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Christi S (jp) wrote: Two thumbs way up. My kids love this and I enjoy it enough to let them watch it over and over again. The music is great!!!!
Shelby P (au) wrote: Awful movie. Full of horrible acting and streotypes. It won't teach your kids anything.
Leon B (br) wrote: Review:This is a sweat movie about a elderly man who can't find the will to live after the death of his wife. After deciding to live in Paris, he befriends a young French girl who brings a little joy to his life but he can't fight the depression from loosing his wife. Although I found the storyline touching, I did get bored after a while because the pace of the movie is really slow and it's nearly 2 hours long. You do get to see Michael Caine in a different light and he does bring a lot of emotion to his role, but I found myself waiting for something to happen. The chemistry between Caine and Poesy was quite good, but the director didn't have to make it so long. In all, I did find the film to be a little depressing, but the acting is great and it was funny to see Caine trying to dance. Average!Round-Up:Michael Caine seems to be taking a lot of independant roles lately, which isn't surprising after starring in big blockbusters like the Batman movies, Now You See Me and putting his voice to the Cars 2. He always pulls out great performances, no matter what the budget is, which is why he will always be classed as one of the best in his field. Clemence Poesy has also starred in some big movies which range from the Harry Potter franchise to 127 Hours and In Bruges so she isn't a newcomer. I liked her sweat and innocent approach to her role which really worked in this movie, especially alongside Caine's character. Anyway, the movie does drag after a while but the subject matter is touching.Budget: N/AWorldwide Gross: $2millionI recommend this movie to people who are into there touching dramas about a elderly man fighting depression after he looses his wife to cancer. 4/10
Adam S (jp) wrote: Watched it on the Free Spot. Now I know why.
Stefanie W (us) wrote: ya thats me to!!! (its good)
Private U (nl) wrote: good lord patrick looks dapper on that cover art
Crystal W (ag) wrote: I miss Jonathan brandis :(
Roland S (au) wrote: The Big Fucking Giant?
Steve G (ca) wrote: I despise every character in this film, except the black family. Harry is so self-centered, at the expense of everyone else's convenience, it's maddening. It would have been sweeter if all of the characters weren't so contemptible. Only worth seeing for Carney's performance.
Trent B (es) wrote: This is definitely one of my all-time favorite movies. I can still watch it, and I've seen it a thousand times. It's hilarious, even today, and the characters are unforgettable. You have to pay close attention though, because the quick wit nestled in almost every line can be missed. Worth watching again and again.
Ember B (de) wrote: The Japanese version. Much better, it's actually good!
James H (kr) wrote: AKA: Lune de Miel. This was surprisingly not bad, Nathalie Baye is quite good. It is suspenseful, an unusual plot of a woman going to an agency that specializes in marriages for foreigners so they can get citizenship. In this case, the husband turns out to be a stalker. It moved along fast, good supporting cast too.
Juan David C (jp) wrote: The continuous stream of sight, sound, and motion creates a here-and-now excitement that immerses the viewer in the cinematic experience. In order to blur the border between art and nature, the technological history of film can in fact be viewed as a continual evolution toward greater realism. The motion picture has progressed step by step from drawings, to photographs, to projected images, to sound, to color, to wide screen, to 3-D and beyond. All right, but what the filmmakers did with this film aiming to accomplish such realism is just madness.