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(2694) 5.3 93 min 2018

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...

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

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Romance, Drama, Comedy
Director Miguel Arteta
Writer Miguel Arteta, Alia Shawkat
Stars Alia Shawkat, Mae Whitman, Hong Chau, Laia Costa
Country USA
Also Known As 24時間ずっとLOVE
Runtime 1H 33M
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.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 23 Jun 2020 16:44

I was pleasantly surprised by this quirky, wonderful, moving film. It was very interesting to see the state of modern day American culture in the 1960's. The story is about a pair of New York teenage girls who have been sent away from their home, and must find their way back home. The story is told in a very artfully realistic way, and the performances by the two young stars are terrific. Maggie and Nadine are a great couple, and I thoroughly enjoyed their off-screen relationship. While their romance was an appealing element, I thought it could have been more engaging if there was more of an actual story to it. But aside from that minor flaw, I thought this was a very very good film. It has a very realistic look to it, and does a good job of showing the social and cultural changes that occurred in the early 1960's. It also shows us how that change affected those who were sent away. For example, I liked the idea that Nadine and her parents were almost like teenagers at this point, and were still living with their parents. When Nadine and her mother decided to go back home to California, they were both very different from their parents. There were no real parents to show us that they were having difficulties adjusting to the new life in the big city. A strong sense of community was created by the film, which made it very much like any other family movie. Even though I have never been in New York, I could really identify with the characters. I think that the idea of the movie was great, and the performances were terrific. They were very good at conveying a lot of emotions and feelings. I would recommend this film to anyone, especially to anybody who has a sibling who has been sent away, or who has had a loved one. The movie also can be enjoyed by just about anyone who is not in the same situation as Nadine and her family.
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 21:49

Being a big fan of British comedy, I was quite excited to see this film, and I can say that I was pleasantly surprised. "Bella" was a surprisingly good film, with a relatively low body count (it's an American film, after all) and a very clever plot. However, I must say that the script didn't really strike me as terribly clever, and I don't think the film would have worked as well as it did if the script had been better. My main criticism of the film is that it just didn't seem very "British". The fact that most of the actors had British accents only added to the confusion, but the fact that the plot was very British and realistic did nothing to help this. The plot was a bit too dumbed-down for my taste, as the plot seemed to focus almost entirely on the relationship between Bella and her dad. It's nice to see that American film-makers can make a British film (though it is still not good), but they could have gone for something else if they really wanted to make a British film. This film was extremely well-acted, and I found that I really enjoyed watching the characters interact, particularly Chris Evans. I think that the American audiences will really enjoy this film, as I can't think of a single person I would not enjoy watching it with. I think that this is a film that is worth watching for the comedy, but not for the plot or anything else, so if you want a movie to laugh at, this is the one. Also, I think that this film will do very well on DVD, and I have heard that it will be on video, so this film is bound to be popular.
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 01:11

I'm a sucker for romantic comedies. I'm not sure why, but it seems to me that they're more appealing to me in a romantic sense. When I first saw this film I thought it was fine, but after a while I became somewhat bored with it. I was drawn to it because of Johnny Depp. I like him, and this film was part of his "love" story, but I was expecting more. There's also the myth that films like this have "out of this world" chemistry between stars. Well, I think that for me the chemistry was lacking. Johnny Depp is one of the few male stars I've ever liked and he's not the only one. Is it me, or was the chemistry between him and the "un-dude" Ben Mendelsohn just not there? I found it annoying. But all that aside, I think that this film is an interesting way to depict an older generation. I think that in the age of "let's go out and see a lot of romantic comedies", the focus is on the younger generation. The film is about a young man (played by Evan Rachel Wood) and his relationship with his grandfather. The older generation is about a younger generation. It's a slice of life. It doesn't pretend to be deep, it's not meant to be anything more than a story about love and history and about friendships. It's just that simple. I think that Johnny Depp is a great actor, and he and Matt Damon have great chemistry together. They do in fact work well together. As for the character development. I don't think it was good. I never really knew the people in the film. So I didn't really know if they were "OK" or "not OK". The only thing that really stood out for me was how Ben Mendelsohn was very good. It was nice to see him working as the "un-dude". I think that this film would appeal to guys, but not really to the girls. It is a romcom, and I don't think it's meant to appeal to the young girls that are expected to see this film. I think that for guys, it will appeal to them, and for the girls it will appeal to them. For me it was more a two way street, but I'm not sure that I would ever see it again. It's okay, but I think it's not a movie that I would ever watch again.


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