Gammera the Invincible

Gammera the Invincible

An atomic explosion awakens Gammera, a giant fire breathing turtle monster from his millions of years of hibernation.

An atomic explosion awakens Gammera--a giant, fire-breathing turtle monster--from his millions of years of hibernation. Enraged at being roused from such a sound sleep, he takes it out on Tokyo. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Indra W (gb) wrote: I never heard of Spencer Lofranco before, but I really like his portrayal of James Burns, that was some character.

Serge F (mx) wrote: It's a masterpiece - every moment of this film touches your feelings.. you will be amused..

Anton D (au) wrote: For what this film is, it hits its mark wonderfully as nothing more than a couple kids who against all adversity, just want to go see their favorite band play; and in a time when: makeup, Donna Summer, high heels, and rock'n'roll ruled the universe. If you've ever wanted to do something you're not allowed to do-which should be 99% of the people on this planet, unless you're a fucking nun-then you'll find joy in a movie like this. No this is not Terms of Endearment, and no you will not cry and rethink the meaning of laugh; but you'll laugh, and that-arguably-triumphs everything.

Matthew W (fr) wrote: I love this movie; I appear to be in the minority with my opinion, which is what motivated me to make an account and post. I watch Vegas Vacation and Christmas Vacation at least once a year, and the original Vacation and Euro vacation about once every 2 years. These will always be classic movies for me and my family. I used to watch Christmas Vacation as a kid, and now i put like 50,000 christmas lights up with my son and we have a blast. Vegas Vacation is a movie that makes me think of Las Vegas with a fond, nostalgic feeling. I judge movies on how they make me feel; I put the Vacation movies near the top of my list for making me feel happy and laugh. Comedies are my favorite, and in my opinion, this is one of the highly underrated comedy masterpieces.

Jon C (jp) wrote: the first half of this movie takes its time to build some momentum but by the 2nd half it got betterPaul Hogan truly embodies Mick Dundee having grown up in the Australian outback and not having quite the same upbringing as us American folkhe wrestles crocs, drinks at a local pub, an gets along quite famously with people and animalswhen a journalist Sue comes to his homeland for a newsworthy article she decides to explore his surroundings as well as introduce him to hersonce they make the trip to NY it turns into an adorable fish-out-of-water story, yeah we've seen it countless times but its so heartwarming to watch Dundee try to get accustomed to our cultural normsthere's a lot of laughs and you really buy the undeniable chemistry between Hogan and Kozlowski, deep down they know what they truly want from this tiny experiment the films also ends with quite a smile-maker

Staush P (ru) wrote: It's exactly what you think it is.

Dave J (jp) wrote: Wednesday, March 27, 2013(1983) Revenge Of The NinjaACTIONThe best ninja film actor Sho Kosugi had ever done since it's displaying many different kinds of weapons as opposed to using a gun, and they're many preposterous tricks including tiny spikes in the mouth and fake grabbing arm and so forth...The preposterous set up regards an old Caucasion friend tricking his ninja friend to set -up a Japanese art gallery display in the US as opposed to his native Japan after much of his family members had been slaughtered. The plot serves no purpose other than a backdrop to many action situations, which the main star's rare Japanese doll collection are filled with heroin. Included is a cool ivory looking ninja mask.Some of the acrobatics are obviously done by trampoline and by doubles, and the high jumps from the ledges onto mats but plenty of well choreographed sword fighting fights, including a shaft that shoots out fire, with a better musical pumping score this time around.3 out of 4 stars

Lucas M (kr) wrote: A interesting film and a strange tale of survival.

Jared M (es) wrote: I don't know how to say this. This doesn't happen often I'm actually very rarely disgusted by anything. This movie just makes me feel sick, literally. Believe me I love the walking dead. The thing though about people eating till they burst and worms coming out of them just made me wanna vomit. Aside from that I guess its okay. Just that fact which is really central to the movie just ruined it for me.

Kyle M (mx) wrote: The film's fabula is a drama, while the syuzhet is a mystery noir. The overall form is very well-played with signs of being influenced and somewhat influential, next to Joan Crawford's award-winning performance that'd showed actual beauty. (B+)(Full review coming soon)

Tim S (kr) wrote: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Hulce) is a remarkably talented young Viennese composer who unwittingly finds a fierce rival in the disciplined and determined Antonio Salieri (Abraham). Resenting Mozart for both his hedonistic lifestyle and his undeniable talent, the highly religious Salieri is gradually consumed by his jealousy and becomes obsessed with Mozart's downfall, leading to a devious scheme that has dire consequences for both men.

Tori S (de) wrote: Good preformances, but I gueesed the ending way ahead of time.

Torion O (au) wrote: Expect what you've seen from the SNL sketches, only crazier and way more ridiculously goofy.

Amanda G (au) wrote: My little boy loved it x

Dann M (mx) wrote: Mel Brooks delivers a loving homage to the classic Universal Monster Movies with the hilarious Young Frankenstein. Mainly drawn from the first three Frankenstein films (especially Son of Frankenstein), the story follows Dr. Frankenstein's grandson Frederick, who inherits the family estate and discovers his grandfather's private journal which contains the secret to re-animating life. Starring Gene Wilder, Peter Boyle, Teri Garr, and Madeline Kahn, the film has a strong cast; Wilder in particular is outstanding, really nailing the comedy. And Brooks does a brilliant job at emulating the classic look and feel of old Hollywood films. Yet the humor can be a little broad and overly slapsticky at times. Still, Young Frankenstein is incredibly fun and delivers a lot of laughs.