Budding photographer Chloe (Ory) comes from a family of failed romances. At a local flea market, she stumbles upon an old photo album from the 1970s, chronicling the ideal romance of a happy couple (Hindle and Barbeau). Unable to find her own "true love," she sets out to find the couple in the album and prove that true love exists. Along the way, she meets Gabe Sinclair (Macfarlane), a mysterious, but charming bartender, who seizes the opportunity to join Chloe's mission and soon finds himself falling in love with her. With limited resources, the two go on an adventure, searching for clues that will lead them to the couple, and hopefully to true love. As the search continues, Chloe begins taking an interest in Gabe, but won't let these feelings distract her from her mission to find the couple. Will Chloe learn to give up her fear of falling in love and finally find true happiness?
A female photographer who no longer believes in the possibility of True Love finds an old photo album documenting the seemingly-perfect courtship of a couple forty years earlier. She then goes on a quest to seek out the same true love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
John A (ag) wrote: Some movies are better then others. I did enjoy this flick and would recommend this film to my friends.
Doug F (de) wrote: Fine... Fine! I'll mention this stupid movie. I'm so tired of seeing this pop up. Bouncy breasts are fun and all, but this looks like it'd be hard to sell even to fans of b-horrors.
Claire L (es) wrote: For you Twilight fans, Jackson Rathbone (Jasper) has a role in this one! I really enjoy these kinds of movies because they're mindless and they get a chuckle out of me. This one was no exception! Which really surprised me because I thought the plot synopsis seemed a little blah. Give it a watch on a day your mind needs a rest and you wanna laugh!
Sydnee M (ru) wrote: i love to dance so it looks cool
Steve S (gb) wrote: It was fine but not great. The movie was a little superficial in its plot. I wish they had better explained where they came from and who was in the house at the end. The main kid did a good job but some of the writing wasn't the best. Dana seemed to like it more because she has read the book. Therefore, I assume it is better for those who have read the book.
Chris D (es) wrote: Its confusing airless script wasn't nearly as bad as the directors inept usage of countless flashbacks...Officer Down is a terrifying waste of time that appeals to the lowest possible tastes and quite possibly the lowest level of humankind.
Private U (jp) wrote: EVERYONE MUST SEE THIS MOVIE, Its the truth. Opens your mind to how things and the media works in this country and where it is going
Roy C (fr) wrote: The emphasized handcrafted look of the animation and the music were breathtaking. The three spirits were also terrific, especially the Ghost of Christmas Past with her shifting in and out of old age.
Luisa M (de) wrote: "Che tu possa avere sempre il vento in poppa, che il sole ti risplenda in viso e che il vento del destino ti porti in alto a danzare con le stelle."
Alexander C (br) wrote: Could be worth watching. Will find and devour with my eyes!
Samantha S (ag) wrote: Watch the French "Cousin, Cousine" for the excellent orginal.
Jiri B (nl) wrote: Another star studded Woody Allen classic.
Pierluigi P (ru) wrote: There was this quiet and more cohesive film from John Boorman long before the mediocre pastiche and box office sensation of "Avatar". Adventure and drama set in the amazonia, following the lines of Ford's "The Searchers" but adding an ecological denounce that does not fall in preachment, but remains powerful. Cinematography is breathtaking.
Sheryl Z (fr) wrote: This film is surreal. Imagine Abbott and Costello meets Oscar Wilde. It's superimposing dry british humor over vulgar American slapstick. British class values over rugged American individualism themes. I liked bits of it while some parts were completely over the top.
Megan O (ru) wrote: A cute film which develops over a period of time. It covers a range of difficulties in regards to love, teen life and adult life. It instils the message to live life to the fullest no matter what the circumstances.
ogn d (nl) wrote: nothing but bad memories for me.
John M (it) wrote: Revenge of the Nerds. This is a documentary about the biggest cash prize in competitive video gaming history: $1 million dollars goes to the winner of a DotA 2 competition (which, for the layman, is a multiplayer online battle arena mod for Warcraft). I did not know anything about this before I sat down to watch, nor did I know exactly what DotA is. It focuses less on the mechanics of the game, and more on a few choice players, as well as the competition itself. Now I do enjoy video games myself, but not to this extreme. There really is a bit of a culture difference with the oversea players, as these kids reach celebrity levels; you get to see all of the promotional photos/videos with them in cool poses, and it is surreal to say the least. As a documentary, it is pretty accessible, if only from a competitive standpoint. You know how it is easy to get into a poker competition on ESPN when they're only showing you the most interesting hands? It's similar to how it is here, and the reactions of the announcers are almost identical to somebody calling a tied Superbowl game in the 4th quarter. The human element is the most interesting part about this, and the parent's reactions to their lifestyles that their sons have chosen are interesting and completely understandable. At 75 minutes, it doesn't overstay its welcome, but it doesn't address the one question I could not get out of my brain: who the hell funded this?
Brian H (kr) wrote: Rob Lowe was excellent.
Chris M (fr) wrote: So much in this movie is so important and so well done. If you see one Indie film this year, this should be it. You won't regret it.