When Eric and Marsha break off their long-term relationship, journalist Eric is able to weather it pretty well. He still has his long time canine companion Gabe, and his boss, Ms Andrews, wants to send him to London to open an office. But first Ms Andrews says Eric must find out the true identity of the best-selling author R L Dutton. A bigger obstacle for Eric's trip, however, comes from his dog. Gabe does not want to face six months in quarantine with big pit bulls and mastiffs waiting for an OK to the UK. Getting ideas from a pretty TV host, Gabe acts as Cupid Dog, doing his best to bring Eric and their neighbor Sara together. Gabe's plan works, only to go up in smoke when Eric realizes Sara is the mysterious author. Now Sara thinks Eric was just using her for a story before leaving for London. Gabe the Cupid Dog must go to new lengths to get Sara and Eric to tie the "leash."
Writer:Pierre David (story), David DeCrane (story), Michael Feifer (screenplay), Michael Feifer (story)
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Luciano G (us) wrote: The movie had a couple surprises, but most of the time you knew what to expect..... I liked the casting and the actors did a good job with the story they were given....all in all is a "easy-watching" film: not bad and not really good.....
Heather B (jp) wrote: Relatable, but that's about it.
Brian M (ru) wrote: Looks absolutely dreadful. The animation looks as if it was made using Windows '95. And the plot sounds horrendous.
Barnaby G (jp) wrote: A good call to arms which ultimately failed. Must have been painful for Moore.
Ryan S (de) wrote: Everything about this movie was perfect.
Stephanie C (ag) wrote: A startlingly accurate look at a sad but talented singer of a pivotal band. Sam Riley channels all of Ian Curtis' angst, desperation, confusion, and hurt. When he spasms on stage, whether as part of a dance or during a seizure, it could very well be footage of Curtis.
Jessica A (kr) wrote: Liked this one. It's like a documentary only fictional. The ending has a twist
Richard D (br) wrote: I don't think I can launch a serious defense of this one. It's pure formula from beginning to end. Van Damme is usually not much of an actor and he's even less of one here. Robert Guillaume offers some solid support, but really, most of the actors in this aren't a whole lot better than Van Damme. But I like this one, and I like it because it manages to execute the formula well without veering off into extraneous nonsense and without taking itself too seriously. It's solid entertainment if you like this kind of thing.
Vernon G (ag) wrote: Remembered watching this dozens of times when I was about 5 or 6, so much so, that one particular time when electricity was gone, I asked to watch it again and my father made me sit and literally stare at the videotape for an indeterminate amount of time.
Calvin L (mx) wrote: More movies should be made about the art of percussion! just amazing
Chris S (au) wrote: Another awesome Spike Lee movie. A pretty tight, suspenseful, funny movie packed with great music. oh and another entertaining performances from the always awesome Denzel Washington.
Jeffrey M (it) wrote: A renowned romantic epic of the 80s, Out of Africa is a long, though undoubtedly grand, spectacle. The film centers on Isak Dinesen, known as Karen Blixen-Flecke, a Danish woman who marries, largely for convenience, her friend Baron Bor Blixen-Flecke, soon embarking to her farm in Africa. It is here that she encounters a different sort of way of life, and meets the inevitable swashbuckler, Denys Finch Hatton, an easy man to be enchanted with but a difficult man to love.The film has a lot going for it, notably its absolutely beautiful cinematography, capturing the captivating and epic African wilderness. Its cast is an admirable one, with Meryl Streep giving her characteristic powerhouse performance, supported by the talented Robert Redford and even Klaus Maria Brandauer. We can't help but be taken with their dynamics, and with the films backdrop, we are swept up in the sheer gravitas of what's going on. This keeps the film engaging and enjoyable for its almost three hour run.There's two notable criticisms, however, that stand out for the Oscar winning epic. One, the narration by Meryl Streep is overdone, and the accent much too thick, something that doesn't match her cadence in the actual film. This is both annoying and distracting. Second, the relationship between Streep and Redford is never quite as believable as it should be. The chemistry between the two seemed inconsistent, with Redford's characterization being the weakest of the film. We never quite "buy" him, we're introduced to him in one of the opening scenes, and the film never feels much of a need to really elaborate on his back-story or motivations outside of that.Overall, however, the film is simply too well executed from both a technical level, and from a narrative standpoint not be compelled by.4/5 Stars