After an alien invasion threatens to annihilate the human race, a young Japanese girl, named Milly (Anne Suzuki), travels back in time from 2084 to October 2002, and enlists the reluctant aid of skilled Tokyo gunman, named Miyamoto (Takeshi Kaneshiro), to discover and prevent the start of the war. However, trouble ensues when the two protagonists are forced to deal with a Japanese mafia boss, named Mizoguchi (Goro Kishitani), who is somehow involved in the start of the war by keeping the first alien spaceship and its alien pilot captive, while our two heroes race against the clock to find a way to stop the oncoming destruction from the vengeance-seeking alien invasion fleet on its way to Earth.
Mo M (ru) wrote: While it wasnt as good as the 2011 Muppets, its not the worst of the muppets. Of course, when talking about theatrical films, yes it is the lowest of all of them. But Im not going to lie, thats saying alot because I just flat out liked this one. I didnt think it was amazing or a bit above average, it was just good. The redeeming quality of it was the side plots. I DIED with the interogation song. But of course that leads to another issue. Other than We're Doing a Sequel and the big house, none of the songs were memorable. Even the interogation song, while funny was generic sounding. It was a better gag then song this movie seemed to be a one time watch for the muppets
Lance C (br) wrote: A tired movie in a world tired of poor quality.
Per Gunnar J (gb) wrote: Okayish but very predictable horror movie. Not the most intelligent script I've seen.
jen b (de) wrote: fuckin horrible.. all it contained was a bunch of rapes and murders
Dr F P (fr) wrote: Cute "be yourself" morals for kids, I also really enjoyed the happy music.
Alex B (kr) wrote: A kind of Dionysos (or Rimbaud!), a living, material embodiment of the spirit of liberation, visits a (big/haute) bourgeois household, has sex with each member (including the maid!), and then leaves them, causing them all to radically abandon/transcend their previous lives in different ways. A very beautiful film (which should be seen over and over by every bourgeois--indeed, it should be the only thing they're allowed to watch in the cinema, on TV, anywhere).
Jared P (jp) wrote: This movie is so bad I couldn't finish it.
Kirby P (au) wrote: A fairly good movie. It would be a great movie except for some glaring plot flaws, such as how a home movie was filmed in a restricted area on a military base, the movie itself shows the cameraman being accosted, yet the film somehow still manages to get out of the base and sent off to the developer. Watching the star-studded cast at work is half the fun. Jennifer Connelly alone is worth the price of admission, although unfortunately she doesn't get much screen time here.
Moviegeek P (ru) wrote: matko jedyna, tak si? nie powinno robi? filmw!