After four years apart, Ahmad returns to his wife Marie in Paris in order to progress their divorce. During his brief stay, he cannot help noticing the strained relationship between Marie and her daughter Lucie. As he attempts to improve matters between mother and daughter Ahmad unwittingly lifts the lid on a long buried secret...
- Category:Mystery, Drama
- Stars:Bérénice Bejo, Tahar Rahim, Ali Mosaffa, Pauline Burlet, Elyes Aguis, Jeanne Jestin, Sabrina Ouazani, Babak Karimi, Valeria Cavalli, Aleksandra Klebanska, Jean-Michel Simonet, Pierre Guerder, Anne-Marion de Cayeux, Eléonora Marino, Jonathan Devred,
- Director:Asghar Farhadi,
- Writer:Asghar Farhadi
The film follows Ahmad, an Iranian man who comes back to France to finalise his divorce at his wife's will. He hopes to convince her turn back, but only to see her new partner living in his home with his children. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: A diferencia de muchas pelculas basadas en series de anime que siguen su respectiva trama, "Trigun: Badlands Rumble" no se siente como un captulo largo. De hecho con su gran calidad de animacin y su hilarante humor logra destacar como "pelcula" y brinda gran diversin tanto para los fanticos de la serie original como para nuevas audiencias.
(nl) wrote: I thought of not even rating this movie because it was so bad.
(ag) wrote: Pero el 3D esta chulo.
(ca) wrote: 4 people discover the beauty within themselves through very different personal crises.
(gb) wrote: Dismal comedy from start to finish. Russell Peters was wasted in this!
(ag) wrote: Super hot I loved it.!
(us) wrote: A classic spaghetti western from Thailand? Well, as over the top as it was, and as colorful and laughable some scenes were, it worked! I could tell that Tarantino watched this film at least a couple times through before he made Kill Bill... and I can see why he got inspired. It's energetic, fun, and visually memorable.
(gb) wrote: Average. Stick with the 1st movie.
(us) wrote: The best concert film ever made and one of the greatest films ever created. What A Day That Was.
(ag) wrote: Nick Hornby has written some thoroughly enjoyable books, some of which have been made into equally entertaining films; High Fidelity and About A Boy are two prime examples. With a screenplay by Jack Thorne and direction from Pascal Chaumeil, the film adaptation of Hornby's novel, A Long Way Down is a far cry from those cinematic successes. The story revolves around four very different yet equally messed up individuals who serendipitously meet on a rooftop on New Year's Eve with the shared intention of jumping to their deaths. Somewhat predictably, none of them do end up killing themselves. Instead, the unlikely group form a bond which sees them on a journey of self-discovery which conjures in them the will to live. The somewhat outlandish premise and convenient plot events which were skilfully incorporated into Hornby's novel are clumsily handled in this adaptation. The tone of the film oscillates between banal slapstick and sickening sentimentality, completely squandering the opportunities for subtle humour and genuine emotion that the book provides.With a cast as motley as the characters themselves, the film is an unfortunate waste of some strong acting talents who seem to have been forced into playing one-dimensional stereotypes. Pierce Brosnan is cold and unlikeable as Martin, the disgraced television host. Imogen Poots portrays the infuriatingly brash teenager, Jess, in a performance totally devoid of any nuance that could render her endearing. Aaron Paul is similarly stunted as the wayward and depressed JJ, whose brooding attitude clashes with the sometimes frivolous tone of the film. Perhaps the most disappointing performance is Toni Collette's portrayal of Maureen, which sees Collette playing almost exactly the same damaged, put-upon single-mother that she played in About A Boy in her role as Fiona. Despite the uncanny similarity of the characters, her performance as Maureen lacks the warmth and depth that Collette brought to the role of Fiona and leaves the book's most agreeable character looking like a hapless, shell of woman. Unlike the book, the film does not provide occasion to warm to the characters and as a result, they remain unrelatable and off-putting to the film's conclusion.It is a shame that Hornby's heart-warming and witty novel has been mishandled and misshaped into a film which is lacklustre at best, and at worst, downright cringe-worthy.
(jp) wrote: Produced by Tim Burton and directed by Timur Bekmambetov best known for the action flick 'Wanted' and who also happens to be helming the Ben-Hur remake. Visually well done but lacking pretty much in everything else.
(mx) wrote: Sin City is a good movie and has some great characters in it, the thing I don't like about it is how the credits pop up after every thirty minutes. The movie is pretty bad ass though.
(fr) wrote: Same bad as , if not worse.