Good Time Max
Two genius brothers grow up and grow apart as one becomes a successful surgeon and the other pursues a drug-fueled high life.
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William S (gb) wrote: don't know what to say about this one... but if I gave this film more than half a star, I'd be outta my mind...
Pablo A (ca) wrote: Good movie to watch it over and over again and never get bored
Hobie P (kr) wrote: Better than the original.
KJ P (au) wrote: Anime has been around for a very long time. Whether in the form of a television show or feature film, there have been many fantastic stories told in Japan. Ghost in the Shell is the type of film that has gained a lot of traction over the years, growing its core fanbase over time. Spawning a sequel and a television series, it was clear that there was much more to explore throughout this world. That being said, this is a very singular story, focussing on its protagonist and whether or not she really is a protagonist or not. In light of the live-action American remake, let's look back on the gloriously written and animated original anime, Ghost in the Shell.In the year 2029, a team of robotic human-like organisms are assembled to take down high-tech hackers. The premise of this film is quite simple, but it's the deep exploration into the past that lead to these events that really make this film worth watching. The way this film delves into the notion that these organisms may actually be human in one way or another is absolutely breathtaking to witness. Many people call this a perfect film, but I feel as though the excess of pounding these beliefs into viewers minds was a bit much. There quite a few sober moments including voiceovers that really go all out in trying to make your mind go crazy. I give it props for actually accomplishing that feat, but it's a little overwhelming to take in upon first viewing. Ghost in the Shell, like Blade Runner, took me a very long time to begin to love it. After giving it time, I enjoyed this film much more upon reflection.From the very first frame of this film, it was clear that the animation itself was what was going to constantly leap off the screen. Now, if you haven't seen this film, don't go in thinking that the clarity of the image will blow your mind, because it really is just the simplistic attention to detail that made this film as great as it was. The filmmakers truly knew what to showcase in certain moments, making for one visually stunning work of art. Sadly, the world itself was more interesting to me by the end of the film. The way everything came to be, the characters, visuals, and the overall concept is what made me love this movie. The story on the other hand was too complex, seeing as the core storyline was extremely simple.It may be hard to understand where I'm coming from in this regard, but bear with me here. Ghost in the Shell is a fantastic premise, bogged down by an excessive amount of side plots. Now, throughout the film, it does seem to be simplistic to most viewers, but the viewers who really take the time to think about the overall impact of the story are the ones who will get the most out of it in the end. Never once did I feel that anyone under the age of 21 could remotely enjoy this film, due to the fact that it's complicated nature of storytelling took away from the overall experience, at least in my opinion. Many people will probably disagree with me, but there was too much going on throughout this film for just a mere 80-minutes. I would have loved to see a two hour cut, fleshing out certain aspects even more.In the end, the original Ghost in the Shell is a fantastic film that would have been perfect with a longer run time. I found myself slightly bored in some areas, due to the fact that they were taking too much time to explore certain elements that would hardly have an impact on this particular film. As I said, if this was a two hour film, I would probably have called this a masterpiece, as it would have had time to explore certain things it had set up. All of that being said, I had a blast with Ghost in the Shell (1995) and I highly recommend this stunning, thought-provoking, and well thought out film to anyone who doesn't mind using their brain a lot when watching a film. Great anime.
Alex M (nl) wrote: Rourke seem so much of hard bad ass. Dafoe is great. The plot is well twisted for me to enjoy being trap from the many crosses of the script. Mastrantonio is delicious.
Bryan D (au) wrote: A direct sequel to Godzilla 1984, Biollante is one of the darker and more interesting of the Godzilla films. The enemy of Godzilla is a bio-engineered creature that was made using cells of Godzilla, making one of the most bizarre movie monsters I've ever seen. Overall, its pretty solid, but where the film gets hazy is the very end. I'm not really sure what happened, or which monster won or lost the fight. But until that point, I had a good time watching this ambitious Godzilla movie.
Hallvard J (de) wrote: Very enjoyable movie, not extremly known actres, but very well played in my opinion.
Camilo d (de) wrote: Es una bonita historia aunque con algunas falencias en el relato. La atmsfera y la fotografa calzan muy bien y le dan un buen entorno a la (y aqu pierdo toda la imparcialidad) perfecta Eva Green. Que Megan Fox, que Mila Kunis, que Scarlet......... mi top 1 naci en Paris y tiene acento ingls.