Love Jones

Love Jones

Darius Lovehall is a young black poet in Chicago who starts dating Nina Moseley, a beautiful and talented photographer. While trying to figure out if they've got a "love thing" or are just "kicking it," they hang out with their friend, talking about love and sex. Then Nina tests the strength of Darius' feelings and sets a chain of romantic complications into motion.

The movie follows Darius Lovehall, a novelist who falls in love at first sight with beautiful and talented photographer Nina Mosley who later tests the strength of Darius' feelings and sets a chain of romantic complications into motion. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Julian E (us) wrote: That doesn't mean I didn't like it. It was hilarious.

Omar A (kr) wrote: Es divertida y tierna, pero es puro nudo, no hay introduccin ni desenlace, pero es entretenida y se deja ver, que bien que acta la Binoche, te compra.

Lyndsay M (ag) wrote: What a steaming pile of S**T!!! For anyone to think this is a good movie is mind blowing to me. The only thing remotely scary about this movie is the horrendous "acting" and awful everything else! JESUS!

Private U (gb) wrote: 08 June 2007. WOW. This was a nice surprise. Lead actress is so beautiful. A couple of interesting moviemaking techniques.

Max J (ru) wrote: Despite some clever scatalogical humor, this turd never manages to move me. Pretty bad, but they were trying to make a "bad" movie. Success."

Alex K (au) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.

Marco F (es) wrote: Although I think it is a bit too straightforward, LE CERCLE ROUGE is nearly faultless in all other departments. There wasn't a moment in this great, masterful film where I wasn't on the edge of my seat, genuinely not knowing what would happen next.

Karlo M (br) wrote: From the harrowing opening sequence to the ending's somber reflections, This Man Must Die is a wonderful psychological thriller that hits all the right notes for the makings of a contemporary Greek tragedy. After his son dies in a hit-and-run accident, Charles makes a solemn vow to kill the person responsible for the murder of his only child. Months of investigation leads to several dead-ends but when chance plays a role in his search, he finds himself within striking distance of Paul, a monstrous character bent on terrorizing anyone in his way including his own family. This is where the film veers from a traditional thriller and goes straight into psychological suspense in which Chabrol is so great at. We know how the story is going to unfold but the maze by which to get there is the real adventure. Chabrol explores his favourite subject matter, man's inner beast, a ruptured family, all set in the heart of the French bourgeois. Great casting in Jean Yanne who is the quintessential omnipresent French asshole.

Charlie M (br) wrote: The joy of this movie is every scene of these two with crackling dialog (written by Quentin Tarantino no less!) as they engage in beefs over chain of command, and philosophical debates about nuclear weapons. The actors have a ball as they go toe-to-toe with their egos overriding the good of a nation. Surrounded by a great supporting cast Viggo Mortensen, James Gandolfini and a cameo from Jason Robards, the film moves at a thrilling pace and is a tense watch. It's directed by Tony Scott, produced by the Don Simpson/Jerry Bruckheimer duo, and so naturally it's filled with intensely colorful lighting, overbearing music and melodramatic shots of a group of workers pausing to look up in a moment of doom. There aren't any circular helicopter shots or an excess of explosions, so it's a subdued outing for these filmmakers.The movie is enjoyable, but somewhat forgettable. The performances are highlight, and the nuclear discussions are interesting to listen to. Something never stated, but quietly hinted at, is the racial tension of having an black man in charge of their ship. This issue would have been pointed out in any movie made today, because Obama.If I were to squeeze a message out of Crimson Tide, it would be about the changing of the guard in the American father figures. While we were once raised by gruff, no-nonsense dads, we've since transitioned into calm, attentive fathers who take feelings into consideration. The question becomes what's the better decision: a pat on the back or a swift kick in the ass?

Mayank F (jp) wrote: engaging but just doesn't deliver on a scale expected.