In and Out

Synopsis: Two couples, Pierre and Aimée, Éric and Pénélope, all share four years of friendship without cloud. Only concern, Penelope and Pierre have become lovers - The situation becoming untenable, ...
Genre: Comedy
 
IMDB:
5.2
Year:
2017
85 min
7 Views

"And

sunlight clasped the earth...

"and the moonbeams

kissed the sea.

"What are

all these kissings worth...

"if thou kiss not me?"

That's it.

- Mike.

- Mr. Brackett, OK.

That Cameron Drake guy,

did you really teach him?

Yes, I did.

Right here in this very room.

Question about the poem?

Yes, Meredith.

Did Cameron

have a girlfriend here?

- Please.

- Jack.

- Mr. Brackett.

- Vicky.

- Is this related to the poem?

- Oh, yeah.

You have a comment about English

literature or Romantic poetry?

- Absolutely.

- Let's hear it.

When Cameron went here...

and studied English literature

and Romantic poetry...

was he really cute?

No. He's had massive

surgery. A complete overhaul.

He was an iguana.

But, you know, he loved this poem.

Excuse me, Mr. Brackett.

Mr. Brackett.

Jack.

It's here.

From Indiana State.

And? Hey, Joe.

Will you open it?

It'll make it easier.

What if I...

I mean, I'm not gonna get in.

I bet it says, "Nice try, you moron.

"You loser, get out of here. "

That's not quite the way they put it.

Yes! You're in!

Full scholarship!

- Yes?

- Way to go!

Yes!

Shh, shh, shh.

Gentlemen,

Are we having a practice?

We can't, you know.

It's our coach.

He's getting married this week.

Yes, that's correct.

And he's drunk.

I'm drunk?

Pretty soon!

You guys!

Congratulations, Mr. Brackett!

You're so beautiful.

Howard?

You look exquisite.

I wish my folks were still here.

They never thought I'd marry.

We're your family now, dear.

I'm not just Howard's mom.

I'm yours.

Beware.

When you walked in...

I almost died.

I didn't recognize you.

She's worked hard.

Isn't she a knockout?

I was fat my whole life.

I was not going to waddle...

down that aisle.

When I saw...

Richard's Simmons' infomercial...

I love him.

Remember when he went

to that woman's house...

who lost over 400

pounds using the tapes?

Oh, yes.

I just thought, if

she can do it, so can I.

And you did.

Bridal Barn, we salute you.

It's a straitjacket.

It's a classic, the J-12.

Everybody's been stopping by,

revving up for your nuptials.

Look at this.

Oh, son, I don't know.

The Torm.

Thank you.

In just a few short days...

Emily and I will be married...

after three long years.

What, you may be asking,

was the problem?

You said it!

Well, Aunt Becky,

I think I have the answer.

I vowed I would not marry...

until Cameron Drake...

was nominated for an Oscar.

I thought I was safe.

Tonight's the night,

for Cameron, at least...

and so I'll let you all...

get back to your sets.

This Sunday, thanks to my mom...

and dad and Emily...

It's going to be...

the happiest day of my life.

Everything's coming up roses...

Wouldn't it be

extraordinary if Cameron wins?

I had him.

You did?

Yeah. I was a student teacher.

It was sophomore English.

He used to come every day

after school for extra help.

We spent the whole year...

reciting Romeo and Juliet to each other.

Oh, really?

Just the two of you?

He was just a student.

Hmm, well, all right.

Now, which channel?

Mmm. Who wants

movie-style buttery lite?

Me, I do.

Score pads and pencils.

Gretchen, what do you

have for Best Documentary?

Something about Polish

mine workers...

and their struggle to be free.

I hope

that nice Sally Field wins.

But she's not nominated.

Even so.

It's almost time.

Turn it on.

The place...

Hollywood, USA.

This is Peter Malloy for

Inside Entertainment...

inviting you to join me for

Hollywood's night of nights...

the 68th Annual Academy Awards.

Ladies and gentlemen...

here is another screen legend,

an Oscar winner herself...

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