LESA HUMANITAT (AGAINST HUMANITY) is a non-profit documentary about historical memory and universal justice, showing the struggle of different organizations. LESA HUMANIDAD gives voice and ... See full summary »
José María Galante,
Adrien, 40 years old and totally immature, is dumped by Maude, 35 years old, eager to finally found a family. In an attempt to regain the love of his life, Adrien decides to move into the ... See full summary »
Delphine and Yvan divorce. While his financial situation does not allow him to find a home, Yvan remembers that he owns 20% of his ex-wife's house. He then returned to live with Delphine, ... See full summary »
A paranoid prison guard moves into a village flanked by a state motorway. He befriends his new neighbour, an unemployed hypochondriac supported by his wife, working in the local grocery. ... See full summary »
In recent film history most will remember Hangover as a blueprint for some movies that came after it. But there always seems to have been a before to many things. In this case there was a movie called Very Bad Things, with a very stellar cast I might add. And this seems to take this on the female level ... and in french (well in Brazil, but a French version of it is what I mean).
Now mentioning those movies should give you an idea where and what this is aiming for. I'm pretty sure the trailer will aim in a similar direction, although it may make it look a lot more action based than it is. There are some incredible action scenes and stunts, but this is first and foremost an exhibition in comedy. Extreme comedy with gross (yet funny?) consequences for those involved. Moral issues aside (don't start that game, it's not going to be fun), this is entertaining and does what it is supposed to do
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