Beautiful young Kinu Yamabe is drawn to low-born Onimaru, who's vital and charismatic, but viewed by his father as a demon, and by most of the remaining family as a stain to the family name. But after her first period, Kinu suffers the fate of any women born near the Sacred Mountain: she must leave the Mountain and serve as priestess But she has a plan to stay near her old home - which involves marrying into a rival branch of her family.
- Stars:Yûsaku Matsuda, Yûko Tanaka, Rentarô Mikuni, Tatsuo Nadaka, Eri Ishida, Nagare Hagiwara, Keiko Itô, Masato Furuoya, Tomoko Takabe, Masao Imafuku, Tarô Shigaki,
- Director:Yoshishige Yoshida,
- Writer:Emily Brontë (novel), Yoshishige Yoshida
A retelling of Emily Bronte's tale of vengeance and obsessive love, set in medieval Japan. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(us) wrote: This Australian-financed film is the first film I have ever seen shot in Laos in the Lao language and while it is rather rudimentary in filming technique, has a rather simple story and an all-too-convenient ending (for the most part) the film is a charmer and it kept my interest. Ahlo is born a twin although his sibling doesn't survive the birth and in some Lao cultures twins are believed to be some sort of wicked omen as one is "blessed" and one is "cursed". After a series of other misfortunes follow his family, it is made clear to the boy that he is a "curse" upon the family ... although the boy believes differently. To prove his worth to the family and prove he isn't a cursed being, he decides to enter a local rocket contest and try his hand at building the most magnificent rocket at the festival. What could possibly go wrong with this boy handling explosives? The Rocket has both tears and smiles and two of the cutest child actors -- the other playing his young friend Kia -- I have seen onscreen in years. We live in a big world and complaints about one's latest iPhone are shockingly sad.
(us) wrote: For a mind game, it delivers. For a good horror flick, it doesn't. One way or another, it's just another passable film.
(jp) wrote: I was first attracted to this film by the actors that were in it but as I started to watch I could tell right away that the immediate plot was stale and frustrating. It all starts and ends with the two main characters played by the lovely Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen where the obvious theme of sexual explorative college bound friends is blatantly pushed upon us. At no point during this coming of age "let's lose our virginity" film did I feel remotely connected to any character. The directing is so horrible that I felt like I was watching plot that had no flow but simply events that happened along the way until they stopped happening and the film ends. Essentially I came to the realization that after watching 2 sexually frustrated girls go from liking the same guy to one of them having a relationship with him and keeping it a secret from the other to fighting their family issues by playing around with this poor innocent likeable guy. In the end the only thing I got out of this badly directed film and plot is that bitches be crazy!
(es) wrote: Pretty much my same thoughts here as I did with Lockout. I went into it expecting it to be good, but NOT perfect, and that's EXACTLY what I got: an enjoyable enough film that's fun to watch, but has some problems with it that you SHOULD be able to get past and still have a good time. I think the only reason people think this is terrible is because they think the filmmaking is terrible (and this is just another example of that), that this is a cash-grab (not just this, the whole franchise of these movies, and this is just another example of THAT), or (more likely) because they're huge fans of the games...! Among all the games I played growing up (and while I would eventually play SOME outbreak-related or zombie-related games), the Resident Evil series was NOT one of them...!
(gb) wrote: Great cheesy land-shark fun!
(ca) wrote: Energy drink salesmen must do community service and mentor two troubled kids in this hilarious comedy that doesn't apologize for it's crudeness.
(ca) wrote: How did some really good people make such an awful film!
(fr) wrote: "American Beauty" is one of my favorite films of all time. Not only is it a great satire of American middle-class notions of beauty, but also a rich, provocative, witty, and mesmerizing story about paternal love, materialism, self-liberation and mortality. There are some striking imagery, as well as darkly funny and memorable moments, all anchored brilliantly by the terrific cast and director Sam Mendes. I loved every minute of "American Beauty". It is a great film.
(gb) wrote: HEHEHE! HAHAHAHAHA! Oh God....This movie is so horrible... I loved these full moon video cheese fests. I gotta find this on DVD...Gamers loved this movie.
(kr) wrote: Film starts with Joy and George hearing about Elsas ill fate, leaving behind orphaned cubs..beautiful true story. I must admit, not as good as the preuel, born free, but none the less, captivating!
(ag) wrote: Loved It.Am a sucker for Historical Drama
(it) wrote: Made in 1948, Fort Apache is way ahead of its' time in a number of ways, namely its' complex themes. Henry Fonda is terrific, and the rest of the cast shines as well. My only significant criticism comes as a result of not enough of The Duke. A lesson Ford would later learn from.
(it) wrote: It Wasn't the best to begin with...I am no Ice Age Fan.First Was Excellent,Second Was not as good,Third got more ridiculous,This was the worst!Score: 2/10
(jp) wrote: Cool enough , but not a masterpiece...a bit forgotten already so ....
(es) wrote: hilarious and action
(ag) wrote: I think that what Alex of Venice brings to the table is its particular tone, a sense of middle-of-the-road, relaxing realism that successfully sucks in the viewer in a similar manner to like minded films such as Bella, Room, The One I Love, Like Crazy and other films that mark the best of the indie genre. Alex of Venice and these other films, to some degree, ride an ambiguous tone emotionally and aesthetically. Unlike the washed out grey of Inside Llewyn Davis, the endless artistry of Knight of Cups or the pretentious dribble of Clouds of Sils Maria, Alex of Venice is earnest and minimalist, looking to allow its actors to interact naturally and capture what goes on from there. It doesn't devolve into unnecessary "artistic" shots and the runtime is perfect for the subject matter. Although the storyline is extremely unoriginal and fairly predictable, Alex of Venice chooses to work from a well worn base in order to strive instead for quality and a steady realism centered around a really fantastic performance by Mary Elizabeth Winstead and a capable supporting cast. It isn't the greatest film ever but you get the feeling that Messina and crew know that. Alex of Venice takes itself just as seriously as it should and the results leave you feeling a rather pleasant mix of thoughtfulness and relaxation. And in the end, Alex walks off not with a man but with her child, the best exit one can ask for in today's day and age. I look forward to what Messina has in store for us next.