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The Left-Hand Side of the Fridge
Christophe agrees to be filmed by his roommate Stéphane, while he is searching for a meaningful engineering job. Since he voluntarily resigned his job when he was to be moved to quality ...
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Cameron F (jp) wrote: Jeff Bridges gives a brilliant performance as a burnt out exll problem everything country singer; it's just sad the material can't live up to his performance as the movie soon becomes a "Tender Mercies " ripoff.
Clecio S (de) wrote: I expected more about this movie but actors were ok. There were some funny parts when Henry O (Mr. Shi) and Vida Ghahremani (Madame) were trying to communicate in farsi and mandarin but that was all. The whole movie was sort of slow and emotionless.
Panos M (mx) wrote: Disappointing. An uninspired sequel to the two previous Asterix movies.
Jillian L (mx) wrote: I had high hopes for this movie. A friend recommended this one, it was supposed to be campy, it's about a performing arts camp, I mean come on. But then I watched it. It was just highly, highly, unbelievable. Like, I get suspension of disbelief, but come one, there has to be a point. Relationships are muddier than a swamp, I mean theatre people are horny, but not that much, god. Biggest pet peeve: they put on a batch of new plays and musicals EVERY TWO WEEKS number one: no one has the money for all those rights. two: a set and costumes and even blocking cannot be completed in two weeks. I mean, those kids would not have time to sleep, I did a show in one month, but it was Godspell, not freaking Dreamgirls, Promises Promises, and Romeo and Juliet (another pet peeve, no one can master a Shakespeare play in two weeks, no matter how much of a prodigy you are) Just ugh. Acting was bland, and honestly, there were no fantastic voices, good voices, not fantastic. So honestly, don't waste your time.
mpilar b (ru) wrote: Why did they spoil a good film with that final speech?
Santrina C (it) wrote: This movie is in three languages, Chinese (i think Mandarin but not sure), Russian, and primarily Mongolian. It shows the hazards of having to travel the maximum distance in one day and the result - going to sleep at the wheel by the Russian. It shows the hardships of the life of the Mongolians and life in a pub in town. It showed how the Mongols celebrate their history at the end. i enjoyed watching this movie and love to see it again and again - that is why i gave it a rating of 100%. i enjoyed the music and singing. Eva B.
Wolfgang G (fr) wrote: Absolutely a triumph of filmmaking. One of the greatest pieces of cinema of all time. A must see (in theatre!).
Thomas T (de) wrote: Despite the fact that Sacha Baron Cohen really knows how to step up his game when it comes to comedy, I do not think Bruno would be worth another viewing.
Danny M (mx) wrote: Masterpiece. One of only 4 films I've ever rated 5 stars. I love this film so much, by far my favourite Disney film.
Terri H (au) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.