Mardock Scramble: The Second Combustion
Second film of the Mardock Scramble series. Balot and a severely injured Oeufcoque seem to be at the mercy of an obsessed Boiled. Dr. Easter comes to the rescue and the group escapes to "Paradise" where many secrets of Mardock lie and where Balot will need to come to a decision herself about what she will and can do.
Second film of the Mardock Scramble series. Balot and a severely injured Oeufcoque seem to be at the mercy of an obsessed Boiled. Dr. Easter comes to the rescue and the group escapes to "Paradise" where many secrets of Mardock lie and where Balot will need to come to a decision herself about what she will and can do. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Mardock Scramble: The Second Combustion torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: One of the better movies I have seen lately. Just blew me away.
(kr) wrote: Enigmatic film about a man in rural Quebec living with his daughter who he has tried to shield from the outside world. Similar in theme to DOGTOOTH but more rooted in reality, paints a portrait of an ordinary man futilely trying to protect his child. Quiet and thoughtful, a bit aimless, but carries the melancholy weight of a parent's fear for their children in a dangerous world.
(gb) wrote: Pretty poor, one decent scene.
(es) wrote: It's woefully disappointing, especially for longtime fans of such a remarkably creative powerhouse as 'Kast. It is wrought, however, with a new degree of flavorful eccentricity and a fun, bizarre delivery, which is precisely the sort of thing we've come to expect from Antwan and Andre, so not all is lost.
(ru) wrote: (from The Watermark 10/13/95) HOW TO MAKE AN AMERICAN QUILT (Winona Ryder, Ellen Burstyn, Ann Bancroft): Ryder is engaged to be married and she's getting cold feet. She decides to spend a summer with her grandmother (Burstyn) and her great-aunt (Bancroft) to finish her master?s thesis and contemplate her future. But Grandma thinks things are definite, and has gotten her quilting club together to make Ryder's wedding quilt. As the pieces of fabric take shape, the women talk of their loves past and loves lost. Will Ryder be able to find any positive aspects in the institution of marriage after these old gals tell their depressing tales in flashback? I recommend finding out for yourself. The third act of the film marvelously brings all the short stories, Ryder, and her quilt toward a touching resolution. This is a worthwhile one-hankie chick flick. Queer Quotient: OK, OK, they?re all breeders, but don?t hold that against them. It actually reaffirms the bonds of women to each other. I still think most lesbigays will like it.
(es) wrote: Gets kind of stale with its repetitive beats, but still a fun family comedy full of classic Murray greatness.
(nl) wrote: Trash horror with ideas above its station. All in all, it's a bit of a mess - unevenly paced and poorly acted, but credit due for imaginatively gooey prosthetics (eventually).
(ag) wrote: Another underrated gem from the 80s.
(au) wrote: Deftly made but meandering.
(de) wrote: I giggled here and there. It was ok. I was surprised to see Scott Wilson (Hershel from The Walking Dead) in a small role.
(ag) wrote: Stephen King's novel is slimmed down and diluted to make it more watchable, and is more sci-fi than thriller or horror.
(it) wrote: Very funny, love John Cleese.
(it) wrote: You have to think the sincerity of those swingin' London psychedelic hipsters is charming to get this at all...or you can just laugh at how cheesy they seem in their innocence. Worth it for the soundtrack and the gorgeous Jane Birkin. The film probably seems dumb if you're not a huge fan of the Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour.
(nl) wrote: At a time when we needed a distraction from the real world, this movie filled the bill nicely...