Saint Seiya: Legend of Crimson Youth

Saint Seiya: Legend of Crimson Youth

Athena receives the visit of Phoebus Abel, her older brother and God of the Corona. He informs her that he has come to destroy humanity as punishment for their corruption, just as it was done in ancient times. He dismisses Seiya and the Bronze Saints, as she will now be guarded by Abel's three Corona Saints, Atlas of Carina, Jaow of Lynx and Berenike of Coma Berenices, and the five resurrected Gold Saints who died in the Sanctuary battle: Saga of Gemini, Deathmask of Cancer, Shura of Capricorn, Camus of Aquarius and Aphrodite of Pisces. When Athena rebels against Abel's plan, he attacks her, sending her soul to Elysion, the final resting place from which there is no return. The Bronze Saints immediately rush to the Sanctuary to save her and ultimately overcome Abel.

Abel the resurrected Sun-God has come to take her sister Athena with him and rule the world together, he plains to destroy humanity in the form of terrible natural disasters, Athena chooses... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Cor T (kr) wrote: After Dogtooth, Lanthimos did give himself a hard act to follow. Well, he followed it rather less than he stumbled after it in a drunken quest for more of the same. The result is some extremely sloppy, careless film-making. The premise is so wonderfully wicked that treating it with the respect it deserved could have resulted in a classic. Instead we have weak acting, shoddy camera work, and a lack of focus and cohesion. I can't say that I hate the film that much but I do feel sad for what it could have been and wasn't.

Sylvester K (jp) wrote: A film about intergenerational female rivalry, great performance from Curtis and Bell but the plot was all too familiar and there were no laughs.

Anthony L (ca) wrote: Andy is an excitable gambler who has incurred one debt too many. When stoic hit man Reuban shows up to kill Andy, his target's initial reaction is disbelief. It soon becomes obvious that this is no joke, however, and now with less than sixty minutes to live the desperate Andy does his best to squeeze as much living into his final hour as possible. From one final session with a prostitute to a chance to get revenge on a former boss and a desperate search for a missing childhood toy, the bizarre series of final requests made by Andy prompt both the trigger man and his target to realize that there is more to their lives - and their current missions - than surface impressions would indicate. [Rotten Tomatoes]It's really shitty how unknown this movie is because it's a great dark comedy with two perfectly cast actors turning a script that could have been mediocre into something truly special. I'm gonna go out and say that I really, really like this film and I urge anyone to watch it if they have some time to kill. It was really surprising considering that I don't care for the work of director, Randall Cole, very much. This is his only good film in my opinion and I'm not really sure how he pulled it off but kudos to you, sir. Real Time is a very fun piece of indie cinema.Jay Baruchel is gold and his turn in this movie as Andy was a great choice. His comedic timing and delivery made the movie so much better and I don't know who could have done it better in all honesty. Also, it's super cool to see Randy Quaid in this as Reuben, he killed it too. Quaid's Aussie accent was believable and another thing I liked about his performance was that you could see in his eyes how he was feeling about the task at hand as he got to know Andy more and more. They worked so well together and their chemistry alone is worth the watch. Jayne Eastwood's small role was very authentic and helped the movie push along to the great ending.The music choice for certain scenes throughout the movie is a big plus too. If your film has Erik Satie's "Gymnopedie No. 1" and "What Time Is It?" by The Jive Five then I know my ears have been treated delicately. Another thing that worked for me is all the little things Andy chose to do with his time. He never decided to do something huge with his last hour, instead, he chose the simple things he never got closure with and that was a fresher approach. Also, I liked how the film was set in real time, I can't see it filmed any other way.I think my favorite part of the film is the ending, it might have been a little predictable but when certain things began to come to light, it won me over. I remember the first time I saw this, I caught it on television during an overcast day and it affected me deeply. It left me with a lot to think about and that's why I consider this a true hidden gem, apart from it being a great film. I still wish it was on Blu-Ray but it's not really well known so I'm not expecting that to happen. It'd just be nice. S/O to Cleo the cat. Highly recommended.

Adam R (ag) wrote: Not even worth a review.

Fardin L (kr) wrote: Funny film about a tobacco lobbyist with a twist!

SanaSarah S (fr) wrote: ashwarya rai is a beautiful grl

Faley A (au) wrote: it seemed quite okay movie..not very good but so so..

Greg N (br) wrote: Wow between Farrah Fawcetts giant prize fighter jaw and everything else that sucks about this thing like Kirk Douglas, you'd forget that Stanley Donen directed it or that Martin Amis wrote it and that it could be both of their worst work to date except tthat Stanley also made Staircase and don't get me started on that mess. Martin, on the other hand, wrote House of Meetings and lets face it this thing has it's few pleasures too. Example aborted baby robot monsters.

Jim A (br) wrote: Its not funny as a comedy and the story serves no real purpose other than to put three attractive actresses in various fetish poses. Its a movie for people who haven't figured out there is porn on the internet

Nadja A (kr) wrote: Wie sss! Tolle Tanzszenen und charismatische Hauptdarsteller. Romola Garai ist in allem super! (Mai 2014)