Arajin to maho no ranpu

Arajin to maho no ranpu

This is the classic story of the young boy Aladdin who is tricked by and evil wizard to go inside the cave that holds a great treasure and there is an old lamp that he needs to bring to him...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:65 minutes
  • Release:1982
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:aladdin,   anime,  

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DC E (jp) wrote: "Arthur Newman" 10 Scale Rating: 5.0 (Mediocre) ...The Good: As usual, Colin Firth and Emily Blunt turn in great performances. The story itself was a good idea and speaks to all of us. At one time or another in our lives, we've all wondered what it was like to be someone else.The Bad: Poorly executed and becomes uninteresting and slow. That is extremely disappointing since it had potential.

Scott R (mx) wrote: Tragically sad, well made but not inspiring. The final scene is powerful, it reminded me of performances in Kurosawa movies powerful expressions and great acting.

Adrian W (br) wrote: A beautiful film about the constant dramatic battle of a artist in search of originality and success with his paintings. Funny at times, but mostly as depressing as the protagonist struggle.

Laleh R (de) wrote: Amazing poetic movie about the human connectivity and conflicts which we experience through race, religion, profession, passion, self identification ...

kat b (mx) wrote: so cool I and it has my three favorite. actors

Eric B (it) wrote: Well acted but implausible story but is watchable for a SAT night.

Tyler R (fr) wrote: Still a funny movie. Hilarious things happen to the villain. The movie has aged very well.

Michael S (kr) wrote: One of my all time favorite movies. I'm usually a fantasy fan, but a GOOD drama is always welcome. And this is a GREAT drama. I was completely engrossed from beginning to end. But I have an affinity for honor, courage, and independence. A good choice of actors for this as well. TheaterViewQualified. PersonalCollectionQualified.

Gregory W (ru) wrote: good stuff but see snow falling on cedars its better

Jason G (ca) wrote: This one's a bit strange...It's a somewhat "typical" late 80's horror flick with a requisite amount of garish, bloody violence and an almost ridiculous amount of (again... 80's prerequsite) tits and ass.The story is interesting enough... taking the classic tale of Jekyll and Hyde and melding it with the true life events of the "Jack the Ripper" murders. The premise being that the murders were committed by our respectable "Doctor by day" Jekyll, in his nightly tirades as Hyde.Anthony Perkins makes the whole thing actually quite watchable. He succeeds with both roles quite well and looks like he had more fun than he'd had in years playing the evil, sexually and violently disturbed Hyde.I've always felt that Perkins is a far better actor than a lot of people give him credit for and he's far, far better than this film deserves. EDGE OF SANITY suffers in a lot of areas but for my part... It's biggest failings are in the painfully obvious visual dichotomy set up by the costume and set designers. Dr. Jeckyl parades about by day in a fairly authentic Victorian period England. The costumes and settings are convincing. Ladies in gowns... Gentlemen in fitted suits and hats and walking sticks of the era. The interiors are all actually quite well appointed in dark, rich woods and time-appropriate decor and the exteriors are all horse and buggy on cobblestoned streets.And then night falls....Suddenly, everybody's decked out in neon and spandex with strange, modern hairstyles (for the 80's anyway)... One prostitute can actually be seen wearing a Madonna-style "BOY" belt-buckle."Victorian era" by day.... "Flock of Seagulls" video by night.... Certainly the costume and set department are not the only ones to blame... Director Gerard Kikoine must be held accountable as well.EDGE OF SANITY loses points for these inconsistensies in particular. The film is filled with too many anachronisms to be ignored and it's quite jarring because of it. Maybe Kikoine was trying for a particular "vision" and purposely combined these two "eras".... but for me....blending the two styles fails rather spectacularily and detracts from the overall.The cinematography is notable... (believe it or not!) EDGE OF SANITY might surprise you with it's interesting framing and nicely composed shots..... Director of Photography, Tony Spratling has flashes of brilliance in the film that lends it just enough of a "polished" and "finished" look to almost raise it above the standard of your common, late 80's slasher movie, but ultimately, (and unfortunately).... that's really all EDGE OF SANITY ends up being.So close to being... better.... (But not a total waste of time either...)

Nathan H (us) wrote: It's amazing that a movie that proves that it can be funny, fails to be so in the one area where you expect it. It wouldn't matter, though, since this movie is severly melo-dramatic and finishes off with a sappy, unrealistic, story book ending where everything works out great for everyone.

Adam C (kr) wrote: Malcolm McDowell seems like he had fun.

The Gothic Phoenix (br) wrote: A campy vampire stalker-love movie following Count Vlad Dracula in 1970s New York seeking the love of his undeath. A halloween favorite of mine.

Tyler V (it) wrote: Can't believe I didn't recognize badass John Boyega (Moses) in The Force Awakens. My bad, John Boyega.

Marcus R (nl) wrote: If you miss "Curb Your Enthusiasm", this should hold you down as it features Larry David and comprises itself with the same satire as the HBO show. Had a few laughs here and there, but definitely could have been better.

Marilena G (br) wrote: Nope, this is not worth it. 1 hour and 54 minutes of old-school party fun. But it's not fun to watch, or inspiring, or interesting, or the least bit touching.

Spencer K (ru) wrote: a sweet, fun and entertaining little short film that brings back the characters we love from Frozen.