A careless mother hires a young tutor to bring up her son's marks, as bad in mathematics as in French language. The young woman tries to teach the boy the easiest things in the curriculum, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Javier E (fr) wrote: #bromance en su mejor representacion. Dos mejores amigos quieren tener sexo antes del "prom", pero uno Matty (excelente Hunter Cope) le dice a Michael (Nicholas Braun) que es gay, asi que este, al tratar de quedar a la altura, le presenta todos los cliches al respecto. Sencilla, basica, pero sin los lugares comunes de las "prom-movies". Vale mucho la pena. (Texto intencionalmente sin acentos).
Brock B (de) wrote: It was an odd sight to see a quarter to a third of the audience walk out of the Ryerson Theatre throughout the opening night screening of Film Socialisme at the Toronto International Film Festival. Many spectators struggled to make sense of the film that was purposefully obfuscated. This version of the film did not include subtitles; the premiere at Cannes included Navajo subtitles. Whether it is difficult to understand because of the language barrier or difficult to understand because of the subject matter is irrelevant to Jean-Luc Godard. The film must be difficult to understand because it seeks to portray a world that Godard believes is difficult to understand. If one does wish to grapple with this problem, why buy tickets to a film by a Nouvelle Vague director? The film seeks to raise an issue in order to inspire further discussion however the subject matter is a little sparse. Godard could have achieved the same effect in a thirty-minute short film. The latter half of this work drags badly. Film Socialism is not always enjoyable - scenes include poor sound mixing so that ocean waves and weather drown out dialogue - but that is part of Godard(TM)s design. The first half of the film is inspired. Filmed aboard a cruise ship, Godard splices scenes of life aboard the ocean liner with ferocious storms at sea. When it is time to visit ports of call, Godard includes artwork of historical wars in the Mediterranean Sea. Hand-held cameras create a jumbled cacophony of light and sound. A single ship is the scene for a thousand stories. There are routine snippets of daily life, moments of socialization, and flashes of crime and judgment. There is no overarching narrative because there is not one in the real world. Is any instant more significant than another? Does any of it have meaning or will it all result in the same outcome in the end? The second stanza is very irreverent, showcasing a gas station where nobody seems to help customers and the children are the only ones who have any common sense. Lastly, Godard recaps the ancient cities that the cruise ship visited earlier. I did not enjoy these parts as much as the first one.
Clare W (mx) wrote: pretty good movie imo
Hayden G (mx) wrote: Wildly theatrical, and simply touching, even if it is a bit cliche. Totally underrated.
Tim S (it) wrote: Kind of an amazing movie. :)
Andrew H (ag) wrote: A lot tamer than John Waters' earlier movies, but it was so damn good! One of his best films for sure.
Matja R (br) wrote: 2nd part but it just gets better
Rangan R (ca) wrote: An innocent girl's desperate adventure.The rumours always adds lots interesting stuffs than the actual news. Sometime we feel that should have been real, because of the sunning depth that even a real story can't match. That's why the false information spreads like a virus on the social media. This movie character was inspired by a real young woman from Japan, but not the real event. An urban legend surround her visit to Minnesota, United States, back in the 2001.I have seen many films of different versions of the same events or the persons, but I never heard of this one before. So after the watch I did a little research on the original and I thought this film looked much better than that, especially for the movie it supplied a fine story material. Still a very much predictable, but for an entertainment purpose, it did decently.It was a beautiful adventure-drama. The main character is just like the one from 'Citizen Dog' or 'Amelie'. Kumiko is an innocent and a solitude woman in the twilight of her 20s. Her life is not so good, with having no friends or a boyfriend, pressure from her mother and at work, she decides to chase an unexpected dream after learning about the treasure from the tape she finds in a seaside. That leads her to travel halfway across the world to an unfamiliar territory and what follows is her desperate drive to achieve the undertaking."I discover treasure. Right here. It's mine."The end was heartbreaking, only if you understood it clearly. Though I'm not going to reveal anything about that part as it might spoil if you have not it yet. But there's no declaration in the opening or before the end credits about whether it was a real or what actually happened in the end. Lots of scenes make no sense, and gives the impression of the girl is so dumb. Also leaves many unanswered questions behind which is the negative side of the narration. That's what you get in an urban myth, a collective tale and each slice of it is someone's creation/prediction based on the original evidence that is not understood properly.The story might be Americas, but due to the Japanese lead character, the entire film was in Japanese with English subtitle and very often some English line with the American characters. Besides, it looks more a Japanese film than the Hollywood's. The 'Pacific Rim' star Rinko Kikuchi was outstanding in the title role. The direction was good, the director also appeared in a small role as a cop. In fact, that was a big one for this movie where a small role can impact on the high level.Even a ten year old can differentiate what is real and what's not from a movie he watches in this world. Whatever the girl from the movie believed in is simply a fictional account and an entertainment for us, so don't expect it to be an uplifting movie. As I said it was based on a speculation of some real incident, but a well made movie except not detailing everything they have shown. It got a mixed response with mostly positive feedbacks, but my take on it is definitely good. And finally, this movie is not for everyone, if you decide to watch, try not to analyse it deeply.8/10
Anna C (mx) wrote: Most of the time watching this movie I was thinking that it was the bad copy of Haggis' "Crash", and I think the director knew it because he tried to change the situation with a different ending... the only good thing in it is Walken performance, great as ever.
jasmine m (ru) wrote: MY DAUGTHER LOVES THIS MOVIE