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[email protected] Caen is a movie starring Martha Higareda, Omar Chaparro, and Dunia Alexandra. Adán (Omar Chaparro) is a charming seducer who believes he knows how to make any woman swoon. He prepares to teach his friends the art of conquering...

Ariel Winograd
Ramon Alvarez, Martha Higareda, Dunia Alexandra, Omar Chaparro

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Genres Comedy
Director Ariel Winograd
Writer Cory Brusseau, Martha Higareda
Stars Ramon Alvarez, Martha Higareda, Dunia Alexandra, Omar Chaparro
Country Mexico
Runtime 2 h
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 Adán (Omar Chaparro) is a charming seducer who believes he knows how to make any woman swoon. He prepares to teach his friends the art of conquering women, using his array of bullet-proof rules of seduction. Mia (Martha Higareda) is an ambitious producer that dreams of having her own TV show on women empowerment called "Todos Caen," a strategic guide to dating that teaches you just how to hook a man- and have him eating from the palm of your hand in no time. Mia and Adán cross paths at a bar one fateful night, and from there the game is on in an all-out battle of the sexes. But as they test their finely honed seduction strategies on one another, both find that sometimes the more you play hard to get, the harder you may end up falling.

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Monday, 25 May 2020 02:07

I'm not sure what to make of this movie. The story is told in a slow and measured fashion that is fairly lacking in the style of Woody Allen. But the movie is still quite entertaining. The story starts with a clever idea of a married couple living together in a beach house. The husband is an intellectual, witty, and idealistic gentleman who would make a great president if the world were going to be run by socialists. He is a historian and a retired military man who has been estranged from his family for many years. When his wife dies in an automobile accident, he buys her house and moves to the country. The only way he can reconcile with his wife is by going to a state funeral in an elegant yacht. The widow who has had an affair with the president gives the widow an opportunity to move out of the house. The husband, however, has other ideas. He buys the yacht and begins to make arrangements to relocate the widow to a more peaceful location. He writes letters to her saying how much he loves her and how much he loves the country, and also writes about his sex life, including pictures of his womanizing. The wife, who is played by "Dakota Fanning," is very serious about this. But she has some growing up to do and does not want to be apart from her husband for any longer than necessary. Then, after a couple of months, the wife says she is moving out and needs to be with her father. The father is played by comedian Louis C.K., who is not very well known. He has a great time playing a man who is very loving and caring and who makes fun of the world around him. But he is also very mean, and will fight at any cost to get what he wants. The husband is a bit more of a jerk. He does not want his wife to leave him, but he does want her to leave him. He sends the wife's friends away to get her out of his house, to the point that the first person who tries to help the wife comes to the house, a house that has been in his family for centuries. The wife and her friends come home, and the husband wants the woman to stay. He asks her to leave and get married. When the wife does not take the advice of her friends, the husband has her moved to another country and refuses to speak to her. Finally, the wife says that she is going to be a private person. In the end, the wife gets what she wants and the husband is left alone, and nothing is ever the same again. The movie ends with a very interesting scene in which the wife learns that her friend, her lover, and her husband are all dead. She finds out that she has a son from her first marriage and that she is raising the son on her own. When the son is a child, the wife asks him to move in with her, but he says he wants to stay in the house he has always known. The wife says she is not going to make the same mistake again. "I'm not going to take your advice," she says. The movie is fairly funny. The story is not very long. There are only two scenes that
Saturday, 16 May 2020 23:45

Tod is a combination of some of the most funny Irish comedies of the past few decades: the first of which, "The Family", was based on the much-loved book by Irish writer Michael O'Mahony, and the second, "O'Mahony's Gang", a compilation of films based on the comic-strip of the same name, was also based on the O'Mahony story. Although the style is a little bit more modern, the core of the series remains the same. O'Mahony, who died in 2002, was the man who brought Ireland the first comedy-romance-drama, and he has inspired some of the best films about the country. Here, the stories are all set in one location and are set in the very beginning of the century. The first story, "The New Giant", is the story of a pre-teen boy who is kidnapped by the first settler to arrive in Ireland, Lord George Brown, who wants to keep the land and his family name, so he can live with his wife and children. But when the Lord does not come back for the second time, his wife and son, Waddy, and his daughter, Brianna, start to suffer from anxiety attacks and a falling in love with their neighbor, Molly. They soon realize that Lord Brown has put a curse on Molly. To avoid the curse, Molly's friends must do one of three things: take the Lord away, confess their love to him, or escape the curse by killing him. They do not choose wisely, as the outcome of the curse is both a blessing and a curse, for the curse may cause them to become giants or people that are bigger than they are, and may even turn their friends into giants themselves. This is a very funny film, even if it is not a very good one. It has a very original and original style of telling the story and it is very funny, although some of the jokes fall flat. The humor is very strong in the beginning, but after the first third of the film, the jokes lose some of their strength and become more and more boring. That is not a bad thing, as the film is still very funny. However, it is more a matter of taste than it is a matter of quality, so I would not rate it above a seven. It is certainly one of the best Irish comedies I have seen, and one of the best I have seen from Ireland. The second story, "The Other Gods", is a story of a teen boy, Michael, who discovers that he is really in love with a girl who is also in love with a boy who is in love with a girl. He and the boy decide to have a little romance, but the boy is afraid of leaving his lover. I don't want to spoil the story, but if you like Irish comedies, you will probably like this one too.

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