Colleen Collette (Lily-Rose Depp) and Colleen McKenzie (Harley Quinn Smith) have always been best friends. Now they share a passion for yoga, a boring job in a convenience store and a band with which they hope to become famous. But first: get through high school and maybe find a hot boyfriend like Hunter (Austin Butler), Colleen M’s crush, and his best friend Gordon (Tyler Posey). When the two of them invite the Colleens to a party, they are overjoyed. But things go very differently than expected – in a sudden Nazis, evil plot and satanism kind of way. It’s up to the Colleens to save the world.
Yoga Hosers wasn’t perfect, but it was entertaining, sweet and funny. I enjoyed most of it – especially after the clusterfuck that was Tusk.
Murray (Woody Allen) has to close his bookshop and is now looking at other forms of income. When his doctor (Sharon Stone) tells him about her sexual fantasies, Murray has the idea to pimp out his friend Fioravante (John Turturro), a quiet part-time florist. After initial hesitation, Fioravante agrees to the plan. But when Murray brings him the Jewish-orthdox, recently widowed Avigal (Vanessa Paradis) as a customer, sex is not what is required of Fioravante and soon, love is at stake.
Fading Gigolo wasn’t a bad film, though there was way too much smartmouthing Woody Allen for my taste, but it was definitely a film made for the guys and personally I’m just very tired of those films.
Alex (Romain Duris) has a successful business, together with his sister Mélanie (Julie Ferrier) and her husband Marc (François Damiens): he gets hired by people to break couples up, but he only does so when the woman is unhappy – and by seducing her. When he gets hired to break up Juliette (Vanessa Paradis) and her fiancé Jonathan (Andrew Lincoln), he agrees to do it because of financial difficulties, even though Juliette seems perfectly happy. And it just might be that Alex has taken on more than he can handle.
Heartbreaker is shallow and predictable, but also very enjoyable and funny. It knows what it is – which is a sappy RomCom – but more importantly, it likes what it is and it’s well done.