George Clooney and Julia Roberts may want a refund on this Ticket to Paradise.

(From left) All Parker’s <낙원으로 가는 티켓>in George Clooney and Julia Roberts. <천국으로 가는 티켓>It will be easy to shrug your shoulders with something soft and airy that flows smoothly. Stuck in a hotel with a basic cable. But you will not find such a conspiracy here. The film smells, it smells real, and it’s even more disappointing to have a component that would be a winner. The last of any kind of Hollywood A-lister George Clooney and Julia Roberts is the estranged couple David and Georgia. We’ve seen him thump a construction site in a hard hat and he’s an architect or something because it’s unlikely he’s tying up steel. We see Georgia in her huge LA gallery mocking the contemporary art she sells. (“I think it’s upside down,” she says. I think I’ve seen similar gags on the Flintstones.) The point is that both are very successful, but we’ve never seen them talk about their work and we have the time. no see. It disappears for a while without check-in or meeting etc. I can barely do it and I write about movies on the internet. My God, it’s one step below dog catcher.Read More Their daughter Lily (Kaitlyn Dever) had just graduated from law school as a gift to herself before starting work. In a big company, she takes her best friend Wren (Billie Lourd) to Bali. (Wren has a huge supply of condoms of different colors.) While there, Lily is enchanted by a hunky algae farmer (occurring!) named Gede (Maxime Bouttier), who soon sends a message to her parents. David and Georgia really can’t stand being in one room, but they’ll fly to Bali and try to understand her daughter. They strategize to seem cool about their decisions, but sow seeds of doubt. Continuing the story There’s nothing like fertile ground for a good old-fashioned screwball comedy about this. The problem is that director Ol Parker, who wrote the screenplay with Daniel Pipsky, seems completely allergic to jokes. Bring your microscope to the Ticket to Paradise screening and report back if you find something interesting. Is Dever yelling “Dad, you’re embarrassing me!!”? Was the C+C Music Factory considered humor while Clooney grabbed her mug and shook her ass? For those who have given up on film, that may be the case, but Clooney is already well established and has comedy, but there’s so much you can do without writing. He outlines his voice and smirks, stroking his head to apply as many turns as possible to the barbs and witty horse, but after about ten minutes it gets boring. His whining towards his ex-wife eventually paints him as an idiot who doesn’t like him. Roberts’ rich innate charisma is unfortunately lost when she portrays another wealthy white woman in her paradise. why? Well, he seems to be dedicated to the gentle life of harvesting seaweed in a handsome and very photogenic place. He also loves her madly but is much less motivated by her. She should know that college graduates who are utterly bored and on vacation come by bus. Yes? There is nothing that stands out about her about her. After all, Billie Lourd’s character is ten times more characterful (and wears more flashy dresses). It feels as if someone sketched “I’m in love” on the first draft of this scenario and never refilled it. Paradise Tickets | Official Trailer [HD]Ticket to Paradise’s Bali is a joke. Much of the film takes place in a luxurious resort, with the exception of an engagement party hosted by Reggie’s extended family. Here we see a superficial aspect of Balinese culture that can only be found on the beach. We don’t see real life. No one goes to the grocery store in this movie. There is no depth other than that everyone is holy. Here we had the opportunity to dig into the fascinating culture (Google “Balinese monkey chant”) and present it against the modern day, but we got nothing. And while it’s clear that David and Georgia (and us, the audience) will ultimately support this marriage, no one tries to ask basic questions. What is she going to do there? Her career plan changed from legal to “talking”. Can a couple live with only love and seaweed? Ticket to Paradise has already been released in Europe and is doing quite well, but this year, Lost City is on the rise with a slightly higher concept (and entertainment) and comedy with A-grade stars. Age can still attract people to the theater. The location photos in this one are definitely delightful (each character has its own “I’ve never seen anything better than this” moment). So the fault here is really in the writing and directing. It’s as if we made this film about the joy everyone feels when they go on vacation.
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