Kurumi’s heart was broken by the sudden death of her boyfriend in a tragic airplane accident. By melding futuristic technology with the binary equivalent of human emotion, a brilliant scientist created an ultra-lifelike robotic surrogate to take Hal’s place – and lure Kurumi from her shroud of solitude.
- Stars:Yoshimasa Hosoya, Yôko Hikasa, Mamoru Miyano, Tamio Ôki, Shinpachi Tsuji, Rin Mizuhara, Hikari Yono, Uko Tachibana, Shôko Tsuda, Ikki, Kanami Satou, Hiroki Goto, Anrisa Nishiguchi, Ryô Kuratomi,
- Director:Ryôtarô Makihara,
- Writer:Izumi Kizara
The story takes place in a technologically advanced society in which robots can be programmed to behave like a complete human. A robot is asked to replace Hal, who died in an accident, to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(es) wrote: eine tolle hauptdarstellerin rettet den durchschnittlichen film der aber trotzdem spass macht
(jp) wrote: The 'Saw' genre has spun wildly out of control. Now we're just getting movies with pointless sadism. Add "Live Animals" to list of schlock.
(kr) wrote: I remember chuckling after first learning the premise of this movie. Such a zany set-up could result in an all-time classic comedy, I thought -- a great idea with a stellar cast, all under the command of a capable director. What could possibly derail this movie's potential? As it turns out, the answer to the question was a script that wasn't nearly as ambitious and clever as its synopsis led this reader to believe. There are big laughs for sure, but they occur much too infrequent. I think where the writers erred was making the actual dinner referenced in the title such a small part of the movie. I would have preferred a more high-brow concept, more akin to a movie with a similar story, such as "The Party," starring Peter Sellers. Early on, the dinner is mentioned and we are informed about the cruel intentions of the event's host. What follows is sporadic talk about the dinner itself, while Rudd's character grows increasingly annoyed with Carell's character, who he cannot shake and who makes his life increasingly complicated. Rudd and Carell work well together. Audiences knew that going in, based on their previous co-starring projects. They do as much as they can with the script they were given, and the audience is rewarded with some genuinely hilarious bits. The dinner sequence itself was worth waiting for, especially once Carell and Galifianakis are allowed to square off in a memorable scene. The movie could have used more of that and perhaps it would have attained the loftiest heights, as I had initially considered. The makers did get the more serious elements right -- Rudd's character discovers his sense of decency and Carell's eccentric character earns a friend -- but I only wish the overall focus and tone had been adjusted slightly. In spite of any disappointment, I still can recommend the film... just don't expect to place it among your favorite comedies.
(de) wrote: Nominated for the Best Sports Movie ESPY Award, "Miracle" is inspirational movie based on true events. Director Gavin O'Connor did an amazing job at finding actors to portray the coach and the players on the hockey team. Coach Herb Brooks, played amazingly by actor Kurt Russell, is called to coach the United States olympic hockey team. Composed of only college all-stars, Herb unites them against a universal foe: the USSR's hockey team. Coached by the infamous Viktor Tikhonov, the Soviet's team is intimidating and extremely talented. Overcoming several obstacles, the US team fights their way through the Olympics in their quest for gold, but the communist Russians stand in their way. From a filmmaking standpoint, Dan Stoloff, the cinematographer, had some very creative camera movements. For example, he attached a camera to a person on skates in the hockey game which gave an interesting perspective. Dan also had an ingenious dolly movement to show Herb's emotions in one of the locker room scenes. John Gilroy, the editor did a satisfactory job of telling the story through smooth cuts and slow motion at just the right times. My favorite character was Jim Craig (Eddie Cahill), because I can relate to him as a goalie and he is an essential character. Although sports movies are not usually my preference, this is a must-see. Since it is based on a true story, it is more believable than other athletic-based movies. Although I would not recommend this for children, because it has a lot of foul language and some thematic elements throughout, teens and adults alike will thoroughly enjoy this classic.
(nl) wrote: Dark and violent cop thriller from Woo Ping Yuen. I watched the second one first, but all three entries in the trilogy are unrelated. This one has some good fight scenes and plenty of twists.
(br) wrote: I don't care about you bald Nazi guy, couple with the dog, annoying gypsies, 14 year old girl who looks like she's 30 and etc. I only care about the ship's doctor.And it's funny how the Jewish guy is so tolerant and friendly in the movie when in the book, he seemed the most neurotic, phobic, racist person out of everyone .
(it) wrote: Engaging and sometimes moving, but it has lost some of its effect nowadays. 57/100
(fr) wrote: Superb film in every respect, from the animation, story, characters to the music, all 10/10. Coraline herself is a great character to watch and enjoy. The animation of the film is just great. All the characters they included have a purpose beyond just a laugh, and none of them are annoying (nor do they verge on being annoying). Pacing and mood of the film are also great. The music is excellent for setting that up.It is relaxing to watch the first half and thrilling on the other. The character designs are great (Coraline herself is very cute) and the same goes for the rest of the cast, especially the villain. Have watched it many times and still love every minute. Highly recommend.
(jp) wrote: Richer and much more expansive than any of the other Underworld films, this is a prequel that manages to capitalize on the previous chapters without being overly nostalgic or self-indulgent.