Shalini lives a wealthy lifestyle with her widowed dad, Mohan, and a younger brother, Bobby. Her dad has been entrusted by the Government of India to safeguard a list of the location of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Shalini lives a wealthy lifestyle with her widowed dad, Mohan, and a younger brother, Bobby. Her dad has been entrusted by the Government of India to safeguard a list of the location of ...
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David W (de) wrote: Mediocre but not remotely horrorable.
Alex r (br) wrote: Decent mockumentary on forgotten actor Pauly Shore where he spoofs himself, this is a pretty original film, and considering that Shore is so-so, this is actually a pretty original idea for a film. This film is imperfect and has many flaws, but I'm somehow found it enjoyable. If you're familiar with Pauly Shore, you'll know he's always had one trick up his sleeve, and people got fed up rather quickly with him. I enjoyed Son in Law and Encino Man, but the rest of his films were bad to mediocre, using the same tired out joke that made Shore popular. Pauly Shore fans will enjoy this film, and I'll admit, I liked the film, and I thought it was really original, but it fell short on its potential of what it could have been. The jokes are decent, and never anything good, however it did make me smile at how stupid this film was. You got to give Pauly Shore props, he was able to make fun of himself in quite the manner, and he was able to pull off something, better than most of his early films combined. This is worth seeing if you like his work. I liked two films of his, and basically gave up on the guy after In the Army Now and Bio Dome. This film manages to be funnier than his later films, and it's a pretty decent try at a mockumentary, even if it's nothing ever good. Pauly Shore fans should definitely check this film out and they're sure to love this as much as his other films, but for viewers who hate the Weasel, they may want to skip this one altogether.
Chris S (jp) wrote: First of all, it is really hard to describe this movie in any way. There's so much going on and so many characters to keep track of that it's hard to decide just where to start. For a foreign film that's labeled as being incredibly violent, it's really not all that bad. There's some blood, but it's pretty tame compared to some of the other films I've seen lately. It has its moments where blood will be splattered on the wall, but you won't be seeing any decapitations or people's guts spilling onto the floor. One of Shark Skin Man's strengths, that could also be viewed as one of its weaknesses, is its cast of characters. There are so many and each one seems to have his or her own personality and brings their own quirks and mannerisms to the table. There isn't one character that reminds you of another one in the film. They're all original and stand out on their own. Its weakness is that since there are so many characters that a lot of them get so little screen time. Samehada, Toshiko, her boss at the hotel(who is also apparently her uncle...ew), and Yamada all get plenty of screen time but some of the yakuza seem to kind of get on screen, do their thing, and then don't do much else the rest of the time. There are so many yakuza to keep track of and so few that you'll actually remember once the credits roll. Tanuki pretty much gets the most screen time out of all the yakuza. He's pretty much a bad ass with knives who likes to collect enamel poster ads. Mitsuru wears all white, is insane, has that awesome zippo he's always twirling around, and apparently has an amazing sense of smell and other tracking senses. Not a whole lot is revealed about Sawada. He says he keeps having visions where he talks to God and he used to be friends with Samehada. Inuzaka is a handicapped guy who's always carrying a bat. The beating he gives Samehada will be reverberating through your mind long after the film is over. The rest of them don't really do anything worth remembering or do something brief and wind up being killed off. Yamada is definitely the stand out character of the movie. He starts off being really annoying, but as he slowly reveals that he's more talented than he first lets on and winds up being a good portion of the movie's comedic relief...you wind up liking him the more he's on screen. The film also has quite a good soundtrack that fits the film incredibly well. It reminds me of the Trigun soundtrack, which was really just rock music with a lot of awesome guitar work. The way it was shot is also kind of interesting. Depending on your taste in movies, it'll either make you love it or hate it. The movie is based on a manga with the same name, so I guess the director was going for a more comic style with directing and shooting the film. It really shows. I'm one of the people who love it and think it suits the film really well. It also has Tarantino elements in it as it jumps around in time a bit and the dialogue seems very Tarantino influenced at times. Something I have to mention is that I think I'm convinced that any film Tadanobu Asano is involved with can do no wrong. He was amazing as Kakihara in Ichi the Killer and he fits the Samehada role incredibly well. He's officially made me a fan of his and I've gotten to the point where I'll see any film he's in. Shark Skin Man and Peach Hip Girl is a quirky crime/thriller/comedy that any Tarantino fan should give a chance. The film looks amazing as the colors are incredibly vivid and the scenery is just beautiful. The cast is what makes the film as each one brings something different to the film. It's really just an oddball kind of film you should see for yourself.
Conor B (ca) wrote: This documentary is made up completely of footage shot by NASA during the Apollo missions and narrated solely by the astronauts themselves. There is a wonderful tranquility and beauty to this documentary that is matched by very few. The first moon landing might have taken place over 30 years ago, but this film shows that the moon is just as magical today as it always has been.
Tuomo T (ru) wrote: Ihan ok kasarimenoa.
Bradley H (br) wrote: Overlooked 70's classic, starring three of filmdom's finest actors.
Michael N (ca) wrote: It's the longest hour and fourteen minutes I've ever experienced. If I had seen it when I was younger, it would have fucked me up as much as "Trilogy of Terror." Instead, that film works much better because it knows that it can't sustain any one story for more than 30 minutes. Meh.