#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – You could say Alex Lippi is a ladies’ man but it is not true. Of course he has already wooed and charmed armies of women, young and less young, French and foreign. But Alex does it only on active service. Indeed he is appointed to break up undesired couplings. This time he must prevent a rich young lady from marrying an English millionaire. The girl is beautiful and the future husband a perfect match. Will he manage to accomplish this difficult mission?
Plot: Alex and his sister run a business designed to break up relationships. They are hired by a rich man to break up the wedding of his daughter. The only problem is that they only have one week to do so.
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I’m not into French cinema because I don’t usually understand the jokes in them, but I went to see Heartbreaker last night for a special preview. I was completely surprised because it charmed me in the first five minutes and from then on it was an almost non-stop laughing, chuckling, cackling audience around me. I loved the storyline and the characters. Alex Lippi is a guy hired to seduce women and break up couples. When he is hired to sort out Juliette (Vanessa Paradis) 10 days before her wedding, he pulls out all the tricks from the hat but she doesn’t fall for anything. Interestingly, the thing that it was in French made this movie work much better than a Hollywood version. I thoroughly enjoyed it because it was funny, witty, fresh, minus the clichés and cheap jokes.
Charming and funny confection
What a joy! A quite mad French rom-com which is very funny, not over-subtle and completely bewitching.
Romain Duris is Alex, a professional breaker-up of the relationships of “unknowingly unhappy” women. He’s good. He’s an artist, driving himself into the arms of a loan shark to pursue his calling for the benefit of, well, of the people who pay him to separate their friends, sisters, daughters from A N Other unsuitable man. The joyous thing about what he does – what saves it from cynicism or worse, is that the women clearly benefit too, walking away with their eyes open, feeling loved. But he’s about to meet his match: Vanessa Paradis is Juliette, his next and most challenging target, a woman who appears to be perfectly happy. He and his crack support team have a week to pull off the impossible: separate a perfect woman from the perfect man she’s about to marry and be Happy Ever After with. He can’t afford to question why he’s being asked to do this.
I think the ‘classic’ French male leading man is often an acquired taste to Brits. On paper – and even on first impressions – it’s hard to find Alex likable, and yet that’s exactly what he, and the film, achieves. It helps that he’s something of a ‘little’ guy: he’s broke, and genuinely loves his job, and the likes of Juliette look down their noses at people like him. He exudes a brilliant physical energy throughout the film: it’s this – and his passion and determination, never doing anything by halves – that’s crucial to his ultimately winning the audience, and his ‘victim’, over.
Of course, the reserved, poised Juliette might also appear, at least at first, somewhat unlikeable, with her very expensive lifestyle and her perfect fiancé. But her secret lowbrow tastes, her playfulness, and her seeing the good that we see in Alex, win us over too. It helps that Paradis the actress is a bit of an icon, a bit edgy; even slightly odd looking (sorry is that me? That doesn’t mean I think she isn’t beautiful!). He’s slightly odd looking too.
The film goes at a cracking pace, and features bedroom farce, classic French meringue-light comedy, visual gags, slapstick, crime, punishment, an English stooge, pleasing background music, knowing references – you name it. But amazingly it works. It makes wonderful use of “Dirty Dancing” which I’ll leave you to enjoy in all its guilty glory – admit it, you loved it too! Shot beautifully in ice-cream-coloured Monaco, everyone looks great – expect no less from a French romantic comedy.
I think men should be obliged to buy this for their girlfriends and wives immediately. You never know, men might even like it too !
Original Language fr
Runtime 1 hr 45 min (105 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Comedy, Romance
Director Pascal Chaumeil
Writer Laurent Zeitoun (scenario), Jeremy Doner (scenario), Yoann Gromb (scenario), Laurent Zeitoun (original idea)
Actors Romain Duris, Vanessa Paradis, Julie Ferrier, François Damiens
Country France, Monaco, USA
Awards 2 wins & 9 nominations.
Production Company Quad Productions
Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Arricam LT, Technovision/Cooke Lenses, Arriflex 535B, Technovision/Cooke Lenses
Film Length 2,897 m (Portugal, 35 mm)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Technovision (anamorphic) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (Kodak)