Six animated shorts eschew traditional animation by featuring supernatural elements and darker themes, such as alien snatchings, life among mannequins and a spiritual rebirth. Among the films are "Ape," which features a couple fighting over a cooked monkey every night; "The Story of the Cat and the Moon," which is a tale of unrequited love; and "Gentle Spirit," which is based on a Fyodor Dostoyevsky story.
Six animated shorts eschew traditional animation by featuring supernatural elements and darker themes, such as alien snatchings, life among mannequins and a spiritual rebirth. Among the films are "Ape," which features a couple fighting over a cooked monkey every night; "The Story of the Cat and the Moon," which is a tale of unrequited love; and "Gentle Spirit," which is based on a Fyodor Dostoyevsky story. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: I love shitty movies!!!!!!!
(ca) wrote: The plot had everything it needed to be a cult classic, but the writing drags the film into a direction that will leave viewers bored and wanting way more. While i agree Clifton carries the film, any fan of Clancy Brown will be delighted by his vulgar one liners. Sadly, that's the best part of this film. The first half is entertaining but the direction taken pretty much guarantees we'll never see a sequel.
(au) wrote: The fallen of (Pseudo?) CommunismNarrating the life of the blue collar women who had worked in factory #420 is narrating the society and individual changes in modern China.Considering the factory as epitome of Chinese society, individual??s desire were being depressed; Lu was told that it??s much important that the relocation of factory were smooth then finding her son who had been left behind; Workers had to work overtime everyday because their own life were dedicated to the country/party, they could do nothing but accepted it as destiny, fate. Hou couldn??t get a job after she was laid off (Xia Gang), and no longer be enjoyed the welfare used to committed by the factory under communism theory;However, the fallen of communism doesn??t mean that the new value of capitalism would be desirable. Materialism came with capitalism is poisoning the ??80??s generation??-to give parents money and big flat are the only things that Nana could thought about to treat them good; because it has no other value that these people could spiritually relying after the collapse of communism.On the other hand, the interview of two men in the movie seemed odd until I realized that it may be an advertisement inserted into the movie by the state-owned-enterprise developer of 24 city in real world who had actually invested into the movie; these 2 interviewee may represented the potential buyer of the property, who deserve or had privilege to inherit the glorious history of such a contributive institution like the Factory #420.The power of movie is which had introduced the fact in China to the world in a different perspective beyond the official.
(fr) wrote: Appalling. No laughs and no plot. Don't waste your time.
(kr) wrote: This is where it really reached new heights of lameness. How did they manage to drag this train wreck out for so long?
(de) wrote: Though not the worst movie I've ever seen, it certainly isn't the best. Though many might not agree with me, in a way I enjoyed this movie. It's odd, I can't quite explain how. The plot was quite ridiculous (the story development almost beats "Help!" in weirdness)and the lines were pretty marginal. But when it comes to music, The Beatles and former beatles never seem to fail. The music was exsquisite, though the videos they were paired with didn't always seem to match up. (For example: the "Silly Love Songs" sequence which weirded me out.) It was still enjoyable nontheless, and it had its very occasional funny moments. I am torn between giving it a 50% or a 60%, but I'll give it a 50% for the fact that the characters seem flat and that it isn't the greatest addition to rock and roll movies. The worst part about it? The ending, it really bummed me out.
(us) wrote: Kubrick's very first film, this short gives us just the tiniest peek at the future techniques of what was soon to become one of moviedom's greatest directors. Shot in the style of a "March of Time" newsreel (in fact, one of its former producers was involved in this film's creation), Kubrick's legendary attention to detail is remarkably evident (especially in the religious artifacts that surround our "hero," the prizefighter Walter Cartier), and has a certain "eerieness" (which was to become a trademark of Kubrick's) in its bizarre fascination with Cartier's ever-present twin brother. Recommended, especially for Kubrick fans.
(fr) wrote: Only reason I began watching this movie was for Samuel L Jackson. But even he couldn't keep me interested. Bore fest.