Louise goes crazy for an amazing concert to celebrate the 60th birthday of His Majesty, Chuck Berry! Don't dare miss it...

D M (ru) wrote: A damn self-indulgent documentary trying to follow a handful of women in their stripping career. Boobs, sure. But thats about it. Wawawa; I was shy, I was a dork, I wore glasses, now Im empowered because greasy men grovel at me.