While Nobita is sleeping, he suddenly feels the floor is trembling, like there would be an earthquake in his room. A little rabbit from an alternate universe named Chamii opens the door between the dimensions using a hammer and gets inside Nobita's room through the floor. Nobita wakes up and Doraemon hears somebody steal food from the fridge in the kitchen. It is Chamii, who gets caught by Doraemon and Nobita. She shows them the passageway through Nobita's floor into the spaceship. After they enter the spaceship, they see Koya Koya Planet. They meet a boy named Roppuru. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Dustin G (it) wrote: A beautiful, beautiful film about a true master of filmmaking.The english title is perfect and is as much about Studio Ghibli as it is about Miyazaki himself.On the surface it's about a man making a movie, but it's also a touching portrait of perfectionism, ageing, work ethic and even depression.I've always loved Miyazaki's work and I truly hope The Wind Rises isn't his last film. But even if it is, it's a hell of a way to go out.Overall this is probably one of the best films I've ever seen about filmmaking and filmmakers.
Gary T (us) wrote: proper shite ...avoid ..!!!
John R (gb) wrote: 141011: Movies like this always make me wonder what the truth really is. Tragic story of which the producers obviously had a position. Not sure what the true story is, but always saddened by films featuring human hate. It's ok but can't give it more than three.
Victor M (mx) wrote: Working in EMS requires a lot of adrenaline and enough strength not to be afflicted by the ones you cannot save. Frank Pierce and Mary Burke are looking for their redemption but they don't know where to search. One anthology scene when Marcus, Frank's partner that night, improvises a "miracle resuscitation" for a junky, taking advantage of their mates.
Stephen C (ag) wrote: Even average Mike Hodges is better than some directors can manage their whole career and if we are led to believe the film was messed about with after Hodges completed it and the rumour is his cut is miles better.As it stands the miscasting (Hoskins as a priest!!!!!!!!!!!!) and Rourkes strange accent hamper the film and stop it from being an interesting comment on the torment caused by one killers mistake.When Rourke kills a bus load of School kids in Northen Ireland ,he flees to London and tries to stay undercover .This doesnt last as sadistic London gangster Jack Meehan puts him to work.This leads to Hoskins witnessing Rourke offing a guy in his church and the film leads to a climax on the church roof.Hodges does have some interesting points but Bill Contis score wrecks the films drive and Liam Neeson who plays Rourkes friend would have been better as the lead.That said you do get a nasty performance from Alan Bates as Meehan and Bob Hoskins does get to stove someones head in with a dustbin lid,so all is not lost but it should have been a lot better if it had been as Hodges intended.
John D (mx) wrote: Great 60's "Disney U.K." family film that few in the U.S. have seen, with a great cast of child actors, the enchanting Susan Hampshire, and ever-intense Patrick McGoohan making it seem so real, no matter what!
Matthew W (it) wrote: This movie is a fun action suspense thriller.
Ola G (ca) wrote: Max Lewinsky (James McAvoy), a London detective failed to apprehend arch-criminal Jacob Sternwood (Mark Strong) during an extended post-robbery chase. Three years later, when the still physically and emotionally damaged Max gets a second chance at his old nemesis when Jacob's teenage son (Elyes Gabel), clearly following in his father's footsteps, winds up in a hospital in police custody after a botched robbery, prompting Jacob to return from his comfortable retirement in Iceland. The ensuing cat-and-mouse game, in which Jacob is aided by his longtime older mentor Roy Edwards (Peter Mullan), becomes increasingly complex, as Max finds himself caught up in a shady conspiracy between politics and the upper reaches of the police department that may involve his chief Commander Thomas Geiger (David Morrissey)..."Welcome to the Punch" has the looks of a crime caper in the style of Michael Manns "Heat" in the opening sequence, but fails to deliver the rest of the running time. The movie is blend, not very intriguing, somewhat boring and under developed in several areas. Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian rated it 2/5 stars and called it an ambitious but predictable film that "runs out of steam" by the end. Frank Scheck of The Hollywood Reporter wrote, "But despite its fast pacing and well-staged action set-pieces, the film fails to make much of an impression." That is what I felt as well. The ambition might have been there, the cast was there, but the story and end result was not there. My only treat in "Welcome to the Punch" was the lovely Andrea Riseborough.