Justine, struggles with commitment, listens to old David Bowie covers, and uses her employer’s private MRI machines to make “X-Ray Art” After a trail of boyfriends, Justine thinks she has found The One, a hunky shoe salesman, but her temporary happiness is thrown when her neurotic 60-year-old Jewish father (Michel Blanc) suffers a delayed midlife crisis and announces that his young second wife is expecting a baby. Justine and her half-sister Dom, who is trying to adopt, are rather annoyed at the news. Coupled with resentment about her father’s absence when she was growing up, causes her to spiral into self-doubt. Overflowing with French charm, Justine gets by with the help of her family, friends, and newly discovered muse.
RODNEY G (br) wrote: A GOOD STORY , WAS A LITTLE SLOW IN GETTING ME TO CARE ABOUT THE MAN
Ta N (it) wrote: Worth watching. Selma Blair does a credible job and salvages what could have been an unwatchable movie.
Franky M (nl) wrote: relationship of modern life reflection. realistic yet funny. it's enjoyable, and i think it echos to many people's real experience. You Ge work that character quite well.
Faisal F (jp) wrote: kualitas menurun, ceritanya mulai aneh dan terkesan di perpanjang ceritanya...
Shelby B (kr) wrote: just because she is a celebrity dosen't mean everyone has to obsessed over her. I think she is a self obsorbed biatch.
Agostina E (es) wrote: claramente no voy a recomendar un documental sobre camellos en el desierto de mongolia porq me van a tirar con un florero, pero mas alla de eso, la pelicula es realmente muy interesante, deja un sabor agridulce despues de verla. una propuesta diferente.
Boreum H (de) wrote: sooooo FUNNY I even couldn't breath
Brad S (br) wrote: A vastly under appreciated film. It's slow and methodical, but has beautifully strong and subtle performances.
Bel M (br) wrote: Watching this movie was like having my eyes and ears raped
Eric H (fr) wrote: "Life Lessons" (Scorsese)-This is really different from the Scorsese we are used to see. This special form (=short episodes) seems to have given the directors some new possibilities and freedoms. The movie is great. Nick Nolte and Rosanna Arquette are absolutely perfect. The story is simple on the surface, but the characters are very well build and very realistic: They are both lovable, sympathetic and stupid and selfish at the same time. The characters are maybe the deepest and most multi-dimensional that I've ever seen in a Scorsese movie."Life Without Zoe" (Coppola)-Very interesting movie. The story is about rich people, a rich and well succeeded family. The movie shows that rich people are people also. Very specially directed and acted. Very interesting."Oedipus Wrecks" (Allen)-I don't know if Allen is a director or an artist at all. He don't have anything to say, at least in this short picture. He's again acting himself, and comically, not acting very good. He's a super-neurotic person that creates problems out of nothing. He doesn't seem to have anything else in his life than whining about nothing and making movies about that. This is his most boring work I've seen. OK, maybe he's done something good also. But this was so bad, so boring and uninteresting that I hardly could watch it even with fast forwarding.Overally, because the Scorsese's piece is so great, and the Coppola's piece also in it's own way, this episode movie was very good, and very interesting. Allen's part couldn't make the other parts worse. Recommended for everybody.
Tommy H (nl) wrote: Admiral James T. Kirk battles tarantula Cling-ons.
Mary S (gb) wrote: Watch to the end and look for the deeper meaning. A brilliant film despite some of the poor reviews.