Bienvenue à bord

Bienvenue à bord

Isabelle (Valerie Lemercier), HR of a large cruise company, made the mistake of choosing her boss as a lover. Before embarking on the maiden voyage of the new flagship of the fleet, though,...

Isabelle (Valerie Lemercier), HR of a large cruise company, made the mistake of choosing her boss as a lover. Before embarking on the maiden voyage of the new flagship of the fleet, though,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Eduardo B (ru) wrote: This is a great film about relationships that uniquely combines comedy, drama and sci-fi.

Hardy H (jp) wrote: Personally i found the most interesting minutes of the film were about basic, relatable human emotions of Francesca's parents. i found this film to be well-made, insightful and interesting. but just a bit too slow.

Robert A (br) wrote: This is a really funny and entertaining movie, I liked it a lot. It's opinions on relationships is refreshingly honest. Really good relationship movie, especially for people in their 20s or 30s who are drifting through relationships.

Sean L (nl) wrote: Bearing a wealth of guns, drugs, quirky characters and fiery chase scenes, this desperately wants to be a cool, slick, suave black comedy in the same vein as Pulp Fiction or Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. With none of the panache, authenticity, or cornerstone performances that made its forefathers into modern classics, though, it comes off as a weak, uncertain impersonation instead. The plot plays it loose and loopy, with characters losing sight of their own motivations between set changes, and becomes especially doublecross-happy as the credits near. Samuel L. Jackson plays the only part of note, as nothing more than his standard blue-lipped hardass, while Emily Mortimer is thoroughly unconvincing as a cold-blooded killer and Meat Loaf occupies the bizarre role of a drug-dealing Macguffin who constantly speaks in the third-person. Forgettable, shallow and bland.

Michael K (us) wrote: Christopher Lloyd's villain, Klingon Captain Kluge and some exciting space action, make this a worthwhile Trek outing to check out.

Jeffrey L (ca) wrote: I was not disappointed by this movie. Maybe not the best movie out there. However, I thought it was good regardless