Daikyojû Gappa

Daikyojû Gappa

An expedition in the South Pacific lands on a tropical island where the natives worship the mysterious deity Gappa. An earthquake opens up an underground cavern and a baby reptile is ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:1967
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:statue,   volcano,   reporter,  

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Alton B (ag) wrote: This movie had a chance of 2 or even 3 stars, but the ending destroyed the movie. What is he deal with the second ending for no reason? Should have chosen an ending and committed to it.

Daniel P (ru) wrote: Convincing portrait/collage of a psychopath with a slow pace, Simon Killer is beautifully filmed and has a career best performance from a nuanced Brady Corbet. An excellent soundtrack and skewed visual style add to the strangely addictive quality the film. One if a kind, and not for everyone.

Vilm S (de) wrote: Looking at the German occupation of Czechoslovakia from a bit new angle - nice movie!

Brittany R (ag) wrote: I gotta get my hands on some of those DVD's!

Tony V (ca) wrote: I LOVED IT!!! Disney made it Better

Simon O (it) wrote: What in the fuck did I just watch?

Victor T (ag) wrote: In my book Danny Boyle is a director that not only understands but has mastered filmmaking but I find his style somewhat showoffy. But regardless of my sentiments about Boyle he has crafted many solid and memorable films, and what better example than "Sunshine"Mankind is doomed as the Sun is dying so in a desperate attempt to not only save humanity but all lifeforms on Earth a space mission, properly named Icarus, is send with a massive bomb with the mission to create a new star by using the body of a dying one. But as you would expect the journey towards the Sun is more troublesome than it seemed. Not since Cuarns "Children of Men" have I heard of a sci-fi premise so promising so I rushed to watch this film back when I was 15 but I ended up feeling frustrated after watching it, but after recently rewatching Garlands directorial debut "Ex Machina" I decided to give this film a second chance and sadly I feel exactly the same about it. "Sunshine" is has solid acting with the standouts being the always reliable Cillian Murphy and Chris Evans in his best performance to date, the visuals are beyond gorgeous (easily one of the most visually striking sci-fi films ever made), the characters may lack depth but each of them is believable in their story role and they have solid chemistry, the plot is for the most part solid and its science exposition spot on as it is easy to understand (take notes Christopher Nolan, plus who cares if it isn't scientifically accurate), Garlands writing is the same level of high quality that you would expect from him as he understands how to write a sci-fi film (it is not about alien invasion or massive explosions but about characters and psychological ideas), the score is perfect, Danny Boyles directing is as showoffy as ever but it manages to create an almost flawless tense atmosphere that will keep you on the edge of your seat (it certainly is "Alien" level of suspense), the CGI is not only believable but jaw droopingly gorgeous, and its pacing surprisingly never drags. But needless to say the biggest problem of this film is its last third which provides not only an unnecessarily and quite shocking tonal shift but an underwhelming, even frustrating ending to this gorgeous film. I mean I can forgive a great film for a dumb twist or ending (like "Signs" or more recently with "The One I Love" or Garlands "Ex Machina") but this is not just a few moments, its more than half an hour and it literally throws away the previous 90 minutes of thrilling and compelling atmosphere (let's just put it this way: Is like starting watching Ridley Scotts "Alien" and ending with freaking "Event Horizon"). "Sunshine" is one of the most beautiful sci-fi films ever made and it manages to create a nerve cracking atmosphere and gives solid characters, but all that hard work gets thrown to the trash with an unnecessarily third act that makes all the journey of the previous two acts worth nothing. One of the biggest wastes of potential in recent memory, but if you are a fan of the sci-fi genre this failed experiment is a must see.

Marion J (mx) wrote: Awesome scriptwriters!!

Phil H (jp) wrote: Set in the (then) crumbling future of 2007, why do all these poor adaptations get set in post apocalyptic futures where gangs roam the streets in outfits you wore under the age of 15?.Again your typical 90's trash that went straight to the video shop and didn't even pass go, its called 'Double Dragon' but bares no resemblance to the videogame what so ever accept for character names and the fact the brothers 'fight' against various punks.The film is pretty much like the first 'TMNT' film albeit a very bad version, its completely aimed at kids so everything is watered down to a babyish level which in turn comes off as hilarious. Like other kids action films of the time its all very colourful and quite imaginative but its so utterly pointless, action sequences are clearly added simply to make the film more 'exciting' when really you wouldn't miss them if they weren't there, point...less.All characters are totally cliched and all look ridiculous in their costumes/face paint, your typical post apocalyptic gangs of punks dressed in horribly retro 80/90's fashions. Robert Patrick must have suspected this was gonna be a big blockbuster otherwise I'm sure he wouldn't have signed on for this, mind you the casting of B-movie action star regular Dacascos should of given him a hint.This just feels completely not needed, no point in creating it in the slightest. Its like they have a videogame that is/was popular so they just had to throw out a film of it no matter how it turned out, just to capitalise on the franchise, they just couldn't help themselves, and what has it achieved? absolutely zip.

Robyn (it) wrote: this drama is about a girl who takes on the job of nursemaid to a rich, terminally ill young man... Its not just a sad love story with a give away ending and with this unlikely storyline, you are left not knowing if there can even be a happy ending for the lovers, knowing that one of them is dying..the performances were excellent and the scenery was beautiful and with all the hidden messages,i feel this is a movie you will want to see more than once~!

Philip w (br) wrote: I find it to be a waste of my time to watch someone throw away their life.

Steve A (gb) wrote: This movie chugs alone one plot device: A woman lives days out of order. No development of characters, or character in general for that matter. Boring, boring, boring. And the worst part is it couldn't be more full of itself; this movie is presented like it's actually clever. Stay away, don't be fooled.

Greg W (ca) wrote: good 'hollywood' bio-pic year s/b 1945 not 2001

Sgt C (it) wrote: (60%)The budget may be tiny and some of the performances bordering on terrible, but the entertainment and fun is there for all to see. Much of the content is more funny than shocking or scary, and as usual with Henenlotter the ending is crazy. This is the best of the trio and is the only one worth watching.

Jonathan D (gb) wrote: Great Movie! Very good performance by Bill Murray, it does get a little too sentimental at times, but I really enjoyed it.

Chris C (de) wrote: Do watch this movie is you are interested in watching some good fight scenes... do NOT watch this movie if you want a story/plot.