Musical: Robin Hood
- Stars:Nanako Matsushima, Tatsuya Fujiwara, Takao Ohsawa, Gorô Kishitani, Masatô Ibu, Kento Nagayama, Tsutomu Yamazaki, Kimiko Yo, Hirotarô Honda, Free Souffriau, Koen Crucke, Peter Thyssen, Peter Van De Velde, Chris Cauwenbergs, Walter Baele, Patrick Onzia, Frank Aendenboom, Joke Bleyenberg, Nathalie de Mey, Nordin de Moor, Remi de Smet, Nick Fleuren, Helen Geets,
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Ryan D (de) wrote: BADASS even if I wasn't a huge fan of the games I would love this. It was intense. Great story, actors, action sequences, and overall everything.
Viktor N (ag) wrote: OMG.. I don't even know where to begin. The acting talant found for this movie is beyond anything I've ever seen.. I think.. It couldn't have taken longer than 3 days to shoot it either.. But it actually is so bad from time to time that it makes you laugh, that's why it gets a full star.
Nicholas H (de) wrote: As time flies by, Miyazaki is still growing strong, even with The Wind Rises being his farewell. This movie is to Miyazaki, who gave Japanese anime movies a chance to shine in theaters. The Secret World of Arrietty has outstanding performances, very touching soundtrack, stupendous story and character development. Miyazaki, the world bids you farewell.
Michael K (us) wrote: Frank returns for solid action piece to complete the 'Transporter' trilogy!
Gregory W (jp) wrote: thought it might b like logan's run but no such luck in this twisted distopia
Thomas P (au) wrote: Solid little movie. Had some good parts. Nice dark comedy.
Rosalind R (kr) wrote: Badly amazingly bad awesome horrible... amazing.
Brody M (it) wrote: The 1st time I tried watching this movie I just could NOT do it.The 2nd time I think I forced myself to sit through it.The best thing about the movie was when the words came up on the screen, The End.I was SO happy it was over.After watching it, I went over to imdb & read more on the movie.I should've known but didn't that The Wackiest Wagon Train In The West was just a bunch of TV episodes strung together to make a movie.I should've gave up on it the 1st time but for some reason I gave it a 2nd chance.Fool me once, Shame on me, Fool me twice, Shame on me again
K C (jp) wrote: John Wayne plays 'Dirty Harry'... Originally turning down the role of 'Dirty Harry Callahan', Wayne was given another shot by Warner Bros. to play his first 'policeman' role in the legendary career. Not out of his league by any means, the Duke definately fills the bitter seen it all lost my partners kill some drug dealers genre cop of the early 1970's. Not so much a rip-off of 'Dirty Harry' as a different take on the idea. Just as Eastwood's character was another take on 'Bullit'. The story moves along and doesn't skimp on much, definately bring the popcorn and maybe one quick bathroom break.
Kent G (es) wrote: More correctly I want to finish it.
Aidan D (nl) wrote: Like the first film, this is a timeless classic and is very entertaining.
Jason M (ru) wrote: The 2nd of The Man With No Name trilogy. It establishes the relationship between "Angel Eyes" and "The Man With No Name". The film was largely lifted from Akiro Kurosawa's Yojimbo. This film is a great Leone spaghetti Western, and one of the best ever made.
Jonny P (de) wrote: "Crocodile Dundee" is an iconic 80's film that isn't anything special but still manages to be irresistible to every audience. I think it is the fact that Paul Hogan's titular character is so cool that you can't help but like him. His outback grit is perfectly contrasted by his big city navety, and he never does anything that would give us reason dislike him. Films like "George of the Jungle" and "Jungle 2 Jungle" have mimicked this concept with good-hearted, nave natives, but the rough edges of Mick Dundee help him to be realistic in an uncomfortable situation instead of comically clueless. The setting also sets this film apart from most other films, exploring the tribes and creatures of the Outback and then transporting a piece of the Outback into our own backyard. The film definitely has some cheesy 80's moments, but Hogan's chemistry with Linda Kozlowski, funny interactions with girls on the "corner," and the great one-liner below make this a classic.
Michael S (gb) wrote: The cover of the DVD case was the best part! Come up with something new in Species 5