Library Wars

Library Wars

Set in the year 2019 in Japan. In order to crack down on free expression, a new law is passed, which allows for the government to create an armed force to find and destroy objectionable printed material. Meanwhile, to oppose this oppressive crackdown, the Library Force is created. The Library force, including instructor Atsushi Dojo and Iku Kasahara, work to protect the libraries. A fierce battle then ensues between these two groups.

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Nilda V (jp) wrote: Juliet Binoche once again captivates her audience. Clive Owens in the cherry on top of this great movie. He's also an excellent actor .

Donna L (fr) wrote: It was really nice seeing Linda Purl again - I hadn't seen her in a long time. I really enjoyed this movie.[SPOILER]I think it's the first time I see Purl be the villain.

Shelley S (it) wrote: Nice Family movie but their were some sadness its a movie to watch

Hytham E (de) wrote: I recommend it for viewers who are extremely patient and are looking for something different.

Alex K (it) wrote: Roger Ebert Gave This Film A 1.5 Star Rating In His Review.

Melisa J (us) wrote: Watched 10 mins and turned off

Jarkko S (ag) wrote: Rillumarail movie-musikaali, jonka laulut ja svelmt toimivat yh. Elokuvan juoni ei ole ihmeellinen ja se on jopa hieman epkorrekti nykypivn, mutta tllainen musikaali toimiikin enemmn emotion, kuin lykkn juonen voimalla.

Clay B (nl) wrote: AFRICA SCREAMS! (1949)

Blake P (ag) wrote: Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, Sydney Greenstreet, and director John Huston return to capitalize on their success of the previous year's "The Maltese Falcon" with "Across the Pacific". OK, it's obvious from the start that this one won't be nearly as good, but hey, with Bogart in the lead and Huston as a director, there's no way this is gonna go wrong, especially when that duo made "The African Queen" together too! This one might not be as genius as "The Maltese Falcon", but none of the lines fall short and are witty and fun throughout the movie. You get some standard espionage fun, some steamy chemistry between Humphrey and Mary that might even be better than before, great one-liners from the loveable Greenstreet, and plenty of fun action scenes to top it all off. Even the supposed boat they film on seems kinda realistic. What's not to like? OK, fine, maybe the way they portray Asians is almost laughable, but Bogarts buddy "Should-a-Be" has got some humor--right? Oh well. "Across the Pacific" might not be a classic or even a great movie for that matter, but Bogie fans will simply eat it up.

Jeff S (it) wrote: Very good Western led by great Russell Crowe and Christian Bale performances

Scott C (it) wrote: Harmless nonsense. Tim Thomerson is fun to watch. Amazing to think Helen Hunt went on to such great heights years later.

Chris M (ca) wrote: Maggie Gyllenhaal is the reason to watch this. It's a slight story without any satisfying resolution, but she dominates the whole thing. Sherrybaby is a character who's easy to dislike and almost as easy to like, but Gyllenhaal protrays her wonderfully in a fearless performance that is sometimes pretty awkward to watch. The supporting cast are good too, but when it was over I felt a bit underwhelmed. It doesn't outstay its welcome but neither does it offer any conclusive send-off, which left me largely unmoved.

MG A (gb) wrote: TGIF Moviethon with the hub tonight. Finished watching this and wanna rate it 5-star! Great movie if u like to watch Action-Horror-Suspense-Thrilling movie all packed in one and also if u are World War fanatic!

Ryan H (ru) wrote: Not bad at all. I was skeptic on how it would turn out especially since the movie has been delayed multiple times. Interesting psychological thriller/horror elements in it. Very emotional parts aswell that were for the most part handled well. Jacob Tremblay does very good too. A star in the making. First "Room" and now this. Not as memorable performance though. The CGI was a bit off though but it didn't ruin it50/100