In 1915, T.S. (Tom) Eliot and Vivienne Haigh-Wood elope, but her longstanding gynecological and emotional problems disrupt their planned honeymoon. Her father is angry because Tom's poetry doesn't bring in enough to live on, but her mother is happy Viv has found a tender and discreet husband. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Gary L (gb) wrote: LEGO?~? 1/4? 1/4?
Greg W (gb) wrote: awesome rom-com one of my faves too
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The Ms (it) wrote: I loved it because it showed what happens when you mess with the wrong women...you get it back 10 fold.
Miss J (ru) wrote: jarring, strangely sexual, stark and engaging all at once.
Kurtis E (ru) wrote: Martin and Hannah are delightful in this sweet, zany and innocent rom-com.
Yash B (fr) wrote: The movie is definitely consistently amusing at the bear minimum, despite its amount of silliness. There are even some hilarious moments that make the film actually worth watching. Another great thing in the movie is of course the great Jim Carrey who shows once again how he is a uniquely silly yet lovable comedian. I indeed had fun with both Dick and Jane and think this movie got a harsher treatment than it deserved.
Jamie A (es) wrote: "The only redeeming quality from this flick is that Sam Neil is awesome."
Becca B (ru) wrote: I thought the movie was pretty good. I definitely think there is a gender bias in the ratings for this film. Queen Latifah and Jimmy Fallon have good chemistry and they both are entertaining to watch and the car chases were fun and the slapstick comedy as well as the plot on how they caught the robbers. Maybe some male reviewers did not like the fact that the movie was more centered around women than men. I have found that on this site that movies that focus more on women than men are not rated as highly. At any rate, this movie was entering and enjoyable to watch. I would recommend it to anyone who doesn't have a problem with women being protagonists in a movie instead of arm candy or mother nurturers (madonna/whore roles)
Farron K (ru) wrote: Ok follow-up to Wall Street, but unneeded. Michael Douglas just doesn't have the material to work with here, aside from some bits toward the end, and Shia LaBeouf lacks the suave magnetism Charlie Sheen had in the original. Gekko being made into a human figure who decries the excesses of capitalism rings hollow, and the end of the movie (before the credits scene) is probably the most forced good ending I've ever seen (he betrayed them for god's sake). Josh Brolin does a fair job as the new Gekko stereotypical businessman, but lacks anything unique. The one good thing I will say about this movie though is that the Sheen cameo was totally unexpected, as he wasn't on the playbill or anything. It was nice to see Bud Fox return for a bit. Overall, stick to the original and check out the Sheen cameo on Youtube.
Michael S (mx) wrote: A pretentious, soft core cheeseball that's not very erotic. Complete with wooden acting, laughable dialogue, an awful soundtrack, and '80s shoulder pads. Typical for Skinamax, not theatrical releases.