Summer 2002 - Paris Plage. Like a moving desert that causes mirages or like the legend that says love can be found where the sky touches the sand, by some simple coincidence a miracle ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Summer 2002 - Paris Plage. Like a moving desert that causes mirages or like the legend that says love can be found where the sky touches the sand, by some simple coincidence a miracle ...
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Jordan R (es) wrote: loved this. rza is my homeboy. now i need to watch the second one
Keegan W (us) wrote: Very comedic and actually makes you laugh. Despite, ya know, ZOMBIES, the scenarios and decisions played out are actually quite realistic. However, no matter how hard it tried, Shaun of the Dead could not completely cover up a tackiness that affected it's overall feeling of a "different" zombie movie.
Gordon R (ca) wrote: Teenagers hit a man in fishing boots, a year later a killer in fishing boots knocks them off one by one.
J L (br) wrote: A Good movie with another stupid frustrating chick, who happens 2 be played by Madeline Stowe. This was hard 4 me 2 watch i wont lie. I got pretty fuckin frustrated.
Alysia L (jp) wrote: Highly entertaining. Matthew Broderick is good at that.
Ian M (it) wrote: Belmondo and Deneuve strike sparks in a nicely perverse blend of Hitchcock, noir and crazy love.
armand e (ca) wrote: hmmm... could be the Joker when he was a kid...
Sean W (ca) wrote: Finally, after all the B-movies and weak horror flicks, Mary Elizabeth Winstead has a real shot at showing us what she's really capable of. She's the shining star in this, a well made, even handed and realistic insight into addiction. Aaron Paul supports her brilliantly, though he is in danger of being typecast as the partying substance abuser.
Colin O (jp) wrote: Struggling with the loss of his parents, Simon is given an assignment by his teacher to assess the impact a falsified news report can have. The web of lies Simon weaves goes too far and starts to affect his standing amongst his friends and may tarnish the memory of his deceased parents. In terms of dealing with grief and coping mechanisms, saying that your dead father was a terrorist who took your pregnant mother hostage on a plane is not going to be very affective. If anything's about to explode it's big can of worms. I feel that this film was never designed to work as a drama; more as a discussion piece about the audiences fears and prejudices of the unknown. The film itself features it's own kind of mock-trial on Skype, as all of Simon's friends chime in on a subject they are all too young to comprehend, like a coffee-shop discussion but through monitors. Seeing a young boy who doesn't know whether to romanticise his parents memory or destroy it, no teacher would ever ask a pupil to subject themselves to this scrutiny, making the film unbelievable and slightly exploitative. If you're familiar with director Atom Egoyan's other works, you may find things to like. But outside of the art-house crowd, i can't see this finding an audience.