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We’ll Never Have Paris YTS
2014
Action / Comedy / Romance
10
4.6/10
3.8K
1 hr 32 min

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Plot Summary:
Quinn, a neurotic man, is diagnosed with a harmless eye condition and soon after his life spirals out of control. He second-guesses his plans to propose to his longtime girlfriend, Devon, after his beautiful coworker, Kelsey, confesses that she has a crush on him. After a conversation with his best friend, Jameson, he clumsily tries to explain his doubts to Devon, but his possible proposal turns into a break-up. When Devon flees to Paris, he follows her in a last-ditch effort to win back “the one.”
Director
Simon Helberg
Top Cast
Ebon Moss-Bachrach as Guillaume

Melanie Lynskey as Devon

Maggie Grace as Kelsey

Jason Ritter as Kurt


We’ll Never Have Paris 2014 720p.BluRay

754.11 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
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We’ll Never Have Paris 2014 1080p.BluRay

1.44 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 32 min
Seeds 2.

We’ll Never Have Paris review

Reviewed by lavatch

1 / 10

The Comedy That Feels Like It Will Never End
“We’ll Never Have Paris” was aspiring to be an old-fashioned romantic comedy that is often called “screwball” comedy. Unfortunately, the film wasn’t funny, and the main problem was the lack of chemistry between the two romantic leads.

From the outset, Quinn and Devon seemed completely incompatible. He was a shy jazz musician and florist. She was a university professor. Quinn’s main problem was getting up the gumption to propose to Devon. They were high school sweethearts who have now lived together for years. Yet through it all, they apparently have never discussed the topic of marriage. The filmmakers fail to squeeze any comic mileage out of this stupid situation.

The film begins with Quinn being diagnosed with an eye condition. But Quinn’s problems go well beyond his eyes. He is a terrible communicator and is always putting his foot in his mouth. As Devon observes, “Your idea of self-deprecation is everybody else’s idea of narcissism.”

Apart from Devon’s snappy line above, the dialogue was not very humorous. There was even a tacky joke made about 9/11. Devon’s love of Flaubert and sophisticated culture made her a perfect fit for the French violinist Guillaume, whom she meets in Paris.

The characters in this film were poorly developed, serving as placeholders rather than actual human beings. For example, in Quinn’s brief romance with Kelsey, it was never clear what exactly Kelsey, Quinn’s co-worker in the flower shop, ever saw in Quinn to try to disrupt his relationship with Devon.

Devon’s attempt to escape to Paris is thwarted when Quinn follows her to try to “win her back.” But was never clear how Quinn actually does win Devon back. There was no attempt to portray the aftermath of the Paris scenes and why Devon did not marry Guillaume.

Overall, the film was embarrassing as a comedy, as the jokes were flat, the situations were implausible, and the characters never really connected. Yet, somehow, this film was “inspired by real events.” In the making of “We’ll Never Have Paris,” something went terribly wrong in the translation of life into art.Read More

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