Godzilla Raids Again
In a hastily produced first-sequel to the classic "Gojira", two pilots race back to Japan to inform the government that two giants monsters are on the loose. Soon, the two monsters arrive in Osaka where they resume their battle.
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Qi Z (de) wrote: This proves the point that, as human, we see what we want to see.
Carlos Z (au) wrote: Excellent movie about a complex character who tried to understand and be objective about the concept of violence and evil.
Mel Z (kr) wrote: just awesome, on a kpax level.
Andres G (de) wrote: really good, aldo its sad they never really did a sequel to see how rapunzel life developed.
Erlinda I (es) wrote: Hard, almost painful at time, to watch!
Maarrk H (kr) wrote: Already in 1990, Mike Leigh was showing what a master of chronicling modern British (and by extension, everywhere in general) life he truly is. Timothy Spall's buffoon-act may lapse into near-pantomime from time to time, but otherwise 'Life is Sweet' is a (sorry) sweet prelude to later masterworks like 'Another Year'.
Private U (ru) wrote: Nothing too memorable about this movie. There??s really not much character development for John Dillinger. The only interesting thing to note is that the movie was based on real events, and the people who watched this probably had memories of John Dillinger and probably even used some banks he robbed.
Martyn M (mx) wrote: A "Lost Patrol" movie full of standard wartime action ranging from the reasonable to the logic defying absurd. We are being stalked by 4 snipers, 17 of us equiped with heavy weapons, grenades galore and a flame-thrower, yet our rear guard, 1 man who is lagging so far behind us nobody realises it when, having stopped to pick flowers (< Yes, PICK FLOWERS), the snipers sneek up on him an stab him to death. Last sniper, on finally being flushed out and dieing, uses his last breath to call in artillary support, which makes you wonder why he did not do this in the first place. We continue on in the militarilly illogical mode until the final battle scene, which itself defies military logic, by which time one has lost caring. Couple of the men crack-up under the pressure, as someone always does in one of these films. There's a minefield to contend with, another stereo-type they have not forgot about. A lot of gutso hard-man talk, a lot of gunfire, explosions etc ... Pork Chop Hill is the much better film concerning the Korean War.