Italian Gothic horror that tells the tale of a man who stops at a remote castle hoping to get medical help for an injured woman, only to find the inhabitants mirror the darker sides of the woman and himself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Nuda per Satana
Italian Gothic horror that tells the tale of a man who stops at a remote castle hoping to get medical help for an injured woman, only to find the inhabitants mirror the darker sides of the woman and himself.
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Edwin R (kr) wrote: another movie in 2016 that didn't quite live up to the hype everyone was hoping for. but you gotta give it up for the unique and different approach sony took with this project. i thought the animation looked vibrant and the voice over work from most of the cast was spot on. I guess the negatives were really everything else, the script, the motives, the marketing for sure, certainly some creative choices that overall didn't land. but great effort
Samdaviid A (ru) wrote: enjoyed every bit of it
Susa V (jp) wrote: Like a bad tv-show, props in wrong places, sharks looked kinda too weird (and great whites don't attack in that shallow water)..And it eventually kinda lost it grip to the original plot.
Ippei K (mx) wrote: Completely and utterly useless. Even the threesome in the middle doesn't make up for it. The twists keep coming, but because you know they are coming, they become less and less interesting. Random sequels suck. Period.
Nathaniel R (ag) wrote: not as good as the first but still an ok movie
Piragio T (mx) wrote: Piragio Thompson: Kundun has a straightforward chronology with events spanning from 1937 to 1959; the setting is Tibet, except for brief sequences in China and India. It starts with the search for the 14th mind stream emanation of the Dalai Lama. After a vision by the regent of Tibet several lamas disguised as servants discover a promising candidate a child born to a farming family in the province of Amdo, near the Chinese border. Lamas administer a test to the child in which he must select from various objects the ones that belonged to the previous Dalai Lama. The child passes the test, and he and his family are brought to Potala Palace in Lhasa, where he will be installed as Dalai Lama when he comes of age. During the journey, the child becomes homesick and scared, but is comforted by Reting the regent of Tibet, who tells him the story of the first Dalai Lama whom the lamas called "Kundun". As the film progresses, the boy matures in both age and learning. After a while Reting is imprisoned and dies, the Dalai Lama begins taking a more active role in governance and religious leadership. The Dalai Lama learns of more violence against his people, who have now begun guerrilla action against the Chinese. After the Chinese make clear their intention to kill him, the Dalai Lama is convinced by his family and his Lord Chamberlain to flee to India. After talking the oracle about the proper escape route, the Dalai Lama and his staff put on disguises and slip out of Lhasa under cover of darkness. During the journey, the Dalai Lama becomes very ill and experiences several visions of the past and future. The group eventually makes it to a small mountain pass on the Indian border. As the Dalai Lama walks to the guard post, an Indian guard approaches him, salutes, and inquires: "May I ask, are you the Lord Buddha?" The Dalai Lama replies with the film's final line: "I think that I am a reflection, like the moon on water. When you see me, and I try to be a good man, you see yourself." This movie relates to what we study in world religions, because it shows how people all have different beliefs systems about life. It also correlates with how people were persecuted for what they believe in as well. This movie also shows the major aspects and concepts of Buddhism as well and keeps it at its focal point.
Dylan D (us) wrote: Where similar films like The Karate Kid succeed, No Holds Barred fails. Though many of the core themes are classic 80s -- the goodhearted hero pushed too far against the bad guys who can't see anything past the hate that defines their lives -- No Holds Barred feels like an emotionless knockoff, a movie that means well at its core but that can't execute to save its life. Serious themes are countered by a cartoonish faade and hopelessly one-dimensional characters. It's a perfect example of the 80s movie done rather poorly, its only redeeming value its star power and, now some quarter-century later, nostalgia.
Adam R (ca) wrote: (First and only viewing - Summer 2008)
Brandon S (it) wrote: It seems as though I'm one of the few who loved this movie. It was refreshing to see Fuqua take on something slightly less escapist. Brilliant performances all across the board and direction that is vibrant and alive.
Jacob Z (ru) wrote: You will need to be down right suicidal to sit through Urge. A cruel messed up thriller with detestable characters and a lack of proper direction.