Godzilla and Mothra: The Battle for Earth
In the midst of another rampage by Godzilla, Mothra emerges to save the human race from Battra.
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Tamatai N (ag) wrote: An enjoyable yet heavily flawed film that feels like it should have been awesome, but doesn't quite get there. There are some fantastic concepts in here but it feels like the film-makers are trying to cram too many of them into a measly 97-minute running time. However, if you're at all a fan of dark, surreal sci-fi (i.e. Cube, Dark City, etc.) it's well worth seeing as it's still a quite decent and fascinating piece of work.
Alan N (nl) wrote: In many ways a rather typical Tom Cruise vehicle, but the sci-fi elements are done well and the action scenes are, on the whole, enjoyable.
Sandro B (fr) wrote: A parte musical, que ocupa 80% do filme, terrvel. Pseudo msica africana; a tpica "macumba pra gringo". Fora isso, poderia ter sido um grande filme.
Martin O (kr) wrote: Tripe!Just a load of ideas thrown in a film -none of which were good.Another example of Ben Affleck movie without beard = shite
Demonic N (au) wrote: This looks really crap.
Oliver H (de) wrote: ...this rather convoluted sequel to the 1975 classic Chinatown is for sure not Chinatown! ;-)
Akramul i (de) wrote: "Mr Kane was a man who had everything, maybe Rosebud was something he lost or couldn't get". That's right!He was a humble man, he was a King, he was a thatchiest, he was a thinker, he was an asshole - but an American. Charles Foster Kane was a future president to the public and an arrogant man to those closest to him, yet despite that he was a man we all could admire and feel sorry for. All he wanted in the end... was just to go back to who he once was, a boy and his snow sled.
Yasuka H (gb) wrote: An incredible and innovative story plot that is quite uplifting with plenty of ass kicking action from beautiful women.
Sam M (jp) wrote: In a quest to face her past and find her lost son, Philomena continues to believe in God. A true story that allows the clash between beliefs, classes and morals. The movie Philomena (2013) directed by Stephan Frears, starring Judi Dench and Steve Coogan, tells us the story of Philomena Lee, an Irish old lady who was strained to work in the Magdalene asylum due to pregnancy out of wedlock by the catholic church in 1952. Then, Lee was forced to put her son, Anthony, into adoption. She encounters an unemployed journalist, Martin Sixsmith, who agrees to help her find her son and then publish her story. After fifty years, what do they expect to find? The purpose of the journey to uncover the hearts of the mothers similar to Philomena, who suffered to "atone their sins" with the loss of their children. The director Stephan Fears presentation that evoked the emotions of the viewer in addition to the acting abilities of Dench and Coogan have illuminated the story of a mother and child in an emotionally magnificent way. Despite the difference in origin and time, the viewers are put in a situation to question the beliefs of modernism. Before looking at the form of the film, one would look at the context of the film. The story exposed a form of oppression against teenage mothers with excuses of following the will of the bible. However, this oppression has provided for churches an income to stay by putting children for adoption for a certain price. Nowadays, this treatment has faded to the ground due to the lack in God's existence in people. Strangely even after leaving the church for many years, the protagonist (Philomena) continued to treat the nuns in the catholic church of Sean Ross Abby well, which showed great devote to the God and Jesus. Judi Dench's portrayal of this honest and religiously devote woman was superb, with elements of good emotional expression and tone. On the other hand, the character of Martin opposed that of Philomena. He believed that what the church did was unforgiveable and needs to be address. This character presented the audience's emotions from now then regarding the church's actions towards Philomena and her son. The film did not present complex cinematic techniques the simplicity of the techniques mimicked the subtle air surrounding the film as a whole.For Philomena, the significance was both in the words being spoken, since the film was dialogue-heavy, and in facial expression in particular the focus seemed to be on the expression of the eyes. This meant that throughout the film there were a lot of close-ups focusing on the character's face and body within the shot. these techniques were very simple, moreover, the intent was very obvious: watch this person's face. This is because a person's face will tell us a lot more about what the characters thinking and feeling than what can be said during the dialogue. Another thing to appreciate in the presentation of the film is the static look of the movie. there were lots of moments where the audience is staring at a car driving down the road or people walking along. Nothing too complicated.A great example of this is when the movie portrayed the oppression and the prejudice that occurred in the catholic church. the cinematography was nothing too extraordinary; the scene was taken with polished angles and the lighting was dimmed. This set the gloomy atmosphere that the film was portraying. This style of cinematography was done to try to mimic reality in order to capture the emotions of the audience. In addition, the film was not told chronologically, it was edited using flashbacks and the home videos to represent what has happened in the past. the film was color-corrected to present the struggles and emotions through less-saturation.Philomena goes for some gags, but at the center of the movie lies a powerful drama. While the film has a sentimental feel that according to the words of Sixsmith 'weak-minded, vulnerable ignorant people" it also builds into a striking and surprising contemplation on the dilemma of religious belief.
George20 R (br) wrote: Off beat for sure but a treat for the mind. And the musical choices are right on
Joseph P (es) wrote: Movie for harlock fans only