A group of friends in a Tel Aviv suburb get together to watch Universong, a Eurovision-like television song contest. They gather to watch and are depressed by the lifelessness of the Israeli entry, a parody of many recent offerings, a flashy, grating song about "amour." Realizing that Anat is distraught over the crisis in her marriage, they decide to compose a song to cheer her up. As a lark, they enters their cellphone video of it in next year's contest, and it becomes Israel's entry.
- Stars:Efrat Dor, Dana Ivgy, Ofer Shechter, Keren Berger, Yael Bar-Zohar, Anat Waxman, Denis Sandler,
- Country:Israel, France
- Director:Eytan Fox,
- Writer:Eli Bijaoui, Eytan Fox
When a group of best friends in Tel Aviv gather to watch 'UniverSong', they are less than impressed by the official Israeli entry. Believing that they can do better, they spontaneously ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: Miten joku voi pit tst typeryydest?? Okei, Soittorasiakin oli pelottava 9v. Eihn tst 'found footage' generest voi pit kuin lapsenmieliset jotka pelk omaa varjoaankin. Olisihan se hienoa jos pystyisi elytymn niin vahvasti, ett tllaiset toimisi. Mutta kun ei, niin silloin nm muuttuu naurettaviksi tuhnuiksi.
(de) wrote: Frustrated by his ongoing failure to meet Mr. Right, Blaine stumbles upon what might be his perfect match in an online chat room-Xander, a sweet, hunky guy who's recently moved to LA. Smitten, Blaine then finds that he's been chatting to Xander under his go-go dancer roommate's profile, setting in motion a convoluted comedy of errors with romance as the ultimate objective. THIS MOVIE MAD ME CRY but a really good movie
(br) wrote: A wonderful film! And i'm surprised this hasn't really gone global yet.
(gb) wrote: It's strangely watchable.
(it) wrote: Very scared, I didnt know that the mexincan could do so scary flims :|
(it) wrote: Watched 8 times! Funniest I've ever seen. Did you really expect a serious movie with this cast. I'm watching again tonight. JB
(fr) wrote: Repeated contrivances, and the occasional overly slight humour, rather detract from a story trying simultaneously to be nice and to convince you how bleak and difficult the situation is. It succeeds in both aims, but consequently with somewhat less impact than reviews lead you to expect.
(nl) wrote: This takes a little while to find it's feet, all the 'Great Escape' gags feel a little try-hard and stop the narrative from findings it's own way. Once we get to the second half though with a more traditional Wallace & Gromit setup of a Chicken Pie machine peril and some really funny chase sequences it really takes fly though. Real fun and some great slapstick, my 3 year old absolutely loved it and would happily have watched it again immediately afterwards!
(it) wrote: Loved this film gritty and well put together.
(gb) wrote: This low budget sci-fi horror fick manages to entertain thanks to an interesting premise and in spite of sometimes unconvincing acting.
(us) wrote: After the success of Murder on the Orient Express (1974), it was inevitable that there would be another Poirot film. This brings together an all star cast from both sides of the Atlantic, and it makes for a very entertaining murder mystery that manages to have a sense of humour about it's proceedings. Set on a river cruise going up the Nile river, it has newly married couple heiress Linnet Ridgeway (Lois Chiles) and Simon Doyle (Simon MacCorkindale) on their honeymoon, even though Simon's old flame Jacqueline de Bellefort (Mia Farrow) has followed them there, feeling jilted for Simon chosing Linnet over her. Belgian detective Hercule Poirot (Peter Ustinov) is on board, and so's Mrs. van Schuyler (Bette Davis), Miss Bowers (Maggie Smith), Linnet's maid Louise Bourget (Jane Birkin), novelist Salome Otterbourne (Angela Lansbury), American lawyer Andrew Pennington (George Kennedy) and Colonel Race (David Niven). However, when Jacqueline shoots Simon, and then Linnet ends up dead shortly afterwards, it's up to Poirot with help from Colonel Race to find out who killed Linnet, but as everyone had a grudge against her, everyone on the cruise is a suspect. You don't get murder mystery films like this anymore, and you won't get a cast as good as this anymore, Ustinov is a perfect choice for Poirot, while Lansbury and Davis steal the film. It's intriguing and captures the 1930's really well, and it has good dialogue