Sometimes, when you think you have it all, everything falls apart. That is exactly the story of Jeanne .Just when she is offered the chance to dub famous American actress Jennifer Marshall in a successful American TV Show and her salary is about to triple, Marshall decides to withdraw from the show. So Jeanne makes a crazy decision, fly to Hollywood herself and make Jennifer change her mind about leaving the series...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:107 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:English,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:one word title,  

French voice artist Jeanne dubs American actress Jennifer in a hit TV series. But when she blows a fuse and retires Jeanne's world comes crashing down. So she goes to LA to convince ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Jonah R (fr) wrote: Though I liked the 1st one, like Flicka 2 only I didn't like the original, was unneeded to have a sequel. Drew Barrymore and Jamie Lee are lucky they got out of this one.

Bonnie H (es) wrote: My favorite scene is when a supposedly dead man wheels himself and his chair into the ocean! ^_^ But seriously, this movie couldn't decide if it wanted to be artsy, gritty, or an action flick. Plus there were some SERIOUSLY awkward scenes. If there were a censored version, I might be tempted to buy it to show off the three minutes of it that were so nonsensical that they were hilarious. The rest of it was just frustrating and meaningless. The movie definitely didn't deliver on the trailer.

Kobal M (jp) wrote: ..this movie puts you in as dreamlike state and leaves you on for a week..

Richard M (kr) wrote: How many of these do we really need, PLEASE STOP MAKING THESE!!!

Claude B (ca) wrote: wry and simple.. good movie for thematic isolation.

Greg W (us) wrote: wanna be 'indy jones' or 'warehouse 13' but misses the mark by a mile

Michelle N (ag) wrote: Overall it wasn't the worst movie I've ever seen but it certainly had some cringeworthy scenes that were a struggle to make it through!

Jeffrey M (ru) wrote: A great visual style, as you would expect from Roland Joffe(TM), but it ultimately lacks the narrative power of his better works, notably The Killing Fields. The production values and overall world building of civil war torn Spain was excellent, but the more modern storyline, to which the film often flashbacks to, was less convincing (especially the ~aged(TM) Wes Bentley), and often undermined the more compelling earlier story. I also felt the themes were a bit heavy handed, a symptom of an unpolished script, one that also features some stilted dialogue. Olga Kurlenko, for her part, was amazing, and was certainly the most compelling character of this historical epic. At the end, you have a lot of great set pieces and some good story elements, making it watchable, but certainly not without some problems.3/5 Stars

Arjun A (de) wrote: An excellent soundtrack, sumptuous imagery and steely sincerity elevate it to classic status. High-brow be damned!

Steve J (fr) wrote: Grimy, unpleasant character study makes Deliverance look like Breakfast at Tiffany's and certainly presents an unflattering portrait of the Australian male psyche. Controversial not only for its uncompromising critique of barbaric machismo but for its representation of Outback culture (which doesn't make one want to take a trip Down Under any time soon), this film contains a number of shockingly brutal images (including a real kangaroo hunt, which made me want to throw up). I don't want to reveal too many details about the plot, so I'll just say that this film is sort of the inverse of Crocodile Dundee (with which it shares at least one supporting actor), and that Donald Pleasance gives what may be his creepiest performance. The end of this film left me speechless, breathless, and utterly spent. WATCH IT!!!