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Chaitanya K (kr) wrote: Amazing animation for an Indian production. Exceeds most American ones as well. The story is a bit warped though
Matt H (ru) wrote: Filmed more naturalistically than the other Sion Sono films I've seen. Still very weird. The character motivations and emotions always don't make much sense, but still an interesting movie. It gets better in its second half. The main problem I had with it was Sumida hitting Keiko several times, almost casually, and the movie seems to almost treat it as endearing and not terrible like it is. Perhaps I'm missing the director's intent through the cultural prism, but I feel like the movie is all too accepting of it. It made me unable to feel much for Sumida as the film went on. And it also made me wonder why Keiko, an interesting character, would just blankly accept it (even if she was infatuated with him).
Christopher R (us) wrote: i didnt finish the movie
Brenda M (mx) wrote: not bad for a gangster flick
Mark F (jp) wrote: Mrs Slocombe's pussy is so funny.
Jeff B (jp) wrote: Almost no plot to speak of.
Serge L (br) wrote: Wooh! The nerdy boy turning into super strong hero is a staple of comic books and well rendered here, hahaha! Sooo nerdy at first. The A on his forehead is his grade average. Chris Evans really nails the character. Tough and smarty and then growing into chick magnet. But he is ass kicking super. There were lots of references to french in the film. I think the film was quite a bit franco-american at heart. Very cheery and pleasant throughout. I saw winter soldier before and I was pleasantly surprised there also. Here, the downers are the sophistication of the arms for 1943, and so many anachronistic eletronics and mechanical things. Not past millenium at all. Very comic-book. I must give it 1/2 star more than The Avengers though.