Insurrection deposes the tyrannical first emperor of China during the evil Qin Dynasty. Warrior/general Xiang Yu and the cunning peasant Liu Pang join forces to win through civil war. Xiang... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Insurrection deposes the tyrannical first emperor of China during the evil Qin Dynasty. Warrior/general Xiang Yu and the cunning peasant Liu Pang join forces to win through civil war. Xiang...
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Peter L (jp) wrote: Definitely doesn't deserve a rotten rating.
Denise P (au) wrote: In an admirable attempt to deem Death itself the true antagonist of horror, unrealistic gore overshadows Final Destination's innovative concept, and is ultimately little more than a testament to how special effects have drastically replaced serious-minded creativity.
Dora K (ag) wrote: Unclear on the definition of schmaltzy? Then watch this...
Robert B (us) wrote: hilarious and very original
Erin C (ru) wrote: So sad! I cried a couple times. Very good acting and a great story.
Princess A (it) wrote: I remember seeing a trailor of this film on a scary video i used to own years back i have always wanted to see it. After Orpan has been advertised Mikey came back to my mind and i thought I'd download it and give it a go. Probably a very scary film for it's time but these days this film is more humerous than anything else. Some parts are slightly shocking as you think "can a child really be this bad" I've satisfied my curiosity and i won't be watching it again.
John H (kr) wrote: Unfailingly interesting and insightful, but a bit of an acquired taste.
Wut S (it) wrote: Overwhelming. Deeply relevant to all humans.
Jessi t (es) wrote: I have, in the past, been rather vocal about my disinterest in blatant art films and avant garde, so when one of my film classes screend Pull My Daisy, I anticipated a headache. However, there's a special something about this film which totally redeems it in my eyes--total batshit craziness. I enjoyed Pull My Daisy for the same reason I enjoyed Un Chien Andalou. I'm sure the filmmaker intended it to be a message film of some kind, but what it really came across as, to me, is a kind of cross-section into the mind of a subset culture that has all but faded away. Looking into the mind of the beat generation is as interesting and involving as it is to look into the height of the surrealist movement. The film holds no pretension, forces no message on you, making the entire short a rather interesting experience. Kerouac's constant narration breaks the whole thing up rather nicely, making it a surprisingly entertaining short.The fact that it's 28 minutes long is probably another reason I could stomach it so well, same as Un Chien Andalou. Short bursts of unfiltered crazy are really fantastic.
Ian R (nl) wrote: exquisite, delicate, love-ly.