Angels in Disguise
Slip and the gang (Bowery Boys) stray from newspaper work to detective work.
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Josh B (ag) wrote: One of the more underrated and groundbreaking bands. Good watch.
Sam R (mx) wrote: Excellently vivid and eerie David Lynch short film. The imagery and the music will stick with you and leave you feeling uneasy. Just like the best of Lynch's work
Eric H (br) wrote: The movie of anime based on the popular saga of video games Fatal Fury it is a good adaptation although it doesn't end up putting on to the height of Street Fighter: The Animated Movie. I like enough the movie although I had preferred that it had been based on some of the parts of the video game and that they had not been invented a new adventure that it is taken out of the series of Saint Seya, but even so they guessed right in the new characters of the history (The Gaudemus and company) and they even reflected faithfully the 4 main characters (the Bogard Brothers, Joe and Mai) that are the same ideas that I had of them like in the video games. The pity is that some characters of the saga that some appear in the movie making a " cameo " (Billy Kane, Jubei Yamada, Richard Myer, Geese...), they don't have the protagonism that I would like them to have like in the saga. It is also missed that characters like Blue Mary or Ryuji Yamazaki doesn't appear in the movie. It was not bad idea to leave the movie open to a second part like leave when Billy Kane speaks with his master Howard when it is training. It is not a bad movie, it is a great movie with the main characters of Fatal Fury, but the pity is that the history was not centered in some concrete video game of Fatal Fury.
Thrse F (ag) wrote: Not at all interested
Tatsuhito K (ag) wrote: This is another one of those films that I admire rather than I like. Perhaps I'm too young to really understand the message of it, but a cliched family drama/tearjerker like this is not exactly my cup of tea. That said, I admire how unabashedly sentimental this is; I admire James L. Brooks' writing and direction, and I can't deny the fact that it's a well-acted piece (Jack Nicholson is by far the best part of the film, stealing every scene he's in.) Terms of Endearment is a well-made film.
Jesse K (au) wrote: Everything about it is awful and that's why Basket Case is so much fun.
Carlos I (kr) wrote: A little melodramatic and preachy, but there's a great concept at the heart of it, and some good performances make it entertaining. Would you sell your spouse for a night for a million dollars?
Eric M (ru) wrote: It could have delved a bit deeper into the philosophy of its terrorist villains, a few logical jumps occur (expected) and Harrison Ford's performance, while solid, is unextraordinary, but "Patriot Games" is still a rousing success as a thriller for the brutal and frightening nature of those same villains and the intimate and meaningful nature of Ryan's relationship with his family. "Games" creates a frightening sense of paranoia and fear, a fear that is driven by the fact there is something truly worth losing at stake. With the stakes raised on a personal level, the ante is upped for the rest of the conflict. Great and grounded action sequences are an added bonus.