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Lesley W (it) wrote: its fantastic,i got to see the real down to earth caring side of celine and it is a breath of fresh air,if only everybody was like this
Andrew B (es) wrote: There are definitely some funny parts as well as some emotionally resonant ones, but it suffers from being a bit unremarkable, even if that's the point.I still love Taika Wakiti and Jermaine Clement though.
Vanessa P (nl) wrote: this is a really cute movie
Bolly B (es) wrote: The story of this crazy goose stalking her idol and telling him a tousand lies to keep him all for herself made me laugh. Ah by the way he might be a rockstar but he's a loser. Jamie-Lynn Sigler surprised me... She's changed from the years when she used to sing Cry baby!
Mikoaj S (ca) wrote: Beautifully shot, very absorbing piece on secret and painful life of a Geisha providing much entertainment that feels like a magnificent journey to the unkown world of Orient
Dan G (it) wrote: be! tema actual -israel & palestina-
Chinyere M (it) wrote: Marvel Hulk 2003 years
Paul C (kr) wrote: I was really amused by this movie. It had a good and interesting story line with bits and pieces of comedy stirred in to keep you even more interested. The cast was all pretty good. A different yet fun role for Clive Owen and a great performance by David Kelly. This movie talks about how some people in jail could be born again in life. It also shows that some cannot. But Clive Owen and the others all did something really bad, but I will not ruin it. But they find peace and relaxation in gardening. That whole concept seems funny, but it makes for a cheerful movie. This is one that you can call a nice Sunday afternoon film.
Deadly V (br) wrote: Subtly clever and cockeyed small time comedy about small time crooks.
Staci S (it) wrote: This movie reminds your spirit of how unconditional love is supposed to look and feel. Watching Ma Vie En Rose, the audience will take an emotional rollercoaster ride of emotion, where what you were once feeling will change with a single line from this wonderful cast of powerful characters. From beginning to end, the story is unpredictable and inspiring, as this seven year old child honestly attempts to reassure himself and present to his family his true identity. This is not a coming of age story, it is not a heart-warming tale, but an honest, character-driven film examining the meaning of family and being true to oneself. The character of Ludovic is introduced to the audience as ?the joker? by his father after an embarrassing revelation, to the entire neighborhood, of his son?s desire and shamelessness of cross-dressing. Ludovic, a seven year old boy, is portrayed by an androgynous young actor, Georges Du Fresne, who conveys innocence and eccentricity with confidence. He is sweetfaced and kindhearted, with a soft smile and delicate voice, yet dealing with a tremendous battle between being himself and being what everyone wants him to be: a ?normal? boy. Ludovic?s constant exhibition of female impersonation is the driving wedge between himself and his family, yet it is far from the basis of the story: the storyline exposes hard-boiled ramifications that are experienced after the upset surrounding the actions of a seven year old boy. Searching for an identity is difficult for all children, creating a mix of proud and embarrassing moments that are shared by all human beings. However, one must wonder how much more difficult the transition is when society frowns upon your definition of self. There is a brief, secondary story line that presents itself, as the audience experiences Luduvic?s life; the director choices to expose the differences in the heterosexual adult relationships through Ludovic?s parents and neighbors. Superficially, the adults have normal marriages, but Berliner exposes their insecurities through gestures, conversations and confrontations. This draws attention to the reality that ?normal? heterosexual relationships are not without their own judgments, expectations and controversies. This sets itself up like a Shakespearean tragedy, in which the protagonist will lose enormous proportions of his life in an attempt to claim his self-identity. The Greek chorus in this movie is ?Granny?, Ludovic?s maternal grandmother, also known as Elizabeth, whom showers us with profound lines such as, ?But we all have to face reality?I shut my eyes and the world is how I want it?. She is the one voice that is understanding and compassionate to Ludovic?s journey. She is an important symbol in the advocacy of queer community as she represents equality, realism and unrelenting determination of freedom of self-expression. Hanna is Ludovic?s mother and the matriarch of the family; however, she is also trying to find a peaceful medium to allowing her son to express himself, while maintaining this false sense of normalcy. As Ludovic becomes more self-assured in his struggle, Hanna?s once unwavering support turns into anger and resentment for the social consequences which she and her family much endure as a result of the community?s intolerance of Ludovic?s actions. At some points she seems to believe that Ludovic?s cross-dressing is a phase which he will grow out of, but as he begins to rationalize and accept his feelings her true selfishness rears its face. The ultimate change is brought on in the dramatic scene of Ludovic?s haircut, which symbolizes her forcing him into the world of being accepted as a ?normal boy?. Her strength as a mother and determination to help begin stability back into her home is unrelenting but consequently detrimental to the personal and difficult journey of her young son. Ultimately, this movie will inspire anyone to rethink the way they love their family, friends and neighbors. It?s not only emotion, but filled with witty moments that make you smile ear-to-ear, while other scene will make your jaw drop with anticipation and suspense. It is definitely a character driven movie that will force you to invest your own feelings in each scene until they very last second. Great performance and a must-see foreign film that is worth the 88 minutes of subtitle reading.
Niar E (ca) wrote: It was really strange for me to see the past in colors and the present in black & white, then I discovered how tension is immersed in the present to make it gray. No matter how your definition of "Fun" is, It's not the kind of "Fun" which amuse the "natural" audiences, it is a fun.. but that satisfying mental patients or murderers. Alicia Witt was absolutely great, she was invoked completely in the role, while William R. Moses played a nice a developed role that he showed some essential emotions towards his patients. Rafal Zielinski dug a lot inside the psychological nature of born killer as it was a manner to express themselves in, via these two teenagers, we cannot trust what they said about themselves, or the torture and rape they might suffer with their families, because they didn't have the disconnection dissociation between realities and fictions, but we can feel how much they were in need for love, fun, happiness and personality. Good metal music and editing, love the way of telling the event with flashback. It's fun to watch it, though the irony is it's a murder for fun!
Jason M (us) wrote: William Hurt puts on a great performance and Lee Marvin also does well as the films villian. I would say the only drawback is that it can feel a little slow at times
Ben O (it) wrote: Pile o' fuckin' wank.
Nick B (fr) wrote: At first it was if this movie didnt know what to be a serious boxing movie or a comedy road movie. First half was a little lame with a weak comedy script harrelson saved it with some funny lines but its when they get to vegas and you see harrelson and banderas boxing match its worth watching.
007 W (it) wrote: It was Ok, emotional and touching with great animation