After the co-host of a shopping channel TV show loses her job to a younger rival, she enrolls in an intensive yoga course. The very strict trainer informs her students that there will be ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
After the co-host of a shopping channel TV show loses her job to a younger rival, she enrolls in an intensive yoga course. The very strict trainer informs her students that there will be ...
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JY S (jp) wrote: Ryuhei Kitamura's Baton has style, which is enough for it to receive a passing grade.Comprised of three episodes that add up to roughly an hour of storytelling, Baton is an animation that ends up a little vague on setting and technological details; however this is only a minor letdown. The important plot details are also absent until the second and third episodes.The action and visuals are stylized around Kitamura's directing and this all adds up to a unique watch. The choreography behind the action is pretty good and there is quite a bunch of it, especially in the first episode's introduction. The visuals behind the animation are showcased throughout the closing credits when a few screenshots are transferred to their live action counterparts.The voice work of Hayato Ichihara and Aya Ueto are the frontrunners of this production with some other noticeable names popping in throughout the episodes.By the end, Baton is a little lacking in places, but with enough stylization and story, it isn't a waste of time.
Stephen S (jp) wrote: I hope it will live up to the book
Christophe C (ca) wrote: Un festival de loches et une bitte en patte modeler, voil ce qu'il faut retenir de ce film qui se reverait digne hritier de Russ Meyer et Franck Henenlotter. Pas de bol, le fun et le talent ont t oublis...
Caleb C (gb) wrote: interesting and a bit slow all the way through.
Stella D (ca) wrote: crazy crawford vehicle that verges on camp at times but hang in there for the explosive climax!! also featuring sleazy jack palance and gloria grahame. good stuff
Anthony D (gb) wrote: One of the most meandering non sensible films I've ever seen. I'm shocked this Gil got made.