In 2199, five years after the Gamilons began an invasion of Earth, the planet has been ravaged by the aliens' bombs. The remnants of humanity have fled underground to escape the irradiated surface. One day, former pilot Susumu Kodai discovers a capsule sent from the planet Iscandar that tells of a device that can remove the radiation from the Earth's surface. The Earth Defense Force rebuilds the battleship Yamato with a new type of propulsion system to make the 148,000 light year trip to Iscandar in hopes of saving the Earth. Within one year, the radiation will drive the rest of humanity to extinction.
Shawn S (mx) wrote: I think that the description of the film, that it's about a couple of doctors who "explore the possibility" that your diet can control whether or not you get diabetes, or heart disease, for example, is misleading.I would describe it as: 2 doctors present irrefutable scientific data collected over 30 years that proves beyond reasonable doubt that your diet can simply cause or prevent you from getting heart disease, or diverts, and in many cases (if you are not already over 70 or 80 years old, for instance) your diet can even reverse or cure symptoms of those two illnesses--the two most prevalent in the United States, diseases that kill more Americans each year than auto accidents and narcotics overdoses do, combined.I'm an iconoclast by birth; I love it when someone proves that everything schools teach children is complete and utter (should have written udder) bullshit, because our government is owned by The American Cheese Society, et al, Beef, USA and whoever else gets millions of dollars of taxpayer money every year to produce more High Fructose Corn Syrup to add to every food Americans consume.I think it is sad, when I have visited countries in Europe, and Asia, and parents there point and explain to their children, see the group of gigantic fat people, dear? Those are the Americans.^^^^^^^True Story^^^^^^Rotten Tomatoes gives this a 61%. 39% of viewers are afraid of ever changing anything in their lives before they die. Although nothing besides change is guaranteed to any of us from now until our imminent deaths, there are many who say, I can stand any of life's indignities, as long as I don't ever have to change the way I think or behave or feel, all is well in my world. I'm not even going to die like everyone else! I belong to a group who believes we only, have everlasting life. Would you like to join? No? Your loss. Enjoy death. Hahahahahaha! Then they leave and go through the drive through line to bring home KFC to the family, after church, following the Food Pyramid that the beef industry wrote in their school books.
Paul D (de) wrote: This documentary has a very strange mix of the astronomical history of Chile alongside its late 20th century atrocities inflicted by the Pinochet regime on its own people, however its interwoven well as a story.
Jim F (gb) wrote: I was enjoying this at 1st. The banter between the goons started to become poetic, like i was watching a musical. It did get weird, and it did get boring
intuciic (ca) wrote: interesting and unseen story line. 6 people have one secret which after 20 years brings them all together. some secrets can take revenge and there are spirits who cant rest.
Carla P (it) wrote: the book is so much better
Chris E (br) wrote: A delightful little trifle from the mod sixties. Gregory Peck is dryly witty, Sophia Loren is fabulously gorgeous and the plot has so many twists and turns that you're dizzy by the time the movie its over. Don't think too much and just enjoy the ride!
Ralph R (fr) wrote: It does have Don "the Dragon".