Alcoholic and low budget stuntman Ron Goossens has to get The Netherlands' most successful actrice between the sheets in order to save his own marriage. Will he succeed? A new outrageous ... See full summary »
After finding out that they have a debt of EUR40.000 with the tax service, four very out-of-shape men working at a car shop start to train for a marathon, in which they can win the money to pay the debt.
Stefan de Walle,
Martin van Waardenberg,
Netherlands, 1938. In a small town in the province of North Brabant called Oss, Johanna wants to change her life and quit the criminal gangs of the town. The harder she tries, the more she is involved.
A romantic comedy about the adventures of Nordip Doenia, a clever young Moroccan guy in The Netherlands. His parents destine him for great things, but Nordip clearly has different ideas. He... See full summary »
Bracha van Doesburgh,
David lives in a neighborhood with "only orderly people" and rich parents. He has been in a relationship with his girlfriend Naomi for a few years. But one day David spots a beautiful black... See full summary »
A widower invites his children for a family weekend with the announcement that he has news. He is getting married with a 30 years younger woman. The children start the competition for heritage. What is more important: money or family?
Because of a bad marriage of their parents, two brothers Jules (Daniel Arends) and Max (Tim Haars) made a pact never to get into a relationship with a woman. Therefore, they live a party-life in which they sleep with a different girl every day. However this changes when Jules starts to date Anna (Sylvia Hoeks) and Max falls in love with her. Can their bromance overcome this love triangle. Although the makers of this movie claim this movie is a romcom, it still has the same adolescent humour we are accustomed to with Steffen en Flip.Written by
Let's be honest, first up it's weird to read an English review about a Dutch film, written by a Dutchman, but because it's an international site, so be it.
Second of all, if you want to go see this movie with your girlfriend/wife/whatever you call her, be sure she's not squeamish or easily offended. The humor is rude, blunt, politicly uncorrect and hilarious if you like/love that sort of sh*t. If you read the reviews by the professionals, the sex of the person is obvious; men get it, (most)women don't. Luckily my wife has a healthy sense of unhealthy humor.
When my wife and I watched it, during the end credits, as the people walked by, you could see the same thing you could have seen if you went to Magic Mike, only then with most of the women; they looked as if they were forced to be there, and were determined to not like it (btw, I liked Magic Mike, but not as much as this one).
One last thing, stay for the end credits, especially if you love action movies!
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