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Rita is named after a famous American movie star whom her late, former actress grandmother once adored. She lives in one of Manila’s oldest districts with her busy mother and entrepreneurial aunt. Years later, she is still the same girl enamoured with television, now also tending to her aunt’s stall selling pirated DVD movies. Elsewhere, there survives footages of a movie done before the war.

Rita is named after a famous American movie star whom her late, former actress grandmother once adored. She lives in one of Manila’s oldest districts with her busy mother and entrepreneurial aunt. Years later, she is still the same girl enamoured with television, now also tending to her aunt’s stall selling pirated DVD movies. Elsewhere, there survives footages of a movie done before the war. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Hannah D (ag) wrote: One of the funniest films I have watched in a long time!

Ian R (mx) wrote: Pretty solid and funny for the most part. Kind of like a 'banger version of Goin' Down the Road.

Steve B (it) wrote: Dark and somewhat unique. This is a fascinating look at Taiyo Matsumoto's work about the lives of two boys urchins surrounded by yakuzas and malevolent spirits.

Guilherme C (gb) wrote: Isto foi a coisa mais x que eu assisti em muito tempo

Emmanuel S (us) wrote: This Jet Li movie is not 'The One', when there are so many better choices you could make.

Jeev S (ag) wrote: Being a connoisseur of Asian horror movies, this one rank in the middle of the bunch. The ending was a little surprising with a good twist. The middle was a little confusing. Overall not bad.

Christopher B (kr) wrote: Sentimental flick reminiscent of Blackboard Jungle.

James M (au) wrote: Cheesy low-budget horror nonsense.

Konrad R (br) wrote: Apart from being ridiculously silly this movie is exceptionally pretty visually and has very nice soundtrack. Very tasty.

Angelina C (ru) wrote: In an interview in 1992, Ichikawa lamented the way the Olympics had become commercialized since 1964. He preferred the "old-fashioned" style, and his documentary was done in a humorous and humanistic way in the 1964 Olympics. He said he wanted to capture the "internal side" of the athletes. The parts I enjoy the most are the marathon scenes, the lone athlete from Chad and the volleyball match between Japan and the USSR. I wonder what he would have done with the Beijing Olympics. I think he would shake his head.

Cassandra M (fr) wrote: Busby Berkeley directs this drama that features an element of crime mixed with drama and some humor. A feel good flick that holds interest. John Garfield plays a young champion prizefighter that is led to believe he murdered a reporter in a drunken brawl; so he high steps it out of town. He heads west and stops in Arizona taking refuge on a ranch run by Ann Sheridan and staffed by the Dead End Kids featuring Leo Gorcey and Billy Halop. The gang convinces the boxer on the run to enter a prizefight to win stakes for a future gasoline station. But spoiling a good thing is detective Claude Rains, who recognizes the champ and is set to take him back. A nice escape back to days gone by.

Joel D (au) wrote: looks awesome and sexy

Brad S (br) wrote: Writer/Director Drake Doremus' follow-up to the very likeable Like Crazy (2011) takes his voyeuristic, documentary and cinma vrit fused storytelling techniques to the next level in Breathe In. Guy Pearce plays a frustrated middle-age cellist (Keith) who starts to unravel his boring existence as a high school music teacher, as a husband, and as a father, when a talented and sexy young woman (Sophie), played fantastically by Felicity Jones, comes to their family home for an extended visit. Sophie is extremely talented at playing the piano and blows Keith and her classmates away upon first joining Keith's music class. It's at that moment, that Keith starts to really feel an attraction to Sophie, and start to have an emotional affair with her. I was completely captivated by this story, watching the slow emotional build-up within all the main characters in this story. The performances from everyone in the cast are top notch and have a very natural feel. The cinematography is incredible, not only for it's very low natural light moody feel, but also for the incredible voyeuristic, fly-on-the-wall POV it takes continually throughout the film. I continually felt like I was right there with the characters in the scenes, more than usual. Also of note filmmaking wise is the editing, which really worked to give the film its own unique voice. So much to love in this small character-driven indie film. I hope it finds its audience over time, since it doesn't seem to be finding them in its theatrical release. This film is definitely the best film I've seen so far in 2014 and will most certainly be in contention for my Top 10 movies of 2014.

Nicholas I (ca) wrote: With a misleading title, this film is a great example why these 4 heroes can't be brought to the big screen. From shoddy direction by tim story to uneven writing and hammy performances, this film is far from fantastic.

David M (de) wrote: Ridley Scott's Crusades based epic, thi sstars a rather-bland Orlando Bloom in the lead role as a blacksmith who finds himself thrust into the midst of war when he follows his newly-discovered Knightly father to the Holy Land.And, for some reason, along the way seeminglly discovers how to lead men, irrigation techniques, skill with sword, foreign languages and how to withstand sieges.There's no denying that it *looks* the part and is based around real historical facts; just seems to take a meandering route to get anywhere, which means the sting is taken out of it by the time it gets to the point!

Camille L (de) wrote: Avec un tel casting (Roger Guenveur Smith & Luke Goss en bad guys, Michael Kenneth Williams en sidekick), Mercenary for Justice tait le film le plus allchant avec Steven Seagal depuis bien 5 ans. Et pourtant, malgr un dpart explosif et plutt convaincant, le film se perd dans un mlange de personnages et d'intrigues toutes plus idiotes les unes que les autres et on finit par sortir totalement du film. C'est dommage, car les dialogues sont un peu moins mauvais que d'habitude, la ralisation de Don E. FauntLeRoy plutt habile et la musique bien plus soigne que le dgueulis de trip-hop dont on a le droit d'habitude. Il en reste que Mercenary for Justice ne tient pas les 90 minutes, malheureusement. On est plus dans "Today you Die" que dans "Into the Sun"...

janelle p (nl) wrote: it is the best movie

Farah R (nl) wrote: With such a good story it's a crime this thriller turned out as horrible as it did. The acting was terrible and the pace was achingly slow.

Skot N (gb) wrote: Vincent Price in a comedy. 'nuff said!