Pokémon: Jirachi - Wish Maker

Pokémon: Jirachi - Wish Maker

A magician attempts to use the power of the Millennium Comet to awaken the legendary Pokémon Groudon.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:81 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:English,Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:outer space,   dragon,   power,  

A magician attempts to use the power of the Millennium Comet to awaken the legendary Pokémon Groudon. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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cylvia c (gb) wrote: it's so awsome I can't beleve it's so awsome

Daniel K (br) wrote: 1.5: The ending is actually surprisingly powerful and effective, but I'm not sure that we needed to fellatio scene to get there. It is rather strange to see a real movie star, Chloe Sevigny, giving fellatio on screen though. She isn't in the film for long, but she gives a good performance as always. Comparing this film to Warhol's work doesn't really seem appropriate to me. Sure, it's often boring, is shot on grainy 16mm, could be described as an art film, and relies almost entirely on mood to create its effect. However, Warhol's work is groundbreaking, visionary, and controversial. This is controversial, but only due to the fellatio scene. If not for those couple minutes it would have been forgotten long ago. Yes, it's an art film, but not a particularly good one. maybe I just wasn't in the mood, but it didn't work for me. A few of the scenes, such as the one in the Utah salt flats are fairly beautiful, but overall it falls flat. The incomprehensible behavior of the protagonist makes sense only at the ending and by then it's too late.

Monica L (nl) wrote: No one will be rooting for Alba.

Amber A (mx) wrote: I remember seeing this a long while back and remember it being good but I'd like to watch it again.

Cody M (it) wrote: I was pretty much saying "Okay, I get it" the whole movie.

Kevin Y (es) wrote: Apparently the first mainstream movie to deal with the AIDS crisis, so it's not surprising that it seems a bit heavy-handed in places, but it's a good piece of ensemble acting that I found surprisingly affecting.

Luis M (de) wrote: "Say hello to my new friend"

Graham B (nl) wrote: Catherine Deneuve stars as Severine, a bored bourgeois housewife who has a rather frigid sex life with her husband. She assumes a double life and goes and works for a high class brothel where she feels safe to explore and satisfy her prolific sexual fantasies.For such a sexual storyline, the film is rather chaste and this is its advantage. Sex is never shown on camera and the fetishes of her clients are hinted at and left to the imagination. A great scene has her presented with a buzzing box by an Asian client. The only thing shown is the look on their faces which give little away and the audiences imaginations are left to run wild.Severine's dual life is upset when she falls for a gangster client who infracts into her respectable life with dire consequences.It is certainly a film of its time. Highly stylised in the look and also the attitude of the mid-sixties. It could be mistaken as a take on a male fantasy, but the film never completely subjugates the women and it is Severine who is experimenting with her own sexuality and no character's psychology is stamped out as this or that.It's a beautifully complex film, bizarre at times, but never simple.

Jennifer H (us) wrote: I'm not much of a fan of Cyd Charisse but I heart Fred Astaire and everywhere I here this movie people say they love it so I'll give it a try.

Jack W (nl) wrote: This film is all about Bette Davis. She is amazing and her performance just carries the film. You find yourself just watching her the entire time. After winning Best Actress in 35 and 38 the only thing that stopped her had to be Vivian Leigh and GWTW. What a 5 year stretch. Speaking of which this film gets lost due to the fact it was released in 1939. Watch the extra commentary just on that year and you learn so much. The seminal year for film in classical Hollywood. The score to the film is so good and so understated as anything by Max Steiner was. His touch helped lend the film a sadness that just accentuated what you watch with Davis. Finally it was cool seeing both a young Ronald Reagan and a pre-stardom Bogie. A real crying film, make sure you have some tissues before watching.