Slap Her, She's French!
A French foreign-exchange student comes to a small Texas high school, befriends a classmate, and practically takes over her life.
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Rangan R (fr) wrote: A unique way to let go of your marriage problems!This is a slow start, but the second half makes it worth a watch. You better know nothing about the film, just have it and enjoy your time. Because that was the case for me and then I found it a good one. I don't know this director, but Mark Duplass was doing such kind of unique concept small films. So there's no surprise, except I did know I would end up liking it very much.When it comes to the film theme, kind of resembles 'Coherence'. The whole film revolves around a married couple, except in the beginning. So it is a minimal cast film that is set in a remote place villa. As their therapist's instruction a couple who are on the edge of losing their marriage, tries a weekend getaway to patch the differences. But end up encountering the strange events that pleases them more than what they've expected. When they begin to realise the reality, comes the trouble to fix it once for all.The third act was amazing. The pace keeps getting better and the tension in the story simply creates enough curiosity about the ending. But the conclusion was very basic and guessable. I liked the honest than too much fancy. Still the viewers look for the answers regarding how it ended which is kind of a wide open for the discussions.I love modern sci-fi dramas, especially in the last one decade, I have been enjoying them a lot, which are highly intelligent yet casually narrated on the screen that anybody can understand easily. If you had liked films such as 'Coherence', 'Another Earth', 'Her', 'Melanchony' et cetera, then surely would have a good time with it.7/10
Janet M (kr) wrote: Dont really care for Sienna Miller. I'll skip this one.
Jamin M (br) wrote: This is one the worst superhero movies that I've ever seen. I love the character Catwoman. She's a really enjoyable, fun character. However, I don't think she has enough to her to have her own movie. She fits better in supporting roles. I don't even know where to start. First off, Catwoman's name in this movie is Patience Phillips, not Selina Kyle. Okay, how the heck do you make a movie based on Catwoman and not have her real name? There was no point in changing it. Second, the story is just ridiculous. Catwoman actually has cat-like abilities in this movie. Really? That's what you went with? That's like making a Batman movie and giving him bat powers, and not only that, but she acts like a cat, too. She eats several cans of tuna, hates rain, hisses at dogs, rubs her face with catnip, and purs while having sex with her police officer boyfriend. Seriously?! Did children right this script? There's also some stupid villainous plan involving makeup. Really? Makeup? Patience herself isn't really that interesting, nor are any of the characters. The villain is bland. The action is forgettable. Also, Catwoman is more of an antihero than a superhero. Antihero films can work, such as Deadpool, but this one just doesn't work. The editing in this movie is also bad. There's one scene where a guy is talking and the scene keeps cutting to itself. As for the acting, Halle Barry does try and her performance is fine, but nothing noteworthy. As for the others...ehhhh. I just don't think a Catwoman movie should've even been attempted. It's a neat idea, but she doesn't really have a backstory, so trying to make a movie about her seems very difficult. It was attempted, and it failed miserably. In my opinion, Catwoman is a stupid and ridiculous superhero movie that should not have been attempted.
Kevin L (kr) wrote: In understanding the art behind Goldsworthy, one must enter the realm between nature and artistic fiction. If you are visionary enough, you might just find out that this realm is something worth capturing
Galvy F (nl) wrote: When we are constantly looking out for others and ourselves. When we are always on the look out for some people coming for us. When we are always looking when some people steal. When we know where to look when we know where some people are located. When we look for trouble and violence to solve our problems. When we have been looking forward to doing something when we looked for we find. When all we got to do is look at some people to know where to look and send the message that our look is better then there's when we are powerful, good looking and not someone you overlook or look down on. When we look ridiculous with somethings on, or without anything, but we don't care about looks when you got money, power, and respect. When we can't wait to look on some people's faces when they look at us in shock when they are surprised.
Bill B (kr) wrote: This one has a few moments in its latter half that are interesting, but is for the most part a fairly lifeless low-budget supernatural flick that takes quite a bit to get going.Amusing to see Adam West in a supporting role, as well as Elizabeth Daily (cute 80's staple and later voice of Tommy Pickles on The Rugrats) as one of the sorority sisters; this one may have some nostalgia value for some.
William F (fr) wrote: Almost the same thing as the first, but the jokes are off this time.
Orlok W (us) wrote: Colorful Bronson Actioner--1970s Fun!!