Negadon: The Monster from Mars
It is the near future, in the 100th year of Showa (year 2025). The population of world is more than 10 billion, and a world-class space development project called "Mars Terraforming Project" is in process. One day, a spaceship "Izanami" crashes in Japan on the way from Mars, and it revives the monster Negadon, which was captured by the spaceship. Can the human race knock down the monster !? Under the desperate situation, a middle age man Ryuichi Narasaki rises up against the monster. He is a robotics expert who lost his daughter in an accident during his experiments. Now, the desperate struggle between Narasaki and Negadon begins!!
When a cargo-spaceship crash-lands on the streets of Tokyo, it unleashes a giant monster from Mars. It is up to Dr. Narasaki and his mecha robot Miroku to save the Earth. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Negadon: The Monster from Mars torrent reviews
(br) wrote: My daughter and I both enjoyed this wonderful movie, a must see for all.
(it) wrote: Do yourself a favour- go watch this movie n if possible try to follow it in life... And yes...PK da jawab nahin...
(us) wrote: I love Anthony Hopkins. I cannot wait to see this film.
(au) wrote: 99%Artful, quotable, but still thematically subtle, There Will Be Blood is a certified classic, anchored by mesmerizing performances by Daniel Day-Lewis and Paul Dano.V: 82%
(jp) wrote: 77%Saw this on 1/12/15The historical film is well shot and uses unseen locales for it's better use. It does justice to it's subject matter by giving a detailed and thorough description of the life of the Red Indians in Canada. It's at times haunting and cerebral and it's well acted. However, it could have packed some more punch why trying to establish it's points.
(au) wrote: While it's not as memorable as it's predecessor, RoboCop 2 is still a pretty fun sci-fi action flick. It's worth a watch for that last scene.
(de) wrote: Highly agreeable revenge rom-com / drama, starring two actors at the top of their game, and ably supported by a great cast including John Mahoney, JT Walsh, and the luminous Barbara Hershey.
(ca) wrote: Should you see this movie? See that tomatometer score?
(ag) wrote: Film de monstre des annees 50, tout ce qu'il y a de plus basique et previsible...pas mauvais mais strictement rien de transcendant...
(fr) wrote: "Four score and seven years ago..."If you're wondering why my opening quote features the beginning of the Gettysburg Address, it's because that speech plays a pivotal role in the film I'm about to review. It's Ruggles of Red Gap, a comedy starring Charles Laughton and Mary Boland.Set in 1908, Ruggles (Charles Laughton) is a butler living in Paris with his master the Earl of Burnstead (Roland Young). When Ruggles is bought off by the American cowboy Egbert Floud (Charles Ruggles; no relations to the story in any way), Ruggles, Egbert, and his social wife Effie (Mary Boland) head to the American town of Red Gap. There, Ruggles is mistaken as a British officer, but becomes a popular fellow, though the social town leader Belknap-Jackson (Lucien Littlefield) is suspicious about it. Soon, Ruggles is intrigued by democracy and intends to make his mark in America.The film also features Lelia Hyams as singer and dancer Neil Kenner and Zasu Pitts as the cook Mrs. Judson, who develops a crush on Ruggles.Ruggles of Red Gap is famous for two things. First, it's famous for a scene where Ruggles recites the Gettysburg Address, which basically sums up the whole message of the film where foreigners can succeed in America like any other American. The other famous scene is where The Earl is taught how to play the drums. And yes, that sequence was pretty funny. I enjoyed Ruggles of Red Gap cause it had heart. Charles Laughton was great as Ruggles. With his self-determination on the American Dream, his focus on American life makes me root for the character even more. The scene where he quotes the Gettysburg Address was known for moving audiences during the day, with many cheering after that scene, and it helped them survive The Great Depression, which was big at that time.Charles Ruggles had some laughs as the American cowboy, Mary Boland is a hoot as Effie, the social-intending wife, and Lucian Littlefield is memorable as Belknap-Jackson. Roland Young was a bit of a bore as the Earl of Burnstead, but the scene where he plays the drums is surprisingly funny. The biggest miscast however, was Zasu Pitts as Ruggles' love interest. This woman annoyed me. Her voice sounded like she blew a ginormous balloon, released it, and felt all the helium. It's that annoying.If I enjoyed the majority of the cast and the American patriotism in this, then why is my score not 100%, like the general Tomatometer score? Well, for starters, it lacked pure humor. Yes, there were some comedic sequences I enjoyed such as Mary Boland screaming, a drunken Ruggles hollering "Woopee", and the Earl learning to play the drums, but the majority of the humor focused on Laughton's facial expressions. While that kind of humor works in some comedies (look at Donald O'Connor in Singin' in the Rain), for the role of Charles Laughton as Ruggles, it didn't, cause Laughton is too big a guy to carry humor out of facial expressions. For someone his height, he should have done more "Whoopees" when his character was gassed. My opinions sound stupid, but that's what I felt about the majority of the humor in Ruggles of Red Gap.But, that doesn't mean I hate Ruggles of Red Gap. In reality, I mostly enjoyed the film. Sure the film had a little too much focus on humor that isn't that super funny, but Ruggles of Red Gap had some entertaining performance, mostly coming from Charles Laughton and Mary Boland, some true American spirit, and some heart. It's not the funniest film I've seen, but with the patriotism, I give it a decently positive score.
(es) wrote: Really quite mediocre.
(es) wrote: Jump scars abound, but nothing worthy of the 'horror' moniker that some have tried to place upon it. If all you can say about a movie is "it scared me", then the movie has failed. Unbelievable plot, some wooden acting and average atmosphere does not a good film make.
(ru) wrote: 170403: I'm so glad I borrowed this film from the library instead of seeing it at the theatre. I'm shocked it even made the theatre. Alpha and Omega (2011) level animation without any endearing characters.