Camille is a courtesan in Paris. She falls deeply in love with a young man of promise, Armand Duval. When Armand's father begs her not to ruin his hope of a career and position by marrying Armand, she acquiesces and leaves her lover. However, when poverty and terminal illness overwhelm her, Camille discovers that Armand has not lost his love for her.

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Jeffrey B (gb) wrote: Z makes an interesting non-canon antagonist in this movie because he is partly connected to the main story of One Piece alongside Shiki the Golden Lion of the previous film: "One Piece Film: Strong World".

Mike D (kr) wrote: Sarah Michelle Gellar has had some great roles over the course of her career. As is the case with any actor, she has also had a few duds. 2006's 'The Return' is among these. Set in southern Texas, 'Return' follows a career-driven woman named Joanna (Gellar) who returns home to close a business deal, only to be confronted with her dark mysteries from her past. The film is generally slow-paced, and it tries to be a traditional horror film with a bunch of cheap "gotcha" scares that don't add anything substantial. The plot is pretty dreary, and while it's not all that confusing, it's uninspiring to say the least. Additionally, the "twist" at the end can be seen from a mile away. There really isn't a whole lots to say about 'The Return,' except that it is one of those films that is better off left in the past to collect dust.

Lee G (it) wrote: This DVD surprised me. I was not familiar with the comedian Aziz Ansari at first, but once I got the DVD started, I knew it would be interesting, in a good way. Even though I was not familiar with his characters on anything else, I was hooked in because of his unique voice and mannerisms and ways he kept things interesting. He kept your attention and it never got boring.

Christine P (de) wrote: {friendship has no religion} is the tagline of this Brooklyn-based coming-of-age drama. Arranged, directed by Diane Crespo, takes a fresh look at the traditional lifestyles of two young teachers who become unlikely friends. Rochel (Zoe Lister Jones) is an introverted Orthodox Jewish woman who is a special education teacher working in a public school assisting a blind student. The general education teacher (??regular?? teacher) in the classroom is Nasira (Francis Benhamou), a lively Muslim woman.Even though they come from completely different religious backgrounds, Rochel and Nasira bond over all that they have in common: their choice to seek arranged marriages with the assistance of family members, the struggle with an unsympathetic secular world, and the need to cope with how they are stereotyped by others. Rochel realizes how much her mother??s intolerance is at odds with her own approach when she??s forced to ask her new Muslim friend, Nasira, to leave her home. Meanwhile, Nasira begins to find traces of promise in her family??s search for her mate, and even finds a way to boost Rochel??s cause for marital hope as well.My favorite element of Arranged is how the lead actresses portrayed their characters with such tenderness, vulnerability, and tenderness. I felt as though I could feel the tension tugging them between their chosen commitments and the opportunity to trade them in for an easier way of life. As a Catholic Christian, I can relate to their desire to walk the narrow path for the sake of Heaven, the resistance they face from outsiders not committed to their faith, and the lack of understanding from the family that is supposed to be supportive. Their performances were inspired and full of life and truth.Moreover, the cinematography and thematic soundtrack contributed to the authentic feel of the film. Arranged combines drama with the comedy of the frustrations of daily life and family. I highly recommend this film for all audiences, and all ages from teen and up (there are some sexual references). Arranged is definitely worth tracking down the DVD on your inter-library loan system, or even paying the quite reasonable $10.99 to purchase it on the film??s website.

John O (ag) wrote: Fun musical movie...even if you don't like Abba you'll be singing along by the end.

Ethan P (nl) wrote: Alan Partridge is a devastatingly funny movie about ridiculousness in the workplace and the struggle for older people to compete with younger, fresher ideas and people.

Matti W (es) wrote: Big tits, bad acting,extremely bad acting, sex, cheap laughs, meat statues,blood, curse, coyote, ummm...what else...oh yes and a hilarious Claymation cock... :D Watch it if you like the things listed above, its a treat.:D

Cheryl W (ca) wrote: Loved it - a really nice movie with a fantastic ending -

Kim L (ru) wrote: Everybody has their guilty pleasures. Some, like me, have more than one(hundred). This is my favorite. "I'll have my revenge, and DEATHSTALKER TOO!" - (cue title card)

Raymond C (kr) wrote: Watched this the year it came out and it left a lot of ideas in my head!

Luke C (ca) wrote: It's a good film but it moves at a slow pace and after a while you can just predict what's going to happen.

Andy W (fr) wrote: Strangely unengaging biopic which should be better than it is. It's a by the numbers expose tale which holds no surprises, much like the song it uses by radiohead. Nice to see joe mangle from neighbours in it, though.