Jusqu'à toi (2009)

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Movie Info

Justin Bartha and Melanie Laurent co-headline this romantic comedy from France - a formulaic meditation on the serendipitous events that thrust two prospective lovers together. American Jack (Bartha) suddenly wins a trip to the City of Lights but gets unceremoniously dumped by his girlfriend beforehand. He decides to continue his travels alone, but his luggage accidentally gets swapped with that of Chloe (Laurent), a French businesswoman. While Jack remains stuck in his room sans clothes or money, Chloe begins rifling through his luggage and falls in love with him, then hastily arrives at the conclusion that they are fated to be together.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Art House & International , Comedy , Romance
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Cast

Billy Boyd
as Rufus
Dorothée Berryman
as La mère de Jack
Jackie Berroyer
as Le père de Chloé / Chloé's father
Maurice Bénichou
as Le réceptionniste / Receptionist
Eric Berger
as Jérôme
Jeanne Ferron
as La femme de chambre
Yvon Back
as Didier
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Critic Reviews for Jusqu'à toi

All Critics (6)

Acut-price, transatlantic version of Amelie that keeps you at clinical distance, when you need to see the world through their eyes.

July 8, 2010
Triple J

Laurent lights up the screen in almost every scene, even when she's being miserable; it's just a pity her character isn't remotely believable.

Full Review… | July 3, 2010
sbs.com.au

At times you want to whack this pair of self-indulgent, angst-ridden misfits over the back of the head with a plastic carry-cup, but mostly, they're a couple of charmers.

Full Review… | July 2, 2010
MovieTime, ABC Radio National

This is a very contrived rom-com which isn't saved by the generally likable performances.

Full Review… | June 30, 2010
At the Movies (Australia)

The only comic spark comes from Maurice Benichou.

Full Review… | June 30, 2010
Sydney Morning Herald

With its underwritten characters, a worrying lack of warmth and, of course, the obligatory last minute dash to the airport, Every Jack Has A Jill hasn't got a patch on Amelie.

Full Review… | June 30, 2010
FILMINK (Australia)

Audience Reviews for Jusqu'à toi

½

Serendipity, french-style: driven by a lot of quirkiness and refusal to return other people's rightful belongings. I really thought she would've ended up with the Scot at the end... now That would've been serendipitous.

Aaron Chuah
Aaron Chuah

Cute, but not as cute as it supposed to be. Almost every character is self-indulgent freak, especially the core character Chole played by Melanie Laurent. The hide & seek is not as interesting as anticipated either with a not so delicate characters & circumstance development.

WS Wu
WS Wu

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