PRODUCER: Frank Korachi
CAST: Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore,
Bella Thorne, Joel McHale
Nurse widower invites nurse divorce on a blind date at Hooters. Everything goes wrong from the very beginning, and the failed couple scatter in the hope of never seeing each other again. A few days later they find themselves in the same South African resort, and with them - five children for two.
What do we get:
Trying to make a good comedy about how great it is to find a partner who will love your children as much as your own, and you at the same time. And the theme is attractive, and the characters are cute, but still watching them is sometimes painful. It happens that even with a good person you find it difficult to communicate. Just because he doesn’t shave his armpits, he loves hookah and spas with animators, laughs at racist jokes, and he also smells of bad breath. That "Mixed" is such a good person. He has his own merits, but, honestly, if in 1998 after the release of the wonderful romantic comedy "Singer at the Wedding" we were shown where her stars - Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler - would be filmed in sixteen years, the desire to shoot both immediately it would be very strong.
Producer: Julian Gilby
Cast: Edward Spealers, Will Polter,
Alfie Owen-Allen, Emma Rigby
Four young British adventurers who fraud with credit cards rob, without suspecting it, a big bandit. He gives them the opportunity to apologize - to bring him two million pounds in two weeks for moral damage. Heroes go to Miami to breed the local jewelry office into diamonds, supposedly for the prince of Brunei.
What do we get:
For those who love adventurous films like "Ocean's Friends" and "The Illusions of Deception" and for bezryba ready to be content with less. “Plastic” is “Ocean” for the poor, and in the sense of stardom, not only actors, but also scriptwriters. Locals with ingenuity are seriously worse. Among the artists, by the way, there are familiar faces, for example Alfie Allen, the singer’s brother and participant in the Game of Thrones, and Will Polter from last year’s comedy blockbuster We Are the Millers. And here they are trying to compensate for the shortcomings of the plot by the abundance of naked female nature.
The middle hand is a horror movie about a lawyer girl who finds out that she is protecting a werewolf.
"WTF! What the hell?"
The main character of this French comedy is a real stand-up comedian Remy Gaillard, who allegedly gets into all the seriousness of the plot.
Children's drama about a girl, a boy and a dog in the USSR in 1953.
Domestic love drama about a mother who went on a spree.