Gus is a fat cartoonist that recently won a battle against cancer, which explains his baldness. But he is also lonely. Therefore, his caring sister tries to set him up with suitable woman. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Boyfriend School
Gus is a fat cartoonist that recently won a battle against cancer, which explains his baldness. But he is also lonely. Therefore, his caring sister tries to set him up with suitable woman. ...
- Stars:Tita Merello, Floren Delbene, Sara Barrié, Max Citelli, Gogó Andreu, Alberto Closas, Mabel Urriola, Tito Gómez, Ana González, Enrique Vico Carré, Shelley Long, Steve Guttenberg, Jami Gertz, Kyle MacLachlan, Mädchen Amick, Kevin Scannell, Perry Anzilotti, Nada Despotovich, Beth Grant, Don Hood, Bill Applebaum, O'Neal Compton, Ron Orbach, Stacy Areheart, Bert Hogue,
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Kameron W (gb) wrote: An emotional story of the journey through The end of adolescence into adulthood. Miles Teller plays his character of Sutter, a free spirit with no care in the world to perfection. Shailene Woodley is also great as his rebound after a breakup who Sutter eventually falls for.
Private U (de) wrote: Based on George Orwell's book. Good one for Richard E Grant fans... like me! It's a forerunner to Trainspotting and just as gritty in parts... quite comic too, in fact mostly comic! Richard E Grant and Helena Bonham Carter are very good. It's not lightweight. Be good to hear what others think... :0)
Dena S (gb) wrote: It was an okay movie. It had a good story & it's kinda creepy at some parts.
Ashley L (us) wrote: Cute and amusing. Very much in the same taste of Romancing the Stone or a very, very lighthearted Nurse Betty.
Scott R (fr) wrote: The move is brilliant, subtle, hilarious, and Sellers give the finest performance in a very fine career
Tommy H (fr) wrote: Lacks the intensity of Flaherty's other films.
Victor T (nl) wrote: When a filmmaker achieves a major critical success their career could either go to a stable territory that will probably make a name for themselves or they could fall from grace rather quickly and a perfect example of the latter option are the Wachowskis. Ever since the release of "The Matrix" the Wachowskis have directed poorly received films, both by critics and audiences, that just get worse as they go along but before 1999 they directed a small film that was praised by many critics: The LGBT film "Bound". Could there be a second good movie in the Wachowskis resume? Corky is a lesbian who's currently working as a blue collar in an apartment, but one day she meets her next-door neighbors Caesar and Violet. Eventually Violet and Corky start a romance (which is a little graphic in certain scene) and Violet reveals that Caesar has ties to the Mob and asks Corky to help her in stealing 2 million dollars from the Mob. It is funny to go back and watch the earlier works of a now well-known filmmaker as you can see how they have progressed (for better or worse), and the Wachowskis directorial debut shows you that sometimes your earlier work can outshine your recent efforts. "Bound" counts with some enjoyable performance by its small cast with the highlight being Jon Pantoliano, obviously, in his most hammy performance; the cinematography is impressive for a Dino De Laurentiis production (it is not for nothing that he earned a reputation of being a pinchpenny), pacing that knows when to slow down, and its overall fun to watch. However, despite the praise I have gave this film, it tires really hard to come off as confident and creative thanks to the Wachowskis siblings themselves. The writing tells a story about two arrogant and bland women (that unbelievably fall in love) as they make their way through a legion of clichs in order to obtain what they desire, by crafting a dumb plan to outsmart an even dumber villain and the way their plan transpires is extremely predictable. That basically sums up the issues with the script, plus it completely drops the lesbian theme in the first 20 minutes and then they bring it back for the last 5 minutes. But that's not all, the Wachowskis lack confidence in their directorial abilities (which is more than natural in a directorial debut) as they use every trick they could afford regarding camera work, to the point of becoming annoying. "Bound" is an entertaining film that tries desperately to craft a Hitchcockian vibe by utilizing every clich possible and lacks confidence in the directing department. Despite its major flaws this is a solid film in the siblings resume (yes, there is a second good film in their catalog) that will entertaining you as it is essentially dumb fun.
The N (ca) wrote: no se compara con la original en lo absoluto.