Slow-burning and smart, French director Rémi Lange's The Road to Love is a romantic tale of self-discovery that also offers a fascinating historical take on homosexuality in northern Africa. French-Algerian sociology student Karim is having trouble finding interviewees for his term project, a video documentary on homosexual relationships in Islamic cultures. As his research progresses, he meets Farid, a handsome flight attendant. In Farid, Karim believes he has found an ideal subject for his film...but he soon begins to admire more than just Farid's insight. When Karim learns that some cultures have accepted and encouraged same-sex unions, he finally begins to face his own sexuality. Set in scenic locales from Paris to Marseilles to Amsterdam (with a brief detour to Jean Genet's grave in Larache, Morocco), The Road to Love is a shrewd and sensual tale of enchantment and desire
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Don S (ru) wrote: A medical horror movie with nothing new to offer. There are few effects, The acting is okay. The clinical explanation for the seemingly supernatural nature of the plot hampered my enjoyment. Arielle Kebbel is a favorite of mine, and I gave this a higher rating for the (too) short time she ran around in her underthings.
Radek C (ru) wrote: when did you last see your father... or rather how to be good. A little too slushy at times, but I have to give its credit - it is a decent drama. Making peace with your father and the past. Tough subject, yet well-presented. Colin Firth and his acting still off-putting, hope A Single Man will bring some change.
Seth L (kr) wrote: Really...Really...Really bad.
Alec B (es) wrote: The intersection of art, politics, and surveillance here is profoundly interesting. Ultimately not a historical chronicle of East Germany, but a story about the inevitable failure of all totalitarian regimes which, despite much of the film's depressing plot, makes it quite hopeful.
Zhanyi J (br) wrote: Most people are down on this late woody flick, but I was pleasantly surprised at how funny it was.
Brok S (ca) wrote: Groove is a movie about chance. Stop whatever it is you think you're doing, get out, and experience something spontaneous. This movie has "feel-good" written all over it. I recommend this film--if you can find it--for multiple viewings. Try NetFlix or your nearest Blockbuster, because once you find it, watch it, love it; you'll seriously consider a night out with the buds, or flowers :) The soundtrack is somewhat jaw-dropping. If you like Techno/House/Jungle/Garage/Other.. this movie will have you moving in your seat. See it. Experience it. Live it.
Veronica S (br) wrote: Ugh. Like the bastard offspring of Tootsie and La Cage Aux Folles ... but without any of the things that made those films great. Dire.
Bill B (mx) wrote: Man, Rambo's gonna sue somebody.Worth a look for the cheesy fun of it, but not much more.
Gavin S (mx) wrote: Some movies make your eyes roll with their very concept--in this case a construction crew on a Caribbean Island building a harbor uncovers a frozen Tyrannosaurus, Brontosaurus, and Neanderthal. Never mind that each of these three creatures was separated by millions of years. Anyways, lightning revives them and the Tyrannosaurus goes on a very discrete rampage--rather than eat his victims, he just carries them off in his stubby forearms and apparently eats them once the camera goes somewhere else--while the Brontosaurus and the caveman befriend a little boy. Of course, the caveman gives his life to save the heroes from the human villain while the brontosaurus is fatally wounded by the T-Rex and then drowns in quicksand. The T-Rex--after proving to be unbothered by Molotov Cocktails--is then knocked over a cliff by a steam shovel and his dead body sinks to the Ocean floor. Over this image "The End" morphs into a big "?"--a trademark of the director, clearly as The Blob ends the same way. The film is largely inoffensive--except for some simply awful stereotypes such as a town drunk who is blatantly Irish and a black guy on watch duty who falls asleep at his post. The special effects consist of awful rear projection, amateurish stop-motion, and some rather effective puppets for close-up shots. The T-Rex's animation is particularly pathetic as he walks like a flat-footed duck. If you're looking for a mildlyt diverting b-movie you could do worse, but you could do a lot better as well.
simon S (de) wrote: I love this comic and anime so the movie in my eyes stayed true to them plus charliez thereon is awesome
Laura o (au) wrote: Best boxing movie ever
Luc T (fr) wrote: One of the worst movies of all time
Dustin I (kr) wrote: An exceptional sequel to an amazing debut! Most would say of all movies, whoever thought "The Pact" would get a proper sequel? Everyone that loved the first will be surprisingly pleased at this follow-up! It is made in the vein of the first with a build-up that might actually trump the original! Fans, this is a must-see! I hope part 3 gets to see the light of day! I look forward to it!