"Did You Hear the Rain?" is the debut single by British singer-songwriter George Ezra. It was released as the lead single from his debut studio album Wanted on. I was wasting up your time. Oh, now you're wasting mine. You put me back in line . And I'm counting every link. And I guess you think that's fine. Did you hear the. Did you hear: seems to apply authenticity and directly asking them, did you? Where as have you heard is little polite, I would say. Both are used.
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I recommend giving this movie a chance!! I have no idea why this movie got so many bad reviews. Take it for what it is! It's a light hearted, funny, entertaining movie made for you to laugh and have a good time. This movie touched on real issues that people actually may go through in a marriage.
At times it really made you wonder about how tough marriages can get, and how to get through that and find the love again. And i think people who are married can really appreciate that side of the story line.
There was great timing from the main cast, SJP and HG knows how to deliver their lines and are great at their parts. Some of the one liners are hilarious, sure there were many corny parts, but c'mon it's a rom-com! Did you really expect Oscar winning directing, script and performance? I really enjoyed this movie over all for that it is. And my guy friend who i watched it with enjoyed it as well. If you're looking for a light comedy to take your mind off a hard day's work, you'll enjoy this one, I know I did.
SwedishTigerGrrrl 12 March I really don't understand why this movie has such a low rating. The people who's been voting must have had sky high expectations? It isn't that bad, really it isn't. I considered if I should see it or not, after seeing the rating 3. Of course I was discouraged by it, but I needed a movie in the background this morning while I did some other things, and thought this was perfect, since it didn't need my full attention. But I ended up ignoring my chores, giving the movie my attention anyway.
Because it wasn't bad. It was what I expected even better, considering the rating. A predictable romantic comedy. Sarah Jessica Parker did okay in acting too. The movie didn't make me roll on the floor laughing, but it did make me smile a couple of times.
And sometimes all you need is a feel-good-movie without any deep conflicts, and with an end you can foresee. So I really, really, really don't understand why people have been trashing this movie in particular. Give it a chance, at least. The trailer editor of the movie is amazing, he fouled me into thinking this is an unoriginal but funny holiday comedy.
The pace was too slow, it can be easily cut off 30 minutes. All the gigs are old and not funny. The two about bear and horse are OK, but even those two are not funny in the movie with bad begin or end lines. The movie is so bad that during the last hour I actually wanted the killer won and kill both of the Morgans. Jal 17 January I don't know why there are so many negative reviews for "Did you hear about the Morgans?
We were all laughing throughout it. We expected it to be a light-hearted romantic comedy and the movie was. Many posters state there was no chemistry between Hugh Grant and Sarah Jessica Parker but we did not find that to be the case.
We enjoyed their screen relationship and felt empathy for the characters they were playing. Sam Elliot and Mary Steenbergen are seasoned professionals and did a great job playing their roles. If you are wary about wasting money on this movie, wait for it to show up on Redbox and rent it for a dollar. My dear old friend sent the CD to me, sick and lonely flue patient, as she knows I used to fancy Grant. I was not prepared for this. The plot is so generic one can predict every other scene or line.
Jokes are second-hand, too. In fact, everything in this film is second hand. I had no hopes for SJP as an actress after SATC movies' disaster except discovering how much scarier the woman can get in a relatively short time, but Hugh just killed me with his wooden awkward performance. I think he or rather his agents must realize he's past those adorable insecure English guys and irresistible cads.
You're not there anymore, mate! It is absolutely obvious he can act other parts, like I loved American Dreamz though not only for him. Actually he'd be amazing in a role that brings out the slightly sinister side you can smell just looking at him.
Time to stop charming and start acting. Unimaginably inventive in its narrative, this movie provides a rather unique and laugh-out-loud experience worth taking in a theater near you. This movie would not have worked without the chemistry between its star- studded cast.
Hugh Grant hasn't given out a performance much like this since "Nine Months," and Sarah Jessica Parker has never been better. Exceptional romantic comedies, or movies in general, usually tend to boast good scripts, and this movie is no exception.
The movies flows from one plot point to the next, with remarkable ease. I will not spoil the movie for you any further, and will leave my dear readers with one note: You will surely NOT be disappointed.
Nothing worth caring about. Quite frankly, I figured this movie would be a "template And the English ponce, parading as an actor is the worst. He's a sniveling, unmanly and dreadfully unfunny actor as can be. What's worse, is that the people who put this foolishness to film should be road out on a rail for such garbage. I've already said my peace about this movie I actually sat through, but the comment below says it's not ready yet. So, I'll keep typing for a while longer Okay, so if it's ten lines you want then, ten lines you're going to get.
I should've went further a field and went to see "Boondock Saints. BTW, did I mention that 'Morgans' does not deserve to be seen in theaters? Just got back from the cinema. My family went out to see this just from the advertisements and we had a great time. The theater was packed, every seat full and we didn't stop laughing the whole way through. Are some of the gags corny? Probably, but they're funny and my family has a hard time agreeing on what's funny.
I'm really not sure why this film is getting such a bad rating, it's a good night out. I'm no expert on films and how the actors should be doing their bit, I'm just a girl who likes to see movies and this is one I recommend to anyone after a harmless night out and isn't interested in those films that make a mockery of all the blockbusters or the shoot'em up action thrillers. Take the family, laugh and have a good time! I wish they had the script. The Morgans move from NYC in a witness protection plan.
The bad guy they saw murder is after them. Certainly not a thriller movie, there is something pleasant about this romantic comedy, both from its charismatic actors Hugh Grant as Paul Morgan and Sarah Jessica Parker as Meryl Morgan and the leisurely pace set by Sam Elliott and Mary Steenburgen, both actors born to swagger in jeans and holstered guns.
Their laid back, married law officers is the balm to salve the critical inclination to dismiss the movie as inconsequential. As a happily married but not complacent couple, they are the paradigm most romances look to capture for the secret of marital success. That success is the center of the film's thematic purpose, no simpler than confirming the importance of communication and accepting mistakes like infidelity as human.
Grant and Parker are engaging enough to carry off this thin comedy, but they have weak dialogue to work with. While they may never be Clark Gable and Carole Lombard, I wish they had the script to put them in contention. It would be pleasant as well to have Judd Apatow try this marriage business. NickClark 3 January This film is terrible. The plot is slightly rusty, but works in a loose and light hearted way. That is the best aspect of it, everything else is terrible!
The acting is shocking, the extras vomit out the lines as if they have never spoken before, and Hugh Grant and Sarah Parker seem as if they are reading the script for the first time. Nothing about it works. If you are a middle aged woman that is not an avid cinema goer or film watcher, so has no concept of acting or how shabby this film is compared to so many other, this film is probably for you, as they seemed to be the only people laughing when we were in there.
Forget the Morgans and this flop movie. A couple with marital problems witness a murder and are dispatched to Wyoming some place to hide out in the witness protection program. What a cute premise for a rom-com: Every comedy should predicate its humor on murder and stalking. Sarah Jessica Parker and Hugh Grant are the couple who reconstruct their love on the foundation of a violent death, and their acting is even more abysmal than expected.
Parker emotes as well as a tumble weed, and Grant's same old tiresome "Ain't I just soooo debonair? The chemistry between them is as inert as decomposing lead. Sam Elliot, as the easy-going bumpkin sheriff that shelters the couple, is about the only plus of this movie. He deserves special praise when you consider he had to work with Parker, Grant, and the snot-nosed Mary Steenburgen.
Listening to her droning, nasally, whiny noise can lead to insanity. Try to imagine an off-key air raid siren that won't shut off: As for the plot of this thing, it goes nowhere, has few funny lines, and means nothing.
May the Morgans disappear and never be heard from again. What did you expect to see, Anna Karenina? It isn't supposed to contain any great revelations into the human spirit. It's just a movie meant to entertain you, and it entertained me. I loved all the characters. How about Kim Shaw as Nurse Kelly who was also the waitress in the towns only restaurant and the assistant Fire Chief?
She played the dumb blond to perfection. I had to laugh at the scene where Elizabeth said "he's just leaving" as she practically threw Jesse out of her office, and the scene where they were dining and she said "my God, you're a scared little man" and ended up tasering him. I guess I'm just not sophisticated enough to appreciate how bad it all was. Mary Steenbergen is one of my all time favorite actresses, and Sam Elliot is never disappointing.
They were made for their roles as a Marshall and deputy Sheriff, or whatever Mary was a deputy of. I got a kick out of the scene where she is splitting logs that have been pre-split and at one time when she picked one of them up it wobbled, clearly showing that it was already split, and it was equally clear from watching Sam milking the cow that he had never done that before.
A real milker can keep a steady flow of milk pouring into the bucket. I thought Sarah Parker played her role as a sweet and lovable career woman with marital problems exactly right. That's what actors do, they play roles, ones that are realistic and ones that are not. Hugh Grant just played his usual quirky Englishman that has endeared him to millions of fans all over the world.
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