Sakura Kinomoto, a Card Captor, wins a game of chance and is awarded a trip to Hong Kong, along with her best friend Tomoyo and her rival, Syaoran Li. It turns out that the ancient rival of Clow Reed, the creator of the mysterious and powerful Clow Cards, summoned them, and she's out for revenge. A battle ensues, and secrets are revealed about Clow Reed's shady past and Sakura's connection to him.
Sakura and her friends have just finished the fourth grade, and are enjoying a well-deserved break from both school and cardcaptoring. While shopping at a local store, Sakura is fortunate ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gareth W (es) wrote: An offbeat kiwi comedy, with a great performance by Jemaine Clement. Stylistically it's similar to Napeolean Dynamite and anything Wes Anderson has done, with a kiwi twist. If that's your thing, then you'll think this is a very enjoyable flick.
Bill G (ru) wrote: It got a 22% Rotten Tomatoe rating. I don't think the nieces were to crazy about it, but Edith and I loved it. :)
Matt S (au) wrote: Girls in bikinis, yeah!
Vihang S (kr) wrote: Avoid. Once there was Govinda and now Akshay . Quantity over quality. Senseless movie
Steve D (ru) wrote: Not a good animated picture effects over substance
Cameron F (nl) wrote: Owner of Cleveland Indians wants to move the team to a warmer climate so she concocts an idea to assemble the worst players possible. The plan backfires and the team starts to win. The characters in this comedy drive the film. A surprise comedy classic for sure.
Jenna I (mx) wrote: Oh man, this is such a delight to look at. This film is art in every sense, it's so hyper stylized and exaggerated and surreal that it makes you wonder why the hell its look hasn't been reproduced over and over and over. It's honestly like 60s pop art come to life.The movie itself has some genuine laugh out loud moments and some pretty excellent satire on advertising and capitalism. It pokes fun at westerns too of course, though I honestly get the sense there's a lot of love in its parody.The only problem with this film is a scene that could have been straight out of a Lonely Island youtube video if it wasn't for the, uh, black face. Yeah, unfortunately some lame 60s european black face shows up to be exactly what black face is meant to be. I will say at least the camerawork is about as shockingly modern as the black face is shockingly insulting.
SauceAndWater (ag) wrote: I can watch this everyday. and I do.