Côte d'Azur

Côte d'Azur

For summer vacation, Marc (Melki) and Béatrix (Tedeschi) take their two kids to the seaside house of Marc's youth, where their daughter takes up with a biker and their sons roams the beach with his best friend, who is in love with him. Things get steamier when Béatrix's lover Mathieu shows up, and Marc's old flame appears.

For summer vacation, Marc (Melki) and Béatrix (Tedeschi) take their two kids to the seaside house of Marc's youth, where their daughter takes up with a biker and their sons roams the beach with his best friend, who is in love with him. Things get steamier when Béatrix's lover Mathieu shows up, and Marc's old flame appears. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Anson W (fr) wrote: another favorite Jia Zhang Ke movie

mr fresh (ru) wrote: was so funny dis is 1 of my favorte movies

Dillinger P (ag) wrote: Inarritu has became something of a film making guru in recent years, with the Revenant and Birdman sweeping critics into a frenzy, however delving back into the extremely talented directors back catalogue, we find a plethora of work that is wonderfully art house and pretty essential viewing. 21 Grams is on paper and for most of its run time an astounding achievement in cinema, however its inability to round off a gripping story, with a second act bathing in self absorbtion, 21 Grams leaves you feeling, slightly let down with its final moments. The film follows 3 different strangers, who's lives all intermingle around a horrid accident. 21 Grams decides to take the non linear approach, dipping in and out of these time lines, at whatever moment it deems fit and surprisingly it works perfectly, each scene feels completely isolated yet essential for the telling of the story. It never feels confusing or intrusive, jumping about different time periods in character lives, with no sense of order or time scale and if anything its a testament to Innaritu for managing to pull this kind of trick off. A large part of this is completely down to his cast, Naomi Watts, Sean Penn and Benecio Del Toro are all brutally effective, each of them having such a wonderful spark of energy and emotional weight required to drive home such a complex character piece. However 21 Grams falters when it comes to wrapping up its story, what starts off as a wonderfully simple and heartfelt tale, soon derails itself completely into preposterous territory and it feels the need to wallow in this moment for as long as humanly possible. The story works best when it is keeping it raw, simple and full of emotion, it doesnt work so well, when it continually repeats itself over and over again, with moments that add nothing new to the piece, characters will repeat actions and motivations continually almost for the sake of making it abundantly clear of the movies messages, just in case you were too lost too follow, the problem is that, there isnt much on offer here apart from a really contained story, one that really could have done with 20 minutes shaved off. All in all 21 Grams is marvelously crafted, brilliantly acted and gripping when it centres solely on character, it wades into murky waters however with a weak final act and a sense of impending boredom.

Agustn S (au) wrote: Toy Story 2 succeeds in every level. From it's outstanding animation, brisk pace and fantastic sense of humor, all the way down to it's talented voice cast and it's diverse and thoroughly developed array of characters, Pixar has achieved a worthy sucesor to Toy Story, while at the same time, crafting one of the most polished, touching and hilarious animated film ever.

Paul P (it) wrote: I like Todd Haynes, like this story and i love Julianne Moore!

Simon D (us) wrote: Based on a comic book written by Liam Howlett of the Prodigy, this is entertaining enough. Has a very young Naomi Watts in it and some other bizarre cameos. This is pretty much a Mad Max for girls.

Robert G (fr) wrote: Funny, and highly relatable for most midwesterners.

Samir S (ru) wrote: Passionately conceived Work of Art...

paul w (mx) wrote: you b-movie fans out there must see this a zombie x-men clone if u like. funny and cool as hell. even tho it does'nt mean to be. class act.... no script lol

RiP M (es) wrote: I have a thing for Patsy Kensit. Now go away and leave me alone!

debra b (br) wrote: what a great compilation

Deke P (br) wrote: saw it in Sacramento with whatsher name. Loved it. Especially L.A. way back, and Avalon, Catalina, the Yacht Club, etc.

Randy P (us) wrote: It is grotesque in physicality and I guess all around, but it is pretty fun to see since there are people in the world who are the characters in this film.

Conor W (us) wrote: Quite enjoyable, prefect Sunday afternoon fare. Newman's character was a little whiter than white and could have used a bit of Hud to give the movie more of an edge. In general the supporting cast were one-dimensional and stiff in that quaint 1950's style. Oh and yeah the premise of the relationship between Anthony and Joan was kinda broken - basically let the movie roll and don't ask too many questions.

Frederick v (au) wrote: O dono de um canal de televiso pouco conhecido recebe fitas de vdeo com contedo violento e sadomaso como uma sugesto de programao. Ao assistir a fita, as pessoas entram num transe e interagem com a televiso de uma maneira ertica.

Kashan P (br) wrote: The work of Hilary Swank is extremely commendable, it's just a shame that Boys Don't Cry's premise doesn't do such a good job at distracting from the inevitable, despicable end that hate crime victim Brandon Teena met.