Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind

Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind

Warrior/pacifist Princess Nausicaä desperately struggles to prevent two warring nations from destroying themselves and their dying planet.

Warrior/pacifist Princess Nausicaä, the young princess of the Valley of the Wind, desperately struggles to prevent two warring nations from destroying themselves and their dying planet. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind torrent reviews

Steven T (it) wrote: I originally saw this movie with my brother when it released in theaters. I thought the film was awful at the time and it has caused me to be very careful in spending money on similar films. The acting was terrible and I thought the story was nonexistent. The film felt like cash grab.

Ricky C (ru) wrote: A successful adaptation.

Meaghan C (ca) wrote: Michelle Monaghan is perfect in the role of Holly, a flawed resilient character. A truck driver that must stop running from her past and embrace the role of motherhood, Holly is like no other female lead I have seen onscreen for a while. Jimmy Bennett and Nathan Fillion play beautiful foils to her character. The camera shots also reveal such depth and wisdom in the journey down the road. Definitely a hidden gem among the piles of crap being made today.

Gabriel Z (es) wrote: This was pretty over the top, but it's really stylish. Not as good as the better spaghettis, but better than old school hong kong heroic john woo movies for sure.

Asif K (mx) wrote: not interested .......... just NOT

Craig W (it) wrote: Not nearly as campy as the title or variant covers and posters might suggest, this is for the most part a relatively straight-faced mystery thriller which just so happens to incorporate a ludicrous sci-fi twist.In that respect, I was rather disappointed since I was expecting something of a more mondo nature. But to be fair, this is actually not a bad film at all. While the dialogue and performances aren't quite embarrassing enough to be laugh out loud funny, there's more than enough muted absurdity to keep the narrative entertaining.Tough guy Smith clearly thinks he's acting in something of far greater worth, chewing his dialogue like a B movie Brando to occasionally chucklesome effect and, in the film's one stand-out exploitation moment, he visibly relishes kicking the asses of a bunch of would-be rapists following a completely unnecessary assault on the female lead which adds nothing to the plot and has absolutely no detectable effect on the characters involved.The protracted ending depicting the transformation of an ordinary woman into a black-eyed bee girl is clearly the film's money shot and is hugely enjoyable for all its dreamy sci-fi trappings and ubiquitous techno-obsessions of the era. Not to mention of course the gratuitous nudity as the woman is coated erotically in some unnameable substance (beeswax perhaps?).Fleetingly enjoyable in that "it-passes-90-harmless-minutes" kind of way, this is one of those filicks from which you can extract pleasure simply by keeping in mind that there's no way anything like it would be made today.

Robert B (jp) wrote: THX 1138 is in many ways a proto-Star Wars. Lucas does a fantastic job creating what feels like a complete futuristic world. The sets, the costuming, etc. are all great. In the sound you can hear what is to come in Star Wars. The film itself is mainly a vehicle for exploring that world and is not great in terms of plot, but for acting it is fine. Overall, the film has the vibe of an intense dystopia that might have followed the 1950s in some alternate history. Definitely recommended for sci-fi fans.

David M (ag) wrote: It may not be that intellectual or as psychological as it pretends to be but it oozes with an eerie sinister feel with just enough suspense & action to keep ya watching to see how it ends. I thought Kidman was brilliant in this.

Eric H (ca) wrote: This is pure soap and pure melodramatic entertainment. How can you not love it? This film signals one of Universal's most popular films and one of director Sirk's best works. Some of the dialogue is absolutely sizzling and visual metaphors are thrown in every which way - the theme of wind throughout is great. The cast is great, although Bacall is completely underused despite receiving top-billing behind Hudson. Stack's Oscar loss reportedly devastated him. He considered this his finest performance and apparently was none too pleased to lose out. And he did turn out a fabulous performance as the whimpering alcoholic. What a stunning movie! This film proves what I've been thinking for ages - Sirk is the master of classic melodrama.