Bleach: Memories of Nobody
In Karakura Town, unidentifiable spirits begin appearing en mases. While attempting to deal with these strange souls, Ichigo Kurosaki and Rukia Kuchiki meet Senna, a mysterious shinigami who wipes out most of them. Senna refuses to answer any questions, so Ichigo is forced to follow her while Rukia tries to find out what's going on.
- Stars:Masakazu Morita, Fumiko Orikasa, Hiroki Yasumoto, Noriaki Sugiyama, Chiwa Saito, Kentarô Itô, Fumihiko Tachiki, Masaaki Tsukada, Kiyoyuki Yanada, Akio Ôtsuka, Noriko Shitaya, Jun Fukuyama, Nobuyuki Hiyama, Takako Honda, Hideo Ishikawa,
- Director:Noriyuki Abe,
- Writer:Masashi Sogo (script), Tite Kubo (manga), Mark Ryan (english adaptation)
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(gb) wrote: The best x-men film in the franchise! Also QUICKSILVER!
(jp) wrote: Ce film m'a fait penser Traque sur Internet version 2000.Petit film trs bien rythm (C) mais sans plus. Outre le fait que le mechant du film ressemble Bill Gates ;)
(it) wrote: A real masterpiece by Kazan. Nuanced and intelligent performances by all of the actors, a perfect cast really. Wonderfully complex themes on love, growing up, letting go of childhood, waking up to the flaws of adults, reconciling your parents as fellow humans, and what I like to call the condition of being female in society. I'm sure in '61 all of the women in this movie were easy to dismiss as the stereotypes they all as characters play into, but in 2016 it's hard not to see all of them as layered, relatable and misunderstood. There's never a moment in which Kazan dismisses any of these women, they all have their moment of sympathy and empathy from the camera and the script. What a sad, beautiful film. Not to mention some really shocking scenes (especially for '61) that still make you gasp.
(ag) wrote: Low on horror for a horror movie, "6 Souls" a.k.a. "Shelter" (that's what Netflix calls this) was more of investigation flick, digging largely on the mystery and giving some cheap thrills that wouldn't scare any living thing. Julianne Moore was ok but nothing more but Jonathan Rhys Meyers steals the show. Overall it was quite bleak and bland but the ending was good.
(ag) wrote: Body Double, Dressed to Kill and the newly released Passion are De Palma's best noir-thrillers. The film clashes back and forth between the main characters plight to get laid, the amazing photography and music, and the complete mystery of the plot. Donaggio and Frankie Goes to Hollywood only add to the visceral explosion of the entire film.