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Where'd You Go, Bernadette is a movie starring Cate Blanchett, Billy Crudup, and Emma Nelson. A loving mom becomes compelled to reconnect with her creative passions after years of sacrificing herself for her family. Her leap of...

Comedy, Mystery, Drama
Richard Linklater
Emma Nelson, Kristen Wiig, Billy Crudup, Cate Blanchett

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Genres Comedy, Mystery, Drama
Director Richard Linklater
Writer Vincent Palmo Jr., Maria Semple, Richard Linklater, Holly Gent
Stars Emma Nelson, Kristen Wiig, Billy Crudup, Cate Blanchett
Country USA
Also Known As Kur tu pradingai, Bernadeta?, Hová tűntél, Bernadette?, ホエアード・ユー・ゴー、バーナデット, Che fine ha fatto Bernadette?, Dónde estás, Bernadette, Πού Χάθηκες, Μπερναντέτ, Var blev du av Bernadette, Bernadette, Hvor blev du af Bernadette, Gde si pošla, Bernadet?, Missä olet, Bernadette, 囧媽的極地任務, Kur palikusi Bernadeta?, ¿Dónde estás, Bernadette?, Dónde estás, Bernadette?, Gdzie jesteś Bernadette?, ¿Dónde estás Bernadette?, Cadê Você, Bernadette?, ¿Donde estás, Bernadette?, Onde Estás, Bernadette?, Eifo at, Bernadette, Bernadette a disparu
Runtime 1 h 49 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A loving mom becomes compelled to reconnect with her creative passions after years of sacrificing herself for her family. Her leap of faith takes her on an epic adventure that jump-starts her life and leads to her triumphant rediscovery.

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Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 07:25

The film centers around two couples, one in fact a young couple, the other a middle-aged couple. The younger one's younger brother (an aspiring actor) tries to get involved with the older couple. The older couple, at first, is suspicious. Then, after the older couple's first encounter with the younger brother, the older couple, both of whom are married and have children, decide to join in. Eventually, both couples turn against each other. One of the younger brother's friends, a young woman, who does not know the older couple, tries to connect with the older couple. However, the younger brother's friend, when she meets them, is a bit too familiar with them. This will be the turning point in the film, when the younger brother, when he meets the older couple, realizes that he has only known the older couple for a short period of time. When the younger brother's friend gets the impression that she has only known the older couple for a short period of time, he becomes suspicious. It seems that he has learned the wrong information about the older couple. The older couple will also be in for a shock when they discover that the younger brother's friend has no idea what they look like, and the older couple realizes that the younger brother's friend has not only known them, but he has also known them very well. The film is not very good. It is slow, the dialogue is very wooden, and the direction is very flat. The script is also too slow and tedious. I don't understand why the younger brother's friend becomes the scapegoat for the older couple. This is a bit too much, in my opinion. I also don't understand why the older couple's young children will be the target of the younger brother's friend's suspicion. In the end, I believe that the film's main problem is that it is too slow and that the film is too dull. I believe that the older couple's story is much more interesting and suspenseful, and it is better told than the younger brother's story. I believe that the younger brother's story is also better told, but it is not as captivating as the older couple's story.
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 12:56

Despite its numerous flaws, "Girlfriend" remains a pleasant diversion for those who can stomach a rather protracted and methodical plot. The film follows an overworked but intelligent and quirky nurse (Sarah Bolger) who is given a second chance to spend a weekend with her young son (John Corbett) after his girlfriend (Dakota Fanning) has fallen for him. The mother-daughter relationship is also complicated by the arrival of a visiting business associate (Don Cheadle) who doesn't know if he can trust Bolger. Even with its flaws, "Girlfriend" is a fun movie that is an improvement over the awful "Grown Ups 2" which was another movie where the production company was willing to sacrifice character development and plot for the sake of being a comedy. Bolger's performance is decent, but her character isn't very interesting or fleshed out and it's not until she becomes more of a person who is interesting to follow that the film really starts to work. The most entertaining thing about the film is the way the production company went about making the film. While I was initially skeptical about the idea of making a film with a plot like this, it was the fact that they got the camera and the actors to behave in a way that made it believable that it would be a fun film. The way that the camera and actors moved around, the way that they didn't speak in a flat monotone was all very interesting and I'm glad that the film was able to have some personality in the story. While I don't think that the story is entirely compelling, I do think that it's a fun, well-written and very funny film and it's good to see that a film can be so much fun without all of the silliness that you get in movies such as "The Hangover". I would recommend this film to fans of independent film and film noir. It's not the greatest film out there, but it's a good film that will appeal to fans of film noir. I give it a 7/10.

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