L!fe Happens

L!fe Happens

A comedy centered on two best friends, Kim and Deena, who fight to maintain normalcy in their lives after Kim gets pregnant and has a baby.

A comedy centered on two best friends, Kim and Deena, who fight to maintain normalcy in their lives after Kim gets pregnant and has a baby. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Matthew G (br) wrote: This movie is complete TRASH! This is one of "those" movies that try to be inspirational but it fails to do so.

Marah R (mx) wrote: Another Chinese mafia action with a hint of freak martial arts.

William F (nl) wrote: An unreliable computer animation trilogy.

Eric H (kr) wrote: this awful movie is dedicated to my brother jason. :)

Karissa C (au) wrote: Cute and a bit funny and a bit feminist. Cosmic incident. :>

Doug J (br) wrote: Intriguing story that follows a traditionalist Muslim father who requires his modern French son to drive him across Europe to Mecca on pilgrimage. Great, understated frustrations throughout as they have to overcome interesting cross-cultural obstacles, and it is relaxing to see a variety of Muslims in normal, generous, devoted situations instead of serving as the enemy-of-the moment. No one is portrayed in romantic fashion, and the characters are humanly flawed and sympathetic. Wonderful to enter another world free of tiresome Americanisms. French and Arabic with English subtitles.

Kat V (fr) wrote: jonathan rhys meyer is HAWT. and so is the chick...she's all french.

Thomas D (ca) wrote: Tim Burton doesn't usually delve into the Sci-Fi realm of filmmaking, so Mars Attacks seemed like a good deviation for him while still maintaining his style. Burton certainly does that, with sometimes satisfying and always ridiculous results.One thing it undeniably has is an unbelievable cast. Jack Nicholson, Glenn Close, Michael J. Fox, Annette Bening, Pierce Brosnan, Sarah Jessica Parker, Martin Short, and Danny Devito star in this insane sci-fi romp. And that's just to name a few. In some ways, this is Tim Burton's Independence Day. The story is structured in a similar way with an ensemble cast sharing the load with interweaving stories. The aliens have similar intentions but with a slightly more comedic approach and horrific special effects.I was not on board with this film for the first 45 minutes. There were far too many characters to keep track of and I didn't really feel connected to them anyway. The film also seemed to be taking itself way too seriously. But once the aliens reach Washington D.C., it turns into a completely different film altogether. So in one hand, it's an uneven directing job from Burton. But on the other hand, the change of tone midway through kind of adds to the ridiculousness of the whole thing. Either way, I enjoyed my time with this sci-fi romp.Overall, it's a charming little sci-fi project from Burton, and we haven't really gotten one of those from him since. Although the budget skyrocketed to 70 million, which is a lot for the 90's, the story feels more personal and smaller scale than the similar Independence Day. The effects are brutal and would have been better off using stop motion like Burton had originally planned. But all of this pretty much leads to a harmlessly entertaining comedy that hits more often than not.+Tonal change helps+Cast+Ridiculous-Don't really care about all the characters6.8/10

Rose L (it) wrote: The film started out with a very brief scene of gore that was expected, but then quickly evolved into a very promising genre-savvy parody of movie musical westerns like "Paint Your Wagon," only to fall apart at the end and rely too much on cheap grossout humor.The gore effects were a valiant effort but were inconsistent, and also added little to the story. When the gore effects were more realistic, it gave the feel of some sort of double-bluff fake snuff film like "Cannibal Holocaust" which would have been brilliant, except it wears off quickly when you see some of the other scenes with painfully fake rubber bodies being ripped apart with cartoonish ease. I got the distinct sense that Parker and Stone couldn't decide what they actually wanted this movie to be when it reveals itself, and what begins as a tight narrative ends in a clumsy ending.Of the ending I would say that it was unclear if they were going for genre-savvy or genre-naive, but the presentation looks more like the latter. They seem to just throw up their hands and give up with a very un-imaginitive Western gallows rescue scene. I feel no compunction whatsoever in spoiling the ending because there is nothing about it you haven't seen before.The songs were probably the best thing about the movie, although Trey Parker's voice has all the subtlety of a cheese grater. He can hit the notes, but he hits them like a semi truck hitting a cloud of gnats with a cutting, nasal tenor.The humor was usually cheesy and cloddish, though there were a few clever jokes here and there that got a laugh out of me. On the whole I watched this film pretty well straight-faced.There you have it. A few catchy songs, a few fairly good gore effects mixed in with some dreadful ones, and a handful of moments that were sort of funny. That's all there is to see here.

Dan C (nl) wrote: Listening and watching Thelonious play is enough to know that the man is a genius and seeing his slow twirls on stage is enough to know that he is a little off in the head, but this documentary brings out stories of hilarity and sadness, about the artist, told by the people closest to him. After watching this I am on the verge of listening to every single recording.

Love M (ca) wrote: I loved this film! A great robbery classic with a brilliant cast. Michael Caine extremely young and bloody brilliant.

I dont know w (it) wrote: Spencer Tracy and Mickey Rooney? Looks like a classic.

Adolfo J (nl) wrote: Terrible and confusing storyline. Terrible audio, terrible visual effects. Terrible acting. Sigh... Simply a terrible movie

Amber M (kr) wrote: very good movie for Christmas time!!

Golia K (mx) wrote: "- As you go through life, there will be no shortage of people who will tell you how to live. They'll have all the answers for you, what you should do, what you shouldn't do. Don't argue with them. You know, say "Yes, that's a brilliant, brilliant idea," and then do what you want. And whenever you're right, strive for originality. But if you have to steal, steal from the best. Oh, oh, and if you take very good care of your styptic pencil and dry it after every shave, it will last longer than most relationships that you're in."

Sue B (it) wrote: The story wanders, but hey! it's a great Irving Berlin salute! Don't look for great acting, though.