This film is about drive. It's about the passion and creative drive of Kazunori Yamauchi, the architect behind Gran Turismo's birth and breath-taking fifteen-year evolution. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kaz: Pushing the Virtual Divide
This film is about drive. It’s about the passion and creative drive of Kazunori Yamauchi, the architect behind Gran Turismo’s birth and breath-taking fifteen-year evolution.
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Joseph G (gb) wrote: Need more movies like this a piranha crossed with a anaconda, or how bout a bull and a spider or dragon and a puppy. I want to be cast in the next monster mix movie as a scientist that explains what went wrong.
Mercedes M (de) wrote: This movie was ok. It was the Cheetah Girls so you can't expect anything special.
Michael L (fr) wrote: A film that boils over with dark humor and creepy elements. This film will not be for everyone, but I really enjoyed it for the most part.
(de) wrote: Not as horrible as it is, but not good.
Glenn C (es) wrote: I've had Babysitter Wanted sitting on my desk for months and recently I read an article about 20 horror films you might not know about but should.... Babysitter Wanted was one of them. And so I fastlined the movie and watched it tonight and I have to say it is not the movie I was expecting. The poster art and trailer set it up as another torture porn and yet the synopsis suggests that its a typical slasher. It carries both of those suggestions but takes a really fucking weird, yet oddly cool, turn and becomes something entirely different. To reveal too much is to spoil it. The movie starts off shaky and there are a few improbabilities (even for the genre) but a forgiving mind will cast them aside and enjoy it for what it is. The acting is decent and the themes are grotesque... there is a lot of gore but it's often restrained and I would love to have seen more. I recommend it... suspend your disbelief and approach it with no expectations and you'll be surprised.
Gary V (es) wrote: It was freakin weird and slow, but it wasn't horrible. Very strange though! :)
Muhammad K (ru) wrote: Most fascinating was the first part from Iran.
Ajinkya P (ru) wrote: Top notch performances by Jackie and Nana, very immature performance by Anil, very nice cinematography and very good soundtrack though it kinda deviates attention from the main plot.. still a great movie of its time!
Ty G (jp) wrote: Propaganda Filmmaking 101: The message to viewers is enlist in the military, it comes first before any other career and your marriage. Stay in the military until your war torn body is of no longer any use to them.There is even a line that says something about needing to be in the military especially when we're not at war. Also a message to spouses, stand by your military lover even if it turns you into a constant worrier who is frequently neglected by your other half.