Cousin cousine

Cousin cousine

Two distant cousins meet at a wedding banquet for an elderly couple. Over time, a close friendship develops between them, but their spouses begin to think that they are more than just friends.

Two distant cousins meet at a wedding banquet for an elderly couple. Over time, a close friendship develops between them, but their spouses begin to think that they are more than just friends. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Lauren Courtney F (ag) wrote: AMAZING AWESOME SUPER

Jahmane P (ru) wrote: hotskull killerbean!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Gaspar O (kr) wrote: OK for a kids movie. What I found odd was that Pauly Shore got to play an adult that became a kid and this was possibly his most mature performance to date. Wheeze the juice!

Jose C (us) wrote: I don't like sad comedies!! Like they contradict the point of being a comedy!

charles r (ru) wrote: I had the VHS and watched it over and over again 30 years ago. One of my favorite movies of all time. Musical performances are fabulous and the soundtrack is one of the best ever. Through his acting Prince shows the sensitivity that made him the ultimate super star.

Robin L (br) wrote: By heaping on the energy and giving free rein to a cast packed with classic 40s character actors, Walsh barrels over the impediments of a dodgy biopic structure.

Lenny R (jp) wrote: It's got a pretty standard blaxploitation plot (or at least one that would become standard), and a couple of moments are a bit (unintentionally) ridiculous. But it's well written, skillfully directed, and Pam Grier's performance is outstanding; she moves from concerned sister to gentle nurse to potty-mouthed, shotty-toting vigilante to haunted, jilted woman with complete aplomb. Sure, you could call it sexist, what with Coffy's top being torn off every few scenes, but Grier and the character just wear it (or not), and plough on like it's not relevant - "So I'm topless. Who cares? Get outta my way. I got pushers to kill." She can cope. Coffy's never actually a victim, at least not for long, so it kind of balances out (or at least seems to, to me). The score is excellent (Tarantino doesn't steal from amateurs) and complements the superbly-executed action sequences beautifully. Admittedly, my experience of the blaxploitation genre is less than comprehensive, but of all the examples I've seen to date (including Shaft and Cleopatra Jones, along with Grier's follow-up to this, Foxy Brown) Coffy is definitely my favourite.

Erick S (kr) wrote: It's a spectacular B-rated movie!