Yukito Kunisaki is on a journey, seeking a girl with wings who flies in the sky, as mentioned in a childhood tale. During this journey, he settles down in a small town, trying to make some ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Air: The Motion Picture
A long time ago, a winged maiden was held prisoner in a castle - cursed never to experience love, lest she die. Centuries later, in a sleepy coastal town, a young girl relives this agony.
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Auramadeus M (fr) wrote: Film inteligente, sin caer en pretensiones. Buen gusto, gun concreto y Hellen Mirren. 7/10
Jonathan B (au) wrote: Compelling, disturbing and surreal in equal measures, Oppenheimer's film is one of the best documentaries of the last 10 years. Essential viewing.
Deb K (ag) wrote: I usually like the horror / reincarnation type movies, but this movie was just boring. I thought it would get more interesting, but it just didn't get there. It wasn't a BAD movie, I've seen worse, but it wasn't a Great movie.
Michelle C (jp) wrote: Deep heavy sigh. I hate movies that don't know how to end. It was slow, but had some interesting turns, but then just up and ended. Bah.
LoRo R (nl) wrote: Amazing portrayal of Blackbeard, the drunk Angus adds alot of depth to a character who used to be just an exagerrated beard in my imagination. However if you don't understand drunken Scottish, turn on subtitles.
Emily B (ru) wrote: I was a little skeptical of this movie at first, but I ended up enjoying it. Characters are what usually influence my reaction to a movie the most. The Cusacks always seem to do amazing jobs, but I think Bobby Coleman really stole the show in this one. He really brought the eccentric and troubled life of Dennis out through his portrayal. As far as the story goes, I'm a sucker for stories that are about reaching out to help troubled kids, especially in out-of-the-box ways.
Caleb M (ca) wrote: Mediocracy in a nutshell. Another cliched American Sports movie with no talent, taste and a painfully predictable storyline.
Chris H (es) wrote: A great film. What a wonderful and touching relationship between these two, as they struggle to cope both with simply getting to where they want to be and with Marcy's unique kind of tourettes (less the swearing kind, more the violent tantrum and tick kind).Thomas' Seth is clearly a sweet and loving guy, who puts up with all kinds of crap from his father and then has to deal with Marcy's problem too (he's very understanding, and only loses it with her occassionally). I watched this as I'm watching through all of Tunney's films (and Parks' too), and this performance and film ranks among her best indeed. I'd put it alongside or just above Cherish (2002).Being a big Parks fan, I thought this was a really cool role for him. If I had seen this before I compiled my Greatest Parks Performances list for the site I work for I probably would have thrown it in, but I didn't have a copy. Although it's a farely short role, his character was quite pivotal and it's admirable the way he (we assume) forgives them even though Marcy attacks him severely.The Stephen Lang cameo was nice too (though I noticed the dubbing when he was shooting at them outside sounded weird).The ending was sublime. It confused me at first, as it seems to contradict itself by showing Seth clearly jump into the water, then showing him land on ground just fine, then I realised him lying to Parks' character in the letter was the tip off - like how he pretended everything ended happily in the letter, when it fact it was horrible and she died, the real ending here was him jumping into the falls and killing himself, and the walkway landing was a false "don't worry, everything's fine" fantasy ending, akin to the letter. There's a tiny bit of ambiguity to it, but I think once you realise what the writers are getting at, the above is undoubtable the answer. What a great way to end this love story; it ranks among the best film endings I've seen in a good while. I loved the way he walked along the bar before jumping off too.As I read someone say on IMDB, it is indeed akin to a typical Greek tragedy, where each main character finally finds of something of substance, only to lose everything in the end.I sympathise with Seth totally - I think I would have jumped to, had I been through what he went through. I admire his courage and calmness in the way he did it. Also, what better way to go than off of Niagara Falls.The main body of the film is a 4 for me, but that ending really grabbed me and made the film worth the extra half a star. This one will stay with me for life I think.It aggravates me that this is another great film that isn't readily available to buy on DVD. I'm eager to own a hard copy.It's so cool that Thomas will be guest starring in The Mentalist Season 4, alongside Tunney. I imagine SO many people will miss the significance of that casting choice.
bill s (us) wrote: If you grew up in the late 60s-early 70s then you'll remember as a kid this was as cool an adventure as one could dream.
Kevin R (gb) wrote: I heard someone say baby...An aspiring writer is down on his luck and can't write anything worth reading but worthless animal stories. His wife gives him a line to ask people, "tell me how a child has impacted your life." The reporter asks famous musicians, actresses, and politicians this question and receives unique stories of cruel children that impacted their lives for the better."What types of eggs are those?""Chicken eggs, whatja think?"Four directors collaborate to deliver this interesting picture containing a wide range of characters and situations. The plots were interesting and felt like a series of short stories within an overarching primary plot. The characters are interesting and fairly well developed. The cast delivers above average performances and includes Burgess Meredith, James Stewart, Henry Fonda, Paulette Goddard, Fred MacMurray, and Harry James. "Do you have to wear the bathing suit for the contest?"I DVR'd this some time ago off Turner Classic Movies (TCM) and finally got around to watching it. I was impressed by the cast and their performances and the kids were interesting and fairly unpredictable. Overall, this is a fairly average movie that could have been better but was worth a viewing."You are a very mean, nasty little girl."Grade: C+