The pain, the terrible pain
I thought this was possibly the most excruciatingly painful movie I had
seen in a long time. It is really terrible and considering the quality
of the cast that was surprising.
The characters are manipulative and tiring - the whole movie is so
contrived that it actually makes you squirm. I didn't realise until the
end when they show a 'this was our relationship' montage which scenes
the director had even meant to be romantic.
It is not really funny and to be honest rather than being a movie about
a relationship between an older woman and younger man, at times the
movie seemed to be more about the difficulties of people of different
faiths trying to work out a relationship.
If you think it is cute and endearing that a man has never cleaned his
ears in his life then go and see this move - otherwise run for the
adey231 watch The House Of Fear movie
getting a bit fed up having to write these reviews.
behzadtp watch Gingerdead Man 2: Passion Of The Crust movie
sch a good movie,worth watching.
annagina watch Whitechapel movie
have not seen this one.
kabdu49 watch Tom And Jerry: The Fast And The Furry movie
I`eve saw it and i love it > .
koko4444 watch Deep River: The Island movie
COOLEST MOVIE YOU EVER SEEN..
I feel it will be a cool one to you if you have a soft heart. .
I think this movie very very attract.
i like comedy movie.this is that type of movie.
Ok movie. A bit too light. Good casting. .
Pointless! (Extremely Mild Spoilers Within)
This was easily one of the most pointless movies I've seen recently.
Basically, two characters fall in love and then whine a lot. Some
important topics that people in love must handle come up, including a
wide age gap and differences in religion, but those issues are never
really handled. They are simply used for conflict and then discarded.
Meryl Streep's character is utterly pointless. It seems like the only
reason for including this character in the movie is to create trailers
that make this totally unfunny movie appear to be a comedy. It's not. I
don't think there was a single point where I even was tempted to crack
The characterization was ham-fisted. Uma Thurman's character is
described as being wonderful, but there is never anything to show why.
The male lead is young, leading Thurman to believe that he can't
provide her with what he needs, but he is never shown as being
undependable. The random stabs at demonstrating these points are so old
and tired that it's amazing they'd get written into yet another film -
he wants to play Nintendo when she wants to have sex (of course, she
presumably bought him the Nintendo, even after a friend warned her that
could happen sometimes). He sleeps with someone else while "on a
break." Do we really need to see these tired clich.