The Man Who Loved Women

The Man Who Loved Women

At Bertrand Morane's burial there are many of the women that the 40-year-old engineer loved. In flashback Bertrand's life and love affairs are told by himself while writing an autobiographical novel.

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Dave R (gb) wrote: Well it was interesting movie bloody for sure what a movie I liked it twisted as well

Liam U (it) wrote: The first Feast was a pleasant surprise, and Feast II was enjoyable at least. This is just a mess of a movie. It's not so much that the story isn't great (although it isn't) but the film is just very badly made. Poor lighting, terrible editing, incohesive narrative - all combine to equal quite a poor film overall. Disappointing and a bizarre but crap ending.

Jackie M (ca) wrote: i think that this could have been a very good movie but it was too busy being stylized and artsy and forgot to build the characters and the tie the plot together. it just kind of stumbled over itself and i was left to believe the implausible to help the director along. disappointing.

Jim H (es) wrote: A suicidal adolescent, who has taken the fall for his father's accidental vehicular homicide, falls for a troubled young woman.When I read other critics' reviews and see the word "uneven," I often don't know what that means, but Dandelion is my new representative example of an uneven film. The early moments of the film point to some dark pain affecting Mason, the main character, and though we're never given the specifics of what ails him, I trusted that the film would reveal the backstory in due time. It didn't. Instead, the plot takes a right turn after Mason's father accidentally kills a bystander with his car and Mason is accused of the crime. After his prison sentence, Mason's life seems much better, and he is about as well-adjusted as any suburban teenager could hope to be. He even takes on the troubles and joys of Danny, a beautiful girl in the neighborhood, who, like all beautiful heroines in movies of this ilk, seems to find sadness attractive (this is a pet peeve of mine: beautiful women in the real world don't waste their time on sad men). The plot continues with Mason encountering threats from Danny's ex-boyfriend, forgiving his father, and working through Danny's insecurities -- doing all this as though the dreams of suicide and escape from the first act never happened. It's lazy character construction and not very compelling drama. How different the film could have been if it started a half hour later.Vincent Kartheiser is fine as Mason, and Arliss Howard is pretty good as Mason's dad, but I don't think the best performances could rescue the script.

Brent D (es) wrote: "Cliffhanger" with half the brains and twice the steroids. It's enjoyable enough, but the the characters are pretty much all predictable all the time. It's basically one of those movies where you don't regret seeing it, but at the same time you can think of plenty of ways it could b e better.

Caleb F (fr) wrote: Like a desert where the oasis is music instead of water. Beautiful to the eye, the ear and the heart.

Brinn O (kr) wrote: old and campy but with great acting and a fun script it actually pretty amusing.

Ben T (mx) wrote: Ok, well, when I was young and saw this movie I did not think of the controversy it has. I guess I was too young to think about it. I feel like we should blame the time period and society as much as we should blame the filmmakers for not showing the struggles of people of color back in the 40's. If you don't look at the film in a controversial way (which is nearly impossible) it can be somewhat fun and is an interesting piece of Disney work.

Marcelo M (ag) wrote: Una pequea gran pelcula.

Cooper H (jp) wrote: Bill Murray stars in a sort of dark comedy about what you would do if you lived the same day over and over. Phil Connors does what is best for him at first, before putting others before himself that snaps him out of his Deja Vu