Asyl: Park and Love Hotel
A haven for clandestine lovers turns out to be more than most passers-by would imagine in this independent drama. The Parku Ando is a "love hotel" in Tokyo's Shinjuku district where couples can rent a room by the hour for romantic assignations. However, few of its regular customers seem to come there for sexual encounters; the hotel has become a hangout for rootless teenagers, senior citizens looking for a place to relax, and kids who play under the watchful eye of manager/owner Tsuyako.
A haven for clandestine lovers turns out to be more than most passers-by would imagine in this independent drama. The Parku Ando is a "love hotel" in Tokyo's Shinjuku district where couples can rent a room by the hour for romantic assignations. However, few of its regular customers seem to come there for sexual encounters; the hotel has become a hangout for rootless teenagers, senior citizens looking for a place to relax, and kids who play under the watchful eye of manager/owner Tsuyako. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Asyl: Park and Love Hotel torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Free to play is a documentary that tells the story of three professional gamers as they virtually battle it out in a Computer based game called Dota 2, to win a 1.6 million dollar prize. This film was made by Valve, a video game development and digital distribution company that created the game. They set out 3 cinematographers to tell the three different stories that take place in Free to Play. These accounts are edited and brought together by the Dota 2 tournament. Their narratives are decently interesting, but what mainly kept me going was my interest in this new world or competitive gaming. As someone who knows little about Dota 2, the game that the documentary focuses on, I felt like they did a decent job in explaining how the game operates, but I still felt lost when it came to more technical elements. I may just have to pick up the game to truly understand how it works. But for audiences who already take part in the world of Dota 2, I am sure they will have no problem keeping up with the logistics. Overall the visuals look good, and I even like how Valve went to extra lengths to do some CGI animation that would represent the some of the action taking place. Gaming may very well be a as popular as some major professional sports one day, but I do think it will take a few years. Once my generation is grown up, with teenage kids of their own, I believe that competitive gaming will sweep the world.
(it) wrote: The movie never rises above mediocrity, and it's altogether forgettable. It's still fun to get lost in the Futurama universe, but the writing and plot lines are very uninspired, if not lazy. The constant references to already established characters quickly gets old, and usually just feels like convenient filler for the writers. Not bad, but not nearly as good as the original series.
(fr) wrote: "The observer collapsed the wave function simply by observing."
(br) wrote: thought I would like this based on some of my friends reviews, however, I found this to be totally dull and lifeless. big thumbs down!
(ru) wrote: Pale imitation of the original...
(kr) wrote: " if you can't beat them, join them."
(ca) wrote: this was a cute love and robbery
(nl) wrote: This is a great movie!
(us) wrote: well done to all concerned .
(it) wrote: great music, rock a hula brilliant.
(ca) wrote: Treating a social milieu Pasolini knew at first hand, his first film as a director was misunderstood by many critics when it was first released as a return to the canons of Italian neo-realism of the '40s and '50s. In fact, its editing style, use of close-ups, dialogue in the Romanesco vernacular all betray an originality much more of a piece with Pasolini's later work than with neo-realism
(nl) wrote: Well I at least now know the answer to the question 'Would you like a musical if it starred one of your favourite actors of all time?' Answer = No. This has dated terribly, most modern audiences won't have a clue who George Cohan even is for starters (including me). I'm sorry singing and dancing around, even when done this well by Cagney just isn't interesting to me. The surrounding story is stodgy and dull as well.
(ca) wrote: A futuristic love story between a man and his Siri. Your heart goes out to Joaquin Phoneix's earnest and believable performance as the human in love with his operating system on his cellphone. Its also amazing how emotive Scarlett Johansson is without being physically present on screen. A terrific script (an insight into our future maybe), colourful shots of life in the big city which makes you want to see it on the biggest screen possible - a love story full of life - Best movie of 2013 after Gravity
(es) wrote: I believe this film is all about movie tastes. I mean at times it could be corny but still its a classic storyline lol. Even though predictable you just can't mess with it. Those love triangles, best friend getting his ass kicked, revenge, some sort of moral, and of course above all else decent fighting scenes. Who wouldn't enjoy seeing another movie about someone who has no fighting background work his ass off from nothing to champ. Look at the karate kid series, breathing fire, only the strong old classics with the same basis as this movie. All in all through all the rambling it was a pretty good movie.
(fr) wrote: i really love this movie
(kr) wrote: The Program is a well-made film with arguably Ben Foster's greatest performance to date as disgraced athlete Lance Armstrong. However, I had some personal problems with how the overall story was told. I just want to make this point very clear: I DO NOT condone the actions of Lance Armstrong during his cycling career. What he did was immoral, deceptive, and flat out wrong. However, Armstrong did a lot of good during his career. He raised over $500 million for cancer research and brought the sport of cycling to new heights. Without Armstrong, I'm sure the sport would not be what it is today. I feel that basing this film off of David Walsh's book tells a one-sided story that ultimately portrays Armstrong as a straight-up villain, which in my opinion is not fair. It's a one-sided story that I feel exaggerates the negative actions of Lance Armstrong and glosses over the positive work he did. I do not feel that The Program really delved into this man as well as it could have.