The story of the battle of Iwo Jima between the United States and Imperial Japan during World War II, as told from the perspective of the Japanese who fought it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Letters from Iwo Jima
The story of the battle of Iwo Jima between the United States and Imperial Japan during World War II, as told from the perspective of the Japanese who fought it.
- Stars:Brendan Fraser, Sienna Guillory, Eliza Bennett, Richard Strange, Ken Watanabe, Kazunari Ninomiya, Tsuyoshi Ihara, Ryô Kase, Shidô Nakamura, Hiroshi Watanabe, Takumi Bando, Yuki Matsuzaki, Takashi Yamaguchi, Eijiro Ozaki, Nae, Nobumasa Sakagami, Lucas Elliot Eberl, Sonny Saito, Steve Santa Sekiyoshi,
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David G (us) wrote: There is a subtle difference between slow and gentle. Museum Hours falls into the latter category, but many will disagree. A woman visits her distant cousin in a Vienna Austria hospital; in her spare time, she visits a local museum and starts a friendship with one of the security guards. Both are late in life, lonely, without many attachments. He shows her the city & countryside, educates her on the art works and she provides him companionship. That's it - quiet, subtle, unimpressing, but still engaging. In Hollywood hands, they would be young to start with and must fall in love. This feels more like real life. Director Jem Cohen does a confident job - the leads (Mary Margaret O'Hara and Bobby Sommer) appear to be real people. Though many will disagree with me, I enjoyed the leisurely pace to the film and look forward to the day I visit Vienna and one of her many museums too.
brendan s (jp) wrote: Pelotero es muy bueno. La pelicula es interesante porque es gracioso y seria. Las peloteros son fenomenales.
(us) wrote: Periptosi komatwdous astheni poy ekdikeitai me out-of-body metafores tou se syndiasmo me i-know-what-you-did-last-night.Exei thn agonia tou kai thn "kokkini atmosfaira" alla mexri ekei.
Jonathan B (fr) wrote: An unusual thriller. In Momento, a man, Leonard, suffering from a condition where he cannot retain short-term memories, tries to piece together what has happened to him by using Polaroid photographs and notes made on scraps of paper. He also has really important information tattooed onto his body. This disjointed story unfolds in a unique manner in that the the plot is played out in reverse snapshots so that the viewer finds out what has happened in overlapping, backward segments linked by a one-sided phone conversation between Leonard and an unseen caller. Guy Pearce takes on the the role of Leonard and is brilliant in the role. The unusual format of the plot enhances the disorientating condition Leonard suffers from and makes watching the movie an engaging and challenging puzzle to be solved. Christopher Nolan weaves plenty of red herrings and surprise revelations into the plot as Leonard unravels the complex web of events the have lead him to kill a man. Memento is an intelligent, clever and unique movie that is terrific fun to watch and keeps the viewer guessing until the very end.
Dave J (us) wrote: Wednesday, June 15, 2011 (1992) Damage MATURE DRAMA Well made film with adult themes, I-don't-care plot made like reading a short story from a book which states the obvious despite great performances from the leads sets up mostly throughout when a father (Jeremy Irons)has an unethical or immoral affair with his son's forysthe or wife since he's unhappy with whatever he was getting from his wife leading to unfortunate (but obvious) circumstances! Simplistic formulaic film made into a long film! If their is any lesson here, and that is 'don't do what the Jeremy Irons characters done'! 2 out of 4
Henrik P (ru) wrote: best action movie ever.
Jeremy N (mx) wrote: A fairly routine giallo about the wife of a businessman who is being blackmailed by a mysterious stranger. Morricone's lush music score is a big plus point.
Paul D (kr) wrote: Certainly low-budget but does just about hold its own as a crime movie. The actual 'horror' is low.