Revolutionary Girl Utena
In a loose retelling of the Revolutionary Girl Utena TV series, Utena Tenjou arrives at Ohtori Academy, only to be immediately swept up in a series of duels for the hand of her classmate Anthy Himemiya and the power she supposedly holds. At the same time, Utena reunites with Touga Kiryuu, a friend from her childhood who seems to know the secrets behind the duels. Utena must discover those secrets for herself, before the power that rules Ohtori claims her and her friends, new and old.
- Stars:Tomoko Kawakami, Yuriko Fuchizaki, Leah Applebaum, Roxanne Beck, Sharon Becker, Mandy Bonhomme, Crispin Freeman, Aya Hisakawa, Chieko Honda, Kunihiko Ikuhara, Yuka Imai, Maria Kawamura, Satomi Koorogi, Takehito Koyasu, Takeshi Kusao,
- Director:Kunihiko Ikuhara,
- Writer:Yoji Enokido (screenplay), Kunihiko Ikuhara (story)
A handsome youth by the name of Tenjo Utena transfers to the distinguished Ohtori Academy. But Utena's true identity is actually a girl, who due to a certain event from her past, has ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(mx) wrote: Good comedy! I enjoyed it and there are some laugh out loud moments
(ag) wrote: i like this movie and the song.
(kr) wrote: I hate the main character so much; not the actor, but the character.
(mx) wrote: A fun tongue in cheek horror film that has very loose connections to the first one. Does the salt thing even come into play? Julian Sands is awesome and it's fun to see the kids use The Force...I mean their super Druid Powers, to fight the Warlock and his quest to bring Satan to Earth.
(es) wrote: ** (out of four) Uneven thriller about several ritual-like murders that occur during a chess tournament at a ritzy ocean-side resort. All the clues point to one of the players.
(es) wrote: Great movie. Seems the critics didn't like it for it's violence. But the vengeful violence was the best part.
(es) wrote: good B movie actioner
(mx) wrote: Rating: Fantastic Just watched Tarzan last night and it was just delightful. I was surprised with how much I remembered from my many viewings as a child. This will contain spoilers, but I imagine if you are reading this you have seen the movie.Here are the things that stuck out the most this time I watched it, first off with the action. The rope-swinging, tree sliding, jaguar jumping scenes gracefully fly across the screen and keep your eyes on the screen. This movie also does something that some modern superhero films could learn, perfectly utilizing two villains in Sabor and Clayton. Sabor sets the tone and provides a vicious simple enemy in the beginning to be conquered, and Clayton is more a classic Disney baddie with the a strong blend of greed and charisma. Moving onto the antagonists and yet another piece that stuck out last night was the romance between Tarzan and Jane. The time they spend on screen together is more compared to other Disney couples, and their relationship evolves naturally. I believe that Jane is invested in Tarzan and vice versa from the moment they are introduced. "Tarzan, Oh I see", and other comedic moments in their interactions just further that love story. Ultimately how they end up together is a perfect bow on the gift we received in this romance.This film is not without its' flaws and one of them is the mismatch of the tone and the music. It is certainly sacrilege to disgrace Phil Collin's superb soundtrack, but it is utilized in some awkward ways throughout that undercut the tone. The upbeat tunes are welcome in most moments, but in scenes where we have a baby ape being eaten by Sabor (#familyfriendly) the music is unwelcome. I understand this is a children's movie so something has to break the tension, but it detracts. Another #familyfriendly aspect that hampers the movie is the 88 minute run time, which could have been expanded to strengthen some relationships that were underutilized. One last thought I had in this movie is that I alluded to earlier is that I think is actually a superhero story. Tarzan certainly has the tragic upbringing of losing his parents at a a young age. And at least in this film he portrays qualities that are exceptional in terms of intelligence, strength, and agility. Even if that is just him being in peak human condition he still has the ability to mimic sounds perfectly, which might not be the most exciting super power but is one none the less.
(jp) wrote: Story about a def DJ = Great movie.