Once in a Lifetime

Once in a Lifetime

Mona Bergström is a sweet eurovision-obsessed woman in her 30's. She is married to a lazy husband and have 4 children, all named after her favorite Swedish eurovision popstars. Her brother is a crossdressing guy selftitled "Candy Darling". Mona works on a retirement home for disabled people, where she is responsible for taking care of a young man named David who suffers a movement restricting disease forcing him into a wheelchair. Davids parents has abandoned him as they wanted a normal child. Mona holds a big place in Davids heart, and vica versa. Davids goal is to get his parents to come and visit him, and he wants to show them that he is a great person, despite his handicap. Therefore he works with music on his computer, and his goal is to create a song, send it to "The Cardigans", a famous Swedish band and have them play the song and credit him, hoping his parents would spot it and want to visit him.

Mona Bergström is a sweet eurovision-obsessed woman in her 30's. She is married to a lazy husband and have 4 children, all named after her favorite Swedish eurovision popstars. Her brother is a crossdressing guy selftitled "Candy Darling". Mona works on a retirement home for disabled people, where she is responsible for taking care of a young man named David who suffers a movement restricting disease forcing him into a wheelchair. Davids parents has abandoned him as they wanted a normal child. Mona holds a big place in Davids heart, and vica versa. Davids goal is to get his parents to come and visit him, and he wants to show them that he is a great person, despite his handicap. Therefore he works with music on his computer, and his goal is to create a song, send it to "The Cardigans", a famous Swedish band and have them play the song and credit him, hoping his parents would spot it and want to visit him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Richard Y (nl) wrote: Cheesy but funny flick for girls 13 and under I suppose.

Tino P (nl) wrote: A pair of young, attractive leads can't overcome When in Rome's reliance on unfunny gags and threadbare rom-com clichs.

Jordan J (de) wrote: This movie isn't necessary or wanted. At least it isn't as bad as the newer films.

Kyle M (au) wrote: There's a nice parodic portrayal of a few thriller conventions in this utter goofball comedy powered by Murray's experienced comedic performance bringing in more laughs than Dreyfus at a not-a-lot amount like you'd expect when starting to watch an unseen comedy. Furthermore on Murray, he was like an infection to the film's character developments with a comedic purpose that'd managed to be somewhat successful. But at the process, Dreyfus was infected the most when his character went mad and seen as a sad, desperate one, even though he'd managed some funny stuff on the way prior. The film's duo's dynamics stirred up the comic while on a familiar vacation with some nice mix of parodic portrayals and kept its footing when being infected so this goofball comedy can maintain its okay status. (B-)(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)

Dan K (de) wrote: Enjoyed the cinema as poetic image approach

Roy S (fr) wrote: I found this movie sanctimonious 30 years ago and I find it so now. I still like it simply because I like the subject, the period, and the cast; but for all its alleged moral conundrums and shades of gray, at its heart it is really a self-congratulatory liberal happy-movie. In it a character who supports Somoza exclaims, "In twenty years we'll see who's right!" Thirty years later I'm more confident than ever he was. Reagan and Bush caught a lot of flack for their policies, but the record speaks for itself. By 1993 practically the only country in all of Latin America that was not a democracy was that erstwhile favorite of the Left, Cuba. Perhaps Hollywood will make a movie based on that, but I doubt it.

Joshua F (ag) wrote: A chore to finish. Sound Opinions, you let me down.

Roman R (gb) wrote: "Tess" es una cinta que es epica e intima a la vez, mas cerca a una produccion de David Lean que de Roman Polanski. A pesar de su larga duracion y un ritmo lento y evocativo, esta no aburre gracias a la magnifica actuacion de Nastassja Kinski (sin duda una de las presencias mas atractivas en el cine) y gracias a la hermosa produccion. Aunque la historia de "Tess" es tragica, Polanski la mantiene alejada del melodrama convencional conviertiendola en una pelicula poderosa sobre la vida de una mujer pobre atrapada por las convenciones sociales de la epoca. Recomendable.

Michael W (au) wrote: Woman becomes a victim of demonic possession when she mixes with the wrong party crowd, requiring an exorcism. Another derivative slice of Eurosleaze. Excellent makeup and a fine achievement for Spanish cinema if originality is not a requirement.

Tero H (fr) wrote: First a small correction, the film shown in the finnish television was about 78 minutes long, not 88.. and about 8 minutes is reserved for flashbacks from the first movie. I'll list my plus- and minus-sides to this movie:+ lots of fights (especially for a short film)+ introduces okinawan weaponry such as tonfas, nunchakus, spears etc.+ shows japanese budo practise such as karatekas performing karate katas, doing tameshiwari (crushing/breaking of bricks) and theres even one person with a katana- some of the fights seem very chaotic and almost unprepared, i'm not sure if one can speak of 'martial arts choreography' in this movie- leaves the impression that there was lots of action and violence on the expense of depth of plot- I don't like watching women being beaten or killed in movies: a gentleman karateka doesn't hit a woman..- short and seems to end abruptly, leaving the movie-viewer wondering 'was that it?' Had the film been longer I probably would have rated it better.

Logan M (jp) wrote: "For aesthetic appreciation, always a little time" - Maude.This quote from Ruth Gordon's eccentric character sums up the legacy of "Harold and Maude" perfectly. Originally receiving mixed feelings, there's not a single thing not to love about this avant-garde romantic comedy, with its Cat Stevens soundtrack and abundant amount of quirkiness that exceeds even the films of Wes Anderson.

a t (au) wrote: sweet and touching. russel crowe is particularly gorgeous in this.