Edogawa Rampo is a writer whose latest work is censored by the government, deemed too disturbing and injurious to the public to be allowed to be published. However, after burning his drafts... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Edogawa Rampo is a writer whose latest work is censored by the government, deemed too disturbing and injurious to the public to be allowed to be published. However, after burning his drafts...
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johnnie s (us) wrote: Good watch, worth the money.
Aidan K (nl) wrote: While it may be more of a special interest visual album, everyone will be able to find something they appreciate within it. Beautiful, pure, and organic; ODDSAC exceeded every one of my high expectations.
Caitlin E (it) wrote: The vampirism actually takes more of a back seat in this; it's just an added bonus that Hyde stays young and pretty through out the course of the film. It mostly focuses on the friendship aspect of the characters. Although the gun shoot-offs were giggle worthy in their unrealisticness, it's fairly easy to will one's suspension-of-disbelief, and simply enjoy the movie.
Guilherme N (br) wrote: Touching and strange
Greg W (de) wrote: another winner from one of my fave WORKING directors, Wayne Wang ('the joy luck club' and 'smoke'
Private U (kr) wrote: Lovely and underrated. A real pleasure to watch.
Sarah C (es) wrote: This movie is not actually good, but since Ian Somerhalder is so damn hot, it gets at least 2 stars.
Shashank W (au) wrote: Brilliance is the word defines this film. A Masterclass. Not only a film but an antique to be preserved forever.
Evan W (nl) wrote: Surprisingly decent sci-fi thriller- crudely made, but well plotted with a strong climax.
Caesar M (jp) wrote: "Los Olvidados" is a 1950 Mexican film that goes largely unnoticed by the general public. You don't hear anyone talking about "Los Olvidados" in the same vein as "Bicycle Thieves", "The 400 Blows", and "Cidades de Dues" (City of God) when too it comes to films depicting the hardship of poverty and a deconstruction of people living in these environment.Los Olvidados is about group of juvenile delinquents living a violent and crime-filled life in the festering slums of Mexico City, and the morals of young Pedro are gradually corrupted and destroyed by the others. Poverty is a subject matter that no ones feel comfortable seeing especially from the point of view of kids. The depiction of poverty stricken kids is not one that is easy to take in either. The kids we follow steal, murder, beat up a blind man, struggle to get by on a daily basis, have strained relationships with their parents, and friendships crumbling in an environment that forces them to take the wrong path in life. The film doesn't paint anyone in morality. Everyone here is a shade of grey with foreseeable consequences. We question the characters action, but at the same time the environment and people around them left them no other choice.The approach to its real life issues are handled realistically and with respect. One crucial scene has the head of a youth rehabilitation center questioning a mother parenting. Sparking a debate between the two if the kid should be blamed for his criminal action or his mother who regardless of providing for her family is abusive and cruel to her son. It's a thought provoking cinematic piece that feels too close to home striking a chord. Poverty is a problem that can't be erased nor it is it one we can ignore. These are the same reasons it is off putting for audiences. No one like seeing kids struggling to live or be killed, but are events that happened. Whether we choose to embrace a film that bring an unsettling subject matter to our attention is up to you.Los Olvidados (The Forgotten Ones) is a painful relevant look on poverty made all the more powerful from the point of the views of kids. It's not an easy film to view for no entertainment can out from it. It's a depressingly honest depiction of poverty and the effect it can have the human spirit.Historical Note:As told in Buuel's autobiography "Mon Dernier Soupir" -- a mandatory book for all interested in artistic creativity: "Los Olvidados" only got made because Buuel had had a financial success the previous year with his second Mexican film, "El Gran Calavera". As a preparation for "Olvidados" and wearing his worst clothes, Buuel circulated for five months in slums and poor areas around Mexico City to get the right "feel" and language for the characters. When the film was released in Mexico, it was attacked by everyone as an insult to the country and its people -- and remained just 4 days in theaters. Buuel was threatened and attacked ("an exiled Spaniard showing those filthy lies about Mexico!"). Only after the triumph in Cannes the film became internationally recognized as a masterpiece and went back to theaters in Mexico, winning the respect of critics and intellectuals, an array of awards and allowing Buuel to continue his career there.
STCENTERPRISE (de) wrote: Miracle's Great. I never lived through the 70s or 80s but it's time line & references of that period gave me a much better idea of what went on in that time period than I get from reading American History Books. A very good film for historical reference. It also lets me show the importance of the 1980s Olympic Hockey games in American History. I thought this film has a great set of actors.This movie is about Hockey, then moves on to being about making a team, Hockey to being about a hockey team trying to beat the best team in the world of that day, then goes on to be about America coming back to be able to once again be able to stand back up on its feet, continues to go on to being about a Hockey team trying to bring back confidence to the American People. One shot I liked was during the last game with the Russians when the score board the camera angle keeps rotating. Another thing I liked is during the final game when the camera keeps moving back and forth between the hockey players to give you a better understanding of the organized chaotic trouble that the Russians had to how the Americans were playing the game.Also Mark Isham's musical score is great for this film. If you have ever seen October Skys this is the same person doing the musical scores in other films. The movie has a great beat to the music as it gets further & further in the film. It starts of slow & goes faster & faster as the movie progress till the very, very end. And it's that way for most of the music in this film. I think that the music in this film helps you to have a greater significance of the things which were going on during that time period and feel more for what was go on.I think that this film changed the attitude of how you felt towards Jimmy Carters Crisis of Confidence speech because of the editing and Mark Isham(TM)s musical score. Unless you had heard the speech once before without the music I think your attitude towards the speech would be different.To me this film is a very inspirational film about Historical events building up a team, which at end restores the confidence of the American people that was lost during the 1970s from all the problems. Kurt Russell's action job in this film is terrific as well as the team actors in this film.I thought the film did a great job expressing the coach Herb Brook's method for coaching the teach.
Michael W (br) wrote: Wow! Wow! Wow! Definitely one of those totally bonkers, crazy movies that is SO BAD it's good. Van Damme an American named Johnny Quinn? Dennis Rodman's unexplained hair changes? A plot that makes NO SENSE! This is what @HDTGM movies are all about!
Simon S (gb) wrote: This film is an emotional roller coaster..... And it's a true story!!! I was a wreck after watching it