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Best flick of the year to date...."Intouchables"

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Perhaps this belongs in the lounge, but I don't care to go there. i tagged it France...it takes place entirely in France, Paris and the Channel coast.

In my Hollywood opinion, it is a so-called "must-see"....it will squeeze every emotion out of you. The screen will give you humor, pathos, story line, drama,, poignancy, superb acting performances by the entre cast ( especially the two leads)...you will laugh, grin, choke-up, tear-up, and want to stand up and cheer at the end...I did, along with many of the other movie- goers. It's enirely in French (subtitles) with a smattering of African dialects...the eclectic soundtrack is enough to make you tap your tootsies. You will see the two leads again at award time.

I know it's playing in many of America's larger cities..when it will reach the heartland, I don't know. If you have to drive a goodly distance to see it, don't balk.for a moment.
It has been a huge success in many other nations to date. so Fodorites from many other countries will have an opportunity to see it.

I see about 50 movies a year and I couldn't wait to get home to post this. Enjoy it!

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