More like "Feast of Lust", with a little real "love" at the end
only good thing about this movie was Bradley because i connected with
him and i feel like him most of the time, though maybe not quite as
nice lol. Morgan freeman was good as always but the movie itself didn't
really have any kind of message. i gave it 2 stars for those 2 actors.
everyone else was lame. it wasn't like Rocky or something where it had
a inspirational message of if you try hard enough you can beat the
odds, go the distance etc. this like the OP, this seemed to be like
don't get married which is stupid, Hollywood likes to make it seem like
EVERYONE is cheating on everyone else. thats not true, most normal ppl
do stay together for quite a while. and not everyone who is married is
cheating on there spouse. i hated that radha Michelle, she frig-gin
played him so bad and then left him for that other cheating mofo, it
was like wtf that guy slapped her and was also a cheater. so what was
the point of that, a cheater can trust another cheater? stupid. but
when Bradley met that doctor i was no way, most doctors are NOT nice
and pretty like that, that was so Hollywood "chance" meeting right
there. i was expecting a different kind of movie, like more romantic
not this super depressing nihilistic crap. and whats with movies these
days showcasing "city hall" weddings and not getting married in the
holy church? stuff like that bugs me to no end. even Indiana Jones got
married in a church, but not other "real life" type movies? another
thing i didn't like was how loose everyone was, i mean seriously you
meet someone for 2 seconds and boom, your in bed with cm on? MAKING A
SEX TAPE WITH THEM??? OK, i think they doomed each other with taking
advice from a slutty goth chick. ugh, this movie was so stupid, my
brain hurts from the lameness..
marysue watch Sky High movie
I think it's a inspiring movie,,.
email@example.com watch Gutterballs movie
experiencing love is the hardest thing in life, but it's also the most rewarding..
jojosilk watch The Deadliest Lesson movie
I love morgan freeman in this.
Ahmed ramadan watch Satan's Little Helper movie
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sarahelsherif watch Strays movie
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a good assembly of casts.
an impressive cast.
i love beauty of erika. she is so nice.
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We follow the intimate relationships between Harry and Esther, Bradley
and Kathryn, Chloe and Oscar, Diana and Bradley, Jenny and Kathryn,
Diana and David, and Bradley and Margit. I guess that justifies the
movie's title, but it's a bit much to expand on in a little over and
hour and a half. We hardly get to know any of these people more than
Bradley (a proprietor of a small coffee shop in Portland, Oregon) is at
the center. Before the movie is over he has gone through two women and
is on his third. Diana describes him as not stupid or inconsiderate,
not obnoxious or violent, not boring, not a bad dresser, not
unemployed, and not unhandsome. She also remarks that an absence of
disqualifiers is a rare thing. But in the end that is not enough for
her, and it is not enough for us. What is it that makes Bradley
interesting? We do not see. He is supposed to be an artist by
avocation, but we never see any of his work. We don't know what
interests him besides his feeling that "love is everything."
After over six years of marriage Kathryn leaves Bradley for Jenny. When
Jenny picks Kathryn up in her jeep and says, "Oh, man, we're going to
have adventures, you and me," we are interested and would like to see
*that* movie. But that's about the last we see of those two. Instead we
go back to the rather uninteresting Bradley. There are other occasional
scenes where the movie comes to life, like scenes between Diana and
David--getting to know those two would also have proved interesting.
Who are all these people? We never get beyond the surface.
Perhaps we get to know the story of an older professor (Morgan Freeman)
and his wife as well as any other, but it gets a bit tiresome seeing
Freeman pop up every ten minutes or so dispensing wisdom and
philosophy. Then there is Oscar's ridiculous alcoholic father who is
jealous of Oscar's relationship with Chloe to the point of threatening
her with a knife several times, the last time because he blames her for
his son's death from a congenital heart defect. That doesn't make much
The thing that most impressed me were the lighting and framing,
particularly in scenes of couples in ordinary settings. There are also
several sex scenes that are nicely filmed..