Rémi François is a detective who is hired to find Ange Leoni, a Corsican who apparently has inherited a 2 million euros house.
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ray h (ca) wrote: The film looks good; and the acting is very good across the board. The problem is that the story is very, very, slight stuff. So, its enjoyable to watch the actors work; but the whole enterprise amounts to very little. New York, 20 something, young, aspiring photo/video artiste, Martine (Olivia Thirlby) moves in w/ a Calif. family to get help making her movie. She is supposed to be some sort of irresistible sexual being the husband/father, Peter (John Krasinski) and his young assistant cannot resist. She is young and reasonably attractive; but does not possess any sort of vampy, sexy, hotness. She would not stand out in any group of young women. Plus, her character wears a very short, Bieberesque haircut. Its not a seductive look. She resembles a wholesome, toothy, coffee shop barista. The wife, Julie (Rosemarie DeWitt), is a tall, slender, leggy, and charming, woman. She is still hot in her olde age of 30 something. Perhaps most importantly, she is still an available partner to her husband. His attraction to the new young thing does not make much sense. But, maybe he is just an incurable horn-dog?? Every character, down to the very young, elementary school age son, seems to be subject to sexual temptation at every turn. This is an odd household. The days go by. People are functioning in various social environments. There is fairly constant flirting and lusting going on. The story unfolds in a direct, A followed by B, followed by C, etc., manner. We eventually arrive at the end. Not much is put forth to consider by the film makers.
Fray D (mx) wrote: Diabolical which is particularly disappointing since it means that 2012 isn't the worst movie of the year, oh well.
Sara C (kr) wrote: I loved this movie. Nothing but fun, small existential crises and figuring things out. As close to British humor as you can get while still being American enough for audiences here.
Cody C (ag) wrote: I feel like all these kinda french quasi-thrillers are overrated, but they aren't bad by any means. They're just way overrated. They almost always have pacing problems and story problems. But they're well-acted and do enough clever things. Anyway, see it. It's good.
DC F (ru) wrote: Straight-forward WWII movie that I was suprised to see done so well. Enacts little known factual history that I've researched on but not enough. This film was quite enjoyable.
Jacob B (mx) wrote: Home Alone. It's a movie about a kid who has to defend his house from burglars while he finally gets the solitude he REALLY wanted. He'll basically go as far as try to straight up murd...er, I mean subject them to cartoony traps that could be life-threatening in real life. Sounds like a messed up movie, right? Wrong. While it is a bit uneven at times, Home Alone benefits from the great performances from Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci and the rest. The film is chock-a-block with big laughs and the fact that Chris Columbus is sitting in the director's chair helps to make what could've been an uninteresting premise - I mean, who would want to watch a film about a kid messing around after finally earning some peace and quiet all to himself, huh? - into an entertaining family comedy that manages to rank as a Christmas classic.
Martin T (mx) wrote: Amusing little cat-and-mouse thriller about an ex-CIA agent trying to publish his memoirs. It's not especially original (and it telegraphs its "surprise" ending too early), there's nothing particulary daring about it, and the technical aspects are entirely unnoteworthy. But it's witty and a lot of fun, with Walter Matthau carrying the film with ease. It's paced well and maintains a consistent tone, never taking itself too seriously, nor does it ever go veering into goofy slapstick. The Ned Beatty character could have used a little more depth, but otherwise I enjoyed it. Nice, easy to digest entertainment.
Christine R (us) wrote: Nice family movie that does a great job depicting the determination of one poor, black family in Louisiana during the Depression. Excellent acting by Kevin Hooks. The fact that Sheriff Roscoe Pecoe from the Dukes of Hazzard was the Sheriff here made me laugh (although it was not supposed to).
Roy L (ru) wrote: As gratuitous as it was, it showed lots of promise, and ended up just being mediocre. It's in the film's last 15-20 minutes when it really starts to come undone. A shame...