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Duck Butter is a movie starring Alia Shawkat, Laia Costa, and Mae Whitman. Two women, who are dissatisfied with the dishonesty they see in dating and relationships, decide to make a pact to spend 24 hours together hoping to find a...

Comedy, Drama, Romance
Miguel Arteta
Hong Chau, Mae Whitman, Laia Costa, Alia Shawkat

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Genres Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director Miguel Arteta
Writer Alia Shawkat, Miguel Arteta
Stars Hong Chau, Mae Whitman, Laia Costa, Alia Shawkat
Country USA
Also Known As 24時間ずっとLOVE
Runtime 1 h 33 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Two women, who are dissatisfied with the dishonesty they see in dating and relationships, decide to make a pact to spend 24 hours together hoping to find a new way to create intimacy.

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Sunday, 01 Nov 2020 10:52

One of the most impressive films I've seen in a long time, "Pans Labyrinth" is a suspenseful film that uses an unconventional narrative to get under your skin. Set in the twilight of the Victorian era, the story follows the life of British writer Edmund Butterworth (Peter Vaughan), who is released from prison after serving four years for a murder he didn't commit. While out on his balcony he meets and becomes close to a lonely young girl, Lady Edith (Rita Hayworth), who happens to be the illegitimate daughter of a wealthy Lord and Lady Butterworth. While Edith is introduced as an important character to Edmund, he soon begins to fall in love with her. The girl becomes a symbol of good fortune in the world of Victorian society, and this creates a peculiar bond between Edmund and Lady Edith. Despite the fact that he is trapped in a fantasy world that he is unaware of, Edmund is certain that Lady Edith is the woman that has everything he desires, and the only person who can fulfill him. Throughout the film, Edmund's desire to become the new Lady Edith is fulfilled by her, and eventually, he becomes the woman that he has always wanted. But the other characters in the film aren't so happy about it. The titular character is a veteran soldier, who is still suffering from post traumatic stress, and has been portrayed as a man who is at peace with himself and has lost his femininity. His war comrade, Lady Edith, who is a strict disciplinarian and who doesn't accept any romance, seems to think that Edmund's attempt to become a Lady Edith is going too far. The viewer is left to wonder how many women are involved in the plot and how they think of Edmund's attempt to become the Lady Edith. "Pans Labyrinth" is a slow-moving film, but it's the first film of the year that I've seen that I think is worthy of its reputation. It's a movie that will grab you and hold you at the edge of your seat, and as the film goes on you begin to believe that you are one of the people in the film. The acting is great, and the photography is stunning. I hope that this film will be one that inspires people to be more artistic and creative. It's a very good film that is very interesting, and if you are a fan of Peter Vaughan, you should definitely check it out.
Friday, 25 Sep 2020 16:15

I must say that I've watched this movie for the first time yesterday. I really enjoyed it. There is so much material for a romantic comedy and in this movie it's the main themes are love, family and different forms of love. From the start you're attracted to the main characters because of their many individual flaws. The other actors (especially Alba) are also well casted. You can see that they really love their craft and not only have to follow the script, but to be able to improvise on top of it. For example, during the dancing scene you could easily see how the guys improvise on their own. They make their lines more natural. Some scenes, like the bar scene, they have all these different guys, but somehow the chemistry just doesn't seem to be there. The female characters aren't all that special, I think they're just there for the "BFF" part. Even if they have nothing to do, I can't help but feel that there's a resemblance to some of the scenes. The next thing is the cinematography. It's nothing spectacular but it does work. All the locations are very well selected, and you can see that the director was just making sure that everything is in perfect proportion. The story is very simple. The main character, Walter, is a bit of a loser. He doesn't have the money to marry his girlfriend, so he doesn't have a family. He tries to marry a girl named Corinne and she is of course jealous of the boys she grew up with. This is what Walter's father (played by Joey Lauren Adams) wanted to do. He starts a long distance relationship with another girl called Gabriella and soon discovers that he's also falling for Corinne. The storyline is not that original, but I'm glad that it's not anything I've seen before. If you're looking for a fun romantic comedy, this one is for you.

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