Kimball Kinnison, a young man from the agricultural planet Mquie and his Valerian companinon, Buscirk find a dying man with a legendary crystal lens embedded in his hand. As the man was dying, he mysteriously passed on the Lens to Kim. With more companions to come by, Kim must find out the purpose of the Lens before the Boskone dynasty does.
- Stars:Kerrigan Mahan, Michael McConnohie, Edie Mirman, Steve Kramer, Gregory Snegoff, Tom Wyner, Mike Reynolds, Michael Forest, Alexandra Kenworthy, Dave Mallow, Robert Axelrod, Doug Stone, Milton James, Yôko Asagami, Toshio Furukawa,
- Director:Kazuyuki Hirokawa, Yoshiaki Kawajiri,
- Writer:Edward E. Smith (novels), Sôji Yoshikawa
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Lensman torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Haven't seen it. I just want to lower the user score even more. I imagine this sucks.
(jp) wrote: No frills doc says more with less. Don't quit your day job (but DO follow your dream if you're insane enough to choose this profession).
(ca) wrote: i didnt see the whole thing but the part i saw was...... interesting
(kr) wrote: Even thought it has the most unbelievable plot, its still good and has some suspense and great action sequences. I think the real reason why this movie works is because the villains are so grand, and JCVD is not a superhero. He's a detective with some fighting skills, but that won't be enough to save him from a prison full of nasties. The Sandman is a memorable villain and final fight, for one of the better JCVD movies.
(ag) wrote: The movie lives up to its name. This is a Bold and Beautiful message of self-realization. The story is kinda off-beat and both Piyush Mishra as well as Ranbir Kapoor did a wonderful job. And, if you follow the story from an artist's perspective you could definately make sense of it. ****Spoiler Alert****The protagonist constantly wants to escape the mundane life, and even the director shows this in climax where Ranbir is shown trying to be his true self at School, at University and later at Work. However, he had to hear it from someone who has seen his true self and knows him to be motivated enough to take such a bold decision (Deepika in this case). Even though he still struggles for some time with two personalities, until his story teller calls him a coward and tells him to write is story on his own. I think it is a wonderful story of self realization. Not the best, but, this is indeed a difficult story to tell. I would rate it 3/5
(ru) wrote: Would've been better if the focus was more on Rebel Wilson's character, but nonetheless a few strong comedic moments amongst the otherwise wholesome mess
(mx) wrote: Looks like a disgusting, badly acted film that I don't believe I will be watching anytime soon.