Murphy Grayson can't catch a break with the ladies. It all changes during a freak explosion at work where he is endowed with the ability to allow women to see his thoughts. After failed usages of the power, he harnesses it and gets with the ladies. He soon finds these meaningless flings are merely a stepping stone to get to the person he truly wishes to be with.
- Stars:Brian Wayne, Allison Arnold, Brandon Dolgner, Foster Davis, Laura Ornelas, Ava Santana Cassano, Jeffry Chaffin, Joseph T. Campos, Leya Czopek, Rob Faubion, Katrina Ellsworth, Cody Coppin, Rosaruby Glaberman, Da Big Daddy G., Juanita Rivas,
- Director:Jeffry Chaffin,
- Writer:Jeffry Chaffin
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(it) wrote: An outstanding documentary. A very emotionally hard story to watch.
(de) wrote: OK Nothing special. Definitely not Robin Williams at his best.
(fr) wrote: While the 'loveable crackheads' idea is nothing we haven't seen before, once the story gets moving it manages to hold our attention. And even if alot of what happens can be argued as childish humour masked 'indie quirkiness', it's still pretty amusing. Really it's the actors that sell it, because the execution is nothing special. An amusing little film, but nothing that need be thought about or discussed afterwards.
(kr) wrote: Last Life in the Universe is a slow moving Thai film that does have alot going for it, but I think that the pacing gets the best of it. The film is about a guy that gets mixed up in the yakuza and a girl that accidently kills her sister and the connection the two leads share after such losses. Asano seems to be a little too subdued in his role having just finishing Ichi the Killer it's kind of shocking, but it is a good show of the actor's scope. Not a bad film by any means it packed with beautiful shots and pays loads of attention to the minorest detail.
(br) wrote: Surprisingly good and watchable.
(es) wrote: Good performances and cinematography with a style somewhat ahead of its time. This movie is more comedy and romance rather than drama and violence. Considered to be one of the greatest gangster films of all time. AAN 1001
(gb) wrote: Tati is back with his sweethearted, nave, doofus of a character Monsieur Hulot to pinpoint the silliness of stuffy upper-society. While the staged physical comedy that he perfected in Mr. Hulot's Holiday is still in full display, his camera's eye has grown immensely, clearly influencing the likes of Wes Anderson. A cozy and beautiful little slapstick comedy.
(au) wrote: Mildly funny as there's plenty of room for improvement on the script and the cast. I Give It A Year is a bland and predictable comedy that unfortunately proved to be a complete waste of time.
(ag) wrote: Heavy handed direction and some not very good acting try to make this at times compelling but mostly week story into something it's not, entertaining. There was a French miniseries on Space channel a few months back that handled the whole "they're Zombies, but they're not" much more effectively and with much more of a sense of mystery and foreboding. Ironically, its title also translated into "The Returned". It's much better than this one, so don't confuse the two.
(ca) wrote: funny as God dam fook
(it) wrote: Skips over portions of the story that really should have been fleshed out a bit, but the parts that are here are a pretty good revenge film with a bit more character than most.