Marie-Jo and Her 2 Lovers

Marie-Jo and Her 2 Lovers

Marie-Jo and Her Two Lovers (French: Marie-Jo et ses deux amours) is a 2002 French drama film directed by Robert Guédiguian. It was entered into the 2002 Cannes Film Festival.

Having reached middle age, a woman must choose between the two men in her life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Andrew S (ca) wrote: Good Wolfpack movie and much better than Part II.

James L (nl) wrote: Ultimately depressing but the film is made so engaging due to the characters within the drama, fabulous performances across the board, especially mum and daughter.

Ghong Y (nl) wrote: Everything I wanted in a movie, saw it twice in the weekend

Noname (jp) wrote: This movie was not as funny as i thought it should be but it had some fun moments and quite a decent story. Some famous faces like Billy Bob , Susan Sarandon aswell. If u looking for a comedy u might want to take a closer look.

Aaron M (es) wrote: Scary Movie has always been "so bad, its good" or "so stupid, its funny", but this one really showed how tired the series is getting.

Nadeem A (us) wrote: Very nice idea, but the end was horrible!

Skyler B (au) wrote: Love that yellow suit!

Stuart K (ca) wrote: Directed by Harold Becker (The Onion Field (1979), Sea of Love (1989) and City Hall (1996)), and adapted from Ryne Douglas Pearson's 1996 novel Simple Simon. This is a mindless but sometimes enjoyable action thriller that once again pits an underdog against a corrupt government agency. But, it also highlights autism, which is seldom portrayed in film, and this is a good portrayal. When 9 year old autistic boy Simon Lynch (Miko Hughes) cracks a code, little does he know the code was created by the National Security Agency, and it's a code called Mercury, protecting the identities of secret agents around the world. The agency's chief Lt. Colonel Nick Kudrow (Alec Baldwin) wants Simon assassinated, believing he knows too much, only for his parents to be killed. FBI Agent Art Jeffries (Bruce Willis) is assigned to protect Simon, but has trouble connecting with Simon because of his autism, but Art soon learns why Simon's parents were killed, and the Agency won't stop tracking them down, trying to silence Simon. It doesn't paint a very flattering picture of government agencies who decide to kill people all because they know too much, but Hughes' depiction of autism is accurate, which came from months of research. Willis is his usual, mugging self while Baldwin is underused as the baddie. Shame.

Will G (ag) wrote: facepalmed so hard i think my nose broke

John B (de) wrote: Another former movie network space filler. Willis and Moore together on the screen. Oooh wow! Why can't Hollywood couples actually find something worth while to appear in together. Looks like they did it for the same of doing it.

Justin S (mx) wrote: A lively, great looking movie with perfect performances, some really interesting shots (anchor at the beginning, reflection on water).

Jesse O (mx) wrote: Balto is one of my most beloved animated movie classics. Being one of the very few animated movies Steven Spielberg had that honor to oversee. It's immersive yet patient story had me gripped from the start and hooked til' the end. It's characters were heartwarming and developed well throughout the story. I believe this is a landmark that every animated movie to follow should strive to be.

Ty Q (us) wrote: I'm not a huge country fan, but I've always been a sucker for stories about musicians. I really wanted to like this movie, but I found myself wanting something that felt a little more genuine. Once Dusty (George Strait) abruptedly left the tour, I thought the movie was ready to take off, but it was all downhill from that point. Everything moved too fast and came across as fake. He visited his grandma, which was nice, but did he have any real connection to the town which he found himself wandering? There was a reference to him playing at one of the small town bars, but that was it. Now, to the "love story:" out of the blue, he sees a woman dealing with a drunken idiot in a parking lot, so he finds himself getting beaten. Because he "defened her honor," he got to stay at her family farmhouse, where on the first day, he found himself sitting at a breakfast table with people who refused to acknowledge his attempts at small talk. They didn't show any resentment either, which was the odd part. It wasn't awkward in a funny way, either. The rest of the story is quite predictable: Dusty falls for the woman whose honor he defended. They go on to enjoy each other's company for a couple days, until he is found by his manager. Next, a problem ensues and the woman all of a sudden is heartbroken and wants nothing to do with Dusty. What does Dusty do? Well, he's a singer, so naturally he writes her a song and sings it to her at a concert in Las Vegas, which he somehow managed to deceivingly get her and the rest of the family to attend. That brief summary of the predictable events just saved you forty-five minutes of your life (that is, if you had planned on seeing this movie). You're welcome.

Marco F (fr) wrote: A good looking movie with some good action scenes does not help the lack of plot and sense that soon becomes tiresome and after a while, really stupid and really distracting. No one can learn how to drive a stick shift car in 2 minutes.