Libero (Along the Ridge)

Libero (Along the Ridge)

A young father and his two children struggle to find harmony after his wife leaves them for another man.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:108 minutes
  • Release:2006
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:italy,   cameraman,   boy,  

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Private U (ru) wrote: enjoyable sotry-telling, as each three of Aoyama's latest fims shot thgrough "Helpless", "Eureaka" and "Sad vacation" are tagged. Slow but surely entertaining myslef into his own camera cutting.

Andrew S (es) wrote: Armed and dangerous, the Sweeney Flying Squad are old school crime fighters enforcing the law. Led by legendary detective Jack Regan and his loyal partner, they have their own unique way of operating and always get results. With a bank heist in progress and his old enemy making a reappearance on the London crime scene, Regan will do whatever it takes to get the job done, even defying orders from his no-nonsense boss.

Simeon M (nl) wrote: Martin Luther King Jr. style non-violence petition for kids. A great family movie, but not necessarily a great movie.

Tim P (de) wrote: Great film. Very emotional.

Kerry F (kr) wrote: You know the feeling you would get if you were to sand blast your eyeballs? "Contains best chase scene at 2.5mph!" That's how I can best sum this film up, it's just plain wrong. Wrong that it was thought up, wrong that it was made, wrong that it was released, and wrong that it's on video. But there is one good thing I'll say about it, MST3K riffed it, and they riffed it good. I think there was something flashing by my eyes on the screen that was supposed to simulate a plot, but I'm not quite sure. The nearest I can figure is that a guy named Kalgon (no, not the stuff you put in your washer) is leading a bunch of losers in a mutiny for some reason or another. You know bad guys in films like this, their reason for doing something is never clear. Did I mention that this is all taking place on a giant space ship where many people from Earth live, and it looks like it's made of cement and looks like a basement/brewery. Your guess is as good as mine as to why. So the ship's captain, played by Santa Claus a.k.a. Cameron Mitchell, decides to get the best of the best in action heroes. But he wasn't available so he had to settle for Reb Brown. Brown, Who I'll call Beef McSlab or Bronson Thickneck, is a Rambo wannabe, and when he's not chasing Kalgon in a golf cart that goes 2 miles per hour and spouting swear words for no good reason, he's screaming like a little girly man, also for no good reason. It also turns out that McSlab has fallen in love with Santa's daughter who acts like she's 25 but looks close to 50! and lloks like Sherry Lewis, so he's obviously an idiot. There's also a sub-plot about dancing aliens, but they have nothing to do with anything so we won't worry about them. After that I totally lost track of what was going on. There were some shoot outs, some guys falling over rails repeatedly, a woman who comes back to life after getting shot, and Chunky Brewster's repeated screaming and swearing. Also one woman is shot and killed and the next scene she's back at work! That's pretty much what this film is about, so if you haven't seen it and the MST version isn't going to be on for awhile, just forget about it. There are certain levels that bad movies fall on, of which this falls deep in the trenches of it. It joins the likes of "Pod People", "Manos, Hands of Fate", "Cave Dwellers", among others. These films populate the deepest, darkest, trenches of bad movies, which only the strong hearted can survive watching. I hope that you have taken this review as a warning, make sure you're prepared before putting this in the DVD player.

m h (kr) wrote: This is a classic film. If you like character actors, silly plot and fun check this out. Underrated due to timing of release

Yuki A (us) wrote: An anti-war film whih takes different approach to the war itself. Masumura depicts the nitty-gritty and scary reality in army hospitals during Sino-Japan war.Ayako Wakao is a revelation as Nurse Sakura Nishi, a young woman in possession of enormous humanity, who ministers to the war wounded in the most intimate of ways and falls deeply in love with Dr. Okabe (Shinsuke Ashida), a disconnected surgeon whose only escape from his blood-soaked work is a nightly armful of morphine.In one of the most heart-wrenching sequences, Nurse Nishi takes pity on Pvt. Orihara who has lost both of his arms. After pleading with the young nurse to relieve him of his sexual frustration, she takes him to a hotel where he expresses his passion but the evening proves too much for him to handle. The movie is very brutal - it will be hard to get from your mind the images of piles of amputated limbs and the despair of soldiers who know they are on a virtual suicide mission in a war they don't understand.I can not praise this shattering achievement highly enough. It is a masterpiece of humanity.

Brenda A (nl) wrote: I was not disappointed in any of this movie even though it's a continuance from several different movies

David L (ca) wrote: Stigmata delves too deeply into religion for me, to the point of misunderstanding the plot completely and resulting in a complete lack of enjoyment. What I did follow is that the main female character comes into possession of an old ancient relic that supposedly inflicts the five pains that Jesus suffered as part of his crucifixion - whipping, bleeding head, sore wrists, bloody ankles, and a spear through the the side. Why and how this is all happening is another question, one which is probably suggested within the film, but was totally lost in translation on me. If the various priests that appeared throughout were anything to go by, they weren't too sure either (or were in denial), so what chance have I got. I even gave up on attempting Wikipedia as I wasn't digesting the synopsis there either. It's not that I'm an atheist or agnostic, but evidently it's just a subject matter that I don't receive inspiration from, thus clouding my judgement. I would dip in and out of this movie, but could not connect the storyline one bit and by the time the concluding scenes were upon me, I could really make no sense of what was happening before my eyes - Was she the devil, was someone else the devil, did she live, or did she die?! Not a clue. I'm not even sure if I'd recommend it or not because this is probably a good film if you can relate to it, but definitely not one for a simpleton like myself.

Tee C (au) wrote: Entertaining and fun. Not too deep or scary, but brought back some old legends I had heard when I was a kid.