Ultraman Saga

Ultraman Saga

Ultraman Saga opens with a powerful apocalyptic vision of Tokyo, buildings destroyed and the city seemingly devoid of life. We are soon introduced to the Earth Defense Force (EDF), Team U (played by members of the female idol group AKB48). They and a group of young children and the last survivors on planet Earth after the world was invaded by the evil Alien Bat, the rest of the human population having been abducted.

Ultraman Saga opens with a powerful apocalyptic vision of Tokyo, buildings destroyed and the city seemingly devoid of life. We are soon introduced to the Earth Defense Force (EDF), Team U (played by members of the female idol group AKB48). They and a group of young children and the last survivors on planet Earth after the world was invaded by the evil Alien Bat, the rest of the human population having been abducted. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dale J (us) wrote: As an introduction to modern philosophical thought, this film held my attention and made me want to follow up on some of the ideas presented. It is basically ten 10minute lectures from various well known thinkers, about areas they're passionate about, as they traverse their ideas, they also move through various locales.

David S (us) wrote: Should have stuck with one movie. Gordon Gekko was dull and boring and I'm not a big fan of Shia Labeouf and add the Oliver Stone slow burner, this didn't keep me interested long.

Ke H (nl) wrote: For me, the story was more worthy of a TV movie. I don't mean to disparage Beatrix Potter's life, but the film became too dialogue-driven and emotional. I think the creative folk tried too hard to make the film bigger than it was by animating Potter's drawings. That device just detracted from the emotional impact of the film.

Joy A (us) wrote: I want to see the full movie-because the clips I saw on you tube were so intentionally bad- that I know the movie might be ridiculously good.

Randy M (us) wrote: 0 for horror, 8 for comedy :)

Aditya M (it) wrote: The tone of this film is either cloying or strangely solemn, robbing this most interesting of subjects of its sharpness and dramatic effect.

Ken T (mx) wrote: This was actually pretty good..."

Junaid R (gb) wrote: Good sountrack but complete tosh of a movie.

Michael M (br) wrote: John Waters + Scratch n' sniff.... not sure if good idea.... or something horrifying.

Mike Q (fr) wrote: Powerful movie for the time...Loved it.

Logan M (au) wrote: "Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison" is an intriguing old-style war drama and character study that sadly isn't as well known as John Huston's other film "The African Queen," despite the two's similarities.

Film G (gb) wrote: First people saying this is a "Woody Allen" movie are just showng how vapid and uneducated they are. This film has a great real film feel to it and I spent the whole time trying to figure out what year it was in. The backgrounds go from what seemed to be the 50's up to modern day in subtle ways. It was a very flashback/retro movie for me that reminded me of the 1970s and how quiet and simple things were before computers and the cell phone. Woody Allen didn't invent movies filmed in NY with a narration. The film had me interested the whole time and I admired the cinematography, the locations, architecture, wardrobe, backgrounds, and sets. It's not the best movie in the world but it made me thing which is more than 99.9% of the drivel being made today does. If you didn't like it I can direct you to some worthless films like Intersteller, The Hobbit, Night at the Museum, Fifty Shades of Grey... all which were rated better than this film but were much less enjoyed by me. Also the film poster/cover totally misleads the fim goer because it totaly misses the retro feeling that this film has.