The true story of a Hawaiian princess' attempts to maintain the independence of the island against the threat of American colonization.
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susana c (nl) wrote: is amaizing movie i really have my heart at 100
Adriana S (ag) wrote: la mafia en la sangre jajajajaja..
Mattias E (us) wrote: Marriage is not a crazy thing at all in Yu Ha's second movie, it's a snare laid by a conservative society, justified and perpetuated by references to traditional values and that old Confusian concept of filial duty. In this context any hope of finding true love pretty soon comes short, as Yu Ha's protagonists bitterly learn. Marriage Is a Crazy Thing is to some extent a very cultural specific film, but the honest and undramatic way in which Yu Ha tells the story makes it applicable to human relationships in general. Aesthetically it's not so exciting though, but that may also be one of Yu Ha's points, making it seem more real in the process. Actress Uhm Jung-hwa is a real find here. Her vision of Yeon-hee is one of those rare Korean gems, a strong female character complete with flaws and all.
Thomas B (it) wrote: Overlong, underdone and unfocussed despite the fantastic central performances. Full review later.
Eve C (br) wrote: ..."je remercie Dieu de ne pas m'avoir fait femme"...?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Muffin M (au) wrote: Will get this when the DVD comes out in Australia..
Christopher B (gb) wrote: Just never got this. Had a bunch of friends who did. Did lol at parts.
pete 1 (au) wrote: fantastic film,low budget but very realistic lookingthe scene were he remembers waking up aboard the ufo/ship is still very scaryrobert patrick is amzing in thisstilll one of my all time fave films
Steven W (fr) wrote: love these movies about the legends o rock
Casey B (gb) wrote: excellent movie! an in depth illustration of the 1919 "black sox" scandal. a mark in baseball history that really leaves a bad taste in your mouth. highly recommend to baseball fans or even history buffs.
Noname (de) wrote: A nice old war movie but the guns of navarone are better but this is great also. One of Harrison Ford's earlier movies.
James H (it) wrote: Very good adaptation to the book, it?s a poignant coming of age drama that is beautifully done. Exquisite period detail, very well cast and believably told. Sensitively directed by Robert Mulligan. The score is outstanding as is the cinematography. A fine film.
Arslan K (kr) wrote: Rian Johnson's film looper is quite the ride. First off the performances from Levitt and Willis are quite amazing. There are a lot of scenes especially regarding the character of Bruce Willis that can take a lot from a person on physical and emotional level and they both seem to do a great job at delivering it. Looper is a story about time travel basically but what Johnson did was he showed somewhat of a real version of this crazed phenomenon we all chase to achieve. One of the best thing Johnson does is the way he shows the audience time travel in the very opening of the film the audience is told exactly what kind of time travel movie this will be. The movie revolves around future people sending bad guys back in time to have them killed because hiding a body is nearly impossible in the future, a fact that Johnson kind of looks over and doesn't explain much but saying that an advance civilization with the technology of time travel cannot hide a body so we are now just to accept this and watch the movie. The movie really gets going when Levitt is found faced to faced with himself from the future and Levitt's character Joe is suppose to take older Joes life now and this scene is epically shot with minimum sound in the background which just adds to this scene. And then the movie continues with Joe chasing Joe and it's a thrilling ride from there. A subject that should be talked about is the great direction of Johnson which was new and fresh in every sense and can very well be the next style that reaches the hype of Tarrentino. Now with all the good this movie does it also does quite a bit wrong especially the writing, TK and the paradoxes. Now my most hated thing about this movie was the useless use of the TK mutant type of power in this movie. Which had certain people with the power of telekinesis it felt very unneeded and was just there to give this kid some character who was also a bad addition to this movie but was rightfully cute but stupid nonetheless. This TK thing kind of happened due to the writing of Johnson and relates back to it as well. The other half chunk of the flaws come from the laziness of the writing leading to plot holes. Now Johnson has gone on record to clear things up for people which is fine but a movie should speak forIt self and should be the number one source to find all the confusing answers. It's a bit of a cheap thing to explain and clear things after a movies release. It's almost like it's mandatory for people like me who dig deep in scientific movies and it's not how it should be the movie should be the ONLY experience. Now the main paradox that happened in the movie was the Hitler paradox and it's the biggest one because it causes the movie Events to never happen this resulting in no existence of the movie. Another paradox or plot hole would be the bootstrap one where Levitt will alter his future since he knows his own fate causing 2 paradoxes at once therefore again erasing the movie events. But amidst all these paradoxes and plot holes we are to believe in the parallel universe theory and know same events are occurring in a different universe within the movie events for example the alternative old Joe story that never because young Joe is our protagonist as said by the director. But I still enjoy the movie because it's a movie at the end, and that's how it should be enjoyed but as a time travel sucker this was bound to happen. BUT what bothered me the most was be lazy ending which was...spoilers to kill himself and get rid of every plot hole and paradoxes yes it's a cool way to end it but it was a lazy end and seemed that the directors couldn't take the mess anywhere because of the criticism he would get and the ending is the most acclaimed thing about the movie but I see it as a "l wanna save the hero and the villian and the people, let's kill them all and no one wins" situation, a situation I made right now. All and all this movie is very good with a lot of great moments and direction but it's held back with lazy writing and paradoxes but any thing dealing with time travel always has me going deep then I have to but that's just how I treat time travel movies.
Frances H (br) wrote: Not as good as the early Bonds with Connery. (Diamonds Are Forever wasn't either.) The really good ones were Goldfinger, Dr. No and From Russia With Love. Only the Daniel Craig Bonds can match them. But if you haven't seen this one before, it's worth a watch.
Daryl K (de) wrote: The traditional story -- town sheriff has to prevent a jailed murderer from being broken out by an army of hired guns -- is only one aspect of Howard Hawks' 'Rio Bravo'. What makes the film unique and endlessly re-watchable, is its distinctive characters and their interplay in one ambling scene after another. The result: a long picture that breezes by, and performances by the likes of Dean Martin and Walter Brennan that you'll remember long after. It's great fun seeing macho man Wayne reduced to stuttering schoolboy in verbal interplay with his Hawksian love interest, Angie Dickinson. Easily one of my favorite all-time Westerns, and one of my favorite John Wayne films.