Mahiru no hoshi

Mahiru no hoshi


  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:93 minutes
  • Release:1998
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
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Benjamin S (au) wrote: Absolutely thin, parody of both WWII and Vampire movies. Dialogue is stiff and scripted. Sounds like a low budget radio theater drama if you close you eyes and just listen. None of the German soldiers have a believable accent, the raspy doctor is laughable. The sets remind me of a transmogrification from Call of Duty 2, simply cartoon brought to life. Everything is convenient and the whole reason I looked the movie up online in the first place was because I was sure I was drinking cough syrup and stuck in an extremely long cut scene from a 2000's era video game. The excessively over the top excuses for nudity make it more an action soft-core porn flick than anything engrossing. I consider the director to be ewweee bowel. Save yourself the time unless you want to make the absurdities of the movie into a drinking game e.g. Judge Dread.

Iain B (ru) wrote: Probably about as funny as the subject matter allows it to be

Kevin S (ag) wrote: SUMMARY: After their dalmatian puppies are stolen from two thugs who are working for the evil Cruella Deville who wants their furs for coats, Pongo and Purti go out in search of their puppies who are in the clutches of Cruella. REVIEW: This is one of Disney's classic cartoon movies that never gets old as it continues to age. It's definitely what they call a timeless classic that's just as fun now as it was back then. Good for adult's and kids alike this is classic Disney when it was at it's peak. People can say it's "outdated" but movies were really, really good back then. It's movies like this that you really should apreciate.

Josh M (nl) wrote: I thought this was a pretty quirky film. Really likable despite not being very good. Priestley's character is supposed to not show emotion so it works out as the perfect role for him. Good supporting cast and a fun dark script. I don't know what it means when you identify with a character that has no feelings, but...uh...probably not anything good.

Jason J (ru) wrote: A well made b-movie which has impressive action scenes, great performances, unique camera shots and good music. It's more than just a run of the mill action movie as it has an intriguing plot. Viggo Mortensen makes for a decent hero, he plays things low key and cool and keeps the audience on his side. Ryo Ishibashi is perhaps the most entertaining performance, mainly because its so great to see a classic style Yakuza performance in a movie from the West. Robert Forster is underused as Mortensen's boss, while Michael Nouri does good work as the mob leader. This is definitely an appealing movie and far better than most of this sort of fare, it just isn't quite hard hitting or innovative enough. Still, worth a look for action fans or fans of the main stars.

Michael W (jp) wrote: Priceless diamond of historical significance is stolen under protection of the Agency at a gala party. Typical Sidaris plot with an even greater than usual fascination with remote control toys as weapons. Does nothing to separate itself from other Sidaris entries but typically delivers on the strength of its female cast.

Yasemin B (ag) wrote: The first time i saw M.Butterfly i thought it is not a typical Cronenberg's movie. The second time, i saw i feel like this is a typical Cronenberg's movie, not about the body deformations but about the emotional deformations. Especially the scene which was shot in the police van, was one of the most disturbing scenes i have ever seen. It is such a good movie about love and obsession. There is nothing to say about the performances of Jeremy Irons and John Lone. There are not enough words to describe their performances. It is a MUST SEE!! not just for Cronenberg fans but also for every moviemaniacs. Just take a deep breath before you watch it and be sure that you can handle it.

Roland J (mx) wrote: Film debuts for two members of the "Brat Pack", Andrew McCarthy and Rob Lowe. A strange film, it starts out as a comdedy with plenty of laughs and ridiculous scenes, halfway through it evolves into a romantic movie as the main character explores his adolescence. Finally, the film shifts into drama as the true identity of the main character's lover is revealed and he has to face the consquences. Wilidy uneven, I found it a bit disappointing.

Colin O (ru) wrote: Loved this movie in the 80's but now it seems like a bunch of crap. Who am I kidding, it's still funny.

Sean W (ca) wrote: Typical Malick genius. The characters motivations and actions are not only real, but they're expertly crafted. The photography is stunning, as it always is in Malick films. It isn't the most eventful movie though, so unless you can wait a couple dozen minutes for things to develop you won't like this movie.

Nandi C (it) wrote: Dorothy Dandridge in the role of her career plays a loose, devil may care woman who lures a military man from his girl and the military until she moves on to the next one.

Tatankas P (ag) wrote: Holy cow. We're three episodes in, and it is sooooo SLOW. You finish people's sentences for them, because they are predictable and melodramatically delayed in delivery. Most of the actors are just reading a script. Adam Beach? Wow. You can give him crap and he still reads it with authenticity. But c'mon. Robert Redford co-produced this? What the hell, Bob. Geez. Well, at least I find that its slow pace leaves me with PLENTY of time to kill time criticizing the lazy videography, death-on-a-stick script, and walk-through-your-part acting. I have long yawns' worth of time to carefully write my criticisms in my head, revise them, let them sit a bit, reflect on them, and then post them on the Web. It's almost like they filmed early rehearsals and then let the actors take the rest of the week off. So far... very disappointing. And no skin walkers yet.

Emre T (gb) wrote: THE BEST MOV?E ?N THE WORLD