French for Beginners
The story of Henrik, who takes part in a student exchange program with France. The only reason for this journey is to conquer the heart of his dream girl. Wild Partys, exciting trips, a crazy host family and of course his trouble with the French language turn the - at first unmeant - holidays into a memorable summer.
- Stars:Joseph Kaiser, Amy Carson, René Pape, Lyubov Petrova, Benjamin Jay Davis, Silvia Moi, Tom Randle, Ben Uttley, Teuta Koço, Louise Callinan, Kim-Marie Woodhouse, Rodney Clarke, Charne Rochford, François Goeske, Paula Schramm, Lennard Bertzbach, Élodie Bollée, Thaddäus Meilinger, Dietrich Adam, Charlotte Baglan, Virginie Bonnier, Andreas Borcherding, Melina Borcherding, Tom Bracquart, Camille Brunet, Isabelle Cote, Cyril Descours, Gérard Despouy,
- Country:Germany, France
- Director:Christian Ditter,
- Writer:Christian Ditter
Échange tells the story of HENRIK, who takes part in a student exchange program with France. The only reason for this journey is to conquer the heart of his dream girl. Wild Partys, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
French for Beginners torrent reviews
(es) wrote: One line summary: Neither scary, nor suspenseful, nor gory, nor interesting.------------------------ Parents Felix and Sol take children Sara and Adolfo on a trip. Sara starts her first period, which is a temporary alarm. After visiting a medic, they return to their motel, and the kids want to go exploring again. While waiting, the parents get interested in each other, and the time gets away from them. The sun goes down and the children have not returned from their trek to a steep, rocky hill. The police wisely advise to restart the search in the morning. The next morning, the police return the kids. However, not all is well. Sara draws some disturbing art. Both Sol and Felix get unexplained bruises on their bodies. Sara has an unexplained seizure when she sees a man who was around just before the kids went missing. The parents do a dastardly violent crime at night. The babysitter has an horrific blackout. That is just the beginning of the family's descent. Is the family doomed, or will they find a way back to sanity?-----Scores----- Cinematography: 8/10 Good, but not great. Sound: 7/10 The actors were well-miked, but I was paying more attention to the sub-titles. The music was only mildly helpful for setting mood. Acting: 3/10 Some people were in front of cameras while they hit their marks and said their lines. I would not call any of this good acting, however. There was way too much time spent with the camera on Laura Caro's stone face while someone off camera spoke. Francisco Barreiro was quite unconvincing. Screenplay: 2/10 The film does tell a story, but it is neither interesting nor well told. The SFX and the hallucinations were not convincing at all.
(es) wrote: I Know What Killed Me! Sitting through this pathetic excuse for a movie!Most good films are blessed with either a decent screenplay, competent acting or directorial flair, very good films have two of these traits, and a few cinematic masterpieces have all three. Some however, have none of these qualities and Chris Sivetson's movie fits in this notorious category.It's very rare that I rate a film with half a star, but this movie fully deserves this condemnation. It's an insult to unproduced screenplays, sitting in slush piles on executive's desks, that an inane pile of shit like this not only gets made, but gets glossy Hollywood treatment. This film has nothing to recommend it, the narrative gets lost before five minutes have elapsed, Lindsey Lohan's performance is laughable, and the supporting cast are incompetent at best. Riding on the coat-tails of blockbuster horrors as Hostel & the Saw movies, this boasts no imagination in the shadows of this film and fully deserved the honour of being named the WORST PICTURE OF THE YEAR!Fucking Shit!!!
(it) wrote: Poor man's "Fly" but a good monster effect trick of having the monster CGI from the waist down so the close ups matched better and no fat insect legs on the long shots.
(jp) wrote: Enjoyable movie that tugged a little at both the conscience and the heartstrings.
(ca) wrote: a well made sci fi Bmovie. Bruce Cambell is acting!!!
(it) wrote: This documentary was so bittersweet...all those children who were saved by Britian (the US Congress declined to accept children here, not our fiinest moment). But all those families who were forever torn apart. Worth watching, definitely.
(nl) wrote: A timeless tale topped with some great performances.
(mx) wrote: A thrilling adventure with two dalmatians rescuing 99 dalmatian puppies! The movie was very entertaining especially the villain Cruella De Vil and her two henchman Horace and Jasper.
(de) wrote: This story don't have any contact with reality whatsoever. A blonde hot female teacher is spinning a class of anti-school pupils around her finger, and going into fire to save them. The schoolsystem in the states is fucked, at least the story has some truth to it.
(ru) wrote: People always pair up Forever with Batman and Robin, and that's kind of unfair in a way! Batman and Robin was complete CRAP, Batman Forever isn't that bad, nor is it good by any means it's just mediocre as hell. I did like the performances done by Carrey and Jones. The villains are cartoonish but that's what they were going for.
(es) wrote: A good Halloween movie to see your any time this was a funny movie.
(au) wrote: Again, it's Elvis ... What's not to love?
(ru) wrote: A very cute film with a great ensemble cast most noteworthy Simone Signoret, Vivian Leigh, and Michael Dunn. Stanley Kramer does a wonderful job directing this and it has great writing, art direction, costumes, and music.
(ag) wrote: marginally funny, but didn't really feel like a Kevin Smith film (probably because he didn't write it)
(jp) wrote: You'll be on your phone so much they should call it Event VERIZON.