Raging Sun, Raging Sky

Raging Sun, Raging Sky

A story of love, sex and destiny, by director Julian Hernandez. Youthful Kieri and Ryo share a deep and passionate love for each other. Kieri sets off in search of his soul mate after Ryo is kidnapped. A female spirit is with Kieri as he searches for Ryo. Ryo escapes and the pair will have to work hard to prove their love for each other as obstacles are placed in their path along the way.

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Raging Sun, Raging Sky torrent reviews

Gaurav S (fr) wrote: 2013's first gem has arrived. For the first time I was impressed with Anoushka Sharma. Imraan Khan was good too. Standing out for obvious reasons, is Pankaj Kapur's performance. He should do more films, he is much better than the likes of Amitabh Bacchan etc.The film loses some of its essence in the second half, but overall it's a lovely satire and IMO the most fun Vishal Bharadwaj had on screen!

Emma M (es) wrote: The first one was scary , so I'll watch this out of interest.

FilmGrinder S (kr) wrote: 79% The title don' lie. This movie owes its style to Robert Rodriguez. It's a combination of Rob's adult works, only less fun. I really could have done without the nun rape scenes. Killed it for me.

Magill F (jp) wrote: Even though I saw this movie two days ago, I still can't decide what I think of it. "Machotaildrop" is exactly what you would get if you told Wes Anderson to remake "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", except instead of chocolate and candies, the factory makes skateboards, and you only gave Anderson $100,000 to make it with. That's not an exaggeration or an embellishment in any way, either - this movie really is the Wes Anderson equivalent of a skateboarding Willy Wonka film. And y'know, it could just be brilliance. There are moments of total genius, such as the gang of skateboarding nomads known as the MANWOLFS who live in an abandoned amusement park, or the mysterious anesthetic music labelled only as "Frequency #62". But because the quirky characters, pastel colours, music selection, and block text are all so very close in style to Wes Anderson's, this film could also be accused of being entirely derivative and quirky just for the sake of being quirky. It's really tough call, and I don't think I'll be able to truly decide until I hear more about the production of the film. This could very easily be a case of someone asking a young, ingenious, visionary filmmaker - the next Terry Gilliam - to make a skateboarding movie, and said filmmaker creating this low-budget insanity with a bit of skateboarding thrown in to please the backers. And if that's the case, then this gets four stars - all the way. Whatever the case may be, however, James Faulkner's turn as the Baron is terrific.

Jonathan H (au) wrote: a fun funeral home flick reminiscent of 'undertaking betty'

Lindsay K (ru) wrote: Gus Van Sant does it again. This one reminded me of Elephant with it's quiet moments, unconventional music placements, and a different kind of acting. This movie went by really fast for me. Which I guess means I was entertained. Beautiful skating shots, which looked grainy/super 8 film style. I love how the actors stutter/mumble/say umms just like real people. So again, if you liked movies like Elephant or Last Days, make sure to check this one out. Very different kind of high school movie. Maybe because it's rare to get such a realistic teen movie.

Jared B (it) wrote: Coraline is another great, dark, and disturbing film. The directing style is what one would usually see from Henry Selick. It is definitely similar to his other works like "James and the Giant Peach" and "The Nightmare Before Christmas." Overall it is weird and creepy but in a way mesmerizing.

Geoff J (jp) wrote: I was kinda hoping for cheesetastic VHS action, but it is instead a decent melodrama action type thing, albeit with lines like "You can kiss your own ass after I'm done kicking it."

Roni M (ag) wrote: Super cop versus scuzzard pimp in this typical Charlie Bronson storyline. This pimp specializes in the recruitment of teenage girls and when he kidnapps a little Japanese girl; whose father is a jibillionaire, Charlie is asked to go into overdrive trying to stop this crazy pimp. Bronson formula all the way, done quite well.

Daniel B (kr) wrote: A often overlooked Hammer.

Henry D (br) wrote: One of my all time favorites.

Ryan H (mx) wrote: Pretty great. The kid who played the soldier (Alexei) was perfectly cast. We trust every single thing he does. The story is about a 19 year old soldier who blows up two tanks and gets to go home for a couple of days to be with his mother. But on his way back, Alexei runs into people with problems and feels obligated to help them. One of the most aggravating parts of the movie was his inability to ignore the radio news about the war when he knows his train his going to leave quickly. First off, why would he get out? I know they are both thirsty, but if he realizes the water is that far away, I think he would get it the next trip. Also, why would he stop? It just seemed convenient for the plot. And then the earlier scene when Alexei helps the one-legged soldier is great, especially the reveal. We see him with crutches, but just assume he was shot in the leg or something. We don't really know why he wants to abandon his wife. But then when we pull out and see his leg, it was just devastating. Brilliantly done, except for the aggravating face rub they do when they meet up. I think my favorite scene is when Alexei is looking out the window of the train and thinking of the girl. The trees are in the background, but we still see her. She walks away from the train, and instead of what actually happened, we see her depressed. She asks why he didn't reciprocate with the love. It captured perfectly what happens when you leave someone behind like that.

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Emily A (de) wrote: Very surprised Coppola managed to make a remotely profound film out of Franco's garbage book. It's a pretty well done coming of age film. Some of the cinematography is very effective and because of this I am definitely going to keep an eye on Nat Wolff.

TheJimbobs123 (br) wrote: Decent enough film and a few scares in there.

Constantin P (nl) wrote: one of the top 10 movies ever made.

bill s (br) wrote: Chilling in not only the way the participants acted but that he's still giving speeches on the subject today.The actors make this an interesting watch.