Demain tout commence
Demain tout commence Details
|Title||Demain tout commence|
|Air Date||Dec 07, 2016|
|Networks||Mars Films, Vendome Pictures,|
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A totally unexpected Omar Sy
I though I knew Omar Sy from his other work: "Intouchables", "Nos jours heureux", "Chocolat". But this is something else! Excellent performance! He's so into his character that it feels he isn't even acting, just being. The plot twist towards the end is a real surprise. You go on guessing the story line, but it goes to and fro a few times. Along t...
For one there is the responsibility of making a good remake as it seems. While I was watching it, I was not aware of this being a remake. I'm going out on a limb here and will believe a fellow reviewer on IMDb when he says this is a Remake of a Mexican movie. So yes while Americans do like to Remake world movies (including French movies), the Fren...
moving and amusing
This is the typical well made comedydrama, where the wise combination of funny and moving elements results in a good product, also thanks to the good acting performances. Omar Sy really feels his character and is certainly the pillar of strength of a sometimes weak screenplay, but still capable of arousing deep emotion. The (usual) bad Italian t...
Emotional Story, great acting
First let me say this: I am not a fan of Omar Sy, nor his previous work in Intouchable... But I was amazed how realistic he brought his character to live in this movie. Im not an emotional person but towards the end of the movie I really had troubling holding the tears in because of the not logical rules of the court and our society.. You really f...
Remake of Mexican movie
After 10 minutes I started getting this weird feeling I had seen the movie before. Impossible, as it just started screening in the cinemas. Scene after scene I was able to predict what would happen, until I remembered that I had seen a similar Spanish like movie a couple of years ago with exactly the same story. Unfortunately this has biased me an...
Not too bad a remake
This was made as a European version of the Mexican original. The original was released in 2013 and called "No se aceptan devoluciones" or "Instructions Not Included" and this one was released in 2016 and is called "Demain tout commence" or "Two Is a Family" Both are bilingual. This remake is pretty good but as with almost all remakes, not as good ...
One Great Film!!!
Samuel parties hard in the Marseille area of France and is awoken one morning by a woman carrying a baby she claims is his. She drives off leaving him with a wailing infant; he gives chase to London where he finds work and raises Gloria by himself. Demain tout commence is one of those rare diamonds from France that in my opinion most movie fans wi...
Above everything, a sweet drama full of EMOTION!
What brought me to see this movie was the fact that Omar Sy was on the cast, one of my favorites french actors. The fact that it was a comedy\drama also captured my attention because of the variety of emotions which are offered to us all the time, during the film.. After watching the motion picture "Demain tout commence", I've reserved an extremel...
Good movie but an uneven experience
This is a dramedy, containing touching elements as well as funny ones, and most of it is carried off rather well. Omar Sy's acting is up to his part of over-strained and anxious single father, between this and "Chocolat" he's shown that he can be trusted with more serious stuff without problems. Most of the other actors (including the daughter) ar...
Diagnosis: identity crisis
Given the premise, the story that screams to be told here - a serial womanizer who never took an ounce of responsibility in his life suddenly loses everything and is faced with the challenge of raising a girl, who is a total stranger to him, in a foreign country, with no means at hand - is sadly left untold. Instead, the movie opts for introducing...