Fast-forward five years and things havent quite gone as the boys might have planned: Albert is now married to Tania and they are living in suburbia, both working in insurance and also trying (unsuccessfully) to have a baby; Sefa and Leilani are still together and now have two kids although despite Sefas proposal, theyre still not married. And while Sefas business is falling apart, Leilani seems to be living life to the full; Stanley is now a trainee Deacon in the Future Church; Michael has moved to Australia but the boys dont hear from him often; and Bolo has thrown in his job with Sefa and taken up work with Sione, Michaels younger brother.
Juuso L (us) wrote: Dokumentaarisella tarkkuudella kuvattu tarina tavallisesta perheest, joka sotkeutuu tahtomattaan huumekauppiaiden ja korruptoituneiden vkivallan virkamiesten hetteikkn. Iskee katsojalta ilmat pihalle. You have been warned.
Ketsia L (nl) wrote: I think this film would be more convincing if the two lead actors would actually have red hair. Vincent Cassell's brown hair is dyed into something light brownish and Olivier Barthelemy's natural dark hair turns out with slight auburn highlights.This film was born out of a great concept, but fails to take it where it could have led. "Notre jour viendra" is crude and hard to follow, often violent and vulgar. The viewer will feel little sympathy for the characters if any, and find its symbolism impossible to decipher.
Ross H (it) wrote: A french thriller from director Claude Lelouch (he's directed 51 films!) which is my first viewing of his work here. A solid script and cast about deception. Judith Ralitzer has just released her book God, The Other to critical acclaim. The critics are saying it's much better than her last book and she's asked where her inspiration comes from and she says "God might have whispered to me". Meanwhile there's a couple having a terrible fight in a car going to the woman's relatives having an engagement dinner. The dj interrupts the song to say that a serial killer has just escaped so be on the lookout for a man that will use magic to lure the victim in. The couple stop at a gas station where both are yelling at each other, finally the man drives off and leaves her there. She walks in to the gas station, crying. There's a man there that tries to cheer her up by showing her a magic trick. He offers her a ride.......This all happens within probably the first 15 or so minutes. What follows is a few surprises for the viewer that you may or may not see coming. Solid cast from what looks to me like veterans after looking at IMDB. Dominique Pinon has 129 acting credits while Fanny Ardant (Judith Ralitzer) has 71, Audrey Dana (the girl in the car, Huguette) has 15 (she's only 31). This one moves at a slower rate as a lot of foreign thrillers do but if you have the patience you will be pleasantly surprised. Recommended to lovers of these kinds of movies.
Mio G (es) wrote: blev bttre efter ett tag.
Jennifer M (ag) wrote: I loved this movie! It was charming and funny. I would love to see more movies like this...
Rafa H (nl) wrote: ITS ABOUT THREE FRIENDS
Alexander C (au) wrote: Will have to watch this one. Not necassarily good or bad. Will see. Want to watch!
Chris C (nl) wrote: Paying homage to 50's scifi monster classics, Tremors is pure fun and solid entertainment that delivers the right balance of comedy and horror with a diversely talented cast---which consist of Kevin Bacon, Fred Ward, Michael Gross and Reba McEntire.
Michelle C (gb) wrote: very funny. i love it.
Richard L (mx) wrote: It's an interesting animation movie that incorporates social comment on the black liberation movement, racism, organized crime and the mafia. As in many Bakshi movies, it depicts a harsh setting with violent, weird and sexist characters (drag queens, for instance). Barry White's voicing of Bear is pretty neat. Some parts of the movie are a bit long and the story is loose at times, but it's generally worthwhile and it has special historical relevance, especially when you contrast this movie to mainstream animation like Disney's.
Dr Will Y (nl) wrote: Marxist in a monkey suit. Want to see it again.
Rebecca S (de) wrote: As a rule, I don't care for movie musicals. This was no exception. I did enjoy the dancing gay wharfmen, though.
Edward B (gb) wrote: A dark, gritty, and at times supernatural crime drama about life on a Native reserve that opens your eyes to the injustice being done to this people and makes you really sympathize about young teenagers who have to grow up way too quickly in order to survive.