Earth is attacked by alien spacecraft from Venus. But a Japanese scientist has constructed a space craft, the Gohten, with which he may save humanity.
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Cerys S (de) wrote: needs to be released on dvd. like now!!!
Walter M (gb) wrote: The movie starts with Mary Ann(Elisabeth Shue) taking her 13-year old daughter Janie(Abigail Breslin) to meet her father Ethan(Alessandro Nivola), who is in Little Rock touring with his band, for the first time. Whatever Mary Ann was expecting, it could have not been that Ethan says that he does not remember her, much less not claim Janie as his own, even with a copy of her birth certificate listing him as the father. So, Mary Ann forces the issue by leaving Janie behind at the concert venue, leading Janie to call 911. That leaves her with a choice of getting on the tour bus or taking a tour of the foster care system. With Ethan's assent, she chooses the former. Even though the plot of "Janie Jones" sounds like it has been done plenty of times before, the movie finds its own nuanced downbeat way, hitting just the right notes, mostly due to the excellence of its two lead performances.(However, the less said of Elisabeth Shue the better.) Alessandro Nivola is especially good playing a tortured soul who with the departure of his enablers from his life is forced for once to reconsider his life while learning how to act around a 13-year old daughter.(Learning from watching her irresponsible mother, Janie can take care of herself while still being young enough to not have to think about psychoanalysis yet.) While the movie is subtle about its condemnation of drug and alcohol abuse, it also helps that Ethan is not instantly likable, as the movie does not take the easy way out.
jenna c (ag) wrote: Hey..writing this simply because of all the bad reviews..I found it slightly charming and it had a few lol moments..Not the greatest rom-com, but i have taste, dammit, and it if you like such a movie category, it will pass the time just fine (at 3am when you cant sleep)..Has a few pieces of nice insight as well..Would have liked to see the supporting actress as lead, however..Sorry, miss mandy moore :-)
Noel M (gb) wrote: Funny, and the camera work is fantastic
D B (fr) wrote: This is the old "demon's got me by the cajones and I can't get rid of it" plot, but good nonetheless. A few really good horror movie scenes. The kid is creepy and a good actress. Not a great movie, but good for a rainy afternoon at home.
Sarah P (ru) wrote: I wasn't as impressed with this movie as I thought I would be. It pretty much just reinforces my belief that invading and occupying Iraq was one of the worst things we could do and that religion, ALL RELIGION, is crazy.
Freeman M (au) wrote: Not as bad as everyone says. It isn't good, though.
Michael W (au) wrote: Dreadful post-apocalyptic skateboard film with a Videodrome-like plot about subversive television signals. I never imagined I would use the term 'dreadful' and 'post-apocalyptic film' in the same sentence.
Jon F (mx) wrote: not a bad sequel but it really was fighting to keep the magic the first film had. Which I don't think it really pulled it off but it managed to pass as a decent sequel. It still had some laughs and had a good cast. It's worth a watch.
Derrick P (ca) wrote: After this film Tarr honed his vision and created three feature films which are some of the best in film history. This one is far from perfect and nowhere near as brilliant as Damnation, Satantango, and Werckmeister Harmonies. However, it's still worth a watch, especially if you're interested in Tarr's career.
Stuart K (nl) wrote: After the success of The Buddy Holly Story (1978), director Steve Rash and producer Fred Bauer reunited for this comedic caper which Bauer had come up with the idea for and worked on with a few different writers. The final result was a comedy that went well over-budget, and it's absolutely insane and the sort of film you'd never get away with now, however it's not as bad as what it's made out to be. In 1938, a bunch of guests descend on the Culver Hotel in California, including FBI agent Bruce Thorpe (Chevy Chase) who is assigned to protect an Austrian royal duke (Joseph Maher) and his Duchess wife (Eve Arden). Meanwhile, there's studio casting associate Annie Clark (Carrie Fisher) who has been assigned to look after 150 midget actors who are to play the Munchkins in The Wizard of Oz. However, midget Nazi agent Otto Kriegling (Billy Barty) is sent to assassinate the Duke, but he ends up getting caught up with the antics of the midgets. Plus a group of Japanese tourists and Kansas midget Rollo Sweet (Cork Hubbert) get caught up in it all too. The film has been called everything from "a complete failure" to "one of the worst films ever", and that was just from it's cast. It is a one of a kind film, and you can see why it flopped as it has no heart, it's just set-up after set-up with the midgets behaving badly. Producer Bauer never worked again, Rash however was more lucky.
Terry G (it) wrote: For its time this was a very sexy erotic movie!
Miguel A (br) wrote: Nada nos prepara para uma comdia to anrquica e transgressora como "Putney Swope". Fez muito bem minha tarde de domingo.
Aaron H (us) wrote: Kind of weird to be honest. Mike is usually my favorite part of RLM. His jokes always make me laugh the most. But in this movie he was pretty bad, rich is good, jay is good, pretty much everyone is fine except for Mike. The opposite of how their skits normally are. All in all it's meh, pretty much what you would expect, would have been better as a short film with the less funny/interesting scenes taken out.
Dan N (nl) wrote: After Il Gattopardo and this film, Burt Lancaster easily avances to being one of my favorite character actors, if not actors in general. I'll be sure to check out some of his Westerns during the next few weeks. As for Birdman, he creates a character that is dangerous, generous, brave, masculine and yet believable and relatable at the same time. I don't know any other actor who can combine toughness and friendliness in 1 character and perfectly get away with it. The movie itself is nothing special, it's all focused on that one person and the things he lives through and his power of will and his strength. The frame plot is rather weak (no idea how much of that really happened). But if it wasn't for the bravura performance of Lancaster's, I'd have pretty much forgotten about the movie already. Rating: 21 points. As for what it is - a great character study - it's definitely a recommendable piece of film.