Anohana the Movie: The Flower We Saw That Day
A group of friends were separated when one of them died in an accident. Later on she comes back as a ghost trying to get into heaven but to do that her friends must grant her a wish.
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Jesse O (fr) wrote: Apparently you can't tell a werewolf love story without avoiding Twilight comparisons. Because people, all Twilight fans, forget that werewolf and vampire existed before Twilight came along. For my estimation, this film is NOTHING like the series people are comparing it to. I say that because, for one, this movie is actually good. And, secondly, it actually has well-written characters and a well-told story. Personally, I don't think this is a love story...at all. I can see how people would think it's a romance, even more so when you compare it to Twilight. Personally, I find the whole story to be about the relationship between Cheol-su and Soon-yi to be closer to that between a pet and his owner. There is, naturally, some attraction between the two, but I don't think they ever even come close to acting on it. The film sees how Cheol-su's loyalty to Soon-yi develops and how he'll do anything to protect her, and by extension, her family. The film is well written because it doesn't fall into the trap that Twilight fell into, which was making the characters "fall in love" by finding each other cute. This movie isn't that shallow, its characters are well-written and the chemistry between the leads is excellent. The story is definitely very sweet, but not nauseatingly so. The film looks incredible as well, the cinematography is absolutely gorgeous. It looks and feels like a fairy tale, which is certainly important with this type of story. Another thing about the movie is that the movie, while certainly not violent, doesn't really shy away from the more violent moments and how Cheol-su gives in to his bestial instincts when he sees his "owner" in danger. As with almost every South Korean movie, this one gets a little weepy towards the ending, but I think it really does work in this film's favor, as I think it's certainly sweet and touching, but also bittersweet at the same time. I don't know, I realize this might actually be a very shitty review, but I really liked this movie much more than I was expecting. It's a sweet and touching story with strong acting.
PY C (au) wrote: It's always fun with this bunch!
Cole P (ag) wrote: There's some witty dialogue here and there, but with a mindless love for gore, uninteresting characters, and a generally unoriginal plot, "Drive-Thru" will most likely only satisfy the bloody faithful, or those looking for cheesy horror.
Geoff J (fr) wrote: when done well, like here, surreal can be quite disturbing.
Valerie S (ag) wrote: One of Kiefer's sexiest movies!
Christine A (es) wrote: It's an inspiring story for it teaches us to continue pursuing our goals despite the odds!!Love it!!
Senor C (fr) wrote: Offerings gives new to the term dumb teenage victim. Everybody in this film deserved to be offed because they are so ass wipe. Even the few that survived should have met just desserts (especially that fat cop). Absolutely nothing new to offer it even has a score that rings reminiscent of Halloween. By 89 that is almost inexcusable. The genre had been done to death but if you are going to go the well this late in the game try to bring a little something something to the table. Offerings doesn't as it is is strictly by the numbers w/ little fun to be offered. The only entertainment you will have is taking the piss out of it because you have seen it all before..& a hell of a lot better
Alex S (br) wrote: a raw (early) european version of 'into the wild' having erased the search for meaning somewhat- interesting, painful at times and there is no happy ending, conventional happy ending at least. not mainsteam at all.
Jason K (kr) wrote: This is Really Delicious Like chocolate
Kelly H (mx) wrote: This won raves from the critics, and who are we to argue with the critics? One might think there had never been a move made about a marriage falling apart before this one. Excellent performances by all do not necessarily add up to a great movie. This is depressing and predictable right down to the unsatisfying non-ending. This viewer was raised in the upscale suburbs of the 1950's, and doesn't recall such overwrought, passionately unhappy characters as this dreary husband and wife. The 50's were a quiet, sweet time. We've all heard there was suburban angst brewing beneath the surface, but few upscale ladies self-aborted. And who knew it was so easy? Leonardo gives a brilliant, subtle, warm performance. We didn't know he had it in him. Kate is stuck in a thankless role as a shallow, selfish,woman who doesn't know how good she has it,.She is the self-pitying sort who weeps while doing dishes. There is not a shred of humor or charm in this dark film. It's framed by Kathy Bates as a gossipy real estate dealer who tells the tale, an odd device with no payoff. Her mentally ill son is invited into the chaos as a sort of idiot savant who speaks the unspeakable truth. Didn't we all have neighbors like that?