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Unformatted text preview: Run Lola Run, I thought was an excellent example of a complex, easy to follow, narrative. Lola, a young woman has a boyfriend who ends up in trouble, owing a mafia type group 100,000 euros. There are twenty minutnes between his inevatable death or Lola reaching him with 100,000 grand. On the way, and between the many chances she gets at obtaining the money successfully, Lola finds out more about her horrible father and learns from her mistakes in the previous "lifes." From these mistakes Lola gets better and better at her attempts. Then in the end things turn out for the better as her boyfriends recovers the money from the homeless man and Lola ends up winning and extra 100,000 grand in the casino. This movie was very enjoyable and very entertaining, definitely one of my favorite so far. Tom Twyker does an astounding job in catching the audiences attention and keeps the narrative moving along with neat side plots and interesting visuals....
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- Spring '08