The 10th Godzilla film. A boy uses his imagination to take him to Monster Island so he can escape the pains of real life. There he is befriended by Godzilla's son, who helps him with his struggles.
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Niels S (gb) wrote: Pnt kikset spaghettiwestern-pastiche, der slet ikke rammer tonen.
Jonathan B (nl) wrote: I wanted a bit more substance from this movie as I am a huge admirer of both Dawkins and Krauss and the work they do to try to educate the public about their respective fields. The main thrust of the movie is to focus on an unrefereed conversation between the two leading secularists as they embark on a speaking tour . There are some great moments. There's an extended clip of Dawkins on Australian TV debating with a priest who clearly has no concept what he's talking about and a face off between some Muslim demonstrators and an angry crowd of atheists are as funny as they are worrying. However, the key problem with the movie is that it feels a little ragged and unstructured. I like the idea but it sort of falls down due to the lack of challenge...something that both men are more than able to cope with. Maybe there are aspects of secular society that need to celebrate themselves in this way but it was a bit too much like preaching to the converted rather than winning the argument. I think there have been better documentaries exploring the works of these two men and explaining their ideas to a wider audience.
Matt H (gb) wrote: Truly great documentary . Makes the concept of a star who changes his life after fame seem embarrassing.
BellaRay (br) wrote: Sim wants to see, so it must be good!
Matthew H (ca) wrote: When a movie paints Tim Curry as a priest you know it's heavy propaganda.
Charlene B (fr) wrote: Wrong turn in Arizona. No brakes in Colorado. Arrested in Kansas. It's the ultimate family trip.
Angel D (ag) wrote: this one was alright too
Scott M (ca) wrote: such a good soundtrack. such a HORRIBLE movie
Steve B (jp) wrote: These three actors are never been so good! This is a very intelligent and beautiful coming-of-age story by one of my favorite director of all time (of course).
Zoran S (ag) wrote: It's not great but Wenders tries to turn this into an essay on the nature of cinema, identity, and electronic and digital images. It doesn't quite come together but it's worth watching.
Private U (it) wrote: Good movie.....great acoustic hear my train comin'..the passing of a true god among men
Leesha O (ag) wrote: [b][font=Arial Narrow][size=3][color=darkorange]Mr. Sardonicus starring Oskar Homolka, Ronald Lewis and Guy Rolfe.[/color][/size][/font][/b] [font=Arial Narrow][size=3][color=#ff8c00]First off, a very Happy Founders' Day to all other Phi Mus! :) [/color][/size][/font] [font=Arial Narrow][size=3][color=#ff8c00]And now, the film. . .[/color][/size][/font][font=Arial Narrow][size=3][color=#ff8c00]This is a William Castle film, so you know there's a gimmick. The story is of a not-so-nice baron who has a medical problem, and who summons a doctor from England to help him. Add to that the fact that the doctor was/is in love with the baron's wife and you get the old love triangle. [/color][/size][/font][font=Arial Narrow][size=3][color=#ff8c00]After the climax of the film, William Castle appears on-screen to offer the audience the chance to determine the film's closing. Has the villian suffered enough for his actions, or should he be punished some more? This is in the audience's hands, Castle tells us. Members in the theaters would vote by holding up punishment cards--thumbs up meant show the villian mercy; thumbs down meant pile on the punishment. This must have been fun for the folks upon the film's run in 1961.[/color][/size][/font][font=Arial Narrow][size=3][color=#ff8c00]Fun movie with fine performances from the cast.[/color][/size][/font]
LaGina P (it) wrote: A great Western drama. This film introduced me to Kirk Douglas, who has become a favorite of mine. He delivers an incredible performance in this film, which also has great directing and beautiful cinematography.
Private U (de) wrote: Hilarious Bob Hope vehicle. You can tell director Frank Tashlin used to be an animator for Warner Brothers. It's like watching a live action Looney Tunes!
Scott R (ca) wrote: Mormons heading west run into criminals and a group selling horses. The stuffiness of the Mormons was funny and they always blew a ridiculous sounding horn.
Orlok W (us) wrote: A real-life monstrosity in a luridly bizarre B horror film--Lunacy abounds!!
Timothy B (de) wrote: Charming movie with an always outstanding performance by Bette Davis
Adam A (fr) wrote: "Dawn Of The Dead" is a very suspenseful gorefest!
Tabatha T (nl) wrote: I bought this movie really not knowing anything about it but I'm so glad I did its AWESOME. Go rent it.
Richard D (ca) wrote: It pains me to say that I don't like a movie that Ray Harryhausen worked on, but man do I not like this one. The effects work is great, but the incessant terrible comedy relief in this one is really trying.