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Rebecca (es) wrote: seen clips on youtube..looks amazing
Jonathan A (es) wrote: The animation is better but it can't help this movie with what it fails to bring back. Characters from the first movie are ruined, poor jokes, and a plot that is not as creative as the first movie.
Brandon S (kr) wrote: Iishi's followup to Sharkskin Man and Peach Hip Girl is a little more conventional then the norm. Following a family in Japan with every member having some sort of hang up that they must overcome is heartfelt and uplifting. Still smothered in commonplace Japanese bizarre antics, the film is a feast for the eyes and a little on the long side. Regardless still very enjoyable with some scenes that are pure genius.
Shayla M (ca) wrote: Haha awesome family movie!! Max Thieriot's a Hottie! ;D haha
Andrew D (ru) wrote: Unwatchably bad. There were a few laughs but most of it is just underneath the bottom of the barrel comedy, where immaturity reigns. I really liked Poultrygeist!
Will V (jp) wrote: Funny!! A great mid-90's cheesy flick.
Chris C (au) wrote: Rumble In The Bronx serves up solid entertainment through terrific action sequences, subtle humor and another bulls-eye performance by Jackie Chan in this 90's actioner.
Dee L (fr) wrote: A real Native person and mostly true story. Robby Benson in "red face" doesn't come across very well at all and a bad performance. Unfortunate that a real notable Native Americans life story is marred by Hollywood and bad acting.
Tim S (mx) wrote: Stunt Rock is certainly nothing like you've seen before. It's one of those cases where the title is the perfect description of its content: a series of stunts and rock and roll. As it turns out, both are pretty entertaining. The stunts range from falling off buildings and being set on fire to jumping off of a cliff backwards. So if you're into that you'll dig it. The music is Alice Cooper and J.R.R. Tolkien meet Spinal Tap. It's pretty decent hard rock, of which I'm a fan, so if you like that you'll dig it too. There's not really any sort of narrative and it keeps going back and forth from stunts to live rock. It's a different kind of beast. As a film, it's terrible, but it winds up being enjoyable for the sheer entertainment value. It's not something that would work in any time frame either, even if it was released today. If you're into seeing something a bit strange, then by all means.
Patrick W (br) wrote: This is one of the better "disaster films" out there. It is nice because it isn't on a large worldwide scale, but focuses on a small town laying next to a long dormant volcano just named "2nd Most Desirable Place to Live in America" and a volcano expert discovers the volcano may be waking up. The script is very well written and both Hamilton and Brosnan turn in great performances. The action is good and the visuals are great. Underrated film.
Darren P (br) wrote: Absolutely gorgeous production design houses a pretty average plot.
Becca A (fr) wrote: Live boldly. Push yourself. Don't settle.
Lisandro Z (mx) wrote: More of a CGI-fest than I tend to enjoy, but it was alright.