In a war torn world of deadly conflict, one small group of heroes stand against the forces of darkness, armed only with two weapons - their unswerving dedication to good and the superhuman martial art known as the Shadow Skill... For fourteen-year old Gau, it is time once again for him to return to the graves of his parents, murdered by bandits when he was just ten. In the company of his adoptive sister Ella, Gau quickly comes to realize that his journey is more than a pilgrimage, and that his combat abilities as a student of the Karuda school of martial arts are about to be pushed to the breaking point! Attacked by the demonic Wolfman, left for dead and then forced to fight by Ella and Karuda master Scarface, Gau's dreams of becoming a new generation of warrior are put to the ultimate test - can he face his sister in single combat? Will he be able to match the unearthly abilities of Scarface? And can Gau ever uncover the secrets of the Shadow Skill?
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Chris T (it) wrote: got to be worst film ever. looks like it was made for an a level drama project
Adam F (kr) wrote: "Dead Space: Aftermath" is a significant downgrade from a previous film that was only average to begin with. The film is a sort of animated anthology; the story is split into five parts, each of which is animated by a different studio. The story follows four survivors of the "USG Ishimura" who have been rescued and are being interrogated. Each survivor relives the events in flashbacks and we get a sense of what happened with their stories while an overarching plot in the present ties them all together. The animation quality varies greatly and the worst by far is the central story. It really feels like unfinished or filler animation that was either incomplete or inserted by mistake because the quality is significantly worse than anything you would see in modern video games or on television. Corpses stare blankly in a goofy manner because of their oddly contorted facial features, the characters' hair is stiff and does not flow, models look smooth and lack any detail (there is a sequence where we see spiders that look like a bunch of sticks and balls stuck together) and the faces are not very expressive at all. If this had been one of the segments it might be forgivable, but between every sequence of flashbacks the movie cuts back to the computer animated style and it looks very bad and amateurish.While most of the other styles of animation are fine, ranging from average to pretty decent, they do not fit the style of story at all and are inconsistent with each other. Some discrepancies are done purposely, like the glowing "life bars" on the back of everyone's jackets and those are clearly artistic design choices rather than mistakes but there is at least one character who's ethnicity changes from one animated sequence to the other and in many segments you can only identify who is who by distinguishing features be it a scar on a character's face or a robotic, prosthetic arm. There is no consistency between the segments so you struggle to figure out who is who, something that is hindered because the style of voice acting changes. "Borgas" for example, starts the film with a Hispanic accent but then loses it later on. Some of the design choices feel uninspired or lazy. The first flashback shows miners going down to search the planet "Aegis VII" while wearing helmets that cover their entire face except for their eyes, the chin and the space right between their lips and nose. Aside from the fact that these helmets would make it incredibly difficult to see what is going on around you and make no sense as a style of helmet to be produced in mass quantities (do they make them custom-sized for each crew member?) it's obvious that the objective here was to cover the mouth of the characters so you wouldn't need to animate any lip-synch. In this first segment we also get to see some monsters that feel incredibly generic; they're just gray humanoids with sharp teeth, red eyes and claws, nothing original at all. At least one style of animation feels totally out of place with the others, the segment narrated by "Dr. Cho" has every man illustrated with big, well-defined muscles, even the wormy "Dr. Nolan Stross" and manages to sneak in a sex scene where we get to see Cho's massive breasts.The movie's internal logic seems to come and go completely at random and it gets both confusing and frustrating to watch until you give up completely and just start laughing at how bad it is. Sometimes, coming into contact with a shard of the "Marker" drives people completely insane instantly, sometimes it takes a bit longer and sometimes it does nothing at all. We see characters get executed in a hallway (bet that was easy to explain and fun to clean up), some really flimsy security measures (is it really the best idea to store all four survivors in the same room once they have been recovered? Wouldn't you want to give them a medical check-up or quarantine them?) and a massive conspiracy that really doesn't make a lot of sense at all. The entire film is also hindered by the complete lack of tension you get by telling a horror story in flashback, letting you know ahead of time who is going to make it out alive and who isn't.Some of the monster designs are fun to watch and the story is interesting to see despite all of the plot holes in it but the audience for this movie is really narrow. Fans of the game will enjoy the story but be thoroughly unimpressed by the first images that they see, the terrible computer animation that looks significantly worse than the game they have played. Fans of animation will be similarly unimpressed by the lack of consistency in the character models and the messy story. If you're a huge fan of the "Dead Space" franchise and just can't get enough of it regardless of quality you might enjoy it, but there is little else here for anyone else. (Dvd, April 30, 2013)
Robbie V (mx) wrote: Other than Zaldana, pretty naff.
Marcus W (de) wrote: Bana makes a film about himself - a brave move for a directorial debut. Luckily he's quite an interesting person, as is the subject: his 25 year love affair with his car. The chats with Clarkson and Leno are great but the interest wanes around the middle and there's a sag before the finish. Definitely one for car enthusiasts (who know what "leaf springs" are) and Bana fans.
ally p (jp) wrote: this movie was AWSOME!!
Bea C (nl) wrote: i watched it after a good movie probably that's why i didn't like it all the more but. i found just ok.
Robert I (de) wrote: This movie will BLOW... but I am a male... I hate my Y chromosome.
Aj V (jp) wrote: A goofy spoof of fantasy movies, from Gilliam of Monty Python, but this movie is horrible next to Holy Grail. It's got some funny jokes, but overall, it's just okay.
Jayakrishnan R (au) wrote: 73%Saw this on 8/12/16Notwithstanding the outrageous overacting from Faye Dunaway, this depressing, melodramatic movie has some fine moments to it eventhough most of it is ruined by occational mood shifts. As a story of outlaws, this is not as interesting as say, Butch Casidy and the Sundance Kid.
Rebecca M (ru) wrote: Probably would never have watched, but my sister bought it for me. Pretty good.