Francis is a young gay man, Marie is a young straight woman and the two of them are best friends -- until the day the gorgeous Nicolas walks into a Montreal coffee shop. The two friends, instantly and equally infatuated, compete for Nicolas' indeterminate affections, a conflict that climaxes when the trio visit the vacation home of Nicolas' mother. The frothy comedy unfolds through narrative, fantasy sequences and confessional monologues.

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Paul H (jp) wrote: You want a b grade horror then this is the one for you

Allen G (es) wrote: Regardless of one's stance on the Iraq war, it is impossible to deny that many mistakes were made. For a big list of them- watch this. The great crime of this documentary is how interesting and compelling it is, given that it's simply summarising relatively recent events. As it just so happens, many of those events are so unbelievable that you couldn't make them up. Watch this, watch 'Taxi to the dark side', watch 'Standard operating procedure' - watch them all. They're all great and they all matter.

Allan C (fr) wrote: Likable romantic comedy from one of the members of Broken Lizard. Cillian Murphy is a film geek, which I identified with, and meet a kooky girl straight out of a classic screwball comedy like "Bringing Up Baby" or "The Lady Eve" who breaks him out of his little video store world. Likable and funny, but nothing great.

Rodney P (es) wrote: Ugh....another classic from Cage.

Terri H (us) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested

Bill B (ag) wrote: Here's one to add to my "watch whenever it's on" list owing to the intricate, and well-scripted time-folding drama centering around the alternate life paths of the main character. Performances in all supporting roles helps overcome the marginally overblown climax.

Nick N (ru) wrote: Damn, it was huge when it came out.

Savannah H (jp) wrote: cool movelolLove it

James J (it) wrote: Description: an 80min abstract Rorschach version of the Judeo-Christian creation story. The Good: If you are not a fan of abstract/coffee-house films, then there will probably be nothing in this film that you will like. There is no dialogue and in fact, not even color as all of the images are comprised solely of pure black and pure white with no half-tones. The story is cryptic and hard to follow or understand (for most viewers) but if you like the bizarre and abstract then you will probably love this film. To be sure, there are certainly elements of horror here: scenes that are so graphic in nature that they are hard to watch and impossible to forget, but a suspenseful/slasher film it is not. Though there is no dialogue, the sound effects are unsettling, creepy, and at times, completely unnerving. Combined with the stark contrast and almost alien imagery, the soundtrack helps to evoke a completely surreal and horrifying world. For all of the truly gruesome and graphic images that abound in the realm of cinema horror, no other film as made this reviewer as uncomfortable, tense, and truly horrified as Elias Merhige(TM)s Begotten. Gaspar Noe(TM)s Irreversible came close for a few minutes during the infamous rape scene, but that is only a fraction of the freaked-out-edness to be experienced in this film. The Bad: Begotten is surreal and somewhat abstract. The characters are more akin to Jungian archetypes than they are stock character types, which makes this a hard to follow/understand film. However, these elements give the viewer an interpretive freedom and participation level that is rarely, if ever, found in mainstream films. You may not come away with the same story the filmmaker was telling, but the one you glean will be more personal and meaningful. The Ugly: The imagery is borderline abstract at times due to the phenomenal amount of processing that went into this film (follow the above Wikipedia link for more details on that), but it is up to each viewer to truly determine the value of this quality. For myself, I have nothing negative to remark on concerning the style, acting, video or audio quality of this film. Old School: Truly old school fans of horror will probably dig this one, and by truly old school I mean those people who own a copy of The Student of Prague, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, or Murnau(TM)s Nosferatu. You know who you are. Also, fans of Eraserhead will most likely enjoy it as well. New Blood: Younger audiences who enjoy MTV-style editing and seeing Paris Hilton in horror films, will probably hate this one. If you don(TM)t know who Max Schreck is, then I(TM)m talking about you. Go back to the mall and forget you ever heard about this movie. To See or Not to See? Rent, buy, pirate or con? Good luck finding this one anywhere. I have never seen it on eBay, and only once at Amazon - for over one hundred dollars (US). I know of one video store in Atlanta that has it. So however you can watch this film, by all means do so.

Randy P (de) wrote: A movie you can watch over and over again without it growing old and stays as funny as it was the first watch.

Vincent T (ru) wrote: Super film d'espionnage de Tony Scott, avant-gardiste qui plus est (1998) que j'adore toujours autant. Tres bon scenar, bien realise, bien mene avec un W.Smith et un G.Hackman qui jouent a la perfection. Parfait !

Al K (jp) wrote: Pretty good, funny, good!