Johan and Anna-Karin have been a couple for years but despite many attempts, Anna-Karin doesn't get pregnant. A visit to a fertility clinic shows why: Johan's sperm quality is too low. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Johan and Anna-Karin have been a couple for years but despite many attempts, Anna-Karin doesn't get pregnant. A visit to a fertility clinic shows why: Johan's sperm quality is too low. ...
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Matt M (ru) wrote: Despite expectations, John Butler's take on the Irish bachelor party traditions is not the childish comedy that we have been used to expecting - a prejudice mostly shaped by more expensive production that make use of similar elements. This is the story of a man getting married and going of on a 'Stag', a trip to the mountains, with his friends and his future brother in law to be, a man whose infamous reputation as a loose cannon has people calling him the machine. Despite their initial friction, they slowly end up connecting not only to nature, but with each other as they reveal personal sides with one another that will have made their trip worthwhile. John Butler's film is filled with hilarious creative comedic gags, yet it is its emotional depth that catches off guard and makes it infinitely more rewarding than similar films. The Stag has this remarkable ability to be hilarious one moment and the next harrowingly intimate thanks to a very clever and well balanced screenplay. Though the cast does not include any big names, they all do a great job in conveying the strength of the film and its story. Furthermore, The Stag plays up on the Irish element of the film almost fearlessly. Entertaining and overall rewarding, The Stag seems to be destined to become a true gem of Irish cinema's comedy and there is just no reason why it shouldn't be.
Bill C (gb) wrote: SOLID PERFORMANCE THAT RECOUNTS THE STORY OF A WOMEN SOLDIER AND THE LIFE THAT SHE LEADS BOTH IN THE ARMY IN AFGHANISTAN AND WHEN SHE COMES HOME TO HER YOUNG SON. A LOOK AT THE REALITY THAT WE RARELY SEE IN THE MOVIES
Ben T (au) wrote: Eh. It's dumb and unoriginal but it's kind of fun and it had its moments
Kate B (ru) wrote: Funny, could have been better without Misha Barton but good...
Private U (de) wrote: I really liked this movie. Though it has no real artistic value to it, it's a great movie to pass the time. Coping with loss is hard and they had a great soundtrack to showcase that.
Ieda M (es) wrote: I can't quite explain it, but I felt like I was reading a book and not really watching a movie - this may sound like a bad thing, like the film is way too talkative or expository but it's nothing of that sort, actually it's quite the opposite and I meant as a compliment. The characters are developed in such subtle, practically invisible way that I could not stop thinking of literature. It has its charms, it's obviously well-written and well-shot, but it also felt too long to me at times. It's certainly interesting, nonetheless.
Antti Q (fr) wrote: Not sure what it is in his movies, but they just work on some mysterious level. Every scene a work of art? The moody soundtracks? Already a classic.
WS W (au) wrote: Like every franchise's sequel(s): Lame- in a bad way!
Diana W (jp) wrote: feels like i'm watching another version of "BIG" minus tom hanks. it's a pretty good film with solid casts. i don't really like mary stuart masterson though. she doesn't quite hit the notch here. ryan o'neal is ryan o'neal, he's pretty much reprising his role in 'love story' (devoted lover minus the tears); alas not much to say. the one who's carrying this show is definitely cybill shepherd. i've never really cared much for her but she's definitely a looker in this film, regardless of her age. she also has that talent of drawing people in with her smile (a widow has never looked sexier). the character corinne jeffries definitely fits her. she has the knack of making the audience sympathize with her with just little effort on her part, and she can also make us understand why she makes that 'choice' in the end. robert downey is a bit over the top here, but i guess we can forego that since it is a COMEDY after all... overall, worth watching! and the ost 'after all' is definitely enchanting!
Asa B (au) wrote: The return of Dean Jones brought this one extra star, but otherwise another disappointing sequel to the original film.
Nick G (gb) wrote: Aside from Veronica Lake, this movie sucked. Then again, Veronica Lake is the only reason I watched this in the first place so I can't complain.
Declan H (es) wrote: I liked Hunt for Red October better, but it isn't bad.
Jason Y (es) wrote: [b]DVD[/b] First Viewing, 1 Kahn film seen I enjoyed the first 30 minutes of [i]Red Lights[/i] much more than the rest of the film. I thought the dramatic dialogue between the two leads (or who I thought would be) was tremendous. It quickly took a turn for the unexpected, and I lost a little bit of interest, but it was still a fine film with a few genuinely creepy moments.
James P (mx) wrote: This is an awesome story of two young men committed to spread the word of God and having such a strong faith as to die for it. One of the kidnappers is said to have been a Norman himself.