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(2526) 4.8 101 min 2018

MILF is a movie starring Marie-Josée Croze, Virginie Ledoyen, and Axelle Laffont. Three best friends in their forties start a relationship with younger men while on vacation.

Axelle Laffont, Marie-Josée Croze, Waël Sersoub, Virginie Ledoyen
Axelle Laffont

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy
Director Axelle Laffont
Writer Jérôme L'hotsky, Jean-François Halin, Axelle Laffont, Stéphane Kramer, Jonathan Cohen, Lilou Fogli, David Lanzmann, Alain Layrac
Stars Axelle Laffont, Marie-Josée Croze, Waël Sersoub, Virginie Ledoyen
Country France, Belgium
Also Known As MILF - Ferien mit Happy End, Seksi Kadın, Érett csajszik akcióban
Runtime 1H 41M
Description Three best friends in their forties start a relationship with younger men while on vacation.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 09 Feb 2021 10:32

There have been so many films that have portrayed the action and drama of women in high-society, but this one really shows them. We know that it's going to be a battle. Women in the 19th Century have been vilified for years. Even in the 18th Century, Lady Jane Grey was portrayed as a typical "tramp" who was so crude, her body was cut up and burned as evidence. But as this movie shows, the best example of a woman in high-society, was the fat, ugly Duchess of Devonshire who was hated by everyone. She was sent to "public" chastity school because she slept around and did not clean the floor and hang her clothes in the ladies' room. All of the men in the school slept with her and then only her, while her husband was hard at work and was not around. The Duke was also hard at work in his late-life while still managing a wine company. One of the questions in the movie is: Was the Duke's wife mad? He and his wife were both severely emotional while he was in the hospital, but not in his home. The marriage had nothing to do with the story, but the relationship between the Duke and the Duchess was so strong that the viewer understands the agony that the Duke must have felt. I also liked the way that the Duke talked to his son about his marriage to his mistress, and how he could not understand why the people at the school never talked about her. He always spoke about his mistress as if she were his daughter and never had an adult son. Then we saw how she had no children but a small child and a house full of servants. We also saw that she could live well on her own as a woman in high society. Even her husband was not a bad man, because he was such a good father. The Duke's love for his mistress was so strong that he did not even consider her to be a wife. In the end, the Duke died with a beautiful, young woman. The Duke was a genius in his own right and loved his mistress, and would do anything for her. He was very passionate about his mistress and would do anything to keep her. Even when he was sick, he would help a servant with his mistress by washing him and paying her hotel bill. His wife, the Duke's mistress, would have no interest in the Duke's mistress. In fact, her only interest was in the Duke and the Duke wanted to kill the Duke's mistress, not to marry her. There were many great actors and actresses in this film, particularly Helen Mirren, who was a good friend of mine, and Tom Hollander. They were very believable as the Duke and his wife. I also thought that Kate Winslet was wonderful as the Duchess, even though she was not supposed to be from England. She did a wonderful job in the role and carried it off. All of the acting in the movie was wonderful, and I think that the director, Sara Apa, did a wonderful job. It was a very realistic film, in that many things that would not be allowed in modern movies were in this one. The effects were very well done, and the scenery was beautiful. I would like to say that it was my first time seeing a movie that was both historically accurate and had great acting. I believe that this was a movie that could be shown to adults and children. I have
Tuesday, 02 Feb 2021 18:17

MILF is a hilarious, taut, unique coming-of-age flick, that also happens to be one of the best comedies I've seen all year. For those who might think that a film about a young boy who was the accidental murderer of his mother has to be a 'chick-flick', think again. It's one of the funniest movies I've seen this year, with a fresh, taut direction from writer/director Brett Ratner, and a very strong ensemble cast, all of whom do a wonderful job at making their characters their own. I had the opportunity to see MILF at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, where the film won several major awards. While many critics rated it lower than they should have, I thought it was a solid, exciting comedy that had me laughing out loud over and over. My favorite scene, and the scene that really got me, is when Denny's brother, Tom (played by John Cusack), goes out to go buy weed. He's around 15, but he's just not able to get the materials for the money, so he has a friend (Tom Cruise) help him out. Denny gets ahold of a bottle, and gives Tom his money, just so he can go get it from the friend. Tom is so excited about his drug-addicted brother, and thinks it's gonna be great, so he goes out and buys it for him. However, there's a problem with the booze, and Denny's brother really doesn't want to be caught with the beer, and winds up going back home with his friend's bag of weed, giving them what they need to start a family. I also enjoyed the characters in the film, including "Rollin" the dog (played by Sean Patrick Thomas, a very well-played, "difficult" character, and played very well by Zach Galifianakis, a very well-played character) and Denny's older sister (played by an adorable, adorable Ana de Armas). Also, I really like the director, Brett Ratner. He knows how to capture the whole atmosphere and tone of a film, without really having any of the more serious aspects (like violence) thrown in. I thought he did a great job at making the film extremely funny, with an atmosphere that is very realistic. I think his direction is one of the best in recent years, and he really knew how to make his film flow with a lot of emotion and a lot of humor. I can't wait to see MILF again, as I don't think it will be the same after seeing it. 9/10

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