Delightfully old-school on the animation side, but too old-fashioned on the story side.
Solid if rather classically corny story underperformed in Gaul, though the dudes should find takers in mostly Francophone markets.
When a mom and her daughter fall for the same guy, the result is plenty of ooh-la-las but few actual laughs in "Beautiful Lies."
English-language jazz dramedy "Lullaby for Pi" is a song we've heard way too many times before.
Only in France would they try to teach philosophy to nursery school kids, but that doesn't necessarily make for a thought-provoking experience.
A group of twentysomethings take a walk down "Memory Lane" and head straight into a cinematic brick wall.
A heartfelt if somewhat simplistic coming-of-ager.
The employees of a French lingerie factory take the plunge into managing the business themselves in "Into Our Hands."