Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Wait: When you sleep with a teenager that could have an impact on your marriage?
Upsetting and bleak; a meditative exercise in ice cream, marital infidelity, DisneyWorld, statutory rape, and the Khmer Rouge.
So thick with a contrived laughability that your only recourse is to start believing that you're watching a comedy.
Good actors stuck in a clunky disjointed mess of a movie. You never really understand who these people are so the stupid and irrational things the script has them do make no impact on the viewer.
It was okay. Wouldn't watch it again though.
An interesting film!
[font=Century Gothic]In "Book of Love", Chet(Gregory Smith), a 16-year old high school student on his swimming team, works part-time in a local ice cream parlor in a New Jersey suburb. One day, in walks David(Simon Baker), a history teacher at a local all-girls high school and his beautiful wife, Elaine(Frances O'Connnor). Chet who is inexperienced in the ways of the world is fascinated to hear about their trip to Cambodia. Upon learning that he has never been to New York City, they take him under their wing and invite Chet along with them to watch a friend sing at a Manhattan nightclub. When David falls asleep after a barbecue, Chet makes a drunken pass at Elaine...[/font]
[font=Century Gothic]"Book of Love" is an intelligent movie that is not afraid of going to dark and uncomfortable places. It is about the consequences to be faced when self-control is lost. And Frances O'Connor gives a truly heartfelt performance.[/font]
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