It definitely has a romantic subplot to it, but if the trailers are to be believed it'll be no more pervasive than the subplots in Gravity, or Interstellar, or Arrival, and I liked all of them as "guy films" just fine.
If the trailers aren't to be believed then they've done an awful job of marketing the film because they've really made it look like 5 parts suspense, 4 parts action and 1 part lovey dovey. At any rate my mum and sister saw the trailer and were both instantly turned off and refused to come to see it. They're both going to go to see a genuine chick flick instead.
One of the best (funniest and most heart warming) movies I've ever seen was the French film Les Intouchables.Chocolat (ita french so calm yourself)
Agreed. The writing really made the audience feel for Chocolat and captures turn of the century france so damn wellOne of the best (funniest and most heart warming) movies I've ever seen was the French film Les Intouchables.
It's in that category of top 10 movies I wish I had never seen so that I could still experience them for the first time.
Just come out from seeing it. I know why it got bad reviews but it was far more because it didn't try anything new. The "lovey dovey" element wasn't at all 'rapey' - that's just overdramatising - it just involved a dickish element to it: one which any sane person watching the film would surely never make but honestly I can picture a guy who's been stuck in space with no real social interaction to keep him in a healthy state of mind making. Won't say any more as obviously anyone who might watch should get that chance to see it fresh.Haven't seen it but the reviews which are mostly negative seem to indicate that there is a creepy stalker or even borderline rapey element to what they try to pass off as "lovey dovey" stuff.