Fly Me to the Moon

Fly Me to the Moon

Fly Me to the Moon

French romantic comedy - set across France, Africa and Russia - with Diane Kruger (Inglourious Basterds) and Danny Boon (Welcome to the Sticks), from the director 2010 hit Heartbreaker. In Isabelle's (Kruger) family, every first marriage has ended in divorce. To circumvent the curse Isabelle devises a plan; marry and divorce a complete stranger (Boon) before wedding her faultless fiancé Pierre (Robert Plagnol).

She targets Jean-Yves, an adventurous travel writer whom she tries to manipulate with her powers of seduction. A series of misadventures beset them as they take on Africa and then Moscow in whirlwind succession, breaking Isabelle away from her routine existence.

2012Rating: M, Coarse language and sexual references104 minsFranceFrench with English subtitles
AdventureComedyWorld Cinema
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Variety

Variety

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Has a curse conceit that audiences will have to buy into, though here screenwriters niftily present their yarn as a potentially tall tale told at a dinner party.

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Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

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Pleasantly decent picture has a clipped, farcical energy.

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Screen Daily

Screen Daily

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A promising premise and five or six genuinely funny gags plus the acting chops of Diane Kruger and Dany Boon aren’t enough to make [this] a satisfying comedy.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

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Uneven follow-up to Heartbreaker offers a similar pitch but significantly less laughs.

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Variety

Variety

press

Has a curse conceit that audiences will have to buy into, though here screenwriters niftily present their yarn as a potentially tall tale told at a dinner party.

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Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

press

Pleasantly decent picture has a clipped, farcical energy.

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Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

A promising premise and five or six genuinely funny gags plus the acting chops of Diane Kruger and Dany Boon aren’t enough to make [this] a satisfying comedy.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Uneven follow-up to Heartbreaker offers a similar pitch but significantly less laughs.

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