Galaxy Express 999: The Signature Edition

Galaxy Express 999: The Signature Edition

The adventures of a brave young boy who travels from planet to planet in a determined quest to avenge his mother's death.

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Galaxy Express 999: The Signature Edition torrent reviews

Allison H (mx) wrote: It takes a lot to offend me, but making a joke out of ODing? This movie was already terrible (considering Kirsten Dunst can't act) but that sealed the deal.

Margaux W (es) wrote: Started out with promise, ended in Zzzzzzz...

Keegan G (kr) wrote: Man on Wire is a truly electrifying bio-documentary, directed by James Marsh, that brings the audience to such a state, it felt like a part of us was actually up there with Phililppe. A very beautiful, well-directed story. Great use of archival footage and images; creates a sense of realism.

Matt M (jp) wrote: Whoever wrote this movie, sure knew the UP. "All the camp decks are euchre decks! There aint a 2, 3, or 4 within 20 miles!"

Drew S (fr) wrote: As a writer, I have always found Kiyoshi Kurosawa to lack focus. As a director, he is nothing short of brilliant. Here I'm starting to pick up, absorb and understand many of his visual choices, such as his constant filming of his actors in long shot. This is a quiet way of informing the audience that, despite their importance in the narrative at large, they are trivialized by the forces around them - in Pulse, the overwhelming crush of isolation and technological despair; here, the fulfillment of a depressing utilitarian philosophy, represented both through Koji Yakusho's failed policeman and Charisma, the tree that's poisoning all the other trees. Yakusho is small, just as society would have him belief, and it's none of their concern whether he lives or dies. Everything is meant to die someday.Or at least, that's what I distilled from the film. There are a lot of things going on in Charisma, many of which dead-end without any attempt at resolution or explanation. The sanitarium director's wife, the professor and her sister with the weird coat, and the mysterious militia with an unexplained need to cut down Charisma all fall by the wayside by the end of the film. I could make suppositions as to their purposes, but next to the overall theme of the film they feel unimportant and wasted. It's an uncomfortably familiar sensation in Kurosawa's films, almost all of which feel overstuffed and oddly thin at the same time (Pulse evades this, and Seance to a lesser extent).

Sally Z (mx) wrote: I really wanted to see this movie when it came out, but I think that was mainly because I liked the L7 song.

Frederick v (fr) wrote: Sujeito miniaturizado e viaja dentro do corpo humano.

Mightyman A (ag) wrote: Fantastic movie has got better with time. Possibly one of Stallone's best movies.

Bart S (ca) wrote: This movie is extremely entertaining and based on a great Chester Himes novel. During the Eighties this movie seemed to be on the channel 11 (PIX! PIX! PIX!) 8 o'clock Movie every six months. I miss those days.

Greg W (ru) wrote: Tale of two men in seething 16th-century Japan has a color and panorama which makes this absorbing film fare.