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Merci pour tout is a movie starring Julie Perreault, Magalie Lépine Blondeau, and Robin Aubert. Sisters Marianne and Christin travel to the Magdalen Islands, where they will spread their father's ashes and flee their personal...

Genres
Comedy
Director
Louise Archambault
Starring
Robin Aubert, Julie Perreault, Magalie Lépine Blondeau, Sacha Charles

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Product details

Genres Comedy
Director Louise Archambault
Writer Isabelle Langlois
Stars Robin Aubert, Julie Perreault, Magalie Lépine Blondeau, Sacha Charles
Country Canada
Also Known As Merci Pour Tout
Runtime 1 h 39 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 Sisters Marianne and Christin travel to the Magdalen Islands, where they will spread their father's ashes and flee their personal problems, without realizing that they carry them with them, literally and figuratively.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 19 May 2020 16:03

Eddie Izzard's stand-up act, a character he portrays as though he were an actor in a play, is perhaps his most outstanding strength, and it is well suited to the role of Pappas. It is not only his innate talent that is his story, but his willingness to be himself and to be different. As Izzard plays Pappas, a self-professed gay man living in a British military base, he is confronted with many of the prejudices that might be brought to bear upon him. He is ridiculed for not having a girlfriend and, in the process, is accused of being gay, causing him to have to reassess his life and his desire for his long-suffering wife and children. Yet, throughout the film, Pappas keeps his sense of humor intact, always being happy with who he is and being who he is. Izzard's comedy is often satirical, but it is never meant to be genteel and even, at times, cruel. Much of the humor of this film is based on the false notion that homosexuals can be successful, which is reinforced by the notion that gay men will be successful in military. The fact that Pappas was not successful in the military was a source of ridicule, and the only way that Pappas could achieve what he wanted was to take it upon himself to go out and make a name for himself and his sexuality. The other men who surround Pappas at the base are often compared to this false notion of homosexuality, and they too are ridiculed for their perceived homosexuality. One member of the base, a sailor, is mocked and ridiculed for his "gayness," but he actually endorses Pappas, and becomes a success, albeit a small one. Despite the way the situation is presented, Izzard does not shy away from the inherent satire inherent in the situation, and he never resorts to the politically correct way that other stand-up acts would do. This is why Pappas is such a brilliant character. The character is one who has no ideals and who will do anything to achieve his goals, and he is often mocked for that. He's just as much of a self-hater as the other men who surround him. This is the core of Pappas, and Izzard's own comedy. It is a great comedy, and I would recommend it to anyone who would like to watch a great film.
Saturday, 25 Apr 2020 08:58

As the Christmas season approaches, 'The Life of the Party' is a tour de force of a film. In the first thirty minutes, the audience is presented with a series of dramatic situations which are presented in a one-dimensional way. The picture does not linger on these characters and their experiences, but rather describes the life of these four 'party men'. We see that each of them is a genius at his/her job. But the same qualities that make these characters great are also their downfall. The first fifteen minutes are very interesting and shows us that these men are in fact passionate about their work, but also think about their personal lives. However, soon after that, the film loses its focus and we are presented with one-dimensional situations that are described very graphically. At this point in the film, the story becomes a bit confusing and the character development is non-existent. The focus is on these men, but nothing is left to the imagination. The one-dimensional situations slowly become more and more boring and the viewer is constantly asking "Why does he always have to act the way he does?". The director loses the focus of the movie and the story becomes muddled. The last twenty minutes of the film is one of the most intense and powerful moments of the year. It ends with an unexpected twist that leaves you wondering what will happen next. The last shot is not the usual one and the audience is left to interpret what will happen next. This is a very strong film and is highly recommended for the whole family.
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 01:40

A very strange movie, almost surreal, in the sense of "bizarre", in the sense of "freaky" and "out there", and in the sense of "surreal", in the sense of "horror" and "strange" (with that last word in the middle of the sentence). It has a lot of surreal imagery and a lot of surreal characters. It's really weird. It's not a movie that you should really see. It's so weird that you won't even be able to put it into words, you'll just have to see it. The only thing I have to say is that it is definitely not for people who like a very "serious" movie, or people who have seen a lot of movies in their life. This is just so weird, I can't describe it. It is that weird, but not only that weird, it is also very interesting. And there is something else about this movie that is worth mentioning. It has a message in the movie that could be seen as quite scary if you don't understand French or you don't have a really good knowledge of horror movies. It is about the life of a girl who is in the end part of her life. She has a son, who lives in her home, and she knows this son, but she doesn't know how to talk to him. She has lost her love, her lover, her son. It is a very strange story and I think that if you have not read the book (which is by the way much better, if you have read it) you will like this movie, but if you have read the book and if you are more experienced in horror movies you will hate this movie. I recommend this movie, but if you don't understand French, then this movie might be a little bit frightening. I also recommend this movie to people who have seen enough horror movies, because they will hate this movie even more. But if you like surreal movies, then you will love this movie, and if you like movies that are really strange, then you will like this movie. It is really weird, but it is also really interesting.


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