Wesh wesh, qu'est-ce qui se passe?
Kamel, a young man from the french ghetto, near Paris, is coming back to France. He was arrested for dealing drugs, he spent five years in jail and was banned from France for two years. He tries, with his family's support, to find a job and live a normal life. But nothing's normal in the ghetto.
- Stars:Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche, Ahmed Hammoudi, Brahim Ameur-Zaïmeche, Farida Mouffok, Ali Mouffok, Serpentine Teyssier, Abdelssalem Mezdour, Samir Mezdour, Bastien Sion, Ali Ameur-Zaïmeche, Madjid Benaroudj, Mambi Keita, Christian Milia-Darmezin, Michel Such, Sylvain Guez,
- Director:Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche,
- Writer:Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche, Madjid Benaroudj
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(it) wrote: A frustrating protagonist. This is about a young woman (Anna Kendrick) coming to stay with her older brother (Joe Swanberg) one Christmas to work through some of her personal demons, all the while continuing to make sizable mistakes in her personal life. I do have a respect for movies that can get by on a bare-bones budget, and this is most certainly that; you can tell that they used real homes and offices to film this in, likely where they had connections so they wouldn't have to pay to shoot, and the most expensive thing here has got to be Anna Kendrick and renting the cameras. While I do admire films for breaking away from bloated Hollywood and working with limited resources, I have a huge disconnect when there is no point to your movie, and that is the biggest crime that Happy Christmas commits: it's as aimless as a deaf, blind and drunk marksman. If you are familiar with the word "mumblecore", you'll likely know what to expect here: dialogue that never sparkles, a directionless script and actors stepping all over each other's lines. Taking a quick trip to Wikipedia, it comes as no surprise that the film's dialogue was entirely improvised, and so much of this seems like there wasn't a script at all, just a few loose ideas (you can tell how much of this was improvisation from the amount of riffing they do with an infant child). What does come as a surprise is that this is directed by Joe Swanberg, who did this song and dance much better in last year's Drinking Buddies. I think where that has a leg up on this is that Drinking Buddies takes a pointed look on unhealthy relationships. This is just watching a vapid character self-destruct. This feels like a student film at almost every turn. It's about that rogue sister that you may or may not have, and all the bickering that she would do on a day to day basis. Adding insult to injury, there really isn't a resolution to all of this, and like a lot of mumblecore movies, it kind of cuts off, as life continues on. Kendrick's smile can only take a movie so far, and you can find something better to watch on Netflix.
(de) wrote: To be ready for the sequel, I watched Think Like a Man, and thought it was funny. It is not as funny as I thought when seeing it again. Few of the jokes felt stale, and it is your everyday rom-com movie despite it having 4 stories which felt refreshing. But it is the cast who are the saving grace of the movie as they are really funny and good, especially with Kevin Hart being the highlight of the movie. The stories are equally good and never felt like it wasn't dumbing the movie down. It was odd to make a movie that based on a book that doesn't have a plot, but they made it work by making stories based on the sections of the book. If you just want to watch a movie to buy some time, watch Think Like a Man. It won't make you feel like you wasted your time despite the flaws.
(ru) wrote: It's a fantastic movie. Remember who are probably the majority of reviews on here when you read reviews overall for this particular movie, for example:"jingoistic attitude that ignores the complexities of war"Umm, no. I'm absolutely confident that this movie has a better take on war with modern day Navy SEAL's than you ever will. It's a shame that doesn't line up with your particular take on reality. It's a HUGE shame though that you can't adjust your views when more information is presented.
(ag) wrote: I saw a screening of Adventures of Power and absolutely adored it. I dislike classical rock music like Rush (which is featured in the film) but this film really got me into that rock 'n roll frame of mind. Funny dialogue, outrageous concept, but touching and it makes you feel warm inside. A good kind of warm. I highly recommend this movie.
(es) wrote: pretty bad movie even for mah jong lovers. bad acting but some pretty girls though
(kr) wrote: It is a bit bleak to say the least. Could have easliy been made in UK or anywhere in Europe. Some pretty good camera work in there
(de) wrote: Arguably the worst film I've ever seen. It relies purely on CGI fight scenes rather than attempting to have some kind of coherant storyline. There were a couple of cheesy moments that were quite funny, but the rest of the film was a waste of time, and should be avoided by all means. Don't waste a second with this atrocious film.
(mx) wrote: want to see it you should put the movie on here
(ag) wrote: First time I'd seen this film for a very very long time, it's showing its age now, but the song's are still great, and it does show the bleak days of the late 70s, early 80s (I loved 'em) and the manipulative record industry.Also play spot the young star's in minor roles, the late Gary Olsen, Patrick Murray, to name just two.
(it) wrote: This is the 2nd film I've seen from star/director Jacques Tati, and it again features his popular Mr. Hulot character. many people consider this film a Masterpiece, but I didn't fully get it. The film was shot in 70mm, and looks amazing, particularly for a comedy. but the problem is, I didn't find it very funny. There were some amusing gags, but nothing laugh out loud funny for me. Still, it was worth watching for the visual and technical aspects of the film. Give a try and decide for yourself.
(ru) wrote: I am forever fascinated by the era of movie stardom when the men looked like alcoholic fathers to whom working out meant yelling at the young wife or taking the yacht out for a spin. Case in point, Richard Burton, the exact right person for le Carre's depressive approach to spy stories, a role that if cast today, would probably go to Charlie Hunnam.
(gb) wrote: As perfect of a noir as you can get.
(gb) wrote: When I watched the scene with Hayworth in her nightclothes, I couldn't help but think, "Gee, maybe if I wore that kind of stuff to bed, instead of Snoopy Red Baron pajama pants, my life could be racier." The female costumes in general were good.
(br) wrote: Another stupid disney movie where the hero wins and everyone loses
(es) wrote: Darker more violent prequel. Performances are strong and it is scary as hell