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Jon T (us) wrote: This is a portmanteau movie with four tales more or less welded together. Anyone thinking of watching should know it is extremely violent with very realistic portrayals. It also includes scenes of animal cruelty. It is not a consciously artist film but a sort of state of the nation report by someone shocked at the greed, corruption, exploitation and violence accompanying modernisation. The stories portrayed would have been known to a contemporary Chinese audience and each represents events which symbolise the experience of many Chinese people. The film was made just before the change of leadership of the country and many of the issues underpin current approaches to policy. The irony is the accompanying clampdown on freedom of expression means this type of film cannot now be made.
Juliano R (br) wrote: I was looking for another french movie to watch this week and I came across this belgian/french movie about a singer who got stuck with his broken van in the middle of a forest and then is helped by a local guy, who apparently is looking for his lost dog. They went to an old inn located not so far from where he left his van. The hotel's owner is happy to accommodate an artist, as he was back in the days, and then the singer falls into a spiral of madness, humiliation and violance. The movie is considered an horror movie, but is more like a phsycological thriller as we see the agony of the singer develops through the climax. It is a good art, not-mainstream kind of movie, with a suggestive ending.
Steven P (ag) wrote: a nice cinematic throwback to another time
Alaine B (gb) wrote: This felt like humor from at least a couple decades ago rather than 1997. If you like English-ish humor you'll probably enjoy this. I thought it was just OK. Good cast.
Massimo S (nl) wrote: Aunque muy entretenida, 8 (!) premios Goyas para esta palida imitation de "Pulp Fiction" con merluza me parecen demasiados. Victoria Abril (uno de los Goyas) sobreactua... como siempre.
Rose A (de) wrote: Kirshner is a stripper at the Exotica who becomes the object of Greenwood's desire. This is no simple love story, however, but a study of the profound emotional needs that are often difficult to full fill.
Dinesh M (de) wrote: love this. So many classic lines i still utter from this film! What a great cast too.
Carl M (de) wrote: In a rush to return Godzilla to the big screen, Toho producer Tomoyuki Tanaka would replace the great Ishiro Honda (who was busy on another project) with director Motoyoshi Oda. As a result, the hastily-written script and uninspired direction make this a far cry from the original, but GODZILLA RAIDS AGAIN does begin the long-running trend of giant monster battles that would dominate the series from this point forward. Two fishing scouts discover a new Godzilla battling the spiny dinosaur Anguirus off of the coast of Japan, and it isn't long before the two creatures move their brawl to the mainland! GODZILLA RAIDS AGAIN is a talky sequel that is bogged down by ineffectual characters and stagnant filming. No one seems overly surprised by Godzilla's presence, or affected by his destruction. When the canning company is destroyed in Osaka, the board simply moves camp Hokkaido and resume operations as if nothing ever happened. Shoichi Tsukioka takes over as the lead, but his uninvolvement with the military and lack of heroics make his presence unnecessary. The underlying threat of nuclear disaster is minimized as well, although the presence of a second Godzilla perpetuates the notion that as long as nuclear power persists, there will always be another Godzilla. Oda stretches scenes out well beyond their usefulness, especially in the final air raid against Godzilla. Oddly, he has also kept scenes that have clearly been filmed in double time, making for the unnaturally fast movements of his monsters. Eiji Tsuburaya and Akira Watanabe are the only real heroes here, coming through with more fantastic miniature work and winning costume designs for both Godzilla and his four-legged foe Anguirus. GODZILLA RAIDS AGAIN is a victim of poor planning, but still serves as passable entertainment for monster movie fans. -Carl ManesI Like Horror Movies
Kim B (es) wrote: Feel good family movie that's great for holidays and remains not very dated despite being so old. Movie so old Elizabeth Taylor is a kid and Mickey rooney is unrecognizable he is skinny n young! Elizabeth Taylor is enchanting as the sweet innocent precocious child and it's easy to see how she could turn around a hardened person. The racing scene is intense and well copied. Well acted with a great script. I particularly loved the relationship in the background between mr and mrs brown. It one of those wisdoms type of movies that can be passed down in any age like the lion king.
corey m (jp) wrote: It's funny I just wrote a review for Van Helsing and this one has a lot of similarities. Some who has no super powers takes on people who do for reason that don't make sense. Heartless killer goes to summer camp and makes nice with a hunky doctor and his daughter whom assassins from the evil side of her ninja clans civil war. There's not much good here to speak of.bad acting, storytelling, directing, sfx, plot, cameras etc. one of the worst films to date the lowest possible ratings.