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In 1942, Henan Province was devastated by the most tragic famine in modern Chinese history, resulting in the deaths of at least three million men, women and children. Although the primary cause of the famine was a severe drought, it was exacerbated by locusts, windstorms, earthquakes, epidemic disease and the corruption of the ruling Kuomintang government.
- Stars:Jonas Holdenrieder, Emily Kusche, Nico Hartung, Guoli Zhang, Hanyu Zhang, Wei Fan, Yuanzheng Feng, Fan Xu, Daoming Chen, Xuejian Li, Jingyi Yao, Jiale Peng, Qian Li, Huifang Yuan, Shaohua Zhang, Ziwen Wang, Mo Zhang, Yi Zhao,
- Director:Xiaogang Feng,
- Writer:Zhenyun Liu (novel), Zhenyun Liu
A deadly drought in 1942 takes its toll on central China's Henan province during the war against Japan. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ag) wrote: Jack the Giant Slayer is a cgi delight that nearly matches the visuals and fantasy immersing effects of middle earth. The characters follow a pretty basic fairy tale background: Hero, Damsel in Distress, villain, his jerk sidekick and of course the supernatural; as you would expect, not much of a plot. One really can't help but marvel at the world created and some very impressive visual scenes. Aside from the cheesy romance and the obvious other film errors, this is a fun film and quite an adventure too.
(us) wrote: Bad acting but at least it still has an OK storyline, the reason I give it low rating is because of the stupid religious thing (I'm religious but this movie is stupid). The main character was hoping to God to help his football team to win a match or something like that, and guess what? The team won easily,just like that. Please whoever write and directed this, take note that God is not a Genie in a bottle. I used to loved this when i was little and growing up realizing that Facing the Giants is stupid!
(kr) wrote: Lust for Dracula Starring: Darian Cain, Misty Mundae, and Julian Wells Director: Tony Marsiglia Misty Mundae stars as Mina Harker. Darian Cain is featured as a female vampire named Dracula who likes to stand around naked and spout nonsense. There are also a pair of lesbian vampires who wander in and out of the film at random. Oh, and then there's Jonathan Harker, Mina's transsexual shemale husband. Plot? Storyline? This movie feels no need for such things! I suppose I should have known what I was getting into with a film starring two of the current Queens of Z-grade softcore porn and even worse horror flicks, but the plot on the back sounded interesting... and the promise of boobies is always alluring. But "Lust for Dracula" bears very little resemblence to what is described on the back, and the procedings are far too boring to even be remotely sexy.
(it) wrote: My Rating: 3/5 stars; Grade: B-; Gesture: Thumbs Sideways; Status: Passable (Fresh); Emoticon: :-I.
(jp) wrote: i think i have seen it, not sure...
(ag) wrote: Great flick. Long over 3hrs but still top story.
(es) wrote: You got to love the whole, "campus washer dryer, Dodge Charger, and Hoover vacuum. 2 Speeds!!!!!!!!!
(ag) wrote: Timeless in principle and disturbingly so in it's struggle: "This is the story of the duel between art and politics, of the beliefs of one man against the ambitions of another..." Can art be defended from those who would "use" it rather than living it?
(de) wrote: Cronenberg had a thing for adult film stars in his movies. Witness Marilyn Chambers. Maybe he thought they would take certain direction without complaint?
(nl) wrote: Extremely strange mid-sixties Twilight Zone-esque thriller, directed by John Frankenheimer after a string of masterpieces, including "The Train" and "The Manchurian Candidate", photographed with stark psychedelic black and white effect by James Wong Howe, who had been experimenting since the silent years.
(ca) wrote: Umberto D. directed by Vittorio De Sica. This film has kept me thinking about it long after watching it just like, Bicycle Thieves, Las Strada, Tokyo Story and Throne of Blood and many more beautiful films; for the grand story of the film. Struggle shown in by Umberto D. (Carlo Battisti) puts every factor of my senses to realize the realistic approach of the performance given by each character. The scene, when Maria (Maria Pia Cas.) wakes up and heads to kitchen, her dramatization of the scene, has got neo-realism-elements, during watering-away ants, and then looking into her cloths; and many other scenes. Umberto D. is work of crafty filmmaker like Vittorio De Sica.
(ca) wrote: Surprisingly clever, romantic & spooky ghost story. Worth a watch
(ca) wrote: This film WILDLY passed my expectations for this film. It's passing (while slow at times) keeps you interested and invested in the characters the entire movie: The performances were extraordinarily convincing. This movie keeps an eerie and suspenseful mood.
(us) wrote: 4/5. Very awesome movie from back when vampires were cool. Kate Beckinsale, Michael Sheen and Bill Nighy are all excellent.
(ru) wrote: Rarely do I see this type of energy outside of a film festival: People hollering, applauding and yelling out comments throughout the movie, staying for the credits and gathering in groups outside the theater after the movie ended. I felt so moved by the sense of community the movie brought. The screenings may have been a way to capitalize on an artist's death, but right now I'm choosing to feel the warmth instead.