Psalms of Planets Eureka Seven: Good Night, Sleep Tight, Young Lovers
Renton, son of scientists, and Eureka, a girl who can't live under the sun, are raised together when very young and become very attached to each other. Powerless to prevent Eureka from being taken away Renton vows to rescue her and enters the military.
- Stars:Yûko Sanpei, Kaori Nazuka, Keiji Fujiwara, Michiko Neya, Shigenori Yamazaki, Ami Koshimizu, Mamoru Miyano, Fumie Mizusawa, Akio Nakamura, Mayumi Asano, Tamio Ôki, Yûichi Nagashima, Tomoyuki Shimura, Taro Yamaguchi, Yasunori Matsumoto,
- Director:Tomoki Kyôda,
- Writer:Tomoki Kyôda (screenplay)
Renton, son of scientists, and Eureka, a girl who can't live under the sun, are raised together when very young and become very attached to each other. Powerless to prevent Eureka from being taken away Renton vows to rescue her and enters the military. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Psalms of Planets Eureka Seven: Good Night, Sleep Tight, Young Lovers torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Catching Fire is the one of the best YA dystopian novel adaptation yet, after The Harry Potter Series. It's an action packed, visually stunning, deeper exploration of the characters, breathtaking, and thought-provoking themes movie.
(ag) wrote: This movie is fucking travesty. It should be a filthy blemish on anyone involved in signing off the script and those in production who watched the flashbacks and forwards between 2002 and 2013 and thought it was believable. But my biggest beef is with the amateurish way Australian Rules Football is treated. If your going to feature the revered Australian sport - do your homework assholes: Jack Nicholson's couch character uses satisfactory idioms and then in the next sentence uses generic sports terms that sound fucking ridiculous. And the premise that Angus Sampson's overweight character could be playing alongside legitimate AFL prospects is out and out bullshit. Hang your heads in shame Blinder.
(es) wrote: All the clichs in the same consanguined movie always make me happy.
(es) wrote: it is a good movie with nice songs.Asin nice in picture.
(nl) wrote: I own this on DVD and Blu-Ray.
(au) wrote: Pointless, mindless, senseless. Not even fun. Pretentious pile of BS with occasionally interesting visuals, that wants to be a thriller but moves like a sleepwalker.
(fr) wrote: It was a great movie, with very intelligent dialog and focusing on the three guys. it was genius.
(us) wrote: It's a far cry from Chinatown, but the too-late sequel to one of the greatest noir films ever made isn't necessarily deserving of its terrible reputation. Make no mistake, The Two Jakes is utterly subpar. Jack Nicholson gives a solid performance in his reprisal of Jake Gittes, and Harvey Keitel is serviceable, but the plot is far too convoluted and, quite frankly, uninteresting. The worst offender is Madeline Stowe, whose performance is so comically awful it might as well be parody. Her overacting will elicit full bellied laughs as if it were a comedy, but the real joke is she's attempting to play things straight. As a sequel to one of the greatest films ever made, The Two Jakes is a woefully inadequate, saved only by Nicholson's dynamic Gittes.
(de) wrote: GREATEST HARRIS AND HUSTON ...A EPIC FILM...HARRIS ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC..
(es) wrote: This wasn't what I was expecting, for some reason I pictured it being more like a straight up horror film or something along the lines of that bad movie The Seventh Sign with Demi Moore. So I was surprised by what it turned out to be. Mimi Rogers was excellent really carried the film and I think she would have been a worthy Best Actress nominee. David Duchovny and Will Patton also did a nice job in their supporting roles. However the daughter annoyed the hell out of me whenever she constantly whined about heaven. Regardless, it was a well made film with a rather creepy ending.
(ca) wrote: An intelligent student returns to his old, depressed town, catching up with his boyhood friend who now leads a dissolute life. It's a very good film.
(ag) wrote: so silly its quite good
(ru) wrote: Once upon a time,there lived in Demark a young shoemaker named Hans Christian Andersen whose magical takes delighted boys and girls throughout the land.Filed with music,Laughter,and "wounderful glittering fun"(L.A.Examiner),this charming fable follows the adventures of the legendary storyteller and "Recaptures" the spirt of fairyland make- belive for the children of all ages"
(kr) wrote: Enjoyable heist comedy with Caine playing the con man with his usual 60's suave style. Maclaine gives able support and Herbert Lom plays the richest man in the world of whom Caine is trying to steal from.
(br) wrote: The scarecrows are great, but the story is lacking.