The Death of Mr. Lazarescu

The Death of Mr. Lazarescu

Mr. Lazarescu (Ion Fiscuteanu) is a retired Romanian engineer, spending his time in the company of his cats and booze. When he starts feeling unusually ill, he first seeks painkillers from his neighbors. It soon becomes apparent that Lazarescu is indeed sick, and an ambulance arrives with a nurse (Luminita Gheorghiu) who has a few ideas about what could be the problem. However, a major traffic accident and poor organization leaves little room in Romanian hospitals for the fading Lazarescu.

Mr. Lazarescu, a 63 year old lonely man feels sick and calls the ambulance. When it arrives, the paramedic decides he should take him to the hospital but once there they decide to send him ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Amber N (ru) wrote: funny especially anna kendrick ??

Mohamed A (us) wrote: Complex,so powerful 678 is a film that constructively delves into the socioeconomic problems that fuel the sexual harassment epidemic in Arab Countries but the Script was really mediocre with cheesy dialogue ,Many others things weren't clear enough maybe because of the mistakes that the director has made but the movie is still entertaining

Brian A (ru) wrote: When you make a remake like this I feel you need to contribute something new, which I did not get out of this. The beginning and middle of the movie are well done. It just felt like they ran out of money towards the end of the movie and wrapped it as quick as they could. Some very questionable underwater swimming scenes where the actors seemed to be able to hold breath for endless periods. When they do get off ship rescue is made in moments, just felt like the ending was rushed.

Amanda H (de) wrote: This was so horribly produced that I couldn't get through the first 15 minutes. I have nothing against low-budget movies, but this looks like it was filmed in someone's basement on a geriatric handheld camcorder. The sound isn't much better, and the acting is atrocious. Dear God.

Dawn C (es) wrote: I enjoyed this movie alot when I was young been years since I seen it so it may not be as good as I remember it!

Ran B (ca) wrote: I don't remember anything about this movie other than the ending. It goes like this..

Faisal A (nl) wrote: There are some funny moments (mostly with John Cleese), but this is quite lame. There was a potentially great remake of the original film, with Jack Lemmon, but this film misses those points and goes for cheap laughs, which may or may not tickle your funny-bone.

Trent M (mx) wrote: Great ideas and concept, not well made but what do you expect for this kind of film - it's fun to watch - clips from this film are used in an episode of 1970's Wonder Woman TV series. It had ground breaking ideas like a 'secrect' group of Alein scientists trying to train our scientist and get ideas and help from them - the radio active planet bombs and two layered planet surface were used in the 1979 Anime series Star Blazers It even has giant insect monsters! what more could you wantI love this film!

Marion R (es) wrote: Meh. The beginning was interesting with the wallets, other than that it was pretty boring.

Marcus W (au) wrote: Harmless, and easily forgotten.

Graeme H (jp) wrote: I cannot even recall who the target audience was for the film. Now, eight years on, I have absolutely no idea. Muniz and Duff don't mix, the film is unfunny and there was obviously no understanding that James Bond was alive and well under Brosnan.

Martin D (au) wrote: In the style of the screwball comedies of the 1930s and 1940s, I Love Trouble depicts the developing romance of two rival reporters who reluctantly fall for each other while competing for a major scoop. Old hand Peter Brackett (Nick Nolte) and aspiring newcomer Sabrina Peterson (Julia Roberts) first meet when they are both assigned to cover a mysterious train crash. The pair immediately develops a connection despite their professional rivalry, and they decide to work together. Sensing something fishy about the crash, they look deeper and are soon fighting to expose a wide-ranging conspiracy, while also struggling to outmaneuver and out-charm each other along the way. Co-creators Charles Shyer and Nancy Meyers, who previously found success harking back to 1940s comedy in Father of the Bride, borrow heavily from His Girl Friday, Bringing Up Baby, and other screwball classics.