Peppermint Frappé

Peppermint Frappé

Julian, a middle-aged single doctor, meets his childhood friend Pablo again. The latter is back from Africa and has just married a beautiful young blonde, Elena. Julian falls in love with ...

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Karolina B (au) wrote: Apie geriecius gangsterius, gal ir nevykusius, bet labai draugiskus. Is esmes ziauriai nuosirdus filmas, soundtrackas vietomis nesveikai geras, o juodai balta spalva dave siokio tokio sarmo. Kai kur labai primine Pulp Fiction, bet tik primine. Siaip tikrai puikus filmas.

Simon D (ag) wrote: Ryan Gosling has become synonymous with decent films; respect to him for being choosy and not auditioning to be the next spiderman. In this he's a teacher with a good connection to his students, one of which he befriends. The film is actually about this girl and her struggles. Good story and good performances.

Michelle E (ca) wrote: I thought the film was pretty well done, however the scary factor was not up to par with the Original Exorcist. But perhaps it was meant to be as such. As the Exorcist series progress the demon Pazuzu gains more abilities and experience, even if being defeated three times. Thoughtful and if anything else a very interesting light on the character Father Merrin. Thought provoking and very well done by the actors.

Nicholas a (ca) wrote: It was really funny but really stupid at the same time

Eric R (kr) wrote: Ruby (Marisa Tomei) is a 30 something New Yorker who is having trouble finding the right man. She has had countless boyfriends but no "Mr. Right". One afternoon she meets Sam (Vincent D'Onofrio), a nice, genuine man. They instantly have a connection as Ruby finds Sam's quirkiness to be endearing. Everything is going great until Sam explains to Ruby that he is a a time traveler from the year 2,470. Is he completely insane? or is this story true? That is what makes Happy Endings such a fun, unique romantic comedy. The film is partially narrated by Ruby, as the structure jumps between Ruby and Sam's relationship and Ruby discussing Sam with her therapist. The casting is pretty much perfect as Marisa Tomei is ideal to play this fragile yet rather spunky Ruby who has been hurt in the past. As far as Vincent D'Onofrio goes, who else could play this odd yet endearing character of Sam. The film really does a good job of keeping the viewer intrigued as to whether Sam is just insane or is actually telling the truth. I found myself going back and forth, not sure what the outcome would be. This is the type of Romantic Comedy that needs to be more frequent these days. It's completely original, compelling and the quirkiness actually fits into the story unlike some other Rom-Com's where it feels so forced.

ALONSO B (mx) wrote: Hilarious! Cookielicious Fun!Small Time Crooks Gets an A-

Sunshine S (fr) wrote: Laurence Fishburne established himself as one of the most compelling actors making films today with simmering performances that command the screen. With Once in the Life, a tale of small-time crooks on the run from a heist gone wrong, he adds ...

Meghan G (nl) wrote: This is the worst movie ever

Adam R (gb) wrote: An unexpected comedy gem. It's ridiculous and absurd, but Chris Elliott will make you laugh! (First and only viewing - August 2013)

Lefteris Z (es) wrote: Only for Vanessa Redgrave playing a nymphomaniac from Valleta exactly the way Melina Merkouri would.

Francisco F (it) wrote: Le reel au service du genre, ou l'inverse.

Chucky (mx) wrote: May 10th 2011March 4th 2012January 2nd 2015May 27th 2016