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Gekido no showashi: Okinawa kessen torrent reviews
Leon B (it) wrote: The best thing I can say about Inkubus is that you think it's going to be good but it doesn't. The movie tries to be good, but you can't get over how ridiculous the plot as the movie goes on. It's like it wants to stay alive but it can't hold on any longer, just like the movie characters.
Kristina K (kr) wrote: Not very interesting nor very capturing. Dull story and fake lines...
Dr F P (br) wrote: I know a lot of people are praising the animation here but personally i found the style grated on my eyes. Perhaps not the characters themselves, but i found the backgrounds terrible looking, it seemed grainy and dull, this is most probably on purpose but individually i found it difficult to appreciate. I'm not bashing the ACTUAL animation at all, i know it takes a lot of hard work to create one. Other than that i really enjoyed the story of the three different Batwomen, it definitely kept me guessing.
Jim T (es) wrote: The one with the Basilisk. I'm not a fan of the first 2 Potter films. As you'd expect from the age of the main character it's very childish and silly in places, but more than it needed to be in my opinion.
Daniel S (ca) wrote: Great songs and a different but interesting plot make this a classic.
Kyle B (de) wrote: An extremely delightful documentary on fascinating women that I wish I was friends with. It is hilarious, heart breaking, and really enjoyable all at the same time with a few moments that left my mind wondering but overall kept me hooked. I loved the intimacy the Maysles have with these women letting them talk to them and acknowledge that they are there that most documentarians wouldn't let you do. It added a layer of intimacy with us in the audience as well. This is a movie that I will quote all time now and I am dying to get others to watch
Daniel B (ca) wrote: Synopsis: A Bava Horror Flick in which while visiting an ancestor's Castle in Germany, Peter Kleist invokes the curse a witch cast on the Evil Baron Otto Von Kleist, causing the baron to rise from the dead to experience the agony of the wounds that killed him. Terror ensues... PROS Cinematography Strong Cohesive Direction Lighting & Use of Color Joseph Cotten CONS The Music Dated Special FX FINAL ANALYSIS Mario Bava is known for his use of color and composition. And that is in display here, some really great use of each. This movie made me think of the classic EC comics stories and also the atmosphere exuded. The acting was passable. This was a fun way to spend an hour and a half. A solid piece of gothic horror. A GOOD MOVIE.
Kevin N (mx) wrote: A powerfully tragic Prvert/Carn/Gabin collaboration that dares to suggest a France lost in the fog. This film does a few things in a few different directions, but perhaps its most interesting aspect is the further development of Jean Gabin as a kind of peoples' hero, a persona that worked its magic both on and off screen and made him the kind of man all woman wanted and the kind of guy all men wanted to have a beer with. He is a very human character lost in the shrouds of a post-war world which will not accept him- though the feeling is mutual. Gorgeous grey mise-en-scne peppers each reel and would be reexamined by film noir specialists decades later as a precursor for the style, if not a starting point. What it does for the film is that it makes everything a dream and sucks the actuality out of every location. The violent realism that occurs between the characters is again and again swallowed by encircling shadows until the finale becomes inevitable. This was the kind of dark story Carn was known for, and this is one of his most well-known and poignant examples of it.
Emma W (jp) wrote: A-Mazing, great version of Hamlet, watch it with the captions on though, so as not to miss anything. Must watch it again i think i missed some of the conversations.
Ben T (mx) wrote: Entertaining to a fault but not very memorable. C+