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Heartbreaker [L'Arnacoeur] Review


Excellent
This delightful romantic comedy refuses to play by Hollywood rules. So even though it's as predictable as you'd expect, it keeps the characters grounded in reality. And their dialog is peppered with truly terrific lines.

Alex (Duris) is a charming rogue makes a living breaking up undesirable relationships. Working with his sister (Ferrier) and her husband (Damiens), he woos women away from unsuitable suitors. His next assignment is in Monaco, where he must pry the wealthy Juliette (Paradis) from her lovely, wealthy British fiance (Lincoln). Posing as her bodyguard, Alex succeeds in catching her eye, but will she fall for him in time to stop the wedding? And what if Alex falls for her?

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Heartbreaker (L'arnacoeur in French) is Pascal Chaumeil's directorial debut. Heartbreaker is a possible contender for the all time rom-com hall of fame with its wit, originality and above all, breath-taking romance.

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Micmacs Trailer


When Bazil is hit in the head by a stray bullet, it's a surprise to everyone that he's survived the freak accident. The doctors manage to save Bazil from death but he's left knowing that death could come knocking at his door anytime soon.

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Micmacs [Micmacs A Tire-larigot] Review


Very Good
Back in Amelie mode, Jeunet creates a wonderfully entertaining romp about a group of outsiders and manages to slip in an extremely subtle political jab amid the wacky slapstick and almost obsessive attention to detail. It's a bit silly, but it's also great fun.

After being shot by an errant bullet, Bazil (Boon) becomes homeless. Taken in by the Micmacs, seven misfits living in a secret lair under a rubbish heap, he discovers that rival Parisian arms dealers manufactured the bullet that hit him and the landmine that killed his father when he was a child. As he plots his revenge, his new friends all want in on the plan, so they set about inventively using their salvage to get the company owners (Dussollier and Marie) to square off against each other.

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Heartbreaker [L'Arnacoeur] Movie Review

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Heartbreaker Trailer

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