Princess Jasmine grows tired of being forced to remain in the palace and she sneaks out into the marketplace in disguise where she meets street-urchin Aladdin and the two fall in love, although she may only marry a prince. After being thrown in jail, Aladdin and becomes embroiled in a plot to find a mysterious lamp with which the evil Jafar hopes to rule the land.

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Gary M S (fr) wrote: A well written tale which instantly vaulted to one of my favorite weird flicks. Twilight Zone-ish premise. I wasn't completely satisfied with the ending but there were enough cool scenes to make up for it. The folks at IFC make quality films.

Caesar M (us) wrote: The Sword With No Name is about a Joseon dynasty bounty hunter becoming the body guard of the queen he secretly loves. It's the love of first sight romance story with two character who can't stand to be separated from each other after spending one day together. The couple themselves are better developed than the actual relationship. One being a devoted Empress who sacrifices what her heart wants for the better of her country. She's given enough development to feel sympathetic towards despite the action making the body guard pursuing her miserable. The body guard is not as fleshed as the young Empress. Instead the film depicts the body guard passion for her love through his action which depending on the viewer will range from being creepy, silly, tragic, or moving. When it's not focus on romance we have a royal family bickering about politics where we have an indecisive villain. That being the king's father who changes sides every other minute, wanting to protect the queen while at other times would like to see nothing more than her death. A failed attempt to add an extra layer of intelligence to the whole film. The political elements are welcoming giving the film a more epic feel. Giving a sense of there is more struggles than simply the guy not getting the girl. Sadly it political aspect is not treated as with much importance compare to the central couple struggles. It certainly has flaws going for an epic story though failing with some half-baked material, but the characters themselves are interesting enough to carry a fantasy like story. Seung-woo Cho provides a good performance not being too romantic or cliched. He keeps it believable carrying much dramatic weight while also showing a lighter side to see what makes him likable. Soo Ae is excellent anchoring, though not dominating the film. Her rashness adds a compelling layer to the film getting across her feelings through her facial expression more than with words. Soo Ae and Seung-woo Cho chemistry works in the film favor with scenes coming off as sweet and tragic. Yong-gyun Kim doesn't skip on the chance on showing beautiful landscapes over telling a good story. He captures the natural beauty of South Korea landscapes from forest, the countryside, and palaces. The costumes aside from being lovely are very detailed. Making the film in certain scenes feel like a engrossing visual poem. The film few and short length swords fights are all terrible. Three out of four sword fights suffer the same problem where plastic CG actor are performing the acrobatics action scene speeding it up with poor uses of fast and slow motion. The change in speed either makes things go by too fast to enjoy the choreography or goes slow to hide the illusion of CG actors doing the action. Not to forget the choreography for the first two sword fights are out of place being more fitting in a video game since the rest of the films the combat is not over the top. One moment in particular being cringe worthy where our protagonist skate with a sword like clever to avoid his opponent strikes. The one and only practical action scene is the worst of the bunch. The unconvincing choreography is mostly to blamed. Viewers can forgive a lone bodyguard winning against an entire army, but not when the hero combatant shows a lack of skill. The lead runs into an army of soldiers and is surrounded with the choreography resulting in our lead mostly trying escape an armlock. It would have also helped if the lead didn't have to spin perform his punch in this particular action scene. These action scenes were unneeded taking you out of the film. The Sword With No Name is a visual treat for the eyes from it beautiful landscapes right down the colorfully detailed costumes. It's story is like a epic fairy tale which sadly never combining politics, romance, and action in coherent manner. The film positives will overshadow it flaws as it has more to admire than detract, but in the end can't feel as if the film was meant to be grander than how it ended up.

Joshua L (es) wrote: Fucking awesome examination/documentary on th things people do their bodies. Everything from bodybuilding to plasic surgery and piercings to tattoos is discussed. If you have a weak stomach I highly recommend that you don't watch it and to those who can watch something like this, view it with an open mind. Its very graphic!!!!

Caitlin L (ca) wrote: The original was better. Too many people in it.

Shane D (gb) wrote: Another film that suffered by having a competitor released at the same time (RED PLANET) this really isn't that bad of a film (where RED PLANET was). Gary Sinise as a leading man is retrospectively an interesting choice - but surrounded by Cheadle and Robbins, he manages. Space movies when made well enough get an automatic tick from me and having only recently watched GRAVITY, I see plenty of reasons why this isn't nearly as bad as it's remembered. Whilst a fair amount of belief is required to be suspended - the action leading up to the rescue landing on Mars is pretty cool. What makes the film for me is it's ending - Sinise heading off to travel the universe whilst corny, I really enjoy. It's no Apollo 13 but its far more enjoyable than time has given it credit for (in my books anyway).

Grard K (jp) wrote: Weirdly fascinating film, check it out if you can!!!

Tristan P (ag) wrote: Surprisingly effective late entry AIP gothic, with Vincent Price at his best. This is an unexpectedly vicious film with an undeniably creepy climax.

Mlissa M (au) wrote: Je l'ai pas vu au complet et c'est un projet de le terminer, c'est tellement bon!

Anand K (ag) wrote: about as dumb as it gets