In the summer, 27 year-old Sam drives towards the south of France in his Ford. He meets Matthieu and his sister Léa and takes them along in his apparently aimless journey. Matthieu has a crush on Sam and tries to seduce him. Léa is a beautiful, young, provocative girl who likes men so much that she got pregnant. She soon brings along Jérémie with them. Throughout the trip, they learn to know, fight and love each other. In spite of a blooming relationship with Matthieu, Sam isolates himself because of his secret: he is headed for Spain to find his long-lost mother.
- Stars:Yannick Renier, Léa Seydoux, Nicole Garcia, Théo Frilet, Pierre Perrier, Micheline Presle, Gérard Watkins, Marie Matheron, Luis Hostalot, Ludo Harley, Samuel Vittoz, Quentin Gonzalez, Romain Scheiner, Anne Duverneuil, Camille Dupuy,
- Director:Sébastien Lifshitz,
- Writer:Stéphane Bouquet (screenplay), Vincent Poymiro (screenplay), Sébastien Lifshitz (screenplay)
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Going South torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: The premise had a lot of promise when I first read about it in the Globe and Mail, but the execution of it was awkward, rambling and disjointed. Ostensibly, this is a story about a Canadian once-chef who finds a guru in the cook at the Canadian High Commission, but the Canadian characters and their various issues feel tacked on with tape right from the beginning. The real story is about Stella, her little scams, and her dreams of making a better life for herself by taking advantage of the "haves" whom she works for. Ultimately, the story is poorly told. There are little visual and musical stings at the beginning which seem to indicate that "this is a quirky movie", but the twists that they reveal (Surprise! The woman is the ambassor, not the man! Surprise! The man is a really good cook and a professional chef! Surprise! He wants to shop in the Indian markets instead of the Embassy grocery store!) are outdated and plodding. After that it went from one stretched-to-the-point-of-fatigue, suspension-of-disbelief trope to another. I was hoping for more when I rented this film, but was sorely disappointed.
(us) wrote: So Brick Mansions is a clich story, but it's fun nonetheless. It's fast, it's action packed, and it's got a little humor to lighten the mood. Paul Walker lives up to his name in the Action genre even after his tragic passing.
(br) wrote: fun and highly recommended, every parent of a gay child should see it!
(it) wrote: Tremendous movie, funny and heart-touching, loved it's hilariousness and drama from top to bottom!
(mx) wrote: A lot of good actors with little to do put pose.
(au) wrote: amusing Australian indie that will lift your spirits.
(ru) wrote: Its slow pace makes me bored.
(ru) wrote: Pretty dumb, but it gets a 4 for its entertainment value.
(kr) wrote: This movie was funny, but only becasue it was so bad. It was Tommy Chong trying to make a movie without Cheech Marin . Cheech's short cameo says it all....
(mx) wrote: Sam Fuller's late masterpiece and in my opinion his best film. Looking at it on Blu-Ray, this film feels incredibly fresh.
(mx) wrote: Robert Altman directs this film that doesn't really follow any story or structure, but feels more like a slice of life in Nashville, TN over the course of five days leading up to a political rally. It is like being a fly on the wall, bouncing from place to place and just observing these people in the world of country music, politics, and everyone living on the fringe in the city of Nashville. I haven't really seen too many films by Altman, but knowing a bit about his style, I wouldn't be surprised if this was his masterpiece.
(ag) wrote: The Black "Meet The Parents" isn't as shockingly hilarious (no ashes, no cat) but it's funny in places and entertaining. Fans of Robinson, Washington and Grier should like it.
(jp) wrote: Was ok not as good as it's proceedings
(us) wrote: The first Pixar film and the first entirely computer animated feature film has been rather overshadowed by the films that followed it, notably it's own sequels both of which were incrementally better. Watching this now, you can see how much they still couldn't quite do technically ... the dog is particularly not that impressive. What does stand up well even 20 years later is the amazing world building and a story line that is equally engaging to kids and adults ... something Pixar has consistently achieved.
(us) wrote: If you are to watch this, order the U.K. Blu Ray version of "Phenomena," and not the North American "Creepers" version.