A vacuum repairman moonlights as a street musician and hopes for his big break. One day a Czech immigrant, who earns a living selling flowers, approaches him with the news that she is also an aspiring singer-songwriter. The pair decide to collaborate, and the songs that they compose reflect the story of their blossoming love.
An (unnamed) Guy is a Dublin guitarist/singer-songwriter who makes a living by fixing vacuum cleaners in his Dad's Hoover repair shop by day, and singing and playing for money on the Dublin streets by night. An (unnamed) Girl is a Czech who plays piano when she gets a chance, and does odd jobs by day and takes care of her mom and her daughter by night. Guy meets Girl, and they get to know each other as the Girl helps the Guy to put together a demo disc that he can take to London in hope of landing a music contract. During the same several day period, the Guy and the Girl work through their past loves, and reveal their budding love for one another, through their songs. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: This seems like a great movie to see...given the times we live in.
(nl) wrote: Bae Yong-jun is hot. That is all I have to say about this movie. He's just hot. I love him.
(kr) wrote: I learned my lesson. I hated The Black Dahlia because I loved the book so much and they altered it for film too much. I didn't read Interview with a Vampire until after I saw the movie. Occasionally there is a book to film translation done right. Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe comes to mind. I didn't read The Da Vinci Code and I enjoyed that movie. However, that film prompted me to read Angels & Demons which hopefully won't disappoint on the big screen, though I fear it might. What's all this about, you ask. I didn't read Memoirs of a Geisha and I swore I wouldn't see the film until I did. Alas, I remembered The Black Dahlia and finally caved. I'm glad I did. This was such a fantastic movie. I recommend it, but only if you didn't read the book.
(us) wrote: I was surprised at first at how accurately the film portrayed the interactions of the priest and his superiors, despite having the constant distraction of seeing Slater as a priest - a bit miscast, to say the least. But while that be the case, I have to say that he rose to the occasion admirably. The characters were interesting, and most of them believable, but unfortunately, the plot began showing signs of strain early on. The cast did their best, but by the last third of the film, it was obvious that this ship was sinking quickly. The pat ending was no surprise, and I was left with the feeling that I had pretty much wasted another hour and a half of my life. Too bad. I really wanted to like this film.
(fr) wrote: The flow of the story is somewhat confusing, but this movie clearly depicts the bullying that is happening in Japanese schools in parallel to a coming-of-age narrative
(nl) wrote: Trompe par la bonne critique. Juste chiant et surjoue.
(ag) wrote: I like what Larry Clark is going for but the final message comes out way too conservative and in some ways it's a little homophobic and misogynistic. i don't normally like to judge a film on its message, because nobody re-watches a film for it's message. The problem with it is that Clark's films are so focused on the moral of the story that I can't judge the film without judging it's message.
(br) wrote: So bad it'll peel the paint of the walls!
(jp) wrote: I love this movie. James Spader and Robert Downey Jr. in the same movie best thing ever.
(gb) wrote: Brilliant, I was not disapointed, funny and impressive how they kept it working for so long.
(ca) wrote: I can barely remember this.
(kr) wrote: MHMMMMMMMMMMMMMM MONROE
(jp) wrote: Trop mignon Dean Stockwell
(it) wrote: I rated half-star :)
(mx) wrote: Ehhh... As an avid Stephanie Plum reader, I'll stick with the books.
(nl) wrote: With a well fundamented narrative, great script and thrilling scenes, however Taken falls down into action movies's cliches with a very predictable narrative and unoriginal story.