Gamera 2: Attack of the Legion
A strange meteor lands in Japan unleashing hundreds of insect-like "legion" creatures which find their way into Tokyo. When the military fails to control the situation, Gamera shows up to deal with the ever-evolving space adversary.
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Pamela P (br) wrote: A MUST-SEE MOVIE for all who are TRUTH seekers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ollie W (kr) wrote: I saw this film this summer (2015) - for some reason Christmas films were playing in the summer.I didn't really have any expectations and by the end of it I thought it was a really good film. It is in my opinion, one of the best Christmas films. It is definitely worth a watch as a family.
Kayla K (gb) wrote: 1/2/2009 movie 2 of a 24 hour movie marathonIt took me a while to get into it's stylized nature, but when I did (!)...LOVED it.The coffin obsessed kiddo was too cute for words.
Michael B (it) wrote: Excellent movie, could happen anwhere uneducated religious brainwashing happens.
Brian P (nl) wrote: Waste of TIME!! Very Weak movie, DO NOT WATCH, if you do end up watching it, side effects may include: Suicide, murder ramapages, road ramapage, any kinds of ways of harming yourself, and many others...
Neil R (us) wrote: Overrated and overwrought with a supposedly clever plot which actually lacks any significant twists (especially if you've seen 'The Departed'). Several loose ends left unaddressed. One good scene in a hifi shop and another reasonable one in a shrink's office. A bit of shooting near the end. Meh.
lachlan k (ru) wrote: Sometimes, unfairly seen as just aardman's warm up for the plasticene duo's feature length outing great though it is and overlooked by pixar's victory lap during the early 2000's chicken run is still a landmark in British film and animation. Nick park and peter lord have lost none of their skill in the transition to features with some brilliant jibes at society ("land of the brave and home of the free" "Scotland!" "No America") and the great escape parody. But it's also surprisingly compelling for a film about chickens while Park does what made the duo so popular, keeping it british. Aardman work a great deal longer for so much less reward than pixar which sometimes makes them feel like the underdogs of animation. But mabey that's whats so likable about them. Their very much like their characters, little guys in a big scary world that get their in the end with a lot of work and a lot of brains. Mary that's why we root for them in the same way.
Miguel R (it) wrote: A suspenseful and intriguing thriller, Following is only the beginning of Christopher Nolan's long list of visionary masterpieces
Paul C (de) wrote: Not one of the Duke's greatest efforts - a laboured survival story if i've ever seen one!
Nikolaos S (kr) wrote: My favourite movie from a director that is considered the cornerstone of French cinema.simple yet powerful story plus simone Simon is a beauty
Andrew C (it) wrote: Let me start off by saying that I try to watch one new movie or tv series a day with my prime requisite that it be something both entertaining and unique to me. That being said "Let Us Pray" overall was nothing I hadn't seen before however it kept me engaged till the end because of the powerful presence of Liam Cunningham who like most people out there is a fan favorite from GOT. Also as noted by most critics the atmosphere and cinematography were also the stars of this film. As someone who has lived in the UK and Europe I can appreciate a small town or village overseas more so then in America especially being from LA. It is just like food tastes better when it is free, films always seem more sophisticated to me when they are from across the pond. So if this had taken place in a small Oregon town maybe it would have only received 2.5 stars or less from me. Someone who is much younger than me and hasn't seen as many horror films may really enjoy this film. What I didn't care for was the lack of spirituality of the film and instead rote Old Testament bible thumping. To compare an adulterer to a child molester etc to me was low hanging fruit. I would have preferred more gray area not just black and white, good and evil, right and wrong. I know that the mystery man gave one of the sinners a chance for forgiveness but just because he was young does not mean he can't be just or more evil then the old characters. The tone of the ending made me think this was originally a graphic novel and certain people were quasi super heroes. I did like the back stories as they all made me want to know even more about these characters. What comes to mind about the stranger is a bit like Bruce Willis in "Unbreakable" in fact I would call this film a cross between the former and "Assault on Precinct 13" a John Carpenter film. I never got bored during this film and I was watching it till midnight during the week ( I typically fall asleep when watching tv at home around 10PM) and it is quarter to 1 am as I write this review so obviously it still has me juiced up.