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Mei Z (de) wrote: exotic culture plus a well structured drama make this film a very successful narratives which offers a emotional roller coaster. A visual enjoyment and refreshing theme. really worth seeing! Background information: twins mean bad luck! in early time both of the twins(dog twins, pig twins, human twins...) must be "get rid of". Lots of babies were killed due to this belief. This ritual is still performed in part of China, Myanmar, Laos and Thailand where this ethic group lives.
Jhun C (ru) wrote: Almost but not quite. There are terrifying moments but it keeps reminding you that this is a just B horror movie. Is there supposed to be part 2?
Marc L (de) wrote: Second episode de la trilogie "20th century boys", ce volet intermediaire possede, a peu de choses pres, les memes forces et faiblesses que son predecesseur. Si le concept directeur suscite toujours autant d'interet, la trame est hyper condensee pour tenir en un peu plus de deux heures et le spectateur se trouvera souvent desoriente par l'abondance de personnages et de trames secondaires pas toujours tres explicites. 20th century boys aurait sans doute gagne en clarte sous un format serie, ce second opus ne pouvant etre pleinement apprecie qu'avec une connaissance prealable du scenario. De meme, le processus narratif obeit strictement aux codes du manga : le realisateur n'a pas cherche a s'adapter aux particularismes du cinema, ce qui donne souvent de curieux resultats a l'ecran. Bref, malgre une idee forte et une mise en scene inventive a l'occasion, 20th century boys 2 ne releve guere le niveau du premier episode, trop hermetique et decousu pour le spectateur occidental moyen, meme si ce dernier est hyper branche SF et theories du complot.
Tyler E (nl) wrote: VIKINGS AND ASTRONAUT FIGHTING ALIEN MONSTERS!!!!!!!!!!
Troy S (ag) wrote: Terrible, cliche and unrealistic movie with an excruciatingly forced plot and the completely wrong musical score and really cliche acting. So, so bad.
Thomas G (au) wrote: One of my favourite movies ever! A Jacques Audiard(TM)s classic! Beautifully gripping thriller / romance hybrid. A MUST SEE! BELTER!
Bengel W (fr) wrote: Hard hitting Arnold is at it again being the good guy. Lots of action and Americans dying in a great quality filmed movie. Script is well written and entertaining and keeps the story moving well. CGI is well used and gives that added touch without revealing itself making for smart realism. Actors work hard to keep it real. Nibbles: doughnuts.
Piotrek P (ca) wrote: Mediocre movie. Unfortunately Kurt Russel's character, Jack O'Neil, is a stick in the mud, and there is nothing redeeming about his performance, which is generic army man. The character was much better presented in the TV show "Stargate SG-1" based on the movie.
Neil B (ru) wrote: Literally the greatest film ever
Filius S (ru) wrote: Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland is the animated feature length adaptation of Windsor McCay's beloved comic strip Little Nemo. The film was animated by a Japanese company, but features aesthetics that are similar to western animation of the day (understandable, since the 90's were primo asian outsource time for american animation projects). Nemo's a bit like Walter Mitty; he has insanely vivid dreams that have him going to Slumberland where crazy shit happens like his bed flying around (with Nemo on it, like Aladdin's magic carpet), or walking around on giant stilt-like legs, going to giant mushroom forests, meeting crazy jester looking clowns, fighting dragons, chillin in candy lands, kings, princesses, steamboats, and lots of other crazy dream crap. In this film Nemo is summoned to Slumberland to be the Princess of Slumberland's playmate, which he does cause... why the fuck not, right? Upon arrival, Nemo meets the King of Slumberland, King Morpheus, and a cigar smoking, vaguely racist representation of a clown named Flip, who happens to be voiced by Mickey Rooney. As the storyline goes on, Nemo shits the bed (figuratively) and accidentally releases the Nightmare King, who just goes to town fucking shit up in slumberland as soon as he's free. From then on, it's up to Nemo to undo his fuckups and make things end happily ever after.The film is pretty awesome, in that it has a lot of trippy dream-like events taking place, and features a completely badass villain. The storyline is pretty formulaic, but the film is short, and the pace is good so it doesn't affect the flick too negatively. The characters are a lot of fun, and the world's are super imaginative. Since the film was piggybacking on the success of Disney renaissance, you'll find a couple of songs in the movie, which don't hold up that well for me, but if you're into showtunes, ba-bam. TL;DR - 8/10I have a soft spot for this movie, as it was one of the first films I saw when I moved to Canada, and was always fascinated by the vibrant dream world. For you folks that haven't watched this before, you can probably cut up to two points off my review, but I still recommend any fans of children's animation to give it a watch. Also be sure to check out the Little Nemo comic strips, because they're hella fresh too.
Charles P (ag) wrote: The Book of Eli is flawed, overambitious, and, in the end, beyond ludicrous - but how refreshing it is to see a post-apocalyptic film with such style, such ideas, and, these days, any ambition at all.
Kyle M (mx) wrote: James' comedic and kind-hearted nature was perfect for the title role of taking care of the funny talking animals (voiced by really good voice actors) giving out THEIR dating advices in this hilarious comedy at a level to "Grown Ups." (B+)(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)
Eliebeth T (gb) wrote: I didn't even want to see it and I was greatly entertained. It did go very far with the gags and I was quite stunned but handled it because it was so worth it. Mr. Cohen and Mr. Strong were amazing as was the rest of the cast.