Lasting tradition clashes with new ideas in director Ariel Winograd's tale of a mischievous pre-adolescent whose family spends their summers basking in the comfortable surroundings of a picturesque Jewish country club. Ariel is a young boy whose family enjoys the high life. When summer rolls around his mother leads an Israeli dance class at the local Jewish country club, and his grandmother seems to have a special knack for always winning at rummy. His sister Natalia is rarely seen without roller skates lest she need to beat a hasty retreat from her overbearing suitor, and his brother David's hormones are raging like a white squall. As Ariel and his friends hop on their bikes and explore the grounds of the country club it feels as if life simply couldn't get any better, but sometimes life in this highly exclusive paradise isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Herbert C (fr) wrote: An innocently heartwarming and thought provoking korean drama film.
Peter S (us) wrote: Just a simple feel good movie, predictable in some ways, but still enjoyable.
Petros T (kr) wrote: "Red 2" continues the successful formula of "Red" with more of the same: spectacular action, plot twists, a great cast, subversive humour and a vibrating, realistic chemistry between the main characters.
Thomas H (kr) wrote: I really liked the first Mirrors, but this isn't as good. It had enough in it to keep me entertained, but not as much as the first. It has a good amount of blood and gore, a few jumps, and it's pretty eerie and creepy throughout. The ending seemed a lot like the end for the movie Sleepy Hollow, though. But if you like the first Mirrors, I recommend watching this sequel.
Robert D (br) wrote: A fun movie that takes a little time to get moving, but when it does, it's a hoot.
Eve C (kr) wrote: ..."secouons nous la main , je dis..."
Dan M (au) wrote: Not much of a plot here, but enjoyable nonetheless, thanks to likable characters performed by an all-star cast before they were stars! It was so fun to see these well-known actors at the start of their careers. This was a really nice period piece.
Scott R (mx) wrote: A Tennessee Williams' typical tragedy.
Anna N (kr) wrote: Dietrich and Milland = want to see it.
john p (fr) wrote: One of the action film
James B (fr) wrote: a man who is seemingly happy, and has the world, has his life taken away when he loses his son. the movie follows the dad (Sam) on his journey to come to grips with what happened, and along the way he finds himself, and his son, through his sons music. the movie fails to grip any one true emotion, and kind of pulls you up and down until it comes to an end. i gave it 4 stars because it was a great story, and was well acted (especially the chemistry between Crudup, and Yelchin), and directed. if you are in the mood for a heartbreaking movie, with some intermissions, and twists, this is a pretty good choice.
Kassy S (jp) wrote: this movie looks funny and i'm sure i would enjoy seeing this one.