Princess Mononoke

Princess Mononoke

Ashitaka, a prince of the disappearing Ainu tribe, is cursed by a demonized boar god and must journey to the west to find a cure. Along the way, he encounters San, a young human woman fighting to protect the forest, and Lady Eboshi, who is trying to destroy it. Ashitaka must find a way to bring balance to this conflict.

On a journey to find the cure for a Tatarigami's curse, Ashitaka finds himself in the middle of a war between the forest gods and Tatara, a mining colony. In this quest he also meets San, the Mononoke Hime. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Mark R (fr) wrote: would give a better rate, but was honestly expecting way more from an Allstar cast. Not a bad movie, just had a good amount of boring scenes.

Christopher G (jp) wrote: Captivating, and heartfelt drama. Love it...

Marianne M (it) wrote: je joue maleuuuuuuuuuh

Carlos M (gb) wrote: Hou's moody tribute to Ozu is more revealing and significant from what is left unsaid as it shows a woman in transit (she spends a good part of the film on moving trains) and who never discusses her pregnancy with her traditional parents. Still, it left me a bit too cold to care.

Amy S (it) wrote: I've heard mixed things, but I love Gael Garcia Bernal.

Sean D (ag) wrote: Awesome concert moments, interview clips, and shit they filmed themselves. I can watch this all day.

Byron B (es) wrote: Cheesy 80's sex comedy with horrendous perfs. Lots of bikini bods and partial nudity. Lots of crude slapstick. The segment with Andrew Dice Clay is the least cringe worthy.

Mark D (ca) wrote: Martial Arts Vampire Horror done the Hammer way. I enjoyed it. Peter Cushing as always is the pimp ("Charming to the last")

Ed Q (mx) wrote: The wondrously atmospheric "Images" possesses its own internal logic and therefore isn't an exploration of any real psychological disorder. Altman takes his usual stylistic approach and greatly relies on Vilmos Zsigmond's stellar photography to craft an organic, purely cinematic experience.

Tina S (gb) wrote: Cowboys should not do ballet.

Nikolai E (es) wrote: Watching this and "The Fountainhead" together would be the most cognitive dissonance-inducing double-bill in history. Here like never before is a story concept just begging for Capra to pump it full of hyperbolic sentimental melodrama, and pump it he does. The plot mechanics are often fairly clever, but the endless impassioned speechmaking and the absurdly high stakes involved are so ludicrous it's almost impossible to take the whole seriously. That's not to say the film's thesis isn't fascinating, point-by-point, the plot may as well be the story of the Tea Party, a movement that was only grassroots for a week or two before becoming completely exploited by political and corporate interests. The acting is quite good, the scale of the action is impressive, and the structure is classic Capra, but it's all just too much, and yet having said that the ending is utterly anticlimactic. I'm realizing that in order to stumble upon the perfect alchemy that resulted in the unassailable "It's A Wonderful Life," Capra had to do more than one grand, failed experiment.

Kevin M W (de) wrote: With many similarities to GWTW, this melodrama depicts New Orleanian genteel society directly before the War Between The States. Davis is a spoiled, manipulative ingenue with her intentions set on rising banker Fonda, only he refuses her golden puppet strings much to her consternation. An entertaining piece until its rushed and contrived ending.

Josu R (nl) wrote: It's pretty much what I expected to see in a sequel to "Leon: The Professional"

Shae S (es) wrote: (3.5/5) Some really cool lighting and camera effects.