Paris doctor Catherine starts to think her husband, Bernard, is having an affair when she hears an unfamiliar woman's message on his voice mail. Hoping to learn more about his extramarital activities, Catherine heads to a strip club, where she hires call girl Nathalie to have a fling with Gerard. As the affair progresses, Nathalie gives Catherine regular status reports, and the relationship between the women evolves from business to personal.
Writer:Philippe Blasband (original idea), Jacques Fieschi, Anne Fontaine, François-Olivier Rousseau
Nathalie is the name a Parisian prostitute assumes for a special mission or "private investigation." She is engaged in this unusual and secretive task by a professional, upper-middle-class ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Greg P (it) wrote: A movie must be good when your heart tells you the movie was a 5 but your brain says 4. I loved the movie. So to not get sucked up in how my heart feels the movie was a 4. The actors flowed together beautifully. The stoty was original and damn it, when you get to see Elliot Gould in a movie it's a bonus within a bonus. So why a 4? I felt the film ended to abruptly. It lost its flow towards the end. It was like the writer saw the ending and just went there. Don't get me wrong, my brain and heart loved the ending. It was just the quick trip there that they did not. The movie was wonderful and only $6.99 to buy on Amazon Prime. Score! I typed in feel good into my computer and Ruby Sparks popped up. Now I do. Good watching.
Stacy S (ca) wrote: It had a few good moments but it was slow and the parts you want an explanation of are never explained. It was like a bad Blair Witch Project or reality TV show. It could have been better, but I guess all mock-umentaries have similar flaws.
Brandon W (jp) wrote: Apocalypto is directed and co-written by Mel Gibson, and it stars Rudy Youngblood adventure film about the last years of the Mayan civilization. I never watched this before despite the fact that I've seen Braveheart 2 times, and I got to watch it in Spanish class, which I'm glad that I got to watch it as its a great film, and it wasn't an edit version of the film like some of the films in high school. The acting is really good, and the script by Mel Gibson and Farhad Safinia is well written. It has a good story, and it has very tense moments. It has brutal parts that are not quite for everyone, but it does make me a bit more interested in it. There are a few funny moments in here to settled the mood until it gets very serious, and the score by James Horner is very good. There were some questions that weren't quite answered clearly, and the beginning had some pacing issues. I didn't care that much for some of the characters, but those didn't stop me for having a great time with the film that this might be the one to get me curious to watch Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ.
scott g (ca) wrote: french drama, a middle aged man is bored with life and also needs to get fit, and takes up dancing but no this isnt a american film where he teaches a bunch of misfits the meaning of life, here he gets enchanted by the young teacher, who is getting settled down her self, a smal friendship forms, and will they get involved, while things in his life carry on, including his ongoing relationship with his father, well acted all round, and a interesting story
Sandhya R (gb) wrote: The performance of each character is outstanding.Intesity of pain and tension is well portrayed.
Carolene F (nl) wrote: I thought it was pretty good, engrossing.
Lu S (us) wrote: Overacting. Lots of it.
David L (us) wrote: Shane is slowly paced in the beginning and the first half is not that interesting with a lack of conflict or effective build-up, De Wilde's performance is so-so as well as overrated and too many characters are archetypes, but it all changes in the second half with engaging plot points, some very good lines and quotes, memorable characters and a terrific ending which is both satisfying and endearing. It has superb direction from George Stevens, fine acting, nice cinematography and very realistic approach. Shane is simply a fun movie and one of the best and most purely entertaining westerns ever.
Mehgan H (ca) wrote: HILARIOUS!!! one of my favorite movies!!"is this the bus to potato salad?" HAHA!!!
Sai T (de) wrote: Newly elected President Mandela knows his nation remains racially and economically divided in the wake of apartheid. Believing he can bring his people together through the universal language of sport, Mandela rallies South Africa's underdog rugby team as they make an unlikely run to the 1995 World Cup Championship match. (Warner Bros.)
Lanky Man P (au) wrote: Same old boring crappy horror film.
Dave S (nl) wrote: After watching Split, I had to go back and watch this again. This movie is really pretty good. It has good characterization and plot. Definitely one of M. Night Shyamalan's best movies.
Paulina C (gb) wrote: It was visually stunning and so sad in parts. A moral fable about the damage of choosing power over love.