Otaku Unite! is a feature-length documentary on the history of Japanese animation fandom in the United States: from the importation of anime in the early 60s to the current boom in both the visibility and accessibility of its accompanying fandom.
- Stars:Steven R. Bennett, Stephanie Brown, Jonathan David Cook, Robert Dejesus, Peter Fernandez, Scott Frazier, Jay Fubler Harvey, Carl Gustav Horn, Trish Ledoux, Carl Macek, Helen McCarthy, Dave Merrill, Corinne Orr, Frederick Patten, Gilles Poitras,
- Director:Eric Bresler,
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(ru) wrote: A special group of priests that live a life of continuous sin so they can can perform exorcisms on the foulest of demons, invite possession then commit suicide so they are definitely going to the pits of Hell and damnation. This is definitely an original film that with a better script and budget could have been a great horror/comedy but as it stands, it is a film that has some moments but the majority falls flat, it feels like it struggles to get the mix of horror and comedy right. Could have been a cracking film.....
(it) wrote: Tem tudo para ser pessimamente bom. ( atuaes ruins, CGI sofrvel, roteiro ridculo), mas fica apenas no quase.
(au) wrote: Very dark with its drama, but also hard to take your eyes off it as it's a compelling case study of a clearly disturbed man leading an ordinary life.
(ru) wrote: I enjoyed this movie although I found it slow. Not the best but good for a one time.
(ag) wrote: This movie has some of the worst special effects combined with the worst acting I've ever seen. I can live with that if there's at least some kind of a "so bad it's hilarious" factor, but there really isn't any of that here. It's just... bad. Skip it.
(fr) wrote: An interesting look into a dedicated teacher at a French elementary school.
(nl) wrote: An Upper East Side high school girl falls in with the wrong crowd.Tart is an uninspired mess. First, in terms of character construction, there is a lot of mention of these characters' age, but they act like grown-ups, complete with the suit jackets and sipping on whiskey -- they're not just grown-ups; they're cliched grown-ups. And are they rich? They act like it, mentioning their parents as magnates of big businesses, but Cat's argument about the money for the dance and their surroundings are decidedly lower class at times, a mixture that produces confusion, not complexity. Second, the dialogue is stilted and delivered like amateur actors are auditioning for community theater. Finally, the plot is thoroughly predictable until it turns into a Lifetime movie at the very end; the final resolution has almost nothing to do with the rest of the film's conflict.Overall, this film is without a redeeming element; even Bijou Phillips's beauty can't serve as a refuge from the shit that surrounds her.
(mx) wrote: very moving made me cry!!(my eyes out!!)i need to buy it cos i haven't seen it in a while..please WATCH it it's a wonderful love story
(it) wrote: Aside from the beautiful cinematography, there was nothing much going. The whole premise of the film is flawed and the chemistry between Sophie Marceau and Stephen Dillane did not bring it to life
(us) wrote: the WORST piece of unfunny shit i have watched recently.
(es) wrote: Fast becoming one of my favorite films and another the more you see it the better it gets. This requires more than one viewing and it gets more appreciative every time. I love a nightlife in the 80s set in LA curiosity and if this is my impression, great ride, great fun and involving all the way thanks to its leads and surprise appearances along the way
(de) wrote: Beautiful, amazing movie.
(kr) wrote: A lovely film that manages to reveal the inner lives and relationships of characters without getting too psychological. I can't deny the skillful filmmaking, but it didn't reach me on a personal level.
(kr) wrote: How could two amazingly funny people be so unfunny when put together onscreen? I don't know the answer, but that is exactly what happened here. It had it moments, but it just fell flat. I honestly wasn't even paying attention most of the time because it just wasn't that good. Not really worth seeing.
(ag) wrote: A rough patch from the otherwise stellar filmography of Quentin Tarantino, Death Proof is far less sophisticated, entertaining, and polished than his other work and proves to be a major disappointment.