Making Plans for Lena
Ever since she broke up with Nigel, Lena soldiers on through life as best she can with her two kids. She valiantly overcomes the obstacles put in her way. But she has yet to confront the worst of them: Her unstoppable family has decided, by any means necessary, to make her happy.
- Stars:Chiara Mastroianni, Marina Foïs, Marie-Christine Barrault, Jean-Marc Barr, Fred Ulysse, Louis Garrel, Marcial Di Fonzo Bo, Alice Butaud, Julien Honoré, Caroline Sihol, Donatien Suner, Lou Pasquerault, Jean-Baptiste Fonck, Marion Wyckaert, Alexandre Varron,
- Director:Christophe Honoré,
- Writer:Christophe Honoré (scenario), Geneviève Brisac (scenario)
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(ag) wrote: Pitch black is what i have to say about sightseers, its both the movies biggest strength and its biggest weakness, but enjoyable overall because of the likable leads and witty script.
(de) wrote: They butchered the first book, but maybe they'll do okay with this one.... I'll wait for video
(au) wrote: Charming, charismatic, enjoyable love story about hope for two people in a hopeless world.
(us) wrote: Wow, another cheesy documentary. It's interesting in parts but it doesn't spend enough time on what's really interesting (the writing, duh!). Plus the music is just so strident and sentimental, it becomes thoroughly annoying pretty quickly. Plus there's a whole shitload of unnecessary WWII footage. We get it, the war affected him profoundly. And we've all seen the concentration camp footage, there's no need for that here. It just seemed kind of sensationalistic for the director to include that. It's just very middling and kind of trashy. Overall I'd say avoid it.
(au) wrote: awwww please...what is this crap? homemade piece of junk. i wanted the whole cast to die instantly after 5 min in the movie...said this, i have to admit that i couldn't sit this one thru...cameron, maybe you should just let your father do the movies and you should stick to the simple task of just buying a screening ticket...
(au) wrote: Interesante estudio sobre un amnesico que lo unico que recuerda es que era gay y que supuestamente se llama James. La investigacion nos va llevando a un intenso desenlace que le da una nueva definicion a la palabra ironia. Vale la pena. (texto intencionalmente sin acentos).
(au) wrote: "Chaos Theory" 10 Scale Rating: 4.5 (Below Average) ...In two weeks, I won't remember that I even saw this. Ryan Reynolds plays Frank, a man completely obsessed with making lists. In fact, his entire is planned out to the letter via a series of them. One morning, thinking she was setting the clock ten minutes forward, his wife accidentally sets it ten minutes back. This causes Frank to have to abandon his lists and thus causes a series of unfortunate events that change his life.It starts out interestingly enough, but Reynold's charisma can only take it so far. Eventually, it becomes a boring movie with a storyline that is barely plausible. I wish I had more to add, but there isn't much else that can be said ... heh.
(au) wrote: The entire Blade trilogy can be summed up with the words "boring" and "uninspired", and the final entry is certainly no exception.With Wesley Snipes and Kris Kristofferson returning, and additional cast members Jessica Biel, Ryan Reynolds, Parker Posey and Dominic Purcell joining the cast, the film follows the same general formula of the series.And by formula, I mean that the film is light on plot, and heavy on over-choreographed fight sequences. Really, the plot is so uninspired that characters can die and children can be kidnapped while the audience almost forgets to care, at all. Posey was the only actor putting any effort into her role.Forgettable. Boring.
(au) wrote: Eg vettkje eg. Ikkje s voldsomt lye egentligt. Satte litt pris p animasjonen te tider.
(gb) wrote: these movies need to be burned and destroyed
(nl) wrote: Loved this movie Josh Lucas and Reese Witherspoon were good in this
(ru) wrote: Decent enough comedy caper in which Bill Murray, Geena Davis, and Randy Quaid trying to get out of the city as they rob a bank. Gets a little too repetitive at times but Murray and friends hold it together. Robards is good as the cop trying to bring Murray down
(de) wrote: This is a early 1988 film put out by H&G Films Ltd, this was there only film, the DVD comes to us from Shriek Show and Rareflix. This is a pretty good zombie flick if you remember what year it came out/ I would put it on my Halloween Video list. S. William Hinzman who played in a lot of zombie films stars as the flesh eater in this one. He was born in Rural Pennsylvania and this movie is filmed there. A group of college age kids, though most seem to be farmers take a hayride in the country to party and maybe camp out, mean while a farmer is pulling up a tree stump when he uncovers the flesh eater, which starts the chain of events that turns everyone into a zombie, A lot of nude scenes in this one with some attractive females. Its enjoyable and worth 3 stars. Some good special effects and some cheesy ones.
(jp) wrote: Directed Cheh Chang, this film has to terrific martial arts sequences, even if the overall film is pretty corny. One man is charged with taking out the evil Five Deadly Venoms, all deadly martial artist who each have their own distinctive style, but who won't reveal that style unless they are forced. Also, the hero must team up with one of the Five Deadly Venoms in order to defeat the other four. The story is pretty silly, but the action is amazing. On the silly side, this film has more zoom shots than any other film I can think of in recent memory, the dubbing is hilariously awful, and the martial arts scene feature loads of oddball martial arts styles like Centipede, Lizard and Toad (or at least they seemed odd to my western culture sensibilities). While I did ironically enjoy those aspects of the film, they may detract form enjoyment for for non-kung-fu fans, but even if you don't like those elements, you have to admire the fight sequences. Definitely one to check out for 70s martial arts action flicks.
(de) wrote: This is an absolutely beautiful story of the rise of Bruce Lee (played by his son Brandon!). I was mesmerized by the story as it brought tears and laughter. The music is beautiful, but the story is what touched me the most.
(gb) wrote: Great movie Jim carrey never disappoints me, when I watch his movies.
(es) wrote: Possibly overtaken by 'Sucker Punch' as the archetypal adolescent's favourite film, this homage to the exploitation genre of the 70s is 'out there' to say the least. Perfect for those who always wondered who would win between a horde of zombies and a stripper with a machine gun for a fake leg.
(ag) wrote: Funny, but kinda meh.
(mx) wrote: Papa picked Coop and Bergman particularly to play his leads (no doubt as swept by Hollywood charisma as anyone) in his tale of an American abroad fighting for his beliefs. Its a good story, like Papa a bit in love with itself, and magnificent simply for the fact that Coop theoretically's the only Anglo around (there ain't many like that). The character player cast all shine. I loved this.
(br) wrote: Molto meglio rispetto ai suoi successori; i motivi sono nella trama del film che non si limita a prendere un mostro gigante e a fargli spaccare tutto, ma dietro c' una riflessione sull'uso delle armi da parte dell'uomo (il film prodotto relativamente poco dopo la fine della seconda guerra mondiale in Giappone). Inoltre gli effetti speciali sono molto buoni (per l'epoca si intende) e Godzilla si muove in maniera naturale e fluida nell'ambiente circostante (ottimo l'uso dei modelli in scala). L'unica pecca sta nel girato normale, le scene dei dialoghi ricordano molto i film di scarsa qualit e la regia in questo non alza il livello del film.