The insistently brash Kazuo Hara's first film Goodbye CP (sometimes called Sayonara CP) is a relentlessly honest documentary that's more than a little difficult to watch. For 82 minutes, without outside narration or comment, Kazuo's camera studies Yokota Hiroshi, a Japanese cerebral palsy victim. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Steven W (kr) wrote: My kinda film. Loved it from being to end
Richard M (br) wrote: Strange, thought provoking and well acted.
Liu M (fr) wrote: Feltl ike it was a sequel just to milk the cash cow
James H (us) wrote: Only occasionally exciting thriller, too many slow stretches but there are some good scenes. Very fine score, quite decent performances, but it just isn't compelling enough to boost it into a good movie.
Kathryn E (ca) wrote: Really liked this film very original
Mike F (us) wrote: Sorta like a B-movie version of Firefly, only nowhere near as cool. Still, it's got Dennis Hopper and Barbara Crampton, so that's worth a positive grade.
Olly C (au) wrote: Such great memories watching this as a kid!!! Go black ranger!!!
Richard L (gb) wrote: This movie is somewhere between Psycho (HITCHCOCK 1960), The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (HOOPER 1974) and Braindead (JACKSON 1992), but it is far less good than this description implies.
Michael E (de) wrote: Okay the puppet people don't attack any one...at all! The title is misleading. Why it's called this I have no F'en clue. The story itself is farfetched of turning people into dolls but there is an emotional note to it which keeps the movie in check. Also, the script and the acting wasn't as horrid compared to "Village of The Giants." The visual effects for the time is pretty damn good. Sometimes you can notice it quite clearly but still watchable. I thought I was in for another horrible ride but I was wrong. An interesting conecpt and story that is cohesive in an awkward but delightful manner.
Michael H (ag) wrote: Karloff pushes into another level: the frosty cruelty he carries with him every time he arrives onscreen is far and away the best thingIsle of the Dead has to offer, jolting the occasionally anemic mood of hopelessness that's meant to be around everything into high gear, and proving that even at their flimsiest, there's still no such thing as aworthlessVal Lewton horror picture.
Tyler R (de) wrote: This movie was a mess. Had a unique concept for a comedy movie but it wasn't funny in the slightest bit. I watched for 45 mins and never laughed once. Which is unfortunate because it has a really great cast of actors. Very disappointed.
Ian C (ru) wrote: This flick is so gay. I love it. It is suppose to be in the future but looks like it is in the 80's. The final scene goes down as one of the greatest in the history of cinema. Rourke, Van Damme and Rodman let loose in the Coliseum with a mine field and a lion running around. Genius.