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Jesse B (it) wrote: Whats that saying? Hell hath no furry like a Woman scorned? Im pretty sure they were talkin bout her. Lady Death was pretty fricken sweet. This movie rocked of hardcore brutal death,and despairage.There was skull bashing,head slicing and blood splattering, all the things you love in a movie right? Not to mention Lady Death has some killer big ***s. Anyway if you're a fan of Barbarian epics, I think you'll like this. Yeah it coulda been more brutal, there should have been a gigantic fire breathing dragon or something but, it still kicked a$$. As great as the Wonder Woman movie was, this was much better in terms of action, but im afraid that WW had this beat in terms of story and presentation. Although this had some really nice visuals, besides Lady Death's massive chest. Anyway where was I ? Oh yah , I think this movie should be granted a sequel. I'd totaly say it's on par if not better than the cult film Heavy Metal.(another death metal homage). So If dark anime is your thing, you gotta check this out. Think about this, what kind of a statement is it when Satan is your father and you visciously murder him with no regret? I think thats pretty bold. What other characters can actualy say that? I mean she overcame the mass armies of hell itself ( with a little help of course ). The movie is a tad anticlimatic. You'd think the ruler of all evil and darkness would be just a little more powerful but nawww. Turns out he can get his head chopped off and die fairly easily. I cant say for sure how well it stacks up compared to the comics, but Im betting they missed a few things. I read from the creator that he is quite disatisfied with this release, so there is much need for improvement. I'd love to see Lady Death get more attention, she is just as badass as Spawn ( well not quite thats cutting it a bit close ), and definetly more badass than He-man ever was or will be. I also like that shes not a very mainstream character. Theres no badder b*tch around as far as im concerned not even the Witchblde holds a candle to LD. Any comic buff or sci fi fan should check this out no questions asked just pick it up, put it in and enjoy. Its not the holy covenant of animation spectaculars but, you could do far worse.
David H (br) wrote: [i]Cremaster 4[/i] was so bad. My friend and I were wondering how it's possible to get four other films made when the first is so bad. And how does someone go about making the fourth film in a series of five films first? Weird. Anyway, I actually saw [i]Cremaster 5[/i] first, and that one was pretty good. I'd heard some really weird things about [i]The Cremaster Cycle[/i]. It wasn't until today I found out Cremaster has something to do with male genitalia, so I just looked it up and it means "A thin muscle which serves to draw up the testicle," which makes perfect sense after seeing two of the movies. So [i]Cremaster 5[/i] is pretty much a weird stage opera with naked nymph type creatures. And a naked guy. Hmm. One of the weirdest things I've ever seen though, these nymphs tie some ribbon to the guys weird penis like thing. And then pigeons fly around connected to the ribbon which is connected to his dong. So this weird naked guy has extra skin all over the place, so do the nymphs. It's bizarre. But other than that, it's a incredibly beautiful film. Great costumes, and a really great set. It really is just amazing stuff. There isn't much to this film though. I don't know what the point it. It didn't really seem like it had one, unless I missed it, but I don't think I did. It was kind of boring at parts, but always intriguing. [i][b]Cremaster 5[/i][/b]: B [i]Cremaster 4[/i] is a totally different story. It was the first of the whole series, and looked like crap. And was pretty gross. And the story was lame. It looked stupid. This one was about a tap dancing guy who, well, tap dances, and there whenever something is put in his pockets, vaseline type stuff comes out of these four bikers' stomach, and it looked really gross. Uh, yeah. That's pretty much it. It didn't have a point either. I am interested in seeing the other three [i]Cremaster[/i] films, though. [i][b]Cremaster 4[/b][/i]: D
Michael T (br) wrote: It's often difficult to enter into Jarman's world and vision, but this film can be quite rewarding if you allow yourself entrance.
Naomi G (nl) wrote: One of the greatest movies of the '80's, possibly of all time. No one seems to know what this movie is about. When it was first released, many critics thought it glorified violence, was about the Vietnam war, and accused the people who championed it of being violence mongers. Whether it was intentional or not, Rambo is a movie in the same vein as Death Wish. It's about the inequality in american society stemming from economic status, that the american revolution failed to overcome. Rambo's will to live, often through violent means,is a metaphor for the struggle encountered by many poor people in today's america.Golan and globus would later, as if upon request from critics and fans alike, emphasize the vietnam aspects of the film in the later sequels,yet Rambo is reluctant to repeat the heroics that he is proud to have accomplished in an unnarrated past.
Indira S (jp) wrote: it's a about a girl who couldnt really know which one is left and which one is right, LOL how cant i not love this ^^
Ken S (mx) wrote: Frank Capra directs this Romantic Comedy starring Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert, about a down on his luck reporter who escorts a socialite back to New York so she can marry some snob and defy her father, and they might just fall for each other along the way. It is one of the best examples of the rom-com genre, a true classic. The cast is right, the script is funny, the direction is perfect. The film is the first and one of very few films to sweep the five major categories at the Oscars, which is an impressive feat for any film that is mostly a comedy. A fine film from Hollywood's Golden Age, a fine film for any Capra fan, a fine film all around.
Caitlin L (ag) wrote: The best of the series.
Natalie K (br) wrote: Just couldn't get into it.
Richard D (mx) wrote: An amiable and somewhat odd film from Ken Loach. It starts as a comedy about a shiftless young goon who has to turn his life around due to having fathered a child. He discovers an interest in fine whiskey and turns out to have quite a refined palate. It then turns into a heist film, which doesn't sit too comfortably with the first half. It pretty much turns into a "redemption through stealing" story, which is decidedly odd.