What I didn't understand was the reason why she has to do two brief, totally superfluous nude scenes. Pink Bikini 42 Pics: Blue Polkadot 54 Pics: Plaid Skirt 54 Pics: Yellow 47 Pics: Booty Shorts 50 Pics: Blue Sheer Dress 59 Pics: Purple Dress 51 Pics: Bikini Model. Schweiger needs to rediscover the sweet emotionality of his previous film and disregard the rank superficiality of this film. On top of his know-it-all manner he used to bully that same girl big time all the way through grade school. Don't miss this gem and book a flight to Berlin to see it it's your dollars well spent.
I gotta admit, up till now I have neither been a big fan of Til Schweiger nor of German movies in general. Ludo and Anna know each other from back in primary school, when he used to bully her with the rest of the more attractive children because of her braces and her glasses. I find Nora Tschirner quite beautiful and the soundtrack used in the film is simply amazing. Especially the last third is more than lame.
I enjoyed this film very much and I can only recommend it to almost anybody, but it really has some flaws that keep gnawing on your mind when you leave the Theater. Even though I am a fan of predictable and cheesy romantic comedies. What a pity that we Germans cannot convert that as well as the western colleagues: boring Slapstick inserts, that aren't even funny and oh so romantic Scenes, after which surely every eye might remain dust dry. The plot is obvious from the start and the female dorky character could be cute in real life but at this point we've seen it too many times in cinema.
Admit it, you threw out a scene here that would have explained this, right? Til Schweiger again plays a cynical guy who seems to immune to love or affection. But didn't get better so i didn't make it through it again. Rick Kavanian - angry boss. Ludo finds his redemption being surrounded by enamoured toddlers while Anna falls deeply into a void of self-esteem, which is to say into the arms of the obliviously receptive Ludo.
It is by no means a huge focus or an extended part of the film, but just something to consider based on the audience you may be showing to. You could transplant everything here from a Frankfurt to New York setting while a Matthew McConaughey could easily play Schweiger's dapper hunk and a Sandra Bullock could slot in as his female co-star Nora Tschirner the latter being a dead ringer for the Hollywood star. The spectator gets bombarded with disgusting Sex gossip with alleged truths over Sexual intercourse that every child knows, bed scenes that are off-turning and exaggerated nakedness. She doesn't even change for the red carpet. Ludo Til Schweiger is a hotshot tabloid journalist and a serial one- night-stander, before he is sentenced to 300 hours of social service in a Kindergarten. Saving the world - if necessary.
Also the scenes with Jürgen Vogel were hilarious. Was it Sarah Silverman boob job? Das Spiel ist geradezu ein Paradebeispiel für eine zwar potenziell geniale aber letztlich geradezu dämliche Storyline. I really enjoyed the movie despite knowing the outcome before I saw it. Der Spieler werde zwar mitgerissen, erlebe starke Emotionen wie Angst oder Wut. Nora Tschirner und Christian Ulmen. Jordan was full of enthusiasm spreading her legs and getting her shaved pink pussy toyed in front of Camera.
It seemed totally uncalled for and made me cover my eyes while recoiling in not serious way. It is funny enough that you won't suffer. Fiel mir gerade so ein. I think that was the heroine who was able to become worlds most known female computer game character, as she was different than any other.
I can finally day I love and respect myself and plan to make that a life long journey of self discovery. What a hideous display of conceit on the part of T. For her character Anna, it's a Cinderella story minus the ball gown. So far the starting constellation. And this movie was a very pleasant surprise unlike most of the German productions. Till, he messes up and gets 300 hours of community service at a local day-care facility run by an ex-classmate, the frumpily attractive Anna played by Tschirner who still harbours an improbable resentment of Ludo and his teasing over 20 years ago.