A stern Russian woman sent to Paris on official business finds herself attracted to a man who represents everything she is supposed to detest.
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Maytee G (ag) wrote: Never have I felt "Senseless sex and violence" was ever so true in a movie. I love MMA but not enough to like this movie.
Kaitlyn J (mx) wrote: very well done. great story.
Jeff T (au) wrote: An awesome hilarious movie. I highly recommend it for pretty much anyone.
james f (nl) wrote: unfunny. I dont understand why people love this film. Isla Fisher is the only good thing in this film
Daniel T (br) wrote: One of my favorites = ) Love the message conveyed.
Nova gots me a Cookie (ru) wrote: this is a suprizingly amazing movie, it paints the war in an entirley diffrent light. it shows the human side of war...loved it!
Stuart K (us) wrote: Co-written and directed by Wolfgang Becker, (Schmetterlinge (1988) and Das Leben ist eine Baustelle (1997), produced by Stefan Arndt (Amour (2012) and Cloud Atlas (2012)). This is a charming German comedy-drama about the fall of Communism in East Germany in the late 1980's, and it's also a comment on capitalism and it's one which makes you think about commercialism as well. In October 1989, Alex Kerner (Daniel Brhl), his sister Ariane (Maria Simon) and his mother, Christiane (Katrin Sa), live in a small apartment in East Berline. Christiane is a staunch supporter of communism, and a member of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany. When Alex is arrested during an anti-government march, Christiane witnesses this and she has a massive heart attack. As a result, she's in a coma for 8 months, and she misses the fall of communism and the reunification of Germany. The doctors warn Alex that the shock of the news may kill her, so Alex tries to recreate East Germany for the benefit of this mother, all in their apartment. It's a very peculiar idea, but it works, and while the scheme of our central characters might be insane, there is some method to the madness. Some of the recreations done in the film are quite funny, and so are the excuses. It's a true one off, but it puts forwards a better case for communism than capitalism.
Sean L (au) wrote: A rather base, derivative sequel to the effective (if ham-fisted) first Friday. It's less bloody but every bit as violent, with a comically ever-present Jason stalking through the shadows in almost every scene (no matter how distant), seeking hapless teenagers to string up for the vaguest of reasons. He's not quite the icon he'd grow into with later installments - no hockey mask, clunky coveralls, a tuft of long brown hair - but he does a fair job of mixing up the arsenal and he's usually bathed in shadows so we can give that a pass. There isn't much to root for in the bland cast of victims, which checks off stereotypes like a politically-correct Saturday morning cartoon. Even at an economical eighty-seven minutes, I felt like we were spending a bit too much time with these shallow, repetitive supporting characters. Special points for sending the wheelchair-bound counselor down a steep flight of stairs with a gaping head wound, though. Redundant and formulaic, rambling and aimless, it's a little too comfortable with aping the original where it could be seeking broader pastures.
Jeff B (jp) wrote: The courtroom drama was stellar and the ending, while feeling contrived, had a definite dash of artistic cool.
Jason S (gb) wrote: didn't really care about a movie on frogs
Sameen M (gb) wrote: Don't even asked me why I have seen this twice.
Rory Fyfe S (jp) wrote: Awesome movie. Very imaginative and clever. Sci fi of the best quality.
Sean P (ca) wrote: Undoubtedly the most classic movie made on Wall Street. The chemistry between Michael Douglas and Charlie Sheen couldn't have been better. Must watch for anybody, regardless of whether or not you're a fan of Finance.