Un bonheur n'arrive jamais seul2012
Un bonheur n'arrive jamais seul (2012)
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Critic Reviews for Un bonheur n'arrive jamais seul
We've seen this story time-and-time again but there's a nice chemistry between stars Gad Elmaleh and Sophie Marceau that makes it easy to watch.
Many French movies wear their debt to American cinema on their sleeve. This is one of them.
The establishing scenes are the best things about the film, as it shows its heart on its sleeve, turning on the magic realism charm, seducing us with its overt romanticism and letting us feast on two characters falling madly in love
Like a good piece of jazz that surprises by its melodies, harmonies and rhythms, this delectable comedy mixes up music, art, kids and love in surprising juxtapositions, delivering a vibrant splash of life
Audience Reviews for Un bonheur n'arrive jamais seul
This romantic comedy is no example of originality - and it knows that, since it makes welcome references to classic works mirrored in this love fable - but it is a delightful story that benefits from a good chemistry between the leads with a lot of charm and a hilarious physical humor.
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