Two young women find themselves struggling to survive in Paris, street-wise Nathalie, a stripper, and naïve Sandrine, a barmaid. Together, they discover that sex can be used to their ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Two young women find themselves struggling to survive in Paris, street-wise Nathalie, a stripper, and naïve Sandrine, a barmaid. Together, they discover that sex can be used to their advantage, and pleasure.
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Viet Phuong N (ag) wrote: The idea of imitating X-Men in a Chinese wuxia context is interesting enough, but the lackluster storytelling and the wrong focus on the confusing and weepy "love triangle" (instead of each character, which desperately need background build-up and personality differentiation) almost killed the film for good. Hope the sequel will be better, which is not a difficult task considering the quality of the its predecessor :))
Russell P (us) wrote: A dark but moving depiction of an unusual love story between a loyal man and a problematic man, made more vibrant by Lindhart's heart-warming performance and Booth's gloomy aura.
Nell A (ag) wrote: "Bad" is not a word that applies to this horror anthology - there isn't a single particular flaw or weak point that makes it unworthy of praise... but because it has set out to make a statement, it is expected to pack a punch, which it doesn't. The statement isn't complicated or political, but it's a statement: all-female horror - and if you're going to go that niche, you need to deliver. It just didn't. The stories were well acted and nicely written, but they will not haunt your or stay with you, they are simply plain and acceptable. I was also deeply disappointed that they chose to go with a deliberate female theme (even the title makes that very clear) and the best they could come up with was mothers. Women in this genre should know female characters in horror already lack variety, you get a chance to deliver a punch with this ensemble and you play it safe and dull. I really wasn't impressed. With movies like The Descent on the market now, we don't have to keep repeating Rosemary's Baby.
Kristina K (jp) wrote: One of the best movies I've seen. Ever.
Weston W (ca) wrote: improves with battle sequences, but attempts at drama sink the whole film down with bad writing, bad directing (except for the already mentioned battle scenes), and bad acting from actors who should know better
Armando P (gb) wrote: This movie has a lot of everything, little bit of comedy, little bit of drama, little bit of American Pie, little bit of American History X. That's what makes this movie basically perfect.
Max W (kr) wrote: If this movie was about two straight people, it would suck really bad. That it's about two gay guys doesn't really help for most viewers, except the gay community who desperately needs its movies to be good. This movie wouldn't be made post-Brokeback, and for that we can be thankful. We can also be thankful for Coco Peru. Also, I am Christian Campbell in this movie, without the eyeliner and the misfitting polo.
Josh M (fr) wrote: Oh Robert Z'Dar, your face would make a good toilet seat.
Anthony I (gb) wrote: Jim Carrey and Tommy Lee Jones were mislead. They thought Batman was an adaptation of a Kabuki play. My God. Can you say, over-the-top?
Joey T (br) wrote: This is on my top 4 star treks88%
Jeff J (ag) wrote: Literally couldn't get through 1/2 of it. The story was so stupid, infuriatingly stupid.
Diganta B (kr) wrote: I wanna do nothing :v
Johnathon W (ca) wrote: Uneven Western that is great for the first 2/3's but falls apart at the end. The cast is excellent for the most part, with Kurt Russell giving one of his best performances as Wyatt Earp, playing him as someone who can believably stare down a man with a gun and gets great support from the rest of the cast, though there are so many some don't get the screen time they deserve. The highlight is Val Kilmer as Doc Holiday, giving the performance of his career in not only physically looking like a man stricken with tuberculous but also capturing his intelligence & sadistic demeanor. He's a man looking to die but wants to take a few with him along the way. Behind the camera, George Cosmatos does a solid job and the film gets credit for being more historically accurate than previous ones (Earp is depicting as a man more interested in making money with a vicious streak, while it's his brother Virgil that accurately leads as town marshal). There are some nice gunfights to, with the O.K. Corral shoot-out being one of the best ever filmed. Unfortunately, the final third falls apart at the end, turning into an action montage with little plot (though a few more nice scenes for Earp & Holiday). Overall, a very fun film to watch, despite it's flaws.
Jayakrishnan R (ca) wrote: 94%Viewed this on 5/5/16Perhaps the best Woody Allen film I have ever seen, its not a kind of film that I had expected from Allen. Through it starts off as a romantic film, it soon builds up tension and becomes a thriller. Moreover, it takes a U-Turn whenever you expect it to make a predictable turn. The acting is also terrific.