What Each Character Of ‘Friends’ Would Earn In 2019 Betches — AllAbout


There are few things in life considered timeless, among them are The Beatles, red lipstick, and, of course, Friends. Seriously, that show kept me alive during my junior semester abroad in a city that’s tied for least things to do and worst food. If you’re ever in Spain, be sure to not visit to Salamanca.


 

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SCENES DE MENAGES


ScÚnes de ménages est un sitcom français , relatant des séquences de vie au quotidien de plusieurs ménages.

 

Les ménages sont divers et assez fantasques souvent.

Des couples de tous les ùges, de toutes catégories sociales et culturelles.

De quoi brasser relativement large entre les couples vivant en zone urbaine

Et ceux vivant en zone rurale.

ScÚnes de ménages

ScÚnes de ménages

 

 

Les séniors de la série : Huguette et Raymond.

Leur trait principal (commun ) qui les caractĂ©rise : Le scinisme ( sympa), la mĂ©chancetĂ© gratuite envers leurs voisins, envers leurs entourage  et mĂȘme entre eux.

Raymond : Gendarme Ă  la retraite s’ennuie. Huguette, son Ă©pouse : Femme au foyer passe son temps Ă  taquiner son mari ( et rĂ©ciproquement)

Huguette est une fan inconditionnelle d’un chanteur : Michael François.

Huguette & Raymond ont une fille : Caroline.  Fille pour laquelle, ils n’ont aucun sentiment, pire, c’est presque de la destestation et moquerie qu’ils expriment lorsqu’ils parlent d’elle.

 

José et Liliane :

 

Un couple Quinquagénaire. Liliane est esthéticienne. José Fonctionnaire à la mairie.

Les premiĂšres saisons, Liliane poussait fortement son mari Ă  se prĂ©senter aux Ă©lections municipales.  Les campagnes et promos organisĂ©es par Liliane . L’impression ( et c’est la rĂ©alitĂ© ) que JosĂ© se prĂ©sente en candidat aux Ă©lections en tant que maire parce que c’est Liliane qui le veut.

En fait, nous voyons Liliane gérer toute sa campagne électorale ; José suivant sagement pas convaincu et pas réellement intéressé par le poste.

Le slogan de la campagne électorale : Osez José

Sa passion : Le foot. Assez paresseux, il ne rate aucune occasion pour rentrer plus tÎt à la maison. Son épouse le pousse assez souvent de repartir travailler.

Ils ont un enfant : Manu. Le point faible de Liliane. Manu qui vit en chine pour son boulot.

La plupart du temps, JosĂ© , gauche et maladroit blesse ses amis aussi bien que sa femme sans pour autant rĂ©aliser l’impact de ses paroles et gestes.

 

Cédric et Marion :  Un couple fantasque

 

Cédric, gestionnaire, salarié durant les premiers épisodes. Par la suite, il va connaitre le chÎmage. Radin,

En revanche, sa compagne ( qui devient son Ă©pouse par la suite) s’auto proclame « femme d’affaires » et recrute des stagiaires Ă  la pelle qu’elle (mal)traite comme des soldats Ă  sa disposition.

CĂ©dric et Marion se considĂšrent trĂšs beaux, trĂšs intelligents et pensent que les autres les jalousent. (ce qui n’est nullement le cas : quant Ă  l’intelligence notamment )

 

Fabien et Emma : Le couple citadin qui a dĂ©cidĂ© de s’installer Ă  la campagne.

 

Emma :bricoleuse au caractĂšre assez “cash”.

D’ailleurs, elle occupe un poste chez Bricoflex. CĂŽtĂ© culture, ce n’est pas son fort. MĂȘme si parfois elle essaie de faire des efforts pour donner la rĂ©plique Ă  son conjoint.

Justement Fabien : Fier d’ĂȘtre professeur « agrĂ©gé ». Il n’est mĂȘme pas bricoleur du dimanche. Plus posĂ©, il lui arrive souvent d’agir bizarrement notamment lorsqu’il s’agit de combattre ses peurs et phobies. Peur de  tout.  Il suffit qu’il visionne un film d’horreur en soirĂ©e  et ce,  «  malgrĂ© lui », c’est parti pour une nuit blanche.

Ils ont transformĂ© leur maison en maison d’hĂŽte ( ou gĂźte ) mais Ă©tant amateurs dans ce domaine, ce n’est pas trop leur fort « la fidĂ©lisation des clients »

 

 

Philippe et Camille 

Philippe est Pharmacien. Bourgeois  à la tĂȘte de sa pharmacie qui engendre des recettes Ă©normes. Philippe ne s’en cache pas. Il rĂ©pĂšte Ă  qui veut qu’il est pharmacien. Il considĂšre qu’il a rĂ©ussi sa vie « puisqu’il est pharmacien » . Beaucoup plus ĂągĂ© que Camille , Philippe vit dans l’angoisse que Camille le quitte. A cause de son  Ăąge justement

 

Philippe a 2 enfants issus d’une premiùre union avec Isabelle : Ulysse et Camille.

Ulysse paresseux et vivant aux crochets de son pĂšre.

Camille : Professeur de Yoga. Assez ouverte ( voire trop parfois ). Elle reprend ses histoires amoureuses  de nombreuses fois durant ses conversations avec ses invités. Ce qui choque et fait peur à Philippe.

A prĂ©ciser que Camille essaie d’imposer Ă  Philippe un rĂ©gime alimentaire drastique.

 

Léo et Leslie : Le couple Geek 

 

Lelo et Leslie ScÚnes de ménages

Lelo et Leslie ScÚnes de ménages

C’est le dernier nĂ© des couples de « scĂšnes de mĂ©nages » : Ils viennent remplacer le duo ( Marion et Fabien )

Léo et Leslie sont un couple assez « nerd » (geek ) passionnés de nouvelles technologies.

 

Photos : M6, Le parisien, Google, programme tv, antenne rĂ©union, Paris Match, Ouest France etc… diverses autres sources.

Article : Satellite Team.

 

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AMERICAN GRAFFITI


American Graffiti is a 1973 American coming-of-age comedy-drama film directed and co-written by George Lucas starring Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard, Paul Le Mat, Harrison Ford, Charles Martin Smith, Cindy Williams, Candy Clark, Mackenzie Phillips, Bo Hopkins, and Wolfman Jack. Suzanne Somers and Joe Spano also appear in the film.

 

Set in Modesto, California in 1962, the film is a study of the cruising and rock and roll cultures popular among the post–World War II baby boom generation. The film is told in a series of vignettes, telling the story of a group of teenagers and their adventures over a single night.

The genesis of American Graffiti was in Lucas‘ own teenage years in early 1960s Modesto. He was unsuccessful in pitching the concept to financiers and distributors but found favor at Universal Pictures after United Artists, 20th Century Fox, Columbia Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Warner Bros., and Paramount Pictures turned him down. Filming was initially set to take place in San Rafael, California, but the production crew was denied permission to shoot beyond a second day.

 

American Graffiti premiered on August 2, 1973 at the Locarno International Film Festival in Switzerland and was released on August 11, 1973 in the United States. The film received widespread critical acclaim and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture. Produced on a $777,000 budget, it has become one of the most profitable films of all time. Since its initial release, American Graffiti has garnered an estimated return of well over $200 million in box office gross and home video sales, not including merchandising. In 1995, the United States Library of Congress deemed the film “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant” and selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry.

 

In early September 1962 in Modesto, California, on the last evening of summer vacation, recent high school graduates and longtime friends, Curt Henderson and Steve Bolander, meet John Milner, the drag-racing king of the town, and Terry “The Toad” Fields in the parking lot of the local Mel’s Drive-In diner. Curt and Steve are scheduled to travel the next morning to Northeastern United States to start college. Despite receiving a $2,000 scholarship from the local Moose Lodge, Curt has second thoughts about leaving Modesto. Steve gives Toad his 1958 Chevrolet Impala to watch while he’s away at college until he returns at Christmas. Steve’s girlfriend, Laurie, who is also Curt’s sister, arrives in her car. Steve suggests to Laurie, who is already glum about him going to college, that they see other people while he is away in order to “strengthen” their relationship. Though not openly upset, she is displeased with his proposal which affects their interactions the rest of the evening.

 

Curt accompanies Steve, last year’s high school student class president, and Laurie, the current head cheerleader, to the back-to-high-school sock hop. In one story line, Curt is desperate to find a beautiful blonde girl driving a white 1956 Ford Thunderbird that he sees en route to the dance: at a stoplight, she appears to say “I love you” before disappearing around the corner. After leaving the hop, Curt is coerced by a group of greasers (“The Pharaohs”) to participate in an initiation rite that involves hooking a chain to a police car and ripping out its back axle. The Pharaohs tell Curt that “The Blonde” is a trophy wife or prostitute, but he refuses to believe either.

Determined to get a message to the blonde girl, Curt drives to the local radio station to ask DJ Wolfman Jack, who is omnipresent on the car radios, to announce a message for the blonde girl. Inside the radio station, Curt encounters a bearded man who tells him that the voice of The Wolfman is pre-taped from afar.

The man still accepts the message from Curt to see what he could do. As he is leaving the station, Curt sees the man talking into the microphone and hears the voice of The Wolfman, and realizes the man is the actual DJ himself.

 

Sure enough, The Wolfman eventually reads the message on the radio for “The Blonde” to meet Curt or call him at a number which happens to be a telephone booth. Curt waits by the telephone booth and early the next morning, he is awakened by the phone ringing. It turns out to be “The Blonde” who says she knows him and maybe she would see him cruising the coming night. Curt replies probably not, intimating that he decided to go to college and will be leaving that morning.

The Toad, in Steve’s car, and John, in his yellow 1932 Ford Deuce CoupĂ© hot rod, cruise the strip of Modesto. Toad, who is normally socially inept with girls, successfully picks up a flirtatious, and somewhat rebellious, girl named Debbie. John inadvertently picks up Carol, an annoying 12-year-old who seems fond of him. Another drag racer, the handsome and arrogant Bob Falfa, is searching out John in order to challenge him to a race.

Steve and Laurie have a series of arguments and make-ups through the evening. They finally split and, as the story lines intertwine, Bob Falfa picks up Laurie in his black 1955 Chevrolet One-Fifty CoupĂ©. Bob finally finds John and goads him into racing. A parade of cars follow them to “Paradise Road” to watch the race. Laurie rides shotgun with Bob as Toad starts the race. As Bob begins taking a lead in the race, he loses control of the car when a front tire blows, and the car plunges into a ditch and rolls over. Steve and John leap out of their cars and rush to the wreck as a dazed Bob and Laurie stagger out of the car before it explodes. Distraught, Laurie grips Steve tightly and begs him not to leave her. He assures her that he will stay in Modesto.

At the airfield in the morning, Curt says goodbye to his parents, his sister Laurie, Steve, John and The Toad. As the plane takes off, Curt, gazing out of the window, sees the white Ford Thunderbird belonging to the mysterious blonde driving down a country road.

An on-screen epilogue reveals that

John is killed by a drunk driver in December 1964,

Toad is reported missing in action near An Lộc in December 1965,

Steve is an insurance agent in Modesto, California,

and

Curt is a writer living in Canada.

 

Richard Dreyfuss as Curt Henderson

Ron Howard as Steve Bolander

Paul Le Mat as John Milner

Charles Martin Smith as Terry “The Toad” Fields

Cindy Williams as Laurie Henderson

Candy Clark as Debbie Dunham

Mackenzie Phillips as Carol Morrison

Wolfman Jack as himself

Bo Hopkins as Joe Young

Manuel Padilla, Jr. as Carlos

Harrison Ford as Bob Falfa

Lynne Marie Stewart as Bobbie Tucker

Terry McGovern as Mr. Wolfe

Kathleen Quinlan as Peg

Scott Beach as Mr. Gordon

Susan Richardson as Judy

Kay Lenz as Jane

Joe Spano as Vic

Debralee Scott as Falfa’s Girl

Suzanne Somers as “The Blonde” in T-Bird

American Graffiti

 

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THE CHANGE UP 2011


The Change-Up is a 2011 American comedy film produced and directed by David Dobkin, written by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, and starring Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman.

The film was released on August 5, 2011, in North America, by Universal Pictures, and received mostly negative reviews, with commentators criticizing the overly crude humor and generic plot, but praising the cast and particularly Bateman’s against-type performance.

Dave Lockwood (Jason Bateman) and Mitch Planko (Ryan Reynolds) are close friends who are each jealous of the other’s lifestyle.

 

While Dave is a lawyer with a wife and kids, Mitch is a freewheeling actor who has sex with many different women.

After getting drunk at a bar, Mitch and Dave urinate in a park’s fountain, and simultaneously wish that they had each other’s lives.

The next morning, Mitch and Dave realize they have switched bodies. Mitch remembers the wish they made the night before and they drive back to the park, planning to urinate again in the fountain and wish for their original lives back, but find the fountain has been removed for restorations.

 

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