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Osman, called Man by his friends, is a young man with a devil-may-care attitude who travels to the city of Kuala Lumpur with only some cash given by his mother Maimon, which are the only assets that his father left them with. In Kuala Lumpur, Man stays with his village friend, Salim, who teaches him a lot about city life. It is through Salim that Man meets Nadia, an ex model. However, Man fails to see that Nadia is only looking for a boy toy to buy her expensive gifts. Eventually Man's assets run dry and he is forced to work odd jobs in order to fund his living. Will Man ever be able to pick himself up and adapt to the harsh city life or will he fall victim like so many people before him, who fail to see beyond the superficial?
- Stars:Shuib Sepah, Rosnah Mat Aris, Fida, Zally Hussain, Razali Hussin, Rafidah Ibrahim, Siti Sarah Raisudin, Zaibo, Julia Ziegler,
- Director:Rahman Adam,
- Writer:Rahman Adam
Osman, called Man by his friends, is a young man with a devil-may-care attitude who travels to the city of Kuala Lumpur with only some cash given by his mother Maimon, which are the only assets that his father left them with. In Kuala Lumpur, Man stays with his village friend, Salim, who teaches him a lot about city life. It is through Salim that Man meets Nadia, an ex model. However, Man fails to see that Nadia is only looking for a boy toy to buy her expensive gifts. Eventually Man's assets run dry and he is forced to work odd jobs in order to fund his living. Will Man ever be able to pick himself up and adapt to the harsh city life or will he fall victim like so many people before him, who fail to see beyond the superficial? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: Describing the experience of "Nerawareta gakuen" (translated to the irrelevant, but cooler sounding title "Physic School War") is similar to the same way of a gamer feelings playing Dice video-game Battlefield 4. Allot went into the look, but lacks substance to justify how much went behind a broken product. Bland characters in an overly cliche story, and a sense of awe that something so shallow has so much care put into it. Nerawareta Gakuen (Physic School War in English) is about Ryouichi Kyougoku, a mysterious time traveling psychic from the future where the world ended in the future and humanity settled on the moon, and transfers into the 8th grade to awaken as much psychics in the present. Effortlessly combining high school romance with time traveling, physic powers, and impending apocalypse into an overly complicated mess. If the story only desired to be a high school romance it would have been a sensible, easy to follow bland story. Spending the first two act developing the romance (to a disappointing climax that avoids resolving conflicts) and a considerable amount of characterization is somewhat defeated. Somewhat since the central characters are all bland anime personalities; Kenji Seki is a dumb teen who has bad luck and oblivious to the fact his childhood friend Natsuki Ryouura loves him, Natsuki Ryouura is the typical girl next door who picks on Kenji to hide her true feelings from him, Kahori Harukawa is created to advance the plot in the form of a love triangle or having her start a conversation relating to their feelings, and finally Ryouichi Kyougoku who's the popular mysterious teen with an hidden agenda. Four characters all of which aren't interesting because what the story does with them is highlight their weaknesses. Sure the characters are given depth, but what the writer do with them gives off the wrong impression. Natsuki Ryouura for example clearly likes Kenji, but upon meeting her characters she in a single minutes teases him, punches him, and calls the police. Like everyone in the story Natsuki matures, though the way she acts towards Kenji is the same. That's just the characters not working on their own imagine the rest of the film. Being split into a supernatural drama and slice of life romance never does it become good at being one thing it sets out to be. On one hand the romance doesn't work because of the bland characters and the cliche route it takes. This being the real meat of the film story it's disappointing what little is done with it amount to no reward. Then comes the supernatural drama aspect which is completely pointless. It's so far removed from the central story that it's unneeded fluff. Keeping things vague physic powers play by rules the writers make up in order to spice things up. Leading to plot holes and a muddle set of rules that makes it needlessly difficult to understand what actually happen no matter how basic it appears. Now something I left out, just like film, has something to do with it odd hatred towards cellphones. At first it appears it was going to tackle what it means to be social in a society that relied technology for interaction, but nope it reappears to amount to nothing. It's just mention just for the sake of it, but it becomes a plot point. What is done with the cell phones plot point amounts to a character saving his childhood friend from a debate about having cell phones in school in his underwear. I'm not kidding that's exactly what the whole cell phone angle amounts to. It can't do a proper ending either leaving you scratching your head in confusion in what resulted from the climax. Abandoning plot elements and subplots like there's no tomorrow Nerawareta Gakuen (Physic School War) never feels as ease to watch even when it barely works. The production values of the film are best thing about this movie. Ryosuke Nakamura eye for details rivals of that of director Shinkai Makoto. A lot of attention is paid in the meticulous details of the visuals from the cherry blossom petals being blown in the breeze to the gleaming rays of light shining through classroom windows. Another outstanding feature is the use of color hues and tones to accentuate and render scenic clouds and evening skies. Character animation is smooth, lighting effects work nicely with the watercolor-styled backgrounds, and the film manages to build a lifelike environment and atmosphere much like in Shinkai's films. Furthermore, director Nakamura Ryousuke throws some laid back, carefree spirit and lovable appeal into the mix, which ends up covering a whole lot of the movie's failures in other areas. Voice actors give life to what little personalities their characters have. They have the right of playful and serious nature making its character progression seem natural. Music is downright forgettable. Having checked out the film soundtrack this is perhaps one of the laziest compilation of music for any animated film. Most of the soft piano ballads so sound similar to one another that they all sound like minor variation of one track. Songs mostly are slow, low key wanting to get across a sentimental feelings of youth. However, the more you listen to it the more you began to pick up it's more fitting for a commercial than a film production. Nerawareta Gakuen is pretty to look at and that's about it. Bland characters fall into the category of being annoying taking part of a story that amounts to a whole of nothing in confusion at its ending. Whatever plot and subplots it build up ends with lackluster resolutions that bring no closure to them. Abandoning and retreating ideas will make it difficult for viewers to maintain focus because it's all over the place. Once you take away the detail visuals all you're left with is disappointment having seen a shallow film more concern about it looks than having its own unique personality.
(nl) wrote: Friended To Death is a witty film with fun, over the top characters whose antics are both hysterical and heartbreaking .The film illustrates just how far a social media addict might go to find out who his real friends are.After getting fired and losing his best friend, Michael Harris, a detestable parking enforcement officer played by Ryan Hansen, decides to find out if anyone would care if he died. So, being the social media addict he is, Michael fakes his own death on Facebook to his see who will care enough to come to his funeral. As Michael's hoax spirals out of control, he begins to realize thatconnections made online can never compare to the true relationships found in real life.In this funny, zany film, while we laugh at the wild antics, we'll see a little bit of ourselves.The actors did an amazing job of bringing life to this "sign of our times" story.Congratulations to the filmmakers for giving voice to the profound role social media plays in our lives! I highly recommend this totally enjoyable film!
(es) wrote: When I read that it was from the writer of some of the Saw movies, I just had to give this a watch.Unfortunately this is nowhere near on the level of the Saw franchise.Acting is mediocre, no suspense, not scary and the monster could have been better.[4/10]
(jp) wrote: Boogie Man vividly portrays the anxious, ambitious political consultant who clawed his way to the top of, and transformed, Republican politics in the 1980s and 1990s. Atwater brought the national G. O. P. a sharper style of wedge issue politics rooted in white resentment, much as he must have observed growing up in Strom Thurmond's South Carolina. Atwater introduced Ronald Reagan to the South and the nation before an all-white,audience in a town famous only for the murder of civil rights volunteers, before waving Confederate flags. Eight years later, Atwater helped pave George H.W. Bush's way to the White House with his "no new taxes" mantra and racist Willie Horton ads. All the while, Atwater played blues guitar alongside legendary black musicians and mentored the next Republican svengali, Karl Rove. The film explores the questions, puzzles, and contradictions of Atwater's brief life through his own words and those of people who knew him without necessarily forcing an overall interpretation on the viewer. Fascinating viewing for anyone interested in politics, history, or human nature.
(de) wrote: This movie was pretty good, right up until the end scene which I found to be so silly.
(gb) wrote: this was a great Naruto film its was grear i regeamned this to eney anime lover
(jp) wrote: Better than it's sequel.
(au) wrote: The Cab driver from Pulp Fiction gets her own movie and falls for a killer in this QT production. Overall it's a little underwhelming.
(br) wrote: At first glance, Eye in the Sky is just another thriller set in the Middle East about self-righteous Western countries hunting terrorists. In reality, this film is anything but. The first hint would be the casting of Helen Mirren - in possibly her iciest role yet - and the late Alan Rickman, in what would be his last film.Eye in the Sky is unassumingly cerebral, almost like a highbrow sibling to Season 4 of Homeland. In the 2010s, a film like this is almost essential to present citizens of these countries (the US and the UK) with a realistic depiction of what drone warfare really means. We can only hope that our elected leaders, military personnel, or otherwise are actually mulling over the moral conundrums that such issues as collateral damage estimates can present.Kudos are very much in order for the relative fidelity of the action, especially the multiple parties involved in the operation, even the lawyers. The constant escalation - all the way to the PM! - is a tad heavy-handed. The little bird and beetle drones are also a stretch, but also not too much. However, the characters in the COBRA room in particular almost appear to be in a stage play with their quickfire back-and-forth. The aforementioned Mirren and Rickman remind us why they are so great with their range and class. I am also thrilled to see Aaron Paul doing good work. Eye in the Sky is an important film for an informed citizenry in today's world. It is a shame more people have not had the opportunity to see it.