Nosutoradamusu no daiyogen

Nosutoradamusu no daiyogen

Professor Nishiyama, after studying and interpreting the prophecies of Nostradamus, realizes that the end of the world is at hand. Unfortunately, nobody listens to him until it is too late....

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Samsara S (jp) wrote: Not sure why everyone is so harsh on this movie. I enjoyed the movie, the social justice theme and the message. As for its predictability- it is like most hollywood movies. But the fact that it is about issues that actually exist in the world that the mainstream media/entertainment industry tend to ignore give the movie at least a reason for being. And hopefully makes at least one person think about how water is a human right for everyone, and the fact that it trying to be privatized in reality should make us lift our head out of the sand (or away from the computer/tv) to critically think about where our world is headed...unfortunately most people are ignorant to these issues which is why these issues belong in mainstream movies -- how does it hurt to expand from FBI, CIA, cops, mafia, etc in movies.... and let people in on what is happening in the world...

Simon P (ru) wrote: Dark, quirky and splendidly awkward. A very interesting feature-length debut.

Alfin N (au) wrote: Shkolnik versus Shkolnik. Or to be more precise: the Shkolniks versus their own selves.

Kris S (gb) wrote: wow.. so stupid... don't waste your time

Tom C (kr) wrote: This film should be re-titled "Unnecessary Details: The Movie". I can't recall how many times I asked myself, "What's the point of this scene? How does this further the plot?" It was only when the credits began rolling that I came to the grim realization that there was no plot. Greenberg is a sort of Jackson Polluck of story-telling, wherein random scenes are cobbled together and it is left to the befuddled audiences to grok from meaning from it all. I get that this is supposed to represent some sort of realism, but often it feels like I'm listening to a slightly crazy co-worker ramble about their tired problems for the 20th time; as if I care. I'd recommend skipping this meandering mess and go with something more entertaining.

Conrad M (es) wrote: It started off a little slow and meandered a bit before it got into the meat of the story, but once it gets going it's hard to stop watching. It shows you that a cops job isn't as exciting as the Hollywood portray them to be and how dealing with the seedier elements of society isn't as black and white as some would like you to think.

Per M (de) wrote: Stundtals riktigt rolig men med ett medelbetyg fr hela rullen!! Helt okej.

Michael M (it) wrote: Hmmm... more discipline wouldn't have hurt. It has however amazing opening and closing scenes that make it worth watching. First hour is strong, but increasingly in the second half the film feels like it's losing its handle on its subject matter. Sound design feels a little underdone at times too. There is the b and w cinematography, and the excellent performances and mise-en-scene throughout

Varun S (de) wrote: superb comedy...my next favourite after dulhe raja my fav dialouge... srk: ma arjun aa gaya hai..toh karan bhi aa jayega

Martin H (kr) wrote: A favourite of mine from my childhood, sweet and typical John Hughes family comedy. 4/5

Peter W (ag) wrote: I just like the Alien Spaceship at the end.

Eric B (ca) wrote: What to say about a 78-minute film that feels a half-hour too long? "Blank Generation" (not to be confused with 1976's "The Blank Generation," an underground concert movie) is wholly incompetent as filmmaking. Director Ulli Lommel and his co-writers (including star Richard Hell) have no idea how to structure a narrative arc. What is exposition? How does one pace a story and build drama? These are esoteric questions for this bumbling crew.We are roughly thrown into the sleazy end of Manhattan, and eventually deduce that punk-rocker Hell is playing an autobiographical character named Billy. He has a volatile relationship with a gorgeous TV interviewer (Carole Bouquet). She is known as "Nada" (ooh, so nihilist). She regularly turns exasperated with Billy and kicks him out of her flat, but always takes him back. Except this time, she returns to her German ex-boyfriend Hoffritz (Lommel, who is no more impressive as an actor). What passes for suspense in this film is whether Billy and Nada will reconcile. Meanwhile, Billy is becoming disenchanted with rock 'n' roll, even though his handlers assure him that he's headed for platinum-level success. (Uh, have they heard his music?)Hell's idea of acting is to mischievously bulge his eyes. Bouquet is a stiff, and has a thick French accent that's barely decipherable. (Realistically, how could this woman get an English-language job on television?) The movie lurches from scene to scene of sloppy quarreling, inserting a music performance where possible. When Lommel wants to pull back and breathe, he drops in a reflective moment where Billy walks around or thinks about something while jazzy music plays on the soundtrack. He also has an obvious infatuation with Jean-Luc Godard, so he makes ridiculous attempts to add meta-commentary about cinema. It's a mess.The film's only virtues are outside its fiction. The elusive Andy Warhol flashes onscreen as an interview guest, though the build-up suggests his role will be much larger. He mumbles a variant on his "superstar" philosophy and is gone. There's also a fun cameo by avant-garde violinist Walter Steding (spelled "Steading" in the credits). Most importantly, we're snuck into legendary punk club CBGB's during its heyday and see thrilling onstage footage of Richard Hell & the Voidoids (songs: "Liars Beware," "Love Comes in Spurts" and of course "Blank Generation"). Hell is also shown recording vocals for "New Pleasure" in the studio. No doubt, this material is essential viewing for anyone interested in the New York punk scene. But if you fast-forward through everything else, you'll scarcely miss a thing.

DeadHead m (br) wrote: they should've let this one stay dead!

Shaun B (nl) wrote: One of the original "So bad it's good" films.

Joe L (kr) wrote: Fantastic movie. People who didn't like this movie fail to see or feel Italian comedy. It is a great movie! DeNiro and Crystal are FANTASTIC together! It's just a funny movie that is entertaining!

Matt B (kr) wrote: Wolf Creek is an ugly, depressing, vile, misogynistic experience in horror brutality. And yet, it really freaked me out. John Jarratt gives one of the greatest villain performances of all time. He is absolutely TERRIFYING. So damn creepy.But is Wolf Creek worth recommending? I don't know. It freaked me out, but it also made me really depressed. Up to you.