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Seven years after the defeat of the Spiral King, Simon and the Dai-Gurren brigade must set out to the vastness of space to defeat a new threat and save the universe. The last high-stakes battle for Simon and his team is about to begin.
Seven years after the defeat of the Spiral King, Simon and the Dai-Gurren brigade must set out to the vastness of space to defeat a new threat and save the universe. The last high-stakes battle for Simon and his team is about to begin. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gekijô ban Tengen toppa guren ragan: Ragan hen torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Poetic. Stunning. Haunting. Says so much with so little.
(es) wrote: Totalna nuda i bana?. Scenariusz pozbawiony logiki, pisany na kolanie. Plus dobrze znany ju? wcze?niej w polskiej kinematografii bia?y ko? uciaprany czerwon? farb?.
(gb) wrote: Michael Douglas is fascinating to watch on screen in this even if you are rooting against him. He keeps you guessing from scene to scene and so does the film. An unlikable leading man with a womanizing obsession is a hard ship to steer, but Solitary Man does it as good as possible.
(ag) wrote: 11 years ago when this came out, I loved this movie like nobody else on the planet, I had my dad take me to it at least 4 times in the theater and now I can really see all of the problems this film has. Nothing here really stands out and the script is weak in my opinion. All the jokes fail to make you laugh, the characters are one dimensional, the acting is bland and not very good, and most of the action disappoints. When Cody Banks would look like he is doing a stunt, it is clearly obvious that there were stunt doubles doing all the work because the camera at times would just film his legs and they could have done a better job at making it look like Frankie Muniz was doing the skateboarding and snowboarding. The cgi and green screen whenever it showed was weak and wasn't convincing at all. Frankie Muniz was only okay in my opinion, but he didn't contribute much of anything. Hilary Duff came off as a bland actress and she wasn't believable at all, she was only put on here because of her Lizzie McGuire show and for her looks and not for her nonexistent acting abilities. Connor Widdows as Cody's brother Alex was annoying and I hated every moment he was on screen. Ian McShane played a very weak villain and all he does is walk around and talk about his evil plan. Flaws aside, the only things I liked about this easily forgettable movie were that I thought that the fight scenes were mildly entertaining and were decently choreographed and I thought the plot involving the nanobots was believable and interesting.
(mx) wrote: Though it is heavily formulaic and far from Home Alone's charm, Getting Even With Dad still has some laughs and a lot of heart along with Macaulay Culkin's decent, clever performance.
(gb) wrote: I saw this in the theater when it came out and had fond memories. I'm so pleased to report that the re-watching proved equally delightful. Kline's and Field's physical comedy is superb. Such fun! Yummy. With a spoon.
(kr) wrote: It's not that it was bad, it's just that I didn't really like it. Kim Basinger looks pretty hot though so that's a plus. Too bad it didn't feel like a Bond film.
(nl) wrote: Quintessential indie kung-fu revenge classic. The villains are outrageously camp, the dubbing is comedy gold, the weapons are laughably gimmicky, the plot twists are hilariously inane, and there isn't a trace of that lame intentional humor that never works in this genre. The planets just aligned the right way and a perfect piece of trash cinema was born.
(de) wrote: This is a war time propaganda movie. For Bogart it's a bit thin. Many of the supporting cast became well known television stars in the fifties. Most famous among them were Phil Silvers and Jackie Gleason. Though the film is on the light side I really like it.
(jp) wrote: Excellent movie. Great acting. Great story. Great filming.
(ru) wrote: So boring and outdated, not even close to being a thriller. Also there is a beautiful 25 y/o Kim Novak in this movie, what is she doing with a 50 y/o James Stewart???