The Shikisoku Generation
A sheltered high school boy, obsessed with Bob Dylan and girls, has high hopes for the summer on the Oki Islands.
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Alice S (fr) wrote: stunning film. nicole kidman's best performance ever?!
Roberto A (kr) wrote: Good. Although some of the acting is marginal and the story simple at times, this movie is funny and entertaining.
Brent G (kr) wrote: the final moments are INTENSE
Zehra P (fr) wrote: Jack Dodds was a stand up guy, the lynch pin of a group of friends who had been through a lifelong journey together. This story is a sentimental journey for his friends and family as they make there way to Margate, Jack's final wish to be laid to rest.Each one of them takes us through there friendship with Jack with brilliant flashbacks, some with laughter and the good times others with tears.This is a drama which will provoke emotions within you. Slightly making you feel like your on a roller-coaster ride.A beautifully shot film with exceptional cast each bringing there own personality to the screen. A good British cockney film which should touch even the hardest of hearts.
Andrew S (de) wrote: Although Pie 2 delivers similar laughs and goofs to the audience, it inherits the original's best moments.
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Ashley (kr) wrote: Michelle Pfeiffer was great in this.
Augustine H (jp) wrote: Although Mr Spielberg heavily edited the historical facts, the spirit behind Hopkins' speech is the thing drives America forward.
Emily H (it) wrote: Battle Royale has to be one of the best movies I have ever seen. It's an interesting plot that carries all the way through the film. The acting is excellent as well as the cinematography. Simply put, it's amazing.
Emod L (ru) wrote: 84%Master and Commander is a showcase of fine performances, as well as some terrific photography and well-shot action.V: 80%
Nick D (ca) wrote: A window of time trnasporting us back to the most innocent period of films. Not a piece of art, but a classic.