Heaven's Lost Property the Movie: The Angeloid of Clockwork
Sakurai Tomoki goes on a trip to a hot spring, and is soon up to his usual perverted antics. In addition, he's about to receive his first love confession! However, his desire to pass his days peacefully is challenged once again by another Angeloid. Compared with the hostile Angeloids he had encountered in the past, this new Type Zeta Angeloid is by far the most powerful!
- Stars:Greg Ayres, Kara Edwards, Saori Hayami, Sôichirô Hoshi, Brittney Karbowski, Jamie Marchi, Mina, Trina Nishimura, Monica Rial, Eric Vale,
- Director:Tetsuya Yanagisawa,
- Writer:Yuko Kakihara (screenplay)
Sakurai Tomoki goes on a trip to a hot spring, and is soon up to his usual perverted antics. In addition, he's about to receive his first love confession! However, his desire to pass his days peacefully is challenged once again by another Angeloid. Compared with the hostile Angeloids he had encountered in the past, this new Type Zeta Angeloid is by far the most powerful! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Heaven's Lost Property the Movie: The Angeloid of Clockwork torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: An eccentric movie. A Misogynist meets a narcissus(imo). The movie is good in parts..the effort to generate a feeling of revulsion towards another's body comes across well.
(es) wrote: This is one of the first action movies that I really ever saw in my life. I saw it as a kid so to me, this movie was amazing back then. It introduced me to the beloved Will Smith and the world of Sci-Fi and Fantasy. It's weird because it's not an perfect movie by all means, but it'll always hold a place in my heart. Now, I'm pretty sure I can review this movie without objectivity, so here it goes. I, Robot is an exciting (but flawed) Sci-Fi film about advanced, artificial intelligence that has become a big part of our society. The thing that I liked was how the city of Chicago didn't look THAT much different. It looks like a regular city and it wasn't all futuristic and stuff. I hate when movies make everything look so "futuristic" because it just doesn't look real or great. What I didn't like is the highway systems or the driving. It was unrealistic to a point where it just didn't make sense. I don't feel that some of that technology would actually be present or plausible during that time (ex. how they park). For a movie made in 2004 (and overall), it's actually contains some really good visuals. The CGI is solid all around but does have some moments where it doesn't look so good. The acting in this movie is also good for the most part. Will Smith's character isn't the most likable, but he manages to deliver some witty lines every once in a while. He was, and still is a great actor, and I think he delivered the best performance he could out of this. The supporting cast was fine, but the script wasn't strong enough to make anyone stand out. This movie probably throws out too many one-liners and makes you groan at times. I still had a lot of fun with the movie, be it imperfect. The pacing also feels very rushed in this movie. I can appreciate that they got to the point quickly, but they could've given a little bit more tension in some parts by slowing it down a little bit. I realized that this movie was 1 hour and 55 minutes, but it can definitely feel rushed at times. I do like the mystery aspect to it and it's still exciting when the action goes down. So although the movie is a head-scratcher at times and is extremely cheesy, I still had a really fun time with it. It has a great actor as the lead, and interesting premise, some good visuals, and is just a fun popcorn flick. Just know what you're going into before you watch it and you'll come out having a pretty good time. I would definitely say that if you see this Blu-Ray for less than $5, give it a chance and buy it.
(br) wrote: i'm usually not a fan of re-done christmas movies, but i liked this. very interesting.
(kr) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"Libertarias" takes place towards the beginning of the Spanish Civil War in 1936 when the Church is a popular target of the people's ire; and its very nervous rank and file are fleeing. A nun, Maria(Ariadna Gil), has a long way to go to her home village of Saragossa but first finds sanctuary in a brothel which is soon liberated by a Free Woman militia led by Pilar(Ana Belen). After which, they all travel to Barcelona, hoping to fight on the front lines, instead of performing the menial tasks usually relegated to women.[/font] [font=Century Gothic]"Libertarias" is a rousing testament to those who fought in the Spanish Civil War, especially the women who were fighting for their new freedom. Throughout, the idea of freedom is explored thoroughly, especially for Maria, who is finding it an intriguing concept. And I especially liked how accurately anarchism was portrayed. But remember that civil wars are vicious, even if the ideals involved are valid.[/font]
(ag) wrote: Oh man!!!! It has taken me YEARS to figure out what the name of this movie was. I remember watching it as a little kid with my BFF & being pretty scared. I'm sure it's just real lame...
(ag) wrote: A bit of a snooze. Not quite up to McQueen's usual fair but not a complete waste of time either. Kudos for the unexpected ending.
(nl) wrote: Music directors ought to pay a little more attention to the fact that "My Country 'Tis of Thee" is to the same tune as "God Save the King" (or, currently, queen). The great dramatic flag-raising scene here is made a little ludicrous because of it. It's most likely that these people would only have known "God Save the King," in no small part because I'm not sure the other had been written yet. The point is, we are celebrating that the Americans won the war, that the US is its own country now (leaving aside the failed experiment of the Articles of Confederation), and so we're raising our flag--to the strains of our opponnents' national anthem. This is part of the pre-war patriotism. Just before the US got into World War II, when isolationism was at its height, you get a lot of movies about America's Great Past. Sometimes, what you get is something like this. John Ford, in his first colour film, brings us part of Our Glorious Revolution. We have a young, loving couple--heck, we have Henry Fonda and Claudette Colbert!--who are building a new life together against the backdrop of the American struggle for independence. Their farm is burned, but they persevere. We can [i]all[/i] persevere against the hordes of those who would oppress us, right? Right. Now, I don't know and can't look up what Ford's pre-war politics were, but given his post-war politics, he was probably pretty strongly anti-Hitler. I think Ford was trying to indicate that we had to fight for our freedoms. I think Ford really wanted us to know that, as is tediously repeated by certain factions these days, freedom isn't free. Yes. Absolutely, you have to fight for your freedoms. But not everyone, even Ford knew, had to actually take up guns in actual fights. Check out his defense of Joseph Mankiewicz and defiance of Cecil B. DeMille one of these days. Oh, I don't even know. It's hard to examine films of this era to know what they're actually trying to say. Well--[i]Gone With the Wind[/i]. And this is another film which had its few Oscar nominations swamped by [i]that[/i] little juggernaut. But [i]Drums Along the Mohawk[/i] is a mediocre film. It's not bad. It's not good. It's good enough so that I'm not actually giving it a bad rating. The use of colour is less glaring than in a lot of other early films. Henry Fonda's always worth watching; I think this is one of the movies that made his actual children pretty angry, because he's a pretty good father here. And Claudette Colbert is delightful as always. But don't spend too much time analyzing the politics. It's easy to do, and in some ways, it's pretty fun. Just don't overdo it. It'll take away from your enjoyment of what's a decent little film, and that sort of analysis is best saved for more thoughtful films. Like [i]Invasion of the Body Snatchers[/i].
(it) wrote: No sex? Come on, it's Gary Cooper, Frederic March and Miriam Hopkins, all very nubile. I think they were just deluding themselves because as soon as one of the boys was out of the way, wham!! It does make me wonder, though, with risque stuff like this in 1933 what would have happened if Joseph Breen wouldn't have gone all Catholic on Hollywood's ass. Would we have been able to see Humphrey Bogart in the buff???
(ag) wrote: The third part of the Star Wars Saga is the same level of quality than the previous two parts. Sometimes it is so that the old-sufficient, and it is displayed here when the most stunning continue to Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford and James Earl Jones (as well as even Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi Alec Guinness). Effects are of high quality and spinning in the background while the orcs are just as strange in appearance. George Lucas is with Lawrence Kasdan once again done a great job. Based on such displays in the Star Wars movies remain at the top of sci-fi movies. I must also thank one of the Star Wars films in absolute stars Carrie Fisher, who surprisingly left among us a little less than three months ago. The same fate experienced by Fisher's mother Debbie Reynolds in a little while after her daughter passed away. Rest in peace!
(mx) wrote: This abortion would have been better terminated before it was conceived. Disappointed with everyone involved in the film.