Musician Gabriel and dimpled dry-cleaning proprietress Gabriela live like two strangers who no longer see each other. But in humorous contrast to their staid, passionless lives, characters in a constant state of sexual arousal surround them. Their libidinous teen son, whose hilarious voiceover commentary intermittently provides important narrative information, prides himself on being the high school stud and aspires to a career in porn. Gabriela's sexy employee switches boyfriends the way she changes clothes. And despite being married, Gabriel's colleague is working his way through the female members of their orchestra. Ultimately, the two Gabys find their virtual affairs reconnect them with their own desires, but in a way less movie-fantasy and more satisfyingly real-life. Written by Palm Springs Internation Film Festival
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Geoff J (fr) wrote: picks up right where Death Note left off and every bit as good.
Julien E (ag) wrote: Une bonne suite surpassant mme le premier film! Certes, encore plusieurs dfauts et on ne prend pas assez le temps d'exploiter le scnario, mais en gnral, c'est bien.
SV G (us) wrote: Nothing new here at all - BUT it was fun to see these 3 great ladies in a girlfriends flick. Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates and Joan Allen are fun to watch. Tom Skeritt is handsome as ever as the hunky truck-driver they meet as they cross the country together in a big ol' Bonneville convertable to carry the ashes of Lange's character (Anvilla) dead husband back to California to his over-bearing daughter played well by Christine Baranski. Fun lil chick flick for anyone but especially us gals a little closer to the age of the ladies in the film.
Victor V (nl) wrote: Really funy, it is dark humour and violent, but funy.
John P (nl) wrote: Decent cast, good twists. If you like con movies (and I do), check it out.
Meredith W (au) wrote: A classic due largely to what is still its great music..... Leroy's audition partner's curse-filled rant is still the highlight for me.
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Kenny N (kr) wrote: I wanted to like this movie more. The first half has so many great moments. But by the time the serial killer shows up, it keeps getting worse and worse until it reaches an ending so cheap and unfair that you feel cheated and lied to. Half of a good movie in here somewhere.
Peter B (ag) wrote: Not much needs to be said here. The best western ever made. Its mesmerizing score and epic plot combine to leave any fan of movies in awe.
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Simon D (au) wrote: Good fun stuff. Very unique directing style, engaging performance if at times squirm inducing. One of the most original films i've ever seen.
Matt M (it) wrote: A famous DJ has to cope with suddenly turning deaf. The mockumentary style is somewhat unnecessary, but the film itself is admirably ambitious and in the end a good heart warming feel good film about rising above unexpected obstacles.