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Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys
A comet bearing a deadly Pokemon creature crash-lands onto Earth, terrorising a nearby high-tech city, where Ash, Pikachu and friends are currently visiting...
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Robert S (mx) wrote: I always wanted to see Eddy Murphy of his more serious side of acting. This movie of him being a great helper formed to be a great friend shows how much broad range of acting he can do than just comedy. My question is why don't existing actors use all available talents when they can other than acting? I admire the fact Mr. Murphy showed his piano talent in this movie. This movie was a very inspirational movie touching to the heart. I enjoyed watching it.
Monjit B (gb) wrote: Filmmaking at its worst... Such movies should be banned!!!
Christophe C (de) wrote: Un court sensible et cruel voir de toute urgence!
Craig B (mx) wrote: Lake of Fire tackles the issue of abortion with fearless and graphic candor. It throws some conservative punches by interviewing women who are about to undergo or who have just undergone an abortion. The conflict over what they are about to do, or what they have just done, is palpable. Not content to leave the topic in the subjective realm of language, however, the movie also shows the procedure. The ensuing visual images are like a challenge - "this is what you support." The film then throws some liberal punches by interviewing the religious extremists who kill doctors and firebomb abortion clinics. It exposes their rigid and exclusionary belief systems and shows equally disturbing images of murdered clinic employees - "this is what you support." Intellectuals from both sides of the argument are interviewed, and although it would be disingenuous of me to deny that the film leans to the left, I still think its attempt at objectivity results in one of the best and most thought-provoking documentaries I have seen in years.
Kevin S (jp) wrote: Goldie Hawn and Steve Martin together you can not lose when it comes to comedy. They are so good together and prove it in this movie that has you laughing hard. They both have you laughing through the whole movie. I thought the story was very cleverly thought of. It was a well done and well put together comedy featuring two of the best comedians. I really had a hoot watching this movie.
Citien P (ca) wrote: A true work of art that brilliantly merges Kafka's biography and his writing. Perhaps Soderbergh's finest hour.
Tim S (ru) wrote: Police Story is the first part in Jackie Chan's famous Police Story series. It's also the series that cemented who he was and what he did on the big screen, at least in pop culture. He also took over creative control, directed the film, acted and performed nearly all of the stunts himself (even when it wasn't his character). If you want to see a textbook of martial arts street fighting and probably the greatest stunts ever put on film, then I highly recommend you check out all of Jackie Chan's work, especially from this series. It may drag in places, but his character is both endearing and badass at the same time, a rare combination for an action film. It's also a bit of an adventure, and with a great story to boot. Supercop (Police Story 3) may be the most famous entry in the series, at least in the US, but you can't deny the awesomeness of the original film.
Blake P (ag) wrote: I suppose my reaction to "Barbarella" is a simple "What is this shit?", and whether you love it or you hate it, you'll be saying the same thing too. There are three kinds of ways to react to "Barbarella": (1) this is a masterpiece in horribleness, (2) this is horrible, and (3) wow, this is HORRIBLE. Or, you can be like me and feel all three things at completely different times, but never at once. No matter who you are, you'll always know that "Barbarella" is terrible, but it's bad in so, so, so many ways. See: Atrocious acting. Unironically kitschy set design. Writing that tries too hard to be tongue-in-cheek (but eventually throws all caution into the wind and just stops trying). Awful special effects. Jane Fonda trying as hard as she can to climb out of the cloyingly psychedelic quicksand only to suffocate. But like all camp, there's a point where you have to stop retching in disgust and sit back and absorb the outright shabbiness, to settle down and understand that what you're watching isn't going to be "Forbidden Planet" or "2001: A Space Odyssey". Roger Vadim, the tawdry French director who has been married to Brigitte Bardot and "Barbarella" star Jane Fonda, aimed for high camp but got low camp, wanting to play it straight at times when everything else seems to be moving in an uncontrollably zigzag motion. The results are super bungled up (there truly uninspired moments but there are also moments that tickle the wilder parts of our imagination), but unlike other Z-rate sci-fi romps of the time, the film takes itself seriously when it shouldn't and laughs at itself when it shouldn't. The tone (delightfully shitty) never hits a stride; I still can't tell you if "Barbarella" is so bad it's good or if it's so bad it's just bad. In the distant future, (astronaut? Space-based James Bond? Warrior? Sex kitten put in the wrong place?) Barbarella (Fonda) is assigned by the Earth's president to locate and return Doctor Durand Durand from the uncharted Tau Ceti region. Durand Durand, you see, created a weapon known as the Positronic Ray, which is deadly enough to cause Earthly leaders to fear extinction if it were to fall into the wrong hands. Barbarella crashed lands onto Tau Ceti's 16th planet, and, from there, embarks on an adventure that could only be found in a film like this, romancing a blind angel (John Phillip Law) and facing foes such as razor-toothed dolls, one-eyed nymphos, bloodthirsty canaries, aqueous personifications of evil, and Orgasmitrons. Oddly enough, most of the weird-ass things I've listed are dealt with with a straight face; there's no hint of anyone on the set even realizing that people aren't just going to nod along when Barbarella is almost murdered by a crazed ~ pause ~ Orgasmitron. In one interview, Fonda spoke about her character as if like was going for a particularly thoughtful characterization. Yeah right. With her newscaster voice and famously sexy body, she's the odd man out. If anything, she is the campiest thing in the film. She falls over (I mention this because Barbarella, despite being some kind of warrior, loses her balance a lot) with a slow-motion, I've fallen and I can't get up! deliberation; when she hits the ground, it's like she's climaxing for the camera. She says her lines like she knows they're bad, and sometimes even seems to be pretending that she's Brigitte Bardot and not The Respected Actress Jane F*%$#ing Fonda. Who can blame her? What actress can really take things seriously when they have to perform a (not erotic, awkward) zero-gravity striptease in a shag carpeted spaceship (?) in the opening scene alone? I could give "Barbarella" an A for being awful, but what kind of critic would I be if I rewarded a film for failing at everything it tries? I'll settle for a D+, but it's not a D+ in the same category as other flops. It's an entertaining failure, like a train wreck that is in the process of being stopped by Tobey Maguire in his Spidey suit. And look on the positive side: an '80s band was named after its villain, so it can't all be bad.
Andr D (br) wrote: La unin de Barbra Streisand y Seth Rogen no es lo que uno podra esperar. La historia de un ingeniero qumico que se embarca en un largo viaje en auto con su mam sobreprotectora, no llega a ser la comedia alocada que pudo haber sido el producto de esta mezcla de actores. Sin embargo, la cinta tiene corazn, y Streisand se ve relajada y llega a tener momentos muy cmicos. Curiosamente, Rogen es el personaje serio (!). Recomendada para ver el da de la madre.
andy s (fr) wrote: good film and watchable but acting is poor
Cth E (it) wrote: Somewhat over-rated Indie Irish film based on the book 'Bad Day at Blackrock'. The book was stunning but the film left me feeling unconcerned and empty. There is no feeling for the characters and it just seems to concentrate on Reynor's good looks.