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Zahid C (fr) wrote: Day: MondayDate: 15 Apr 2013Time: 10.30 pmWith: No oneOn: Laptop
Lubaina K (mx) wrote: Well, I wanted to see this one since I am a die-hard fan of Mr. Bose and Santosh Sivan's direction, is just an added incentive. But what impressed me the most was the brilliant acting by the child artist Purav Bhandare. Very simply, the movie is about a child's obstinacy to have his donkey back at all costs. Little does he know how what reality he may have to face to bring back his pet. There are some very powerful dialogues by Victor Banerjee and Anupam Kher. I think it is not a movie one wants to watch for entertainment, it was more of a food-for-thought movie.
Courtney T (gb) wrote: I've never heard of this! I'm not a fan of documentaries but it seems interesting.
Indu R (au) wrote: This movie actually was somewhat funny and entertaining. Not much of a plot. Overall not good.
Adam R (it) wrote: A groovy comedy that pokes fun at the old seventies show. I mostly love the casting, especially the girls. (First full viewing - In my early twenties)
Simon D (nl) wrote: whilst this is the best of Jarmusch's films that I've seen, it is far from good. You see the possible influence of Bela Tarr in his direction with the long slow scenes of nothingness in black and white (and the Hungarian actresses may be a clue here). The performances were not good at all, in fact, it's only saving grace was the omission of lot's of overhead shots of coffee tables, this obsession must have embedded itself later in his career.
Mr D (ca) wrote: I watched it very recently. Something always kept me from watching this. I don't regret for i didn't watch it sooner. Not that great I'd say. But the gore and nudity is there to do justice to the genre.
Corey n (gb) wrote: This is a decent sequel to the original Love Bug film. You basically get the same stuff from the original. But still a fun film. Good memories watching this when I was a kid. A good film for the kids and the family to watch.
Eric R (gb) wrote: A spaghetti western and a kung fu film combined? I must be in heaven! Yes is the wild east meets the far east as this spaghetti western is an Italian co-production with legendary kung fu production company Shaw Brothers. So we get iconic spaghetti western actor Lee Van Cleef teamed up with Shaw Brothers Kung fu master Lo Lieh to give us a truly entertaining shoot 'em up chop socky western.Newly arrived theif Dakota (Lee Van Cleef) gets falsely accused of murdering a wealthy Asian while visiting a small western town. Jump to Hong Kong and Ho Chiang (Lo Lie) is given a do-or-die mission to save his families honor to go to the west in order to discover the where-abouts of his uncle's fortune. He teams up with Dakota for help as they discover Chiang's uncle tattooed for separate ladies behinds (or as Cleef puts it... "asses"). Now they must convince four separate women to show them their luscious behinds before a psychotic religious nut beats them to the treasure.The plot is hilarious and I found more genuine humor here than a lot of the forced humor in other spaghetti western films like the "Trinity" series. Cleef and Lie play off each other wonderfully. Neither may be at the top of their game (how could they with such stellar films as "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" and "King Boxer" between the two of them?) but they both seem to be having fun with the subject matter.Director Antonio Margheriti (aka Anthony M. Dawson) is no stranger to the spaghetti western genre but surprisingly he seems to hold his own when it comes to directing the kung fu sequences. He seems to have no problem mixing the two genres, though in his favor the film is more of a spaghetti western as opposed to a kung fu film. Even with the mish-mash of these two genres he still as able to wonderfully craft humorous sequences that really got me openly to laugh. Like I've mentioned in other reviews I'm not a huge fan of spaghetti western comedies but the comedy touches he provides here work well."Blood Money" (originally released in the U.S. as "The Stranger and the Gunfighter") was a romp of a good time wonderfully mixing both the spaghetti western and kung fu film style elements. It's not a fantastic film by any means and doesn't wholly succeed as either a western or martial arts picture but as a mixture of both it's an entertaining piece of work and in my humble opinion one of the highlights of director Antonio Margheriti's career.Loathed company VideoAsia released this lost gem on DVD. Cult film fanatics know this company as a shoddy bargain company that haphazardly throws together cult films via VHS transfers (sometimes unwatchable, beat up VHS transfers) into overpriced multifilm packs. "Blood Money" is, to my knowledge, the only film the company has released by itself and to be honest it's a surprisingly good transfer, anamorphic widescreen and all! Still it isn't perfect, as expected with VideoAsia as there are a few encoding glitches halfway through the film where the picture turns to blocks. Other than that this is BY FAR the best release Video Asia has ever unleashed and well worth a purchase for fans of this film.
John D (au) wrote: Oh, Bert I. Gordon, thank you for bringing joy to my life.
Becca D (br) wrote: This is one of my favourite Shirley Temple movies.
Wes S (jp) wrote: A unneeded remake that doesn't add anything to the original, making you feel like you're watching the same movie all over again- only less so. Carrie comes off as a Jedi from Star Wars, and her powers are less interesting. The climax is rushed and has too much spectacle to it, which really dumbs it down. The ending isn't as exciting or spooky as the original.
Christopher H (nl) wrote: I honestly didn't hate this movie as much as I thought I would. If they characters were to have a little more fine tuning, and not be so one-dimensional, this could have actually been quite a good movie.
Bruce A (us) wrote: A disappointingly shallow documentary on an interesting topic.