The Chinese Botanist's Daughters

The Chinese Botanist's Daughters

At the house of a famous Chinese botanist teacher his daughter and a female intern fall in love with each other - a forbidden love that must be kept secret.

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Enid W (fr) wrote: I definitely want to see this one!

Talon D (br) wrote: I've always loved the Garfield comics from when I was fairly young and so I love Garfield in general; and this movie really does the character well from the comics. Although I don't really think he needed to sing and dance as much, (as that's not in the comics too often) this movie had a lot of pretty funny parts in it and Garfield was just hilarious. I also really enjoyed Breckin Meyer and Jennifer Love Hewitt as Jon and Liz. Although I do think Jon is way more dorky in the comics, they made this as well as they could in a movie form. Definitely maybe could have been better in some aspects, but I still found it pretty decent. I just like to see Garfield hanging out at home actually, but that wouldn't have made a pretty good plot.

Bjorn O (ru) wrote: En av de bsta Giallos som har gjorts

Jo Y (jp) wrote: I use to like Robert W. he was cute back then..

Gregory W (jp) wrote: good burt not my cup of tea

Mike L (jp) wrote: One Of Those Underrated Suspense/Thriller Films You Never Hear Much But With Strong Script Direction And Acting This Is A Must Watch

Andy F (ag) wrote: Arguably the second best of the original series of films. Full of 70s hokum against a bleak backdrop. For all that, it is a well done piece of apocalyptic sci fi.

Cigs J (ca) wrote: Director - writer -stars Jennifer Westfeldt. The format is that of a Rom-com but is has an interesting plot line to explore an alternative approach to parenthood. A group of friends - two conventional couples and a man - woman pair meet up in a fancy restaurant, each successful and happy with their lives and relationships. A young family turns up which gives them the opportunity to discuss children - it turns out that each couple are to have a kid. Cut to a year or two later and we see the chaos that children have brought to the couples and how fraught their relationships havebecome. The two friends look on in horror but they want a child - just not the baggage that marriage or even being a couple brings. So they decide to concieve a child and be separate parents sharing care 50-50. So can that arrangement work? This is the basis of the film as it explores the development of their relationship. Its clever and thoughful and it shows you just can't play around with parenting. It would have been better I think to come up with a less conventional conclusion.

Liam M (ru) wrote: 4.4/10 Not Sandler's worst, but it was definitely one of the films that started the downward of Sandler's comedy.

Nick O (de) wrote: Just such a...mesmerizing movie, with Steven Soderbergh -- quite the minimalist himself -- providing no subtext, no narration, no epilogue or outside talking heads. "And Everything Is Going Fine" is a movie constructed in a way so as to have Spalding Gray describe his life in his own words via archival monologues, a la "Stories We Tell" only they aren't recreations (the only thing I think that prevents the latter from being absolutely perfect.)I feel like I'm tripping on my writing after hearing shear talk for ninety minutes. That's because "Everything" is a verbal journey. It's also all MOVIE, and quietly sorta perfect. It brings you to tears without manipulation. I'd call it Soderbergh's best ever but my hesitation is in that...well, it feels strange to call it HIS movie when. You know. Whatevs. Let it be. Just see it.

Jason B (fr) wrote: Great adaptations of Edgar Allen Poe. It can provide a good introduction to people who are not as familiar with his work especially his longer pieces of story.