Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie
Bison, the ruthless leader of the international terrorist organization Shadowlaw, has been desperately searching for the greatest fighter on the planet for years. He finds it in Ryu, a young wanderer who never stays in one place long enough for Bison to find him. He does, however, get a fix on Ken Masters, an American martial arts champion who studied with Ryu as a child under the same master. Meanwhile, Major Guile of the United States Army is forced to team up with Chun Li from China in hopes of apprehending Bison and putting a stop his international ring of crime.
- Stars:Kôjiro Shimizu, Kenji Haga, Miki Fujitani, Masane Tsukayama, Masakatsu Funaki, Ginzô Matsuo, Shôzô Iizuka, Yôko Sasaki, Daisuke Gôri, Yukimasa Kishino, Unshô Ishizuka, Tetsuo Kanao, Chikao Ohtsuka, Kaneto Shiozawa, Shigezô Sasaoka,
- Director:Gisaburô Sugii,
- Writer:Kenichi Imai, Gisaburô Sugii
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Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: In 1940s Tehran, a master musician decides to go to bed to die after his beloved violin breaks and he can't find a replacement; his life story is told in flashbacks and dream sequences featuring appearances by Socrates, the Angel of Death, and a giant Sophia Loren. An exotic and elegant fantasy drama that strikes an unique tone of despondent whimsy; beautiful, romantic stuff.
(ru) wrote: Pretty interesting to see a behind the scenes sort of look at war and how it effects people who live there and people returning to there. The acting is great and so is the cinematography.
(nl) wrote: Interesting topic that is executed poorly. Done completely through re-enactments which were at times slow and meaningless (did I need to watch you put ice in a blender for 5 minutes?) Also there was one interview (an actor who auditioned to play cop # 2) who had no afilitation to anyone in the doc, but had a heartfelt story of the one dead body he's seen in his life....a little misplaced. Just cause they live in the same town does not mean you have to put their anecdotes in the movie even if it is the only true interview in the film where you can show their face.
(ru) wrote: Remember when the Olympics were the Olympics? Both the Summer and Winter Games should be held in the United States every four years. Because #MURICA.
(ag) wrote: This was an incredible movie especially considering it was released in 2004. It set the pace for copy cats to take its foundation and morale dilemma between robots and people and how it might change society and what rights the robots have and what roles they will play how they will effect the economy. It lead many people to copy including Ex machina with which the robots look nearly exactly the same with realer faces as if they evolved as they would over the years. For That this movie is actually really good given its time frame it came it. It still is a good watch to go back and watch. Another under estimated element of this movie is the fact Will smith is in it and his acting is phenomenal his flawless and perfect acting really keep you immersed in the movie and keep the intensity of the movie that much higher. Will smith one of the most under estimated superstars of all time recognized but not nearly at the super star level he clearly has earned and shot way beyond where his credit is due for any real actor. Bruce Greenwood is always plays an amazing role as well Get film play. My only grievance are a couple of small things i could point out that are hard to notice that are arguable holes in the story, not big and dont take away from the movie, and the starting scene Will smith has no shirt on and showers seems to be unnecessary and thrown in there for people who love man candy. But it could be argued that it was to show how in shape he was in, to make it more real when he was fighting off the robots it makes more sense that a strong man would be needed to do alot of the stuff he did and not a skinny punk who clearly was weak like a twilight actor, it would be unreal. To dedicated film watchers, and film students and those with theatrical experience this is obvious to the average watcher it prob seems to be nit picky. If you havent seen this movie you should check it out, This is before movies started to become mindless i honestly should give it 5 stars but i feel there are a few things that couldve put this movie just over the top, and i didnt get that over the top feeling watching it and some of the small things that make no sense other than to build suspense such as the professor leaving clues in holograms knowly before his death he could have instead of simply leaving one long message to explain whats going on he could have said in case of me being murdered here is a message to the police of inside corruption, it makes no sense he leaves a series of long drawn out clues because of those few things 3 1/2 stars and an extra 1/2 star because it inspired so many copy cats and it was very original for its time in 2004
(fr) wrote: This is definitely not my favorite Robert Altman film, but it is still a great addition to his filmography. There are over 20 main characters and each one is given just enough time to flesh out their story. It's really amazing that it is done so well that the audience can keep all of them straight.
(au) wrote: Marc Singer is back looking more leathery than before and sporting some rather obvious hair extensions to his blonde locks. Is it me or does he look less buff than before also?So the Beastmaster is in trouble again as we find out he has a half brother who just happens to be conveniently evil. At his side is the somewhat evil sorcerer Sarah Douglas, looking gorgeous as ever, together they find a portal that lead them to Earth in the early 90's and decide they want to pinch a neutron bomb (yep that's right). Its up to Dar to follow them through and errmm...stop this catastrophe!Firstly the portal they go through apparently leads them to another dimension, a parallel universe, not through time at all, but that is merely one huge plot hole of many. The entire film is a complete pile of dingo doo doo, it has nothing to do with the first film and doesn't follow on from that in any way. The only continuity plus points are the character of Dar looking as he did and his creature companions.The main issue I'm sure most fans had was the simple fact this isn't a fantasy film. Its starts off as one but descends into utter gimmicky cheesy nonsense when the characters end up in LA. We then get this horrific trashy B-movie that is filled with pop culture of the 90's instantly dating it horrendously. Its all virtually exactly the same as the live action film of 'He-Man' with Lundgren accept it doesn't have any decent visuals, sound, characters, effects etc...Hell they even parody the film by having a film in film moment when Dar and his new badly acted yet admittedly hot bratty rich teen girl friend drive past a cinema and it has 'Beastmaster 2' showing! That's the type of stuff saved for comedies not fantasy action flicks, the pinnacle of lampoonery right there and out of place.I dunno what the writers were doing but for some reason they decided going down the hammy parody route would work for this franchise. All the action is pantomime stuff with no blood or gore, not that the original had much of that but there were some nice icky bits of darkness. The villains are farcical, even though I love and adore Sarah Douglas her constant silly quips and one liners were awful, whilst the main bad guy was like a low rent Jake Busey...with a Phantom of the Opera mask on that didn't quite fit.I think the term tongue-in-cheek is too kind for this disaster, its...a disaster! There is audio dubbed on badly everywhere, the direction is poor and its all looks like a homemade video. The only one thing that is quite good is seeing the late great James Avery as the strung out police chief. Hearing him bellow out 'Bendowski!' in that deep voice of his is the highlight.
(gb) wrote: This was one of the best and most inspiring movies that I have watched. It is also the first movie that has made me tear up and almost cry and I was able to relate to this movie a lot.
(br) wrote: I love the way the film blends fantasy and politics. Essentially its a story about how two very different men learn to accept the opinions and belief systems of the other as ways to combat a oppressive environment (Julia promotes active resistance, while Hurt uses personal fantasy as a way to escape) and it all ends with one of the most moving acts of love I've ever seen.
(kr) wrote: Rgitakse, et film olevat anarhiast, kui seda nnda vaatada, siis on need mhatuste ja rgatuste saatel tehtavad teod sna mistetavad. Utoopia, see on kogukondlik orgasm, kuid kahjuks pole see kigi jaoks.
(fr) wrote: This remake is quite similar to the original film (as opposed to the book), but with a definite shorter feel to it... based more around the ideas of her suicide than of the fact that he is able to be with her again... it seemingly targets ideas of the memory of a person and how that can a warped view of the reality, how memories are never real but only ever re-told versions
(au) wrote: Interesting drama that really holds together by Swintons performance, as the minor roles are quite basic. Different in the sense avoiding pointless action and focus more on the pressure on the mother trying to cope with everything.High note -Ac - Tilda Swinton
(ru) wrote: Interesting mix of fantasy and comedy with some thought-provoking social comments. Special effects and humor are very dated, but it's also charming in a way
(fr) wrote: There's a hole in the plot you could drive a truck through, but of course, Fred is Magic.
(ag) wrote: A hilarious comedy! Must watch for EVERYONE!
(it) wrote: Not agree at film, but I did somewhat enjoy it. I got more out of it from recently having watched a whole volume of the original "shorts" so I was able to get more from the "Looney Tunes" movie, I caught more of the small in-jokes. I also usually like Fraser. This on is for fans only.
(au) wrote: Unsettling mood piece with beautiful and gloomy cinematography that reflects on human nature.
(br) wrote: Absolutely hilarious!