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I'll say, for what it is, I almost did like the film. But just ended bare and flat
Holmes's character distracts from the otherwise entertaining movie
Le Divorce stars Kate Hudson and Naomi Watts as sisters living in France. This movie is based on the book I never read and don't plan on reading. This flick is a bore showcasing the upper middle class families and their problems. Watts's husband leaves her while being pregnant, while he goes off with another married person. The story depicts the French and American cultures and how different we are from each other. Overall it was an ok movie, nothing to remember.
Had the pieces to actually be a good movie, but fell short on laughs. And there were a couple plot points that made me just say "Wait, what? I thought this was supposed to be a comedy."
Worst movie I've ever seen. I was dragged to it on a date, and refused to talk to her again afterwards.
It Sucked, boring and dull.
"Le divorce" est le terrible!
James Ivory delivers another brilliant film, filled with many interesting characters, great storyline and beautiful cinematography. It's for adults only but what a little treat. Excellent film.
What a waste of time. I expected a lot more from this cast.
Described as "a charming comedy of manners" (really!?) Kate Hudson plays an aimless American who soaks up the local culture while visiting her unhappy, pregnant half sister (Naomi Watts) in Paris." --I've tried to get through this a couple times now and failed. Its just kind of meanders along and is pretty boring. I will say that Paris is well represented and the most interesting "character " in this. It oozes Parisian culture. DNF 07.13 (2)