The Golden Seal

The Golden Seal

A lonely 10-year-old boy living with his parents in a remote coastal part of Alaksa, spontaneously finds a legendary golden seal and her newborn pup. But the greed for her valuable pelt sets off the hunters, including his own father, the local natives, and an ambitious poacher in pursuit the seal. The golden seal and her cub are hunted for a huge bounty on her head and the mythological legend

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Ryan L (ru) wrote: A much necessary paradigm shift that is necessary in our culture. As a Med School student who saw how I envisioned me helping and healing people, I soon realized the profession is not what I had always dreamed. Too much money ruining and running the industry. It is not health care, it deals nothing with optimal health. it is with sickness. They are great at managing sickness, but M.D. and D.O. are not trained in optimizing health. We need to open our eyes and truly see where our weaknesses lie, and stop defending ourselves. Read Hippocrates Shadow, and start realizing how much fraud is in our system, especially research behind drugs which drives our usage as Doctors. Drugs should be a last resort.This movies opens eyes for the educated and real. Only the ignorant will turn a blind eye and attempt to not realize the truth behind it.

Maiar J (es) wrote: Beautiful cinematography and a strong performance by Behrooz Voosooghi cannot overcome the abrupt changes of tone, unsuccessful mixing of several genres, and confused storytelling and directing.

Gaspar O (es) wrote: This is a poor man's, made for TV Indiana Jones. That being said, I love this type of film and it was perfectly watchable. Good enough for an hour and a half of my time. Plus, bees!

Jay L (ca) wrote: This Van Damme adventure is one of his newest films and like any Van Damme movie, it has it's ups and downs. However, Assassination Games has a nice pace to it with some solid action scenes, but a lot of that has to do with JCVD co-star Scott Adkins. If you love action movies, then you would like Adkins. The man is a legit butt kicker who holds his own on screen with Van Damme. This actioner gets 3 out of 5 stars on the Damme meter due to the fact that it has a pretty good story with plenty of blood and bullets. JCVD may not be as involved in the fighting this time around, but that is not a bad thing because Adkins takes up the slack nicely.

Charles H (mx) wrote: I found this to be a well-crafted thriller for the first 50 minutes of its running time, building toward an exciting finish along the lines of "The Usual Suspects." Much credit is due to the excellent cast. But just past the half-way mark it begins to lose its momentum and never recovers. It is at that point that the mens' true identities become known and the rest of the movie then unfolds in a predictable manner. I was even able to anticipate the tacked-on twist at the very end of the movie, which just felt formulaic and unnecessary. I have no doubt that this would have been a better movie had the identities of the characters been concealed for longer. Mostly what made the first half of the movie work was watching them eye one another with guarded suspicion, unsure of what side each of them is on. Once the mystery of who each man is becomes known to the audience, any suspenseful feelings quickly begin to taper off, as the characters naturally return to their individual agendas before the gas was released. This is far from being a bad movie, but I cannot help but consider ways that it could have been greatly improved.

Daniel P (jp) wrote: Endearing & quirky, dark & moving, Junebug is an idiosyncratic exploration of a family's relationships and features strong writing and a brilliant ensemble cast - with Amy Adams especially good.

Jeff C (ru) wrote: Terrible, often cringe-worthy film of Vonnegut's book that completely misses the point. Rudolph mistakes over-the-top goofiness for satire and replaces the book's brilliant, hard-hitting criticism of American culture with a too-literal story adaptation, bad mugging, and a quasi-happy ending. Finney is well cast as Kilgore Trout, though.

Lee M (de) wrote: Between a 6/10 and 7/10, Nick Cassavetes' first feature celebrates the acting grandeur of his mom Gena Rowlands, casting her in the lead role as a older woman who would rather stick to her independent lifestyle than be dependent on her kids -- one just wishes that the script were better.

Joe B (us) wrote: Fantasic cult brilliance. Took me a while to find a copy of this great Japanese movie. It's essentially a softcore porn movie - think the original Friday 13th movie, only instead of a few topless shots, you get plenty of genuine shagging (albeit with annoying optical 'fog' over anything too 'dirty') and plenty of backstory. It starts off comparatively modestly, however before the credits roll you'll have witnessed a shocking descent into putrid, humiliating, beautiful cinematic freedom. Sleazy, grimy and sick, and yet a fine example of artistic empowerment. Oversized penis penetration shown in silhouette, entrails yanked from out the unfortunate victims vagina, and forced urination are just a few examples. However heavy-handed it's symbolism is, the point is one of embarassement. Metaphorically, the Japanese feel that the world has fucked them over... this film very simply shows it. Literally. Who does the dark intruder symbolise? Gaira (the director whose attempts at being funny repeatedly fall embarassingly short) has said that he made the film at a time when he was angry with the world, primarily for the commercialisation of Japan by foreign powers. Could it be that the sex and death obsessed 'monster' symbolises the destructiveness of the USA? Taking their women? Providing them with sexual pleasure (symbolising material objects), only for it to lead to their own downfall? As the oringinal Godzilla movie was a metaphor for the destructiveness of the nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, is this a similar treatise on the crass and unstoppable commercialisation of Japan? Regardless of whether you wish to analyse it.... its still a shockingly perverse and endlessly interesting experiment in over-the-top fiendishness.

Jeremy C (kr) wrote: Two of the finest and most charismatic actors of their era - especially in any movie with a western flavour. That makes it a minor Classic before I even sit down.

Brad Y (us) wrote: Bruce Almighty teaches a familiar and dull lesson, but the joy of seeing Jim Carrey goofing around with God's powers may be reason enough to watch.

Alec B (kr) wrote: Truly a great science fiction epic. The Noir/German Expressionist inspired visual designs are just terrific.

Anthony I (ru) wrote: Fails at every level at being uplifting and inspirational. If anything, it patronizes the disabled. Sean Penn is an embarrassment here. He is not any bit convincing as a disabled man. This is a great story, squandered by Hollywood phoniness.

Al S (nl) wrote: A tremendously enjoyable and twist filled comedy caper with a great cast that you cant help but love. A hilarious, stylish and wickedly entertaining movie from start to finish. It's fresh, fun, loaded with ideas and pays great homage to classics like The Sting and Oceans Eleven. The entire cast is fantastic and give funny and sharp performances. Kurt Russell, Jay Baruchel, Matt Dillon and Terence Stamp are excellent. Kenneth Welsh, Chris Diamantopoulos and Jason Jones are hilarious.

Leena L (fr) wrote: Intense. Frighteningly intense. With memorable lines, starting with "plowing the pertinent wives" and ending at " historical inevitability" and "hump the hostess". Not sure there is another female screen legend with such an ability to yell with abandon! What a better way to remember Mike Nichols's great career than which his first, and thoroughly classic and well respected drama!

Timothy N (es) wrote: A little uneven which can be a little frustrating, but easily overshadowed by the gorgeous cinematography and musical score. Also, the acting is superb. Though romance isn't my cup of tea, I can see where this could rank up as one of the best.