I Do, I Do, I Do

I Do, I Do, I Do

An architect heads to the altar with her fiancé, unsure of her marriage and their future. She relives her disastrous wedding day, put together by her fiance’s overbearing mother, over and over until, with the help of his brother, she begins to face her biggest fears and discover what she really wants in herself and in her life.

A young lady gets engaged to the "perfect man". The groom';;s mother plans everything for the wedding. The wedding is over the top when it was supposed to be small and elegant. It turns out to be a miserable day for the bride and she wishes for a do-over. With the help of her fiance’s brother, she begins to face her biggest fears and discover what she really wants in herself and in her life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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David F (es) wrote: Some good period details and acting talent but the film kind of meanders eccentrically not unlike the business titan Howard Hughes, played here by the director Warren Beatty.

Birgit S (au) wrote: Those who eat meat- See / Best reason to go vegan, / Truth of climate change

Al M (ag) wrote: A found footage film that actually features recognizable horror icons, Penance is an entertaining piece of found footage torture porn that doesn't ever quite manage to transcend mediocrity. Featuring Tony (Candyman) Todd and Michael (Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer) Rooker, Penance follows a single mother whose stripper friend convinces her to start stripping in order to raise money to help with her ill daughter's medical bills. After some relatively innocent bachelor part gigs, she accepts a big-paying job that is shrouded in Eyes Wide Shut levels of secrecy. Of course, she is captured by religious zealots hell-bent on torturing the evil out of her. Engaging, but ultimately just exploitative and pointless, Penance is not one of the genre's great films, but it is better than some.

Walter M (fr) wrote: "Brevity is the soul of wit." Hamlet, Act 2, Scene 2 In "The Flight of the Red Balloon," Suzanne(Juliette Binoche) is a puppeteer and divorced mother of two, living in Paris with her son Simon(Simon Iteanu) while her daughter Louise(Louise Margolin) lives in Brussels with her father. Due to the hectic nature of her work, Suzanne has just hired a new nanny, Song(Song Fang), who is an amateur filmmaker from Beijing. She reminds Suzanne of herself at a younger age when she worked as an au pair in London. That leaves Suzanne plenty of time to work on her passive-aggressive relationship with a tenant(Hippolyte Girardot). Outside of an episodic structure that shows off Paris to its best advantage, director Hou Hsiao-hsien does little else of interest with "The Flight of the Red Balloon", missing a valuable opportunity to comment on a meeting between eastern and western cultures with the arrival of a puppetmaster from China.(He does love his trains, though.) Sadly, there is also a bit of a running homage to the classic short film "The Red Balloon" which is a large mistake because you are never going to compare favorably to such a great movie, especially one that accomplished so much in so brief a running time.

Isabel B (es) wrote: I saw it longtime ago and I thougth that was strange but interesting... and the main actor... I love it.

Rishi J (de) wrote: Fight club is one of the best movies I have ever seen. Great acting. Great directing. Great story. Great action. And the most important thing, everthing is perfectly fitted into the movie. This is almost perfect. The twist is so great that you will see the whole film with a different perspective. And does it make sense even after that? YES. 99% of the time. There are constant hints thrown during the course of the film but still most people won't see it coming. ***********SPOILER ALERT*************Even after this it is not perfect. When it is revealed that Tyler Durden is the narrator himself, some things don't make sense. There are instances when the narrator and Tyler Durden are not together every time. In some places we see them in different places. So were was Edward Norton actually? In the end Tyler shoots himself in the mouth and doesn't die. During the start Tyler says that the house isnt capable of having even a single person. And turning light on in one room made the other one go out. But we see a full gang staying in that house perfectly. There are maybe one or two instances more that defy logic. ************SPOILER ENDS**************The film's pacing is slow in maybe one or two parts and there are too many Pepsi product placements which annoyed me. In the end this is an unmissable movie. Highly recommended.

Ben W (es) wrote: [b]Night of the Living Dead[/b] - George A. Romero's beginning to his zombie film comes off as a much weaker film than [i]Dawn of the Dead [/i]which was filled with some great social commentary, wit, and straight-up fun. In this film, which has inspired a number of other movies' plots (the idea of being trapped in a building with no way out), the zombies are outside, the people are inside, death is somewhere inbetween. The films' main issue is that events take too long to occur, and I'm saying this because when I looked at the time an hour into it, what had happened felt like it should have happened in thirty minutes, for this leaves little time left for things to happen. However, other than this, the film is chilling at moments and overall, just good filmmaking. [b]Postmen in the Mountains[/b] - This little film from China gives us some great insight into the similarities of generations. Through it's beautiful cinematography, we're told the story of the Son as he goes on his first post route (done the old fashion way, by foot). The Father feels obligated to show him the ropes, and in their time together, the Son discovers a new love, a father he never had, and a purpose in life. The aesthetics alone are enough to recommend this wonderful little film. [b] Collateral[/b] - Michael Mann gives us a great action flick that's real action lies in the cab, not in the clubs and dark alleyways. We're given Vincent, a character that will be remembered in the history of movie baadasses, and he's not your normal serial killer---he thinks and justifies what he's doing through nihilism. He makes some truly good points about our society, and Foxx's Max is that society---going through the daily routines and delusions until something big hits them. The use of digital cameras gives it a more realistic feel, and its a nice break from the norm. The soundtrack is one of the best of the year; however, the staind song brings it down a notch. This film will surely give you a heart-pounding time while also interrogating your deepest societial beliefs. [b]Darkman[/b] - This is a light piece of entertainment from master entertainer Sam Raimi. Its main flaws are its miscasts Liam Neeson and Frances McDormand as its title characters. The real reason we're hear is to see the expirimental special effects of the late 80's and early 90's, like when 'Darkman' starts raging and we see the world surrounding him break apart in flames. It has the visually interesting style from Raimi mixed with some bad writing and some marginal acting, but because the real star here is Raimi, it turns out good (yet forgettable), in the end.

Jessie V (jp) wrote: PAT is a scary bitch.

James K (it) wrote: Inventive, funny, and just the right amount of weird, 'Something Wild' starts out as a mostly lighthearted road trip movie but takes a sudden turn halfway through, resulting in a strange and far more sinister second half.

Cher S (au) wrote: One of my ALL time FAV Christmas movies!!

Bruno V (ru) wrote: Not that bad and a fine ending for Hawke's caracter ! But seeing it once is enough .