The Tsunami Warrior
As sea pirates threaten to invade their kingdoms, three queens of Langkasuka must band together to defend their lands and peoples.
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R Treybian P (gb) wrote: Now, I really like this movie. A period piece, a broken Charles Xavier, a time traveling Wolverine, and Sentinels- who can ask for more. I still hold to my position that none of these "X-Men" movies are "X-Men" movies. That they're Wolverine movies "starring the X-Men", and this one is no exception. However, this is as close as they've ever gotten (First Class notwithstanding). I will own the "Rogue's Cut", but this cut is definitely a good watch.
Pavandeep S (gb) wrote: What I loved about this film is how we never lose our focus, we keep wondering who's the sane one here and I also like how Swedes do their thrillers, there is over-hanging paranoia over their society and mistrust over their state and nation and it's wide claws over everything.
Dolly Z (ca) wrote: Moving, terrifying, and depressing all at the same time. The animation perfectly captured the atrocities of war.
Corey B (us) wrote: A Canadian version of Office Space, a interesting movie about being cooped up all of the time, another decent Canadian movie.
Anthony K (fr) wrote: This coming-of-age tale was probably a lot more impactful when it actually hit cinemas, but time has really watered down its message, politics, and entertainment value.
Liam C (br) wrote: When I heard of the story for this film I was very intrigued but it was really hard to find a copy of this but luckily I finally found one and 'Mad City' is a very interesting film. There is quite a lot going on in this story and it is very compelling to watch, the obvious comparison would be to 'Dog Day Afternoon' but we see a lot of the other side of the camera and how the news companies manipulate any and everything to say what they want them to say. It wasn't really anything groundbreaking though like I'm sure the filmmakers were hoping to achieve, perhaps I am looking at it with modern eyes because this is relevant now more than ever but we all know this goes on. What really annoyed me the most was the paparazzi, they're terrible anyway but they go to harass the injured and children the moment they can, can't they back off? At least from the children? The acting from Hoffman and Travolta is really great. I thought there would be more to Hoffman's character because in the museum he was always talking about how they need to make Sam's image look good but as soon as he goes outside for the first time he says that he is unstable. It did make me laugh that he said he had a wife that took their child with her because of 'Kramer vs. Kramer', they also talk about a TV movie in here but luckily that can't be used as a joke about the film saying that this should have gone to TV because this is good. Although I doubt they'd be talking about something like that right at the end of the film as everything is heated and they must have mentioned Mel Gibson in this because they were filming in 1996 and 'Braveheart' won big at The Oscars that year. However, despite Hoffman typically giving a good performance, at some points it did look like he really did not want to be here. John Travolta in this film though was really great, he perfectly captures the working man in a situation like that, he's nervous, he doesn't check behind the door in the toilet the first time he sees it open, he doesn't have all the answers, he tells Max to leave and then asks how he can trust if Max comes back again, it's all really well done. When Sam did his first interview for the TV, that part in particular was really well handled and I really felt sympathy for Sam, Travolta nailed it. I thought that he should have originally said that his only demands were to have his job back but what he actually says was even better, but like he would blame his friend for him losing his job and he cannot release all the children right at the start or else he wouldn't have any leverage. Everyone else does fine jobs also, but these two are the main focus, but I will say that the children were good. The film looked and sounded good. The soundtrack was quite varied and the introduction for the film was very smooth, cool, slick and a little deceptive, given what it looks like Max is putting together, I knew it couldn't be a gun considering I knew the premise of the film but still, deceptive. Both the trailer and the film had a line in there about 'pushing the line' but it was different in the film to what was in the trailer but the film did have its funny lines and comedic bits between characters. I doubt it was intentional but the person we see Max trying to interview at the start was involved with money and was called Mr. Burns did make me smile, as well as someone else being called Dolan. I was expecting there to be some revelation at the end with Hoffman's character but I'm wondering if his motivation changed from pretending to like him just to get a good story to actually being concerned about his wellbeing. We see Max focusing on the gun whenever Sam leaves it unattended throughout the whole film but maybe he was just going to take it away to be safe instead of taking it away because of it being a good news story. I saw this film ending one of two ways and it ended the second way I thought of, the first way, like I have already said is about the revelation, I really feel like this film needed a gut punch ending that really would have gotten the media manipulation point across with sledgehammer force. However, Max ending the film by saying that we did it, as well as all the other examples the film showcases, it got the point across as well, and all without needless swearing, they were around children, I know, but I can't think of anyone saying anything at all. Although, Max would be more injured than he was given what happens at the end and the credits were weird as well, they stopped before they reached the traffics lights. I also think that the film was a little longer than it probably should have been; I wasn't bored but pushing two hours felt a bit much. I am confused by the low rating as well, but then again, it didn't do well in the box office, so it makes sense but is still odd considering the talent involved. Nevertheless, 'Mad City', just to clarify, does indeed get its point across and shines from great performances from the leads.
Chanel M (us) wrote: I have watched the play, but the movie made so many things clear. It is amazing and sensational, with music and performances that movies the heart and soul. Following will be my analysis of the film/play:Eva (Madonna) was born into the middle class, as the bastard daughter of an upper class man. When she was 15 she started using one man after the other to climb up her ladder of success. She did what had to be done to break through her chains of hardship. Antonio Banderas is our third-person narrator of the story, representing the working class people. Because he is not a true character his views of what is happening is true and not biased. He can be seen as a part of Eva, as she was part of the working class and knows how to connect with them. She reached the top of her ladder when she married Juan Peron, an army officer. She convinces him to run for office, and becomes an idol for the working class people. She represents Peron and shows the working class people that he will be a great president, because he can love her (a working class woman). The parts where people called "Peron" has an ominous feel to it, foreshadowing something terrible will happen. Thus far she only cared about herself, but something bigger started happening. Argentina loves her and Peron wins the elections. They make promises to the people, but it is not being kept. Antonio Banderas, reminds Eva of her promises and they also dance with each other, which is metaphorical for her struggling with her new, upper-class life, and her past, working-class life. She started to think fancy clothes are what the people want to see, and started to forget what really mattered and what she was fighting for. Eva falls ill, I believe the cause was because of stress and her having to represent Peron wherever she went. and says goodbye to the people, in a heart-wrenching performance of "Don't cry for me, Argentina". She tells them that she was always there for the people and thinking of them, even when it didn't look like it. She soon dies, and then the beginning of the movie makes sense, as it started after her death.
Gary S (ag) wrote: Considering it was only modestly budgeted it was a good thriller. Quite eerie in places. The soundtrack makes it seem a bit dated. In some ways quite a believable plot.
Oliver S (kr) wrote: Excellent stylish 60s action drama.
Michael R (de) wrote: Cowhand refuses to accept responsibility for the challenges of the world of rules and perimeters we have to act in, so he runs, but also lets his ego provoke the law in self-defeat. The composer Goldsmith found the contradiction of youthful defiance lost in time.
Shawna R (us) wrote: MOM how dare you make me watch this?!
Salena S (jp) wrote: This 2004 version of Dawn of The Dead pays respects to the original in a wonderful way, as well as taking on it's on dimensions. While the movie could have been executed in a better way, as well as taken a deeper route in terms of the ending - it is still a worthy remake of a classic we all love.
Giovanni M (gb) wrote: Depp acts his heart out and it's worth it.
Facebook U (ag) wrote: scariest movie that I have ever seen...can't get past the first knock on the door. I have seen it once but have tried several times to watch it again and can't.
Troy M (ru) wrote: A must see Gay Flick.