It's Tess' graduation day from "Miss Drakes School for Girls". During the choir's performance at the ceremony, Tess notices that her beautiful, divorcee mother, Louise Rayton Morgan isn't ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jesse O (au) wrote: I think this is how you make a film about 'male bonding' without being an absolute douchebag dudebro, and sexist assholes to boot, about it like Entourage, both the series and the movie. This was quite the pleasant surprise, to be honest, I think it's better than the rating would imply. One of the things that was surprising about it is how well-written the movie actually is. Not that the characters themselves had any real depth to them, but they're likable and somewhat interesting, all of them have their own little issues, so it's not just about the hi-jinks they find themselves in during the stag weekend, though that, obviously, is a big part of it. The film does, however, follow a familiar narrative thread of these types of movies. Thankfully the gags are well-written, the acting is really quite good, particularly from Andrew Scott. Though I do wonder why the guys were so hesitant to go along on this stag trip with The Machine, the bride's brother. Other than the Machine's first scene, there's nothing about him that screams annoying or unbearable. Particularly as the movie progresses, when you do get to see a side of him that's actually really helpful and insightful. It might've been better if it was a little more gradual, but The Machine, almost immediately, starts to show off that he isn't who the guys think he is. Like have The Machine be obnoxious for a longer period of time than just the one scene and then have the gradual change, where you can see the layers sort of peeling off. But the film sort of does this without any rhyme or reason. The Machine is an asshole in one scene and then he isn't in the very next one. So I thought that could've been better handled, at least in my opinion. That's one of the few issues I had with the movie. Like I said, I do think the movie does do an effective at building a rapport with these characters without being mean-spirited about it like a lot of these films tend to do. My other big issue with the film is the fact that the third act is a little too sentimental for my tastes. I'd like say it feels earned, but parts of it aren't. Like the best man speech at the wedding was earned, everything else was a little too much for my tastes. Not that it bothered me that much, since I still really enjoyed the movie, but it was definitely a flaw. With that said, however, that didn't keep me from enjoying this movie. It's better than the rating might imply, but there's just some flaws that keep it from reaching a higher level. But if you want something that's quick and easy to digest, then this would be a good choice.
Jessica H (de) wrote: It's not Shrek, so you don't have to worry about the kids learning bad habits while still being family friendly.
Jonathon C (br) wrote: A slightly arthouse slanted re-telling of some fascinating late 16th and early 17th century French history, specifically, the accession of the first Huguenot king of France, Henry of Navarre (1553-1610). The presentation of the amazing corruption (and rampant debauchery) at the royal court prior to the accession is pretty in your face, and the bloodiness of the St Bartholomew's Day Massacre of the Huguenot protestants in 1572 is not pleasant viewing. The acting and style of Henri 4 is distracting and a bit chaotic, but the costumes and sets are very good, as is the general narrative. I should also mention that the film is entirely in French, with subtitles. All up Henri 4 is an educational film for those of us that are largely unacquainted with some of the basics of French history of this period.I might just mention that this film contains a very funny sex scene as Henri, a habitual philanderer, consummates his politically motivated marriage with Marie de Medici, who is portrayed as a prude. There are a few other brief sexual escapades in this film that are unconventional to say the least. You have been warned :)
Camille L (de) wrote: Documentaire retraant la vie de Spalding Gray (auteur de monologues qui s'est suicid en 2004), And Everything is Going Fine est un nouveau grand film de Steven Soderbergh, un documentaire-collage qui retrace la vie de Gray sans jamais lui trouver des circonstances attnuantes. C'est une plonge dans la vie d'un homme qui ne s'est jamais rellement trouv sa place et c'est ce qui rend And Everything is Going Fine absolument passionnant. A travers des extraits de monologues et d'interviews, c'est une vie amricaine qui se trace devant les yeux du spectateur. Cela colle parfaitement la vie de Gray et rend le film aussi tragique qu'hilarant.
Ine N (ca) wrote: Eeerr.. This movie is totally failed. Ordinary story combined with bad dance moves and bad act. Perfectly failed.
Anya S (gb) wrote: Alright this movie justifies my claim that Macaulay Culkin is creepy as all hell. This movie was just a waste of my time. I had no feeling or care for any of the characters. Also there seemed to be a lack of content; almost was if there should have been some more back story a little more than what was there. Not really anything that I would recommend to anyone.
GhOt B (fr) wrote: i want to see this movie
Hamad S (gb) wrote: Slightly different from the book, but compelling nonetheless. Fine performances too.
Kathryn V (it) wrote: "Real" dirty dancing j/k ... good storyline and the dance scenes were fun to watch.::|::Favorite::|::
Darren W (ag) wrote: Enjoyable blast from the past. Chevy Chase seems to be this character in most things but the plot, such as it is, let's him have some fun. Fortunately, we do too.
Shantel D (de) wrote: This was a decent movie. I'm surprised I never saw it before now. The effects are wonderful! I love Ken Foree, so that was a bonus.
Chris C (es) wrote: The most overrated film I've ever watched
Brad S (nl) wrote: I hadn't seen this one since I was a kid. It is amusing, but not the best in the series, better to see some of the earlier films. For Sellers or Clouseau fans only!
Anucka P (it) wrote: YESSS de beaux beau beaux souvenirs
Daniel D (ag) wrote: Enjoyable film if you like complicated plots. As a John McTiernan fan, I was fairly satisfied by it (although I definitely prefer other films of his). However, if you already like other McTiernan films, you might enjoy this one.
Louise D (fr) wrote: Very stylish, great dialogue
Arseniy V (us) wrote: How delightfully overrated. Mainly a meticulous, stretched-to-shit study of just how stoned cool cowboys can get on their own coolness. Oh and the misogyny! I tell you, I'm very seldom a fan of contemporary feminism - but shit runs DEEP here boy. Someone better slap these fellas with some hashtags before it's too late.
Noname (kr) wrote: Here we have two great comedian actors in a very good 80' comedy flick. Eddie Murphy and Dan Aykroyd , can it be any better than that ! Both are awesome in this movie aswell is the hilarious story. To bad they don't make comedies like this anymore. The story follows an experiment made by the wealthy "Duke brothers" to reverse the lifestyle between a snobbish investor (Dan A) and the wily street con artist (Eddie M) for a one dollar bet. Sounds very funny indeed and there were some really nice scenes. Its a comedy with quality to put it simple.
Chris V (gb) wrote: Not what i was expecting it to be, and a bit lackluster after seeing the trailers.