Someone I loved (Je L'Aimais) is based on the best-selling novel by Anna Gavalda. It's the story of Pierre (Daniel Auteuil), who takes his daughter-in-law, Chloe (Florence Loiret Caille) ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Luis B (es) wrote: una perdida de tiempo total, no tiene nada de comedia y menos de romantico
Andrew B (gb) wrote: I love Crispin's work, and went into this knowing what to expect. The slideshow was hysterical. The Q+A was fun (lotta douchebags in MN) and I got him to sign my CD. Overall, it was a great night.The film in particular was interesting. What he had to say afterwards really made the film better in a sense. He kind of explained it, without explaining it at all. Can't wait for "It is Fine! Everything is Fine."
Steven V (de) wrote: The movie is very much in the style of the Jason Bourne movies with the formula agency spooks and espionage stuff. The first and last 20 minutes are pretty good and even though the middle section drags quite a bit the movie still never had that feeling of being terrible like Today You Die. The bad guys aren't too clichd while John Pyper-Ferguson is a welcome casting, even though he seems to be putting on a bizarre accent. The fight sequences, which are extremely few and brief, are poor. The poorness of the fights however are due to the fact that Steven Seagal isn't present in any of them, even though his character is involved. However there is a great car chase and the movie also includes some impressive stunts.
frederator d (ag) wrote: Like a Beavis and Butthead episode, this movie is wickedly offensive, sometimes offbrough and at points a little stupid, but like a beavis and butthead episode, it is unbelievably funny and a true 90s movie
Jack S (es) wrote: Not a particularly good movie, but, strangely fascinating. It works best as a slightly-off time capsule (punk rock, 1981) and a cautionary tale that we've heard before: the celebrity machine will chew you up and spit you out, it's all about money, rebels become the establishment, fans are sheep, etc. But you get teenage Diane Lane (looking a bit like Annabella from Bow Wow Wow) fronting a band that includes young Laura Dern. They are terrible, worse than the Shaggs, but no one seems to notice. The rival band is Paul Simonon and Steve Jones from the Clash, Paul Cook from the Sex Pistols, and a young Ray Winstone, though not quite as young as he was in Quadrophenia. And Fee Waybill from the Tubes plays some combo-60s burnout rocker/Gene Simmons-type. Oh, yeah, and a blonde-haired Christine Lahti is in this too. The time frame is confusing, the rise to fame unfathomable, and a lot of the dialogue is ridiculous--this doesn't seem to take place in reality (though the shitty Pennsylvania towns and shopping-plaza parking lots are certainly realistic enough). You're left with a pretty compelling curiosity factor and a few decent performances from actors who would go on to bigger things.
Josiah C (gb) wrote: Probably the greatest music video of all time.
Freddie F (fr) wrote: The most hilariously delusional character in one of the most twisted and darkest comedies of all time."All of you, can't you see what you are doing? Worshiping the flesh and ignoring the spiritual. Oh, if only you could see the light. Discovering my consciousness was like finding a million dollars in the street! I'm glowing with happiness!""Well, glow on then, Taffy, because the sight of you makes my flesh crawl! I'm sick of listening to you babble commandments and spout gibberish. Its turning my stomach, do you hear? And in just a few seconds I'm going to put you out of your happiness!"
Brian P (de) wrote: Waste of TIME!! Very Weak movie, DO NOT WATCH, if you do end up watching it, side effects may include: Suicide, murder ramapages, road ramapage, any kinds of ways of harming yourself, and many others...
Sasha T (kr) wrote: Funny to rewatch and see how silly things seem now in adulthood.
Mu M (au) wrote: Delightful gentle comedy with a generous dose of Roald Dahl weirdness. Predictably great performances from Dustin Hoffman and Judi Dench, and even the one-dimensional James Cordon is well cast as the soppy narrator.