How the Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer
Three generations of women in a Mexican American family experience sexual awakenings over the course of a summer.
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Ian A (kr) wrote: Thought this movie was going to be alot better than it was. The plot is not that good and Adam Sandler should stick to comedy he is not a very good dramatic actor, Don Cheedle does a good job the material is not good enough to make up for it.
Oliver H (au) wrote: I liked it! :)Especially Zooey (again)!
Taylor S (jp) wrote: Only saw, like, half of it, but amazing anad informative.
Sunny T (us) wrote: i want to see it now
Byron H (us) wrote: The movie has an intriguing kick start ... but the more time passes, the more it becomes apparent that the "resolution" will be contrived, and unsatisfying.
David M (us) wrote: I LOVE the crappiness of this movie!
Matt L (es) wrote: Ashley Judd can play any role. But I still am not sure why I watched this movie...
Mrchewbacca e (ag) wrote: Como Mexico no hay dos, jajaja
Julian R (au) wrote: One of my least favorite movies of all time. Terrible cast, Confusing plot, dull comedy, only thing thats good about this movie is Shia Lebouf. The action scenes are unrealistic and over the top. A car send off flying 20 feet in the air and they still survive.
Andruw F (au) wrote: It's not very funny, but has excellent writing and direction from Alexander Payne, and an oscar worthy performance from Reese Witherspoon who completely owns her character. Matthew Broderick and Chris Klein also give great performances, but there characters are not as interesting as Reese's, and you also care about her character more. This will be a disappointment to people expecting a hilarious comedy, (especially since it was put on a list as the number one funniest screenplay of all time) but they won't be let down and will still like it.
Patrick L (gb) wrote: "WOW! Paul Haggis, another dramatic ensemble piece, please do something different"DVD Movie Review: Third PersonDate Viewed: December 28 2014Written and Directed By Paul Haggis (Crash, In the Valley of Elah and The Next Three Days)Starring: Liam Neeson, Mila Kunis, Adrien Brody, Olivia Wilde, James Franco, Maria Bello, Caroline Goodall, David Harewood, Moran Atias and Kim Basinger.Writer and director Paul Haggis (Crash and In the Valley of Elah) has done it again. He has made another dramatic ensemble piece. His new film "Third Person" may have some good performances but his screenplay is full of baloney. Like his 2005 film "Crash" (which surprisingly won the Best Picture Oscar over "Brokeback Mountain"), "Third Person" has multiple storylines, each of them set in different city. This movie should have taken place in Boringville because the melodrama is overwrought and it's 2 hours and 17 minutes long.The movie begins in Paris where we meet a writer named Michael (Liam Neeson). He recently left his wife (Kim Basinger) and he has an on/off relationship with a young woman named Anna (Olivia Wilde). She has a terrible secret which is why she's unable to commit a relationship with Michael. In New York, we meet a troubled young woman named Julia (Mila Kunis). She was recently charged with attempting to kill her son but she firmly denies the charges. Her son is now in the custody of his artist father, Rick (James Franco). Julia used to be a popular soap star but now she works as a maid for a New York hotel just to make ends meet and trying everything in her power to regain custody of her son.In Rome, an American businessman named Scott (Adrien Brody) falls in love with an Albanian gypsy woman, Monika (Moran Atias). Monika's daughter, we learn, got kidnapped by a Russian mobster and is being held for ransom. Scott desperately wants to help Monika get her daughter back but she doesn't want his help or his money. Soon, Monika and Scott make love and come up with a plan to get her daughter back. As I mentioned before, this movie is very long, this sappy drama goes on forever. I did like Liam Neeson and Mila Kunis as troubled people trapped in an endless cycle of depression but Paul Haggis failed to make a compelling movie. "Third Person" is just a third-rate version of Haggis' Oscar-winning 2005 film.