Love Me If You Dare
As adults, best friends Julien and Sophie continue the odd game they started as children -- a fearless competition to outdo one another with daring and outrageous stunts. While they often act out to relieve one another's pain, their game might be a way to avoid the fact that they are truly meant for one another.
- Stars:Michael Rooker, Bas Rutten, Dana Lee, G. Anthony Joseph, Wolf Muser, Marco Ruas, Cal Robertson, Andre Keuck, Serataren Adragna, Melissa Banks, Joshua Bednarsky, Rachel Benichak, Guillaume Canet, Marion Cotillard, Thibault Verhaeghe, Joséphine Lebas-Joly, Emmanuelle Grönvold, Gérard Watkins, Gilles Lellouche, Julia Faure, Laëtizia Venezia Tarnowska, Élodie Navarre, Nathalie Nattier, Robert Willar, Frédéric Geerts, Manuela Sanchez, Philippe Drecq,
- Country:France, Belgium
- Director:Yann Samuell,
- Writer:Yann Samuell
Julien Janvier lost his mother young, drifted apart from his working class father and ever closer to confident Sophie Kowalsky, the Polish class outsider. Their dares game, symbolized by an... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: The girls come off juvenile, defiant, almost bratty but they have a voice and they are not afraid to use it.Appalling or Performance Art? Up to you.One thing is for sure they certainly struck a nerve with their last most infamous anti-government concert. The reactions from the church advocates and the judicial system speaks volumes.
(gb) wrote: Numbingly dull...tries to capture the magic of Easy Rider, but it is a one note tune and never progresses..wins score for hair flying behind motorcyle.
(gb) wrote: I like this movie better than Steve Jobs. I recommend it.
(it) wrote: Even by pre-MCU standards, ELEKTRA is pretty bad. You have a nonsensical script, flat characters, uninspired dialogue, and equally bad delivery. DAREDEVIL was no prize, but this spin off failed in a large part to even be entertainingly bad. I can't really claim to know much about Elektra since I've never read any of the comics, but I have a hard time believing that the interpretation here was in any way faithful, except maybe cosmetically. If there's one thing the film has going for it, Jennifer Garner looks stunningly attractive in the character's trademark red costume. Even the filmmakers seem to be aware of this fact, as they spend an inordinate amount of screen time devoted to her movement in slow motion just looking sexy. Aside from some hackneyed backstory, though, Elektra is barely as fleshed out as the supporting cast around her. Even more to its detriment, no attempt is made whatsoever to explain anything whatsoever. The only thing that is clear is that The Hand is after some teenage girl who is "The Treasure," and Elektra somehow gets caught in the middle of it. Other than that, it's the same old "antihero who finds the good within themselves" hokum that we've seen dozens of times already. But, one must give credit where credit is due. The production design and art direction on this film is pretty darn good. Costumes, sets, and effects were all done quite well. Even the action, though edited in a slightly irritating way, was effective enough. Too bad there wasn't more of it, though. The best scene is arguably Elektra's (re)introduction, but after that the pacing takes a nosedive and doesn't really recover until the last 30 minutes, and by then it's too late. Plenty of time is spent with Elektra and the two people she's originally tasked with killing, but the villains are left out in the cold as far as development is concerned. They all look cool and have some cool abilities, but their goal is ill-defined (as is the human MacGuffin they're after) and the actors playing them were risibly bad when they decided to open their mouths. If there's anything else to say to the film's detriment, it's that the pacing is so lethargic in the middle portion it becomes boring. When it comes down to it, I feel like only the Marvel completist would enjoy this in the slightest. Even as a DAREDEVIL apologist, I must say that ELEKTRA is non-essential when it comes to the Marvel canon. There is visual appeal to be had, but that's about it. Thank goodness the rights reverted back from Fox to Marvel Studios, because I feel like the Netflix DAREDEVIL show will finally get her right.
(au) wrote: Just love it. Whatched this movie after I`ve lived in Istanbul for a while, maybee thats why..?
(jp) wrote: A really funny film. Joe Pesci is really funn in this film. It really isnt his best work but it still is a good laugh.
(jp) wrote: What this movie does a terrible job at is establishing a norm. Plus the whole side plots that have nothing to do with Gordy finding his family and are so far beyond what a child would ever be interested in (re: changing camera lenses, dead grandfathers, line dancing).
(us) wrote: A thriller with an interesting concept: the single eyewitness to a murder is recovering from eye surgery that corrected her blindness and can't fully rely on her vision to identify the murderer. Madeleine Stowe is tremendous here. Her husky voice and inherent confidence in herself make her a favorite of mine. She gives just the right amount of vulnerability to this character to make her sympathetic when the character is written as almost completely unlikable. Quinn gives his usual average performance. I enjoyed this.
(ag) wrote: Saw this cinematic fart in a theater, it was really bad, but for some reason I couldn't forget it.
(mx) wrote: The spirit of a 15th century decapitated devil worshipper is summoned up by a seance. Things degenerate when the severed head is reunited with the body. Another memorable Spanish film.
(ru) wrote: Not really a great western, but it's an absorbing work of psychological storytelling; Stanwyck is in one of her best performances, and Walter Huston is - Walter Huston. One big asset: it's one of the rare westerns that, if they played old movies, would fit right in on Lifetime, while still working for the manly-man looking for something interesting.
(ca) wrote: Old Yeller stands as one of the titans of cinema classics, one of the few handful of movies that most everybody knows and that backs up its popularity with a simple story of love, loyalty, and a timeless, honest look at the way the world works. Of all the movies ever made, there are only a handful, maybe even less, that everyone should absolutely see. This is one of them.
(gb) wrote: Sooo fucking funny, if you like abc of death you will like this