Kamen Rider x Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO Movie Taisen Mega Max
Movie War Mega Max featured the first seven Kamen Riders (Kamen Rider 1, 2, V3, Riderman, X, Amazon, and Stronger) to commemorate the franchise's 40th anniversary. Trailers for the film shown during airings of Fourze also showed the return of Kamen Rider Double as well as a new form for Kamen Rider OOO. Unlike previous Movie War films, where they were divided into 3 segments, Movie War Mega Max is divided into 5 parts. Like previous Movie War films the secondary Kamen Rider of Kamen Rider Fourze, Kamen Rider Meteor, made his debut in the film.
- Stars:Tetsu Inada, Takahiro Fujimoto, Hirofumi Tanaka, Takayuki Masuda, Isshin Chiba, Kôji Tobe, Hideo Ishikawa, Shu Watanabe, Ryosuke Miura, Riho Takada, Asaya Kimijima, Hiroaki Iwanaga, Mayuko Arisue, Marie Kai, Atsushi Arai,
- Director:Koichi Sakamoto,
- Writer:Shôtarô Ishinomori (manga), Kazuki Nakashima (screenplay), Yasuko Kobayashi (screenplay)
Movie War Mega Max featured the first seven Kamen Riders (Kamen Rider 1, 2, V3, Riderman, X, Amazon, and Stronger) to commemorate the franchise's 40th anniversary. Trailers for the film shown during airings of Fourze also showed the return of Kamen Rider Double as well as a new form for Kamen Rider OOO. Unlike previous Movie War films, where they were divided into 3 segments, Movie War Mega Max is divided into 5 parts. Like previous Movie War films the secondary Kamen Rider of Kamen Rider Fourze, Kamen Rider Meteor, made his debut in the film. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kamen Rider x Kamen Rider Fourze & OOO Movie Taisen Mega Max torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: The only reason why I decided to watch this is because I have tremendous respect for Ethan Hawke. I respect his work but that said, this has to be one of his weakest. A man travels to Paris to meet his estranged wife and daughter in order to put things straight again. However, once he is turned down and then robbed he takes a room in a shady hotel, starts working night shifts at a warehouse and has a passionate and intense relationship with a woman who he meets at a party. Things start going wrong and Ethan Hawke finds himself in the midst of things. The climax which should have been the highpoint turns out to be disappointing. The overall tone of the movie is very, very depressing and it's hard to keep your interest. Ethan Hawke does his best here but the overall execution is just not good enough. Lifeless and boring.
(fr) wrote: "Death Race 2" was a film that was build on the Frankenstein storyline, a prequel that was needed too keep the Death Race movies going. It's a B-movie definitely but it is still very enjoyable, it does not have as much action as it should have had, but it was not really needed for this one, but yet it was. You meet the first ever Frankenstein in the prime and everybody in his crew. This one was more enjoyable and had a better plot then the first movie, I think because Paul W.S. Anderson did not direct it, and it had a better cast. Watch 2 first, then 3, then 1, that's the order the movies should be in.
(jp) wrote: Let's imagine this would have made a great movie a very, very long time ago. Now I just see horrible acting, bad-looking characters, an overly stereotyped bad guy, and a long overused concept. Thank God it was a short movie.
(it) wrote: This delightful and funny look into an eccentric couple's relationship proves that Delpy can be as good a filmmaker as she is an actress, and my only complaint is an unnecessary narration in the end instead of a dialogue that is unfortunately not shown to us.
(gb) wrote: Delightful surprise!
(kr) wrote: Avalon is from 2001 right? So why does it look like a tv-movie from 1994? It came out two years after The Matrix so it's not like good SFX weren't possible in 2001. Worse still, people actually think this is a visually stunning movie! What a dreery, boring mess of a movie this is. Apart from sub-standard CGI of SFX the acting is crap, the story is boring, the so called plot twist is lame and... and... and... well it might make a good movie if it's re-done
(de) wrote: Knock on Any Door (1949) -- [4.0] -- Humphrey Bogart defends a juvenile delinquent (John Derek) in this uneven and heavy-handed flick from director Nicholas Ray. Didn't care for Derek in this movie, but Bogey makes a nice courtroom stand at the end. The best thing about this movie is that it probably inspired Ray to continue exploring similar themes in his later, greater "Rebel Without a Cause."
(br) wrote: Considering it was made 70 years ago, I'd say it was a job well done. A Hollywood classic indeed.
(ag) wrote: So strange it works?
(de) wrote: I have come to know of Emily Mortimer because of Young Adam. Watched it because of Ewan McGregor.
(au) wrote: An interesting premise not fully developed