La bestia y la espada mágica
n the 16th Century, the lycanthrope Waldemar Daninsky goes from his native Europe to Japan, seeking a way to cure himself of being a werewolf. Only a Japanese sorcerer named Kian and a magic silver sword can save him.
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Claudia G (us) wrote: que pelcula tan pendeja
Julio S (es) wrote: There's some laughs...it's entertaining.???
Ryan K (de) wrote: I never expected the film to be so honest and true - Aniston gives a superb performance in an already wonderful film.
Trilby B (au) wrote: The director should be commended for his unflinching view of the systematic use of torture by the American military in Afghanistan, and his success in getting some startling revelations on camera from soldiers who have come to their senses after participating in this practice. This documentary is not successful from a film making standpoint, however. It is monotonous, repetitive, and aesthetically there's not much there. Cinematography uneven with some blurry shots and no artistic vision.
Dan H (au) wrote: Long and slower but it kept your interest
Stuart K (us) wrote: Directed by Danny DeVito, who is a master of directing black comedies like Throw Momma from the Train (1987), The War of the Roses (1989) and Death to Smoochy (2002). This one was written by Simpson's writer Larry Doyle (Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003)). It's a very unlikeable comedy, but that's the point of the film, but it's mean-spirited nature unfortunately does work against it. Young married couple Alex Rose (Ben Stiller) and Nancy Kendricks (Drew Barrymore) are looking for a perfect place to live, and they find an apartment in Brooklyn, however they find they'll be sharing the property with Mrs. Connelly (Mrs. Connelly), an elderly Irish lady who lives in a flat upstairs. Alex and Nancy don't think this'll be a problem, but once they move in, they find that she watches her TV at full volume at night and she has brass band recitals too, plus she puts on Alex to do little jobs, when Alex is trying to write a novel. Alex and Nancy eventually decide to try and kill Mrs. Connelly, but that proves to be near-impossible. If this had been made by Ealing in the 1950's, you would have had a masterpiece on your hands, but something is lost in this film, whether something got lost in translation between script and screen, something is off kilter. The tone of this one is all over the place, and DeVito can't get it right despite good intentions.
Minh M (es) wrote: Nice little movie, with a great soundtrack
Tim M (fr) wrote: Weirdest movie I've ever seen. Way weirder than Gozu. Some cool songs in the movie piqued my interest and they fit but damn.. dwarf fighting a chair and selling cats to a restaurant...strange.
Wayne C (ca) wrote: Fascinating & brilliant insight into the greatest boxers life,excellent
bill s (jp) wrote: What a horrible way to spend 68 minutes......even Danny Trejo had the good sense to split after 5 minutes.
Eric H (gb) wrote: The Lady in the Van is exactly as the title implies; an old woman living alone in a van. It may sound like a thin premise for a full length move, but, trust me, it isn't. Maggie Smith arrives in town and plants herself in front of a playwrights house, and, after problems with the local authorities, the van winds up in his driveway for many years. This is based on a true story and it is a compelling one about loneliness, isolation, expectations, and religion(Roman Catholic). Smith deserved the Academy Award for her noble and unmatched performance. Brie Larson was fine in "Room" but she is not on the same level as Maggie Smith. Mary Shepherd(Smith) is the woman with the van, and Alan Bennett is the writer Alex Jennings who allows Mary to live in his driveway and occasionally use his bathroom. He slowly unravels her life story, which include a stay at a convent in order to become a nun and a promising career as a concert pianist. Her tale is not a happy one, but Smith will hold your attention for the entire film. Do not miss The Lady in the Van, one of the ten best movies of 2015.