Priklyucheniya Sherloka Kholmsa i doktora Vatsona: Okhota na tigra
Dr. Watson executes Sherlock Holmes' will, who faced death after exposing Moriarty and his gang in the previous episode.
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Karl S (es) wrote: It was excellent movie. If u love the series u will love this.
Gerard M (au) wrote: Nick Love's best film so far. Don't worry about the conservative mainstream reviews this film is good. :-) Love loves Mann.
Luisa R (ru) wrote: Excelente pelicula, finalmente una pelicula que muestra algo diferente de Colombia. Felipe super buen actor
Dave J (mx) wrote: Tuesday, August 27, 2013 (1974) The Street Fighter DUBBED MARTIAL ARTS ACTION After Bruce Lee made martial art films popular to watch, other countries such as Japan started making them again. One coming out of Japan starred karate martial artist Sonny Chiba as Terry who was kind of like an anti- hero who unknowingly got himself mixed up with the yakuza- the kind of syndicate he doesn't want to be a part of which is the Japanese equivalent of a criminal organisation making attempts to take full control of an oil company inherited from a Japanese heiress. Although, they're more convincing martial art fights seen in a Bruce Lee, Donnie Yen or a Jackie Chan film, one can't deny the creativeness of this film such as eye, stomach and private part gouging's. And although many gory scenes looks totally fake, it was at the time enough to garner this movie the dreaded "X" rating for it's intentioned violence. And I also have to add that it's better than most quickly made Hong Kong chop sockey movies made in the during the 1970's. This is the first of three movies about the Street Fighter character. Footnote: In the Japanese subtitled versions Sonny Chiba's character in the Street Fighter movies are really called Takuma Tsurugi but in the American dubbed versions he's given the English name Terry. 2.5 out of 4 stars
Hinata A (us) wrote: old love story of love between the rich and the poor
Jenna I (us) wrote: Diana Ross is amazing in this- I agree with Ebert, she never tries to imitate Billy Holiday but she never fails to become her. This movie is guilty of falling into typical biopic structure and an anticlimactic ending, but it certainly shows a harder and harsher side of Holiday that a lesser director would have glossed over. All in all, worth it for Diana Ross' singular performance above all.
Joe S (jp) wrote: Now this is how you make a paradoy.
Oscar D G (de) wrote: Robotic man made to go to Mars, has a bad trip. Returns to Earth? "They found the capsle in Puerto Rico." "We have also gotten reports that there was some violence in the area by some one who they said was wearing something that looked like a space suit." Some really groovy music in this picture. The aliens zap men in to no existance with there ray guns, and kid nap wemon. Ray guns look cooler than anything I ever saw on Star Trek. Verry exciting movie. A must see for the brain dead or the demented.
Byron B (mx) wrote: nominated for best picture by NBR
Jeff B (kr) wrote: The best of Abbott & Costello's follow-ups to meeting Frankenstein and way superior to all of the Invisible Man sequels, Meet the Invisible Man actually boasts the most laugh-out-loud moments from their monster team-ups. Oh, like the film before it, the story and action play out at an almost childlike level. Still, the boxing match alone demonstrates the high points of each franchise: great special effects and hilarious visual gags.In this classic Universal horror-comedy, two bumbling private eyes (Abbott, Costello) help a man wrongly accused of murder (Arthur Franz) who has become invisible to help clear his name.Filmgoers cant help but love this exceptional blending of comedy and horror. The comedy team fire on all cylinders as inept sleuths who just graduated from a detective correspondence school. What constitutes a story earns more plaudits than its contemporaries (the convict-clearing-his-name bit already got used in The Invisible Man's Return and The Invisible Man's Revenge) because its purposely played for laughs, not unintentionally. Bottom line: H.G. Well Done
James H (br) wrote: 77/100. I feel this is director Dorothy Arzner's best film. It is a fine drama, with some comedy thrown in to lighten it up a bit. Maureen O'Hara gives a very sincere performance, Lucille Ball is excellent in one of her best pre I Love Lucy performances. It is also a role you would not expect from her. This is one of her personal favorites of the films she had made. She is very memorable. Maria Ouspenskaya does well in a supporting role. Great dialogue, some good musical numbers as well. The film clearly didn't have a big budget, but the character development of the stars and a plot with substance help it rise above the restrictions of the budget.
Joshua B (ag) wrote: A Classic romance comedy, with a twist.
Jonathan G (au) wrote: Silly over the top but funny and jason statham does a great job overall it's a movie I can watch over and over