He's Just Not That Into You

He's Just Not That Into You

Remember that really cute guy who said he'd call – and didn't? Maybe he lost your number. Maybe he's in the hospital. Maybe he's awed by your beauty, brains or success. Or maybe... he's just not that into you.

Baltimore-based friends and lovers, all in their 20s and 30s, try to navigate their way through the complexities of modern relationships. A man helps his friend to interpret the subtle signs given out by her dates. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Stanley C (jp) wrote: Written with a completely irony laden anti-war and anti-racism plot combining that with superb special effects depicting pro-peace Caesar vs pro-war and violently bigoted Koba, the "Donald Trump" of the Apes, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes easily equals if not outmatches its predecessor.

Ian L (fr) wrote: omg.... yet another end of days story. No brainier from the start till end.

Aaron B (ca) wrote: The blatant disregard for historical facts are shameful. When making a film that is claiming to be historically accurate, you have a responsibility to NOT be selective in your facts, and show all of them. This film is nothing more than propaganda and is insulting to Israelis. We need to understand all sides...not just the ones that fulfill a political agenda. This film shows the chosen, VERY selective history it's creators want the audience to see. It in NO WAY portrays an accurate account of what actually took place. The creators of this film should be a shamed of themselves.

Randy T (fr) wrote: This could have easily turned into something cute and frivolous but Ozon has a way of turning a story inside out. Instead, Ricky is an angelic metaphor, an uplifting tragedy about coming to terms with devastating loss. An odd but lovable film.

andrew b (kr) wrote: If Bourne is the standard by which we are to measure espionage movies, and particularly the innocent-agency-assassin-seeking-to-clear-his-name-while-running-from-the-agency-and-dodging-armies-of-other-assassins, then Contract Killers is a must see. It has high production values, a credible script, and great camera work. Justin Rhodes, at age 27 or 28, wrote, directed, and edited this little gem, and as they say, that ain't hay. Is the film derivative? Only inasmuch as it belongs to a recognizable genre. Spy gets into predicament, spy runs, bad guys and cops run after her, sometimes they catch her, and then she has to get out of her new-fangled predicament: the way in which each feat is accomplished is what gives the film high marks. The film also gives nods to the triple-detente situations of the John Woo/Quentin Tarantino schools of film-making. While it obviously did not get picked up for distribution, Contract Killers did make it onto the Netflix instant watch list, and was certainly a worthwhile way to spend an hour and a half. disclaimers: I do not know anyone involved in the production, nor have they paid me for a favorable review. Also, if you like the wronged-spy vs. nefarious agency type of film, check out Hopscotch from the late 70's with Walter Matthau and a very young Sam Watterson.

Don S (au) wrote: Not what I was expecting to be sure. With Panettiere in it, I had my daughter watching with me as she's a fan - the sex scene near the beginning just about caused me to turn it off. However, that scene was really the only thing I had major objections to - and the nudity was not needed in my opinion. This is a love story; not a typical love story, but a story of endearing love that wins out in the end. Uplifting at times, depressing at others just like life. Trouble is I was in the mood for a rom-com, and this only loosely fits the bill since there is very little comedy. Worth watching though.

Veronica C (ag) wrote: watched this movie again because the first time I did, I had a really terrible dark copy. aside from the bloodspill being more clear in the second time I watched it, I remain unchanged in my rating. story and editing is still terrible.

Udayalaksmanakartiyasa H (br) wrote: I really like Carice's act in here. Her gesture is brilliant. The whole movie is enjoyable.

Vaibhav W (it) wrote: Proves once again why Katsuhito Ishii is one of Japan's most celebrated director. Pity the film is so eccentric it doesn't impress much!

David J (kr) wrote: somewhat interesting ideas, better than average cinematography.....um....Ryo Ishibashi! and a criminally under used Harry Dean Stanton....this flick really seemed to lack direction....

Christine M (fr) wrote: Top notch cast, great movie. Ginger Rogers is the heart of this film and plays off Kate Hepburn marvelously.

Scott M (mx) wrote: I didn't find a moment of the movie to be believable. Cameron spent millions on the look and nothing on the story. Waste of time.

Dylan D (jp) wrote: Much like Josh Baskin, Big may age in years but certainly not in spirit, the film as charismatic, thought-provoking, and touching today as it was the day it was released. A timeless tale of the meaninglessness of the passage of time and the importance of youthful exuberance, a gentle approach to life's most challenging problems and situations, and a healthy amount of fun along the way, Big represents cinema at its most magical. The film recalls the easier, more innocent years of childhood, but more importantly, conveys the message that the passage of time or the structure of the adult world need not blur or erase those child-like thought processes that can define the very essence of every individual that chooses to keep them at the forefront of their lives.

Ray M (fr) wrote: A totally unique take on the typical film about a relationship in ruin. I was totally involved from beginning to end and, without spoiling the quirky premise, this movie doesn't dissappoint. Watch it. It's not what you expect.