Ultraman Moebius is joined once again by Ultraman, Ultra Seven, Ultraman Jack, and Ultraman Ace, as well as three later Ultramen (Tiga, Dyna, and Gaia) to fight more powerful versions of familiar Ultra Monsters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Superior Ultraman 8 Brothers
Ultraman Moebius is joined once again by Ultraman, Ultra Seven, Ultraman Jack, and Ultraman Ace, as well as three later Ultramen (Tiga, Dyna, and Gaia) to fight more powerful versions of familiar Ultra Monsters.
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Phil S (nl) wrote: Some interesting ideas, crappily put together with endless, tedious slow mo fight scenes, shonky acting and clear 50p budget... still manages to be mildly entertaining though. Somehow feels like an episode of Dr Who....
Thomas W (ru) wrote: McCanick now has the distinction of being the last/final film of actor Cory Monteith ('Glee', Monte Carlo), who died in a Vancouver hotel room shortly after production wrapped on the small film. Spanning the course of one day, the film is about a narcotics detective named Eugene "Mack" McCanick (David Morse - Contact, The Hurt Locker) whose retirement dinner is already planned for this evening! McCanick becomes (highly) distracted -- jeopardizing his retirement dinner -- when he learns that a young man (Monteith) has been released from prison and he makes it his day's mission to find him ... no matter what. McCanick enlists aid from his partner (Mike Vogel - The Help, Cloverfield), some of his closest friends on the force and also requests assistance from officers unknown to conduct a manhunt on the streets that is being kept secret from the Chief (Ciaran Hinds - 'Rome', Munich). Monteith's character, Simon Weeks, is a head-scratcher for most of the film as the audience is given nothing to go by other than McCanick's obsession and plea to bring this man down which really begins wearing thin as we are not given any kind of a reason to wish this young man -- who appears to be wanting to clean up his act -- ill. As time begins to wrap up, McCanick's desperation becomes more palpable as he and his men begin skirting the law ... making everything more dangerous. Monteith is mostly required to run in McCanick but he is given a couple of scenes late in the movie that allows him to show the audience he was capable of holding his own.
Morgan D (ca) wrote: Amazing movie, reminds me of the impact and cinematography of "Tambien La Lluvia"
Claudia B (mx) wrote: Filosofia en un documental con entrevista. La pelicula es bastante mejor de lo que suena. Y hace pensar en la propia vida.Vale la pena alquilarla.
Jonathan K (jp) wrote: somehow I thought this movie was listed under "documentary" otherwise I would have never added it to my que on blockbuster, I'm glad I wasn't willing to finish the flick, because I'm positive there was nothing worthwhile in the remainder of the film.
Robin P (au) wrote: The true story here is fabulous...the putting together of scenes and some of the acting left a little to be desired. The story is really a "5 Star" story of salvation, hope and faith...made me cry a few times...I could feel what they were feeling. Scottish born Angus Buchan, played perfectly by a virtually unknown Frank Rautenbach, ends up in South Africa with his growing family starting a farm from scratch. Finally after realizing his anger problem, among other things, he goes to church at the insistence of his wife who is at the end of her rope. He is inspired by another farmer who is speaking and he gives his life to God...it changes everything and begins a great walk of faith for him and his family, although not without some tragedy and hardship...but the difference is Angus's heart change. Very inspiring story!
Angela C (ru) wrote: Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends...this movie shows this kind of unselfish love born of giving and sacrifice. an unlikely bond forms between two people and it makes for a lovely film.
Matthew P (ru) wrote: 14%, doesn't surprise me on Rotten Tomatoes, seems ratings here are based on who directed and produced it.. Are they new to the scene? Well it must be a bad movie and every 'critic' follows suit, plays it safe to protect their rep. But if its directed by Spielberg, even it it technically is a rubbish film like Lincoln, it gets rave reviews and attracts Oscar buzz. What a bloody joke.This film is actually well directed, the story is very solid (as opposed to having no story like Lincoln), action sequences are great, costumes are detailed and the characters are believable. What more could you want? A famous director perhaps, who's past his prime?
Leonard D (nl) wrote: An instant comedic masterpiece! Just trust me when I tell you that nobody can try in the least to take this movie seriously, because it will not work! One of my top guilty pleasures!
MEC r (it) wrote: There wasn't anything to like about this movie.
Darlene Rene K (de) wrote: Gremlins 2: The new batch is the reason why i dont care for alot of sequels to movies i love. Gremlins 2 is the perfect example because this movie is not on the level as its original film. In fact, i think this movie is horrible because it felt like it tried to hard to be better than the first movie by introducing the original cast, forced in cameos, and new goofy looking gremlins that didnt even look all that great at times. Why make a sequel 6 years later anyway? I think by doing this warner bros and joe dante lost their way on what made the first film excellent and because of that we got a dumb, forced down our throats mess of a movie. Not worth anyones time if your a fans of the original.
Daniel D (kr) wrote: Uma batida de carro muda a vida de dois homens que tinham compromissos importantes... porm um deles acaba se dando mal pois seu pneu furou e o outro consegue ir embora mas esquece sua pasta que caiu no cho... agora ambos vo tentar destruir a vida um do outro, um por raiva de no ter recebido ajuda e o outro para conseguir sua pasta de volta... no final percebem a merda que estavam fazendo e que aquilo era desnecessrio!
nipp s (gb) wrote: Ok so I like anything that pokes fun at religion... This movie pokes a little fun at a lot of bible stories mashed together into a loose pile of story. What makes this movie funny is the great actors doing ad-lib throughout. One question about God right quick. If in the beginning there was nothing and God said "Let there be light" and there was, then.... What was there to look at?