The Intouchables

By cwexler
Written August 13, 2012
Very enjoyable. To some, subtitles might be a turn off, but after a while you forget all about it because the movie was so good. Not to be missed. The one hour and 50 some odd minutes, flew by!
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By courtneyrosenbloom
Written July 19, 2012
In 48 hours I had to brilliant people tell me I absolutely must see this movie, got two tickets right away and it was one of the best movies I've seen all year. Truly touching and FUNNY.. So good in fact, that I plan on buying the DVD.
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A gem!

By frascati
Written July 24, 2014
This movie will make you cry, laugh and think! It is based on a true story between two men from very different background. The acting is superb and you definitely find yourself thrown in a story of friendship and compassion. As far as I am concerned this is one of the best movies of 2012.
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One of the best "watches" this year

Written July 30, 2014
Part poignant, part feel good, part inspirational, and definitely funny... This is well acted and deserves the reviews it is getting overseas. I hope it get into more theatres here in the city. This is a much better flick than most of the drivel that plays in most theatres.
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Count Me "In"

By IWantMyMoneysWorth
Written September 07, 2012
If you find yourself yearning for a break from the unimaginative and predictable Hollywood formula (weak or non-existent screenplay propped up by gratuitous sex/violence/bad language all of which is smeared against the obligatory backdrop of computer generated images, stunts, and special effects), then treat yourself to this simple little gem. Excellent story-telling/screenplay, dialog, and pacing all supported by a terrific role-inhabiting ensemble who play out the humor, pathos and, most importantly, the hope and spirit of this well-crafted movie. Special bonus: the eclectically exquisite soundtrack, and as the credits roll, the brief 8mm image of the two men the movie was based on.
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