Jackin 101: Jiggaboo Jones

Jackin 101: Jiggaboo Jones

Jiggaboo Jones introduces you to his criminal syndicate of seasoned gang members, con artists, tech criminals, gun runners and pimps. Jiggaboo Jones shows you the tricks and licks of the ...

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Jackin 101: Jiggaboo Jones torrent reviews

Shane J (ru) wrote: by god what utter shit! a blatent rip off of zombieland. its pretty much exactly the same film with worse actors and none of the talent elsewhere. all the zombies are strippers,yep that's about as clever as it gets. they have woody harrelsons roe,the geeky role with all his rules. its unbelievable that this was ever released. zombieland makers should sue!!

Joe W (nl) wrote: this is a cop movie that too depressed...

Jerrod L (kr) wrote: This movie does have that creepy psychological moments between hallucinations and figuring out which main character is the killer.

Arslan K (us) wrote: should be one of the best animated films

Dolores H (it) wrote: A good film that keeps you guessing along the journey. Ultimately though, it was predictable.

Frances H (au) wrote: Although affecting, I didn't really like the ending, even though it continues the magical erotic theme. Otherwise, this movie was extremely interesting, and often humorous.

Sam M (fr) wrote: Just a good old must see crime film set in context of the Irish in Hell's Kitchen.

Stefan G (jp) wrote: Ever since I first heard of this film, I wanted to see it for myself, with exceedingly high expectations for a film that had such evocative potential. Now that I've had the good fortune of seeing it, I can say with confidence that didn't disappoint in any way. In fact, I'd say this is one of my favourite films by Hayao Miyazaki, if not my all-time favourite, and there are several reasons why. Right from the beginning, the film's setting evokes the post-apocalyptic blend of sci-fi and fantasy previously explored in Ralph Bakshi's classic film Wizards, and in some ways, the two are quite alike, but there is a significant thematic difference between the two. While Bakshi's Wizards dealt with the divide between nature and technology, Miyazaki's Nausicaa deals with environmental disaster, the value of life, and the futility of war. The story concerns mankind's effort to survive in a world dominated by a vast, poisonous jungle swarming with giant insects, but rather than seeking to destroy the jungle, Nausicaa attempts to understand it, and help mankind to co-exist with it. This is perhaps Miyazaki's thought-provoking subversion of the usual fantasy narrative, where the aim is for the hero to destroy a great evil threatening the land, and this alternative approach is simply brilliant. It's also worth noting that there's no evil to speak of in this film. There are characters with questionable ethics, but no villains. The primary conflict of the film is motivated not by malice, but rather by fear, which begets paranoia, anguish, suffering, and resentment. By walking into the jungle with peaceful intentions and an open mind, Nauiscaa attempts to dispel the myths that fuel violence, hoping that peaceful understanding can heal her community. In a way, this reflects the age-old wisdom of dealing with other creatures - if we don't attack them, they won't attack us. The characters themselves are brilliant and engaging, each with their own defining traits, and in the English dub, boasting some terrific voice acting from a talented cast. Miyazaki films typically excel in terms of visuals, but in that regard, this film easily surpasses the bulk of his work. From beginning to end, the film displays an innovative and compelling visual style that truly gives the sense of a strange world cursed by environmental disaster. The various environments, creature designs, and costume designs are some of the best I've seen in fantasy films, to the point that I kind of envy the artist who drew them all. The last jewel in the crown of the film is the ability to create an immersive atmosphere. The aforementioned visuals help, but I would be remiss if I did not mention the film's music. The electronic compositions echo the style of the time it was made, and they fit the film's tone very well. It also seems to remind me of the old Final Fantasy games, as do some of the costumes. With its compelling characters, brilliant fantasy world, and great narrative heft, this film endures as one of the greatest examples of high fantasy that the silver screen has to offer.

Shawn W (br) wrote: A VietNam vet drifter refuses to answer a question and is shown some southern hospitality as the target of a town posse. A premise First Blood would tweak and perfect a couple of years later without the unnecessary slapstick routines seen here.

Brad F (de) wrote: Intense, graphic, poignant and profound. A must see.

Nathan A (gb) wrote: Boasts an element that few other Dreamworks films have as of late: A Story!!

Daniel M (jp) wrote: Saw this film at a film at the park event in Chicago years ago. Entertaining film.