Seven Girlfriends

Seven Girlfriends

Jesse is charming, romantic, and he knows how to pop the question; he just can't face marriage. So, when he and Hannah split up during the same week that a former fiancée dies, he decides to figure things out. He visits each woman about whom he's been serious to ask what went wrong. His teen flame, an independent woman who sometimes sleeps with him, and a group of lesbians give him advice, as does Anabeth, dead but lively in his dreams. One ex remains furious, but with the help of her inventive colleague, the level-headed insomniac Laura, Jesse even gets to talk to her. It's on to Anabeth's funeral, where he'll see Hannah, and maybe grasp what has been eluding him.

Jesse is charming| romantic| and he knows how to pop the question; he just can't face marriage. So| when he and Hannah split up during the same week that a former
fiancée dies| he decides to figure things out. He visits each woman about whom he's been serious to ask what went wrong. His teen flame| an independent woman who
sometimes sleeps with him| and a group of lesbians give him advice| as does Anabeth| dead but lively in his dreams. One ex remains furious| but with the help of her
inventive colleague| the level-headed insomniac Laura| Jesse even gets to talk to her. It's on to Anabeth's funeral| where he'll see Hannah| and maybe grasp what has
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Joel A (es) wrote: A sad & sombre film about what Cambodian Families went through in the horrible years of the late 1970's.Due to lack of imagery the director of this Documentary hand made models to fill scenes & ultimate tell this story.The use of models is unique at first but they begin to bring life to the life & eventually add incredible emotional impact...a unique viewing experience & an unmissable documentary.

Russell G (ru) wrote: As with any music documentary, your enjoyment of this will depend on how well you like the artist. This is a well-made documentary, which captures a likable Katy Perry shortly after her meteoric rise, in what is likely to be her career peak. It may be a bit premature to make a documentary when the story is just unfolding, but from a marketing standpoint, it will sell more now than later. It is a seemingly balanced look into the world of a pop star and the music industry. The movie does not put her on a pedestal by over glamorizing her life nor does it paint her as some miserable martyr. The most interesting part of the film goes into Perry's upbringing and road to get a record deal. I gained respect for her in that she started as a simple Christian singer and singer songwriter, who actually could play an instrument and write her own material. The music business is sadly more about image than substance, but it seems as if Katy has found her place in that system without totally compromising herself as a person. It shows that the life of a music star can be a lot of fun, but that it comes with sacrifices. So far, Katy appears to work hard and does not take her fans or her success for granted. She seems to handle a grueling pace of stardom and without breaking down or falling into substance abuse. Hopefully, she handles the rest of her career and inevitable decline just as gracefully.

Anthony L (ru) wrote: With an incredible direction from the author himself, Stephen Chbosky, and lead by powerhouse performances from Lerman, Miller, and Watson, this film perfectly captures the realistic feel of high school from a very lonely and relatable perspective.

Caleb C (de) wrote: It's basically a really well done Lifetime movie. Disturbing subjects at hand here but also handled very quietly with respects to real life. Kristen Stewart was flawless here and it almost felt like she was channeling personal experience here.All in all, this is the kind of film that kids should be shown at possible a jr. high or high school level as some what of a teaching tool for these subjects.

Anna C (de) wrote: If you are a zombie movie fan, this should be at the top of your "favorites" list. This movie challenges our concept of humanity with a brilliant cinematic treatment that still holds strong more than a decade later. This movie will horrify you, tug at your heartstrings, and challenge what your concept of a good zombie movie.

Jay A (au) wrote: The Movie gave us Lots of Blood and Gore but it's not Enough to cover up this Grizzly Bad - trashy and Rubbish Horror Reboot,

jowan s (it) wrote: complicated social twist by 2 simple brothers with an idialistic -not so simple father-...

Margarita J (us) wrote: whenever you feel naive watch this philosophical tale about coming of age

Pete S (kr) wrote: John Wayne in all his glory

Craig Dylan W (fr) wrote: This film did in 1944 what Sister Act did more recently, and Jesus himself did in his day: beg the self-righteous religious conservatives of their time to love more freely. Sadly a timeless topic for the ages. CDW

Adrian B (de) wrote: Intriguing, early zombie movie in which a Canadian nurse (Frances Dee) heads to an island in the Caribbean, of which she becomes involved in a deep, perplexing mystery. Her patient (Edith Barrett) is under a strange, voodoo hypnosis by the native residents of the island. The patient's husband (Tom Conway, brother of more famous actor George Sanders who looks exactly like him) is the owner of a plantation on the island. Very short and at times silly, but also interesting and a unique movie that displays peculiar performances and very nice set pieces along with cinematography. I think the film could have been a bit better had they strung out the plot a little longer than its 69 minute running time.