Happy Endings

Happy Endings

  • Director: Don Roos
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Release date: July 29, 2005
  • Runtime: 2 hours 8 minutes
  • Sound mix: Dolby Digital, DTS
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35 : 1
  • Also known as: Finais felices
  • "Happy Endings" is a comedy thriller directed by Don Roos and starring Lisa Kudrow, Steve and others. The film was released in the United States on January 20, 2005.
    "Happy Endings" consists of three different stories, which are witty and intriguing. Mary ( Lisa Kudrow ) has been in a bit of a "trivia" lately because she's been blackmailed by someone in a big way . The blackmailer isn't a market guy, but an upright filmmaker, Kevin David Mitnick (Jesse Bradford). Kevin David Mitnick's "trump card" is to grasp the whereabouts of Mary's abandoned son many years ago, and his condition is to use the camera to record the scene of the mother and son reuniting many years later. At this point, another insider, Mary's masseuse boyfriend Javier (Bobby Cannavale), gets involved. It seems that there are not enough troubles, and the end of happiness is always far away...

    Details

    • Release date July 29, 2005
    • Filming locations Glendale, California, USA
    • Production companies Lions Gate Films, Capital Arts Entertainment

    Box office

    Gross US & Canada

    $1,315,701

    Opening weekend US & Canada

    $240,075

    Gross worldwide

    $1,682,206

    Movie reviews

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    • By Emmanuelle 2022-11-26 02:16:51

      [2007/1/8]

      I watched Happy Endings yesterday, and I wondered which expert left the message before. The movie is not like the American movie I thought, but it is very good. In short, it is fz. improvement. Lisa is too old, but still my favorite tone. That Jude is really good, but I don't like this kind of role, I'm too naive, I only judge people with love and hate. In fact, I don't know how long this movie has been in Digital Companion. I just wanted to find a movie to watch yesterday. I think these two...

    • By Rudy 2022-09-20 05:51:35

      There's always someone who doesn't need an ending

      In fact, whether the ending is happy and fulfilled, happiness is a subjective thing. With the light music and bright smile, it is always easy to see happiness. Although there are so many helplessness, we can all ignore it. Maybe the perfect ending only depends on whether you find happiness in helplessness in the end, or always pick out helplessness in happiness.
      Then we always think about life. Yes, it's like life, don't care anymore, no matter what, we can say it's ok and do our best....

    • By Laney 2022-09-19 11:41:42

      Drama, not just on the screen

              Maggie Gyllenhaal came to see this film for her. The first time I saw her unique smile was in "Mona Lisa's Smile". The girl who dared to love and admit it felt that she had some temperament Like Karen Mok, her smile is the most special and unforgettable.

             The characters in the three stories are connected with each other, and there is no clear clue, but they will not become troubles. The happy ending at the end makes people feel very comfortable.

             In...

    • By Scotty 2022-07-09 23:08:07

      Happy ending Happy.Endings.2005

      I watched this movie at first, and it was all about lisa kudrew (sorry for cox who also starred in another movie, anyway, I don't plan to watch horror movies by myself...), but halfway through I was attracted by another actress Maggie and Billy Joel and ran away... lisa is good, but it is still difficult to adapt to seeing phoebe's wrinkled face in middle age. (Also, Lisa, who is not Phoebe, really looks like Xiaoqing in New White Lady, and Joey is like Chow Yun-fat...) The...

    • By Lucie 2022-07-09 21:42:59

      "Happy Ending", let all troubles die

      I need to watch some comedy, so I choose to watch "Happy Ending", although the stumbling plot life is not very pleasant, but it will be very happy. The "old film" of 2005 is not a film dedicated to being funny, but it has the power to make you roll and laugh seriously from time to time, and the whole plot is smooth, playful and relaxed.
      The plot and character relationships are a bit convoluted, with three main lines, all relationships can be linked together. It starts with tracking...

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    • By Winston 2023-01-02 19:16:21

      I love it from the bottom of my heart, for no...

    • By Janiya 2023-01-02 07:29:16

      According to the secular point of view, the only one without a happy ending is Jude, but according to the way you are, every ending is happy, except for Gil. Do the two brothers and sisters of the Jerlenhaal family want to be so artistic and...

    • By Frances 2022-11-29 17:14:57

      How to choose when standing on the fork in life? In fact, whichever choice is the same in the end, it is a happy ending to string all these together, and it has nothing to do with gain or loss. At first, Maggie started singing love, but she still sang love at the end, but it became everyone's. Small life can move me far more than big scenes, emotional points...

    • By Friedrich 2022-11-06 09:02:44

      one fucking twisted movie. I like...

    • By Rebecca 2022-10-19 01:16:13

      I watched it three years ago, I forgot all about it, I just thought the name was good, I remember the subtitles on the right, I remember the screenshots, I remember that...

    Movie plot

    Charles the Great ( Steve ) is known for his homosexuality, and the handsome and burly Jill Valentine (David Sutcliffe) is his same-sex partner, and the two have been inseparable from each other for many years. Their mutual friends Pamela and Diane are like-minded lesbians, and the sisters had urged Jill Valentine to donate sperm, only to be opposed by the latter. However, the sensitive Charles the Great seems to be skeptical of this...
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    Director Profile

    The protagonists in Don Roos 's works are usually insincere, like to control others and usually succumb to the temptation of some sidelines, but these characters sincerely long for love and acceptance, which makes the characters seem fresh and infectious and more real. The works written and directed by Don Roos belong to the kind of lesser and more refined. After his debut in 1998, "The Opposite of Sex" (The Opposite of Sex) was well...
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    Actor Profile

    Lisa Kudrow was the first cast member to be cast, mainly because of the director's extra weight on her in the script. Like she was taken from the lab to the set without any initiative, like she accidentally bumped into famous talk show Host Conan O'Brien, like she stumbled into Friends "The crew, Lisa Kudrow's "accident" is always so enviable. In fact, the ten years of training and progress with "Friends" is the root of Lisa's praise...
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    The carnival of independent films, the expectation of the sundance film festival . In January, State of Utah 's "Park City", the 21st sundance film festival was held as scheduled. Avid movie fans, Hollywood dignitaries, mixed with the faces of many foreign filmmakers and journalists, Sundance's maverick approach always makes independent producers full of hope, a kind of jackpot-like fortune. hope. "Happy Endings" is fortunate to be the...
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    Movie quotes

    • [first lines]

      Charley: [chasing Mamie] Wait! Wait!

      Woman Driver: [hits Mamie] My God! Oh my God! Oh my God! I didn't see her! I didn't see her!

      Charley: Oh my God!

      Woman Driver: Oh my God, I'm so sorry, I didn't see her!

      Charley: Do you have a cell? Call 911!

      Woman Driver: Oh God.

      Passerby: Hey, is she all right?

      Charley: I don't know.

      Woman Driver: [on phone] 911? Yes, hurry, we need an ambulance quick.

      Title Card: She's not dead. / No one dies in this movie, not on-screen. It's a comedy, sort of.

    • Mamie: What kind of movies does this guy make?

      Jude: I don't know. He's an idiot. The kind idiots make, I guess.

    • Jude: Nothing comes off the money you're gonna get 30 years from now when your dad dies from too much sex. You don't have to call me mom - all the time.