There once was a pirate known as the Great Gold Pirate Woonan, who obtained almost one-third of the world's gold. Over the course of a few years, the pirate's existence faded, and a legend grew that he disappeared with his gold to a remote island, an island pirates continue to search for. Aboard the Going Merry, Luffy and his crew, starved and reckless, are robbed of their treasure. In an attempt to get it back, they wreck the getaway ship, guided by a young boy named Tobio, who's a captured part of El Drago's pirate crew. El Drago's love for gold has driven him to look for Woonan's island, and thanks to Woonan's treasure map, he finds it. During this time, Luffy's crew have been split up, and despite their own circumstances, they must find a way to stop El Drago from obtaining Woonan's gold.
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Lisa J (ca) wrote: This wasn't too great at first, but once I finished the movie, I thought it was alright.
Alex b (ca) wrote: this movie for sure one of the most quoted films in my home ha ha BUDDY
Prach P (de) wrote: "Raise the Red Lantern", set in 1920 China, tells a story of human tragedies involving women who are slaves to customs. The customs oppress them to the extent that they have very little room left for compassionate interactions with others.Taking customs as given and immutable, they fight against each other to survive and thrive. The fights among themselves leave them no time nor strength to question the customs themselves - let alone to turn against those customs. Their minds are fully occupied by thoughts about people around them, and have absolutely no concepts about the structure that governs their interactions.I didn't find the film very realistic or insightful at all. It is too operatic, too exaggerated, too artificially tragic, to give us much insight about the reality of Chinese society at that time. We see the characters only as pitiful victims of cruelty (imposed both by the structure and people). Yes, they have emotions and personalities, but they don't seem to have goals, or wishes, or a will at all. We see Songlian, the main character, through five seasons, and yet at the end of the film we still don't know what she wants. She remains as incomprehensible as ever.
David B (es) wrote: 1/10. If I could rate this as 0/10, even that might be too high.
Platon M (nl) wrote: Mindless fun in beautiful Santorini !!!
Charlie G (ru) wrote: Obligatory sequel to a crappy first film.
Brenna C (br) wrote: Gerard Depardieu, subtitles. Funny.
Ralph T (kr) wrote: Cutting, bitchy, scathing.Great stuff.Geraldine Page and Ruth Gordon are excellent in a cold battle of wits...but who wins?
Josh B Taylor (jp) wrote: After Dr. Terrors house of Horrors, Amicus made Torture Garden. It was a neat idea, the stories seemed to be a little longer than the other anthologies that amicus made. Glad to See Burgess Meredith in it. Bottom line is that Torture Garden is a neat movie to watch.
Paul D (de) wrote: Slow, moody and poignant, all of which emphasis the deep soul searching that occurs in the first part of the movie, and make up the sum of its parts. It's a really interesting look on how a person without meaning in their life enacts to define it.
Carrie T (kr) wrote: Coraline is creepy, it has visuals and scenes that can easily be scarier than some horror movies out there.