A frank and funny romantic comedy set in Antwerp, filmed in a quirkily inventive style, Madly in Love has a lot to say about human relationships. It focuses on the four women of the Miller family: teen daughter Eva, her mother Judith, aunt Barbara and older half-sister Michelle, as they work their way through the chaos called love. The result is a roller coaster ride of first crushes, lust, affairs, baby fever, and indestructible love. The four women are beautiful, courageous and sensible, but are also sometimes a bit lost. Can their male counterparts handle this dangerous cocktail of determination and female hormones?
- Stars:Jan Decleir, Koen De Bouw, Pierre Bokma, Huub Stapel, Koen De Graeve, Kevin Janssens, Charlotte Vandermeersch, Marie Vinck, Stef Aerts, Veerle Dobbelaere, Mathijs Scheepers, Mark Van Eeghem, Wine Dierickx, Karlijn Sileghem, Tess Bryant,
- Director:Hilde Van Mieghem,
- Writer:Bert Scholiers, Hilde Van Mieghem
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(br) wrote: Fast paced and brilliantly done! brutal and true! I struggled to keep up half way through! You maybe need to watch it twice or have some knowledge of who Paul Ferris was! Put films like KiDulthood and Ill Manors in the shade.
(ca) wrote: What these women in Liberia accomplished is amazing.
(it) wrote: One of the best documentaries about drug addiction I've ever seen. Since getting a video camera at age 14 Rick Kirkham has been filming his life, along the way charting his fall into crack addiction and the effect it has on his life. Not a pretty picture, and you certainly don't end up liking Kirk, but you have to admire his courage in releasing this movie as a means of educating people about the reality of addiction.
(gb) wrote: don't they have enough of these movies yet? hope that they come up with something better to watch.
(us) wrote: Comedian follows two comics and up-in comer (Orny Adams) and a veteran (Jerry Seinfield) Both entertaining and a slap in the face for anyone who thinks after a hit sitcom you can just go back on stage and kill using your presence. Just not the truth, If I can paraphrase Steve Martin stand-up comedy is the single most difficult thing in show business because every other aspect of show business you can hide behind something so the audience doesn't see you wether it's a camera or a script. With stand-up your audience is right in front of you. It's a real no holds barred business. Lot's of great cameos keep this film from being a pbs special. A new favorite documedy of mine.
(de) wrote: awful on all levels, even more considering that it's true events it's based upon, and actually supposedly unveils one of the most outrageous cover-ups in European history...
(it) wrote: the price of infidelity even in Italy is emptiness
(fr) wrote: This movie was some type of reward. I've got no interest in watching it.
(fr) wrote: Terror Starring: John Nolan and Carolyn Courage Director: Norman J. Warren The friends and associates of a young movie producer and studio owner (Nolan) start dying messily after he completes a movie based on his family's history. Is it really a 300-year-old witch's curse that's reasserting itself, or is there someone (or some thing) else behind the slayings? I understand that the forces of evil are inscrutible and driven by motives that mere mortals can't understand. This, however, should not be the case when it comes to movies featuring evil forces. Movies need to have some semblence of a sensible plot, and they need to give some sort of connection between back story and what unfolds. In the case of "Terror", we have evil forces doing evil things that make no sense whether viewed in the context of the ancient curse, or in the context of facts revealed by characters on the screen. The coolest scene (where a forest seemingly comes to live and lifts a car into the tree-tops) seems like it was just thrown in because it was just that--cool. "Terror" has some good scares and some good acting. It would have been nice if some time had been spent on developing a good script.
(br) wrote: This film is normal compared to other complex Bunuel films. Jeanne Moreau is terrific. It is well constructed, with wonderful location shooting. The main motive of Moreau is unsolved. A fine film, but Bunuel has much more to offer!
(ru) wrote: good telling of the king arthur legend
(de) wrote: Great comedy duo, so funny & natural onscreen chemistry. Think I'll have to catch their other movies together. -Eve: What do you think you are doing?Dave: I don't know, I'm blind. But this is what they tought us at Braille school, to just feel around and see what's happening![8/10]
(it) wrote: This was one of the worst movies I have ever seen in my entire life. They went for plot twists and jump scares instead of producing any sort of logic at all. When they try and use the franchise's plot, it feels ok, but then they just throw it away for a plot twist. Please do not watch.
(us) wrote: Not as bad as the reviews would indicate. I liked the ending.
(kr) wrote: where's the plot of this movie? is senseless, boring, is kinda stupid, i hoped more from this but for me is garbage, the art is good and everything visual but the plot is inexistent