Legend of the Millennium Dragon
A spectacular journey of an unwilling young hero thrust into a mysterious past full of monsters, dragons, and strange hidden powers. Through a series of out of this world battles and adventures, Jun, a shy middle school boy, is transformed into a hero destined to battle evil and ensure harmony and tranquility in the world.
- Stars:Kensho Ono, Satomi Ishihara, Takashi Kondô, Shotaro Morikubo, Kentarô Itô, Yasuyuki Kase, Sôsuke Komori, Masaaki Tsukada, Ryuji Aigase, Shunsuke Sakuya, Kenta Miyake, Kanako Tôjo, Chikara Oosaka, Ikuo Nishikawa, Akio Nojima,
- Director:Hirotsugu Kawasaki,
- Writer:Takafumi Takada (based on the novel by), Naruhisa Arakawa (screenplay), Hirotsugu Kawasaki (screenplay)
A 15-year-old boy goes 1200 years back in time to find his unlikely destiny as the savior to end the war between humans and demons. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Legend of the Millennium Dragon torrent reviews
(br) wrote: It's not as ambitious as you're led to believe with the synopsis as the film often checks on the lives of its lead visionaries - which is extremely well handled.
(de) wrote: The director and in my mind one of Britain's top actors put's together a Scottish "this is England", a story that show's the realistic environment of kids growing up in poor inner city neighborhoods. When you see at the start a young innocent boy who in the right environment we believe will flourish in the future. Over a summer he is like many others led astray by hanging out with one of a couple of gangs that secure there estates like a pride of lions. With a volatile family to come home to the lead character John ends up initially becoming one of a gang but in the end goes beyond scratching the surfaces of rebellion to living the life of a young man on the verge of a nervous breakdown. There was a scene which I wasn't really expecting when the boy ends up outside a church and although it didn't sit well in the rest of the film, it was fresh. Hats off to the script and the pace of the film, I want to see more from Peter Mullan, he seems to be maturing into a fine single malt!
(kr) wrote: Good movie worth a watch
(us) wrote: How did this movie go wrong? I still wonder that to this day. Trapped in Paradise is a movie stacked with a very talented actor, two funny comedians, and a cast of other reliable character actors, I mean, you would think it'd be an easy hit right? Wrong. Trapped in Paradise, is an empty, hollow film that putters around in circles with no clear destination of any accomplishment. But heck, I could actually let that go if the movie was funny right? Well it wasn't...so I can't. You would think that a movie with Nicolas Cage, Jon Lovitz and Dana Carvey would be able to deliver, and that it'd be hard to screw up. Usually back then, movies with big casts delivered. But this could be the farthest tracing point of where it started to go downhill. The three leads, play three bumbling idiotic brothers, fresh out of the big house, and I mean DUMB! I mean, they try to write Cage's character as at least half smart, but really, I think he's dumber than any of them for the sheer fact that he still hangs around his brothers. This could almost be called, Dumb, Dumber & Dumbest. The other two brothers are of course played by SNL alumns, Jon Lovitz & Dan Carvey. Carvey was fresh off the very succesful Wayne's World films, and Lovitz was doing bit parts in Comedies, and being very funny at it too boot. Bother were also very funny on SNL, they're not here. They intened to rob a bank in a small town known as Paradise, PA. And the heist is pulled off, but when a big storm hits, the kindness of this town, allows the three, who nobody knows are really about, let them in as guests, with the loot in hand. Of course we get Cage's love interest in the film, because goodness known he ALWAYS needs one, she's played by the attractive yet bland Madchen Amick. And of course, they have both sides of the law on there trail. This movie wouldn't be so problematic had the characters been more sophisticated in there dimness kind of like Dumb & Dumber was. But they fail to do that. While, Carvey & Lovitz did manage to make me chuckle once or twice, the only character I enjoyed with no problems, was the Mother of the three boys, played by succesful TV actress, Florence Stanley. She only had a few scenes, but made the most of them. The movie's satisfying end was quite well done, and I won't fault it, but the unfolding of the story just seemed disoriented. Lovitz & Carvey are trying here, Cage is walking through as he has done on several occasions since, but a movie that had the right idea but the wrong exection, and even the right cast, is always the saddest to watch.
(nl) wrote: This deeply acerbic, pseudo-precursor to Damien Chazelle's "Whiplash" rides the fine line between cautionary drama and jet black comedy, whilst also showcasing Kevin Spacey's hilarious knack for playing the douchebag boss. "Swimming With Sharks" marks an entertainingly satirical peek into an industry that individuals like myself hold so close to their hearts. And though its third act might be a bit too glum for my tastes, the film's overall thematic foundation couldn't be more rock solid because of it. Definitely worth the watch.
(ru) wrote: Monty, Courtney, Everett and Jeffrey are seniors and roomates at Harvard University. Monty is dead set on graduating with honors in his chosen major - political science. He has opted to write his senior thesis on economics. One night, loses his hard drive and his thesis. He goes down to the library to make copies, but on his way, loses his only copy to Simon Wilder, a homeless man. This movie details the impact that Simon, Simon's experience and his knowledge has on Monty, whose entire worldview changes as a result of their emerging friendship. "With Honors" is predictable and cheesy, but its cast make it well worth watching. Brendan Fraser's performances improves as his character matures and Joe Pesci's performance is great. It was refreshing, too, to see a College movie about something more than drinking and sex.
(fr) wrote: I'd like to see this, as it was originally meant to star the amazing Vivien Leigh...but dues to certain problems she could not continue with the filming...BUT you can still see her in far-shots...
(br) wrote: Tense noir thriller is fast-paced with a tight plot. The story seems to lose focus towards the end before an exciting finale, and it's not without it's melodramatic moments, but worth watching for the atmospheric visuals and moody, expressionistic lighting.
(es) wrote: Definitely bawled my way through this-Olivia is amazing. Oscar most-deserved! Had some problems with the plot though and man is Corinne (Mary Anderson) a witch!
(es) wrote: Morocco does have a good turn from Marlene Dietrich, it is charming at times and it has a couple of interesting sequences, but it is mostly a middling affair with more emphasis on its setting instead of story, characters and memorable romance leading to a film that is underdeveloped and weak in most of its aspects with the character development and script being the worst offenders.