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Marilou Berry - 66th Cannes Film Festival - The Bling Ring premiere - Cannes, France - Thursday 16th May 2013

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Look At Me (2004) Review


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Maybe in Europe, whining is looked upon as an art form. Three years ago, the Italian movie The Last Kiss -- a precursor to Garden State -- was released in the U.S. It bitched and moaned its way to rave reviews, a few festival prizes, and a soon-to-be released American adaptation (starring, yes, Zach Braff and Rachel Bilson), all the while driving me bonkers.

Now, from France, we have Look at Me, another movie lavished with praise that plays like an extra special, extra whiny, extra long episode of thirtysomething. The characters in Look at Me bitch so much about their troubles that you wonder how they're able to get through the day. You care that they find happiness not out of any sympathy for them, but so there's finally silence.

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Look At Me Review


Bad
Maybe in Europe, whining is looked upon as an art form. Three years ago, the Italian movie, The Last Kiss -- a precursor to Garden State -- was released in the U.S. It bitched and moaned its way to rave reviews, a few festival prizes, and a soon-to-be released American adaptation (starring, yes, Zach Braff and Rachel Bilson), all the while driving me bonkers.

Now, from France, we have Look at Me, another movie lavished with praise that plays like an extra special, extra whiny, extra long episode of thirtysomething. The characters in Look at Me bitch so much about their troubles that you wonder how they're able to get through the day. You care that they find happiness not out of any sympathy for them, but so there's finally silence.

Continue reading: Look At Me Review

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Look at Me (2004) Movie Review

Look at Me (2004) Movie Review

Maybe in Europe, whining is looked upon as an art form. Three years ago, the...

Look at Me Movie Review

Look at Me Movie Review

Maybe in Europe, whining is looked upon as an art form. Three years ago, the...

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