The movie features Ash and his two friends Iris and Cilan, as they help a Keldeo battle against a powerful Dragon-type Pokémon named Kyurem as his test to become a Sacred Swordsman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pokémon the Movie: Kyurem vs. the Sword of Justice
An over zealous pokemon called Keldeo enrages a very powerful Kyurem, with the help of Ash and Pikachu can Keldeo become a sword of justice and defeat the mighty Kyurem?
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Phil D (au) wrote: Oh dear amy pond kill in the first 20 mins of this film.
Kenneth L (ru) wrote: Kept my timeline divided attention fully engaged throughout. Came even with a brief if incomplete explanation of how a damn time machine might operate if not how it would work.
lourdh r (au) wrote: Concept is religious basics but the scenes and the screenplay makes something annoying the actors done their part best but the director made somewhere a mistake but rather then more the picture is a lot more mocking.. as tv programs... not bad..
Neal J (it) wrote: What the film may lack in its second act more than makes up for in its last 13 minutes. Powerful experience even if you have to let out a few yarns
Michael K (gb) wrote: The perils of growing up all set in the back drop of camp for musical theatre nerds. It's got great music and a lot of heart. Look for a cameo by Mr. Broadway, Stephen Sondheim-himself.
Darryll H (ru) wrote: a very entertaining crime/caper/hustle movie with a fantastic cast including gabriel byrne, sylvester stallone, jamie foxx, thandie newton and melanie griffith, i highly recommend
Rudy M (gb) wrote: It was time for me again to watch a pre-9/11 movie. A comedy even. There's just something about 1990's movies from America. There's some kind of carefree innocence that you just miss in more recent productions.Liar Liar is of course a well-known Jim Carrey film. At the director's seat is Tom Shadyac, who has worked with Carrey on several occasions and shows the capacity to reign Carrey in more often than not. Paul Guay and Stephen Mazur are responsible for the writing, which is mostly excellent in this case.The premise is as silly as it is original: a five year old boy wishes that his dad (Carrey as Fletcher Reede, a lawyer) can't lie 'for just one day'. And of course here the wish comes true. And you can imagine what kind of problems that creates for a lawyer at work and an adult in general.When I heard the little guy mutter those words, I was surprised to hear the 'for just one day' clause. Why on earth would the boy think of it, let alone add it to his wish? I'd think he'd want his dad to NEVER lie again, but hey, I'm a critic, not a writer.It still bothers me now, though. It's as if the writers added that little clause to make it somehow more realistic, more manageable if there's a 24-hour limit? Regardless, it doesn't matter. Not for most of the story, not for the realism. Cause really, a higher power that truly makes wishes come true? I have yet to see it happen outside of movies.Anyway, there are some funny remarks to be made about the reality that existed because of the wish that was granted. You can't really catch a slip of the tongue throughout the movie, even little white lies can't be said by Fletcher Reede. But then again, it seems to be a universal truth that (Max:) "My teacher says beauty is on the inside" / (dad:) "That's just something that ugly people say."Pow! Quite a statement there, writers. If you know what early 1990's Jim Carrey frolicks are like, you get a mostly filtered and stylized version of it here. At times, it's as good as it gets. Sometimes, though, it kinda derails with Carrey getting carried away. (Do you like what I did there?). I prefer the dialogue to Carrey's facial antics, but in general, it's 'very good', bordering on 'great'.Pros: There's a character named Maximilian in this filmCons: goes off the rails a few times.Verdict: Good entertainment.
Jochen W (jp) wrote: not anywhere near a real movie, of course. but then again: have you seen OUT OF REACH? or INTO THE SUN? seagal has done A LOT worse!!!!! this was in fact almost watchable, so it should be considered one of the better of his latter efforts.
Pamela R (fr) wrote: Christian Bale ha sido un 'Seor Actor' desde nio.
Wayne T (au) wrote: I loved the MST3K version, oh it's just the paper chase guy. MEGA WEAPON, MEGA WEAPON.
Chris C (kr) wrote: this movie is so appropriate for most of suburban society that its scary.......cuz its true.
Cha t (ag) wrote: THE SYNOPSIS IS WRONG. This little seen movie has a young McQueen playing up to Gleeson. A great little movie about friendship. Enlisted man MsQueen befriends overweight Gleeson and gets him out to enjoy life, even hooking him up with Tuesday Weld. Nice bittersweet story.
Christian B (ag) wrote: One of the worst assassin movies in a long time. The story line is so dry and flat it would drain water from the sun... really? you numb nuts start feeling bad for killing people after murdering 500 people? come on
Kyle E (ag) wrote: The match up that many people had been waiting for! It's not really that great of a movie if you don't treat it like a genre entry, but it is admittedly a fun little guilty pleasure. Plus, it's great seeing two major horror titans go at it, just like in the monster mash movies of old. Freddy Kruger is no longer the menace he once was, so he goes through a hair-brained scheme to regain control on Elm Street. He uses Jason Vorhees, tricking poeple into thinking it's really Freddy. Problem is, Jason won't stop, so Freddy has to go in and handle things himself. The film delivers with the gore, but a lot of the humor is very hit and miss, with plenty of obnoxious groaners and annoying moments. The effects are at least well done, and I liked how they did deliver a good showdown, and, as far as the ending goes, well, that's probably the best possible way they could have done it since it would have been impossible to please everyone. Bottom line, if you like Freddy or Jason, then give it a watch.
David L (au) wrote: A story of reality, sadness, and deception, catfish was an unknown quantity to me that sent me to sleep at the beginning, before providing a relatively gripping ending with its potentially blunt perception of today's society. Focusing on one individual who enters the online web involving Facebook and dating, the lead character becomes fascinated with his new contact, and all their family. One was a young artist who's work at such a young age was nothing short of astounding, another was an attractive model who's looks would captivate any male, and the other main acquaintance was the mother of the two; Angela, who most often picked up the phone and was the main point of conversation. Due to the distance, meeting the individuals often looked unlikely, until our lead, and his friends were in the area one day and decided to pop in to put intrigue to rest. What they found was a shocking (but true) discovery that would serve as a warning to anyone on social media or online dating. As much as this had an interesting message and a realistic storyline, it's low budget production and the slow introduction made this very difficult to get drawn into at first. There's next to no action as such, and is more of a documentary than a movie. I wouldn't say it's hard hitting, but it certainly gets its point across about the dangers of today's world, and has an interesting take on the psychology behind certain people's minds. I'm never a fan of films made entirely from the third person viewing mode as it makes it very shaky and unprofessional, regardless of how natural it may be. This isn't going to be a lot of people's cup of tea, and nor was it particularly mine. Having said that, it is a thinkers film, or one who is interested in the dynamics of the human brain. I wouldn't watch this again, as it solely represents a sign of our times, and serves as a warning message for all computer geeks out there.