Puss 'N Boots Travels Around the World
Brave cat Pero once had a bet with treacherous multimillionarie Grumon that he can travel around the world in 80 days. The stake is high, in case of success Grumon will give all of his fortune to Pero, but in case of failure Pero becomes slave of Grumon for the rest of his life. Pero departs together with his faithful friends behemoth Kato and brave Small Mouse. Grumon tries everything to prevent their arrival to the finish.
- Stars:Osami Nabe, Sachiko Chijimatsu, Sanji Hase, Takuzô Kamiyama, Osamu Katô, Eiko Masuyama, Ado Mizumori, Chikao Ohtsuka, Isamu Tanonaka, Kôsei Tomita, Keaton Yamada, Keiko Yamamoto, Jôji Yanami,
- Director:Hiroshi Shidara,
- Writer:Jacob Grimm (book), Wilhelm Grimm (book), Tomoharu Katsumata (screenplay)
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(au) wrote: While Not Your Typical Bigfoot Movie is an awful title for a thoughtful and interesting film, it's an accurate description of the film. This ISN'T a movie about bigfoot but about two odd men. Driven, interesting but odd. This film, while short, tells a moving story about relationships between grown men.
(fr) wrote: Days and Clouds is a moving and engrossing examination of the rippling effects of sudden unemployment on an elegant middle class couple. The film(TM)s intelligence, sensitivity, beauty and performances rivet us as we follow the unexpected and sometimes humorous efforts to adapt to the precarious situation. At the end, while we feel the sadness of the upheaval and the uncertainty of the future, the depth of love and growing strength of character that we have observed leave us with a sense of optimism.
(fr) wrote: I loved it a long time ago and it's still funny. The clown is the funniest guy. Not only is it funny it's good too. Long live golden retrievers. B
(de) wrote: Stylish, sometimes depressing, sometimes quirky and fun, Chungking Express is one of the best romantic movies ever made. A movie about four likable characters looking for love, this is one of my favorite movies. I love it.
(es) wrote: Great film for guys- A coming of age story based over a single night. A group of fairly middle class gentlemen go on a trip to see a boxing match, but things quickly go wrong, after they take a wrong turn and witness a murder. They are soon perused by criminals and eventually are forced to fight for their lives, which leads them to question what is important to them and how 'tough' they are compared to some local gangsters they come across. One of the characters is a young hot head who wants to take on the world, however he soon realises the best muscle he can use is his brain and not his fists. This theme runs throughout the film where all the characters have decide whether physical force or smarts is the best way to outwit the criminals who are after them, mostly concluding that they can outsmart the bad guys but will eventually have to kill or be killed. Excellent star cast; Emilio Estevez, Cuba Gooding Jr and Dennis Lerrey all excel in their perspective characters. The most interesting theme I took from the film was that- when we are young we are more eager to settle arguments with physical force, however as we get older we mellow out and learn to control ourselves in the face of provocation and that our brain is the biggest asset to escape danger.
(mx) wrote: Anne Ramsey's role as Momma makes this comedy entertaining and enjoyable.
(kr) wrote: I wanted to give this such a higher review because the creators really had something here and they neglected it badly! This should've been a great exploitation gem from the 1970s, but it was dropped and it broke. Makeup was pretty good, the music was excellent genre style, and the movie boasts Satanists vs Bikers! But werewolves were only seen in the last third of the movie for a very short amount of time.
(de) wrote: An animated tour de force!
(jp) wrote: The novel is a carefully constructed literary masterpiece written in a cold, cold style about what make us humans, i.e. romance or literary love because only we, humans, as practitioners of language, can love (a thesis also found in that wonderful film that is Bright Star). The love affair between Randolph Ash and Christopbel LaMotte in the Victorian era, in the time of Darwin who showed us that there is no God, demonstrates that people at the times believed in humans. The contemporary love affair between Maud and Roland, in our modern times, after Freud showed us that there is no human, only urges, shows us that there are still humans, in language. A post-post-modern fiction which de-constructs the idea of fiction before re-constructing it, the novel was a tour de force. Now the movie is interested only, as the tag line shows, in the double love affair. Nothing on the spirit of the two eras that are shown, nothing on what it is to be human. Still, it's worth watching: Gwynneth Paltrow is beautiful as ever and some scenes are shot in Caen! Yeah!