Fifteen year ago, Carlos went to the cinema to meet Júlia, his university colleague with whom he was in love. She never showed up. Carlos was left waiting in the lobby alone. While he waits, something happens which will change his life. A scene, an encounter, an unfinished sentence... Something insignificant, but which will determine the character's life. Fifteen years later, we follow three completely different versions of Carlos's life. In one, he is a man divided between the stability of a secure life in a lukewarm marriage, and the growing desire to live a great love affair. In the second, he is homosexual and places passion above all else. In the third possible life, Carlos is a man who hasn't yet discovered love, and lives through successive disastrous relationships in search of the perfect woman. One of them is his real life. Another is not his life. And a third is the life he'd like to lead. Which is his true life ?
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Barry T (au) wrote: a little bit too cynical and knowing for me. I usually like Schtzman but he was annoying in this which is a story about a writer about to publish his 2nd book.
stephen j G (es) wrote: A really poor, amateurish movie. Uninteresting plot, poorly acted, poorly directed. Belongs on TV as a filler. Don't waste your time.
Elena S (fr) wrote: pretty entertain and funny too . love you Boog
Stacey O (de) wrote: Pretty depressing movie. But ok drama.
James H (nl) wrote: This is a poor Christmas movie that gives little thought into the plot and the choices each charade makes. It's just unrealistic, he would never have been allowed to make that much noise and light up their house jag bright. The part where they all burst into song is ridiculous and the characters are just annoying. Some people might enjoy it and say it is harmless but I wouldn't watch it again.
Mayet A (mx) wrote: As far as romantic comedies. Great. And loved the way it worked in Hip Hop and actual artists of the Hip Hop community. Almost documentary style with those real life interviews
Ryan V (kr) wrote: An amateur cyclist is abducted from the Tour de France by the mafia and is taken to New York. The only one who can save him is his elderly mother and a trio of aging jazz singers. That brief plot recap is probably enough to tell you that The Triplets Of Belleville is a pretty offbeat movie. Containing almost no dialogue, this film conveys its narrative with focused animation that's matched with efficacious sound effects and a lively score. Throw in some expressive character designs on top of a skewed sense of humor and you'll find yourself with one of the most idiosyncratically intriguing movies of its period.
Barton J (au) wrote: Every once in a while the curiosity gets to you. There?s a film sitting there, taunting you. You know it?s bad. You?ve heard all bad things. It?s a sequel to a film that was bad. But something about it draws you closer. Could be the cover? Could be the hope of redemption? Or it could be the same morbid curiosity that slows people down as they drive past accidents. BLOOD FEAST 2: ALL YOU CAN EAT is the film that I had to see. I despised the first one, but was all but forced to buy the second. The devil works in mysterious ways. The story is simple. The Grandson of the crazy caterer from the first one has inherited the family business. He has a mindset to do a good job but the evil statue that his grandpa left in the storage room thinks otherwise. Next thing you know, the new caterer is thinking that maybe cannibalism does have its good points. Sounds like another blood feast is in the cards. ?Bloody? is the best way to describe this movie. It is exclusively made for the gorehounds as no normal person could casually watch and enjoy this. Herschell Gordon Lewis has been called the Godfather of Gore and the title is apt. All of the deaths, which include meat grinders, knives, and even melonballers, are extremely bloody and while they look very fake, the actual craftsmanship on the guts themselves is great. I didn?t look but I wouldn?t be surprised if real animal organs were used. The story is basically a cheap excuse to set up the next victim and yet another close-up of bloody goodness. Much like other exploitation movies, you?ll be hungry to see just how far the movie will go in its attempt to disgust. The big difference between this film and its predecessor is that this film doesn?t take itself seriously at all. There is plenty of humor and pointless nudity. And even though all the nudity is great (all girls like to throw a lingerie party and dyke it out occasionally, right?) the humor is sub-Troma. Each character has a silly quirk and all are terribly overacted. But, since we?re not looking for serious, the hammy acting merely adds to the comedic factor. While I can?t imagine anybody to recommend this to, I can say that if you and the guys are getting stupid drunk one night and want to revel in bloody boobies. Then this might be the perfect film. Rent at your own risk.
Drew B (au) wrote: Odd and spooky, Willard is both scary and dramatic.
Tom P (us) wrote: Despite being overly cheesy and a little slow at times, the story is very nice and has some great songs. Even though Judy Garland shines on camera, Fanny Brice steals the show with her wit and charm as Olga Chekaloff.
MEC r (nl) wrote: I did not really like this movie.
Tim M (mx) wrote: A rather interesting little lost gem of a film, GAMBIT plays with all the conventions of the "heist movie" formula in some incredibly clever ways. Both MacLaine and Caine were at the top of their game in this one, and I'm not sure why the film isn't a more talked about one from their respective careers. The opening 30 minutes of the film is also a downright brilliant fake-out for just about everything that follows it. Right now this flick is currently available on Netflix instant queue, so I highly recommend checking it out if you're at all a fan of heist movies, or just clever writing.
Aaron G (ru) wrote: There's a reason this was the template for every action movie that followed for a long time.