It is 300 years into the future. Earth's environment had been devastated by mankind's own foolish plans and humankind is beleaguered by the sentient forests which they have awoken. The ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gin-iro no kami no Agito
It is 300 years into the future. Earth's environment had been devastated by mankind's own foolish plans and humankind is beleaguered by the sentient forests which they have awoken. The ...
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Greg W (au) wrote: based on true story VG epic drama
Dann M (au) wrote: The cult horror film Trick 'r Treat is a clever and well-crafted anthology film that delivers some frightful scares. The stories of a group of kids collecting jack-o-lanterns, a homicidal school principal, 4 young girls on the prowl, and a mischievous treat-or-treater all come together and intertwine on one fateful All Hallows' Eve. Featuring Anna Paquin, Brian Cox, Leslie Bibb, Dylan Baker, and Britt McKillip, the film has a strong cast. And, director Michael Dougherty does a good job at creating an atmospheric and foreboding tone. Also, the costumes have a quaint Americana feel that gives them a timeless quality. However, a couple of the plots are a little hard to follow, and some of the comedy doesn't work. Yet despite a few rough edges, Trick 'r Treat is a fun and entertaining homage to the spirit of Halloween.
John S (es) wrote: I might just be biased to Godard's post French New Wave work, but I didn't enjoy nearly as much as his French New wave films. The structure and storytelling is executed beautifully, and I'll admit that his dialogue, though maybe misguided, is as crisp and yummy as ever. The parallelism is clever and I'm glad I can still detect hints of his childlike innovative thirst that I loved from the 60's. Godard is a genius, but I don't like how his directorial style has aged over the years.
Cynthia S (ag) wrote: Disturbing film documenting the death and destruction of a nation torn apart by religious differences. Some very disturbing scenes of babies and children caught in the midst of the killing, and insanity. The actual footage used in this movie is really difficult to view, but needed to be shown. The newspeople covering the stories in these war torn countries are very brave (or crazy?) people. Kudos to them.....
Hou Boun K (nl) wrote: Wasn't as funny as the first one. Plus the storyline is so cliche of East Asian cinema I might even cry. Good for the odd watch though
Wildom D (br) wrote: another Bronson movie, which means FAWKIN AWESOME!
Dave J (ag) wrote: Thursday, July 14, 2011 (1975) Escape To Witch Mountain FANTASY/ ADVENTURE/ SCIENCE- FICTION Enjoyable film from Disney, about two orphaned children who're already aware about their psychic abilities and levitation powers go on an odyssey in search of their missing parents and to learn about their identites with a wealthy mogul and it's cohorts searching for them as well for the intentions of exploitation! Despite some average acting, I found the reactions and it's situations are more credible than say a film like the first "Spiderman" film directed by Sam Raimi, where it would show a scene of a young Mary Jane slipping and Peter Parker would just catche her and all the continents on her food tray and the reaction from the crowd was 'what a freak!' as opposed to this film, everybody just moves away and with their silence, staying back as if afraid that they're not like the other children! This film also has similar overtones to Spielberg's multi-million dollar hit E.T. because of the flying camper and the fact that they're trying to find their way home! The first of 3 films! 3 out of 4
Senor C (us) wrote: TV movies back from the 70s hold more interest to me then those of today. They often took a drive-in concept & down played it to a television level. Moon of the Wolf actually plays like something that could have been on the circuit back in the day just playing itself very close to the chest because of budget & what was allowed by censors. That's not to say it doesn't have its campy charms because the actual werewolf design (once you actually get to see it instead of just being POV) reeks of low budget cheese wiz but Id eat it on toast any day. A little slow in spots but that is mostly due to its television pacing its fortunate to have Geoffery Lewis in the cast which make this rise above on occasion
Alejandra V (mx) wrote: Una de esas pelis de nios que veras una y otra vez. Qu recuerdos!
Jo Y (nl) wrote: My favorite couple..
Kyle M (jp) wrote: Even though the stunning motion capture animation gladly bring visualization to the Old English poem, the only faithfulness this adaptation manage to do is the spirit and bringing in few of the brought-up interpretations on the writing to the film. It's one of those adaptations from literature that went to the filmic approach than staying to the text, especially ignoring most of the poem's theme and nature as the portrayal is flawed. (B)(Full review coming soon)
bill s (ca) wrote: Bad,boring and predictable and that's just the acting.