Minako is diagnosed with a brain tumor and doesn't have long to live. She wants to see her twin sister once again, but there are consequences. The twins bring out the worst in each other. Together, they are psycho-pyromaniacs and can be very destructive. There's a reason why they've been separated for 13 years, to protect themselves and those around them. Now, they'll be together again.

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Robbie N (kr) wrote: A word of advice, do NOT go into this movie expecting to be a comedy, because the laughs that fulfill it are little to none. Surprisingly, quite a dark piece of work, and unfortunately bursting with potential that's never satiated. Vince Vaughn gives his very best to try to charm up this flat family comedy, but there's little to enjoy. The movie may have been tolerable if it were dialed down to a little over an hour, but a tiresome hour and forty five minutes have you looking at the time more than the screen. I does get props for bringing in some unexpected heart every now and then, but even charming Vince Vaughn can't save this dynamic waster of extreme potential, that wallows in a dull script and a soppy story arch instead of delving into a solid Vince Vaughn comedy.

David J (it) wrote: I liked it. my favorite genre. wuxia. Wanna see the next one.

Dave J (br) wrote: Monday, January 27, 2014 (2012) Lola Versus COMEDY DRAMA If there's one actress I'd predict to getting some kind of Oscar I'd have to include actress Great Gerwig into that list since viewers want to see female 'characters' we can identify with without having to dumb them down. And for some of the characters Gerwig has played, majority of them are somewhat a reflection of real life and this character is of no exception. She of course is the star of this film, as Lola written and directed by Daryl Wein who's just been dumped by her fianc of many years. Lola who was looking forward to her wedding to her long time boyfriend abruptly annuls the wedding. Viewers already have a sense about it's reasons but because it's about Lola we want to see how she's taking it which results to how she converses with her closes friends who're Alice(Zoe Lister Jones) and Henry (Hamish Linklater). One of the funniest scenes has Lola breaking away a relationship by retelling a scene from "The Godfather"- I thought that was a classic. Bill Pullman and Debra Winger also stars as Lola's parents. 3 out of 4 stars

Hugo S (fr) wrote: Fuimos a verla en el festival macabro en la Ciudad de Mexico, con Keb Foree en la sala. Si tan solo la pelicula hubiera estado buena... es malisima y si pudiera no le daba ni la media estrella.

Jessica R (ru) wrote: Interesting combination of archival footage, graphic arts, etc. to tell story.

metanoia a (us) wrote: Dawkins is an idiot.

Cynthia S (jp) wrote: I do have a thing for movies about Nazi Germany, I admit it. This one is really, really good. It also, I believe, was based on a true story...like most of them.

Paul N (ru) wrote: Schizophrenic doomed romance of sorts, both austere and berserk. Meanders, too many threads wither, but impressively audacious.

Lene (gb) wrote: Good movie but had potential to be greater. There were some decent scenes. I especially liked his drugged out interview. It's hard to watch this movie and try to think of Ben Stiller in a more "serious" role since we're so used to his slapstick comedies.

Marcus H (gb) wrote: Why they didn't continue making films we may never know

Dr F P (kr) wrote: Silly but fun for a late sunday afternoon.

Mark D (ru) wrote: Considering the cast (kurt Russell, goldie hawn, ed Harris) and the director (Jonathan demme) this was not at all engaging for me, and that was a damn shame seeing as I was looking forward to it. Nevermind!

Augustine H (it) wrote: Louis Malle could well be one of the most daring and versatile director at all times. He continues to shock the world by discussing unorthodox, if not controversial issues, like French collaboration with the Nazis here. Like his later work "Au Revoir Les Enfants", this film offers you another angle to explore the Nazi occupation era. Lucien, the leading character here, is a spine-shivering murderer to us throughout. But if we look deeper, we will find out that he actually wants to achieve something without a "correct" moral sense, which leads to his tragic fate. Such innovative character construction through 2 seemingly unrelated aspects in life could only be mastered by geniuses like Malle.

Mohamed C (gb) wrote: not bad at all wich it was better not a good story and a lot of fighting sceens

James S (ca) wrote: Watchable, but easy to drift away from. Some good acting from Keaton doesn't save it from some odd writing choices. 2.5 stars

Jonathan D (gb) wrote: Did you know Meryl Streep can do a toe-touch? Seriously! And that Pierce Brosnan has a raspy yet macho singing voice? Kind of like a deeper Bryan Adams. Basically, if you like ABBA, if you like fun fluffy musicals, if you dig that type of energy, this is a blast. If not, move along. Colin Firth adds charm, Amanda Seyfried's got some pipes, the Greek scenery is gorgeous, and there's a lot of girl-power going on. Not a lot of substance, but that's not what it's going for. It just wants to give you a good time, and it succeeds. ***1/2 (out of five). Rated PG-13 for innuendo.

KenPatty T (mx) wrote: I'm a sucker for coming of age movies and this one had an interesting twist. A few different storylines but enjoyable. Could this be the first movie with Mickey Rourke and a "Roberts" since Pope of Greenwich Village?