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Angel D (mx) wrote: Awesome comedy romance movie..I really liked it
Shivon D (de) wrote: gota rate it cos its shot inda hood plus my cusins r in it
David S (us) wrote: A entirely generic crime-drama from Spain that does feature solid performances from the main cast - which includes Juan Diego Botto ("Silencio roto") and Najwa Nimri ("El Mtodo"), two fine Spanish actors - but the plot is so woefully clichd and run-of-the-mill that it's perdictable from beginning to end, making it a very dull experience. The writer-director, Daniel Calparsoro, does show competence in his direction - even going on to direct the very good (though overly-melodramatic) war picture "Guerreros" (aka "Warrirors") - but his writing skills here are severely lacking. Only those who are avid fans of Spanish cinema should consider watching this, others should definitely skip it.
Kaustubh P (ru) wrote: There are two kinds of people in this world - those who are searching for a higher purpose in life, & those who have seen Gunda.
Michael W (nl) wrote: Classic original mini-series with aliens arriving as friends but with ulterior motives to be battled by a diverse group of ordinary people. Terrific achievement for tv that still holds up. Great cast & special effects with plenty of social messages.
Scott W (gb) wrote: This is a musical mix between The Rocky Horror Picture Show and The Incredibles starring Christopher Lee and Alan Arkin. It's goofy as hell and cheesy beyond all belief, but it's still a lot of fun.
nancy l (de) wrote: I just happened to see part of this the other night - really so bad!
aaron a (ca) wrote: "Laugh at us. We are young and foolish" Akira Kurosawa's directorial debut centers on judo master Shogoro Yano's zealous protg, Sanshiro Sugata, who shuns jujitsu after being lured by the spiritual aspect of judo. Sanshiro Sugata is an impressive directorial debut if nothing else. Here Kurosawa takes a real simple (and now cliche'd) story and manages to find interesting ways of telling the tale. Many elements that would later become Kurosawa signatures are on display; such as using Meteorology to convey setting and the tone of the scene. In fact, one really gets the impression that Kurosawa was highly confident in this debut. There are some images in this picture that rank up there with Kurosawa's best; the muddy pond scene and the finale with the villain are the most noteworthy, but there are more. However, though already very well developed as a filmmaker, he seemed a bit overzealous. He sometimes tries too hard to capture the imagination of his audience, the camera strays a tad too often and other times it lingers, resulting in a picture with excellent craftsmanship but poor pacing. Luckily, the pacing is really the only downside to the film. The set decoration and costume designs are fabulous, the acting strong, likewise with cinematography, resulting in a 1940's picture thats undeniably pleasant to look at. So yes, Legendary Kurosawa's directorial debut has it's flaws, but it's an entertaining work, and a proud and boisterous exclamation of the arrival of a cinema auteur.
Stephen C (ag) wrote: Hilarious sequel!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dustin H (it) wrote: Immediately joins the list of the worst movies I've ever seen.