The Flirting Club
Some people are beyond help when it comes to meeting someone. An American Pie meets Male Bridget Jones. Jamie, age 29 going on 12, loser, virgin, stumbles upon a group of misfits who meet every week above a pub in order to discover the secrets of love, relationships and finding the perfect partner... The Flirting Club.
- Stars:Diane Kruger, Ludivine Sagnier, Denis Ménochet, Brigitte Catillon, Jacques Spiesser, Terry Alderton, Mary-Jane Amor, Tanya Andrews, Graig Bellamy, Des Brittain, Craig Budgen, Garry Burroughs, Sophia Cahill, Danesh Chowdhury, Sarah Coyle, Simon Cummins, Marc de Bouillane, Mark Denholme, Melanie Denholme, Richard Di Gregorio,
- Director:James Bedford, Alexander Jovy,
- Writer:Alexander Jovy (screenplay), James Bedford (screenplay), Steven Skinner (screenplay)
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The Flirting Club torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: I loved Honey. My Mother bought me Honey 2 and I was unbelievably disappointed. The acting was atrocious. When the actress isn't dancing with other people, her crew. Her dancing sucks. I could do better. Disappointed. That DVD will be collecting dust.
(it) wrote: Aamir Khan's "Taare Zameen Par" is a spectacularly life-changing, life-affirming and moving movie about the importance of being accepted in life. Here's a rare and magical Bollywood movie with no dance numbers, funky costume designs and over-dramatic melodrama. It doesn't feature a hero trying to save a heroine. Neither does it have over-the-top action sequences that kill your brain cells. Instead, it is none of the above: a heartbreaking, insightful and deeply courageous film that explores the affect that a mental disease can have on a young child. What's surprising is that Aamir Khan, a Bollywood star known for starring in commercial films, has made a movie unlike any he has ever starred in. The performances are phenomenal, the writing a joyous sight to bold and the direction superb. This is one of those rare Bollywood movies with a powerful message, meaning and surprisingly enough, a reason to exist! And what an emotional rollercoaster it is. In newcomer star Darsheel Safary, Aamir Khan has founded the birth of a movie star. The birth of an actor that can carry an entire film just through the expressions on his face, communicating visually what may not have worked if he spoke. Despite almost little to no dialogue near the end of the film, Safary is an actor that makes you feel every single emotion there is in your body. The same is the case with the film itself. It challenges you to discover, to think outside of the box, to recognize the beauty of a great story rather than jazzy musical numbers. Aamir Khan has without a doubt created a masterpiece, a film that despite running three hours, flies by in seconds due to Safary's magnificent performance. It's a movie that reminds me why I love movies in the first place...
(mx) wrote: I don't know how can I watch the movie???????
(kr) wrote: Reminiscent of Mel Brooks' so-so 90s movies. Not quite Blazing Saddles.
(br) wrote: Very great action and suspense.
(fr) wrote: While I thought this was okay, and only that, at the same time I'm not with all the kudos this garnered (which lead to high expectations on my part, which lead to some letdown when I finally got around to seeing it). It's a homage to the silent films of yore, maybe, but at the same time there's Singin' In The Rain and A Star Is Born to borrow from extensively. Throw in Asta, the pooch from The Thin Man series of the 1930's, and there you've pretty much got what I took as a not too inventive steal of the old stuff, worthy of a kitschy film school tribute maybe, but little more.