For more than 50 years, Gojira, Mosura, Kingu Ghidorâ and other monsters at Tôhô Kabushiki Kaisha have been created with traditional, handmade special-effects techniques. Through interviews... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bringing Godzilla Down to Size: The Art of Japanese Special Effects
For more than 50 years, Gojira, Mosura, Kingu Ghidorâ and other monsters at Tôhô Kabushiki Kaisha have been created with traditional, handmade special-effects techniques. Through interviews...
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Jon E (fr) wrote: Okay..if a little tedious in places with a non delivery at the end :-(
Andrew S (de) wrote: Good dancing will not save this movies bland plot and bad acting!
Ana B (de) wrote: Melodrama with touches of detective novel and road movie, it tells us the story of Cheyenne, a 50 year old goth that used to be the leader of a rock band but that has fallen into disgrace after two fans took their own lives after listening to his songs. Days go by slowly in a tedious routine with his wife in his huge half empty mansion in Ireland until he learns that his estranged father has died in USA. Travelling over there he finds out that his father was in a Nazi camp during the II World War and that the official in charge of it is still around living somewhere in rural America. For some reason Cheyenne decides to look for this Nazi criminal; he then starts this journey through the roads of the heartland of US.The movie required a strong lead character and Sean Penn certainly fits the bill though I feel he over acts. Or maybe is that some of the features of Cheyenne are a little cartoon like, the big hair, the little voice, the clickety-clack luggage, the excessively shy personality... It would have had more impact if the main character was a regular Joe trying to pay the mortgage. Cheyenne gives a touch of comedy to a dramatic story of self discovery, but it could have totally worked without it. It didn't need the comedy at all, it detracts from the solid and meaningful plot. Plus there are too many issues for Cheyenne apart of the broken relationship with his father, issues that are left unanswered: his guilt over the death of the two youngsters, his shyness, his lack of children, his very particular relationship with his health obsessed wife... In return there are cool scenes embedded of philosophical meaning which I really appreciate.
Jeff A (gb) wrote: I thought this to be a quirky neat movie - ellen page is brilliant in it.
Roger M (de) wrote: Cool film. Steven Kaplan is an excellent nerdy boy. I really felt bad for him. William H. Macy does no wrong in my mind. He was great as the luckless dad who wants to help his kid. Jennifer Tilly's cameo is priceless. Don't miss this little indie comedy.
Kevin K (ag) wrote: this documentary is absolutely amazing
vamp I R e (us) wrote: action, action, action.....my favorite part is when berenger shoots another sniper and the bullet goes through the other snipers scope and through his eye. LOVE IT.
Andrew L (au) wrote: I really enjoyed Hrebejk's vision in delivering this well made Oscar nomination feature. It has so much human feelings that makes the story to be character driven. Polivka, Siskova, Kassai and Dusek all delivered believeable characters. I love this screenplay by Hrebejk and Jarchovsky. Never a dull moment just lots of emotions and survival during the second world war.
Michael P (jp) wrote: Fun to watch and I will never laugh when a computer/robot asks if "I want to play."
jaio b (br) wrote: Welcome. Time to catch up (as far back as my Netflix can remember).
Sandy R (mx) wrote: A total unique film that works on many levels. A significant amount of content in the film is disturbing and might not suit everyone's taste but there's no doubt Bad Boy Bubby is a powerful, funny and thought provoking film. Nicholas Hope is incredible as is the whole film which includes some wonderful individual shots and brilliant direction. Even the songs are catchy. This is one of those films where you feel guilty for laughing because everything is so wrong, but laugh I did. Bad taste never felt so good.