The Kikaida 3-D Movie

The Kikaida 3-D Movie

Kikaider fights the robot monsters of the Dark Demolition Corps in this theatrical episode shot in 3-D.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:33 minutes
  • Release:1973
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:battle,   fight,   android,  

Kikaider fights the robot monsters of the Dark Demolition Corps in this theatrical episode shot in 3-D. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Angelo C (it) wrote: I was expecting Chocolate or Ong-Bak...I didn't even get The Protector quality martial arts.

Fran H (it) wrote: Here's one more movie about perfectly designed robots that don't turn out as planned. It looks good, and starts out okay, but there's just not enough here for a 1:50 movie. After about an hour things just fall apart and it becomes boring and uninteresting and crazy. Banderas and some rogue robots just wandering aimlessly around the desert. Banderas does a nice job in this movie, and Melanie Griffith is horrible. And her CG face, apparenly designed to make her look younger, doesn't help. She just looks like a poorly botched plastic surgery. Otherwise, the visuals are nice if you like a bleak, apocalyptic tone. But if you want a happy and fun movie look elsewhere.

Keith M (ca) wrote: a different take on the films about the war and filmed in a good style. some crazy things going on but again i think it missed what it wanted to say or tell us. a good watch though.

Mandy P (nl) wrote: The previews made me cringe.

Peter H (us) wrote: No other project could so faithfully and frighteningly reproduce the twisted mind of Adolf Hitler and Germany in the 30's.

Jack L (mx) wrote: If anyone has a problem with the homoerotic stereotyping that is associated with Turkish baths, this is not the film for you. This is the Brokeback Mountain of Turkish baths. But it's kind of interesting. The ending could have used a tad bit more explanation. Ebert ripped the acting apart, but what does that guy know about movies? I thought the leads were fine.

Jason M (kr) wrote: Utter garbage. It's like if Enter the Dragon was directed by Tommy Wiseau. However, since Gymtaka and Enter the Dragon were both directed by the same person, it's most like this movie was made after he had suffered several strokes.

Orlok W (fr) wrote: This opera is going on tonight even if Frankenstein walks in--Oland Meets Karloff!!

Francisco Q (jp) wrote: Stanley Kubrick's first great war movie is "Paths of Glory". Obviously, it isn't great in scale, but in its powerful meaning! Kirk Douglas, Adolphe Menjou and George Macready destroy everything. Kubrick was just 28 when he directed this one, and soon he had shown off his huge talent. Surely one of the best war films of all time!

Tim M (mx) wrote: A story that needs to be told, "Still Alice" not only offers up the best of Julianne Moore (Alice), it gives us a fitting portrait of what Alzheimer's Disease can do to a person and a family. This isn't sugarcoated, it isn't pretty, but it respects the disease. The performances and the story outweigh all of the minor tweaks that could have been made. Alec Baldwin, as Alice's husband, gets a role he can sink his teeth into. Alice's three kids all do their part to help their mother, but not all with the same success. Tear ducts were working for this one!

Randy G (us) wrote: Pure Newfoundland Perfection!!

George D (ru) wrote: This movie was surprisingly excellent. Nice build up of tension. Stacy Keach does a good job of acting wacky and manic just enough to make us doubt him as a reliable protagonist. And the ending... Ha. Hollywood would never allow it in this day and age.