Gekijô-ban poketto monsutâ: Maboroshi no pokemon: Rugia bakutan
Ash Ketchum must gather the three spheres of fire, ice and lightning in order to restore balance to the Orange Islands.
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Ian C (mx) wrote: Bello in this average enough rape/revenge flick. Just scrapes three stars.
hawaiianmiami (ag) wrote: i luv dis comey show it is funny azz hell
Matt H (ag) wrote: I didn't really get attached to this guys voice it was annoying to me.
Lisa D (es) wrote: Where da poster at????
Eliel L (mx) wrote: A pesar de contar con una historia bsica dentro de la formula deportiva, la pelcula aprovecha los elementos del genero de las artes marciales hace que todo se vea impresionante.
Malia P (gb) wrote: i liked the story. the characters seemed a little flat. even when things were happening, the movie seemed to stay still. not slow, but just motionless, despite all the going-ons. i did like the end, where miyuki finally takes her (his?) trash to "yume no shima." i thought it was a grand way to purge herself.
Scott C (es) wrote: Decent script. Kevin Williamson was a good writer.
Colin G (ca) wrote: i always thought Snoop Dog legally changed his name to Snoop Dog, but apparently his name is Calvin. amazing.
Brian I (ca) wrote: A wonderful film. There is a tragic element to the relationship as it grows, but there is also a sweetness throughout that keeps you focused on the fact that love and falling in love is a wonderful thing regardless of circmstance.
Colin F (mx) wrote: One of Hammers most bizarre films, but very entertaining and unintionally funny. Basically a badly dressed vampire with extremely dodgy haircut puts a curse on a whole town for killing him. Years later a circus comes to town to exact revenge on the inhabitants, a vampire circus!Vampire Circus is one of Hammers later classics, it really is a bit of a journey with some dodgy acting and unbelievable dialogue, the guy playing the Doctors son could not act his way out of a paper bag. Hammers standards were starting to slip also by this time, for example there is a scene where a family get attacked by a panther in the woods, the panther is just a stuffed head on a stick attacking a camera it really is bonkers. With mad Dwarfs and Dodgy Vampires this one is probably a Hammer Classic for the wrong reasons, well worth a giggle.
Allan C (jp) wrote: "200 pounds of tooth, claw, and trouble." Enjoyable Disney nature film adds more narrative and more human characters than the earlier films and I think suffers for it. There is still narration about what Charlie is doing and what the various critters are thinking, but the story of the cougar being raised by humans and then being led out into the wild again is only modestly interesting. The film is mostly a series of comic episodes, but I'm not sure the human narrative was really all that necessary. I did enjoy the Pacific Northwest setting, since that's where I live, and I did have a moment of childhood deja-vu during a scene where a farmer squirts milk from a cow's udder into the mouths of some waiting cats. For some reason, that scene made an impression on my as a child. Fun, but not quite a Disney classic.
Necole C (mx) wrote: Prison Break is the best need a season 5
Caleb C (fr) wrote: Incredible visual effects and a plethora of mega stars work well together. Unfortunately the screen play does not compare to the novel and falls shorts of moving the plot forward in a smooth connected form. The family chemistry is seen but to no extent other than showing how fighting is truly what reminded them of each other. Overall visually pleasing to watch but not to comprehend.