Shipwreck survivors are found on Beiru, an island previously used for atomic tests. Amazingly free of radiation effects, they believe they were protected by a special juice given to them by the natives. A joint expedition of Rolithican and Japanese scientists explores Beiru and discovers many curious things, including two women only a foot high. They are taken from the island, which only awakens the giant moth that wreaks havoc on Japan.
- Stars:Frankie Sakai, Hiroshi Koizumi, Kyôko Kagawa, Ken Uehara, Emi Itô, Yûmi Itô, Jerry Ito, Takashi Shimura, Tetsu Nakamura, Akihiro Tayama, Obel Wyatt, Akihiko Hirata, Seizaburô Kawazu, Yoshifumi Tajima, Robert Dunham,
- Director:Ishirô Honda,
- Writer:Shin'ichi Sekizawa (screenplay), Shin'ichirô Nakamura (novel), Takehiko Fukunaga (novel), Yoshie Hotta (novel)
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Mothra torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Very boring, with a weak argument and absolutely predictable narrative, Hercules is a waste of money and this movie doesn't bring anything new to us. Dialogue similar to another movies of this genre wich only turn the movie more tiring and repetitive.
(it) wrote: Unbelievable! This movie has a Hindi film song ('Dil se') in its opening credits
(kr) wrote: Quite possibly the worst cartoon movie I've ever seen. No review needed. It just stinks.
(kr) wrote: This gentle, unhurried, and richly observed character piece remains surprisingly true to itself and doesn't resort to sentimentality.
(es) wrote: its one of those movies i like to watch over and over again, all the while realizing that its brutal! however, Miguel is hilarious.
(ag) wrote: Could there be a worse tribute to JD?
(es) wrote: As others have mentioned...a movie that allows pimps to speak for themselves....and they do themseleves proud. Not worth wasting five minutes to preview.
(gb) wrote: One of the best female revenge movies I've seen, you go girl.
(fr) wrote: Three Days of the Condor is exhilarating and suspenseful, and Robert Redford is up for the challenge, but the story is unbelievable and a bookworm would never be able to hide from the CIA like that.
(kr) wrote: a entertaining film noir movie from 1948
(kr) wrote: Only purchased for Rhona Mitra - the film itself is horrible.
(ca) wrote: What a wasted idea. Meet Dave squanders it's unique and opportune premise on third rate jokes, painful acting, and an on and off story.
(kr) wrote: This movie is a big mess mess complete with a confusing thin plot, bad guys who can't shoot to save their lives, average action scenes and Reynolds and Eastwood bickering a lot. Skip this if u ever get the chance to. 2.5/10
(ca) wrote: *** May Contain Spoilers***I have to say, I'm surprised at such a low rating for this movie. That being said, I waited until it was on STARZ to watch it. I would also like to say that I had never read the Jane Austen book, nor watched any film adaptation of her book prior to seeing this movie. So, I went into this movie with no preconceived notions about what I thought it should be. I saw it for what it was, and nothing more. I also didn't expect much going into it.All that being said, I absolutely LOVE this movie! This movie had everything for someone that doesn't really take to romance stories. It had zombies. It had action. It had comedy. It had cringe worthy mortification. It had angst. It had romance. It had a bit of everything, that surprisingly worked well to bring a cohesive picture together and make an enjoyable fun movie for a Friday night with a bowl of popcorn.How do I even begin to say what I loved about this movie? I loved the interaction between Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy. I found their story more enjoyable to watch then even the zombie action. The interaction between these two actors was amazing. They had this incredible chemistry together on screen that I have rarely seen Lily James have with another co-star (Cinderella, anyone?). Sam Riley's portrayal of the silent, brooding Mr. Darcy was great. I'll hold any other actor to claim that role to his standard for the rest of my life. Their interactions made me laugh. I found them one of the most enjoyable aspects of the movie. The first time Mr. Darcy proposed to Elizabeth, I was floored. I had no idea it was coming. Indeed, I had no idea that he had any feelings for her aside from contempt. And when she attacked him, I cracked up. It was perfect. Yet, after watching the movie a second time, I saw the subtle signs that said he was infatuated with her, that were easy to miss if you had no prior knowledge of the source material, such as the scene when he's in the garden at night hacking away at the hedges with his katana, because he's hopelessly in love with her, and she continues to confound him.I also love the zombie aspect of the movie. Every absurdity in their society, every absurdity in their interactions, is all overshadowed by the never ending cloud hanging over their heads that at any moment zombies could attack and ruin everything. It lends the whole story a sense of urgency that otherwise would just make some of the silliness in their interactions contrite.After watching this movie, I became curious as to its source material, so I read the actual book and watched a six-hour film adaptation of it done in the mid 90's. By comparison, I still prefer this version of the story. Why? Because the writer while keeping true to the story, and actually using many of the lines from the book written by Jane Austin for the dialogue of the movie, cut out all of the long flowery speeches that made the original dull, and often times ridiculous. How many pleasantries can you say before you get to the point of what you are saying? This movie cuts out all of the excess, unnecessary dialogue and just sticks to the point, drives the point home, and moves on to the next piece of the story. Simple storytelling. I like that.I would love to see a Director's Cut of this movie, that includes some of the aspects from the book that were rushed out of it, such as when Elizabeth is introduced to Mr. Darcy's sister, and the "feud" between Miss Bingley and Elizabeth for Mr. Darcy's attention. I think some of that added into this movie could lend it a bit more enjoyability, tell more of the story, and still keep the zombie action moving.If you can put aside any predisposed prejudices you have for the original source material, and just accept this movie for what it is, and not what you think it should be, then you will enjoy it immensely. If not, then you will hate it. This is not Pride and Prejudice. This is Pride and Prejudice and ZOMBIES.