Falis is badly wounded during a daring escape. With Kaito and the royal army in hot pursuit, the unlikely band of allies strikes out for the border - until Dominikov's fireside revelations reveal the powerful force drawing evil to Forland.
- Stars:Bob Carter, Leah Clark, Colleen Clinkenbeard, Daniel Drumm, R. Bruce Elliott, Cris George, Caitlin Glass, Todd Haberkorn, Chuck Huber, Jeremy Inman, Takkô Ishimori, Grant James, Brittney Karbowski, Ami Koshimizu, Vic Mignogna,
- Director:Shinya Kawamo, Tomoyuki Kurokawa, Tomoaki Ohta,
- Writer:Sekihiko Inui (manga), Tatsuhiko Urahata (screenplay), Satsuki Yamashita (translation), Jason Grissom (adaptation), Jared Hedges (adaptation), Jared H
In the land of Foreland a coup d'état has occurred and the princess, after witnessing the death of the King, is on the run. She meets with battle-hungry bounty hunter Falis, and with a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: "The history of street photography is being rewritten."John Maloof's life changed when he bought a box full of old negatives in a local auction house. He was simply trying to find old pictures of his neighborhood for a history book, but what he got in return was more than he bargained for. He discovered these amazing street photographs taken by a woman named Vivian Maier and started posting them on his blog. Eventually the photos began getting some recognition and Maloof decided to start digging into this person's past and figuring out who she was and why she never developed all those negatives. Using the archive footage from the negatives he began piecing together certain elements of Vivian's past. Through interviews of people who knew Vivian years ago, Maloof tries to understand what motivated this mysterious woman to take these brilliant photographs. His first mission was to get her beautiful pictures artistically recognized, and once he does he begins to try to solve the enigmatic mystery of her past. The documentary works extremely well as this mysterious character study that begins to take form through Vivian's photographs and interviews with the few people that actually had interacted with her when she worked as a nanny for a number of families in New York. Finding Vivian Maier stands out from other documentaries in that it is narrated extremely well with the mystery element surrounding Vivian's life. The fact that this woman was fortunately discovered by Maloof and brought to the public's attention is quite fascinating. I'm no photography expert, but the pictures look amazing and there is no question Maier was a talented artist. Big props to John Maloof for making such an amazing discovery and doing such great investigative work.
(ca) wrote: I liked Fairuza Balk as not a witch or Nazi. She did a good job. This movie had some creepy parts, but all in all, was not very scary, a little slow paced, and a little predictable. It looked good (style/editing/mood), but wasn't that greatest.
(it) wrote: Powerful statement on African conflict. It's also often a frustrating story to watch, but well-written.
(ru) wrote: Easily the most bizarre movie I have ever seen in my life. It's definitely a satire with moments of intelligence, but there are a lot more moments of stupidity.
(us) wrote: Kankeasta alusta huolimatta mielenkiintoiseksi kehkeytyv chillailu ja pintaraapaisu turkkilaisesta musiikkikulttuurista. Ehkp hommaan olisi kaivannut enemmn esittely ja pohjustusta esim. kytetyist soittimista ja esiintyneist artisteista.
(ag) wrote: Nice. Love the song.
(au) wrote: Uno esperara ms despues de ver Pretty Woman
(ca) wrote: the most romantic movie i've ever seen in my life ....
(ru) wrote: This is the greatest 80s movie ever. A cult classic. Turtleisms are in any and all beach towns lingo today.
(ca) wrote: This movie is f**ked up but quite mesmerizing.
(it) wrote: Hey, it's Bud Spencer and Terence Hill.
(ca) wrote: So good a meditation on confinement beautifully shot has aged very well
(au) wrote: Somebody Up There Likes Me is an exhilarating and thoroughly entertaining biopic of the legendary middleweight boxer Rock Graziano played by Paul Newman in his first starring role that jump started his whole career and directed by the great Robert Wise [The Day the Earth Stood Still; West Side Story; The Sound Of Music]. One of the best sports biopics made that isn't quite great but is a movie that I fully recommend watching. Interesting thing to note is that James Dean was originally going to play the role but with his untimely death Paul Newman then took over to play the man. 8/10
(kr) wrote: Great, totally perverse precode film where Stanwyck sleeps her way to the top (and because of reading Nietzsche no less!).
(mx) wrote: Probably the most angsty film ever made, Breathless does a whole lot of nothing while managing to deliver a poignant and affecting finale and groundbreaking usage of film techniques.
(mx) wrote: Kind of scatterbrained and led by two characters I had a hard time caring about, but the unraveling mystery is cool and Carpenter keeps things creepy, slimey, and insane.
(au) wrote: Still the best and most realistic racing footage ever in a movie = 5.0 stars.The story does a reasonable job of addressing the tenuous existence of world championship-level drivers in Formula 1, e.g. the lack of job security and the fatalistic nature of the sport (particularly during the period the film was made). It falters somewhat with the romantic entanglements and stereotypical characters layered on top of the racing, so it gets downgraded 1 star.Absolutely a must see for fans of Formula 1 or just racing in general.