Chaos Theory (película / movie)
Posted 11 octubre, 2010on:
Chaos Theory (2007)
Dirección: Marcos Siega
Duración: 1h 26min
Género: Comedia y Drama
Actores: Emily Mortimer, Ryan Reynolds, Sarah Chalke y Stuart Townsend.
Sinopsis: Frank, es un joven que ha dedicado su vida a organizarlo todo. Ha publicado innumerables libros de auto ayuda, y sé le considera un verdadero dios en aquellos temas. Pero cuando de pronto, su vida cae en un caos inmerso, tratando de ayudar a quiénes no desean ayuda. Poco a poco se dará cuenta que todo en la vida no es organización.
Calificación: PG-13 – Guía paternal estrictamente necesaria para menores de 13 años (material temático maduro, contenido sexual y lenguaje)
Synopsis: After living his life with clockwork precision, a man throws any and all caution to the wind in this freewheeling comedy drama. Frank Allen (Ryan Reynolds) is a successful motivational speaker and author whose book “The Five-Minute Efficiency Trainer” advises readers that strict organization and avoiding impulsive behavior is the key to success. Frank is married to Susan (Emily Mortimer), who has been his sweetheart since college, but while he’s happy, she’s beginning to have second thoughts — she chose to be with Frank rather than his best friend, Buddy (Stuart Townsend), because of his sweet and gentle nature, but his new habit of carefully budgeting every moment of the day has squeezed most of the fun out of their lives. After a quarrel with Susan leaves Frank in a troubled state of mind, he’s enthusiastically propositioned by a sexy woman at a self-help seminar (Sarah Chalke), and has to take a pregnant woman (Jocelyne Loewen) to the hospital when he nearly runs her over on the street. Susan learns about Frank’s day and comes to the mistaken conclusion that he’s been unfaithful to her with both women. Susan leaves him and Frank decides that his hyper-organized life is to blame for the collapse of his marriage. Suddenly, Frank figures it’s time to give his id full reign — he buys a motorcycle, starts fist fights in bars, sleeps with strange women, takes up streaking, and does nearly everything the old Frank would warn him against.
Rating: PG-13 Parental guidance strictly needed for younger than 13 years old (mature thematic material, sexual content and language).
Official trailer (in english)