De ouders van Isa en haar oudere broer Kars gooien het roer om en beginnen een camping in Frankrijk. Isa en Kars hebben het gevoel naar Timboektoe te verhuizen en alles te verliezen. Lang klagen ze gelukkig niet, want al snel maken ze nieuwe vrienden. Maar terwijl nieuwe vriendschappen opbloeien, komt camping Timboektoe in de problemen. Niet ver bij hen vandaan is een andere camping geopend en de onsympathieke eigenaar probeert camping Timboektoe aan alle kanten te beschadigen. Het ziet er zelfs naar uit dat de camping moet sluiten…. Zal het Isa en Kars lukken om Timboektoe open te houden?
Dutch teenagers Kars and Isa are furious when their eternally rowing parents decide to move to France and open a camping site there, which uprooting feels to them like exile in Timbuktu. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Esteban M (us) wrote: This movie made me want to shoot myself in the face.
Emmanuel F (kr) wrote: Il y a vraiment des rpliques brillantes dans populaire, un sens du rythme remarquable. On sourit, on grimace d'incomprhension devant Romain Duris excellent dans son obsession mais qui semble avoir tellement de mal comprendre sa protge. Dborah Franois est excellente dans le rle un peu potiche mais mouvante et qui s'affirme dans la progression du film. Romain Duris patant dans un rle ou il fait tellement srieux et svre. Vraiment un trs bon film sur cette histoire d'un pass quasi mconnu aujourd'hui mais tellement surprenant.
Randy B (br) wrote: At no fault of the story or script (which was clever)...most of the acting and special effects fell way short of fair. Mila Kunis, who I generally like, was particularly poor. The monkey, well, I hadn't seen CGI effects that poor in years. Special mention to both Rachel Weisz and Michelle Williams who were both very believable in their roles.
Lisa K (it) wrote: This is an extremely quiet, slow moving film. I am a patient person and my ability to focus was challenged. However, if you can surrender to time and just be with, Be with Me, you will be rewarded.
Glen W (jp) wrote: Loved it when I saw it on TV as a small child (around 4 years old). It stuck with me and I still remember parts of it nearly 30 years latter, but I have never been able to find a copy of it. It would be great nostalgia.
Suncica M (ag) wrote: Strong film that leads to a heartache. At least in my case. Altogether quite powerful.
Tommy K (ru) wrote: Despite a largely rehashed story and a cameo of Donald Trump, the movie packs enough laughs to make itself a decent sequel to a highly enjoyable holiday classic.
Tom R (mx) wrote: Tucker: The Man and His Dream is well told, stylishly made, and very funny and probably the best movie you've never seen. This is definitely one of Coppola's greatest, as I enjoyed it even more than The Godfather. It's a heartfelt underdog story with a great cast led by the charismatic Jeff Bridges. Its cinematography is brilliant and the "split screen" effects were playfully engaging. There are homages to great films of yesteryear, notably Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. If you haven't seen Tucker, do yourself a favor and watch it.
Brandan W (kr) wrote: This was a pretty good movie. Elvis starts out working on a boat but gets fired and works for the Hilton. Interesting story, that he used to be in a circus, but due to a tragedy no longer is with the circus. I like the way he has two love interests in this movie, one being Ursula Andress. It's cool the way he gets his confidence back.
Rena T (it) wrote: Surprisingly entertaining, although somewhat cliche story...didn't see the Broadway show, therefore I think this movie is for those who didn't see that first. I found myself immersed in the songs of jazz.
John S (jp) wrote: Underrated masterpiece!
Junior I (br) wrote: Stillman's films are certainly an acquired taste, they're classically written, dialogue heavy affairs combined with vibrant cinematography (ala Wes Anderson). This is definitely his most accessible film to date, thanks to its young, hip indie cast, a consistently clever script and some refreshingly vibrant color saturation that really gives the film a warm summer feel. Indie superstar Greta Gerwig and beautiful former model Analeigh Tipton are both fantastic in their lead roles, but it's Gerwig that steals the show. She captures Violet's brazenly confident but emotionally fractured mentality so perfectly that you will be wholely invested for its brisk running time. Also it features a lovely rendition of one of Fred Astaire's timeless dance numbers from his 1937 classic with the same title. A slick, witty and touching romantic dramedy for the indie crowd. Highly recommended.
Joe B (es) wrote: just watched this. good the whole way through. almost need to watch it again, to see things and clues you miss. very good movie. 3 stars in my book.
Eric H (br) wrote: What starts as a tongue in cheek how-to guide evolves into a touching and insightful questioning of the war on drugs/ addiction/ and poverty. When will we ever learn?
Logan M (fr) wrote: So all the events are shown in reverse order, so what? That does little to change the fact that everything else about "Memento" is pretty average.
Michael T (it) wrote: Silly radioactive blob flick benefits from the conviction of its British cast.
Alex V (gb) wrote: Really interesting for the genre it's portraying especially for its drastic spin on a tired idea.