Swedish Lucas moves from Stockholm to a small Norwegian town, and immediately falls in love with Susanne, the goal keeper of the local girls' soccer team. He becomes axquanted with the overweight, sex-fixated son of the coach. With him as a sparring partner, Lukas hatches a plan for winning Susanne's heart. But Susanne has a boyfriend, and Lucas soon comes to realize that the road to love may be paved with lies and animosity. Cupid's Balls is packed with humour, romantic summer nights and fervent conflicts both off an on the soccer field.
Writer:Stian Angel Eriksen (screenplay), Peder Fuglerud, Frederick Howard (story), Kristoffer Metcalfe
Lucas, a teenage boy, moves to a small town in Norway from Stockholm, Sweden. He falls for Susanne, who is on the girl's football team and is dating the captain of the boy's football team. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Maciej Z (mx) wrote: The rare example of the low quality low-res special effects,
Ms L (nl) wrote: Even better then the first AWSOME
Kurt E (ca) wrote: Great film funny and endearing can't wait to see what the director did differently in his american version
Geoff J (br) wrote: I made 23 mins before turning it off...how long will you last?
Jesse L (ca) wrote: The stark genre-blending may be jarring for some, but if you can get over it, you're in for a fun, if shallow, cinematic edda that happens to involve spacemen and aliens.
Peter M (ag) wrote: A so-so funny/so so predictable Michael Cera romcom.
Ian E (de) wrote: The filming of "Two Brothers" is extraordinary enough to capture the emotion and depth of the story of these two tigers. Plus, while their story is captured by the tiger's sound and movement in a heartwarming way, they are accompanied by greatly played out acting performances.
Jamie J (br) wrote: Somewhere back in the mists of time, around twelve (or thirteen) years ago I found myself watching Disney's 'Pirates of the Caribbean: The curse of the black pearl' (to use the full and somewhat long title.) and thoroughly enjoyed the silliness of it all and the whole swashbuckling adventure. Perhaps it is my cynical, and jaded mind, perhaps it is the less than stellar sequel that ruined it for me, or maybe I just grew out of it. But this time around the black pearl didn't quite resonate with me. It's still quite fun, and i find the wooden acting of the Orlando/Kiera partnership is just as awful as was in 2003. Bloom in particular looks confused like he has just discovered the inner meaning of the universe. Or soiled himself, and doesn't know what to do. I still however enjoy Johnny Depp's ridiculous over acting, and he still arguably has one of the greatest cinematic entrances ever. What little Caribbean sunshine you see really is beautiful too. But the fact that I know what comes after all this doesn't quite leave me. And I'm not sure I like it.
Jeremy B (kr) wrote: Pretty boring. So slow.
Dawid J (ag) wrote: India - born, Romania - matured, Spain - reborn.
Andrey B (nl) wrote: Jeff Bridges' performance is truly magnificent and mesmerizing, he deservedly was given an Oscar nomination for an unusual role.
Paul J (kr) wrote: Henry Fonda is a powerhouse. Good spaghetti western. Sergio Leone is a master. Good flick.
gary t (es) wrote: WOW.....WOW....SUCH AN ENJOYABLE MOVIE 2 WATCH WITH SUCH A FANTASTIC CAST THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE IT IS SUCH A FANTASTIC MOVIE 2 WATCH WITH SUCH A BRILLIANT CAST THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE......WARNING THIS MOVIE CONTAINS STROBE LIGHTNING EFFECTS THROUGHOUT SOME SCENES THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE....... ITS GOT SUCH A FANTASTIC SOUNDTRACK THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE IT IS SUCH A BRILLIANT MOVIE 2 WATCH WITH A BRILLIANT CAST THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE........
Stephanie P (ru) wrote: I still love this movie. I hate the fact that everyone complained because it was in French. Hello, was written in French. Seriously. I wish I did read the book but they are hard to find, so I couldn't really compare between what was kept in details. The ending does feel rushed but I like it even if it was a bit long. We don't have enough of these movies. And the series was so long ago. I still like the interpretation of our famous gentleman cambrioleur.I would love to see Arsene Lupin vs Sherlock Holmes (or Herlock Sholmes) come to the screen. Ah the battle of wits.
Jason S (it) wrote: If you love the characters, you'll love the film. If you don't, you won't.
Anthony C (ru) wrote: Dolph is truly bad ass as an assassin in this movie directed by Russell Mulcahy who did "The Shadow" among others.One to check out if u like action.
Greg B (gb) wrote: One of the few Christmas films made in the modern era that is not sappy or cruel. Good acting all around. Ed Burns most all around best film since "She's the One".