Renu lives a poor lifestyle with her mom, dad and a brother. Her dad decides to travel to Africa so that he can earn enough money to send his son to study engineering, so that he can find ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Renu lives a poor lifestyle with her mom, dad and a brother. Her dad decides to travel to Africa so that he can earn enough money to send his son to study engineering, so that he can find ...
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Emily A (br) wrote: Surprisingly good, and also surprisingly sad. Really really sad. I never would have guessed in a million years that Sean William Scott would be able to pull off the sensitivity required for a role like this.
Hannah K (ag) wrote: I love this movie so much. Cher and Christiana Augulira are amazing together!
Nick E (au) wrote: "Certified Copy" is a movie that demands to be discussed and is very difficult to write about without directly tackling its "secrets". Suffice to say this is one of the most unique and thought-provoking movies I've seen recently. It's amazing how this movie follows a very straightforward trajectory yet remains such a profound mystery. "Certified Copy" is one of the boldest films I've ever seen on the subject of romance. It asks fundamental questions about the nature of relationships and makes explicit the degree to which every relationship is simply an act of role-playing. Having watched this movie twice as of this writing, I'm amazed at how thoroughly this movie defies explanation, and I mean that in the best way possible. Just when you think you have one theory about the objective "reality" of the film, a line of dialogue comes in to completely throw a wrench into said theory. Who are these people and what is the true nature of their relationship? The answers, I believe, aren't concrete, as in, there is no one unifying reality that could accommodate every moment of "Certified Copy".I don't want to talk about this film like it's a giant "Inception"-esuqe puzzle, because ultimately that misses the point. As many questions as it raises and as complex as the subtext is, this is still an extremely watchable movie. The lead performances by Juliette Binoche and William Shimell are fantastic. It occurred to me while watching this film that Binoche might have had the best career of any actress in the world over the past couple of decades. She has been so credible in so many roles, and this is one of her best that I've seen. "Certified Copy" walks a brilliant tightrope in that it's always suggesting possibilities while never tipping its hand, a fact I appreciated even more the second time around. The movie is full of interesting conversations about artifice and originally, interspersed with harsh realizations about marriage and romance in general. Most of these conversations take place at a leisurely pace whilst walking around Italy, kind of like an extremely cynical version of "Before Sunrise". All of this is wrapped up in an extremely ambitious experiment in form by director Abbas Kiarostami. It's an experiment that comes off nearly perfectly, if you ask me. I'm pretty enthralled by what "Certified Copy" has to offer. and I suspect I won't be done with it any time soon.
Private U (kr) wrote: aussie humour... just have to love it... steve currie makes the movie! with his potatoes! HALARIOUS!
Daniel F (fr) wrote: Well, not nearly as bad as the 2003 version. BUT this is nowhere near the story from the book. I don't understand why the makers didn't use the source material a bit more closely. The first book is superb. Making Burton the supposed villain of the piece is unbelievable! Some truly bad acting and even worse camera shots! a great shame as there are some good actors in this!
Sonja S (es) wrote: Madeline was an extra in this terrible excuse for the use of film- so I had to throw it in ;)
Steve D (us) wrote: Strange true story. Well done and unbelievable
Audrey D (jp) wrote: A feel good movie, that never fails to lift my spirits, when I'm feeling down!!!
Keith E (jp) wrote: The guy who does homer simpsons voice is in it. Harry shearer
Matt G (it) wrote: When you're John Wayne and you've been in 166 movies, you're bound to be in some great films (Red River, Rio Bravo) and some straight-up stinkers (McLintock). Rio Lobo is dead center of his catalogue. While I dig some of the morality about revenge and war, and there's some undeniable humor (love the dentist), it's also interminably long as it wanders between stories and tones with little grace. I won't even go into the out-of-time sexism.
Augustine H (ca) wrote: Following Hitchcock's footsteps closely, Robert Aldrich's adaptation of Mickey Spillane, which turns the leading man into a more hateful yet idiotic meddlesome character, stretches your nerve till its end - only if it gets annoying sometime as you can't have a clue. The ending is somehow way over the top, if not foolish.
Jennifer G (ag) wrote: 20 somethings who are children of parents who got caught in the drug culture of the 60s could relate to this movie. It captures (in a fun and way) the tension between the difficult task of finding your place in the world and navigating the messy lives of your parents. As one reviewer said, if this has not been your life experience then the movie would most likely be uninteresting. But I see It as an inspiring story of resilience.