Sun Ra--space-age prophet, Pharaonic jester, shaman-philosopher and avant-jazz keyboardist/bandleader--land his spaceship in Oakland, having been presumed lost in space for a few years. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Space Is the Place
Sun Ra and his Solar Myth Arkestra return to Earth after several years in space. Ra proclaims himself "the alter-destiny", meets with inner-city youths and battles with the devil himself to save the black race.
- Stars:Kanzaburo Arashi, Tsumasaburô Bandô, Masue Bessho, Kôzaburô Kataoka, Teruko Makino, Kimbai Nakamura, Yoshimatsu Nakamura, Michisaburo Segawa, Reiko Shimizu, Manroku Ôtani, Barbara Deloney, Sun Ra, Raymond Johnson, Erika Leder, Christopher Brooks, La Shaa Stallings, Sinthia Ayala, Clarence Brewer, June Tyson, Morgan Upton, Walter Burns, Tiny Parker, Sam Bankhead, John Gilmore, Marshall Allen,
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Joe W (ag) wrote: As when I heard that Miyazaki retirement of filmmaking. I felt like that little girl favorite boy band just broke up. I was very disappointed by the way by the news breaking. Tears all the way. But as for this film this is a great film to drop the mic. This is a marvelous masterpiece by Miyazaki. This is very touching story by a true airplane designer Jiro Horikoshi, who's this dreams to engineer and design his own planes. This movie is very touching to all, if you dream big dreams will happen. It shows a Love story of his wife. This is a love story by him building his planes and the love with his wife. This is an absolute favorite to all and the spice of the rating of the movie I believe it should be open to all ages. Such a masterpiece and a good movie to go out on a big bang! One of my heroes is Miyazaki Love your work. Grade 9.5/10
Karsh D (de) wrote: stupid souless film. RVD has the charisma of a boil on the backside and the whole thing just feels and looks like one big botch up job. Best part was when he was shot in left shoulder, dressed the wound which was now on his right shoulder then went straight to bed with the dressing on the left shoulder. Total waste of time
Ellen G (jp) wrote: Var jo veldig st da. Synes ikke at dyr skal spille i filmer, snn generelt, men men...
KBaby (jp) wrote: it might as well b a porno
Ryan D (br) wrote: [color=#000000][i]The Dark Hours[/i] is a surprisingly intense, thought-provoking film. A psychologist (the strangely attractive Kate Greenhouse) pushes one of her criminally insane mental patients a little too hard, and is forced to face the psychological repercussions when he decides to turn the tables. The less one knows about [i]The Dark Hours[/i] going in, the better. The acting is more than adaquate, the script is well-paced and never uninteresting, the direction is slick and unobtrusive. Admittedly, I was horribly confused by the final 15 minutes of this film, but I was still impressed and affected by it, which is more than I can say by a lot of the big studio tripe being released these days. [i]The Dark Hours[/i] more than fills the definition of "psychological thriller"; in my opinion, it's a textbook example. [/color]
Dann M (jp) wrote: A pseudo sequel to the 1984 film, Firestarter 2: Rekindled is a fascinating new chapter of horror. Now in her twenties, Charlie McGee is pursued once again by a secret organization that's conducting psychic research, and she must face off against a new generation of telekinetics that have been bread to be weapons. Marguerite Moreau gives a good performance as Charlie, and there are some impressive supporting performances by Malcolm McDowell and Dennis Hopper. However, the special effects are rather weak, and the sets look cheap. Additionally, there are pacing issues that cause the film to drag at times. Yet despite a few production problems, Firestarter 2: Rekindled is an entertaining thriller that continues the exciting story that Stephen King began.
F Ty E (ca) wrote: No success for the follow up. Running out of steam.
Meelan L (nl) wrote: Camera work is brilliant.. Story goes well.... Untrained fresh faces are chosen as cast and did highly acceptable performance.... And the background score is one of the greatest!!
khalvic b (us) wrote: Rebound is about Earl "the goat" Manigault a play ground legend who had it all. but do to drugs n crime it all came to a hault. This is a amazing story about a usung legend, This is the firs movie i reconize Don cheadle in, and prolly his best preformance a must hace and a must see
Abb J (gb) wrote: Devil's Due: A flimsy, uninspired hybrid of Paranormal Activity and Rosemary's Baby that, by its nonsensical end, will just infuriate you for utterly wasting an hour and 29 minutes of your life. F
Niklas S (au) wrote: You won't find many storytellers like the late great Spalding Gray, A great movie indeed.