Le code a changé
So called friends at a dinner party end up acting like a dysfunctional family.
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Chase V (ca) wrote: I fell asleep watching it.
Leo L (nl) wrote: Here's a movie that is a bit on the hilarious and quirky side of a love-comedy. Two individuals are instantly drawn together, as one makes a confession about a fantasy at a church that utlimately sets off a ring of mistaken identity and crazy mishaps. As he is mistaken for a priest, Nick is a carpernter making repairs in the church when he meets Vanessa. She is engaged to marry, and is starting to have mixed feelings about love and her fiance when she decides to talk about her anxieties. She decides confession is the best place for it. Rachel Leigh Cook and Kenny Doughty stars. Worth seeing!
Aslyn E (us) wrote: I just couldn't really get into this one, it's about a former Black Panther who returns to Philly after 4 years to find that he ain't welcome bar one former flame. It has a good cast but it moves too slow for me, it's not exactly a complicated story but it goes along like a snail trying to wring every last possible emotion from every scene. Nah me no like but I would still encourage others to try, it's going after some important (black) themes I just didn't dig the execution.
Gregory W (kr) wrote: lame story lame execution and just not scarey or suspenseful.
Gee G (ru) wrote: i love this movie... these guys are so stupid but they look at life like it is great "i wonder what the poor people are doing tonight" this line is so funny because they are pretty poor as well.
Alfredo G (es) wrote: A wonderful, little know comedy full of laughs, twists, turns, and a 1990's comedy Dream Team; Michael J. Fox, the late great Phil Hartman, and legend Kirk Douglas among others. A definite must see if your in the mood for a good laugh.
Bob S (au) wrote: Beatty stars as, George, an ambitious hairstylist who just can(TM)t turn away (or down) his female patrons. The innocuous and flaky title and George(TM)s early romps from bedroom to bedroom hint that this 1975 film (but, set in 1968) would be a gratuitous sex comedy. Instead, the film is a sad depiction of the effect of the free love 60(TM)s on a man who deeply wants to be married, have a family and become a successful businessman. There are many strong performances (Beatty, Christie and Hawn); their characters all have an attractive hopefulness, but are all tainted and beaten by infidelities and loneliness. The first half of the movie lacks depth and you will lose interest. Unfortunately, the better half is too much of a downer.
Kevin P (kr) wrote: Een hele domme thriller die je normaal alleen voorbij ziet komen op het lifetime kanaal, maar dat neemt niet weg dat ergens in alle domheid er toch nog een klein randje van vermaak zat, alleen niet genoeg om deze film uit de gevarenzone te redden.
JeanPol C (gb) wrote: Good movie and good effects
Daniel G (it) wrote: Raging Bull may be a Boxing Movie Classic, but I still prefer Rocky. Scorsese loves to portray italian americans who apparently can only be mobsters or boxers; aggressive people nonetheless. Overall it's a good movie about a person with anger issues, very well acted by De Niro. Also, one of my thoughts watching this movie: Joe Pesci may be the most italian-american ever.
Sarah C (ca) wrote: (Spoilers) The movie is about a platoon ordered to search for Private James Ryan (Matt Damon) during World War 2 while fighting the German army in France. In the beginning of the movie you see an old man heading to the grave a fallen soldier and that soldier is Captain James Miller (Tom Hanks) the captain and his platoon ordered to take James home. The memories come to James as the scene was taken to the bays of France, D-day. The first soldier on the American side was shot on the head, so it started the action of the movie with bombs going off while the Americans and other allies tried to storm towards the beach eventually with the allies succeeding on the assault. Later that day James Miller got the orders to get a soldier named Private James Ryan to take him home because his other two brothers died in action. Private Ryan was a few miles away so Captain Miller throughout the movie along with a few other soldiers tried to get Ryan in the processes two soldiers died. They found Ryan and found out where he was stationed, they tell him the news and he doesn't want to go home he wants to stay there with his brother which is noble of him. Captain Miller agreed to stay and fight till reinforcements arrive against the German army. Ryan was still young, but mature enough to realize i need to stay here and fight. The whole platoon dies and reinforcements come at the last minute, now at this Miller was shot and Ryan stands in front of him as he laid dying, that's when the scene changed to the present day when Ryan is an old man. He never forget what Miller did and he reflects on it everyday of his life. This movie had its intense moments along with moments that made you feel more connected with the characters. Those moments that had its reality check making us realize that these men just enjoy the little things and are just wanting to go home to their families. The effects of War can leave lasting memories like it did with Ryan, but at the same time during the War others see them as superhuman, but they are just humans that are stressed and paranoid out of there minds. Even though Miller was a Captain and is supposed to show leadership and no fear, he takes his time to mourn and cry for his fallen soldiers because the pressure is just too much for him to take and just wants to go home. The movie had a good interpretation of D day in the beginning by applying the gun fire, landmines, and the sounds of soldiers using their battle cry, screaming in pain, or just shocked on the dead laying on the shore. That is the scene that got me hooked to the movie, also including the final battle in the town in France having that Alamo feeling being outnumbered by the Nazis. Overall the movie is worth watching and it makes you appreciate more for what these service men and women have to sacrifice, the story itself is good with good characters to back it up going more in depth to how they are feeling mentally and physically and the backlash it can have later in their lives. -- Fernando V.
kasia S (kr) wrote: "Human dignity plus compassion equals peace."
Sampsa K (ag) wrote: It's a boxing movie set in a prison - what could go wrong? Well: overacting, clumsy dialogue, pretentious camera effects and horrendous sound editing, for starters. Still, if you're a sucker of the genre, you might as well endure this relatively short piece of B-cinema.
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