"If you've never seen Audrey Tatou this will be a wonderful introduction"

I have to warn you: if I had it my way the cinemas would be full of nothing but weird, arty or foreign films. Ideally they would all be weird, arty AND foreign. OK, so now I've shared that I can tell you about Hors de prix - or Priceless.

It's not particularly weird. Not at all actually. Maybe a tad quirky in so much as it focuses on a French, rather then Hollywood, couple and the eccentricities that go with that, but basically it is a lovely, fluffy, feel good rom com. Nor is it overly arty. But it IS French! Had it been another big bucks American affair, I probably would have slated it. Of course I would have. As far as I'm concerned there is only so many times you can watch a predictable happy ending unfold after 90 minutes of lukewarm conflicts and complications. And I've definitely seen more than my fair share.But this is where Priceless is different. I can't really say too much without giving the whole game away, but I think Priceless would be the result of Pretty Woman, Breakfast at Tiffany's and Heartbreakers having an illegitimate lovechild with a sexy French man. That grew up in Paris.

If you've never seen Audrey Tatou this will be a wonderful introduction. If you're a girl you'll hate her (and then want to be her) - she's insanely beautiful and ridiculously convincing as Irene - or maybe all French women actually are that seductive. And if you're a guy you'll want to marry her. But whilst Tatou shines from the start, Gad Elmaleh is a slow-cooker. Somehow, the poor, slightly creepy waiter (Jean) turns into a very sexy gigolo. It's the whole frog to prince scenario - only the prince charms old ladies for diamond-encrusted watches and snazzy scooters, but hey, it's a modern fairytale!

And if that hasn't convinced you, then go and see it for the scenery. Shot mainly in Monte Carlo and Nice the scenery is absolutely incredible.