More than 130,000 advertising professionals have lost their jobs in this 'Great Recession.' Lemonade is about what happens when people who were once paid to be creative in advertising are forced to be creative with their own lives.
- Stars:Elena Chebaturkina, Michael Tikhonov, Damir Eldarov, Ludmila Shuvalova, Irina Savina, Sergei Nabiyev, Vikas Anand, Vijay Arora, Master Bhagwan, Brahm Bhardwaj, Madhu Chanda, Vincenzo Salemme, Jan Decleir, Jack Wouterse, Anouk van Schie, Meike Hurts, Monique de Waal, Fleur Minjon, Inge Ipenburg, Manuel Broekman, Maya van den Broecke, Jaap Spijkers, Naomi van Es, Chiel Van Berkel,
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Kenisha V (mx) wrote: The comedy and movie itself is hilarious! I suggest you watched this if you need to laugh and cry at the same time.??
Ben R (mx) wrote: Thought this would be quality with it being the cast of Peep Show......Wrong, asleep in 20 minutes!
Patrick W (es) wrote: This movie was absolute garbage. A real piece of crap. Avoid at all costs.
Jim A (ca) wrote: While its animation is less of a step down from most direct to video sequels it still features a plot that is weak and enough annoying kiddie humor to make everyone above the age of twelve groan. It mostly feels like a rehash of the first movie which was already one of Disneys weaker theatrical features but forgoes most of the first movies redeeming elements of tragedy for just more of its cutsey fluff
Chris B (es) wrote: One of the best of all time!
Brenda M (it) wrote: this is a great ,movie why isn't Leonard Nimoy in the cast list on this page his character is important to the story :-(
Randy P (au) wrote: It's a guilty pleasure popcorn flick. That's all.
Micky L (us) wrote: Mortal Kombat may not be the best video game movie (or a good movie in that matter), but it is the more decent ones.
Amber E (ru) wrote: although it has johnny depp i think it sounds slightly gross
Steven P (fr) wrote: a proper racing film
Gregory G (fr) wrote: Writer-director Steven Soderbergh's low-budget feature film debut, that won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival and is credited with the emergence of the modern independent film movement. A talky drama about adult sexuality, it calls to mind the films of Eric Rohmer. Peter Gallagher is a self-centered, yuppie lawyer with a prudish, frigid wife (Andie MacDowell), who is having an affair with her wanton, impudent sister (Laura San Giacomo). Things get more complicated when the lawyer's impotent, secretive college roommate (James Spader) visits, revealing his videotaped recordings of women confessing their carnal activities to him. This is a candid exploration of sexual repression, inhibitions, and carnality, but Soderbergh loses his nerve, and the motives and revelations become moralistic and simple-minded. Soderbergh's pacing is deliberate and his style is assured but clinical. Nothing momentous or especially pleasurable here, but the acting is exemplary. Spader was awarded Best Actor at Cannes. Selected for preservation by the National Film Registry.