Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest Man

Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest Man

The Z-Fighters must stop a mad scientist out to take over the world.

The evil Dr. Kochin uses the dragon balls to resurrect his mentor, Dr. Wheelo, in an effort to take over the world. Dr. Wheelo, his body having been destroyed by the avalanche that killed ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Segun B (es) wrote: OK so been through a lot in the past 12-14months so you probably shouldn't hold me to this review, yet at the same time if in my current state a movie can keep my attention and not bore me, then it has to be good! So here it is....This is one of the best movies I've seen in AGES!!! Hilariously funny, though at times disturbing, but hey it's in part a commentary on beautiful people trying to stay beautiful, and the uptight, supposedly cultured and rigid (and you know what I think of those) discovering their playful, who cares for form and structure side. So many scenes jump to mind don't know where to begin. It felt like a spoof of all those movies like Lambada of the 1990s even going as far back as the 1970s that paint the stereotypical images of Rio and Brazil in general as this sexy place with people who need NGOs to save them from the white man cutting down their rain forests or rescuing the street kids and so on. I'm sure it is true but Rio Sex Comedy really puts a great comedic twist on those images!! It is such a funny movie, I luv'd it and have to say I can't believe I'd not seen Rio Sex Comedy until the weekend before last!! What really struck me was the constant and seamless transitions between English, French and Brazilian-Portuguese, even if I only understood the English and French dialogues.

Matt F (jp) wrote: Stylistically it's sound, even pretty, right from it's AIP-esque opening credits. Then you begin to realize the pattern in that it's really just a collection of stunning set-pieces with a rather drab and telegraphed story in between.The plot holes (of which there are many) I believe are largely due to Malone's almost Stendhal Syndrome romance with imagery. It's so profound that indeed at times it seems he can concentrate on nothing else and reality gets lost in the fray. So if you are a student of the school of substance it's entirely likely that you won't find much of a challenge in Mr. Malone's curriculum. All in all Parasomnia is The Cell, only in the hands of a much less steady or sure director. If you can imagine such a thing.

Rod G (de) wrote: "Tropa de Elite" es una tensa pelcula del reconocido Jos Padilha que no duda ni censura al mostrar la parte cruda de las Favelas de Ro de Janeiro y el trfico de drogas y las tropas que los luchan sin reconocimiento de nadie.

Sean B (au) wrote: An awesome homage to the horror from the 70's.

Edwin R (es) wrote: Magical realism in its finest and purest form!

David T (it) wrote: John Hughes is now roasting in Hell, kicking himself for having sold his soul to the devil to make this miserable insult to people's intelligence. Happy holidays!

Simon D (fr) wrote: Pretty good film. A sad, funny, political tale against the backdrop of the end of communism in Czechoslovakia.

April W (nl) wrote: Uh, they should get a different cover for this....

Gunnar B (ca) wrote: Sovnet ikke denne gangen, men tror jeg fortsatt holder meg til soundtracket...

Johan A (ca) wrote: Lite udda Astaire & Rodgers-film. Fred Astaire och Randolph Scott r allt annat n vertygande som mycket verriga matroser, men filmen r kul, Irving Berlin-lterna r strlande och Fred & Ginger fr gott om plats fr mycket fina dansnummer.

Indu R (mx) wrote: Good sequel that is just as good as the prequel.

Gary W (gb) wrote: An unexpectedly fresh romantic indie dramedy.