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Kyle J (br) wrote: I can write a whole five-page article of why this movie is terrible. However, the main problem this movie has, for well over half of it, is its focus... The movie has no idea what plot and/or characters the audience should focus on and care about, at all. It jumps around from subplot to subplot, and keeps adding unnecessary new characters left-and-right. Blue Sky should seriously consider themselves to stop making sequels. Let Dreamworks or perhaps Disney/Pixar do it instead.
Joan H (ag) wrote: Fresh, hilarious and disturbingly heartwarming entertainment. These two should be a regular paring for future adventures! Well worth every moment!
Caesar M (au) wrote: Films that have a run time that is below an hour and half are a risky endeavor. Usually the length of a film isn't a solid indication of a film quality, but tell its audience how much of their time is either going to be rewarded or wasted on it. GYO: Tokyo Fish Attack falls in the category that is left for individual viewers to determine for themselves. As someone who enjoys seeing films with wacky premises both it strengths and weaknesses arrive from the writing. GYO: Tokyo Fish Attack is follows Kaori and her friends vacation to celebrate their upcoming graduation, when suddenly an infestation of mysterious walking fish forces them to reevaluate everything they care about in order to stay alive. It's a premise that demands very little thought and has even less intelligence. For starter it plays against following a single genre rules switching it up as it goes along. Starting as a slasher film, than turning into a siege film, a mad scientist film, and ending with post apocalyptic. As clever as the structuring might be keeping the story interesting with it different paths it corners itself when it comes to telling the story. Characterization is easily the weakest aspect of the film. Characters simply represent a shallow theme hardly building upon it for any meaningful insight. Attempts at genre riffing are made clear without anything clever to say about them simply acknowledging their existence. The lead herself plays against the damsel in distress by being the heroine of the film. This in turn also undermines giving her a compelling journey. The whole got to save my fiancee motivation is easy to get behind, but learning very little about the protagonist just makes her part of the scenery and without knowing much of heroine fiancee it questions if he's worth fighting against a mutated spider-shark. Explanations on the question presented are intentionally left unanswered. Spending more on getting to the next set piece and less on developing it's no surprise the explanation given are bizarre. Hinting at possibilities to an answer, but never confirming leaving it a mystery. Some will scratch their head, others will think nothing of it other than it was fun, but the intention to cause fear with the ending fails because of how it told was story. Animation is passable at best. There's no complicated sets, movements, or designs that makes it visuals leave much of an impression. Usually empathizing on facial expressions is done well even if the viewer and character feelings are different about the current situation. Leaving a lot to desire it moves smoothly. The 3D animated fish come across with mixed results. They work because they stand out an oddity against the hand drawn backdrop, but at the same time hardly integrated into the film. There are shots where dozens of 3D fish are roaming the streets although the lack of prominent screen time containing very few scene where sea creatures are attacking the city. Voice acting is decent granted the cast had shallow characters to work with. Given the roles the voice talent were given they come across as solid at best putting more emotion in a character that's one dimensional. GYO: Tokyo Fish Attack has a specific audience in mind alienating many by concealing its weakness. Having very little in terms of characters and not even bothering to build on its idea the intention is clear leaving little to experience in between. With no worthwhile investment to come from the characters, story, genre riffs, or it deluded execution towards it goal results from a film that leaves you empty handed.
Claudette A (de) wrote: One of those telemovies. The acting was poor but storyline was ok.
Ben R (ru) wrote: Interesting film, in that it was produced by Steven Soderbergh and is the first film shot entirely with green-screen environments. This is its point of interest, but also its downfall. The technology was not yet quite up to the task and the ideas meant to be conveyed are loftier than the cast and crew had the talent to pull off. The acting is stiff, the writing barely inspired, and the direction seems to have come from a man in over his head. Still, it's worth checking out and if you're able (no pun intended) to step outside of the story and watch the film as just that, a film work, the subject matter concerning real v. artificial becomes even more intriguing.
Judge L (us) wrote: First time I watched this when it came out I thought the first part of the movie was spooky. Have not seen it for quite some time...was fun to go back and re-watch it. "Affleck, you da bomb in Phantoms, yo!"
Ariana SB (de) wrote: I have to say I'm blown away by the makeover and plot. The effects and action would not leave you disappointed.
Ryan C (es) wrote: "Tommy Boy" is a classic and hilarious film starring two of comedies best duets ever: Chris Farley and David Spade. The jokes are frequent and it has a big heart, but the end of the day it is just another way for Chris Farley to charm the pants off you.
Astrid Carolina R (de) wrote: emocionante dramtica explosiva un recuadro y estudio profundo de la soledad y la desesperacin de la perdida de un ser querido ademas un vistazo de una forma de vida despu (C)s de la muerte una conjunto inexpresable de sentimientos encontrados por parte de los personajes y una interpretacin brillante totalmente.
Joshua G (ca) wrote: A slasher films from 1988 which looks as if it was shot on the same camera that a Soap Opera might have used. Okay for some, but it's just overall Trash.
Fred M (ag) wrote: En un prometedor inicio, el pistolero emprende junto a su aprendiz la bsqueda de la iluminacin. Recorren establos con cadveres humanos y animales por todos lados, colgados y en el suelo. Ms adelante en el desierto estn los mariachis, escenas notablemente desagradables los muestran metindose a la boca tacones y piedras que en el suelo dibujan un pubis. La ansiedad provocada por ausencia femenina est presente tambin en el campamento jesuta, donde soldados disfrazan, maquillan, besan y bailan con los misioneros cautivos. El descubrimiento de la religin y del sexo opuesto por parte del pistolero marca el punto en que se pone pattico tanto l como la pelcula. La mujer que ha remplazado al nio lo manda batallar maestros pistoleros para merecerla, tipo Scott Pilgrim, y el pistolero gana y gana con puras trampas. Una vez finalizada la campaa de duelos, las mujeres lo repudian por las trampas que le incentivaron a cometer, y lo abandonan. Cabe mencionar que a esta altura han sonado ya ms balazos de los que se puede tolerar en una sola pelcula. El pistolero se reinventa a s mismo y se propone liberar a una comunidad de discapacitados que est prisionera en una cueva. 4/10