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Movie review: "Love the Coopers"

OK so “Love The Coopers”.

This movie was marketed as the inheritor to “The Family Stone”–a modest, well-rehearsed actor’s piece centering on a mildly dysfunctional family, with faint overtones of “Love Actually”‘s spiderweb-like structure (where we meet all the characters first and discover their intersections later). 604 more words

Review: Christmas With The Coopers

Title:                         Christmas With The Coopers

Certificate:              12A

Director:                   Jessie Nelson

Major Players:         Diane Keaton, John Goodman, Marisa Tomei, Alan Arkin

Out Of Five:             2

When a film has your name on it, you feel obliged to rock up, if only for moral support.  769 more words

Film Review

Christmas movie: The Family Stone

So this week’s weather completely put me in the Christmas-mood. And what better way to celebrate this than with a Christmas movie, a blanket and some candles.. 158 more words


Love the Coopers

The basic narrative premise of Love the Coopers has been presented many times on film before.  The family reunion has long been comedy fodder and this offering from director Jessie Nelson ( 663 more words

Film News And Reviews

Annie Hall and Alvy Singer Fumble Through Knowing Each Other

What is I LOVE That Scene? It is a semi-regular feature on our website in which we detail one single film scene we adore. Typically, the scenes we discuss are those that force us to involuntarily exclaim “I LOVE That Scene!” when they are brought up in conversation, thus the name. 673 more words


Love The Coopers - Recenzie

“Crăciunul înseamna confort, bucurie și haos”.

 Imi plac filmele care au ca subiect sărbătoarea Crăciunului. Așa, că nu am putut rata avanpremiera comediei “Haos de Crăciun” 361 more words


Soapbox: Big laughs and bigger ideas – Why Annie Hall is the greatest big screen comedy of all time

When the Writer’s Guild of America recently announced its picks for the 101 funniest film scripts of all time, Woody Allen’s 1977 classic Annie Hall ended up nabbing the top spot on the list. 743 more words