Recep İvedik takes up residence in an expensive Antalya hotel to win back his childhood love. When Recep comes see's Sibel he starts to remember the old days, from there on he goes into very ridiculous lengths to impress her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The movie is about a man trying to impress his childhood lover, although it may sound like a romantic movie, it is not. When Recep comes see's Sibel he starts to remember the old days, from...
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Carlos S (de) wrote: It's as good idea, but as the movie advances and the drama starts dominate over the comedy, it loses its purpose. It could have been much better if they just kept going the original way, not the cliche one...
Kim B (it) wrote: Declaration of War was, to me, the opposite of Lorenzo's Oil. Not that they weren't equally good movies in their own way, but whereas that movie devoted a lot of its running time to showing a child suffering in agonizing, disturbing detail that served to lessen its emotional impact and increase its horror, Declaration of War leaves the suffering mostly to the imagination. This is a movie about Romeo and Juliette first and foremost, and how their son's cancer changes them from carefree young adults to some of the bravest parents I have ever seen in medical dramas. This is a light, often funny movie, but don't let that fool you into thinking it has no emotional impact. It does, in showing small details and raw, honest emotion.
Michelle P (fr) wrote: very emotional, but shit ending
Akshitha K (it) wrote: It was awesome. Shows that love is beyond appearances :)
Mariana B (es) wrote: Quem ainda no viu no sabe o que est perdendo.
Lovyn L (ca) wrote: Typical chick flick.
Kamila S (gb) wrote: A subtle yet poignant story about everyday life of four lonely young women living in Tokyo.
Hasan C (ag) wrote: My Heart is a revolutionary cell !!!
Jerimiah H (de) wrote: ...is it nihilistic feminism?...
Dusty L (br) wrote: 78% on my Tomatometer.
Jason Z (jp) wrote: I loved this when it came out. I thought they did a great job of building the tension and making you feel for the characters, despite what could have been less than exciting subject matter.
Charles P (ru) wrote: Because the film does the bold and essential thing by merely observing rather than justifying or evangelizing, Elephant does not end once the movie is over; it lingers and needs to be discussed.
Kenneth B (de) wrote: Humanoids from the Deep, or simply Monster, is one of those low budget horror films that should be terrible but it is just undeniable, unadulterated fun. Devilishly gory, funny and quite scary in parts. This is the kind of film that should be the result if any film-maker actually sets out to make a bad horror film. Not a snail-paced slash-fest but a completely bonkers take on The Creature From the Black Lagoon. Oh and a mention, at the end of the film, to perhaps the most shocking pieces of body-horror that I can recall seeing.