Let My People Go!

Let My People Go!

Everyone knows that Ruben is Jewish, gay, half-French, half-Finnish, an ungrateful son and disappointing lover, a thief who can’t help himself, and possibly a murderer to boot. The only person who doesn't know who Ruben is is Ruben himself. When he comes to a major turning point in his life, Ruben cannot make up his mind which way to go. Should he follow his people or his heart?

At Passover, Reuben, a French-Jewish man living in Finland with his Nordic boyfriend, finds himself back in Paris with his zany family after a lovers' quarrel. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Adriano B (es) wrote: The heroic antics of a samurai-accountant... Yes, japanese could even make that great, but this time they overextended a little bit themselves, especially when the abacus wielding and economically inclined white collar bushi results harsh and monstrous as it could be in these days of crysis, default and spread...

Pej D (gb) wrote: romantic drama of a couple in an open relationship leading to (surprise): falling for other people, including superman! and guess what, drama and jealousy are the aftereffects d'oh!!! and guess who's the casualty? the one that cares the most. have a touch and go attitude or you'll never make it!

Harry G (fr) wrote: Interesting rather than good, but well made.

Jess M (es) wrote: An interesting movie. A little dark, and as far as originality goes -- stringing together unrelated characters in this way is a bit overdone -- but overall, entertaining and memorable.

John Y (kr) wrote: Really cheaply made and poorly performed film. It has a good ending, but it doesn't make up for the rest.

Kyle E (fr) wrote: Whilst I'm by no means the worlds biggest fan of the most famous rap artist of all time, Tupac Resurrection is a fine example of how a bio-documentary should be. It is basically told in the late rappers own words. It's also a fascinating look at how the artist took rap and pushed it from what it once was to what it is today. Worth it.

Justin A (nl) wrote: Started off very well. In fact, for a little while I had trouble understanding why this movie had so many mixed reactions. The music was good, it was going at a nice pace that was setting the mood, and the twists were pretty interesting.Then an hour in the main character is killed and it all falls apart in so many ways that it's almost baffling. The acting takes a nosedive, the movie starts to look its budget (and even cheaper), it plods along to the inevitable ending that doesn't really satisfy anyone. The entire second half could have been cut by probably 40 minutes and been more compelling. None of the characters were impossible to relate to, let alone actually like. The direction the movie takes is predictable, yet we're forced to suffer through long, tireless scenes of actors seemingly unsure what their motivations are, let alone how to deliver the bad dialogue.Just really disappointing after a pretty good first half.

Ricardo A (br) wrote: A satisfyingly funny black comedy. Death becomes her is an original filled with great special effects.

Kasey H (nl) wrote: super awesome movie!!a classic! i just found it on ebay today and bought it!... hil-ar-ious!! lol WATCH IT!!

Luis Emilio B (us) wrote: I remember watching this as a kid and loving it I need a rewatch And I also don't remember Mark Hamill being in this

Nathan F (jp) wrote: Interesting behind-the-scenes look at Pentecostal revivals; religion as a form of exhibitionism; whistleblower Gortner claiming he believes in Karma; there's lots here to think about, but it's a bit redundant after the fifth or sixth sermon.

Jimmy M (nl) wrote: Mitchum and MacLaine are too very flawed people who start up a relationship. Very realistic, not like most romantic films but the film is too talky and becomes boring.

Andrew M (ru) wrote: Sleepless in Seattle is interesting in that it's a romance, and yet the two main characters are very rarely seen onscreen at the same time. The fact that these two characters are separated by thousands of miles sort of splits the film into two sections: a tale of grief and father-son drama after the death of a wife and a mother, and a story of a young woman who is stuck between a relationship with a fianc and being in love with a man she's never met. In terms of performances, Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan are both solid in portraying these characters, with the former in particular truly standing out with a balance of charm and emotional moments that he so consistently delivers.Unfortunately, everything else in the film falls apart, and struggles to live up to its unique premise. Nora Ephron mostly fails to deliver the same kind of organic character development that made her past outing, screenwriting work on Rob Reiner's classic When Harry Met Sally, work so well. Ephron seems to think she's delivering some sort of tongue-in-cheek look at the tropes of romantic comedies, especially when it comes to Meg Ryan's half of the story, and yet she delivers every single trope in the book and follows every beat you expect. The promise the film sets up in the first act is utterly wasted as it slowly devolves into a third act full of moments that are too idealistic for their own good: idealism in romance can work when handled correctly, but this film sacrifices logical character motivations in favor of it, and it hurts the film more than it helps it.If you're going to watch any 90s rom-com, stick with When Harry Met Sally. Aside from two memorable performances from Hanks and Ryan, it doesn't flow as well and lacks the same kind of impact of Ephron's past work.