Notebook on Cities and Clothes

Notebook on Cities and Clothes

Wim Wenders talks with Japanese fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto about the creative process and ponders the relationship between cities, identity and the cinema in the digital age.

Wim Wenders talks with Japanese fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto about the creative process and ponders the relationship between cities, identity and the cinema in the digital age. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Samy A (kr) wrote: A well crafted drama that boasted some great performances from a cast, especially Willian Hurt.

Noah K (fr) wrote: wuxia flick bogged down by predictable story line and overdone fight sequences

bill b (ca) wrote: Funny horror comedy. Actually is more comedy than horror.Very weak script and mediocre performarces.(especially the girl)But its entertaining.

Steve W (de) wrote: Lupin is able to steal a fantastical magic lamp from under Zenigata's nose, but ends up getting royally screwed in the process. The magic lamp is a sort of memory wiping device, taking away Lupin's memory for 12 hours at a time. When he awakens, he has no idea what is going on and a nefarious villain named General Garlic is after the lamp.The story line itself isn't too grand, as its all over the place. There are some really funny moments near the end, with Fujiko getting a comeuppance and Goemon insults her (intentional or not?). Lupin also gets his first ever on-screen kiss with someone other than Fujiko, which is a benchmark for the television specials.Other than a few enjoyable moments, this television special is enjoyable but not as good as the others.

Walter M (au) wrote: Raul(Alfredo Castro) is a week early for the Tony Manero look-alike contest at the television studio because this week they are doing Chuck Norris. That's not the only sympton of his obsession as he also goes to see "Saturday Night Fever" every chance he can, plus putting on a show based on the movie. First, he needs a dance floor and even after finding the right material, he needs money. Otherwise, Raul watches an old woman get mugged, helps her home with her groceries, kills her, smokes a cigarette to calm his nerves, feeds the cat and steals her color television set. "Tony Manero" is a disturbing and sexually graphic character study. Raul is so single-minded(Which works against itself since it is difficult to gauge some of the other relationships in the movie at times) that he does not take notice of anything outside of his goal in Chile in 1980 where the police pay more attention to politics than actual crime. Despite Raul's psychosis and his appearing closer to a late model Al Pacino than a young John Travolta, he looks up to and identifies with Tony Manero, in seeing somebody who tries to escape his life of drudgery through dance.(If Raul is angry at "Grease," I don't want to think about how he would react to some of John Travolta's later movies.) In fact, "Tony Manero" and "Saturday Night Fever" both are similar in their critical attitudes about racism.

John W (br) wrote: I would think Hitchcock would be pleased by such a stylish homage. Largely a by the numbers thriller with a fairly solid story. Beautifully shot in AH style, with a beautiful cast, it is flattery by sincere imitation.

Michal Z (au) wrote: Travolta is terrific as a bad guy. Its a shame and a mistake that 'Golden Raspberries' nominated him for a 'Razzie'. A real pain in the ass, but otherwise solid action movie that did fine at the Box Office worldwide. Made on a $102 million budget resulting in a worldwide gross of around $147 million. Definitely would recommend.

Poul F (ru) wrote: More of the same, and that isn't good.

Matt D (ag) wrote: Typical 90's action film involving a cop with a torn conscience!!

Mark J (kr) wrote: It's refreshing seeing Matthew Broderick on screen before 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off'. A throwback to the nostalgic times of dial-up Internet, WarGames is a fun watch to this day; and also a good reminder of the power of AI, then and now.

Jonathan P (au) wrote: Pryor's best non stand-up movie. His multi-character work is pure genius.

Gregory W (mx) wrote: ok 70's blacksplotation stuff

Mary C (mx) wrote: Love, love, love this movie. Great story and great music. I hate the idea that there is a remake in the works.

Matt M (ru) wrote: One of the stand out film noirs, with great characters and a solid and entertaining storyline, as well as an unmistakable feeling of casual cool running through it.

nicholas p (ru) wrote: great movie very good