Knew nothing about this movie. Was on an international flight and had already seen everything they had on the menu. Very depressing. Guess that's what you get for having a movie addiction. So rather than binge on Aquamarine which could cause a normal film goer with a p*nis and a driver's license to vomit uncontrollably, I opted to go a safer route since I was trapped on a plane -- a little movie Russian roulette with something called After the Wedding.
F*ck! What have I done. A foreign film. It probably cost me fifteen bucks too. D*mn. Oh, no... orphanage, wedding, drama... what have I done. Well, at least it is rated R. But, no... I'm on a plane... they won't let any nudity on the screen. I'm doomed.
Well folks... to my complete surprise, this movie is full of them... surprises. To thumbnail, some uber liberal Danish guy is helping orphans in India and needs funding. He is magically presented with an angel investor opportunity but must return inconveniently to his homeland to get it. Turns out the business mogul, who represents everything in this world that our crunchy, studly, Dudley Do-Right version of Miss Hannigan (Mr. Mads Mikkelsen) despises, is willing to provide ample funding -- with strings attached. The movie is totally intense. I arrived safely at the ending and at LAX. Phew.
FilmBender is Funny Movie Reviews. Check out the trailer. It will peak your interest. If not, maybe the tween mermaid flick is more your speed.