Olívia, a fashion executive, and José, a photographer, gets together in Paris, having casual sex and talking a little about relationships. And, in some days, they meet again in another city. And another one. And another... Latitudes is a trip around the world, the love and the poem of living.
- Stars:James Arrington, Elle Deets, Darrel Guilbeau, Yuri Lowenthal, Julia Max, Joseph Medrano, Daniel de Oliveira, Michel Noher, Elisa Volpatto,
- Director:Felipe Braga,
- Writer:Felipe Braga, Teodoro Poppovic
'Latitudes', a modern love story shot in 8 different countries, tells the story of Olivia (Alice Braga) and Jose (Daniel de Oliveira), two travellers who have one-night stands in legendary ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: Sick as fck but awesome
(nl) wrote: One of the WORST horror movies I have ever seen ...wasn't fun...boring as hell...acting was terrible...and the deaths and special effects were AWFUL....do not WATCH!
(gb) wrote: Awesome old school movie, watching it now!
(ca) wrote: Dream A Little Dream is one of those body swap movies. Took me a while to figure that out since the beginning of the film is awfully confusing and almost seemed liked it was going to be one of the worst movies ever. Soon enough, we realize that an old man scientist and his wife conduct some mind transfer experiment that somehow transferCorey's character, a troubled high school teen, and part of another girls character into body swap. And there's a dream world. The huge problem with this film is that nothing is ever clearly established, stuff happens quickly, scenes come in and end without much impact, and you genuinely don't care. You feel like there's supposed to be this thing where the old man and Feldman will learn something positive from the body swap, and I suppose they do, but instead I pity the old man and think Feldman's an asshole for playing with this old man and refusing to swap back just because his life is screwed up, so he makes the old man repair it for him in Feldman's body. It's sloppy, uneven, and lacking clarity. I like the Two Coreys, and the old man played by Jason Robards is a good character, but the film really amounts to nothing. I see exactly what it was trying to do, and I even read the plot summary for this film and thought "Geez, the film didn't really bring on that vibe with much success, did it?" I really SOOOO wanted to enjoy this film, but man does it flop. Not sure if it was the script or the way it was edited, but something wasn't right with this film. There's a small handful of good moments, but when the whole film doesn't click in the end, that doesn't really seem to matter, does it?
(ru) wrote: Smith and Foxx get an A while the movie gets a D.
(us) wrote: This movie brings the laughs with plenty of sex jokes and poking fun at the dating scene in general. Even through the rude humor there is still a sweet and happy ending, but only for those that deserve it.
(ag) wrote: I went into this movie with low expectations, but was pleasantly surprised by this movie, especially the friendship and resolution of the stories.....
(nl) wrote: Why do people kill themselves? That is one of the central questions/themes that THE HOURS explores. Unfolding across three different time periods, this film tells the story of how the novel "Mrs. Dalloway" affects different women who have had to deal with suicide (or suicidal thoughts) in their lives. It stars Nicole Kidman as Virginia Woolf (who wrote "Mrs. Dalloway"), Julianne Moore as Laura, and Meryl Streep as Clarissa. Virginia Woolf, who has some mental health issues, is mostly confined to a country home with her husband and writes "Mrs. Dalloway" as a way to cope with her situation. Laura is a 1950's suburban housewife who, despite her external appearance, is very unhappy with her boring life. And then there's Clarissa, who is in a committed lesbian relationship and is planning a party for her writer friend Richard, who is also dying of AIDS. All three women have similar stresses and one of the strong points of the film is the way it seamlessly moves between each time period while still telling a unified story. It also deals with some weighty themes that will give you a lot to ponder aside from the key issue of suicide. Among these are social pressures and expectations, selflessness versus selfishness, what makes a person happy, etc. The acting supporting these elements was also top-notch, as would be expected from the outstanding cast, and each of the three lead actresses gets a scene in which to shine. I should also mention Philip Glass' score, which I was actually familiar with prior to seeing the film. I felt like his music was perfectly suited to the material, accurately conveying the sense of isolation, melancholy, and ennui common to all three of the central characters. However, the film's structure is partly its undoing, although not disastrously so. A lot of the dialogue is pretty on-the-nose, and the juxtaposition of scenes basically tells the audience how they should interpret what they're seeing rather than let them figure things out on their own. Still, the repetition of key dialogue from different characters and using match cuts to transition between time periods was an effective way to unify the narrative, as well as provide needed continuity. When it comes down to it, THE HOURS is a very well-made and well-acted film that deals with heavy themes and emotions, even if in a slightly pretentious way. This isn't a film I can see watching that often, if even a second time, but the potential for discussion and/or self-assessment makes this definitely worth seeing.
(au) wrote: Boring pointless existance
(nl) wrote: A fun film starring Jack Whitehall. Set in Cornwall it tells the tale of a 'bad teacher' who, having been refused a USA trip by his pupils parents, decides to take them to Cornwall. What ensues is a series of mishaps, adventures, and fun as they try to outwit a group of the CLA...
(nl) wrote: A wonderfully imaginative and exciting sci-fi adventure that successfully transports Robert Louis Stevenson's novel to Mars in order to portray some dazzling effects that truly qualify as special. The story works too, and the necessarily different sci-fi elements help distinguish this film from the original story. A truly fun and spectacular looking adventure!