After being dumped by her boyfriend, Pauline lets herself be dragged along by her sister to a luxurious hotel on the Italian riviera. Instead of indulging in the pleasures of loungeing ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
After being dumped by her boyfriend, Pauline lets herself be dragged along by her sister to a luxurious hotel on the Italian riviera. Instead of indulging in the pleasures of loungeing ...
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John P (de) wrote: The best musical ever.
Candice M (fr) wrote: Perhaps you are a hedgehog, and you will understand everything in this film and feel it so deeply in your soul that you will cry. Perhaps you know a hedgehog, and will look at her with newfound respect.
Tywana W (ca) wrote: Hhhmmm, interesting. I never heard about this before today. I would totally watch it. Especially since I don't really think that Man Vs Woman is as Cultural as people think it is. I know PLENTY of white women who are way more HOT HEADED and crazy than I could ever be and drama KNOWS NO COLOR. Can't wait to see it though. I would love to support the film so people can see this but hopefully people will be able to view it without putting all Black Men and Black Women into this category. Honestly, I don't know women who act like this or even men who do either. We have not interviewed every single Black man and Black woman in the world so this is really only one persons opinion but it certainly has a right to be heard!
Kathryn K (ru) wrote: As an advocate for the underdogs of the world, I would love to see this one.
Lesley N (jp) wrote: SIlly but watchable gangster girl / mismatched couple comedy film.
Josh W (jp) wrote: this movie is a mess.
Rob M (fr) wrote: Technology aside, this is still a good story. Replace the Olympics with any other major event and the concept still holds. It moves quickly and is reasonably inventive. Poor JAFO.
Louis D (it) wrote: Two legendary swordsmen: the blind masseur, Zatoichi and Akira Kurosawa's manipulative Yojimbo character meet in this surprisingly epic tale regarding the insecurity that follows acts of redemption. The incredible on-screen chemistry parading itself between Shintaro Katsu and Toshiro Mifune in conjunction with its striking colors and ace cinematography make Zatoichi Meets Yojimbo a curveball of a samurai classic.
Ivor K (gb) wrote: I had hoped that After Earth actually has some positives but sadly no. It is hilarious at times though, watching Smith & Son make right royal arses of themselves. But Smith senior's semi-comatose "shopping list" dialogue and Smith junior's whinny snivelling do grate on the nerves after a while. And conflating fatherhood with the domineering control of a military martinet is painful. As is watching the hapless sprog, sent out on a near suicide mission, being knocked from pillar to post by the local fauna (mind you, Top Cat & co. would prove a challenge). Bad Sci Fi can be redeemed by great special effects, alas I've seen scarier things watching Doctor Who back in the 80's. Will Smith became Won't Smith in this stinker.
Jay B (au) wrote: Not too terrible for a family friendly adventure.
Daniel D (ag) wrote: Not worth the time of wasted life you'll never get back
Kristen M (ru) wrote: Hey, it's the Duke! That remake was junk compared to the real thing! If you want to watch a cowboy movie, this better be on your list or you will miss out!