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Doraemon: New Nobita's Great Demon-Peko and the Exploration Party of Five
Nobita finds a stray dog and brings him home, little does hi knows that the dog is actually a prince in his homeland, a world appart deep in the african 'Smokers Forest' were the dogs ...
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John T (nl) wrote: A documentary about George Takei. He's a very interesting positive guy, so this was pretty good.
Ruslan C (it) wrote: A naive attempt to whitewash a criminal who was involved in the killings of people. Because of people like Khodorkovsky (Berezovsky, Petr Aven and others) the idea of democracy was forever discredited in the eyes of the Russian people. Thieves and murderers have divided the wealth of the USSR under the false slogans of free markets and democracy. Instead I recommend watching great documentary "The Oligarchs: The Struggle for Russia" by Alexander Gentelev.
Harry P (us) wrote: not a bad little thriller . Well worth watching.
Miss B (ca) wrote: Rec from lesleyanorton
Nick M (mx) wrote: It's dragged down by inconsistencies, but undeniably well made
Jennifer B (ag) wrote: John Waters is freakin brilliant! lol He is one of the most interesting of people!
Hunter J (ru) wrote: Best skate movie EVER!
David H (us) wrote: I completely understand why the narrative becomes confusing -- that's done intentionally. Unfortunately, just because a device is intentional doesn't automatically make it interesting. This film doesn't have anything particularly inspiring to say, and it says it as pretentiously as possible. Also, I kind of liked this better when it was called Videodrome.
Facebook U (ca) wrote: I had seen this film years ago and now again. Nice contrast between the girls. Ordinary adventures somewhat funny, somewhat thoughtful. This time I watched it at 2,5 times the normal speed and it was okay. The whole thing didn't drag. This must be a child film. I would think Rainette is lesbian and the other curious, but nothing is shown in this department.
Aaron M (kr) wrote: When you think 'big' movies, you generally think of epics; "Gone with the Wind", "The Ten Commandments", "Ben-Hur", and the more recent "Titanic" and "Lord of the Rings". "Cleopatra" is not only the most expensive film ever made, it is also belongs in this list of epics. 'Big' films have fallen out of favour these days, largely because most directors can't pull it off, but also because of economics. Shorter running times mean more screenings at the theatre, and a subsequent 'extended edition' can satisfy home video fans. The huge improvements in computer effects over the last decade have also made these films a competition to outshine others, something that can really hinder a film (Peter Jackson's "King Kong"). More money doesn't always equal a better film either, proven by "Cleopatra" and the more recent "Spiderman 3". It's anyone's opinion what the biggest movie ever made is, and I guess it really depends on your definition of 'big'. For my money, it doesn't get much bigger than "How the West was Won". 3 hour running time, massive ensemble cast of Western genre actors old and new, huge scenery shots and action sequences, and of course the 3 screens it took to show the bloody thing. The first real attempt to make a serious film with the Cinerama system, it was also the last. On home video it hardly compares, but in terms of picture quality it's hard to argue. The lines that are used to identify screen splits are only slightly visible in certain shots, and are never a nuisance. Many of the sequences are designed to showcase the format, so they do come off as a little corny on the small screen. Indeed the whole affair falls second to the visuals, but the directors and cast do their best to make it enjoyable for us. The Cinerama documentary included in the new DVD release is a great feature, perfect for all of us who grew up with every film being widescreen, and the biggest screen experience we can get being Imax. The film certainly isn't the best film ever made, or the best Western for that matter. But is well worth a look for anyone curious in where this whole obsession with 'big' movies started.
Ronny C (it) wrote: The unexpected is always with us.