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Nora Wilder (Parker Posey), a single, career woman works at a Manhattan boutique hotel where her excellent skills in guest relations lack in the romantic department. If it is not her loving and dominant mother (Gena Rowlands) attempting to set her up that consistently fail, she has her friend’s (Drea de Matteo) disastrous blind dates to rely on as a backup for further dismay. She's surrounded by friends who are all happily engaged or romantically involved and somehow, love escapes Nora -- until she meets an unusual Frenchman (Melvil Poupaud) who helps her discover life beyond her self-imposed boundaries.

Nora Wilder is freaking out. Everyone around her is in a relationship, is married, or has children. Nora is in her thirties, alone with job she's outgrown and a mother who constantly ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Giovanni M (es) wrote: The creation of Image Comics, which went on to become the 3rd largest comics publisher behind Marvel and DC.'The Walking Dead' wouldn't exist if these guys hadn't changed the game in the early '90s. A must-see for any comics fan.

Thom K (ca) wrote: An amazing, moving and hopeful testament to the power and potential of non-violent action to make the world more just, peaceful and human.

Marco F (ca) wrote: Unambitious, lazy, third-world and very, very safe, SENNA is about an Brazilian motor racing driver whose exploits behind and away from the driver's seat were the actions of a truly remarkable character. The film isn't even really worth reviewing- but as a fan of motor racing and Ayrton Senna, I saw this film. And it is made to impress- but I was not impressed.As well put together as it is, it's hard to take a safe, fan-made movie like this seriously- it does it's subject justice in terms of paying a tribute, but honestly- the film is so unbalanced and so tame in its treatment of its main subject, that it's really just a tribute piece, and the whole exercise of making and seeing the movie becomes pointless. Why? Any person can do that- in any shape or form. You might as well get a drink, and before drinking your drink, you could say, "this drink is for Ayrton Senna." In the long run- it's a meaningless exercise. This subject could have been explored in so many different, more interesting ways- but it wasn't. Film is an art form that should be used in ways to channel the extraordinary- and this film is just ordinary.If you're not a fan of Formula One or you don't know who Ayrton Senna is, then it's hard to get interested in this movie. It's just fodder for the mill- which seems to be a disturbing trend in documentaries these days.

James H (gb) wrote: 3.5/10. Stupid Jean-Claude Van Damme actioner, dumb plot, dumb performances, dumb everything. The score is particularly tiresome. Every cliche is in this film. Bad film.

Tim W (fr) wrote: Heart warming English tale

Jack S (nl) wrote: It's pretty good, some jokes fall flat in the first half, but the last half is very funny and well done.

Lynnie H (de) wrote: This movie was much better than I expected it to be. If you can get your hands on it give it a go, Mark Harmon in the lead role is amazing. I love him as an actor.

Timothy S (de) wrote: Director John Waters has always been known for pushing the boundaries in films like "Polyester", but before all that he made several truly underground films that were highly experimental and got away with murder. The first of those movies was "Female Trouble", and this is one film that should have stayed under ground. I'm all about films that push the limits, but I had abandoned all hope for this at the ten minute mark. Before that I was with this all the way, but it makes a wrong turn and never recovers. This is bleak, annoying and hard to watch for most of its running time. In fact, I can't see this picture appealing to anyone outside of Waters' hardcore homosexual following. I've never wanted to be a member of the mainstream movie-going public until I saw this revolting renegade picture. It's obviously meant to be high camp, but it's never funny and very unappealing. It's hard to imagine the attempted rape of a fourteen year old to work in any kind of film, but it's especially distasteful in an alleged comedy such as this. Divine is an actor/actress that only the gay community could adore. For the rest of us, there is no appeal. He's like a relative that tells racist, offensive jokes over the holidays that you can't get rid of. In fact, there's no character or performer in this that you like or can relate to in any way, shape or form. Waters may have started his cult following with "Female Trouble", but it didn't gain him any ground with me. This is a shameful, embarrassing and appalling film. Having an open mind won't make this any easier to swallow.

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