A stranger rides into town and says he is looking for a local Indian. Told he left town, the truth everyone has been hiding comes out including the stranger's true identity. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A stranger rides into town and says he is looking for a local Indian. Told he left town, the truth everyone has been hiding comes out including the stranger's true identity.
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Aaron C (nl) wrote: Woah, woah, woah. Takashi Miike you have blown me away. Gyakuten Saiban is a testament to what all adapted screenplays should be, not just for video games. In the US it seems that video game films have a bit of a stigma associated with them and it's well deserved. They're all terrible. There's no respect for the source material. Takashi Miike has so much respect, almost reverence, for Phoenix Wright it's astounding. From the very first scene up till the last credit rolls it's completely and wholly Phoenix Wright. The hair, the courtroom, the crazy objections, the out of this world personalities. It couldn't have been done without Miike, either. His direction was great enough to hone Wright's world and fine-tune it into a 2 hour movie. To non-turnabout fans, things may move rather quickly and seem disjointed. This is in the interest of brevity. All the juicy essentials are intact. OBJECTION!
Noon Y (it) wrote: I thought the movie was great as a authentic movie covering the life of black people and how we love and live and being empowered
Linda B (jp) wrote: A GOOD horror & suspense movie. Try it.
Calvin R (it) wrote: 31 has its moments , but it is pretty cliche. This film is like devil rejects meet hunger games. The performance was ok, the gore was well done, but it was very predictable. Decent Rob zombie film.
Mad M (kr) wrote: Decent, but it lacks depth.
Matt H (us) wrote: On tv late at night and was bored so watched it and it was dumb.
Ben B (kr) wrote: The only Dogme95 film I've seen, and it made me want to see more. The rawness of the film as a whole gives it an intimate quality. The story at times seems to lack focus a little, but generally the film's concept and story hold together very well. Definitely an interesting use of Shakespeare's King Lear throughout, although the success of its use varies. Interesting cinema that pushes boundaries and preconceptions, which is very admirable.
Michele L (nl) wrote: Strange, not that great but good music and brad Pitt in his underwear a few times
Austin B (ru) wrote: Better than The Original in my opinion
Tom D (us) wrote: Great music. Shits on quadrophenia.
David W (kr) wrote: Interesting for the fact that it's the first film that Chaplin's dressed as a tramp, but other than that there's not much to it.
Golia K (kr) wrote: "- I, I thought of that old joke, y'know, the, this... this guy goes to a psychiatrist and says, "Doc, uh, my brother's crazy; he thinks he's a chicken." And, uh, the doctor says, "Well, why don't you turn him in?" The guy says, "I would, but I need the eggs." Well, I guess that's pretty much now how I feel about relationships; y'know, they're totally irrational, and crazy, and absurd, and... but, uh, I guess we keep goin' through it because, uh, most of us... need the eggs"
Shoubhik C (ca) wrote: The Godzilla looked like a overgrown T-REX , but everything else like dialogues and performances from actors were good.
Nathan H (gb) wrote: better than forest gump
Kyle M (mx) wrote: Silly and occasionally poor, it's still a good sequel that was in the position of expanding the mythology of the original while proving genuine thrills, minimal amount of warmth, and moments of unintended humor trying to fit in. (B)(Full review coming soon)
Craig M (au) wrote: I still love Diane Ladd and Grace Zabriskie in this, but the rest sort of fell flat for me on revisiting this one.Continues tropes of road trips across America, fire, Oz...but just never gels.Also, -1 star for male gaze/ fetishizing of Laura Dern.