Dr. Akagi

Dr. Akagi

At the end of WWII, Japanese doctor Akagi searches for the cure for hepatitis in the prisoner-of-war camp.

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Keandre S (au) wrote: Either his writing is just not as funny or he has too many projects going on. Over the top and just not funny compared to previous standup

Debra F (au) wrote: Unlike the book, which was in chronological order, the movie jumped around. It's really a shame because it could have been a much more powerful film if it were easier to follow.

Miche S (gb) wrote: Loved every minute of it .....

Gavin M (fr) wrote: Good movie. I expected it to be more like Revolutionary Road, but it ended up being pretty good for what it was. Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckart are perfect together and really believably as a couple struggling with the loss of their only son.

Brent D (mx) wrote: Excellent cast, although the script could have used a little work. The plotline is basically a James Patterson novel set in a high school (which I;m suroprised he hasn't done already, but regardless...). Kendrick manages to do a great job, but everyone else is trapped by the script. Some great midwest scenery and an ability to hide just who did what make this a worthwhile show.

David B (es) wrote: While not the pinnacle of Faust, Lunacy is definitely a Svankmajer classic and an interesting lens on themes of sanity and free will. Although the film is a Philosophical critique of society, and thus the degree of realism in terms of actual psychiatry shouldn't be weighed against too seriously, mental illness as presented in the film was a little cliche, even if projected back in time to the era of the asylum. That is my only complaint, however. The parallel use of stop animation techniques involving meat products serves as eye candy at first, but becomes sublime in retrospect at the film's finale - keep an eye on them throughout. And churchy folks beware, the film is blasphemous to all hell.

Richard T (au) wrote: The best (but also the only) "haunted whorehouse" movie I have seen.

Ahmed M (mx) wrote: Not entertaining or interesting, surprised how a movie got made out of it.

Jen M (jp) wrote: Great Kevin Costner is fine for teens. Ages 13+

Randy H (mx) wrote: This is a classic flick that quite possibly is my favorite baseball or even sports movie of all time and is a very underrated effort. It could be filed into the category of one of the best films you haven't seen and one of the best HBO films ever produced. The movie stars three would be stars: William Peterson (highest paid TV show character actor -- $500,000 per episode), Virginia Madsen, and Dermot Mulroney. All three nail there parts. Peterson, as Stud Cantrell (great name), is the classic career minor leaguer and champion among his teammates; Madsen as the sexy and fast Dixie Lee Boxx (great name) who tries to make Stud into an honest man, while becoming an honest woman; and Mulroney as Jamie Weeks--the green as hell (sorry, heck) country boy who plays a mean second base and idolizes Stud, threatening his captivating innonence and subsequentally his country charm. The movie has a wonderfully backyard, old school baseball feel to it. [i]Long Gone[/i] deals with some pretty serious issues with some fun and a lot of humor along the way. (Luckily Peterson did not turn the role down -- as he did star roles in [i]Platoon, Goodfellas, and Heat.[/i]) Peterson has been quoted as saying [i]Long Gone [/i]is the most fun he has ever had making a film and you can quote me as saying that it is (almost) the most fun I have ever had watching one.

Matt M (ag) wrote: A dance man picks up a new partner after a drunken night and after his old one abandoned the act. Infatuations and small revenge plots lad to intriguing situations that make this a delightfully witty romantic comedy with some likeable twists and some excellent musical numbers. Furthermore, this is the one and only time Fred Astaire and Judy Garland, two musical legends, shared the big screen.