Ajuricaba, o Rebelde da Amazônia
The story of Ajuricaba, the Manaus' Indian chief and warrior who led a revolt against the Portuguese colonizers, in the Amazon.
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Viet Phuong N (ag) wrote: The dry tone of this documentary may not satisfy one looking for excitement and surprises in the production of an animation, a masterpiece actually, by the Grandmaster Hayao Miyazaki, which is predictably lengthy, tedious, stressful, and somehow cruel, as truthfully depicted in the film. This documentary may not satisfy either Ghibli fans expecting to see their "animation magician" Hayao Miyazaki who, according to them, looks like an old and dreamy master full of inspirations, affection, and extraordinary visual. Even me, although knowing about the notorious rigidity and demanding attitude of Miyazaki-sensei before, I was perplexed about the title of the film - how in the world "madness" can exist in the wonderful animation kingdom of Ghibli and Hayao Miyazaki. And "madness" it is indeed, when we observe a stoic Miyazaki devoting all his physical and mental energy to finish the film and expecting his colleagues and staff (his "pawns") to have the same level of energy and attitude. Even the other half of Ghibli - Takahata-sensei, Miyazaki's own mentor, could not escape such scrutiny when he could not, or did not want to, finish his film "Tale of the Princess Kaguya" at the same time with Miyazaki's "The Wind Rises" (fortunately for us the audience, both films turned out to be "magnum opus" and deserved to be the "Swan song" of both sensei). But gradually, along this difficult process, we realize why Miyazaki's films have always satisfied our imagination and broadened our vision, simply because Miyazaki-sensei has poured his eternal stream of fantastic visual and deeply humanist stories into each frame of his film by his very own hands (he draws all the storyboards and key frames by himself!), with all his heart. The gem of this film is the genius of Ms. Mami Sunada, the director, in depicting not only Miyazaki-sensei, but also everyone and everything that form Ghibli and "The Wind Rises" as we know - some obscure (like Takahata-sensei), some radiant (like Suzuki-sensei) but have all contributed to the originality and success of Ghibli. "The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness" here is also the chaotic and depressive Japan after the 3-11 earthquake and nuclear accident - a country that has nurtured imaginative minds like Miyazaki-sensei and Takahata-sensei, but is still struggling with the recovery from the 2011 events and with the redefinition of its pacifist spirit. In my opinion, Ms. Mami Sunada has done a great job bringing the spirit of Ghibli to the audience, helping them understand the glorious ordeal of making an animation, a good one. I especially admire her ending, which clearly shows that she does love Miyazaki's works (to be able to match his casual words and his monumental works) and does want to show the beauty of Miyazaki's masterpieces (yes, masterpiece, in plural!) to the audience, but she refrained from doing such "simple" things to give people a better understanding, a truer view of Miyazaki's works and the sensei himself. If only Takahata-sensei can have an equal bio-documetary about his process of making "Pricess Kaguya"...
Claire T (au) wrote: Informative and historically accurate account of the fall of the Soviet occupation of Poland.
Karsh D (de) wrote: enjoyable film with a great cast as a young couple have problems with the consummation of their marriage.
Sgt C (mx) wrote: (25%)A movie that on the one hand is a fair and honest homage to bad biker movies with their dire story telling, terrible writing, and woeful production values that in a parameter of sleazy trash cinema works as an actual throw-back, but on the other hand you cannot help but think that Quentin Tarrantino has a fair amount to answer for. It's clear this in its own way wants to be a bad film taken from within the boundaries of a low budget sleaze picture from the early to mid 70's, but is that achievement in itself worthy of actual merit? I'm not entirely sure. There are times when this does feel like the genuine article, but again is that worthy of merit? I'm somewhat split on this one. Yes, this is a really bad movie, and yes that was the whole point, but that doesn't mean this is 100% not worth a look for the cult fans out there. For those with zero interest in the old, hugely flawed films need not apply.
Andrew G (ru) wrote: Aggressively stupid, unfunny, un-scary, and worst of all, entirely boring, Piranha 3DD is a 90-minute exercise in cinematic excrement.
Tim M (ca) wrote: unusual and definitely different - not sure if it was rubbish or so bad it was ok
Norbert H (de) wrote: The story and the script is brilliantly written, believable acting from the main characters and as a whole package, it beats any blockbuster Hollywood hype movie any time :DThe moments are either tense, awkward, funny or all the above in one scene :DHighly recommended!
Chris K (au) wrote: Go ahead and watch this movie and try not to fall in love with Sesame Street all over again. Good luck. La la la la!
MarieBella C (jp) wrote: While ascetically stunning and the acting quite good the films pace doesn't match it's passion.
John Eric D (de) wrote: Its very watchable, feels like I know what will happen at times but overall its better than expected. With Denzel on it its all good.
Josefine L (ag) wrote: Jag gillar alltid Freddie, tminstone i allt han gjort som barn. Men jag fr annars inte riktigt den feeling som filmen verkar sikta p.
Ian C (fr) wrote: This is one mental flick and not what I was expecting. Excellent makes 'Fifty Shades of Grey' look like an episode of 'Who's the Boss?'.
Beverly H (it) wrote: Creepy with a good story
Keith B (mx) wrote: It's just a little bit dull isn't it?
Georgieboy M (mx) wrote: This film is not just about the nostalgic of life and the importance of memories, altogether it's a tribute for the making of movies and how they made us feel and how deep is in our psyche; this is represented by the final moment that the main character chose, at the end of the film, were not only the memory is in the film but the movie is the memory itself. All of this happens because in this kind of midheaven once you chose your memory they have to recreate it for you. But coming back to the movie plot; we have that the premise it's really bold: you can have only one memory for eternity. So which memory would you choose if you could only carry one remembering for eternity? Its a really hard question to answer and the reflexions and philosophical thoughts-an odor or a sound, just a moment in all our existence it's capable of make our life worth- that the movie raises make us not only enjoy the film but feeling it.Without doubts my favorite film of Koreeda.