The Setting Sun
A Japanese soldier is forced to question alliances when he meets and falls in love with the leader of the rebel movement.
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Darren W (us) wrote: A modern Beijing story about a young woman working through the pain of a relationship break up. Great story simply told with terrific performances all round. Very funny and sweet at the same time.
Chi (gb) wrote: A lovely film contains 3 mini stories about queers, each one seems separated but got connected in ways...
Ryan P (fr) wrote: An intimate and thought provoking look at soldiers lives in Iraq. The filmmaker does a good job letting the soldiers speak their piece and views on life in Iraq and in the Army in general. Well worth the time.
Jens W (es) wrote: This masterpiece is so brutally honest about the way our society is degenerating into utter nonsense. Idiocracy also makes the 2016 election totally understandable. In any case don't watch it, because you're probably an idiot that will be offended by its content.
Shivani J (ru) wrote: Josie and the Pussycats, a decent comic book series, was absolutely butchered into random chunks and scrambled together into a "film". A parody based "film" on steroids, that went from bad to worse. Audiences will be cringing throughout this film with a few minor laughs here and there. The irony is real is all have that needs to be said for this "film"
Pawe W (it) wrote: McNab books was better than this movie ....
Jeff C (kr) wrote: A great love story and an almost honest confession (a self-deprecating approach) to a love story if there ever has been one. A date movie and beautifully scored and acted. If only Stephen could find more of these.
Darwin K (fr) wrote: no plot, no real dialogue. not . a 2pac movie 2 remember.
Matt D (fr) wrote: The 'Die Hard' franchise is without question one of diminishing returns with each new outing but that doesn't mean this third outing is completely without merit. Sam Jackson is as fun to watch as always and the first half is riveting but once the gold heist kicks into full effect the film loses a little bit of much needed steam.
Mackenie M (nl) wrote: Some reviews in here are too harsh. Remember, this started out as a student film. It was low budget, and was the first movie for the cast and crew. This isn't film festival quality stuff. Don't raise your expectations to Avatar levels and enjoy the film!
Andy C (nl) wrote: I just saw 1/2 an hour with Polish dubbing and now need to see this inanity properly
Christian C (es) wrote: Having revisited this film more than 30 years since I last saw it as a boy, I enjoyed "Krull" even more that I did then. The special effects are surprisingly strong for a film made in 1983 (for the most part), and the film score is excellent. Costumes are cheap but effective. The acting is dismal, but you do get to enjoy early performances from the likes of Liam Neeson and Robbie Coltrane. "Krull" is enjoyable as silly, retro fantasy fun.
Russet S (us) wrote: I was on the edge of my seat.
Aleksandar J (fr) wrote: Generalno ne volim ovakve dubokoumne filmove koji se sastoje iskljucivo od kontempliranja nad raznoraznim sveprisutnim pojavama (u ovom slucaju ljubav, brak i tome slicno) i gdje svi likovi pricaju ko da su doktorirali filozofiju. Osim naravno ako takav film rezira genije poput Kena Rasela, koji svojom urodjenom perverznoscu udise zivot pisanom materijalu. Npr. sta reci za scenu seksa izmedju Olivera Rida i Glende Dzekson koju prati jeziva horor muzika a u sve to umontirani kadrovi Ridove majke koja crkava od smijeha na sahrani svoje kcerke? I inace je muzika ekstremno neobicna i creepy, narocito kad se dvoje ljudi dohvate u ljubavnom zanosu. Film inace sjajno izgleda, glumci su odlicni (pogotovo Alen Bejts u ulozi nekakvog cinicnog cinika koji ima vrlo interesantne poglede na zivot, a Dzeni Linden ima najljepse oci koje ste ikad vidjeli u filmu) kao i muzika. Cisto sumnjam da bih imao zivaca da citam Lorensovu knjigu na kojoj je film zasnovan, ali u ovako slikovitom obliku je sjajno.
Walter M (ag) wrote: In "Broken City," New York City Mayor Hostetler(Russell Crowe) is facing a tough reelection campaign against Jack Valliant(Barry Pepper) who is not only younger but has a much cooler name to boot. Hostetler is also worried that his wife Cathleen(Catherine Zeta-Jones) is having an affair. So, he hires disgraced former police detective and currently broke private investigator Billy Taggart(Mark Wahlberg) to look into it for him. What he does find is Cathleen carrying on with Paul Andrews(Kyle Chandler), Valliant's campaign manager.At its best, "Broken City" captures New York City well, especially in its being divided against itself at the best of times.(Plus, I have to like any movie that lingers so long over a political debate.) Aiding that first is Russell Crowe who looks like he is having the time of his life playing an old fashioned politician. And that's not to mention excellent character turns from Alona Tal(of "Veronica Mars" and "Burn Notice") and Jeffrey Wright.But at the same time, "Broken City" suffers from quite a few too many extraneous subplots and tangents to be considered that much of a success either. And we get yet another a reminder how much a lost cause Catherine Zeta-Jones really is. Then there is Mark Wahlberg who is neither here nor there in the lead, which is a shame because any kind of effort could have definitely helped in giving depth to such a potentially fascinating character, even with that late surprise.
Emma P (ag) wrote: I couldnt really get in to this one. The previews looked better.
Scott C (gb) wrote: There is definitely some Russ Meyer cinema I really enjoy, but this just didn't do it for me. Interesting to see a film written by my favourite film critic, Roger Ebert.