Marcus finds himself in love and married to not one woman, but two. Every man's fantasy right? Wrong! Due to odd circumstances Marcus is forced to live under one roof with both of his wives... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
I Do... I Did!
Marcus finds himself in love and married to not one woman, but two.
- Stars:Evy Kristiansen, Ruth Mostrøm, Erik T. Harridsleff, Anne Rygh, Paal Horseby, Svend Wam, Tom Gundersen, Peter Rygh, Cherie Johnson, Marcus Patrick, April Scott, Antwon Tanner, Shar Jackson, Obba Babatundé, Gwendoline Yeo, Jazsmin Lewis, Teck Holmes, E'Lon Cox, Ross Jordan, Jordan Ross, Vicki Browder Johnson, Brooklyn Cox, Lina Gatineau-Elder,
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Muffin M (nl) wrote: A former valedictorian (Kristen Bell) quits her reporter job in New York and returns to the place she last felt happy: her childhood home in Connecticut. She gets work as a lifeguard and starts a dangerous relationship with a troubled teenager.also stars Mamie Gummer, Martin Starr, Alex Shaffer, Amy Madigan, Joshua Harto, David Lambert, Adam Le Fevre and John Finn.directed by Liz W. Garcia.
Freddie F (au) wrote: Not from 2004, as the site indicates, rather the late 70's, and one of the best films of the decade.
ShinyHappyPurple (de) wrote: Only down side is the little kid is slightly irritating
Brad W (it) wrote: An interesting movie you probably never heard of, but worth the time to watch it. It's nice to see unknowns work their craft.
Johnny T (it) wrote: Smart, satisfying and compact but so modest in scale that only true-blue fans will sense - immediately - that it's Woody Allen's best outing in many years. Allen gives us at least half a classic comedy - more than we usually get at the movies these days - while having some elegant fun with an idea that has intrigued poets and smart alecks through the ages: the interchangeability of comedy and tragedy. Full of entertaining vignettes that eventually make a happy mockery, as they're meant to do, of the tragedy vs. comedy dialectic. Radha Mitchell stirs memories of complex Allen heroines from Annie Hall on down, even if the action is dispersed via a larger ensemble cast which he currently favors. In its complexity and wit, this is one of his (Allen's) best recent films. It has great performances, snappy one-liners and a likeably tricksy structure, all wrapped up in an affirmative antidote to life's daunting complexities. Welcome back, Woody. VERDICT: "High-Quality Stuff" - [Positive Reaction] This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent. (Films that are rated 3.5 or 4 stars)
Frdric H (kr) wrote: Sadly The series is in bad shape for this 7th movie is boring !
Josh R (fr) wrote: Although lacking in the sheer horror of the events that took place, it still provides a good picture of life and escapes from an extermination camp. The dialogue is quite bad, the events take place in the wrong order and the film ends without explaining what happend to the survivors in detail. However it is still a great film about ww2 despite this.
Caleb M (fr) wrote: An odd little female-empowerment film set during WWII that suffers from odd plot developments and pacing. Hawn and Demme had some personal disagreements working on the film, and their arguments made a noticeable impact on the final cut. Sometimes it's hard to tell what Swing Shift is trying to say about women working during WWII. They're empowered, fall in and out of love, and learn new skills, but they also need men to pick them up and are made to feel guilty for not only new romances, but working for themselves. In the end the film settles for a bittersweet "we did it!" moment, but the film as a whole doesn't feel balanced. Maybe it's the difference between Kurt Russell's and Ed Harris' characters. Russell is undeniably more a star, so it makes sense to have him play the dark horse. Still, the film never decides whether it's alright for Hawn to cheat on her Husband (Harris) with co-worker Russell if they were really in love. I guess that's part of the point (does love confine itself to marriage?), but it feels like something got left on the cutting-room floor which would have made for a more satisfying and complete film.
Jennifer B (jp) wrote: It's John Wayne why not?
Jho R (es) wrote: Great story, but it gets lost in the details that Spike Lee fixates over. Really wanted to like it...but can only say it's okay.