French Kiss


Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance

Plot summary

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Top cast

Meg Ryan Photo
Meg Ryan as Kate
Jean Reno Photo
Jean Reno as Inspector Jean-Paul Cardon
Kevin Kline Photo
Kevin Kline as Luc Teyssier
Timothy Hutton Photo
Timothy Hutton as Charlie
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938.09 MB
Turkish 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 51 min
P/S 2 / 9
1.77 GB
Turkish 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 51 min
P/S 0 / 13

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by insomniac_rod9 / 10

Funny, romantic, clever. One of the best of it's kind.

A fantastic romantic comedy that will truly satisfy fans of this sub-genre. I really liked the movie because I expected a light comedy with a solid, clever plot and charismatic performance. To date this may be my favorite romantic comedy.

I've seen it many times and all I can say is that I can recommend it for those who enjoy funny, witty, and entertaining romantic comedies.

Also, if you are a fan of Meg Ryan you might enjoy this movie a lot. Jean Renó steals the show with his excellent performance.

A movie that shouldn't be missed for those who watch occasionally a romantic comedy.

Among the best romantic comedies of the 90's; if not the best.

Reviewed by MartinHafer6 / 10

A pleasant and diverting romance provided your expectations aren't too high

Timothy Hutton wants to take his fiancée, Meg Ryan, with him on a trip to Paris. However, she's deathly afraid to fly and refuses to go. Unfortunately, shortly after he arrives, he meets and falls in love with another woman. When Ryan finds out, she forces herself to board a plane and goes to Paris--with the intention of getting Hutton back. Along the way, she meets up with a fast-talking crook, Kevin Kline, and her plans don't go exactly as she expected.

It's hard to love the movie FRENCH KISS, though it is a diverting little romantic-comedy. The reason is that although the movie does a great job of setting the right romantic mood, the characters are so flawed that the whole package just doesn't make sense. Now if you can turn off your brain and not think about the plot and character holes, you'll no doubt enjoy the film much more.

So what is it, exactly, that I didn't like? Well, it was really very tough to like the characters. To begin with, Kline was a habitually lying thief. Then, Ryan was so neurotic and so needy that you wondered what man would want her. After all, the man who was engaged to her dumps her and yet she goes to Paris to beg him to return! What a wiener!! As for Hutton, he was a total slug....period. And for his new girlfriend, she was no better.

Despite all this, there is lots of lovely music, nice scenery and Kevin Kline did an amazing job playing a French man, though I do wonder why they just didn't have the supporting actor, Jean Reno, play the part. After all, he is French and is quite the leading man in France. But no matter. This is pleasant and undemanding fare--nothing more and nothing less.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle5 / 10

hate fake french accent, sometimes funny

Kate (Meg Ryan) is a careful history teacher in Toronto and deadly fearful of flying. Her fiancé Charlie (Timothy Hutton) is going to Paris and she won't go with him. She's waiting for her Canadian citizenship. Kate has created lots of plans like buying a house and Charlie is uncertain. Then he drunkenly calls about falling in love with French goddess Juliette. She nervously flies and then bombastic French thief Luc Teyssier (Kevin Kline) sits next to her. He takes her mind off of flying. He hides a stolen necklace and smuggled grape vine in her bag to go through customs. His friend Inspector Jean-Paul Cardon (Jean Reno) insists on giving him a ride. She goes to ambush Charlie at his hotel. Her bag is stolen when she faints after seeing Charlie kissing Juliette.

A flustered Meg Ryan is fun. A fake French Kevin Kline is not. The fake French accent gets annoying. She has a short haircut and her character at the start doesn't fit. Their chemistry is not quite right but it is still Meg Ryan with Kevin Kline. They are apart too much but they have some fun moments together. Meg Ryan maintains her adorable quotient with a bit too much wackiness. The humor is a bit too broad. I don't know how to feel about Ryan saying she will triumph while in front of the Arch de Triumph. It is certainly not subtle but it's not actually smart. The slapstick is broad and sometimes funny.

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