The Trouble with Bliss
35-year-old Morris Bliss (Michael C. Hall) is clamped in the jaws of New York City inertia: he wants to travel but has no money; he needs a job but has no prospects; he still shares an apartment with his widowed father; and the premature death of his mother has left him emotionally walled up. When he finds himself wrapped up in an awkward relationship with Stephanie (Brie Larson), the 18-year-old daughter of a former classmate, Morris quickly discovers his static life unraveling and opening up in ways that are long overdue.
- Stars:Michael C. Hall, Brie Larson, Peter Fonda, Glenn Kubota, Lucy Liu, Brad William Henke, Chris Messina, Mary Goggin, Melanie Torres, Sarah Shahi, Joshua Alscher, Liz Holtan, Kate Simses, Dana Raja, Scott Johnsen,
- Director:Michael Knowles,
- Writer:Michael Knowles, Douglas Light (novel), Douglas Light
A guy in his mid-thirties watches as his life comically unravels after he enters into a relationship with the daughter of a former high school classmate. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: The story the dances if they can called like that are utter nonsense or in shorter words crap. what a bogus movie I can't believe they actually said or called it the "British Step Up" Well then I'll go british on this Bollocks!! A romance set in the world of freestyle basketball. 17-year-old Ondene is beautiful, talented, and all set to study law at Oxford if her domineering mother, Hyacinth, has anything to do with it. When she falls for Leon a charming and charismatic freestyle basketball player, whose rough council estate background is worlds away from Ondenes posh private school he teaches her how to freestyle and persuades her to enter a local competition. Leon dreams of going to university, and the 15,000 prize money will be his passport to a new life When Hyacinth finds out about Ondene and Leon, she forbids them from seeing each other. With the freestyle finals looming, not to mention her A-level exams, Ondene has to make some tough decisions about her family, education, and the man she loves
(it) wrote: District 9 is about a man who goes from power to the bottom of the barrel, stuck with those who he had treated so poorly, the Prawns. Prawns is the nickname humans had made for these aliens that came down to Earth seeking refuge from their dying planet, but were only treated to such as concentration camps and left to feed of the rubbish and slums of the upper class, until one day when they fight back. This movie is also a great representation of human respect and how the blacks were treated before equal rights came in. It shows so well what power does to humans and affect show they treat others. Now to the review. At first, I had no interest in seeing this movie. I watched the trailer and saw that it was in document style filming. I hadn't seen this movie till early 2017. To be honest, I probably never would've watched it if it wasn't a class project. I regret that decision so much. I absolutely loved the style and technique of this film, and how Neil Blomkamp (Director) filmed this movie. This movie had such great emotion to it, it showed trust, betrayal, love, loyalty, and what it's like to be treated as scum of the Earth. I only really have a few nitpicks about this movie, but it's just my preferences. I found the shaky cam to get annoying sometimes and you also can't see what's fully going on a bit of the time because it is also so dark. All an all great movie that deserved all the amazing ratings it got.
(fr) wrote: very well done, loved every minute it
(br) wrote: Exciting,exhilarating, fast, fantastic action where the characters stack on the surprises for us and each other- thoroughly entertaining.
(kr) wrote: Tama luonnollisesti suomen kielella. Ja nostalgia-arvo!
(nl) wrote: the originals are always better
(es) wrote: This flick is very perverted. That is a good thing of course, but with movies relying heavily on the sexual and graphic content while being weak whe it comes to an actual story you find yourself sitting in your seat and waiting for next exploitation scene and not caring for the characters. It is possible to achieve this bridging between strong content and substance (think Kids), yet this movie fails. You may find it sexually arousing or repuslive, depending on your taste. But it is an interesting watch and certainly not your everyday movie. I suggest you rather read the director's book (In the Miso Soup) and stay away from his directiorial works.
(ca) wrote: With a slow start Nausicaa descents into amazement with an amazing second half and satisfying ending. Soundtrack kind of sucked though.
(fr) wrote: Another one of Burt Reynolds good old boy flicks from the 80's involving nascar racing and a silly chicken gimmick.
(au) wrote: Billy Wilder??s debut is a truly forgotten gem. A war film that dissevers a lot more attention.
(kr) wrote: Marlene Dietrich is bad again, as she often was for Josef von Sternberg. This time, however, we see that she starts out good -- in a pre-code skinny-dipping scene where she meets future husband Herbert Marshall. When Marshall grows ill with radiation poisoning (he is a chemist), she goes back to the stage from whence she came to raise money for his treatment in Europe. But instead the money comes from millionaire Cary Grant who "occupies" her when Marshall is overseas. And helps to take care of her son, Jonny, too. Because yes, not only is Dietrich bad, but she is a bad mother, dragging Jonny all over the USA after Marshall returns early and finds her with Grant (who quickly departs for Europe). With the police after her, and presumed prostitution the only way to raise any cash during the Depression, Dietrich is soon at the end of the road. And then she is the jaded emotionless Dietrich dressed in white tails and top hat back in Paris crooning as we knew she would. Until the ending which rings false (yes, Marshall takes her back). Sternberg keeps things moving at a good clip but can't help a bit of a jarring clash between the scenes with young Dickie Moore and the decadence and degradation found elsewhere (including the notorious "Hot Voodoo" number).
(mx) wrote: The word "timeless" gets tossed around a bit more than it should. But here I am, watching and appreciating this one literally 60+ years after its release, as if it was in theaters yesterday. This movie is perhaps Disney's most significant contribution to their legacy.
(mx) wrote: Excruciatingly fluffy and superficial, Under the Tuscan Sun is made even more unbearable by a horrible performance from Diane Lane.
(es) wrote: An amazing movie about racism in America, that IS NOT boring as all balls. In fact, it's probably one of the more effective dramas I've ever seen at getting a point across. Also it's a surprisingly great thriller/horror movie, the dog is terrifying as all hell when it needs to be, but also eerily silent at other parts. All attributing to the fact that the movie is set up really well, the writing is great and though the acting is hammy at parts, everyone does a great job overall. Another slight negative is that some scenes are just crazy ridiculous, especially one near the end or Kristy McNichol's character just doing/saying stuff that a normal person wouldn't do/say. However, though it's a gripe, it doesn't bring the movie down at all, it really gives you a sense of intensity that most movies don't do anymore and I applaud it for that.PROS: Great cast, terrifying moments, well paced, gets the point across without boring youCONS: Acting can be hammy at parts
(nl) wrote: Sister Sara's motivation is a mystery that will remain forever shrouded by time. The acting isn't terrible, but neither is it great. Most fans of the "Man with no name" series will probably like this, but I didn't.