The thirty-eight year-old ambitious and workaholic editor of the fashion magazine Rebelle Alice Lantins returns from Brazil to Paris and loses her flash memory in the airplane. However, the... See full summary »
Pierrick has just lost his brother. He accepts the invitation of his best friend Tessa in his family house, to spend there one week only to think about his life. But he discovers upon his ... See full summary »
Ever since he can remember, Julien is bad luck to every woman he dates, with disastrous results. But just when he accepts he'll never find true love, he meets the beautiful, sexy Joanna. And much to her expense, he just can't help himself.
Victoria is a thirty-something lawyer who's looking for stability and true love in her life struggling with her past. Her search is not evident but finally, she realizes the fact that love should not be always searched.
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An average guy meets an actress who is more beautiful than he could ever imagine. But then a pesky girl materializes to make his life a living hell. His perfect girlfriend now thinks that he is involved with this Caprice.
C'est l'histoire de quatre potes, quatre petits Français : le Grec (l'ostéopathe), Fifi (qui vit chez sa mère, concierge), Fortuné (l'Antillais qui travaille à la Cogex), et Freddy (le ... See full synopsis »
It's not the best sports movie out there and you'll be able to see where this is going most of the time. Villains being over the top, twists being called in. But it's still fun to watch, which is a testament to the actors and the power of the underdog story in general which this movie relies heavily upon.
Gerard D. is only a supporting actor, but he's instrumental to our protagonist. The opening of the movie is very obvious, I can't imagine one person not seeing what is being played (no pun intended). You could ask, how the other characters do not notice, but that would be taking the fun away from the movie yourself. If you allow the movie those "flaws" then you can have fun with it
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