Set in Japan in the early 1990s, there's one rising band called LANDS, that is starting to find success amidst a flood of other bands. Asako and Miharu are two Tokyo high school students. When Miharu gives Asako her favorite indie rock band; a LANDS CD, she becomes an overnight fan and sets her heart on the talented guitarist Yukiya. LANDS was formed among friends, but as the band begins to climb the ladder towards major stardom, they get in touch with the dark side of the music industry, discord surfaces, inevitable frictions emerge, and unrequited love strains their friendship, threatening to pull their bonds apart.
Arun C (us) wrote: Disturbed, lethargic, weed-addicted youngsters Luv, Hardik and Bunny escape to Goa to take a break from their regular, monotonous lives and happen to attend a rave party hosted by Russian mafia on a near-by secluded island. Things take humorous and horrible turn when guests become Zombies after consuming a drug sold that night. It's a run-through-the-Zombie-infested-jungle for the ones who are alive. A commendable effort by Raj DK, Krishna Nidumoru and Saif Ali Khan. Go Goa Gone has everything to keep you entertained.
Michelle L (us) wrote: This was so awful. I love Milla Jovovich but this was so awful lol it just kept getting worse. So many roller skaters at one point! I just got so lost ....I dont even know what is happening anymore.....
Claire T (ca) wrote: hated it, hated it hated it, I don't want to see this movie ever ever ever again, I hated it, I thought it would be better than this, I just expected better, it starred Noah Segan and Rusty Kelley
Prerana R (nl) wrote: Awsome plot and superb execution
Kyle F (jp) wrote: This is a pretty unique romantic comedy I must say. Great acting by Michael Sheen and Shirley Henderson. I like how it explores the lives of people dealing with OCD and how hard it is for them to cope with the world. It is sometimes embarassing, but always truthful and personal. A good film.
Whispered W (kr) wrote: I loved the humor and especially loved the cast. I will address the review at the top. "But the constant appearance of product placements seems rather hypocritical." I guess you don't have to be a critic to understand common sense. It was definitely on purpose that there was so much product placement. considering the entire movie is about subliminal messaging getting teens to buy crap they don't need.
Callum B (ca) wrote: ma favourite loony tune move and it a good laugh.
David L (br) wrote: The Thief and the Cobbler is such a problematic movie. Because the entire production lasted for an epic amount of years, the end product is as troubled as it can be. The animation is its strongest point as it is pretty good and at times even quite inspired. But everything else here is quite forgettable and bland with so-so storytelling and very dull characters. Vincent Price did a great job in his role as usual and his character is the only memorable one here, but all of the others are poor and the film was just never involving to me. In the end, even though it clearly has its strengths, this movie is mostly as flawed as you would expect given its infamous history.
Ashley H (es) wrote: Without Reservations is an entertaining film. It is about Kit Madden who is traveling to Hollywood, where her best-selling novel is to be filmed. John Wayne and Claudette Colbert give excellent performances. The screenplay is well written. Mervyn LeRoy did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama, humor, and romance. Without Reservations is a must see.
Conrad S (ag) wrote: After the poor reception of Batman Returns, it was clear to Hollywood that people wanted something a bit more fun. This lead to a batman film with some of the worst, and best, choices. Fortunately, It decides to imitate the '66 Adam West Batman, a beloved classic of all comic book fans. Unfortunately, it takes all the subtle things that made it great, and surround it with signs saying LOOK AT ME. Fortunately, Jim Carrey and Tommy Lee Jones do a great job of playing some incredibly charismatic, and fun villains. Unfortunately, Val Kilmer and Chris O'Donnell give some of the most wooden performances I have ever seen. Fortunately, the score is superb, and gives an edge to the wacky nature. Unfortunately, the cinematography is terrible; you can't see anything thats going on! Fortunately, the practical effects and Two-Faces design are both excellent. Unfortunately, the CGI and the rest of the costumes are laughable, and have become infamous in the world of comics. All in all, this film balances out all it's good points with bad point, but I still recommend it.
Natalee K (br) wrote: "The Congressman has never been to rehab. They don't serve whisky at rehab."