What happens when a man and a woman share a common passion? They fall in love. And this is what happens to Jean-René, the boss of a small chocolate factory, and Angélique, a gifted chocolate maker he has just hired. What occurs when a highly emotional man meets a highly emotional woman? They fall in love, and this is what occurs to Jean-René and Angélique who share the same handicap. But being pathologically timid does not make things easy for them. So whether they will manage to get together, join their solitudes and live happily ever after is a guessing matter.
- Stars:Benoît Poelvoorde, Isabelle Carré, Lorella Cravotta, Lise Lamétrie, Swann Arlaud, Pierre Niney, Stéphan Wojtowicz, Jacques Boudet, Alice Pol, Céline Duhamel, Philippe Fretun, Grégoire Ludig, Philippe Gaulé, Joëlle Séchaud, Isabelle Gruault,
- Country:France, Belgium
- Director:Jean-Pierre Améris,
- Writer:Jean-Pierre Améris, Philippe Blasband
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Romantics Anonymous torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Very well done!! A bit disappointed Jackie Chan didn't have a bigger part, but over all for a Martial Arts movie it's amazing that the martial arts is secondary to the story. The characters are all fascinating and the story is great! A must see!
(de) wrote: The movie left me feeling heavy, depressed, and tense with none of the anticipation of entertainment but like all good dramas has you reaching for more. Sad and sullen is the anguish of these parents enveloped in the grief of losing their child while also having to come to terms with horror committed by their child. It is perplexing predicament that no one wishes to be thrust into. Well directed, acted, and written.
(ag) wrote: It will always remain true for Asian cinema that even if the story sucks, the action will usually be pretty nifty (except for Princess Blade). Speak of the devil, here comes Bad Blood! But wait, before you go thinking this is just another excuse for fight scenes, I'm here to tell you that what actually happens in the movie is so ridiculous and trashy that watching the epileptic plot unfold is like opening a really crappy present to find there's actually a halfway cool present hidden inside. Oh man, where do I even start? Barring a flow chart, a shady criminal patriarch is executed for counterfeiting (Really? Wow.) and his Jerry Springer-esque family is jonesing for the whole control pie and not just a piece. There's the awkwardly incestual brother and sister (the sickeningly gorgeous Bernice Liu), hot-tempered underboss Funky (the always great Simon Yam) and black sheep and big-birthmarked Calf (Andy On) and his mute gal pal Dumby (only in China, folks). There's plenty more in the family and rest assured, they're all jerks. Before the dead boss's will can be carried out, family members start getting whacked faster than anyone can say "where the hell is this going?" You're actually supposed to be in the dark about who the bad bad killer is until the reveal, but there's a scene involving the death of one of the family members that pretty much gives you the identity of the killer way before the reveal. It's almost like the filmmakers are saying "Ah, never mind. Here's the real killer. Enjoy. You're welcome. Don't tell the real idiots about this." So that's the basic plot. Find the killer before everyone's dust. Kind of. Turns out Calf and especially Dumby are handy with kung fu. Huh. Actually everyone here knows kung fu, even the old pervert Brother Zen (Wai-Man Chan), who looks like the Chinese version of Whispers from Hoodlum. The person you think is the real bad guy is so far off from being the killer it's almost an insult to you when they're dispatched like a chump. Suet Lam shows up for five seconds playing the family attorney. Characters get detailed backstories then get killed awkwardly. Family members spout off gems before getting offed, like "I should have killed you when you were a child!" Eventually, you're left to root for no one except the fight coreographer and his stunt team. Well, that's not true. There is one character who emerges to save the day. But that develops so late in the game and the ending is such a flick in the nuts that you pretty much have no choice but to smile and say "Well, I guess that's the only way they could really end it." Was it? Was it really? Director Dennis Law is also responsible for Womb Ghosts. The answers to your questions after seeing that title are "Yes" and "Soon." lMC
(kr) wrote: Look. Ordinarily the cringe worthy moments seen within would be enough to make me hurl. But under the right circumstances and because all four leads are brilliant in their own right, I'll admit, the clunky dialogue and "romance" by numbers wasn't so bad.
(gb) wrote: I think this movie is great! It really shows the true story of a rave party. Raves really are not all about the drugs! PLUR :)
(ru) wrote: a funny moive, and four star for the memory
(nl) wrote: Why did they have to piss on a classic?????
(fr) wrote: Una de mis peliculas favoritas desde muy ni~a!!!
(mx) wrote: Either you would find this to be one of the coolest weirdest awesomest interesingist artsiest of spy films ever or one of the most ridonkulous annoying and muddled....it was a good idea to let super nutso filmmaker Ken Russell have the third in the nifty (but sadly forgotten) Brit reluctant spy series about Michael Caine's Harry Palmer...the first and terrific Ipcress File was plenty weird and trippy on its own and humours, the second, Funeral in Berlin carried on more straight forwardly and Ken Russell comes in here, with Karl Malden, to trip it out....preposterous and silly but also fun and cool....Caine is of course laid back brilliant....wit the 70s knocking, the soundtrack is dope....helmed by Russell, the visuals are inventive and gripping...for an old movie in particular, this one should still appeal to film lovers and appreciators of the weird....
(kr) wrote: A 'modern' classic. Stands the test of time (2017)
(ru) wrote: A little repetitive when looking at the rest of the franchise but still incredibly entertaining and a solid Spy-Action flick.
(ru) wrote: If you go into a disaster movie starring the Rock, you should not be expecting anything but a fun ride. And that's exactly what you get with this, and that is exactly the criteria I used to rate San Andreas. So, if you're expecting to be moved by performances, a deep revelation on the meaning of life, a groundbreaking take on on the disaster genre, OR ANYTHING OTHER THAN MASS DESTRUCTION- then just don't watch the damn thing, because it has the same tropes one can find in any other disaster movie, just way better CG.
(kr) wrote: scary nothing beats the original because nobody was prepared for it i was shit scared when i was a kid for years