A French farce set in Victorian London where a botanist and his wife get into trouble when they pretend to go missing in order to hide from their sanctimonious cousin -- an Anglican bishop who is leading a campaign against such writing. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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David J (gb) wrote: I thought this political drama was pretty good. The acting at times was impeccable; Gosling, Clooney, Tomei and Hoffman were especially admirable. The plot, though occasionally muddled to me, was plausible and I thought it was pretty clever at times. I appreciated the original plot.
Ian P (jp) wrote: Empty film-going calories: Saccharinous and without nutritional value.
Private U (jp) wrote: Mildly interesting, not entirely hard hitting, but with fairly endearing subjects.
Michael R (au) wrote: Lame Sauce, I Remember I Saw This @ The Movies...
Joseph B (it) wrote: A wonderful documentary that acts not only as maybe an introduction to his work for those unfamiliar with it but also as a companion to his work for longtime fans.
Don S (de) wrote: A predictable, boring romantic comedy with Schwimmer as sportscaster who sleeps around, finds the "woman of his dreams" and promptly asks his best friend to see if she'll sleep with him to ascertain whether she really loves Schwimmer. And it just goes downhill from there. No laughs, no cuteness, no feelings of romance, and a Bonnie Hunt wasted in a narrator's role.
Daniel D (br) wrote: Good movie, though I don't remember much.
Dan H (gb) wrote: My mom watched it 20 some times in one day, so not one of my favorite, but can appreciate.