Cobra Girl

Cobra Girl

A princess attempts to win back her kingdom from a powerful shape-shifting sorcerer.

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Tim S (jp) wrote: I should preface this by saying that I love the original Dark Knight Returns graphic novel, so I was pleased when I heard that an animated adaptation was being done. I actually had no idea how well it would turn out, but wow, it really turned out well. Although it was sadly split up into two parts, both parts are equally good. This is also an adaptation that is extremely close to its source material. I wish there was a way to work in the internal monologues as they appeared in the book, but alas, such is the way when adapting to another medium. If you're a Batman fan and you've been looking forward to more enjoyable movies in the franchise that get closer to the comics, then this is your ticket right here. Whether you watch it in parts or in the full Deluxe Edition form, you can't go wrong.

TG S (es) wrote: The storyline is simple about the politicians and land mafia's .. There is no streamlining in the movie!! its just going as such..

Michele A (ru) wrote: Starts off okay but then slows down could go take care of chores, while checking in with the movie occasionally, and still not miss anything. Once it picks up speed it becomes predictable with a couple of pleasant surprises.

Reece C (gb) wrote: Good but a lot of relation to transformers

Aiko F (it) wrote: A very down to earth, and true story about life in school i think. Love the artistic captures when the cast is listening to Lily's songs <3 My favourite was Tsuda's scene with the kites and the circular rainbow

Geoffrey H (es) wrote: I'm actually laughing at some points--mostly at Tommy Davidson, surprisingly. It's a pretty harmless movie.

Lucas M (es) wrote: Dumb, unfunny and poor made, Ernest Goes to Jail it's a terrible experience to watch with bad acting. Jim Varney, sometimes in his carrer show to be a nice actor, sadly, Varney seldom make a good movie, Ernest franchise it's a prove of this. Always classified as a family picture, the movies by the character of TV commercials, looks that was written by a sadist screenwriter with a great love for torture the goofy P. Worrall, and the audience, in scenes that doesn't look like a kids film. Unfortunately, both, Ernest and Felix Nash, Worrall look-alike, doesn't die in the end (with that will be the last picture). Problem: It's even had a end. The writer was so upset with his work that finish the script without a end. Awful and disturbing.

David S (gb) wrote: Some great visuals and awesome sets make up for a good bit of the slow pace and the abrupt action shifts that occur in the intertitles.

Jon C (us) wrote: this is a terrific ghost storyit's along the lines of 'The Others', and 'The Entity' where you don't know how much of the actual ghost stuff is real and instead it relies on the loud noises and voicesthis film really doesn't emphasize too much on the horror elements but man is the mystery portion of the story so fascinatingthe pieces of the puzzle and the connecting dots come together to show why the house John Russell is staying at is haunted and what the Changeling actually isnot to mention that all of the actors are very likeable, they talk, act, and sound like real adultsI got 2 decent scares in the middle and at the end but again the strong acting and the low-budget filmmaking make for a cool watchnot every horror movie has to be in-your-face terrifying, just compelling enough and though-provoking to keep things interesting

Ashley V (ca) wrote: It is cool when the captain finally found his treasure