Best Night Ever

Best Night Ever

Claire is about to get married, but her bachelorette party quickly spirals out of control.

Claire is about to get married and she goes to Las Vegas with her sister and two friends for her bachelorette party. Things quickly spiral out of control. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Ben S (ru) wrote: There comes a point in Before The Winter Chill when the respected neurosurgeon Paul (Daniel Auteuil) stands frozen with trembling hands over the exposed brain of a patient. After years of walking through his life he is burnt out, no longer able to grasp his own reality. Paul is in the autumn of his life - a recurring metaphor that runs from the film's title to the orange foliage around his sleek modern home. The days of excitement and adventure are behind him. He is cast adrift in his own life, sleepwalking through his marriage and friendships - "It goes by so fast, no time to brake". A man in possession of the perfect life, Paul is wealthy, lives in a minimalist country house with his loving wife Lucie (Kristin Scott Thomas) and is at the height of his profession - but a sudden moment of clarity fills him with resentment for Lucie and everything about his wasted, idyllic years. This abrupt realisation is sparked by a chance encounter with a young barmaid who claims Paul operated on her as a child and appears determined to show her belated gratitude. Receiving endless bunches of roses with the ominous air of death threats about them, Paul is jolted from his autumnal stupor to embrace this new mysterious excitement. Lucie begins to suspect Paul is having an affair, but the ugly truth is far darker.The film gradually layers its mystery under a deathly calm, with events so motionless and silent there is barely wind in the trees. This creeping sedation and overriding melancholia are absorbing up to a point, but for all its slow burn Before The Winter Chill isn't able to amount to much either narratively or emotionally. After solid work establishing the detachment of Paul from his own life, the film suffers much the same fate - leaving us detached and uninvolved. Two parts domestic drama, one part thriller, there is a certain disharmony between the tones that is never fully resolved. The performances from Auteuil and Scott Thomas are both strong, and imbue their marital hostility with a believable vitriol - but set against Paul's blacker discoveries in the final act both portions fall slightly flat. A fairly heavy-handed repeated motif of Puccini's La Boheme - which hints at the operatic grief Paul is to suffer in the pursuit of youth - provides a degree of diversion, giving proceedings a taste of peril that is otherwise largely absent. During a single viewing of Before The Winter Chill there is plenty of pleasure to be found in the icy atmosphere and the slow wind of mysteries becoming taut - but as it draws to a close in a haze of contrived inconsequence there is plainly very little here to dwell upon. It passes the memory by as inconspicuously as Paul's latter years.

ScubaSteve Walter M (au) wrote: Much decent than the movie.

Colin M (nl) wrote: Rather confused film which I believe if directed better could have been a lot better. A decent cast that never realise their potential while the star of the characters (Bulla) comes across as a non convincing gangster that constantly throws hissy fits.

Edmund T (nl) wrote: This is about as exciting as you would imagine a documentary about sheep herding to be. There are some magnificent shots in the film though, and no detail is spared. But, it was not a good idea to watch this movie around midnight and I fell asleep about three quarters of the way in.

Amy H (de) wrote: I can't rate this movie! It has to be the worse below any grade horror movie made! Spend 1.5 hours listening to 5 teenager screaming boring story line! This movie is made by a bunch of idiots who just wants to make a movie and splash bloody all over girls and see them in bras! Don't waste your time with this crap!

Sean M (es) wrote: Say what you will about the cheese factor of this movie but I was consistently entertained watching Primeval. The movie starts off with a bang and keeps chugging along at a great pace. Lots of action, lots of blood, good movie.

Steve H (br) wrote: My GOD I do not know to describe how special this movie was. It's hilarious but be careful who you show this movie to.

Cody B (us) wrote: I felt like I had actually gotten dumber when I left the theater. I had trouble walking, that's how bad this movie was. It made me forget how to walk. Maybe if I watched it again it would be funny?? :/

Hobie P (ag) wrote: Stupid! I dont think its brilliant for a somebody to make a killer sound like hes having sex everytime he kills someone!

Mike W (mx) wrote: 2 parents+18 kids= Crazy family

Allan C (br) wrote: Low budget and rather turgid space opera about astronauts finding a lone survivor of a ship crash on Mars. Unfortunately, she turns out to be a vampire. In the plus column for the film you get a young Dennis Hopper and John Saxon, along with past his prime Basil Rathbone, and the film also has a decent ending. In the negative column, it's boring, it's poorly directed, painfully low budget and even uses stock special effects footage from Soviet era Russian sci-fi films.

Scott A (jp) wrote: This movie was pretty horrible. I gave it a star because instead of being dreadful to watch, at least you are entertained by how bad it is.The cast is awful. Not one actor in the bunch. Kurt Angle is especially bad.I watched this cause I loved Jenna on Survivor, but if you're gonna make a cheap direct to dvd film that looks like it was shot in a basement, at least show the goods girl! She's a stripper...and she never even takes anything off? In what world Ms? ;)The less said about this turd the better.

Pia K (ru) wrote: Aivoille sopivaa hmpp typivn jlkeen... ;) (Suom. Nelj joulua yhdess pivss)

Mitchell M (fr) wrote: The message in "Road To Perdition" is handled with director Sam Mende's trademark nuance, and is conveyed through beautiful cinematography and its universally strong cast.