Daikaijû kettô: Gamera tai Barugon
A giant monster that emits a destructive ray from its back attacks Japan and takes on Gamera.
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Fredrik S (br) wrote: I love the original Asterix comic and it is therefore painful to watch these live action adaptations, which seem to be growing worse with each sequel. This one is ripe with all the buffonery of the genre, but without the style and charm of the original comics.
Sean M (jp) wrote: The story to be told is compelling and exalting. The means to tell it are not. A disjointed screenplay seriously cripples what could have been a searing portrait of sainthood and redemption.
Doctor S (mx) wrote: Syren and Christine Nguyen make a hot couple of bikini-clad aliens intent on - what else? - bump 'n' grinding Earthlings into submission in order to save their dying planet.
Srini v (de) wrote: a milestone for director maniratnam . Abishek acting is great in d movie :)
Danni F (fr) wrote: It's kinda disturbing, but it's a documentary that's on real murders. The kids in it think they're vampires. hell cool!
Marco F (fr) wrote: CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND is one of the great cinematic experiences of my lifetime. It is an astonishing feat of imaginative and technical filmmaking on every level. It's a kids' movie at heart- but any other tone wouldn't have been suitable for this movie. This is an amazing motion picture- see it- and above all- experience it.
Jochen W (br) wrote: the last of the independents: don siegels sptwerk ist spannend, stilvoll und mit einer reihe ganz gro?er momente. wenn charley seine erschossene frau zum abschied ein letztes mal sanft auf die lippen ksst. und dann noch einmal. uh.
Girlie A (mx) wrote: They say do good things and avoid the bad ones, but you know what you don't really know whats good or bad until you see yourself and it jumps into your face..you make choices that will make your life change forever.. things don't need to lasts.. to be perfect..
Gaia M (ca) wrote: great film!Really enjoyed Mike Cahill's sci fis set in the modern world without ridiculous space ships and aliens. The sound track is beautiful, and I love the VFX even though there weren't many.