Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie Part III: Rebellion
Following Madoka's rewriting of the universe, sacrificing herself and her happy normal days to save all magical girls from the cruel fate that awaited them by wiping witches out of existence, the despair still manifest into creatures known as nightmares. Magical girl Homura Akemi continues to fight alone in the hope that she will be able to see Madoka smile again.
- Stars:Aoi Yuki, Chiwa Saito, Eri Kitamura, Kaori Mizuhashi, Ai Nonaka, Kana Asumi, Emiri Katou, Yûko Gotô, Tetsuya Iwanaga, Seiko Yoshida, Ryôko Shintani, Junko Iwao, Yoshitsugu Matsuoka, Chinatsu Akasaki, Hiromi Igarashi,
- Director:Yukihiro Miyamoto, Akiyuki Shinbo, Alexander Von David,
- Writer:Gen Urobuchi (screenplay), Alexander Von David (english adaptation)
Madoka Kaname used to be a normal girl living happy days of her life. This all ended when she sacrificed herself in order to save other magical girls from the utterly cruel fate that ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie Part III: Rebellion torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: A former swimming champion is replaced by his son as the pool attendant at a posh Chadian hotel.I understand why this film got rave reviews. There is a quiet power to Emile Abossolo-M'bo's performance, and the filmmaking is full of subtle moments of his character's quiet desperation. And the film doesn't make an overt, in-your-face political point, but by the end, we can't escape the folly of war.But the film is remarkably slow. One moment of strong acting is also an example of the film's main flaw: the camera starts at a three-quarter shot of Adam, and over the course of about forty-five seconds, it zooms in to a extreme close-up just as a tear forms in Adam's right eye. It takes an amazing amount of talent for an actor to make that work, and even though M'bo does, it's an incredibly long way to travel for the payoff. If this were the only slow moment in the film, I'd be raving, but cumulatively, there are at least fifteen minutes composed of Adam walking down the same streets he later rides a motorcycle down. And on and on. When Stanley Kubrick employed some of the same camerawork, it built suspense; when director Mahamet Saleh Haroun tries these tricks, it's too much, comprising a film that is tortuously slow.Overall, I'm sympathetic to the film's political points and subtle filmmaking, but if only there were a character with youthful energy (Adam's son is a prime candidate), then it would balance the film's overall meandering style.
(mx) wrote: Such a sad movie that helps you understand what Alex has to go through with the emotional crisis and where love comes into play as well.
(au) wrote: The Jesse Stone series (four movies to date with a fifth coming in March '09) is rock solid, as is Tom Selleck in the lead role. He really does fit the part; you'd think the original books were written with him in mind. After four, though, the formula begins to intrude on one's enjoyment: there's always a gangster to be killed, some sort of domestic violence case for him to get involved in; his ever-present struggles with women and scotch, and, as my wife observed, isn't it kind of creepy that he always gets involved in the life of a teen-aged girl, never a boy? Yeah, all that, but these are still great movies, and I can't wait for installment # 5.
(es) wrote: it was actually betr than i thought it wud b...
(es) wrote: I just remembered! This made my whole childhood! I recall watching this and loving every single minute! Of course I had no freakin clue who the hell Rodney Dangerfield is... and I haven't figured that out yet... but this will stay in my mind forever... GOOD TIMES! By the way: great animation with such a mature screenplay and plot it will astonish young adults but bore and confuse kids who are not as awake to the world as I was back in the day hahaha... really... Great film! Underrated as hell!
(ag) wrote: An average flick that runs out of steam before the end. Could've benefited from being an episode on an anthology horror series instead so there was tighter plotting.
(ag) wrote: 1 among aamir's best performance
(es) wrote: Burt Reynolds is veteran stuntman Sonny Hooper, one of the best stuntmen in the business. He realises that he is getting a bit old for the business when he meets a young up-and comer hotshot stuntman played by Jan-Michael Vincent. We also get Adam West playing himself as the main actor on set (but too briefly, because I really enjoyed his impersonation of Reynolds walking with some ladies sporting a mustache and chewing some gum). Reynolds tries to push himself to the limit by escalating the movie stunts and soon bears the consequences and risks, only until he comes up with a super stunt involving a rocket-car! Lots of action and explosions on the set of action films. We get a deeper look at the happy and sad lives of stuntmen and the real unsung heroes of action movies. Interesting for fans of Reynolds and a good look at what he would have done to the James Bond series had he been chosen as 007 in the 1970s. There are some stunt/action moments that parody a Bond film, including the sounds and styles of that series too. A remake could definitely be made of this one. This was originally the inspiration for Lee Majors' 'The Fall Guy' TV show.
(au) wrote: a light romantic comedy, hilarious & fun. it's more than just another romcom :)
(mx) wrote: An usual western with a strong woman protagonist.
(nl) wrote: A fun film with Sean taking the lead in this breath taking cat burglar caper. The film twists and turns and leads to a good twisting ending. The music enhances the script well and gives feeling to the robberies. Some great skyscraper shots so if you suffer from vertigo this might not be for you. Nibbles: Liqueur Chocolates.
(de) wrote: It was cute except it was not funny at all... How do you know had excellent chemistry between Witherspoon and Rudd but script was it was disastrous and the running time way too long for a pleasant viewing.