Carolina

Carolina

Carolina is a 2003 romantic comedy film directed by Marleen Gorris, starring Julia Stiles, Shirley MacLaine, Alessandro Nivola, Mika Boorem, Randy Quaid, and Jennifer Coolidge. Lisa Sheridan has a cameo role in the film, and Barbara Eden has the uncredited part of Daphne. It is set in Los Angeles, California. Shot in 2003, the film failed to find a distributor and was released direct-to-video in 2005.

A young woman escapes her wildly eccentric family in search for a life of normalcy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Peter C (mx) wrote: I thoroughly recommend the film Two Days In New York.A quirky, saccharine-free romantic farce about culture clashes; dysfunctional though loving extended families; and the pursuit of love and sex in and out of relationships.The sole "message" being: we're all in the sewer looking up at the gutter (Oscar Wilde got it wrong), so get yourself as much love and happiness as possible - and deal with the shit head on.A joy!

Jillian L (ag) wrote: Thank god for the talented cast because I was not a fan of this script. It's slowly paced, and uber melodramatic. The acting couldn't even save some of the scenes, particularly the mother/daughter fight between Catherine Keener and Imogen Poots. The ladies gave it their best, and the emotion/feeling was there, but the words they were saying were ridiculous. It's a shame because it's such an interesting concept. I got what they were going for. Seeing the inner workings of the group and everything they went through juxtaposed with seeing them sitting on stage performing was interesting. And they all had some great moments. I didn't love Philip Seymour Hoffman's character, but he at least made him watchable. Now Christopher Walken, I did enjoy as the oldest member of the quartet. Also, the quartet music is beautiful. But overall, I'm still on the fence as to how I feel about this one.

Tyler S (kr) wrote: I will say this started off stupid and disaster like...I really wanted to turn off ..but as the movie evolved somehow I found some laughter and interest. Uma Thurman is a well known super hero named g girl who gets in a relationship with Luke Wilsons character. When he dumps her she uses her powers to make his life a living hell as he falls for someone else. It's a cool take on the superhero genre as it pokes fun and takes a look at a how a superhero maintains a relationship. .When I realized what the movie was going for I just enjoyed it and found fun in the subject material. Luke Wilson pretty bad here but the second half of the movie is much better.

Hektor H (mx) wrote: Hilarious! Great Spanish comedy!

Scott M (au) wrote: had a whole seat but only used the edge.

Maxwell S (jp) wrote: The film I always wanted Fellini to make.

Jo Y (de) wrote: A good Musical.I loved the cast members.

Stefanie C (fr) wrote: Visconti's directoral debut is a cinematic milestone both in noir and neo-realism. Brilliant adaptation of The Postman Always Rings Twice, depicting the descent of two lonely souls into lust, avarice, and desperation. The use of light and shadow emphasize the character development. The finale is one of the most ironic scenes in film history (omitted from the american versions).

Patricia C (jp) wrote: i seen the film, its is so a lovely film to watched it