RahXephon: Pluralitas Concentio
Ayato and Haruka are middle-school sweethearts whose lives take a dire turn when the mysterious Mu invade Tokyo in the year 2012. Protecting humanity from the Mu may be Ayato's destiny, but what he really wants is to regain the relationship he once had with Haruka... a love that will have to transcend space, time, and reality itself.
- Director:Tomoki Kyôda,
- Writer:Yoji Enokido (screenplay), Yutaka Izubuchi (original creator), Yukari Kiryû (screenplay), Chiaki Konaka (screenplay), Tomoki Kyôda (screenplay), Hiros
Ayato and Haruka are middle-school sweethearts whose lives take a dire turn when the mysterious Mu invade Tokyo in the year 2012. Protecting humanity from the Mu may be Ayato's destiny, but what he really wants is to regain the relationship he once had with Haruka... a love that will have to transcend space, time, and reality itself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
RahXephon: Pluralitas Concentio torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: A disturbing film, with stifling atmosphere and a great lead actor.
(it) wrote: A few jokes that really punch but somehow most of them are just too hard-boiled & far-fetching.
(au) wrote: A wonderful film about the pain, struggle and helplessness of human relationships, with brilliantly sympathetic performances from Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson.
(kr) wrote: 60/100. This is one of the better Scooby-Doo animated films, great pacing, nicely animated and it combines suspense and comedy, enough so to entertain both kids and their parents. The Scottish accents did get on my nerves after while, but in general it was a fun and entertaining flick.
(it) wrote: So I finally watched sleep away camp an film that I was very interested in watching mainly because I kept hearing about it first of big thing don't read anything about the film before you watch you need to go in completely blind to get the whole effect of the film the directing is good the acting pretty good the pacing is amazing really was surprised by by it overall I really would love to go into my detail about the film but I really don't want to give anything away or give an idea of what to expect
(mx) wrote: Any film about a giant flying reptile in New York is worth watching as far as Im concerned.
(au) wrote: Seeing it again, after 76 years (yes, this octogenarian writer is 83), the restored film is still unquestionably quite remarkable. Of course, Hilton's fantasy/utopia is framed on the literary theme that a disparate group of travelers thrown together have unusual experiences together and separately. Remember Chaucer, for example? Hilton's novel allows the reader breathing space to visualize at will the characters and settings. Translating the novel into the film medium proved frustrating for Capra and all concerned. --However, today's audiences should not quickly dismiss it as old-fashioned schlock. In spite of what might be considered heavy-handed and obvious bits of dialogue, the quest for a civilized, peaceful existence is movingly presented. Surely it remains one of the best products of Hollywood and thanks to Capra it went on to be of interest globally. The struggle was definitely worth it.
(fr) wrote: Really absurd ! Let's suppose the plot is conceivable, but the security breaches (e.g. at police stations and at the airport) are absurd,especially in a country like Sri Lanka (at the time the movie plays was at civil war). Ben Kingsley is,as always,an excellent actor. Ben Cross - as a stereotyped police officer (trained by the british colonialists?) - looks bad and terribly overacted. Do not spend your money to watch this movie!
(jp) wrote: I really want to see this movie!!!!!!
(es) wrote: It's insulting that Kid Blink, the true hero of the newsies, hardly has a role in this (terrible) film. Sad to think maybe it's due to his eye patch. Why change that part of history? There is nothing redeemable about this movie.