My Bakery in Brooklyn

My Bakery in Brooklyn

Two young women do their best to try and save their dead aunt's bakery

Vivien and Chloe are two cousins who have been inseparable ever since they were children. One day, her aunt suddenly comes and gives them a mission of taking care of their traditional family's bakery as she go to Europe on her vacation. A lot of troubles arise and they have contrast solutions. They have to save the family's shop while remain their close-knit relationship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Andrew B (mx) wrote: Best Australian film of the year.

Spencer P (it) wrote: Deftly blending the dark thrills with domestic life through magical eyes, this chapter of Harry Potter is beautifully filmed, funny and emotional, but occasionally overly somber.

Paige N (au) wrote: have it and have yet to watch it

Logan V (it) wrote: I think I threw up after watching this

Spencer S (mx) wrote: By now I have started to understand the methodology of director Pedro Almodovar, though why certain things are supposed to be funny oftentimes get lost in translation. With this feature film there didn't seem to be anything funny about the situations detailed in the film and yet it's categorized as a comedy. There may have been some strange and effortlessly eccentric characters that could seem funny to a Spanish audience, but I didn't see the parallels in my own culture. As for the explicit nature of the film's content and the sexual nature that exists within the narrative, I had no problem with it. What I did find fault with was how the narrative is framed and the eventual ending. The film combines elements of horror and romantic comedy, featuring Antonio Banderas as Ricky, a maddened former mental patient. He leaves the institute and goes off to find a former porn actress now making a horror film for an acclaimed Spanish director. Ricky follows her, finds her inside her apartment, hits her unconscious, ties her up, and tells her he wants to marry her and have children with her. The film progresses as Ricky realizes she is a heroin addict, she realizes that he has had a troubled past, and they both slowly but surely fall in love. Almodovar uses the metaphor of binding together through the emotional responses of love for the ropes. The love story between Ricky and Marina (Abril) is supposed to mirror "Beauty ad the Beast" and "Frankenstein." Though not sadomasochistic with its representations of being tied up, there is obviously a lack of tenderness when it comes to Ricky's abuse. Though he "doesn't intend to hurt her" he chips her tooth, binds her, handcuffs her to him when they go in public, and threatens her sister. Even if they could fall in love, would we as the audience want them to? It's definitely in the realm of icky, and to forgive that would be misguided. Everything else about the film is entertaining, from Abril and Banderas' performances to the supporting characters to the somewhat understandable comedic aspects. It just wasn't a film with an understandable end, which threw the rest of my opinion of this into disarray.

Smiley B (fr) wrote: Great Movie I Would See It Again And Again and Again

Calvin R (it) wrote: Ghost Ship is a decent creepy film, but not scary. However it has a good atmosphere, and the performance was good.