Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence

Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence

Groundbreaking director Mamoru Oshii continues to push the boundaries of art and anime with this universally acclaimed cyber thriller following cyborg detective Batou as he tries to unravel the reasons for a murderous robot revolt in the year 2032. A quest for a killer that becomes a mind bending search for the meaning of life.

In the year 2032, Batô, a cyborg detective for the anti-terrorist unit Public Security Section 9, investigates the case of a female robot--one created solely for sexual pleasure--who slaughtered her owner. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Gaurav S (us) wrote: Go Goa Gone is genuinely a great desi take on Zombies. I'm not a big fan of hollywood zom-coms but Go Goa gone worked really well for me. Although the second half feels a lil dragged, but it's a great attempt because the humor is very fresh! It's atleast is much better than the crap films releasing every week! It's not excellent, but it definitely is super fun!!!

Elton G (ru) wrote: Adding the element of time travel to the X-Men franchise, Days of Future Past doubles up on everything: the action, the special effects, the twists, the character development and adds some new characters while not feeling overstuffed.

MF J (ag) wrote: Total waste of time watching this terrible film. Too bad because the story is quite ok, the cast is good but somehow the film feels completely useless.... when i look back on it i still wonder why?Why did i watch this, why did they make a film like this? anyways...to be avoided.

anthony m (kr) wrote: This is one of the worst movies I have ever seen, I have never seen such a misguided film in my life, what a complete waste of time. Al Paciano gives the most pathetic performance of his career, this movie felt like it wanted to be Cheech and Chong meets The Godfather, completely unwatchable.

Nicole P (mx) wrote: these guys are very funny.

Sarah H (es) wrote: The story was a little too out there, seriously I still didn't think those two liked each other when they were supposed to be in love. The Canadian actress' teeth were so gross too, they were nearly British. It was kinda funny, but at times it was too long, the songs weren't as good as most Bollywood films. I guess if I could believe they actually liked eachother, it would be better.

Katrina P (us) wrote: a comic love story, she gets the guy in the end and ends up with the perfect life. pretty good

Tim S (jp) wrote: Jean-Luc Godard's For Ever Mozart, which is a French bilingual pun, is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to how complicated Godard's work is. It's usually scattered all over the place with little to no narrative and contains a series of situations and images overlaid with interrupted soundtracks. It's all just one large form of expression. The answers aren't just handed over to you and it's ultimately up to you as to what to make out of all of it. While it showcases war briefly, specifically the Bosnian conflict of the early 90's, it also features extensive ruminations on acting and filmmaking, as well as philosophy (quite often having not much to do with the scenes at hand). But there's artistry at work, and you know it while you're watching it.

Krista B (kr) wrote: Weird, and really awesome at the same time. Hiruko the Goblin is one of those movies you have to see just to say you've seen it, because when you're breaking out cans of WD40 to do battle with goblins reminiscent of the spider from The Thing, you know you have a winner.

Greg W (es) wrote: u find urself waiting 4 this one to end

Greg W (ca) wrote: doesnt copme together

Al L (de) wrote: i grew up with these movies! love em ! not for kids! British Comedy love the seires!

Alfin N (nl) wrote: Weirdest love story is always the best?