Christmas on July 24th Avenue
Sayuri Honda (Miki Nakatani) claims she has no interests in love affairs. She refuses to take things as they are for she fancies her harbor town of Nagasaki as Lisbon, Portugal. But on Christmas, encouraged by the season of romance, she tries to materialize her once-in-a-lifetime love with the man of her dreams.
- Stars:Takao Ohsawa, Miki Nakatani, Ryûta Satô, Juri Ueno, Tsuyoshi Abe, Gekidan Hitori, Ayako Kawahara, Ikki Sawamura, You, Fumiyo Kohinata, Yûta Hiraoka, Kaori Morita, Maki Nishiyama,
- Director:Shôsuke Murakami,
- Writer:Shûichi Yoshida (novel), Arisa Kaneko (screenplay)
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(kr) wrote: Brick Mansions is a disappointing film. It is about an undercover Detroit cop navigates a dangerous neighborhood that's surrounded by a containment wall with the help of an ex-con in order to bring down a crime lord. Paul Walker and David Belle give horrible performances. The screenplay is badly written. Camille Delamarre did a terrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.
(br) wrote: Will the monotony ever cease?! Unrelentingly dull and painfully realistic: Beeswax is only for those who enjoy unenjoyable movies. 42/100
(ru) wrote: life comes this way
(it) wrote: This movies is an odd mishmash of "kung fu movie", "costume drama" and fantasy action movie. It's a little long and oddly plotted, but not too bad. I can't say I "liked" it, but I didn't regret watching it.
(ru) wrote: Directed by Joseph Sargent (The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974), MacArthur (1977) and Jaws: The Revenge (1987)) and written by William W. Norton (The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing (1973), Big Bad Mama (1974) and Brannigan (1975)), this is a tough and down and dirty exploitation action film, which helped put it's star on the map shortly after the success of making Deliverence (1972). In Arkansas, Bobby "Gator" McKlusky (Burt Reynolds) is serving time in prison for running moonshine between counties. While in prison, Gator learns that his younger brother was murdered by corrupt Sheriff J.C Conners (Ned Beatty). While he tries to escape from prison to get even, he's caught by the law, but they tell him that Conners is being investigated, and they offer Gator the chance to go undercover to bring down Conners. Gator joins bootlegger Roy Boone (Bo Hopkins) and they try to get close to Conners. However, it's not long before Conners finds out about Gator, and he sends Big Bear (R.G. Armstrong) to put a stop to Gator. It comes across as a hillbilly take on Yojimbo (1960), with the lone stranger coming to down to bring down a baddie, only here, the baddie is the law. It has some unbelievable car chases throughout, and Reynolds has a rugged charm. Plus, Charles Bernstein's score was lifted for Kill Bill and Inglourious Basterds. Oh, Quentin!!
(mx) wrote: Part black comedy and part straight drama, "A Day in the Death of Joe Egg" is hard to classify. Perhaps "movies adapted from plays" is the most appropriate genre, because its staging has some of that typical drawing-room stiffness.Teacher/artist Bri (Alan Bates) and actress Sheila (Janet Suzman) are a sophisticated couple whose lives are saddled with a tragic burden: their disabled daughter Jo (Elizabeth Robillard, in her only film role). Alternately called a "spastic," a "vegetable" and other terms that may not be acceptable today, Jo looks about nine years old. She moans rather than speaks, has unfocused eyes and is not capable of voluntary movement. She only twitches with seizures.Bri and Sheila choose to deal with this awful situation through cynical wit ("God is a manic-depressive rugby footballer") and tart humor. The bulk of the script rests on their edgy interplay, and the full cast has only nine speaking parts. A babbling mother-in-law (Joan Hickson) is traditional comic relief, while family friends Freddie (Peter Bowles) and Pam (Sheila Gish) mirror our own discomfort. The other characters are fairly trivial. A scene on a tacky children's ride does add an amusing tour-guide part and a strangely uneventful Jean Marsh cameo.Bates is dazzling as usual, though his broad theatrics can be abrasive at times. Shakespearean actress Suzman is a fine foil, and also is game for some rather unnecessary nudity. The story's most powerful feature is its bold discussion of the euthanasia temptations that such parents shouldn't feel but inevitably do. The talk-based action drags a little, but a strong ending defies a scenario that seems wholly unresolvable. Director Peter Medak had quite a year between this film and the equally dangerous satire of "The Ruling Class."
(jp) wrote: Done dirty by a coddling judiciary that takes the constitution too seriously our hero is forced to finally break all the rules to bring down his man monster.
(ru) wrote: The film's slow pace is perhaps one of the best things about it - and it all culminates in, what I consider to be, a perfect ending. Colin Farrell, Bredan Gleeson, and Ralph Fiennes also have excellent chemistry on screen.
(it) wrote: "Seraphin Falls" es un western contemporneo (y existencial) acerca de un hombre (Pierce Brosnan) perseguido de manera implacable por un grupo liderado por un hombre que har lo que sea para capturar a su presa (Liam Neeson). Este relato sobre venganza intenta ser fotografiado a la vieja usanza por John Toll y los actores tratan de dar lo mejor de s, pero a veces la historia se estanca y es predecible. Sin embargo, vale la pena.
(ru) wrote: Spielberg knows handle perfectly the action and drama in this great film. A beautiful story with many characters well developed thanks to the great direction of Spielberg, is not his best film, but it is without doubt an incredible film.Review en Espaol:Spielberg sabe manejar perfectamente la accin y el drama en esta gran pelcula. Una bella historia con muchos personajes bien desarrollados gracias a la estupenda direccin de Spielberg, no es su mejor pelcula, pero es sin duda alguna una increble pelcula.