Aaron and Giselle are an ambitious couple, but their hard work isn’t enough to provide for the comfortable life they desire. The marriage of their well-to-do bosom buddies, Bullet and Jasmine, also goes from bliss to bleak. Their situation heads further south when Bullet ends up in bed with a distraught and inebriated Giselle! Many confrontations later, Jasmine is seen sharing late-night trysts with Aaron while their repentant spouses patiently wait for them at home! With friends like these, who needs enemies? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Rangan R (es) wrote: A tale of imbalance between love and grief.The film was based on the Australian novel of the same name. It was a recent book, but a period drama about a World War I veteran who just returned home. So I feel this film was made too soon. Because it seems so classic, only if we had given some time to pick up its popularity. I mean the literature version which at least needed a decade of freedom before heading to the big screen. You know, this same kind of tales from the past is what now we consider epic, which looks even better in the cinema. Anyway, this film was good, but the future adaptations will be much more effective for its viewers.From the director of 'The Place Beyond the Pines' who also wrote for the screen. The title gives a brief insight of what kind of a tale it is. But the film was even deeper and darker with emotionally strong. The island where it takes place reminded me 'Song of the Sea', though it is not a fantasy film. If you love views, nature, particularly seaside, this film will suit you.Besides, the story was much stronger, so the backgrounds will fade away when all your focus fall on its narration. For me the location was the first in the film, the hundred year old setting, away from normal society was the most impressive. It helped to narrate this wonderful drama which contained the message of moral imbalance.Tom Sherbourne, a World War I hero who relieved from the duty returns home and becomes a lighthouse keeper in an isolated island on the west coast of Australia. He marries a woman whom he has instantly fallen in love. Now they are living far from the human world. A couple of tragedy strikes in their life following one another.Before coming out of that trauma, they find a baby on a lifeboat that washed up on their island and decides to adopt her. But after some times when they return to the mainland, they come to realise what they're doing is not legally nor morally correct. From onwards how it affects their each others trust, how far it all goes and how the story ends was told in the remaining parts.?You only have to forgive once. To resent, you have to do it all day, every day.?Despite the book was modern, the storytelling was so vintage. I'm talking about the way the plot and characters developed, including how it concludes. For the present generation, if you are familiar with a few similar works from the past, then you would predict this film. I mean not the entire film, but some scenes are at its initial stage can be foreseen. Because sometimes, some developments are called coincidence, but when you have plenty of them, that is called very intentional. That was the only negative of this film. By avoiding them the tale would not be possible. In other way, it could have had stretched even further which are unnecessary details.I did not care the clichs. For me it was a fine drama. The performances were magnificent. It looked to me an Oscar worthy, from both Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander. Even Rachel Weisz was for the supporting role. So tick marks for cast and locations, also the screenplay and score. But the sad part is the film was not received very well, especially by the jackass film critics.It's not the same case with regular movie goers, particular I think the older and matured people would like it better. But it's not another 'Pride and Prejudice' from the family audience perspective. The events of the film and the outcome can be wrongly judged. Most importantly, it sets in the same world as ours, so everything is the near fact based. So the right and wrongs are inside the film, but not applicable for the filmmaking which I think a well done job.The post climax scene, the one that comes before the end credit was very good. For this kind of tale, that kind of outro sets a final tone. Despite not an inspiring storyline, all the portrayal in the film was so poetic. Mainly because of slow narration with high influence of sentiments and most of the occasions being dialogueless. The length was not an issue if you like period dramas. Anyway, it was engaging theme, there's always something keeps happening. So I think this is one of the under-rated films of the year. It deserves much better recognition. If you haven't watched it yet, I recommend it and highly if you are 30+.8/10
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Chris M (mx) wrote: This completely unique and interesting script will keep you sucked in, and thinking about your very existence for a week. Jared Leto is perfect as all of Nemo allowing for the much needed relatability of the protagonist and audience.
Logan Maldeney M (fr) wrote: Pretty funny, not his best work, but it'll do for a good Jack Black fan
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Robyn M (fr) wrote: Just a disgrace to the Amish.... and they can't fight back either.
Florence P (au) wrote: Refused to see this as it was too close to my childhood.
Jon M (nl) wrote: Nice fight sequences and comedy between Javkie, Samo and that other guy. Story lacking, but who cares?
Nicolas C (us) wrote: One of my favorite comedies ever! Bette and Shelley make an extremely funny duo in this well scripted comedy
Bettie Ruth (kr) wrote: Love it! Have VHS & DVD of it!
Cody E (jp) wrote: enough slapstick to make a decent crowd entertained
Paris S (jp) wrote: There is some good period comedy and loads of fun interplay to be had here, but the proceedings are anchored by an outstanding performance from William Holden. Where the film suffers is in its repetitive cuts to the film's comedic relief duo, and a mostly useless narration. The direction and cinematography are also skillful and adept. I wouldn't consider this a must watch for newer audiences, though the film is quite good if not a little long for its simplistic story.
John Y (au) wrote: John Wayne in London... the limeys are toast.
Isadore H (au) wrote: Good acting is on display in this film, especially by Joquanin Pheonix and Josh Brolin. Aside from that, an incoherent and confusing plot is what drags this movie down. There are plenty of good actors here, but the Vice seems more concerned with their stories rather than making a movie that makes sense.
Andrei R (fr) wrote: Most underrated movie of all time
Vivian G (gb) wrote: A good movie and good songs too and also good actors and actress.
Jason T (mx) wrote: The great performances from the leads work well with an interesting concept and story. Shame nothing is explained why they look so much alike and was hoping for a better ending. Robin Williams fans take note his role is an extended cameo. An ok but flawed romance.
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