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on 24 September 2014
Fantastic film - wanted it from the time I saw it in the cinema. Despite the it being in French the film is amazing. Suprisingly the subtitles didn't bother me at all.
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VINE VOICEon 4 November 2009
Prete-Moie Ta Main is an hilarious French romantic comedy. Alain Chabat plays Luis, a a very happy and content single man who is pampered by his mother and sisters until one day they decide it is time for him to get married and start lining up women for him.

To counter this he employs Emma (Charlotte Gainsbourg), his best friends sister to pretend that they are dating. The comedy all comes from the situations they find themselves in as they meet for various functions and get deeper into trouble with the pretence.
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on 17 June 2008
I've seen the film five times in French and can't wait for the English DVD. The acting is brilliant, the humour is delightful, and Charlotte Gainsbourg is irresistible (as always).

This is Gainsbourg's funniest and most endearing film (second to "My Wife is an Actress").
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on 9 August 2010
It is a simple premise, a man who apparently cannot accept personal responsibility for his life and for what he has achieved ducking and diving in order to stay out of the clutches of responsibility as the pressure on him intensifies under the gaze of his watchful family.

Both lead characters have their own agenda and the two stars, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Alain Chabat play off of each other beautifully.

This is one to watch again and again.
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on 29 August 2013
I really like this movie. The story is simole and entertaining. A great watch if you just want to relax on a quiet eveing.
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on 6 April 2008
A very enjoyable, if somewhat predictable, film but worth an evening in. Nicely written throughout and very amusing at times.
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on 15 December 2007
A very accessible French film that foreigners can easily relate to. Alain Chabat and Charlotte Gainsbourg (great role) make an unlikely but credible pairing. Will strike a particular chord with those living in matriarchal families. The women are all good and although the other male parts are slightly less spot on, it's a good evening's entertainment for adults and teens.
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on 20 July 2014
Lovely film which I could watch again and again
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on 28 June 2012
I like French films as they are quirky and amusing, this one didn't disappoint. It is a lot better than the usual Hollywood attempts at Romcoms.
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on 8 May 2009
Good movie to watch, Charlotte Gainsborough has shown a great deal of maturity and she's the one that makes the movie groove.
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