A travel writer improves her love life when she becomes an editor for her father's wedding magazine.
- Stars:Roméo Botzaris, Isabelle Carré, Vincent Lindon, Nicolas Briançon, Alicia Djemaï, Marc Sedze, Mado Sedze, Rodolphe Pauly, Marlène Casaux-Glaire, Jean-Marc Stehlé, Heather Graham, David Sutcliffe, Taye Diggs, Sandra Oh, Keram Malicki-Sánchez, Cheryl Hines, Bruce Gray, Sarah Chalke, Sabrina Grdevich, Michael McMurtry, Amy Price-Francis, Reagan Pasternak, Jefferson Brown, Suzanne Cyr, Frank Chiesurin,
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Kathy F (kr) wrote: Very good movie! Real to the time of the early 60's. I was young but old enough to remember. I think everyone should see this movie. I give it a 10+ if I could!
Tim C (mx) wrote: Good Movie About Daniel
Keenan S (ru) wrote: I had never even heard of this film until I got in a four pack of films featuring Meg Ryan, and what I found is one of the strangest films I've ever seen...and I love it. This film is unlike anything I've ever seen and I was left perplexed the whole time I watched it, but I laughed a lot and enjoyed its surreal qualities. This is easily one of the most unique and inventive comedies I've ever seen, and I think this film is a very underrated gem. Check it out if you get the chance.
A H (nl) wrote: one of the stupidest movies I have ever seen.
Brett W (br) wrote: In spite of the solid performances, especially Peter Weller, this movie is still about an apartment being invaded by a giant rat...
Mark C (nl) wrote: An initially light-hearted heist turns dark thanks to the performances of Al Pacino and John Cazale. Cemented by the fact that this is based on a true story.
Tris K (ru) wrote: One of my favorite movies ever!!!!
Stuart K (jp) wrote: 3 years after the surprise success of White Lightning (1973), United Artists wanted to do a sequel, but Burt Reynolds, now REALLY famous, was reluctant, United Artists made him an offer they couldn't refuse, Reynolds took them up on that offer, but only on the condition he could direct the film as well. While Reynolds shows he has what it takes behind the camera, the film is overlong and sags badly. Gator McKlusky (Reynolds) now lives a quiet existance in a swamp in Arkansas with his father (John Steadman) and Suzie (Lori Futch) making moonshine. However, it's not long before he's smoked out by the Feds, but it turns out they need him again, this time to bring down corrupt politician Bama McCall (Jerry Reed), a small time racketeer who has got lucky, and has managed to become a politician, working in the county of Dunston, Georgia. As Gator knew McCall years ago, he reluctantly agrees to help out, but he's soon lured into a game of set-ups and skulduggery, but he's helped by TV reporter Aggie Maybank (Lauren Hutton). It's a shame this sequel doesn't match up to White Lightning, as it started off with one hell of an amazing boat chase, but after this, it just sort of fizzles out and there's not enough action this time around, but Reynolds and the film's second unit director Hal Needham would work together the following year....
SK B (br) wrote: This is the best high school movie since John Hughes. With time, I'd love to see it recognized alongside The Breakfast Club and Stand By Me.
Darrin C (de) wrote: I fianlly saw this flick in full after many years of trying to. The effects are only somewhat impressive even for its time. The acting is good and not the actors' fault that the script seemed written by a first-timer for an experimental college project. I found the overall movie rather boring with more than a few awkwardly slow moments.