Can This Be Love

Can This Be Love

University students Ryan and Daisy probably couldn’t be any more dissimilar, with Ryan splitting his time between his nursing studies and a part-time job and Daisy, a Korean exchange student, doing her best to blend in with an unfamiliar culture. At first, their differences ignite an intense dislike for each other, but eventually, they discover they have more in common than they think perhaps even love.

University students Ryan (Hero Angeles) and Daisy (Sandara Park) probably couldn’t be any more dissimilar, with Ryan splitting his time between his nursing studies and a part-time job and Daisy, a Korean exchange student, doing her best to blend in with an unfamiliar culture. At first, their differences ignite an intense dislike for each other, but eventually, they discover they have more in common than they think — perhaps even love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Alan S (br) wrote: Feeling quite nauseous with all the one-man camera action - don't waste 1hr. 25mins of your life on this guff! "guff" (Noun) nonsense, rubbish, a cloud of foul gas left hovering in the air after some b*stard just farted

Justin B (jp) wrote: Absolutely, positively unwatchable. The mockumentary/news framework is extremely dull and the acting is so emotionless and static that the awful CGI robots give more convincing performances.

Juliet A (us) wrote: I found this really dismal, slow and boring. I just kept wondering why she had agreed to appear in this film. The only thing I enjoyed was the song 'You belong to me'. The rest of it was super-dull.

Natalie M (jp) wrote: A beautiful film about Jack Cardiff and his brilliant work as both cinematographer and director.

Frank Santos C (mx) wrote: Yeah! Girl power! Excelent documentary.

Chris S (nl) wrote: it was all right good mix of actors.

Robert H (it) wrote: Sold and trailered as a comedy, this film is never funny, largely annoying (thanks to Vince Vaughan's infuriating character), with undertones of wannabe-serious-drama at the start and finish.It's a misguided hodgepodge, and it's difficult to believe that Jon Favreau would go on to direct Iron Man.

Beth P (ca) wrote: I can't forget all the songs in this movie, I salute the father's love to his children (just like papa)...

Tom H (fr) wrote: Good original western revolving around a murder and the unstoppablejustice that follows in the shape of a determined Swedish immigrant. myoh my there was some lousy acting to behold here, with the exception ofHayden, Cabot and..... let's just call that last one "the badguy"(Bogart lookalike). I must say i find the whale spear vs. arevolver kind of amusing, but actually quite plausible if you canbelieve it. The story ain't much but it aims to please. It is alwayssatisfying to see the average Joe stand up against tyranny and evils.o.b's. So by all means watch it if you enjoy old school western'sthat stand out a little from the rest.

Ennis Brokeback L (gb) wrote: Not one of the best in the series but there are definitely worse Godzilla movies. At least this time Godzilla gets another monster to fight.

Philip L (mx) wrote: Boy meets girl, people die. Best non-Tarantino directed Tarantino by far. Cracking quotable dialogue as you would now start to expect. Great performance from Hopper playing the good guy for a change!

Ashley H (nl) wrote: From the Terrace is an excellent film. It is about an ambitious young executive who chooses a loveless marriage and an unfulfilling personal life in exchange for a successful Wall Street career. Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward give incredible performances. The screenplay is well written. Mark Robson did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama. From the Terrace is a must see.